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Portola Reporter Wednesday, April 3, 2013 3A Elks Lodge installs officers The Calpine Elks Lodge installs its 2013-14 officers Sunday, March 24. From left: Trustee Bob Beevers, Treasurer Katie Moreda, Secretary Karen Mariena, Leading Knight Linda Knudson, Trustee Bob Vieira, Exalted Ruler Steve Hagen, Esquire John Heavin, Tiler Linda Boucher, Trustee Matt Swidergal and Inner Guard Jay Knudson. Photo submitted Yearly vision exams are so essential to maintaining your healthy eye sight. Don't let vision loss rob you of living a full life. We routinely screen for glaucoma and macular degeneration. ~..~ -~i We will take good care of you! Exams Lenses Frames Contacts Sunglasses FRIDEN OPTOMETRY FAMILY EYE CARE CONTACT LENSES .... ..... Jonathan Friden, O.D. 68 Central Ave. Quincy ,, 283-2020 www.fridenoptometry.com Complete vision and eye care, Optometrists and Ophthalmologists on staff, Vision and Eye examinations, treatment of eye disease, cataract surgery, foreign body removal, threshold visual field analysis, contact lenses, glasses (large selection of inexpensive to designer eyewear), low vision aids for the visually impaired, and vision therapy for learning related vision problems. un ily Every year Mountain skiing and snowboarding;fundraiser Running with the Circle Family Services takes the group also went sledding Bears marathon, foster teens ages 14 and up on and experienced a night half-marathon and 10K. All an adventurous ski trip hike. All of the weekend proceeds of the highly weekend to Sugar Bowl activities had the purpose of anticipated event go to where they learn new skills teamwork and bonding, activities like this for the and bond with each other as "I learned that when you foster kids in care. This year well as their mentors, fall, get back up and do it, the race will occurAug. 17 in This year the group again until you do it right," Greenville. consisted of 23 participants: said one participant. Mountain Circle Family five adults and 18 foster teens The five staff members Services would love to host from Susanville, Greenville, that participated in the more weekend trips and Portola, Chico and Reno. The weekend included the activities similar to the ski beginner skiers and executive director, Nevada trip and would love help snowboarders were treated program manager, from sponsors and to a group lesson before Transitional Housing community members. For attempting the bunny hill for Program manager, the more information about the first time while the Susanville social worker and how to fundraise for advanced winter sports the nonprofit's own Mountain Circle Family enthusiasts were allowed to information technology Services through Running choose runs based on their technician, with the Bears, visit skill level with Mountain One teen girl commented, runningwiththebears.org Circle staff close by. "The staff is awesome! I want and mountaincircle.org. When asked what he liked to go on this trip again next most about the trip, one teen year." boy said, "getting outdoors Mountain Circle is able to for the weekend." host this inspiring trip The trip wasn't just about because of its annual Sierra Valley Fire Auxiliary Presents our annual " Taco Dinner Saturday, April 6th 5:30 - 7:30pm at the Grange Hall in Vinton Adults: Sl0 Children: s5 Raffle and Auction For more info call Betty at 993-4621 A fundraiser for the Sierra Valley Vol. Fire Department ~i,~,, , ~ii:i'ii i~i~' !~ii!~!iii~i~i~i!i~i~!i!~i~i~ii!~i~i!i~iiiii~!ii!iiiiiiiii~ii~i~i;~ii~iiiii~ii!ii~!~ ......................... ~ii~? iiiiiiiiiiiii!iiiiiililiiiiiii!iiiiiiiiii Homeowners Tip of the Month Brought to you by Kreth Handymen We just got through a colder than normal winter. Many people close off the air vents to their basements in order to prevent cold air from flowing under the house, unaware they may be creating a bigger problem. There is a reason air vents are required to start with. Without them moisture and mold growth will occur. The wires that hold up insulation will rust and the insulation will drop to the ground. Dry rot can also happen causing thousands of dollars in damage not covered by most insurance policies. Many older homes have closable air vents which are against code to install today. We at Kreth Handymen have seen air vents closed off with plywood, foam spray and stuffed with insulation. Do yourselfa favor! Open your air vents instead of calling Kreth Handymen for unnecessary repairs. Prevent pipes from freezing by wrapping them in foam or heat tape. Keep your house warmer by insulating your floor. Then spend your hard earned money on something fun like having Kreth Handymen build you a new deck or a custom kitchen! KRETH HANDYMEN Build It, Fix It, Remodel It. We Care About You. 530-836-0870 530-249-3126 (Yard Waste Disposal at the old Portola Landfill) We will be opening for the season on Saturday April 6 2013 Open Saturdays only 10:00am - 2:00pro Rates - $2.36 per Cubic Yard up to 5 cubic yards $3.27 per additional Cubic Yard (Commercials) ATTENTION: City of Portola residents only! For the month of May, there will be no charge for yard waste only~ Yard waste is defined as grass, leaves, branches and untreated lumber/plyw00d Unaccepted Items: Household trash, Commercial waste, Household hazardous waste: paint, oils... explosives, propane tanks, dead animals, items with nails or metal, bags. INTERMOUNTAIN DISPOSAL For more info call: 530-832-4879 o! the Deluxe OIL &FILTER CHANGE SERVICE * Oil & Filter Change & Lube (Up to 5 qts oil) *Check Starting & Charging Systems; Battery condition "50 Pt Maintenance Check Suspension & Brake Insvection *Full Suspension Check *Front & Rear Brakes Ir~spected (w/o whee~ p~U) A $45.00 Value ANY Brake Repairs *TAKE $25.00 OFF Any necessary brake Repairs over $175.00 $25.00 OFF* Re dar Price 213 Danny Ct., East Quincy *Applies to most cars, life 1' i~ *plus tax & haz mat fee trucks, no diesel/no heavy duty Offer Exp ms 5/31113 [ PL][--TI~I--'~J~ S~T]~WS o C OM l]I