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Cmmty News Tuesday, Nov. 14,2000 'llA ! m officials for donations Cials don't labor and a log cabin )Unty Youth :Y Schools Pace told ation last almost materials do- Le logs in the logs t ,re Protec- ogs for the the trees work Fire in in actual are cured, couple get going," Pace said. Three years ago, CDF's An- telope Camp at the California Correctional Center adopted the 67-acre facility operated by the County Office of Educa- tion. Sixth graders from all over Lassen County spend four days at the camp each fall as part of the county outdoor edu- cation program. Pace said the camp advisory board came up with the idea several years ago of building a two-bedroom cabin for camp visitors. Current plans call for building the cabin just uphill from the new boat dock "so the view would be downhill to the dock and the lake," Pace said. "It's like the Lincoln Bed- room," said Board Member Tony Miscione. "Yes, but no charge," Pace said. "If somebody wanted to rent it we wouldn't have to open up the whole camp." The original design included dry wall, Pace said. Now, the design completed by NST Engi- neering calls for building a box with a roof, then cutting out the windows and the doors. "We wanted to make it sim- ple," Pace said, "because prob- ably the Antelope crew will be doing a lot of the construc- tion." While the goal is to have all the labor and materials donat- ed, Pace said the office of edu- cation may have to buy a stove and washing machine. However, he said donations from local service clubs may help pay for those appliances. He also hopes to fred plumbers and electricians who will do- nate time for the project. "When I got here (in March 1998) the dock and the cabin were big issues the advisory group had on the plate for a long time," Pace said. He added the fire crews think of the project as "our legacy to the youth camp." work means delays lied in and 13- Inter- be- No de- repair ay in the 0v. 14.16. control be- drilling from Willow Creek to Adin Nov. 15 and 16. One-way traffic control between 8:30 a.m. and 3:30 p.m. Delays - 10 minutes. Route 299- Shoulder repair operations underway from two miles west to two miles east of Big Valley Mt. Summit Nov. 13, 14, and 17. One-way traffic control between 8:30 a.m. and 3:30 p.m. Delays- 10 minutes. Route 395 - Shoulder main- tenance operations underway 10 miles south of Doyle, Nov. 13 - 17. One-way traffic control between 9 a.m. and 3 p.m. De- lays- five minutes. Route 395- Shoulder repair operations scheduled from two miles south of Milford to seven miles north (Milford to the Honey Lake rest area) Nov. 13 - 17. One-way traffic control be- tween 8 a.m. and 3:30 p.m. De- lays- 10 minutes. You only invest in commodities with growth potential. So do we. Pet of the Week Max, an 8.year-old, male basset hound can be adopted at the Lassen County Animal Shelter on Johntonville Road next to the Su- sanville Airport. Each month, the name of an adopter is chosen and the spay or neutering fees are reimbursed to that person. Call the Rar 257-9200. Pholo by Dave Moir Clean Whole Ho', to 700 sq.ft, of carpet O0 - Commercial > ',We Save Seize the modem. It's an exclusive offer from 9our hometown internet-2 months free Internet access when you purchase gour first month. Surf the eb, shop online and A A .. email holida9 photos as much as gou like with unlimited 56k dial-up access. Just call 1-800-ONEMAIN or visit an authorized . your homstown internst agent. But don't wait. An offer this good won't last long. An mattun Cmmty News Tuesday, Nov. 14,2000 'llA ! m officials for donations Cials don't labor and a log cabin )Unty Youth :Y Schools Pace told ation last almost materials do- Le logs in the logs t ,re Protec- ogs for the the trees work Fire in in actual are cured, couple get going," Pace said. Three years ago, CDF's An- telope Camp at the California Correctional Center adopted the 67-acre facility operated by the County Office of Educa- tion. Sixth graders from all over Lassen County spend four days at the camp each fall as part of the county outdoor edu- cation program. Pace said the camp advisory board came up with the idea several years ago of building a two-bedroom cabin for camp visitors. Current plans call for building the cabin just uphill from the new boat dock "so the view would be downhill to the dock and the lake," Pace said. "It's like the Lincoln Bed- room," said Board Member Tony Miscione. "Yes, but no charge," Pace said. "If somebody wanted to rent it we wouldn't have to open up the whole camp." The original design included dry wall, Pace said. Now, the design completed by NST Engi- neering calls for building a box with a roof, then cutting out the windows and the doors. "We wanted to make it sim- ple," Pace said, "because prob- ably the Antelope crew will be doing a lot of the construc- tion." While the goal is to have all the labor and materials donat- ed, Pace said the office of edu- cation may have to buy a stove and washing machine. However, he said donations from local service clubs may help pay for those appliances. He also hopes to fred plumbers and electricians who will do- nate time for the project. "When I got here (in March 1998) the dock and the cabin were big issues the advisory group had on the plate for a long time," Pace said. He added the fire crews think of the project as "our legacy to the youth camp." work means delays lied in and 13- Inter- be- No de- repair ay in the 0v. 14.16. control be- drilling from Willow Creek to Adin Nov. 15 and 16. One-way traffic control between 8:30 a.m. and 3:30 p.m. Delays - 10 minutes. Route 299- Shoulder repair operations underway from two miles west to two miles east of Big Valley Mt. Summit Nov. 13, 14, and 17. One-way traffic control between 8:30 a.m. and 3:30 p.m. Delays- 10 minutes. Route 395 - Shoulder main- tenance operations underway 10 miles south of Doyle, Nov. 13 - 17. One-way traffic control between 9 a.m. and 3 p.m. De- lays- five minutes. Route 395- Shoulder repair operations scheduled from two miles south of Milford to seven miles north (Milford to the Honey Lake rest area) Nov. 13 - 17. One-way traffic control be- tween 8 a.m. and 3:30 p.m. De- lays- 10 minutes. You only invest in commodities with growth potential. So do we. Pet of the Week Max, an 8.year-old, male basset hound can be adopted at the Lassen County Animal Shelter on Johntonville Road next to the Su- sanville Airport. Each month, the name of an adopter is chosen and the spay or neutering fees are reimbursed to that person. Call the Rar 257-9200. Pholo by Dave Moir Clean Whole Ho', to 700 sq.ft, of carpet O0 - Commercial > ',We Save Seize the modem. It's an exclusive offer from 9our hometown internet-2 months free Internet access when you purchase gour first month. Surf the eb, shop online and A A .. email holida9 photos as much as gou like with unlimited 56k dial-up access. Just call 1-800-ONEMAIN or visit an authorized . your homstown internst agent. But don't wait. An offer this good won't last long. An mattun