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Indian Valley Record Wednesday, Sept. 6, 2017 3A Greeted at the shoreline by a number of spectators, Greenville resident John Shower kayaks his way to first place as one of three members of the North Ann Regulars in the Open Division Team at the third annual 2017 Courage Triathlon at Plumas Pines Resort on Aug. 26. Photos by Stacy Fisher Courage Triathlon fundraiser Gathering money to help abused girls Stacy Fisher encompassed a 2.8-mile run, had the fastest time in the Staff Writer followed by a 7.1-mile bike Overall Female Athlete ride, and ended with a Division, with a time of 4.1-mile voyage kayaking 01:58:50.23. In partnership with the along the west shore of Lake Quite a few spectators U.S. Forest Service, Almanor. from nearby Prattville Almanor District, the third "The day was an absolute Campground had gathered annual 2017 Courage success," said Hewitt, to watch the triathlon, as Triathlon at Plumas Pines considering this was onlywell as from the town of Resort was held Aug. 26, to the third Courage Triathlon Chester, Hewitt said. benefit Courage Worldwide, in Plumas County and the However, "We probably a nonprofit headquartered logistics of putting on the drew a majority of people to in Sacramento that helps event is always complicated, the event from Susanville," abused children who have Around 200 people where the triathlon was been rescued from sex participated in the race, he heavily advertised. tralTmking, added. In addition to individual The organization Hewitt remarked that, racers, a number of fire and endeavors to build safe "All the athletes ffmished, law enforcement agencies homes nationwide to house with many beating their participated as team abused girls through personal best times over last members in the triathlon or fundraisers, year." The Bizz Running Co. provided other assistance, Worldwide Ambassador out of Susanville including Janesville and Dawn Hershberger and professionally timed the Susan River fire Joanne Vice, event director, racers, departments, Lassen County planned the triathlon with David Brown of Probation Department, assistance from Randy Livermore achieved the Lassen County District Hewitt, who was responsible fastest time in the Overall Attorney's Office, the for coordinating the Male Athlete Divisi6n, with Plumas Sheriffs Office, volunteers, a time of 01:40:06.861 The triathlon Michelle Radtke of Alturas See Courage, page 4A Open Division Team first-place winners: the North.Arm Regulars. From left: Michael Leonard of Reno, John Shower of Greenville and Sean Vandermosten of Reno, with a finishing time of: 01:36:59.87. The "Three Quick Chicks" are the 2017 Courage Triathlon team winners in the Women's Division, consisting of, from left, Lisa Urquizu, Bernadette Cizin and Mary Cizin, all hailing from Susanville, with a final time of: 01:58:21.63. Cerllfled Public Accountant Licensed to Practice by rne IRS 21 yrs, Expedence 200 Main Street Chester Quincy Marketplace and Luncheon September 9, 2017 9am-3pm Selection of home baked goods and preserved items. Free Popcorn to snack on. Vendor items: jewelry, antiques, woodwork, collectibles etc. A delicious, generous, luncheon of chicken salad or cream cheese and olive sandwich with choice of fruit or pasta salad-S6.00 Fresh Homemade Pie! Blackberry, Apple, or Chocolate Cream with a beverage-S3.00 Sponsored by United Methodist Women Quincy United Methodist Church 282 Jackson Street Quincy, CA 1 Michelle Radtke of Alturas earned the fastest time in the Overall Female Athlete (Solo) Division, with a time of: 01:58:50.23. Mt. Lassen Starts at 7:00 p.m. All Children Under 12 Must Be Accompanied by an Adult. $5.00 Donation 200 Main St., Chester 258-3009 $5.00 suggested Donation towards the renovation and adaptive re-use of the Chester Theatre for, ' Movies, Drama and Concerts Sponsored by ML CC