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4C Tuesday, July 18, 2000 Susanville Sports L District champs Susanville UtUe League's Major League all- stars captured the District 48 championship in Burney last week and advanced to Section 2 Championships Saturday. Thursday, July 22-27 in Eureka. The boys defeated Feather River 7-3, Quincy 8-0, Burney 13-3 and Quincy again in the championship game 11-5. Mitch Murphy hurled a near perfect game to beat Quincy. The all-stars are, back row from left, coaches Larry Sherburne, Lonnle Hadden and John Boitano; middle, Derek Estes, Austin Nyman, Keeton Moore, John Boitano, Mitch Murphy, Jacob Hadden, Randy Brooks, Mitch Lively; front, Bryan Sherburne, Daniel Zelwick, Sergio Callegari, Eric Wright, Christian Edwards and Daniel Hartrum. Phoo by Rob B-ockmeyer Plumas horse show announcer gets honored By Victoria Matcalf Staff Writer Longtime horse show an- nouncer, former participant and president of the Plumas- Sierra County Fair Board, Leonard Ross, was honored Wednesday, June 27 as the new equestrian center was named in his honor. Spearheaded by Fair Direc- tor Bill Long of Sierra County, the name was recommended as a way to honor a man who has been involved in the fair for nearly 60 years. "He began as a teenaged horse show exhibitor about 1940 (1942)," Long told other di- Q rectors. "He soon moved on to become horse show announcer and master of ceremonies, a job he continues to fulfill with grace and enthusiasm. "During his many years on the Plumas County Board of Supervisors (16 years), he was a fierce champion of the fair," Long said. As supervisor, Ross sat in on the fair board. That position is now held by Super- visor Phil Bresciani. When Ross left the Board of Supervisors, he was appointed to the fair board 11 years ago. He is serving his second year as president of that board. "The equestrian arena pro- LHS fa[J sche(JuJes in ScoPeboaPd ject is one he has long advocat- ed, and it's opening fair time event," Long said. "The Draft Horse Classic, is a show he personally brought to fruition." In voting to name the arena The Leonard Ross Arena, Long also recommended a ceremony formally naming the arena, to be held on opening night, Wednesday, Aug. 9. 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Huff gol CourSe 3:00 pm SatUrda Longest orNe - Closest to gole Longest putt prizes BOWLING Best 1 or 2 Balls per frame Lake Almanor Bowling Center 9:00 am Saturday 4 Frame Strike Prize .oese Greenville Campground 7220 PM Saturday 3rd Throw Ringer Prize PRIZES CASH TEE SHIRTS mi m i mmm iN im iNN im im i ml wil mim mi i ii i m iN mm m m m m i I r'"'--- i ENTRY FORM : THRIATHALON OF FUN Money goes toward Hawaii 2000 I ' , ugust 5th, 2000 4 person teams Men's teams or women's teams or coed Three events $45.00 entry fee per person for golf, bowling I--lit7 mull w uB I I I and horseshoes, all.3 events. y participant gets a tee siirt (if preregistered) [ Sponsored by Greenville High School Boys Basketball Teams Call John Holland for details 530-284-7223 (evenings) Team name: Team members: Phone # Make checks payable to Greenville High School Boys m Send to John Holland 172 Hot Springs Road Greenville, CA 95947 L lie Ilm l iml ill ml ill mml Illl oil' ill m m I Iml lill IS Il Illl liD ill     ,! i 4C Tuesday, July 18, 2000 Susanville Sports L District champs Susanville UtUe League's Major League all- stars captured the District 48 championship in Burney last week and advanced to Section 2 Championships Saturday. Thursday, July 22-27 in Eureka. The boys defeated Feather River 7-3, Quincy 8-0, Burney 13-3 and Quincy again in the championship game 11-5. Mitch Murphy hurled a near perfect game to beat Quincy. The all-stars are, back row from left, coaches Larry Sherburne, Lonnle Hadden and John Boitano; middle, Derek Estes, Austin Nyman, Keeton Moore, John Boitano, Mitch Murphy, Jacob Hadden, Randy Brooks, Mitch Lively; front, Bryan Sherburne, Daniel Zelwick, Sergio Callegari, Eric Wright, Christian Edwards and Daniel Hartrum. Phoo by Rob B-ockmeyer Plumas horse show announcer gets honored By Victoria Matcalf Staff Writer Longtime horse show an- nouncer, former participant and president of the Plumas- Sierra County Fair Board, Leonard Ross, was honored Wednesday, June 27 as the new equestrian center was named in his honor. Spearheaded by Fair Direc- tor Bill Long of Sierra County, the name was recommended as a way to honor a man who has been involved in the fair for nearly 60 years. "He began as a teenaged horse show exhibitor about 1940 (1942)," Long told other di- Q rectors. "He soon moved on to become horse show announcer and master of ceremonies, a job he continues to fulfill with grace and enthusiasm. "During his many years on the Plumas County Board of Supervisors (16 years), he was a fierce champion of the fair," Long said. As supervisor, Ross sat in on the fair board. That position is now held by Super- visor Phil Bresciani. When Ross left the Board of Supervisors, he was appointed to the fair board 11 years ago. He is serving his second year as president of that board. "The equestrian arena pro- LHS fa[J sche(JuJes in ScoPeboaPd ject is one he has long advocat- ed, and it's opening fair time event," Long said. "The Draft Horse Classic, is a show he personally brought to fruition." In voting to name the arena The Leonard Ross Arena, Long also recommended a ceremony formally naming the arena, to be held on opening night, Wednesday, Aug. 9. Premium Quality Turf ~ Since 1988 Ask about our Homeowner's Green Carpet Treatment Ask about our Premium Quality Turf Ask about Free Roots Organic Fertilizer with your purchase 1-800-540-8873 290 Kietzke Lane Rend, Nevada 89502 . , i i II years experience with Social and SSI cases at all levels of NO FEE UNLESS YOU ARE DISABILITY If you're totally disabled and expect to be work 12 months or more, you may merit Security Disability even if you've been denied, Any reason may qualify: mental or physical illness, on-the-job ol job injury. Laws are being tightened. representation is critical. Disability can take your case to every level, incf{Jding court. Call for FREE (702) 825-161 TOLL-FREE 1 se habla espafiol ...... DISABILITY ASSOCIATES Saturday, August 5th, 2000 GOLF Best Ball scramble Nlt. Huff gol CourSe 3:00 pm SatUrda Longest orNe - Closest to gole Longest putt prizes BOWLING Best 1 or 2 Balls per frame Lake Almanor Bowling Center 9:00 am Saturday 4 Frame Strike Prize .oese Greenville Campground 7220 PM Saturday 3rd Throw Ringer Prize PRIZES CASH TEE SHIRTS mi m i mmm iN im iNN im im i ml wil mim mi i ii i m iN mm m m m m i I r'"'--- i ENTRY FORM : THRIATHALON OF FUN Money goes toward Hawaii 2000 I ' , ugust 5th, 2000 4 person teams Men's teams or women's teams or coed Three events $45.00 entry fee per person for golf, bowling I--lit7 mull w uB I I I and horseshoes, all.3 events. y participant gets a tee siirt (if preregistered) [ Sponsored by Greenville High School Boys Basketball Teams Call John Holland for details 530-284-7223 (evenings) Team name: Team members: Phone # Make checks payable to Greenville High School Boys m Send to John Holland 172 Hot Springs Road Greenville, CA 95947 L lie Ilm l iml ill ml ill mml Illl oil' ill m m I Iml lill IS Il Illl liD ill     ,! i