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IOA Wednesday, Aug. 8, 2018 Indian Valley Record COMMUNITY CORNER WEEKLY GATHERINGS, MEETINGS AND CLUBS Thursday, Aug. 9 Wolf Creek 4-H, 7 p.m Community United Plumas Court. ty Fire Safe First Baptist Church, HotMethodist Church, 386 Maix Council (PC FSC), Springs Road. Call advisor St, (Back door on 9 -11 a.m 2nd Thurs Randy Hovland, 284-1545. Brentwood Drive), Chester. Plumas Co. Planning & AA Meeting, 7 p.m First Building Services office, 555 Lutheran Church, Bush Wednesday, Aug. 15 Main St Quincy. Open to Street, Greenville. Greenville Rotary, 6 p.m the public. For more Indian Valley Community information: Center Conference Room, plumasfu'esafe.org; email: Tuesday, Aug. 14 Highway 89, Greenville. nils@deercreekresources.com. Sewing, Crafts and AA Meeting, 7 p.m book Workshop for Plumas Coffee, 10:30 a.m. - 1 p.m study, First Lutheran Artists, 2 - 4:30 p.m potluck at noon, Church, 116 Bush St Greenville Southern Baptist Taylorsville Community Greenville. Church, Greenville Wolf United Methodist Church, Men's Bible Study, 6 p.m Creek Road, 284-7069. Nelson Street, 284-7861 or Indian Valley Christian Narcotics Anonymous 284-7670. Fellowship. 133 Hot Springs Meeting, 6 p.m every Awana Clubs Kid's Club, Road, Greenville. 284-1463. Thurs Indian Valley 6 p.m Tues Greenville Bingo, 10:30 a.m Community Center, 209 Southern Baptist Church, Greenville Senior Nutrition Crescent St Greenville. 241 Wolf Creek Road. CallSite, Green Meadows Commander Scott Abrams, Housing Development off 284-7331 Hot Springs Road. Call a American Legion and day ahead for ride and Auxiliary, 7 p.m lunch reservations, 284-6089 Greenville Legion Hall, Free and Accepted Friday, Aug. 10 Coffee Social, 10:30 a.m. - 12 p.m Taylorsville Community United Methodist Church, Nelson Street, 284-7861 or 284-7670. Celebrating Recovery, 5:30 p.m free dinner; 6:30 p.m worship; 7:30 p.m group meeting; Lake Almanor Community Church, 2610 Hwy. A-13. Call 596-3683. Childcare provided. AA Meeting, 7 p.m First Lutheran Church, 116 Bush St Greenville. Earthquake Report July 26- Au By: Charles P. Watson, California Professional Geologist No. 78 ] Monday, Aug. 13 Ladies Bible Study, 10 a.m Indian Valley Christian Fellowship, 133 Hot Springs Road, Greenville, 284-1463. Grand Jury Assoc. of Plumas County, i p.m 2nd Mon Feather Publishing off'Ice, 287 Lawrence St Quincy. grandjuryassoc- plumas.org. Indian Valley CommunitY Center board meeting, 5:30 - 7 p.m 2nd Mon Community Center. Historic Taylorsville Hall, 6 p.m 2ndMo Main Street, Taylorsville. Call 284-6618. Pine St 284-7580 or 284-6829. Masons, 7:30 p.m Masonic AI-Anon Family Group Hall, Main St. Greenville, Meeting, 7:30 p.m 284-7875. = I ,kl.m. z> I 12".24p.m ~--f ""-~-3()'" ! 4 = ---= ] 7/27 ~ ~ . ~ 6:3Oa.~m. ~ t.4 7 8:33 a.m. I o,II k /26 . 7/30 I8~ p.m. ~ "~ t l' "~ | 7/27 ,x, I J" "" T~ Ch ter' " ~.~ ~k~// 1.9 -- ~ % 1.7 ' ~ 5:23 p.m. ~---, ~ -" te G'm F 9:40 a.m. ~" ~ 8/1 Magnitude ~ 7/27 3.5 /1 rr ,l.a ~L A IL ~h.4 12:22a.rn: ~,| 2.'O4p.m. ,~1 ~Z ~ ~ l, + Da~S'~me:,~,~CEP, CandUt'~RSL7/26 ~ ~ 8/1 Sunday, July 27, on the northwest shore of Lake Tahoe near Cam@an Bay. The focal point was 1.8 miles below the surface and Prevf~s Week ' the type of fault motion was strike-slip with a slight oblique slip component. The Earthquake activity increased from the earthquake was widely felt at Lake Tahoe previous week, more than doublin{] and and the Nevada City - Grass Valley area, topping the 20 quake-per-week mark for with some felt reports coming in from Reno the first time in four weeks. You could and Carson City. Hanging plants swung, almost see this increase coming as it was windows rattled, and people's nerves were unusually quiet during the last three weeks, frayed, but nothing toppled from tables or Five quakes registered M 2.0 or shelves. There were no aftershocks stronger, including one in the M 3 range. It reported at the time of this report. was the first M 3 event in six weeks and Two quakes measuring M 2.9 and M 2.5 the sixth this year. occurred about five miles southwest of The largest earthquake measured M 3.5 Lake Almanor. The largest jolt was felt. and occurred 22 minutes past midnight, Seven M ls occurred NE of Reno. LAST WEEK'S TEMPERATURES Advanced Geologic Exploration, Inc. Scientists of the En~th Date High Low July 30 93 55 July 31 94 53 Aug. 1 93 54 Aug. 2 89 50 Aug. 3 88 50 Aug. 4 85 50 Aug. 5 82 47 Aug. 6 --- 44 Total Precip. to date: 0.00" Last year t to date: 0.00" 2017-2018: 31.34" precip' 2016-2017: 67.43' precip, snow 85.5" 2015-2016: 42.99" precip, 15.5"snow 2014-2015: 26.8" precip, and 6" snow. 2013-2014: 18.12" precip; 8" snow. 2012-2013: 32.65" precip. (Weather year is July t to June 30) Compiled by Raymond Hunt LAKE LEVELS Lake Almanor *Elevation tCurrent 4,490.5 1 Year Ago 4,490.9 Lake Almanor **Capacity tCurrent 1,050,466.8 1 Year Ago 1,061,822.1 Bucks Lake *Elevation tCurrent 5,148.9 1 Year Ago 5,150.5 Bucks Lake **Capacity tCurrent 91,054.7 1 Year Ago 93,870.6 *Elevation above sea level in ft. **Storage in acre ft. t ~j. 1,2018 VJuly 30, 2017 Weather Forecast for Greenville Wednesday, Aug. 8 Sunrise 6:09-Sunset 8:11 Widespread haze. Sunny and hot, high 97. Wednesday Night: Thursday, Aug. 9 Sunrise 6:10--Sunset 8:10 Widespread haze. Sunny and hot, high 97. Friday, Aug. 10 Sunrise 6:11-Sunset 8:08 Widespread haze. Sunny and hot, high 97. Widespread haze, low near 56. Saturday, Aug. 11 Sunrise 6:12-Sunset 8:07 ~ i~!~-D~ ,~ Widespread haze. Sunny, high near 94. Saturday Night: Wide- spread haze, low 54. Thursday Night: Widespread haze, low around 57. SU nr~:n:l~'. ::~'~t28:06 Widespread haze. Sunny, high near 94. Friday Night: Widespread haze, low around 56. Sunday Night: Partly cloudy, low 59. Monday, Aug. 13 Sunrise 6:14-Sunset 8:04 Sunny skies, high near 90. Tuesday, Aug. 14 Sunrise 8:1S--Sunset 8:02 CHURCHES Church Of Jesus Christ Of Latter Day Saints, 284-7517 or 284- 1414, Hideway Rd Greenville. Community United Methodist Churches of Greenville and Taylorsville,212 Pine St Greenville, 284-7316. Services 10 am. Nelson & Warren St Taylorsville, 284-7956. Services and Sunday school, 9:30 am. First Baptist, 284-7714, 133 Hot Springs Rd Greenville. First Lutheran, 284-7683, 258-2347, 116 Bush St Greenville. Greenville Assembly of God, 284-6586, Forgay & Setzer, Greenville. Indian Mission Full Gospel, N. Valley Rd Greenville. Indian Valley Christian Fellowship, 133 Hot Springs Rd Greenville. Sunday School 9:45; worship services 11 a.m. 284-1463 (284-1GOD). Kingdom Hall Of Jehovah's Witnesses, 284-6006, 1192 N.Valley Rd Greenville. Our Savior Lutheran (ELCA) 283-2546. Church & High Sts Quincy. quincylutheran.org Southern Baptist, 284-7522, 241 Greenville Wolf Creek Rd Greenville. St. Anthony's Catholic Father Stephen M. Borlang. Jessie Street, Greenville. 283-0890. Sunday Mass, 11 a.m.; Thursday Mass, noon The Rock on the Ridge. 210 Crescent St. (Hwy 89), Greenville. 530-575-5693. therockontheridge.com Sunday services 10:30 a.m. Children on a log study the Olsen Barn Meadow with a view of Lake Almanor, breeding place for Sandhill cranes, Canada geese and many other birds. Photo submitted lumas on ival Field rip sign-ups now open Suzanne McDonald Special to Feather Publishing Plumas Audubon's third annual Grebe Festival is coming to Lake Almanor in Chester on the weekend of Aug. 24 to 26. Teresa Arrate, development director of the Plumas Audubon Society, is also the coordinator for this year's festival. Enjoy a pontoon boat ride or kayak trip to see nesting grebes, or hike a wooded path with an expert to see the area's bird life. These are just some of the kinds of outings being offered for participants to learn about nature, enjoy the outdoors and help Plumas Audubon meet its fundraising goals. The central meeting place for the Grebe Festival is inside the Almanor Recreation Center, located next door to the ARPD headquarters building at 101 Meadowbrook Loop, adjacent to the Truman-Collins Sports Complex. There is no cost to enter the ARC. Here you will find the opportunity to register for festival trips and workshops, children's activities, bird information, vendors and someone to answer your questions on the festivities. Be sure to arrive early to register if you haven't done so online. Another free event offered during the Grebe Festival will be "Scoping from Shore" to view birds galore along Chester's famous causeway. Plumas Audubon volunteers will provide binoculars and scopes to scan the landscape and point out the myriad of bird life found along the causeway. Look for the shade canopy and signs along the causeway on Highway 36. This event is scheduled each day of the Anja Blaufuss proudly displays a dragonfly at last year's Grebe Festival field trip. A dragonfly workshop and field trip is offered Sunday, Aug. 26, as part of the festival. Photo by Kirsten Blaufuss festival, from i0 a.m. until noon. Saturday night will offer a social hour and mixer for the public from 5 to 6:45 p.m with acoustic music, a silent auction and locally brewed Waganupa beer. After the silent auction results are announced, a ticket-only speakers event with four local professionals highlighting conservation efforts in the upper Feather River Region will begin at 7 p.m. Ryan Burnett will speak about the "Birds of Lake Almanor" and share his bird studies for Point Blue Conservation Science. Lorena Gorbet from the Maidu Summit Consortium will speak about the return of the Maidu ancestral land T smam Koy6m to its original stewards. Colin Dillingham will give a talk on the endemic Sierra Nevada yellow-legged frog as part of his work with the Plumas National Forest. Darla DeRuiter will share what the Friends of Plumas Wilderness is doing to conserve the wild lands of the Northern Sierra and southern Cascades. These are just some of the many activities that are being offered as part of the third annual Grebe Festival. Plumas Audubon invites one and all to join in and enjoy the area's lakes, forests, birds, mountains and beautiful scenery. For a schedule of all the field trips and events and to register, visit plumas audubon.org/grebe-festival. See Grebes, page 11A There will be free scoping sessions ,each day of the festival, from 10 a.m. to noon, to view nesting grebes and other birds along the Chester causeway. Photo by Suzanne McDonald /