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Lassen County News Tuesday, July 18, 2000 tSA Crossroall. Information opens with ceremony Aug. 5 of the public are Press conference ceremony Crossroads 1 Pavilion on Satur- s conference for the at 1:30 p.m. and ceremony 2p.m. Park Service, with the U.S. and the Lassen have cooper- and complet- of exhibit shel- at the junc- [ghways 89 and to see this -ct provide visi- with orien- tation and information about the natural and cultural re- sources and recreational op- portunities available in Lassen National Forest, Lassen Vol- canic National Park, and the surrounding region," said Park Superintendent Marilyn H. Parris. This day also features the fifth annual 'Day In The Park' from 11 a.m. - 3 p.m. sponsored by the Lassen Park Founda- tion and the Lassen Loomis Museum Association. Parris has declared this a free en- trance day for the park. This event will feature musical per- formances by 'Mr. Habitat' Bill Oliver and Glen Waldeck, bar- becue contest, watermelon eat- ing contest, face painting, Indi- an ways program, puppet show, park demonstrations and book sigming by authors. The barbecue, contest and face painting is $10 for adults, $5 for children (12-6) and free for children under 6. The raffle and face painting tickets'are also available individually for $1 each. "This fund-raiser is just one of the ways our partners sup- port the park directly by fund- ing programs publications, trail restoration, wildlife re- search and resource preserva- tion," said Parris. For more information call park headquarters at (530) 595- 4444 Monday - Friday, 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. for TDD contact 595- 3480, health board asks r to make changes in rights advocate position "OUnty's Mental Board sent a Health Director -r requesting patient's rights the advocate is a mental The mental is part of the services de- Wrote Keeffer t's rights advo- be directly su- mental health health and hu- department. The SUch a move was avoid any per- conflict of in- said such po- advocate was Practice in many JOHN ASCUAGA'S NUGG PRESENTS Sili00l00l0000 THEATRE CINEMAS 257-7409 Main St., Susanville sed Keef- advocacy pro- be established. distinctly dif- s of the patient's and the par- the board rec- respnsibili- by two differ- IEI00CE SPA Wrap Facial The board also suggested Keeffer follow the state's rec- ommendation that the advo- cate's be housed in a location away from the mental health department's administrative and clinical offices. In addition, the board voted to ask for written clarification from the California Depart- ment of Mental Health and the California Office of Patients' Rights regarding the grievance process to be uti- lized by non-Medi-Cal clients/consumers. The board supported the rec- ommendations made during the Office of Patients' Rights Review in October. The board asked Keeffer for a response to its recommenda- tions at the next advisory board meeting held at 6 p.m. Aug. 8. Call the Times! 257-5321 In the Rose Ballroom i Daily Discount Matinee 1:15 1 g Now thru 7/20 Only g Sierra Theatre: CHiCKE. RU. FOREIGNER 7:00 & 8:45 (G) July 21-22 Uptown Cinemas: : ME, MYSELF & IRENE 9:00 (R) i Daily Discount Matinee 2:45 I I THE ADVENTURES OF I ROCKY & BULLWlNKLE 7:15 (PG) 00 ! I Daily Discount Matinee 1: I Held over thru at least 7/27 i II Sierra Theatre X-MEN 7:15 & 9:15 (PG-13) I I Daily Discount Matinee 117 1 Uptown Cinemas: I THE PATRIOT 7:30 (R) - I ii Daily Discount Matinee 1:5 I THE PERFECT STORM II Thru 7/20:6:45 & 9:15 l II (PG-13) -I Dally Discount Matinee 2:15 7/21 - 7/27:9:00 I Daily Discount Matinee 2:45 II SCARY MOVIE  ! 7:00 & 8:45 (R) | Daily Discount Matinee1:451  I Starts Fri. 7/21 i II Sierra Theatre: • SORRY NO PASSES: | LOSER _" I 7"00 & 9"00 (pG-13) _1 Dail; Discount Matinee 1:15" |l uptown cinernas[ || POKEMON 2,000 7:00 (G) 12:451 I Daily Discount Matinee I I 6:45 & 9:15 (pG-13) II I Daily Discount Matinee 2:00] | I Coming next W eek: I I "The KkJ" 2" I • Railroad / [ mi..= mm =roll In the Celebrity Showroom All-4-One July 20-26 LHS beautification f Photo It/Oe M011 Lassen High Summer School Maintenance Class students, from left, Jason Rodgers, Daniel Boland, Christian Tapia and their instructor, Buzz Butt, have been busy sprucing up the campus by building benches, painting doors and planting more than 100 trees donated by California Correctional Center horticulture instrm> tor Tony Esparza. , ,,,,J Dean ,,. Buy One Ntght l A rK rloneer R. V. Park ........... "- .... • 62 RV & Travel Trailer Spaces o PulI Thrus . 30/50 Amp Service l Get One Night: • Paved Interior Roads • Easy Parking, No Need to Unhitch I • Clean Restrooms with Handicap Facilities • On Site Managers i I • Laundromat • Paved Sites • LP Gas • RV Supplies Nearby: • Public Pool • Groceries • Park with Playground TRANQUILffY UNDER THETREES FAIRGROUNDS RD & PIONEER RD IN EAST QUINCY (530) 283-0769 • 1 (888) 216-3266 FREE Resrat Required 1110 mile off Hwy 70 .... °----:'k t A w Iii m iill iiii iiii m iliili iili iii IiI iiili i i m m iii lii iml, i • Commercial • New Roofs • Continuous Gutters • Vinyl Windows FAMILY ROOV I • Residential • Mobiles • Metal Composition or Wood Shingles • Siding • Pole Barns ° Concrete and more We Build .Custom Metal Steps and Railings For Pro.cites & Entrys , OUR WORK - GUARA_PfI'EED _ 35 YFJS FEPJENCE Lassen County News Tuesday, July 18, 2000 tSA Crossroall. Information opens with ceremony Aug. 5 of the public are Press conference ceremony Crossroads 1 Pavilion on Satur- s conference for the at 1:30 p.m. and ceremony 2p.m. Park Service, with the U.S. and the Lassen have cooper- and complet- of exhibit shel- at the junc- [ghways 89 and to see this -ct provide visi- with orien- tation and information about the natural and cultural re- sources and recreational op- portunities available in Lassen National Forest, Lassen Vol- canic National Park, and the surrounding region," said Park Superintendent Marilyn H. Parris. This day also features the fifth annual 'Day In The Park' from 11 a.m. - 3 p.m. sponsored by the Lassen Park Founda- tion and the Lassen Loomis Museum Association. Parris has declared this a free en- trance day for the park. This event will feature musical per- formances by 'Mr. Habitat' Bill Oliver and Glen Waldeck, bar- becue contest, watermelon eat- ing contest, face painting, Indi- an ways program, puppet show, park demonstrations and book sigming by authors. The barbecue, contest and face painting is $10 for adults, $5 for children (12-6) and free for children under 6. The raffle and face painting tickets'are also available individually for $1 each. "This fund-raiser is just one of the ways our partners sup- port the park directly by fund- ing programs publications, trail restoration, wildlife re- search and resource preserva- tion," said Parris. For more information call park headquarters at (530) 595- 4444 Monday - Friday, 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. for TDD contact 595- 3480, health board asks r to make changes in rights advocate position "OUnty's Mental Board sent a Health Director -r requesting patient's rights the advocate is a mental The mental is part of the services de- Wrote Keeffer t's rights advo- be directly su- mental health health and hu- department. The SUch a move was avoid any per- conflict of in- said such po- advocate was Practice in many JOHN ASCUAGA'S NUGG PRESENTS Sili00l00l0000 THEATRE CINEMAS 257-7409 Main St., Susanville sed Keef- advocacy pro- be established. distinctly dif- s of the patient's and the par- the board rec- respnsibili- by two differ- IEI00CE SPA Wrap Facial The board also suggested Keeffer follow the state's rec- ommendation that the advo- cate's be housed in a location away from the mental health department's administrative and clinical offices. In addition, the board voted to ask for written clarification from the California Depart- ment of Mental Health and the California Office of Patients' Rights regarding the grievance process to be uti- lized by non-Medi-Cal clients/consumers. The board supported the rec- ommendations made during the Office of Patients' Rights Review in October. The board asked Keeffer for a response to its recommenda- tions at the next advisory board meeting held at 6 p.m. Aug. 8. Call the Times! 257-5321 In the Rose Ballroom i Daily Discount Matinee 1:15 1 g Now thru 7/20 Only g Sierra Theatre: CHiCKE. RU. FOREIGNER 7:00 & 8:45 (G) July 21-22 Uptown Cinemas: : ME, MYSELF & IRENE 9:00 (R) i Daily Discount Matinee 2:45 I I THE ADVENTURES OF I ROCKY & BULLWlNKLE 7:15 (PG) 00 ! I Daily Discount Matinee 1: I Held over thru at least 7/27 i II Sierra Theatre X-MEN 7:15 & 9:15 (PG-13) I I Daily Discount Matinee 117 1 Uptown Cinemas: I THE PATRIOT 7:30 (R) - I ii Daily Discount Matinee 1:5 I THE PERFECT STORM II Thru 7/20:6:45 & 9:15 l II (PG-13) -I Dally Discount Matinee 2:15 7/21 - 7/27:9:00 I Daily Discount Matinee 2:45 II SCARY MOVIE  ! 7:00 & 8:45 (R) | Daily Discount Matinee1:451  I Starts Fri. 7/21 i II Sierra Theatre: • SORRY NO PASSES: | LOSER _" I 7"00 & 9"00 (pG-13) _1 Dail; Discount Matinee 1:15" |l uptown cinernas[ || POKEMON 2,000 7:00 (G) 12:451 I Daily Discount Matinee I I 6:45 & 9:15 (pG-13) II I Daily Discount Matinee 2:00] | I Coming next W eek: I I "The KkJ" 2" I • Railroad / [ mi..= mm =roll In the Celebrity Showroom All-4-One July 20-26 LHS beautification f Photo It/Oe M011 Lassen High Summer School Maintenance Class students, from left, Jason Rodgers, Daniel Boland, Christian Tapia and their instructor, Buzz Butt, have been busy sprucing up the campus by building benches, painting doors and planting more than 100 trees donated by California Correctional Center horticulture instrm> tor Tony Esparza. , ,,,,J Dean ,,. Buy One Ntght l A rK rloneer R. V. Park ........... "- .... • 62 RV & Travel Trailer Spaces o PulI Thrus . 30/50 Amp Service l Get One Night: • Paved Interior Roads • Easy Parking, No Need to Unhitch I • Clean Restrooms with Handicap Facilities • On Site Managers i I • Laundromat • Paved Sites • LP Gas • RV Supplies Nearby: • Public Pool • Groceries • Park with Playground TRANQUILffY UNDER THETREES FAIRGROUNDS RD & PIONEER RD IN EAST QUINCY (530) 283-0769 • 1 (888) 216-3266 FREE Resrat Required 1110 mile off Hwy 70 .... °----:'k t A w Iii m iill iiii iiii m iliili iili iii IiI iiili i i m m iii lii iml, i • Commercial • New Roofs • Continuous Gutters • Vinyl Windows FAMILY ROOV I • Residential • Mobiles • Metal Composition or Wood Shingles • Siding • Pole Barns ° Concrete and more We Build .Custom Metal Steps and Railings For Pro.cites & Entrys , OUR WORK - GUARA_PfI'EED _ 35 YFJS FEPJENCE