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CA Tuesday, May 1,2007 Lassen County Times By Ruth Ellis Staff Wdter rellis@lassennews com It's that time of year when high school seniors are wrap- ping up final projects and school work while counting down the days until gradua- tion. On Monday, May 7 through Wednesday, May 9, Lassen High School seniors will be presenting their senior pro- jects before a panel of judges. Lassen High School is look- ing for volunteers to judge the presentations A complimen- tary dinner and orientation will held from 5 to 5:50 p.m. followed by presentations from 6 to 9 p.m. For more information call senior pro- ject coordinator Christy Rose at 251-1176. Rose said judges are needed for a wide variety of topics including, music; medical, teaching and taxidermy. Students will be giving a six-to-lO minute speech about their project addressing all the elements on an evaluation form. A student's speech should have an effective attention grabber, a clear thesis, explain the connection between the project and the paper, clearly state what they learned while doing the pro- ject and have an effective con- clusion Sanctuary m association with Adult Grace Fellowship Church presents Children of Alcoholics Support Group Were you raised in an environment of addiction? Support Group Meets "hiesdays 6:30-8pm 1401 Riverside Dr. Susanville Do you: Experience a fear of people, especially authority figures? Isolate yourself?. Constantly seek the approval of others? See the world from the perspective of a victim? Have an overdeveloped sense of responsibility toward others? Become atffacted to people that you can rescue and take care of?. Avoid feeli!ags/mempries re!attd:to chil Qo, : e ences? . . Tend to ju e yburselfh 'an:d be serf criti&d with perfectionist standards? If you answered yes to any of these questions, you may be suffering from the effects of being raised in an environment of addiction. Addiction is a family disease which often results in a family member taking on the characteristics of the disease, even if they are not addicts. Resulting in dysfunctional relationships, denial, fearfulness, avoidance of feelings, poor problem solving, afraid that others will find out what you are really like If this sounds like you, come join us and learn new tools that will help you overcome these negative coping skills. For more information call 257-5414 ,i I:'I I Tuesday, May 1, 2007 4 to 6:30 p.m. Lassen Hia h School Student Center MAY 5. Children's Faire, 10-4 ($10/player Early Bird Discount) MAY 15 Pizza Factory, Susanville, 4-7 MAY 23 Pizza Factory, Janesville, 4-7 JUNE 2 Parks & Rec 95 N. Weatherlow, 9-1 JUNE 5 Pizza Factory, Susanville, 4-7 JUNE 9 ,Parks & Rec 95 N. Weatherlow, 9-1 JUNE 12 Pizza Factory, Susanville, 4-7 NO SIGN.UPS BY REGISTRAR HOTLINE 251-5679 games available, so hurry and get your order in. For more information or to reserve your game, Call Dawn Egan in the LEAPP lab at 251-1133. To pay, mail your check to: Lassen High School, Affn: LEAPP Club, 11 I0 Main St Susanville, CA, 96130. Photosubmi#ed NEW MANUFACIIJRED HOMES on roomy lots with 3 BEDROOI~ l BATH HOME. attached garage. Open spacious floor plans. $185,000.195,900 new interior paint. $125,1~0 GREAT OPPORTUNITY FOR THE POTENTIAL BUSINF. S OWNER with big dreams and a small budget. 4 r~ms ndud ng all equip- PRESIDENT meat and merchandise in store, plus large 1400 sq.fl. 2+1.5 living quarters atlached W/l~ivate enlranee, small yard and I c~ garage. $99,000!! We Work Weekends? Call Connie or Dale Jenkins "Your Neighborhood Professionals "" Home: 82"/-2542 Cottage Realty tss5 st Office: 257-6994 Visit our web site: www.muleskinnerl.com I Im OH WHAT A DEAL!t Two prol~ties for the price of one A 3/1.5 bulb home and a commercial building for a business, This propert~ has lots of treasures included, also a large metal shop. Located on the Herlong Access Rd. across from the Federal Prison, Reduced Asking Price of $100,0~ The California Department of Transportation, (Ca[a-a ) wi h Satewin Consm ou, begin censtmofion on a $2.9 mill|tin project to reha- bilitate the roadway surfa~ throughout Downtown Susanvine on Seae Ram (SR) 36 from Qean Sa et to Avenue and Rive aide Drive to Richmond Road|US 395. The proj~-t will replace the cunmat roadway ~ improving the ride quality on SR 36 throughout the City of SusanviUe. Every effort will be made to lessen the dismptien to the residea=, buaineum end metofi in Se mvill The vontra requires work at n ght, between 5:30 p.m. and 6 a.m weekday& and 24 houn per day ou weekends. This ~hedule will help to ~ traf- fio congestion and keep a :ess to the area open. The projeot duration is e~ to be 45 working dad from start to c apletio Work wglm aire lane closta small delays and some noise due to the operation of heavy equipment nec- essary for repot of the pavement. Work on traffic camera installation will begin late April to earlyMay. The contractor has an aggressive sched- ule and plans to be ~ompleted by the end of June. We ask that you drive safely and watch for equip- meat din-lag aru on. We appreciate your pa- while we complete necessary If you que ion about the project, or would like more lnformatton, please contact the Caltrans Public Information i at (531)) 225-3260 or Resident Engineer Kathryn Wimg at (530) 474-4424 Are you looking for a .ad#m . MAIL OR WEBSITE FOR FURTHER " SUSANtii i ,e'/ INFORMATION EMAIL kYSReg@yahoo.oom ' k ~ ~np~ ~ ~ r W'Ot'e~ i" t~O paper or not, we may have what you're looking for! . " .: : . itli ~mt~