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Lassen Count'/Times/West'wood PinePress Tuesday, May 1. 2007 31D: commumty su 0" By Shayla Ashmore Staff Writer sashmore@lassennews.com "Obviously, this year we're not going to get anything built, but we need to make some arrangements for these kids to be able to show their animals and sell (them)," Lassen County Fair Manger Jim Wolcott told the Board of Supervisors last week during an impromptu report on the fire that destroyed the Livestock Pavilion on Saturday, April 21. "We've got a lot of commu- nity support with people call- ing and asking what they can do to help," Wolcott told the board at its Tuesday, April 24 meeting. On Friday, April 27, Susanville Supermarket Owner Rick Stewart called the local radio station to pledge $1,000 toward a tempo- rary facility to make sure the Junior Livestock Auction can go forward on Sunday, July 22. Stewart challenged other businesses to make similar donations. Wolcott said he planned a site committee meeting at 8 a.m. on Friday morning, April 27, to get an idea of how to show and sell the animals raised by youth in 4-H and FFA The committee threw out ideas and plans to come up with a strategy in the near future. "I think this is going to turn out positive," he said "It's sad, but I think it's going to be a positive step for us to step back and look at some- thing for the future and have a better facility for what we're doing." He told the board the fair's insurance includes a $15,000 deductible and Ewe insurance of $5oo,000 per occurrence. He also said there were six vehicles in the pavilion. The fair rents space for car, boat and RV storage in the off sea- son. District 5 Supervisor Jack Hanson thanked Wolcott for spending the night at the fair- grounds after the fire. Fire relief fund-raiserto be held on Friday, May 18 By Ruth Ellis Staff Writer reflis@lassennews.com Efforts are under way to help raise money to build a new livestock pavilion and to help the Lassen County Fair meet it's insurance deductible. On Saturday, April 21 the livestock pavilion caught fire and the building was a total loss. According to Fair Business Assistant Melissa Holzkamp, an appraiser from the California Construction Company estimatedit would cost $35O,00O to replace the pavilion. The fair has a $15,000 deductible. If anyone is interested in making a cash donation, a trust fund account has been set up at Plumas Bank. A fire relief fund-raiser dinner will be held at 5:30 p.m. at the Lassen County Fairgrounds on Friday, May 18 and all proceeds will go to help build a new facility. Ticket prices are $15 and $10 for children in 4-H or FFA uniforms. The fair will also be taking donation items for an auc- tion, which will be held the night of the fund-raiser. If anyone is interested in helping in anyway, contact the fair office at 257-4104. Death notice EMAGENE MAE DEWITT Emagene Mae DeWitt died on Thursday, April 26, 2007. She was born 83 years ago on Oct. 18, 1923 in Modesto, Calif. She is survived by son Steven DeWitt, of Chester, CaliL daughters Eleanor M. Powell, of Yreka, Calif and Elizabeth A. Littauer, of Vancouver, Wash.; sister Myranell Hovland, of Fresno, Calif.; 7 grandchildren and 4 great-grandchildren. She is preceded in death by son James G. DeWitt and brother Buster Taggart. Services will be held at 1 p.m. on Wednesday, May 2, 2007 at Diamond Crest Cemetery in Susanville, Calif. & Mallery Attorneys at Law PROBATE TRUST ADMINISTRATION ESTATE PLANNING 257-4300 75 S Gay Street Susanville ESTABLISHED 1929 MONUMENTS BENCHES SIGNS BORDERS ADDRESS STONES GRANITE - MARBLE * NATURAL STONE 110PACIFIC STREET, P.O. BOX 1766, PORTOLACA 96122 (5301 832-1908 FAX (530) 832-6828 WWW.CHILCOOTMONU M ENT.COM Celebrating life Susanville United Methodist Church Pastor Doug McCoy reads from the 23rd Psalm during the celebration of the life of Warren E. Chapman, who died on Wednesday, April 18. Pastor Cal Godman also spoke to the crowd of more than 240 people. Photos by Shayla Ashmore X Saves decks& siding from water damage X Downspouts Water Dwerter- X Custom Installation X Adds value & appeal to your house COLOR CHOICES FREE ESTIMATES. Licensed, fully insured. No risk to homeowner. CONSTRUCTION, INC . =: i!:iiii i ;iii;i/::i: :! :fi :i::~: ' : UY! Visit Are you looking for a whether in the paper or not, we may have what Iii1111 i IIIII "1 I