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Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter Wednesday, Oct. 15, 2014 3C Feather River College's Grant Denny holds on fairgrounds in Quincy last Friday. Denny took the night after., Photo by James Wilson for dear life during the team's rodeo at the first place in bareback riding that night and James Wilson survivors to help them Courtney Wood won the Staff Writer through their battle, women's all-around. The fundraising efforts For Saturday's rodeo, from last year's rodeo FRC was at the top of nearly Three big wins at last allowed the group to every event. Mackenzie weekend's rodeo at the purchase 60 books on won men's all-around, Plumas-Sierra County dealing with cancer, all followed by Browning. Fairgrounds put the available in the local Kaley Wilson took the Feather River College libraries: The ongoing goal women's all-around, men's and women's teams is to provide a warm and followed by Wood. to the top of the standings receptive atmosphere for Denny once again came in the West Coast Region. cancer patients and out on top of the bareback The FRC men's team survivors, event. The team of placed first both days, while FRC ruled Friday's Browning and Mackenzie the women's team took bronc-riding events. Grant took the team-roping event. second under University of Denny took first in Wilson placed first in Nevada Las Vegas on bareback riding, while goat tying and Kayla Friday and came in first Telden McLain placed first Norcutt took third. Kara Saturday. in saddle bronc, followed by Kohutek placed first in Friday's rodeo was FRC's Quincy Crum. breakaway roping, followed annual Tough Enough to Dane Browning placed by Freeman. Wear Pink night, a second in tie-down ropingThe two days of rodeo at fundraiser for the Plumas and third for men's the fairgrounds concludes County Breast Cancer all-around. Brandon the fall season for FRC. The Support Group. The group Mackenzie took third in rodeo teams will travel to contacts recently diagnosed tie-down roping, various rodeos in spring residents of Plumas County Dakota Freeman took 2015, working their way up to let them know they have first place for the women's to the College National fellow fighters and team in breakaway roping.Rodeo. Moving decoys explained CALIFORNIA OUTDOORS CARRIE WILSON California Dept. of Fish & Wildlife C Waterfowl decoys Question: With waterfowl season approaching, I was wondering if you could clarify Regulation 507 regarding duck decoys that move. That regulation specifies moving wings or blades are prohibited until after Nov. 30, but I cannot find a prohibition regarding motor-powered dec ys that simulate swimming (clamp-on propeller), or watermovement to simulate feeding (magnet type) or battery-powered jerk string. In short, are only moving-wing decoys prohibited during the first six weeks of the season? --James Scott Oakley See Cal Outdoors, page 6C ,NIORS B EWARE If you have purchased an or GOLF RESULTS Mt. Huff Golf Club As we roll deeper into another week of our gorgeous fall weather, the Wednesday Morning Scramble on Oct. 8 at Mt. Huff was as active and fun as ever. In first place at 9 under par was the team of Ron Christensen, Dick Grace and Robert Turcotte. In second place at 8 under par came the team of Don McConnell, Mike Ingle, Gary Metzdorf and Margie Joseph. Closest to the pin was made bY Ron Christensen and the chip-in was captured by Bill McRoberts. " With the start time moved up to 4:30 p.m., the golfers had plenty of daylight left for the Thursday Evening Scramble on Oct. 9. Our first-place honors at 3 uffder par went to the team of Gary McClellan, Lynn McClellan and Dick Grace. Second place gave us a tie between two teams who scored 2 under par. Kudos to team members Gary Metzdorf, Carol Metzdorf, Joe Pogue and Matt Rutledge, and also to Jeff Stevens, Greg Stevens and Ralph Cote.' The long drive was hit by Jeff Stevens, who also scored the chip-in. Graeagle Meadows Women's Golf Club On its last play day of each year, GMWGC invites members of Graeagle-area women's golf clubs to join in their annual "Turd Tournament," which is a and funky tournament and luncheon with a Halloween theme. Historically, the tournament is played during the period when the golf course is aerated, resulting in numerous "mud turds" and The Graeagle Meadows Women's Golf Club awarded the 2014 Turd Queen award to Giuliana Glazer on Thursday, Oct. 9. Glazer's winning team, with a score of 106, was (from left) Bev Reynolds, Cathy Churchill, Glazer and Lorraine Stickel. Glazer's individual score on the day was a net 61. Photo submitted aeration holes on many score of 106, consisted of fairways, hence the name. Giuliana Glazer, Cathy "Winter Rules," known Churchill, Bev Reynolds and formally as "lift, clean and Lorraine Stickel. The team of place" of the ball, were in Jacquie McMaster, Pat effect. On each hole, the Nichols, Priscilla Piper and players received either a SuzieWiese took second place "trick" or a "treat." Tricks with a 108. Third place was included adding one stroke to won by the team of Linda each player's score on the Bilger, Annie Fischer, Jay hole, playing the hole using Fisher and Dottie Hattich, only irons and putter, etc. with a 110. The following Treats included subtracting players had chip-ins: Linda one stroke from each score on Bilger, Cathy Churchill and the hole, teeing off at the Jay Fisher. Closest to the pin 200-yard marker on some long honors went to JoAnn Lake, holes, etc. with an amazing 19 inches; On Thursday, Oct. 9, 31 second closest was Karen members and guests Linde. contested for the Turd Queen Special congratulations go title (the individual low net to Ann Pratt, who received score, which includes a great GMWGC's Most Improved rotating trophy), as well as Player for 2014 honors. team prizes for the best two Following play, the hungry "net balls" (scores) of the golfers were treated to a foursome. Our new Turd hearty Awards Luncheon by Queen is Giuliana Glazer, chef Scotty and his crew. It who won in a card-off with was a great ending to an Pat Nichols, both with net enjoyable year. scores of 61. The winning team, with a See Golf Results, page 5C Clinic in Quincy Canyon Motor Parts Oct. 3-4 Oct. 17-18 9 a.m.-6 p,m, Call (530) 613-5874 for appointment and special Quincy prices Boat Winterization and Shrink Wrap 1759 E. Main St., Quincy, any service CA 95971 m/Bm