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6C Tuesday, July 11, 2000 SIismiile Las00n Cou0tyTime GUN SAFETY TO BE TAUGHT The Sierra Sportsmen Club is holding a National Rifle Association handgun safety seminar at 9 a.m. on Saturday, July 15 at the Rice Canyon Shooting Range, one mile from High Desert State Prison. The seminar is designed for those who own a handgun for safety and sporting purposes. It&apos;s open to women, men and children (17 year olds and younger must be accompanied by an adult). Instruction is headed by Ed Ruseek, a NRA licensed instructor. Training includes theory of operation and purpose of handgun design, safe handling and live shooting, and loading and unloading. Students receive a NRA textbook and certificate of completion. Bring a handgun and at least 30 rounds of ammunition. Call Russek at 257-3200 for more information. SOROPTIMIST TOURNEY RLrI1JRNS Golfers will tee off in the Sixth Annual Susanville Soroptimist Golf Tournament at noon Saturday, Aug. 12 at Susanville's Emerson Lake Golf Course. The 18-hole, four-man scramble gets underway with a shotgun start. Foursomes can feature all men, women or a mix. Prizes are awarded to the win- ning men's, women's and co-ed teams. The first golfer to get a hole-in-one on the 11th hole wins a new Buick from Deal and Davie. Registration costs $55 or $60 after Tuesday, Aug. 1. The price includes din- ner. Call DeeAnn Hunter at 258-4191 or Sharon Edwards at 257-6887 for more information. ROUND VALLEY RUN SLATED The lath Annual Round Valley Run/Walk is scheduled for Saturday, Aug. 19 at Round Valley Lake, located south of Greenville. The event begins with a children's run at 8:45 a.m. followed by the 5.7-mile run or walk around the lake. Runners will be divided into men's and women's divisions and the top-three finishers in each age category receive medals. Register for $17 before Wednesday, Aug. 9 by calling 284-6856 or logging on to www.signmeupsports.com. GENA$Ci WINS Carolyn Genasci captured July Ace of the Month honors in the latest Emerson Lake Women's Golf Club tournament Saturday, July 1. Genasci was the gross winner and Merrilyn Reddick won net honors. Giovanna Zinn and lona McCain were the net runner-ups. Winners on Wednesday, July 5 were Ann Bixby, Ann Kimura, Genelle Mrary and McCain. QUAER HORSE SHOW SCHEDULED The American Quarter Horse Association will host the City of Susanville Quarter Horse Show at 7 a.m. Friday-Sunday, July 28-30 at the Lassen County Fairgrounds in Susanville. The show tests horses' abilities in events such as jumping, reining, barrel racing, cutting, roping and pole bending. Competitors earn AQHA points and can win cash and awards at the end of the year. 'JCe welcome all quarter horse owners and those who have a passion for horses," AQHA executive vice-president Bill Brewer. 'he shows are fun and anybody who has ever wanted to get involved with horses is encouraged to come." Call Dorothy Lindsey at 254-6396 for more information. public comment of its request for state off-highway vehicle grant funds. The meeting will be-held at 2950 Riverside Dr. in Susanville. -_ The grant for 2001 focuses on-'l Fort Sage Off Highway Vehicle area iar Doyle. Call Stane Bales of BLM at 257-0456 for more information. INS SPORTS CAMPS RETURN Three annual Lassen High School sum- mer sports camps are scheduled for next month. A basketball camp for boys and girls, ages 8-11, will be held Monday- Thursday, July 17-20. The camp for the 12 through 14 year olds is set for Monday-Thursday, July 24-27. For children who like all sports, the super sports camp is scheduled for Monday-Thursday, July 10-13 and geared for six through 14 year olds, fea- turing participation in volleyball, flag football, Whiffle Ball, field hockey, bas- ketball and soccer. Lassen basketball coaches Dorinda ShatTer, Jessica Larson and Laura Holtz will head the instruction from noon to 5 p.m. each day. The camps cost $30 per person at will be held at the Lassen High School gym in Susanville. Mail registration applications to: Lassen High School camps, 1110 Main St., Susanville, 96130. Call Shaffer at 257-8387 for more information. C-OLJ: TOURNEY TO BENEFIT SKIERS The Second Annual Diamonds in the Rough Golf Tournament and barbecue is slated for Saturday, July 15 at Susanville's Emerson Lake Golf Course. The four-person scramble competition benefits the Diamond Mountain Ski Team, a non-profit organization that pro- motes skiing in Lassen County. The tournament starts at i p.m. fol- lowed by a barbecue. The cost is a $50 per person and is tax deductible. Hole sponsors and prize donations are needed. Call 257-6303 to enter the tournament and 257-5551 for more information. TRIP SET TO BURNEY FALLS The Susanville Parks and Recreation Department and the Lassen County Transportation Commission are sponsor- ing a children's hike to Burney Falls. The trip is scheduled from 9 a.m. to 5:15 p.m. on Wednesday, July 25. The cost is $12.50 per child between the ages of nine and 16. Register on weekdays at the parks and recreation office at 75 North Weatherlow St. Call 257-1035 for more information. IIOOP CAMPS iN RENO Jam On It Basketball Academy in Sparks, Nev. is offering weekday camps this month nd in August for boys and girls, ages five through 16 years old. Camps are set for July 24-28 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., Aug. 7-10 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., and Aug. 14-17 [rom 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Call 707-359-8566 or log on to www.jamonit.org for more information. TENNIS ANYONE? The Susanville Parks and Recreation Department is holding tennis lessons this summer for children and adults at the Memorial Park courts. Instructors will be Ra__y Richardson, and Deena and Kevin Wilmot. Register on weekdays at the parks and recreation office at 75 North Weatherlow St. POP WARNER NEEDS BOARD MEMBERS Two spots on the Lassen Pop Warner Football Board of Directors need to be filled. The interim positions of snack bar and parent advisor are open. Members serve for one year before the league's annual re-election. Those interested can call Ken at 251-2008. FOURSOME WINS 1ST ROTARY TOURNEY The team of Ridgely Lazard, Thomas Brown, Mike Schneider and Cecil Webb won the inaugural Susanville Rotary Golf Tournament Wednesday, June 28 at Susanville's Emerson Lake Golf Course. The foursome posted a score of 6- under-par 66 in a scramble format. Bruce Davie, Ken Theobald, Steve Bradbury and Bill Muttera took second with a 69. RIDE A BROI AT THE FAIR Entries are being taken for the popular local ranch bronc riding event held dur- ing the Lassen County Fair Rodeo Sunday, July 23. Entries are limited. The purse is worth at least $500. Call the fair office at 257- 4104 for more information. COMMENT ON OFF-ROAD IRUNDE The Bureau of Land Management Eagle Lake field office will hold a public meeting at 7 p.m. Wednesday, July 19 for SWIM CAMP mlr$ OPEN Openings are still available for Camp Splash 2000 -- a children's camp featur- ing swimming, arts and crafts, picnics and day trips. The camp is open to chil- dren between six and 12 years old and held at Susanville's Roosevelt Pool from noon to 5:30 p.m. on weekdays. The cost is $35 a week or $8 daily. Sign up at the pool or the parks and recre- ation office at 75 North Weatherlow St. PHYSICALS IT  SUMMER Lassen Family Practice of Susaville will conduct sports physicals from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. on the following dates: July 12, 14, 26 and 28; Aug. 8 and 10. Doyle Family Practice will schedule physicals on July 27 and Aug. 3, and Westwood Family Practice will conduct physicals on July 25 and Aug. 2. For appointments and more informa- tion, call 25%5335. TAKE AIM, MEAT The Indian Valley Shooting Club will hold its annual Golddigger Days Meat Shoot from 9:30 am. to 4 p.m. on Sunday, July 16 at a location 1-1/4 miles miles north of Greenville on Highway 89. Competitors can use handguns, .22 rifles, muzzleloaders, high-powered rifle and shotguns. Prizes include ham, steak, salami, chicken and jerky. SCOR OARD UPCOMING EVENTS Home teams in 8OtD Racing sctmauh= for  Oesqm SeawW in hobby atoc m(I total stk 8/5 High Desert racing @ 7 p.m. 8/12 High Desert racing @ 7 p.m. 8/19 E,luro race @ 7 D.m. 9/2 High Desert racing @ 7 p.m. 9/9 Hi Desert racing @ 7 p.m. LAIIEN HNB SCHOOL FOOTn._J.L 9/1 Lassen v. P.,eeral Valley @ 3:30 p,m. 9/8  v. Red Stuff @ 3:30 p.m. 9/15 Lassen v. Modoe @ 3:30 P.m. 9/22 Lassen v.  @ 3:30 p.m. 9/29  v. Foothill @ 3:30 p.m. 10/6 Lassen v.  O 3:30 p.m. 10/13  v. Coming @ 3:30 p.m. 10/20 Lassan v. Odmd @ 3:30 p.m. 10/27  v. Orovtlle @ 3:30 p.m. 11/3 Laeee v. Las Ptumas @ 3:30 p.m. AUTO RACING ssa Hi Dese, Dct standings th 6/24 Mottled P 1. Chris Oiexievcz (99) 444 2. Branon PNIli (55) 380 3. Shawn Simmons (21) 348 4. Scott Foreman (13) 326 5. Will Zinn (17) 322 6. X)hn Ward {60) 321 7. Jeff Chew (8) 306 S. Boyd Murchison (18) 285 9. Jim Lisby (83) 268 10. John Sl (97) 258 11. Mike Vivtlacqua (9) 257 12. Aaron Langslet (23) 222 13. Roger Loranzini (01) 195 14, Scott Boulctr (5) 171 15. Richard Papenhausen (4R) 122 16. Lennie Toolanen (7) 90 17. Travis peery (6) 66 18. Don Camilli (33) 64 19. Harvey Spears (78) 60 20. Gary Riesch (66) 37 21. Richard Brace (2R) 37 22. Chartie Schuck Jr. {16) 32 23. Carl Ftzsimmons (95) 32 24. Conrad Wilson (38) 31 25. John Toolanen (37) 30 26. Matt Michelli (911) 29 27. Joe'/Hubbard (44) 27 Hobby Stocks 1. Job vaughn (9) 471 2. Steve Ber (57) 459 3. Jay EvanS (8) 420 4. Allen vonBrarlt (21) 406 5. Gary Gillis (12) 339 6. David Bowers (88) 278 7. Paul Drake (4) 187 8. Herbie Williams (1) 169 9. Steve Goss (7) 149 10. Chns Olexwicz (8) 83 .:11. Jimmy Hoffman (CO) 54 12. Russell Rosario (33T) 40 13. Don Heuser (69) 40 14. Clint Pearson (57X) 37 15. Carl Weire (18) 36 16. Gene Cain (10) 35 17, Jaso Stelzriede (7) 36 Mini Stocks 1. Erica Harmon (69) 363 2. Paul Blacka Jr. (36) 349 3. Heather Retcher (30) 231 4. Jeff Drake (46) 214 5. Dawn Costa (22) 157 6. Clayton Skidmore (4) 152 7. Doug McGarva (61) 112 8. Joanna Costa (22) 49 9. Robert McKnight (24) 41 10. Elizabeth Peterso (17) 40 Cumulative top-five fimshes and troy dash wins at Susanville's Higt Desert Say Modifieds ..... 1st 2n 3, 4m 5mTD Olexievcz 4 4 1 0 0 5 Phillips 0 1 1 1 0 0 Ward 0 0 0 1 0 0 Simmons 3 1 2 0 0 3 Sloan 0 0 2 1 2 O Foreman 1 0 1 2 1 2 Lorenzini 2 1 1 0 0 1 Papenhausen 1 1 1 0 0 0 Chew 0 1 2 1 3 0 Usby O 0 0 0 2 O Brown 0 O 0 1 0 0 Zinn 0 1 0 1 1 0 Vtvllacqua 0 1 O 0 0 0 MurcisOn 0 0 0 1 0 O Boutcher 0 0 0 1 0 0 Reisch 0 0 O 1 0 0 Brace 0 0 0 0 1 0 PeeP/ 0 0 0 0 1 0 Hobby Stocks st 2j 3rd 4t 5m TD Evans 7 3 0 0 0 4 Vaun 3 1 2 2 1 6 Behr 0 2 7 0 0 2 Hofan 0 0 O 1 0 0 Drake 0 1 0 0 4 0 vonSran 0 0 3 5 1 O Gillis 2 2 0 0 2 0 Williams 0 1 O 2 0 O Welre 0 0 0 0 1 0 Rosario 0 O 0 1 0 0 Bowers 0 O O 1 1 0 Pearson 0 0 0 0 1 0 Oxii O 2 O 0 O 0 Goss O 0 0 0 1 0 Mini Stocks st 2ncl 3rd 4m 5t TD Harmon 4 1 1 1 1 2 BlackaJr. 0 3 1 1 2 3 McGarva O 1 1 1 0 O Retcter 0 0 4 2 0 0 Drake 3 1 0 0 1 2 Skidmore 0 0 0 2 0 1 McKni 0 1 0 O 0 0 D. Costa 1 1 1 0 0 1 NOK State Din Modifitl Race Series por standings 1. Jeff Chew, llO, 2. Chris Olexiewicz, 110, 3. John Stoan, 106, 4. Don Camilli, 102, 5. Lennie Toolanen, 96, 6. Jim Lisby, 91, 7. Boyd Murchison, 88, 8. Richard Papenhausen, SS, 9. Brandon Phillips, 82, 10. Mike Vivflaqua, 78, 11. Richard Brace, 76, 12. Roger Lorenzini, 72, 13. Matt Michelli, 69, 14. Joey Hubbard, 68, 15. Brian Cass, 65, 16. John Ward, 63, 17. Shaun Simmons, 40, 18. Scott Boutcher, 34, 19. Aaron Langstet, 33, 20. Carl FRzsimmons, 32, 21. Tim Bententendi. 30, 22. John Toolanen, 30, 23. Bill Ritchie, 29, 24. Will Zinn, 29, 25. Dustin Jenks, 28, 26. Ron Brown, 26. GOIN 1967 -- Eotine Knighton 1968 -- Joan Fff,erald 1969 -- Dee Coffer 1970- Nieci Emerson 1971 -- Zelma Serman 1972 -- Barbara Theiler 1973 -- Dolores Gasperoni 1974 -- Iris Davie 1975 -- Kay Baker 1976 -- taure Hemphill 1977 -- Jackie Millar 1978  Dolores Gasperoni 1979 -- Carol Gomez 1980 -- Carolyn Genii 1981 -- Barbara Theiler 1982 -- Dee Coffer 1983 -- Vi Sanchez 1984 -- Billie Paulsen 1985 -- Helen Keach 1986 -- Anita Williams 1987 -- Vn4an Prince 1988 -- Jill Jermson 1989 -- Louise Camacho 1990 -- Willa Utt 1991 -- Willa Utt 1992 -- Vi Sanchez 1993 -- Vi Sanchez 1994 -- Jill Johnson 1995 -- Gloria Porter 1996 -- Louise Carnacho 1997 -- Bet Horan 1998 -- Shetla Wtnearger 1999 -- Sheila Winebarger SKINNER Winston Cup finishes and Date Race 2/20 Daytona 500 2/27 Dura Lube/Kmart 400 3/6 CarsDirect.com 400 3/12 Cracker Barrel 500 3/19 Mall,corn 400 3/26 Food City 500 4/2 Direct 'IV 500 4/9 Goody's Body Pain 500 4/16 Diehard 500 4/30 Napa Auto Parts 500 5/6 Pontiac Excitement 400 5/28 Coca-Cola 600 6/4 MBNA Platinum 400 6/11 Kmart 400 6/18 Pocor 500 6/25 Save Mart/KraSen 350K 7/1 Pepsi 400 7/9 Now England 300 7/23 Pennsylvania 500 8/5 Brickyard 400 8/13 G. Crossing at The Glen 8/20 Pepsi 400 8/26 Goracing.com 500 9/3 Southern 500 9/9 Chevy Monte Carlo 400 9/17 Now Hampshire 300 9/24 MSNA Gold 400 10/1 Napa Auto Care 500 10/8 Pop Secret 400 10/15 Winston 500 11/5 CPecker/Dura Lube 50014 11/12 Pennzoil 400 11/19 NaDa 500 Wnston Cup r standings aer Pep 4OO Points 1. Bobby Labonte 2,527 2. Dale Eamhardt 2,475 3. Dale Jerrett 2,451 4. Ward Burton 2,347 5. Jeff Burton 2,314 6. Ricky Rudd 2,285 7. Mark Martin 2,283 8. Tony Stewart 2,270 9. Rusty Wallace 2,254 10. Jeff Gordon 2,193 11. Mike Skinner 2,044 12. Matt Kensat 1,967 13. Terry e 1,91S TRACK AND Northern Setic atime 100 meters 10.59 - Willie Clark 10.4 - Regale Stewart (Westwood) 10.6c - Rick Begley (AnOerson) 10.6c - Harve 10,68 - Michael Guider (Weed) 10.7c - Dick Lurl (Chico) 1957 10.7c. Howard King (WheatJand) 1 10.7c. Curtis Parks (McCIoud) 10.7c - Dave Ferraiuolo I0.7C. Allen 8tackmon (Willows) 10.7C - Eddie Carey (Quincy) 1978 10.7c - A.J. Jenkins (Chico 10.7 - Ed Stewart (Oroville) 1988 10.7. Mike Zimmerman (Odand) 10.7 - Willie Johnson 200 meters 21.16 - Willie Clark 21.1c - Dick Lurl (Chico) 1957 21.3c - Ed Bonner (Del Oro) 1969 21.4c - Rick Begley (Arerso) 21.5<; - Teddy Watson (Chico) 21.5<: - Burt Brady (Gridley) 1936 21.82 - Willie Johnson (Red 21,6c - Jack Adee (Chino) 1966 21.6 - Fred Lee (Big Valley) 1987 21.6 - Ed Stewart (Orovilie) 21.7c - Tom Wadsworth (Sutter) 21.7c - John Watson (Pierce) 191, 21.7c Dennis Berryman (McCtoud)  WITH SUMMER FINALLY HER[, IT'S TIME To START GETTING RUbY FOR We sell, service and install Toyostove & Monitor Heating RICHARDSON oil heati"00g systems 9 am - S pm Mon.- irri. Serving All of Plumas & Sierra Counties Call us today 283-0989 UC, 197 Plumas NEW! Gift Registry Stumped for a gift? Make sure your loved ones sign up Qnet's gift registry. We have something for Video and PC Games - make sure you get what they We have T-Shirts and Soundtracks, too Software and books Star Trek gifts AVON - cosmetics, jewelry, clothes, toys, gifts for n 352 Lawrence 283-4958 Open Monday - Friday 10 am - Saturdays 11 am to 4 pm 6C Tuesday, July 11, 2000 SIismiile Las00n Cou0tyTime GUN SAFETY TO BE TAUGHT The Sierra Sportsmen Club is holding a National Rifle Association handgun safety seminar at 9 a.m. on Saturday, July 15 at the Rice Canyon Shooting Range, one mile from High Desert State Prison. The seminar is designed for those who own a handgun for safety and sporting purposes. It's open to women, men and children (17 year olds and younger must be accompanied by an adult). Instruction is headed by Ed Ruseek, a NRA licensed instructor. Training includes theory of operation and purpose of handgun design, safe handling and live shooting, and loading and unloading. Students receive a NRA textbook and certificate of completion. Bring a handgun and at least 30 rounds of ammunition. Call Russek at 257-3200 for more information. SOROPTIMIST TOURNEY RLrI1JRNS Golfers will tee off in the Sixth Annual Susanville Soroptimist Golf Tournament at noon Saturday, Aug. 12 at Susanville's Emerson Lake Golf Course. The 18-hole, four-man scramble gets underway with a shotgun start. Foursomes can feature all men, women or a mix. Prizes are awarded to the win- ning men's, women's and co-ed teams. The first golfer to get a hole-in-one on the 11th hole wins a new Buick from Deal and Davie. Registration costs $55 or $60 after Tuesday, Aug. 1. The price includes din- ner. Call DeeAnn Hunter at 258-4191 or Sharon Edwards at 257-6887 for more information. ROUND VALLEY RUN SLATED The lath Annual Round Valley Run/Walk is scheduled for Saturday, Aug. 19 at Round Valley Lake, located south of Greenville. The event begins with a children's run at 8:45 a.m. followed by the 5.7-mile run or walk around the lake. Runners will be divided into men's and women's divisions and the top-three finishers in each age category receive medals. Register for $17 before Wednesday, Aug. 9 by calling 284-6856 or logging on to www.signmeupsports.com. GENA$Ci WINS Carolyn Genasci captured July Ace of the Month honors in the latest Emerson Lake Women's Golf Club tournament Saturday, July 1. Genasci was the gross winner and Merrilyn Reddick won net honors. Giovanna Zinn and lona McCain were the net runner-ups. Winners on Wednesday, July 5 were Ann Bixby, Ann Kimura, Genelle Mrary and McCain. QUAER HORSE SHOW SCHEDULED The American Quarter Horse Association will host the City of Susanville Quarter Horse Show at 7 a.m. Friday-Sunday, July 28-30 at the Lassen County Fairgrounds in Susanville. The show tests horses' abilities in events such as jumping, reining, barrel racing, cutting, roping and pole bending. Competitors earn AQHA points and can win cash and awards at the end of the year. 'JCe welcome all quarter horse owners and those who have a passion for horses," AQHA executive vice-president Bill Brewer. 'he shows are fun and anybody who has ever wanted to get involved with horses is encouraged to come." Call Dorothy Lindsey at 254-6396 for more information. public comment of its request for state off-highway vehicle grant funds. The meeting will be-held at 2950 Riverside Dr. in Susanville. -_ The grant for 2001 focuses on-'l Fort Sage Off Highway Vehicle area iar Doyle. Call Stane Bales of BLM at 257-0456 for more information. INS SPORTS CAMPS RETURN Three annual Lassen High School sum- mer sports camps are scheduled for next month. A basketball camp for boys and girls, ages 8-11, will be held Monday- Thursday, July 17-20. The camp for the 12 through 14 year olds is set for Monday-Thursday, July 24-27. For children who like all sports, the super sports camp is scheduled for Monday-Thursday, July 10-13 and geared for six through 14 year olds, fea- turing participation in volleyball, flag football, Whiffle Ball, field hockey, bas- ketball and soccer. Lassen basketball coaches Dorinda ShatTer, Jessica Larson and Laura Holtz will head the instruction from noon to 5 p.m. each day. The camps cost $30 per person at will be held at the Lassen High School gym in Susanville. Mail registration applications to: Lassen High School camps, 1110 Main St., Susanville, 96130. Call Shaffer at 257-8387 for more information. C-OLJ: TOURNEY TO BENEFIT SKIERS The Second Annual Diamonds in the Rough Golf Tournament and barbecue is slated for Saturday, July 15 at Susanville's Emerson Lake Golf Course. The four-person scramble competition benefits the Diamond Mountain Ski Team, a non-profit organization that pro- motes skiing in Lassen County. The tournament starts at i p.m. fol- lowed by a barbecue. The cost is a $50 per person and is tax deductible. Hole sponsors and prize donations are needed. Call 257-6303 to enter the tournament and 257-5551 for more information. TRIP SET TO BURNEY FALLS The Susanville Parks and Recreation Department and the Lassen County Transportation Commission are sponsor- ing a children's hike to Burney Falls. The trip is scheduled from 9 a.m. to 5:15 p.m. on Wednesday, July 25. The cost is $12.50 per child between the ages of nine and 16. Register on weekdays at the parks and recreation office at 75 North Weatherlow St. Call 257-1035 for more information. IIOOP CAMPS iN RENO Jam On It Basketball Academy in Sparks, Nev. is offering weekday camps this month nd in August for boys and girls, ages five through 16 years old. Camps are set for July 24-28 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., Aug. 7-10 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., and Aug. 14-17 [rom 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Call 707-359-8566 or log on to www.jamonit.org for more information. TENNIS ANYONE? The Susanville Parks and Recreation Department is holding tennis lessons this summer for children and adults at the Memorial Park courts. Instructors will be Ra__y Richardson, and Deena and Kevin Wilmot. Register on weekdays at the parks and recreation office at 75 North Weatherlow St. POP WARNER NEEDS BOARD MEMBERS Two spots on the Lassen Pop Warner Football Board of Directors need to be filled. The interim positions of snack bar and parent advisor are open. Members serve for one year before the league's annual re-election. Those interested can call Ken at 251-2008. FOURSOME WINS 1ST ROTARY TOURNEY The team of Ridgely Lazard, Thomas Brown, Mike Schneider and Cecil Webb won the inaugural Susanville Rotary Golf Tournament Wednesday, June 28 at Susanville's Emerson Lake Golf Course. The foursome posted a score of 6- under-par 66 in a scramble format. Bruce Davie, Ken Theobald, Steve Bradbury and Bill Muttera took second with a 69. RIDE A BROI AT THE FAIR Entries are being taken for the popular local ranch bronc riding event held dur- ing the Lassen County Fair Rodeo Sunday, July 23. Entries are limited. The purse is worth at least $500. Call the fair office at 257- 4104 for more information. COMMENT ON OFF-ROAD IRUNDE The Bureau of Land Management Eagle Lake field office will hold a public meeting at 7 p.m. Wednesday, July 19 for SWIM CAMP mlr$ OPEN Openings are still available for Camp Splash 2000 -- a children's camp featur- ing swimming, arts and crafts, picnics and day trips. The camp is open to chil- dren between six and 12 years old and held at Susanville's Roosevelt Pool from noon to 5:30 p.m. on weekdays. The cost is $35 a week or $8 daily. Sign up at the pool or the parks and recre- ation office at 75 North Weatherlow St. PHYSICALS IT  SUMMER Lassen Family Practice of Susaville will conduct sports physicals from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. on the following dates: July 12, 14, 26 and 28; Aug. 8 and 10. Doyle Family Practice will schedule physicals on July 27 and Aug. 3, and Westwood Family Practice will conduct physicals on July 25 and Aug. 2. For appointments and more informa- tion, call 25%5335. TAKE AIM, MEAT The Indian Valley Shooting Club will hold its annual Golddigger Days Meat Shoot from 9:30 am. to 4 p.m. on Sunday, July 16 at a location 1-1/4 miles miles north of Greenville on Highway 89. Competitors can use handguns, .22 rifles, muzzleloaders, high-powered rifle and shotguns. Prizes include ham, steak, salami, chicken and jerky. SCOR OARD UPCOMING EVENTS Home teams in 8OtD Racing sctmauh= for  Oesqm SeawW in hobby atoc m(I total stk 8/5 High Desert racing @ 7 p.m. 8/12 High Desert racing @ 7 p.m. 8/19 E,luro race @ 7 D.m. 9/2 High Desert racing @ 7 p.m. 9/9 Hi Desert racing @ 7 p.m. LAIIEN HNB SCHOOL FOOTn._J.L 9/1 Lassen v. P.,eeral Valley @ 3:30 p,m. 9/8  v. Red Stuff @ 3:30 p.m. 9/15 Lassen v. Modoe @ 3:30 P.m. 9/22 Lassen v.  @ 3:30 p.m. 9/29  v. Foothill @ 3:30 p.m. 10/6 Lassen v.  O 3:30 p.m. 10/13  v. Coming @ 3:30 p.m. 10/20 Lassan v. Odmd @ 3:30 p.m. 10/27  v. Orovtlle @ 3:30 p.m. 11/3 Laeee v. Las Ptumas @ 3:30 p.m. AUTO RACING ssa Hi Dese, Dct standings th 6/24 Mottled P 1. Chris Oiexievcz (99) 444 2. Branon PNIli (55) 380 3. Shawn Simmons (21) 348 4. Scott Foreman (13) 326 5. Will Zinn (17) 322 6. X)hn Ward {60) 321 7. Jeff Chew (8) 306 S. Boyd Murchison (18) 285 9. Jim Lisby (83) 268 10. John Sl (97) 258 11. Mike Vivtlacqua (9) 257 12. Aaron Langslet (23) 222 13. Roger Loranzini (01) 195 14, Scott Boulctr (5) 171 15. Richard Papenhausen (4R) 122 16. Lennie Toolanen (7) 90 17. Travis peery (6) 66 18. Don Camilli (33) 64 19. Harvey Spears (78) 60 20. Gary Riesch (66) 37 21. Richard Brace (2R) 37 22. Chartie Schuck Jr. {16) 32 23. Carl Ftzsimmons (95) 32 24. Conrad Wilson (38) 31 25. John Toolanen (37) 30 26. Matt Michelli (911) 29 27. Joe'/Hubbard (44) 27 Hobby Stocks 1. Job vaughn (9) 471 2. Steve Ber (57) 459 3. Jay EvanS (8) 420 4. Allen vonBrarlt (21) 406 5. Gary Gillis (12) 339 6. David Bowers (88) 278 7. Paul Drake (4) 187 8. Herbie Williams (1) 169 9. Steve Goss (7) 149 10. Chns Olexwicz (8) 83 .:11. Jimmy Hoffman (CO) 54 12. Russell Rosario (33T) 40 13. Don Heuser (69) 40 14. Clint Pearson (57X) 37 15. Carl Weire (18) 36 16. Gene Cain (10) 35 17, Jaso Stelzriede (7) 36 Mini Stocks 1. Erica Harmon (69) 363 2. Paul Blacka Jr. (36) 349 3. Heather Retcher (30) 231 4. Jeff Drake (46) 214 5. Dawn Costa (22) 157 6. Clayton Skidmore (4) 152 7. Doug McGarva (61) 112 8. Joanna Costa (22) 49 9. Robert McKnight (24) 41 10. Elizabeth Peterso (17) 40 Cumulative top-five fimshes and troy dash wins at Susanville's Higt Desert Say Modifieds ..... 1st 2n 3, 4m 5mTD Olexievcz 4 4 1 0 0 5 Phillips 0 1 1 1 0 0 Ward 0 0 0 1 0 0 Simmons 3 1 2 0 0 3 Sloan 0 0 2 1 2 O Foreman 1 0 1 2 1 2 Lorenzini 2 1 1 0 0 1 Papenhausen 1 1 1 0 0 0 Chew 0 1 2 1 3 0 Usby O 0 0 0 2 O Brown 0 O 0 1 0 0 Zinn 0 1 0 1 1 0 Vtvllacqua 0 1 O 0 0 0 MurcisOn 0 0 0 1 0 O Boutcher 0 0 0 1 0 0 Reisch 0 0 O 1 0 0 Brace 0 0 0 0 1 0 PeeP/ 0 0 0 0 1 0 Hobby Stocks st 2j 3rd 4t 5m TD Evans 7 3 0 0 0 4 Vaun 3 1 2 2 1 6 Behr 0 2 7 0 0 2 Hofan 0 0 O 1 0 0 Drake 0 1 0 0 4 0 vonSran 0 0 3 5 1 O Gillis 2 2 0 0 2 0 Williams 0 1 O 2 0 O Welre 0 0 0 0 1 0 Rosario 0 O 0 1 0 0 Bowers 0 O O 1 1 0 Pearson 0 0 0 0 1 0 Oxii O 2 O 0 O 0 Goss O 0 0 0 1 0 Mini Stocks st 2ncl 3rd 4m 5t TD Harmon 4 1 1 1 1 2 BlackaJr. 0 3 1 1 2 3 McGarva O 1 1 1 0 O Retcter 0 0 4 2 0 0 Drake 3 1 0 0 1 2 Skidmore 0 0 0 2 0 1 McKni 0 1 0 O 0 0 D. Costa 1 1 1 0 0 1 NOK State Din Modifitl Race Series por standings 1. Jeff Chew, llO, 2. Chris Olexiewicz, 110, 3. John Stoan, 106, 4. Don Camilli, 102, 5. Lennie Toolanen, 96, 6. Jim Lisby, 91, 7. Boyd Murchison, 88, 8. Richard Papenhausen, SS, 9. Brandon Phillips, 82, 10. Mike Vivflaqua, 78, 11. Richard Brace, 76, 12. Roger Lorenzini, 72, 13. Matt Michelli, 69, 14. Joey Hubbard, 68, 15. Brian Cass, 65, 16. John Ward, 63, 17. Shaun Simmons, 40, 18. Scott Boutcher, 34, 19. Aaron Langstet, 33, 20. Carl FRzsimmons, 32, 21. Tim Bententendi. 30, 22. John Toolanen, 30, 23. Bill Ritchie, 29, 24. Will Zinn, 29, 25. Dustin Jenks, 28, 26. Ron Brown, 26. GOIN 1967 -- Eotine Knighton 1968 -- Joan Fff,erald 1969 -- Dee Coffer 1970- Nieci Emerson 1971 -- Zelma Serman 1972 -- Barbara Theiler 1973 -- Dolores Gasperoni 1974 -- Iris Davie 1975 -- Kay Baker 1976 -- taure Hemphill 1977 -- Jackie Millar 1978  Dolores Gasperoni 1979 -- Carol Gomez 1980 -- Carolyn Genii 1981 -- Barbara Theiler 1982 -- Dee Coffer 1983 -- Vi Sanchez 1984 -- Billie Paulsen 1985 -- Helen Keach 1986 -- Anita Williams 1987 -- Vn4an Prince 1988 -- Jill Jermson 1989 -- Louise Camacho 1990 -- Willa Utt 1991 -- Willa Utt 1992 -- Vi Sanchez 1993 -- Vi Sanchez 1994 -- Jill Johnson 1995 -- Gloria Porter 1996 -- Louise Carnacho 1997 -- Bet Horan 1998 -- Shetla Wtnearger 1999 -- Sheila Winebarger SKINNER Winston Cup finishes and Date Race 2/20 Daytona 500 2/27 Dura Lube/Kmart 400 3/6 CarsDirect.com 400 3/12 Cracker Barrel 500 3/19 Mall,corn 400 3/26 Food City 500 4/2 Direct 'IV 500 4/9 Goody's Body Pain 500 4/16 Diehard 500 4/30 Napa Auto Parts 500 5/6 Pontiac Excitement 400 5/28 Coca-Cola 600 6/4 MBNA Platinum 400 6/11 Kmart 400 6/18 Pocor 500 6/25 Save Mart/KraSen 350K 7/1 Pepsi 400 7/9 Now England 300 7/23 Pennsylvania 500 8/5 Brickyard 400 8/13 G. Crossing at The Glen 8/20 Pepsi 400 8/26 Goracing.com 500 9/3 Southern 500 9/9 Chevy Monte Carlo 400 9/17 Now Hampshire 300 9/24 MSNA Gold 400 10/1 Napa Auto Care 500 10/8 Pop Secret 400 10/15 Winston 500 11/5 CPecker/Dura Lube 50014 11/12 Pennzoil 400 11/19 NaDa 500 Wnston Cup r standings aer Pep 4OO Points 1. Bobby Labonte 2,527 2. Dale Eamhardt 2,475 3. Dale Jerrett 2,451 4. Ward Burton 2,347 5. Jeff Burton 2,314 6. Ricky Rudd 2,285 7. Mark Martin 2,283 8. Tony Stewart 2,270 9. Rusty Wallace 2,254 10. Jeff Gordon 2,193 11. Mike Skinner 2,044 12. Matt Kensat 1,967 13. Terry e 1,91S TRACK AND Northern Setic atime 100 meters 10.59 - Willie Clark 10.4 - Regale Stewart (Westwood) 10.6c - Rick Begley (AnOerson) 10.6c - Harve 10,68 - Michael Guider (Weed) 10.7c - Dick Lurl (Chico) 1957 10.7c. Howard King (WheatJand) 1 10.7c. Curtis Parks (McCIoud) 10.7c - Dave Ferraiuolo I0.7C. Allen 8tackmon (Willows) 10.7C - Eddie Carey (Quincy) 1978 10.7c - A.J. Jenkins (Chico 10.7 - Ed Stewart (Oroville) 1988 10.7. Mike Zimmerman (Odand) 10.7 - Willie Johnson 200 meters 21.16 - Willie Clark 21.1c - Dick Lurl (Chico) 1957 21.3c - Ed Bonner (Del Oro) 1969 21.4c - Rick Begley (Arerso) 21.5<; - Teddy Watson (Chico) 21.5<: - Burt Brady (Gridley) 1936 21.82 - Willie Johnson (Red 21,6c - Jack Adee (Chino) 1966 21.6 - Fred Lee (Big Valley) 1987 21.6 - Ed Stewart (Orovilie) 21.7c - Tom Wadsworth (Sutter) 21.7c - John Watson (Pierce) 191, 21.7c Dennis Berryman (McCtoud)  WITH SUMMER FINALLY HER[, IT'S TIME To START GETTING RUbY FOR We sell, service and install Toyostove & Monitor Heating RICHARDSON oil heati"00g systems 9 am - S pm Mon.- irri. Serving All of Plumas & Sierra Counties Call us today 283-0989 UC, 197 Plumas NEW! Gift Registry Stumped for a gift? Make sure your loved ones sign up Qnet's gift registry. 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