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8A Wednesday, Aug. 8, 2018 Indian Valley Record mas iounty res Carolyn Shipp using to transfer wood, but Staff Writer now it was a disaster relief cshipp@plumasnews.com vehicle that would soon be full of resources for the Carr Plumas County has been Fire evacuees. enveloped in smoke for the "It just started as a past few weeks after wildfires Facebook post," said Boley. on both sides of the county "At first we were just taking have struck and blazed. It can cash donations, then we be difficult, amidst the starting collecting stuff." destruction, to fiend a way to Boley runs his own help the people who have lost business as a firewood homes and beendisplaced distributor and he has taken because of the raging Carr more than a week off, during Fire, but one Quincy local the busiest time of the year, has taken it upon himself to to use his truck and trailer to fired a way. make at least three trips up On the morning of Aug. 1, to Redding to help the Carr Kevin B01ey sat at the Fire victims. entrance to Say Mor Foods in He said he just wanted to Quincy under a red canopy do something to help, so he surrounded by packs of water posted to his page that he bottles, baby diapers and would like to fill his trailer nonperishable food. A modest with water for the fire sign with a long list of needs, victims, as the Redding like toothpaste, dog food, and area's water source was water, hung below his fold-up beginning to be contaminated table. Patrons of the grocery because of the fire. store swung by his table "Just a thought," Boley handing him cash or supplies wrote on his Facebook page they purchased in the store, on July 28. "I've been told Parked along the sidewalk, access to drinking water in was Boley's truck and long Redding is slim to none. Now trailer he would normally be I could be wrong, but Kevin Boley stands next to his trailer that is gradually filling with donations for the Carr Fire evacuees on the morning of Aug. 1. Soon the trailer would be filled to the brim with donations from the community. Boley began collecting donations outside of Sav Mor Foods in Quincy on July 29, and made multiple trips to provide resources like water, toiletries, pet food and eggs to evacuation centers. Photo by Carolyn Shipp wouldn't it be something to be able to fill my trailer full with cases/flats of water and have a place to take it in the post, Boley was heading to operating his business. Boley area tohelp those in need." Redding with a trailer full of said the evacuation centers With that post, and the donations, were extremely grateful for start of a gofundme.com The donations effort the resources. The last day account, the community expanded to Evergreen storefor donations was Sunday, responded in ways Boley in Greenville with the help of but Boley's appreciation for could never have imagined. B01ey's friend, Lloyd Cash.the community's response He set up his trailer outside Over the next week, Boley, was clear. Sav Mor, and Quincy his family and friends made"The Community response residents flooded him with multiple trips to the area,has been mind boggling," he donations, The donations and as of the writing of this said, emotion brimming. He expanded beyond water and article, made four trips to the placed his hand on his heart moved to blankets, toiletries, impacted area. and said, "I never expected it nonperishable food, and Boley said he would have to be something like this. I Gatorade. Twenty-four hours to stop making trips at a just can't thank the after making the Facebook certain point and go back to community enough." ri in July at ke Alman Gregg Scott Staff Writer gscott@plumasnews.com For the last three years, the folks at Lake Cove Resort on the East Shore of Lake Almanor have been hosting an event called "Christmas in July" at their RV campground. The reso,located at 3584 State Highway 147, sponsors the event as a way to support donations of $167 for the the Plumas County Sheriffs program. "Needy Kids Program." Ann Osborne of Lake Cove Staff, seasonal guests, Resort reiterated that the short-term campers and public is always welcome to nearby residents gathered join in the celebration and together July 25 to celebrate enjoy the $1.25 hot dogs and the opportunity to help Out chili and 25 cent drinks that some of the less fortunate help the cause. youth in the:cbunty. She added, "The guest are An estimated 100 to 125 always so generous in our new, unwrapped gifts were efforts to help out the kids." collected along with cash 1 PET ANNOUNCEMENTS I Obituaries, Birthdays, Contest Winners, etc. PET ANNOUNCEMENT Hy's Knight Mare | Lady Elysees of Butterfly V~and Galustrus Knight [ of Rogue River, Ore welc~k~k~ks Knight Mare Aug. 8, I 2007, during a home ~r~t~E in Butterfly Valley. | The newborn]~e~ inches at the withers. | Maternal gr~tt~ are Dorothy and Dennis Miller I of Butterfly Vale.~ | Paternal grandparents are Sharon and Gordon | Westergard of Rogue River, Ore. | Great grandmother is Donna Miller of Quincy. Elly's joins sibling Andy, 11. l~irt 11 PET ANNOUNCEMENT OI)iluary Brutis "Big Boy" Smith Brutis Smith, age 12, went to that great mouse- hunt in the sky Aug. 2014. He the yards for lizards. He was a great guard cat, chasing dogs from the front yard. He is survived by his sister, Freda, canine friend and human servants Steve and Ellen Smith. Bring the information to one of our offices, or email typesetting@plumasnews.com The announcement will run one week in the newspaper of your choice listed below: Vp Birthdays Vt Births A postage stamp was just 3 cents Minimum wage was only 40 cents an hour w"J New Job or Promotion cents gabon Gas was 21 cents a gallon i Bread was 9 cents a loaf If Any'Other Special Occasion "8entiment~o~~t~l song "-- and PP Michael ANNIVELKSARY!!! Peters William ("Bill") and Angela Elliou:'s family wish to congratulate was b011n them on 50 loving yea s of marriat The couple met on a blind date 0n w o they a ended wuu uy ' nes a-, married on July 18, 1965 in Sacramento. The bride's brothers sent a telegram on their wedding night proclaiming,"Minister not ordained. STO~Have Angela home by midnight. STOR'.' A~r~jJ~lM~e~e h neym ~mt~ll4181 ~ They sp~ll~a~i~l~J~the~lll~:hildren, Kevin, David and Ju~~~sValley area, where Angela has family tie~Ll~n T98~7 they moved to Quincy, where Bill worked with the community as President and CEO of Plumas Bank, and Angela taught English at Quincy Jr./St. High School. Now both retired, they enjoy being more deeply involved in community and church activities. They also love traveling, spending time appreciating the outdoors, and gathering with friends and family. Both known for their integrity, their faith, and their loyalty and service to others, they have touched many lives over the years. Their children, in particular, are grateful for their legacy of love and commitment. Bill and Angela will celebrate their anniversary in Hammoth Lakes with family, including their children,~David and his wife O. I ~J Ginger;and Julie and her husband Jim. July 25, 19451 Happy 70th Birthday young ma ! ! ! 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