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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 24 September 2008

'I i ■ ~4 The Weaverville Chapter of Ducks Unlimited would like to thank the generous donors who helped make the 2008 Ducks Unlimited Fundraising Dinner the best in our history. Thanks... AND THANKS AGAIN! By PHIL NELSON Donation makes a splash Umpqua Bank recently donated $ 3,000 to the Lowden Aquatic Park Project. Accepting the check from bank manager Trina Stokley is LAPP President Graham Matthews. Celtic music at Performing Arts Center Violinist Jamie Laval Join in the annual quilt show Now living in Asheville, N. C., Laval pursues his interest in the musical and cultural links that tie together his Appalachian home with the rest of the Celtic Diaspora. Tickets are available at Susie’s Box Office Café and Mamma Llama Coffeehouse, $ 12 presale, $ 15 at the door and $ 7 for students. A classically trained symphony musician in his earlier years, Laval redirected his musical efforts into the haunting sounds of rural Irish folk music. He takes his audience on an emotional journey ran...

Publication Title: Trinity Journal
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 24 September 2008

Next Monday, Sept. 29, all Sparkies are asked to meet at the Old Gym at 10 a. m. for a working meeting. This is also a good time for residents to bring any items they would like to donate to the Sparkies Rummage Sale, which will be held on Oct. 3 and 4. Please remember, that if the items are broken, missing parts, or very soiled, they will not be accepted. Call Dona Hubbard at 778-9852 to make arrangements for dropping stuff off at another time. If you are interested in having a table at the rummage sale, send your $ 10 check to the Sparkies at PO Box 594, Lewiston CA 96052. Hey, no burning! The Lewiston Fire Department went on a smoke check last week, The Lewiston Trails Group will host a hike to the Natural Bridge off Wildwood Road this Saturday, Sept. 27. Meet at Douglas City at 9: 30 a. m. to carpool. Following the hike, there will be an ice cream social at Jerry Hauke’s home. Call Jerry at 623-4132 for more info. The Trails Group will also be doing a special hike on Sunday, Oct...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 24 September 2008

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 24 September 2008

XLT 4x4 QUAD CAB, 4.0, auto, A/ C, 45k miles, super clean! $$$ # B21748. 623-3277 FILO PERALTA Seamless Rain Gutter Cleaning & Maintenance Repairs & New Installation Display 9-24-1tc 9-17-tfc TRADE: Will trade two like new snow mobiles for CLASSIC CAR. Approximate value $ 20k. Wayne - 623-1917. ‘ 95 SUBARU WAGON AWD, 4 cyl, 5-speed, A/ C. $ 2,995, # 336927. NU TU YU AUTO SALES 623-5050 ‘ 04 SUBARU OUTBACK AWD WAGON. Super clean, 4 cyl., auto, loaded. White/ tan. $ 10,995, # 607059. ‘ 86 ISUZU 2-DR. TROOPER 4x4, 4 cyl., 5-speed. One owner. Very clean! $ 2,495, # 448910. ‘ 94 CHEVROLET 4x4 1500 X-TRA CAB, V8, 5-speed. Excellent cheap truck. $ 2,995, # 151331. ‘ 00 FORD RANGER 9-10-tfc CARS & 1999 PONTIAC GRAND PRIX GT— 4-door, 3.8 V6, auto, power everything. Fun red car! $ 4,000 OBO. 739-5420. GREAT GRANDPA selling his 1985 TOYOTA COROLLA and buying his last dream car. Recent tires, brakes, alternator, tune-up and oil change. Stock A/ C, front wheel...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 24 September 2008

H823/ 2104407 NEW CUSTOM HOME ON 2.5 ACRES. Gorgeous 3 bed, 2.75 bath 1900+ sq ft home in Lewiston with lots of granite, tile & hickory flooring. Beautiful & custom built throughout. Private setting surrounded by tall trees. Must see to appreciate! $ 485,000. H833/ 2104544 LOVELY HOME + GUEST CABIN-UPPER SALT FLAT RD. 2460 sq ft house has 3 bed, 2 baths with oak floors, knotty alder doors, granite countertops, covered trex deck & wood stove. Guest cabin is 1200 sq ft. Good views with loads of privacy. Bring your dreams-it needs a final touch! REDUCED to $ 450,000 Additional 5.5 acre parcel with well for $ 180,000. CLOSE TO WEAVERVILLE CENTER. Very nice 3 bed, 1 bath home with additional guest cottage in a convenient location. Pretty knotty pine living room & large bedrooms with ceiling fans. Guest cottage has it own bath & heat & could be an art studio, crafts room, etc. Move in & make it your home! ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 24 September 2008

in Todd’s Hall, and, although not yet fully under way, the boys complain A group of local citizens have formed a steering committee to study the feasibility of having a performing arts/ convention-meeting center built in Weaverville. Discussions and public input are sought regarding the type of building, types of activities, groups that might be interested in having space in the complex, etc. ( Author’s Note: It took 25 years to do this, and because of the tenacity of Trinitarians, we are all enjoying the fruits of their vision. Thank you.) 25 YEARS AGO Wednesday, Sept. 22, 1983 Fifty-nine persons, some of them from places like Redding and the Bay Area, participated Monday in a U. S. Postal Service civil service examination for one part-time postal clerk position open in Hayfork. Examination Specialist Ken Biskner said,“ There is a lot of folks out of work.” He noted that the beginning pay of $ 10.37 an hour is quite attractive in rural areas. while she does the family shopping Weav...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 1 October 2008

Snapshot captures lion attacking deer on lawn This was seconds before John Moniot’s camera flash scared off the cougar. By AMY GITTELSOHN Newcomers to the Coffee Creek area, Sheri Cooper and her family found out the hard way that family pets look a lot like dinner to certain critters in the neighborhood. Cooper, her daughter Brandy Barcelos, and two young grandchildren moved to Coffee Creek in February and then to the home on East Fork Road in May. Cooper had been living in Santa Cruz and wanted to be closer to her mother, who lives in Coffee Creek. Her daughter and grandchildren moved from Hayward. “We weren’t educated on the mountain lion situation,” Cooper said. Two of their housecats vanished without a trace on consecutive days in July. Thinking they may have been taken by a coyote or fox, Cooper began bringing the remaining cats in at night. Then on Sunday, Sept. 21, Cooper’s beloved tabby cat Tommy was snatched right before her eyes. It was about 6: 15 p. m., Cooper said, and ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 1 October 2008

Al Anon, Willow Creek, 5: 30 p. m., Willow Creek Resource Center. ( NA) Weaverville, noon, outdoors, Just for Today, Holy Trinity Lutheran Church on Hwy. 299. Free adult ballroom dance class, 7: 30 p. m., Moose Hall in Lewiston. Call Judy at 7783465. by PHIL NELSON Looking for a home Pete is a 4-month-old, tan and white, Labrador retriever cross available for adoption at the Trinity County Animal Shelter. Call ACO Christine Edwards at 623-1370. Hours for the shelter at the end of Mountain View Street are Monday through Friday from 10 a. m. to 4 p. m. The shelter has a webpage, www. geocities. com/ trctyanshelter. ( AA) Willow Creek, 7 p. m., Senior Resource Center on Highway 299. ( NA) Weaverville, noon, Holy Trinity Lutheran Church on Hwy. 299. Crochet Class, 6-8 p. m., class fee. Taught by Thora Ziegler, at The Golden Needles, 493 Main St., Weaverville. Free drop-in adult volleyball, 7 p. m., Lewiston Elementary School gym ( except in summer – behind Lewiston Hotel on Sand Ct.). C...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 1 October 2008

elves to, can survive out of water for a week and then de- tach themselves when intro- duced i nto a n ew b ody o f w a- ter. In their microscopic stage, they can also be transported in bilges, ballast water, live wells and other equipment that holds water. having boat registration and inspection programs in place for Ruth Lake by the end of this year or early in 2009. The closure to boaters from outside of the area was announced jus t prior to the bus y Labor Da y weekend. It is expec ted to remain in ef-fect until new programs are ado pted to preven t a possi-ble infestation of the inva-sive quagga and zebra mus-sels. The district anticipates Fearing devastating im-pacts if invasive species of mussels that have contami-nated many lakes in South-ern California make their way north, the Humboldt Ba y Munici pal Water District re-cently issued a tem porary closure of Ruth Lake to all boats that are not registered in either Trinity or Humboldt counties. By S A LLY M ORRI S Trinit y Co...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 1 October 2008

Brenda Lee, Pamela Dishman, Claudette Vielbig, Sue Allison Barry Leeder Distributor Phil Nelson Photography Published by Trinity Journal, Inc. Mike Wenninger, President Forest Service is defended WE MAKE ARNOLD WEAR A PINE COME &U|T.„ME DRINKS AU>T TW&WAY WHEN HE FALU OUT OF THE TREE STAND HE OOES"MT SCARE OFF TME GAME When we first moved to Trinity County, our hearts were touched by the kindness and generosity of the people here. Whenever a person or family was going through hardship, you would often see cans in businesses to collect funds to help out. People often will set up special accounts for the families or people in need. Whenever disaster strikes, Trinitarians will usually give until it hurts. Until this summer. There have been many different names for this past summer — SOS ( Summer of Smoke), The Lost Summer, etc. None of them accurately describes what can only be called a disaster for Trinity County businesses. Some of the local merchan...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 1 October 2008

mS&m for Wolfpack Homecoming win 50 Years Professional Healthcare Experience Paid for by Carol Bethke Candidate for Director Highland Art Center presents for October 2008 The 24 th Annual Juried Art Show Awards Presentation • 6 pm Deception for the Artists October 4 • 5 pm to 8 pm Wings by Frederick Hazard -Best of Show, 2007 Juried Art Show Join us for the new Awards Presentation ceremony. Winners in each category will be introduced. 1 st , 2 nd & 3 rd place award winners will select a unique, handmade 'CD Pibbon' created by local artists. 26 Highland Art Center 691 Main Street • P.O. Box 1270' Weaverville 623-5111 • ww.highlandartoenter.org Exhibition dates: October 4 - Refreshments will be served. Garden Café The Open for Dinner at 5 pm every Friday, Saturday & Sunday This week featuring: Fresh Grilled Salmon • Stuffed Manicotti also featuring Eggs Benedict every Sunday morning 670 Main St., Weaverville• For reservations • 623-2058 Photos by PH...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 1 October 2008

623-5407.— Carol Bethke OCTOBER... NATIONAL FIRE PREVENTION MONTH Thank you Fire Fighters for all you do! Chris Brown placed 13th with a time of 13: 40. Erik Watson followed in 15th place with 13: 52. Rounding out the top 20 was Willy Bishop at 14: 40 and Stephen Harwood The eighth-grade boys had three runners in the top 10. Dillon Leiper ran a 13: 10 for ninth place and Joseph Joslyn ran 13: 24 for 10th place. Sean Taylor continued his dominance over local runners, winning the eighthgrade boys’ division with an amazing 11: 52 time for the two-mile course. The Weaverville Elementary School Cross Country team attended the Foothill High School meet on Sept. 25 at the Foothill cross country course. The next meet is Oct. 2 at Kids Kingdom in Redding. In the seventh-grade division, Izak Steele finished with the best overall time for all divisions at 11: 42. Izak won his third title of the season. For the rest of the sev-enth-graders from WES and all the other schools, a meet organizer un...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 1 October 2008

pumpkins for children ages 1 to 5, and crafts and snacks for everyone. Kindergarten and preschool teachers who wish to schedule individual class fi eld trips in October are asked to call Sonja Williams, project coordinator, at 778-0120. These events are sponsored by the California Northwest Resource Conservation Development Council and First 5 of Trinity County. It’s time for the fall Pumpkin Patch at the Children’s Garden Projects in Weaverville and Hayfork. The Pumpkin Patch at Lowden Park in Weaverville will be open two Fridays, Oct. 10 and 17, from noon to p. m. The Pumpkin Patch in Hayfork at the Fairgrounds will be open on two Mondays, Oct. 13 and 20, from noon to p. m. Everyone is welcome. The events will include free Pumpkin Patch time Kids 7-9 – Katlyn Smith, 1st ; Cedar Stewart, 2nd. 10-11 – Matt Wiseman, 1st; Kacy Heinrici, 2nd. 12-13 – Boston Jones 1st; Trevor Atterberry, 2nd; Hanna Henrici, 3rd; Mark Mills, Women’s Open: Hanna Henrici, 1st; Loretta Thomas, 2nd. Men 0-14...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 1 October 2008

'A The TRINITY JOURNAL Salyer and Hayfork lined up for grants October 1, 2008 strategy and assist in efforts to prepare the new economic development element of the county’s general plan. really into trouble this time of year. A large, comprehensive and modern system that fi lters and cholorinates would be wonderful for our area.” shot. She later saw the older female mountain lion weighing about 120 pounds that Millsap had killed. Cooper shared tips Adkins gave her to instill in the children: Always go out in pairs. Never run from a mountain lion. Maintain eye contact. looked to be the opposite direction from where Cooper had last seen the mountain lion headed. Millsap followed, and a while later Cooper heard a that proximity of the house. At around 8 years old,“ you don’t fi nd them much older than that in the wild,” she said. Proponents of an update to a ten-year-old feasibility study for developing a community water system in Salyer and a study to determine the feasibility of esta...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 1 October 2008

HELP SHAPE THE FUTURE OF HEALTHCARE IN TRINITY COUNTY October 9, 2008 6 p. m. Human Response Network 111 Mountain View Weaverville CA 96093 Conference Room Later this month watch for the Clothesline Project displays. These are tee-shirts with messages that will both appall and move you. They speak to the experiences of many, many victims of personal violence. And these messages are not from others outside Trinity County. Every tee-shirt message was handmade by a woman, child Ribbons are available at the Human Response Network business offi ce on Mountain View Street in Weaverville and at the HRN satellite offi ce at the Hayfork Community Center on Tule Creek Road. By PHIL NELSON Alasdair Fraser and Natalie Haas Scottish fi ddler will perform here Oct. 12 Fall ! New Carpet Whole House of Carpet $ 2,399 based on 900 sq. ft. of carpet LIC # 327582 Mon. - Fri. ............ 9: 00 - 5: 30 Saturday .............. 9: 00 - 1: 00 3 styles & 45 colors to choose from STODE 1306 Nugg...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 1 October 2008

Thursday: Chili relleno casserole, refried beans, spinach salad, rice, custard do so at time when you will have a little“ jingle” in your pockets. We will be making our first monthly trip to Redding, for medical and dental appointments, starting Tuesday, Oct. 21. Call on Thursday, Oct. 16, with your schedule so we may reserve a space for you. We will be making these trips to Redding for medical and dental On Wednesday, Oct. 8, during both lunch servings, there will be a Hawai-ian-theme birthday celebration for those seniors having a birthday during October. We will have the monthly birthday celebrations on the second Wednesday of each month. Come and help the seniors celebrate their birthdays. Aloha! On Saturday, Oct. 18, we are having Marathon Bingo. All you bingo enthusiasts, please come and enjoy the allday event. On Saturday, Nov. 15, we are having our Early Christmas Bazaar. This will be the opportunity to pick up some Christmas gifts early and appointments on the third Tuesday...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 1 October 2008

r sSftfSi I fM LI r\- •« —r ,"!!'»i •» —T a** a? ■ ■ Mm A blue and green quilt created by Debbie Hall was won by Bryan Like of Umpqua Bank. This was a special raffle fundraiser this summer for the Lowden Aquatic Park Project. Another much appreciated fundraiser for LAPP this summer was sponsored by Tops Superfoods as customers“ rounded up” their purchases and proceeds went to en West. pool improvements. Recent contributions include Frank Schmidbauer, Umpqua Bank, and Native Sons of the Gold- A grant from Community Development Block Grant funds has been approved by the Board of Supervisors for $ 15,000 towards the cost of materials for a new shower/ locker room to be built next year. Fundraisers, donations give pool project a boost Debbie Hall with the quilt she made to be raffled as fundraiser for the Lowden Aquatic Park Project. Beautifying the Bandstand Fall decorations have arrived on Main Street, thanks in part to several local artists, Kim Burditt, Debi White and Julie Stroh. R...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 1 October 2008

many organizations, county departments and senior centers. Seniors can telephone, for example, county Board of Supervisors, Sheriff’s Offi ce, Adult Protective Services, Human Response Network and senior centers to locate needed services. ry has been distributed Why do some TV commentators think we like to watch but can’t hear because they allow guests to rudely interrupt, and sometimes the commentator and guests are all talking at once? I was told by a news reporter that some commentators think people like this arguing! I’d like to have meetings and television talk shows held similar to debates. Each person is allowed the same set time to address an issue or ask a question. Most meetings could take a shorter time if people would honor each other’s right to have the fl oor. I know one organization that has standing rules that a person should stand, be recognized by the chair, identify themselves, state the question and then sit down. They should not be able to ask more than one ques...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 1 October 2008

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 1 October 2008

Specializes in: ~ Kitchen and bath remodeling ~ Windows & Doors ~ Concrete walks & Patios ~ Fine Carpentry ~ Professional & Courteous Service 1-12-tfcnc WORK WANTED NOTICE TO READERS: California law requires that contractors taking jobs that total $ 500 or more ( labor and/ or materials) be licensed by the Contractors State License Board. State law also requires that contractors include their license numbers on all advertising. Check your contractor’s status at www. cslb. ca. gov or 800-321-CSLB ( 2752). Unlicensed persons taking jobs that total less than $ 500 must state in their advertisements that they are not licensed by the Contractors State License Board. TREADMILL, $ 125; dolly, $ 25; electric weed eater, $ 25; tile saw, $ 100; new toilet, $ 25. Tile - 12” square, 125 sq. ft., $ 25. 623-4391. 10-1-2tp MOUNTAIN VALLEY USD has an opening for TRiO EDUCATIONAL TALEN SEARCH ADVISOR at Hayfork High LINDA & BONNIE’S NEXT carport sale! ...

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