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Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter Wednesday, Nov. 28, 2012 11B Indian Valley resident Beverly Hiles tours the Airborne & Special Operations Museum in Fayetteville, N.C., with her son, Petty Officer 1st Class Timothy Duncan, his wife, Ashlynne, and her new baby granddaughter, Quinne Marie. Hiles flew across the country for the birth Oct. 9. Duncan, a 2004 GreenVille High School graduate, was the U.S. Navy Junior Sailor of the Year in 2008 and has been stationed at Fort Bragg, not far from the museum, with the Joint Special O perations Command si nce 2009. Carol Leonhardt pauses in front of Ponte Vecchio ("Old Bridge") MY TURN. from page 6B community projects. The list of those that volun- teer is long and includes those that help frequently to make community suppers a reality, those that teach Sun- day school, parents who vol- unteer in the classroom and those that walk with bags to keep our highways clean. As I think about each of these organizations and their ongoing good works I am encouraged by the accom- plishments of my friends and neighbors. in Florence, Italy: Although I have been on a avocations. personal volunteer timeout When its time to make your for a while, I have recently New Year's resolution, please raised my hand twice and I give some serious thought to can say I am very pleased to what your niche might be be back in volunteer service and then sign on the dotted again, line. As you can see from my Volunteers not only make many example, s, volunteers the World more joyful, the act come m all ages, seasons and of volunteering is a joy itself. nlc ig "The scenic drive through April 7. Lassen Volcanic National New this year, rangers Park has been closed to will lead more challenging through traffic for the sea- advanced snowshoe hikes son," announced Park Su- deeper into the backcoun- perintendent Darlene M. try, available by reservation Koontz. The frequent winteronly. Call 595-6133 to make storms during the past few reservations for special pro- weeks have covered the grams or organized groups. park highway and it can no To commemorate Nation- longer safel.y be plowed al Winter Trails Day on Sat- through at higher eleva- urday, Jan. 12, a special tions due to the deep snow snowshoe program will be and icy conditions, offered at 10:30 a.m. from More detailed information the Kohm Yah-mah-nee Vis- on current park conditions itor Center. Visitors can al- can be found online at so spend a wonderfulwinter, on Facebook day at the Lassen Film Fes- and on Twitter. tival on Saturday and Sun- Visitors traveling to the day, Jan. 19 and 20, from 10 park should be prepared fora.m. until 4 p.m. each day. winter weather and driving Films that highlight park conditions by carrying tireand outdoor recreation will chains in their vehicles be shown in the visitor cen- along with extra food, water ter auditorium. Visitors can and blankets, plan for a day of snow play, This winter Lassen Vol- lunch at the Lassen Care canic National Park offers and viewing one or more many opportunities for films. recreation, including snow For more information, play, skiing and snowshoe- contact the park at 595-4480 ing. Ranger-led snowshoe during visitor center hours walks for the general public -- Thursday through Men- leave from the Kohm Yah- day from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. -- mah-nee Visitor Center on or visit the park website at Saturdays and Sundays at 1:30 p.m. from Dec. 22 to .. Factory Authorized Clearance Event Buy a new 2011 or 2012 Arctic Cat Snowmobile and get 6,9% financing for 60 months plus Save up to $2700* DuPont Power Tools 123 Crescent St., Quincy, CA (530) 283-2136 or 88-88-2-RIDE1 - ASK FOR DUFF *Ot't~:r ', alid oa new and unused 2011 and 2012 Arctic Cat snowmobiles excluding youd~, race. rental, demo and Sl",ecial services models at participating U.S. dealers to U.S. residents. 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