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108 Tuesday, May 1,2007 Lassen County Times/Westwood PinePress Tower painting The Lassen Sheriff's work crew was commissioned by the Bureau of Land Management to repaint this lookout tower located at Smokey Bear Park at the Lassen County Fairgrounds, Photo by Patrick Shillito College has plans set for rest of year 1 .CoU g Report Bill Noonberg Congratulations to the Lassen Community College softball team. The Lady Cougars made the playoffs for the first time in nearly 20 years. Coaches Glen Yonan and Run darrel said they are extremely proud of their players andall of the hard work it took to get there and here's hoping they continue to do well. The entire commu- nity is proud of them. The Spring Kick-Off barbe- cue, sponsored by EOP&S, Financial Aid and Phi Theta Kappa honor society will be held on Thursday, May 3. It will start at 11 a.m. on the outside quad and continue until i:30 p.m, Everything is free and music will be provid- ed by the ABS and students, faculty, administration, staff, the Board of Trustees and the public are all welcome to come join in the festivities. Lassen College President Dr. Homer CisseU gave a brief pr.esentation to the Lassen County Board of Supervisors last week bringing them up to date on the activities at the school. As Dr. Cissell pointed out, even though the school is cur- rently on a probationary sta- tus, it is still a fully accredit- ed institution with all of the benefits that normally accrue to the students in place and he is confident that it will remain as such. Lassen College is an important and vital asset to the county and Dr. Cissell reminded the board that everyone in the community benefits from it being right here in Susanville. He will also present an update to the Susanville City Council on Wednesday evening, May 2. Lassen College is a great place to start your college education and a great place to come back to school ff you have been putting that part of your life on hold. It is your hometown school and is here to serve you. Come up and see what we have to offer. You may find exactly what you need, right in your own back yard. The Honey Lake Valley Riders kicked off its season with its Fully Wooly fun day on Saturday, April 21. According to HLVR Publicity Chairman Linda Engeln, approximately 53 rid- ers attended the event located, at the Janesville Park Equestrian Arena. Shelby Hurd, 15, was riding Sho-N-off and had.a nice run in the barrels event with a time Of 17.5 seconds. Tammy Granlees ran the snack shack, keeping partici- pants warm with hot cocoa and also served hamburgers. The next HLVR events are as scheduled: Showmanship Clinic- Sunday, May 6. Entr.ies must be received by Tuesday, May 1. For more information call Shauna at 260-3277 or 260- 3257. HLVR Board meeting The meeting will be held at 7 p.m. on Thursday, May 10 at the Honey Lake Valley Assembly of God. Everyone is welcome to attend. Shelby Hurd, with her horse She-N-off, finished the barrels competition in 17.5 seconds during the Honey Lake Valley Riders first play day at the Janesville Park Equestrian Arena on Saturday, April 21. Photo submitted Play day/Gymkhana The event will be held at 9 a.m on Saturday, May 19 "at the Janesville Park Equestrian Arena. There will be daily high point awards, silver buckle series. Open horse show The event will be held at 9 a.m. on Sunday, May 20 at the Janesville Park Equestrian Arena ii:;i: CAIZ.NITAb CL!IMICI IAHQ'A.5 - g .NCI-IILAIJAb - TAMALg 5 <~:.::: ", ALL HOUSEMADE -COOKED TO ORDER - BEST FRESH INGREDIENTS :: !:':!ii!,ti:l:)/xNCE.TO TIIE. 4.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'~OUN[J ~ Ol= MAt YOUIZ. I:ZI:: SF= IZ.VATIOI<,Ib TODAY What could be better than a Bryant i heating product? Two, of Course. And HYBRII . we're calling it Hybrid HeatTM. The premise is pretty simple. By combining the benefits of both our furnace and heat pump, now you can get the ultimate in heatefficiency. In fact, the cost to heat with a Bryant Hybrid Heat system is less that that of any ga:s furnace alone. So now, regardless of how cold it gets outside, you.can be sure you're getting the most out of your heating dollar. It's just another reason Bryant is making sure you can feel comfortable this winter. Whatever it takes.=` x,~xx Mountain Valley Heating CA Lic #731210 llillie,~lltlil~