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Mile High Bike Ride Chester, California June 16th, 2012

Monday, June 11th, 2012

Start a New Father’s Day Tradition

June 16th & 17th

 

30th Annual Century Ride around LakeAlmanor and IndianValley On Saturday!

Rent a Boat and go Fishing on Sunday.

Chester-Lake Almanor Bike Ride

 

This ride is located where the scenic Southern Cascades bump into the gentle Northern Sierras, the Mile High 100 will treat you to a quiet day on the back roads that wander through the lush green forests surrounding Lake Almanor and the Indian Valley. You will get several great views of Lassen Volcanic National Park,Lake Almanor and the meadows of Indian Valley on this ride. This is not a race, but a collection of tours for cyclists of all abilities.

This Century bike ride promotes recreational bicycling “under the volcano” in the shadow of Northern California’s incredible Lassen Peak. Proceeds from this event are invested in organized recreation in theLake Almanor Basin and provide support for the Lake Almanor Area Chamber of Commerce.

Pick the Perfect Ride:

CENTURY RIDE (108 MILES) – This is a relatively easy ride by century standards. It takes you around Lake Almanor and through the peaceful Indian Valley. Approximately 3,200′ total elevation climb.

METRIC CENTURY: This ride encompasses the entire Almanor Basin. It is recommended for the cyclist who desire a challenging loop without the distance and the bigger climbs found in the full century ride. Approximately 1,500′ total elevation climb.

HALF METRIC CENTURY (33 MILES) – Take your time and enjoy the mountain vistas and the clean air. This is the ride for those wanting a nice leisurely ride lakeside aroundLake Almanor, the blue jewel on the North Fork of the Feather River. Approximately 600′ total elevation climb.

ONSITE ENTRY FEES:

Century Ride-$60.00

Metric Century-$50.00

Half Metric Century-$50

FOOD: Yes, and lots of it and even better than before! We will have high quality natural food and beverages to satisfy the heartiest of appetites. We will be supplying you with ample nourishment and encouragement along the route. Century riders are rewarded with a delicious lunch in Taylorsville. (Catering thanks to Carol’s Cafe,Prattville,CA)

CLOTHING: Unpredictable Mountain weather! Summer temperatures can range from 28 to 98 degrees, you can expect afternoon thunderstorms- so be prepared! The Mile High 100 will take place rain, shine, or volcanic eruption.

HELMETS: Are most definitely required. Safety is a key goal of the Mile High 100.

RULES OF THE ROAD: Please obey all rules of the road! We insist that you obey all stop signs and give appropriate hand signals when turning. Ride as far to the right as is practicable and watch for oncoming cars and trucks. “Sag Vehicle” volunteers will be monitoring the ride. They will assist if someone needs a lift, minor bike repairs or water. Route will be clearly marked with road signs.

END-OF-RIDE FEAST: Enjoy a delicious post-ride meal served from noon to 5:00 p.m., free to all registered riders. Meal tickets for family or friends are available for $7.00 each. Relax by the Feather River at theChesterPark and enjoy live musical entertainment (band to be determined), delicious food, and even a massage! Don’t miss this full afternoon of entertainment!

LIVE ENTERTAINMENT: We will have delicious cold beer on draft (Michelob Ultra, Bud Light, Lost Coast Tangerine, Bear Racer Republic!), great music by the Jeff Pershing Band, tasty spaghetti meal by the Lake Almanor Elks Lodge, a bike drawing for a 2011 Raleigh Misceo 2.0 from Bodfish Bicycles, great raffle prizes (gift certificate from Dawn Lee, 2 night stay at McCarthy Point from the Forest Service, Elderberry Wine from Honey Run Winery, La Rocca Vineyards tour/tasting gift certificate, original photography by Betty Bishop and more!)

For more info!

 

Lodging: Last minute lodging available at St. Bernard Lodge. Special arrangements can be made for guests participating in the bike ride for early breakfast.

If you can not make this ride remember that this same ride is now being held in the fall. Save Sept. 29th on your calendar for the fall bike ride.

CHECK-IN AND START TIME: Riders may check-in on Friday, June 15th between 6:00-9:00 p.m. or on Saturday, June 16th between 6:00-9:00 a.m. at the Chester Park. Free water bottle for the first 500 riders!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

St. Bernard Lodge & Mission Small Business

Saturday, June 2nd, 2012

Show your support for St. Bernard Lodge.  Please go to missionsmallbusiness.com  and vote for St. Bernard Lodge, Mill Creek, Ca 96061.  At this time we are the only business in Mill Creek working towards this grant.

12 businesses will be selected for grant.  We must have 250 votes to be considered,  please help us.  We would like to add back cabins and fishing pond to property. Help us return St. Bernard Lodge  to its’ glory days.

Just to make sure we are worth voting for check our pinterest boards, facebook page or tripadvisor reviews. Please share with your friends!  Thanks for your vote.

St. Bernard Lodge has been catering to guests visiting Lassen Park and Lake Almanor for almost 100 years, help us continue for the next 100 years.

Pond at St. Bernard Lodge

 

 

 

Evergreen Room at the St. Bernard Lodge

Feather River Video Contest

Wednesday, April 11th, 2012

 

Feather River and Trains

Feather River and Trains

Feather River Video Contest

Purpose of  the Feather River Video Contest intends to promote the Feather River region and foster economic development through awareness and tourism. The goal of the contest is to encourage the production of videos that reflect the natural beauty and vibrant community that exists in the amazing place we are fortunate enough to call home. The contest is an initiative of Carrot Consulting with a $100 grant provide by Feather River Bread for the Journey for the prize money.

 

 

Contest Details
•Videos must be 3 minutes or less.

•Videos may be submitted by individuals, groups, organizations, or businesses.

•Videos must not contain any commercial businesses, industry names, brand names, product placement, endorsements, or trademarks.

•Videos may not be deleted or removed after the contest is over.

•Each entrant may submit up to two videos.

How to Enter
•Upload your video to YouTube, being sure to fill out the Title, Description, Tags, Category, and Map Location. (Learn more about that here.)

•Upload your video and submit your contest entry form by 5:00 pm PST, May 11, 2012.

Official Rules
No purchase or payment necessary to enter or win. Videos must not contain any commercial businesses, industry names, brand names, product placement, endorsements, or trademarks. Video must contain a Title, Description, Tags, and Location. By submitting an entry, each entrant agrees to the rules and warrants that his or her entry complies with all requirements.

Judging
All eligible submissions will be judged through an online voting process. Anyone can vote but an individual is only permitted one vote. The voting will take place between May 14th and May 31st on www.QuincyCA.us. The video with the most votes by 5:00pm PST on May 31st will be deemed the winner. The prize will be split should a tie occur.

Prize
The first place winner will receive $100 in cash. The contest winner will be notified by phone or e-mail by June 4, 2012.

Questions?
Email Carrie!

Things are starting to happen in the North State.  Come visit St. Bernard Lodge, Lassen National Volcanic Park, Lake Almanor, Quincy and the Feather River Canyon.  Take some great video and possibly win $100.00.  Upcoming events in the area include: Taste Of Plumas April 15th, 20th Annual Cabin Fever Quilt Show April 21-21,  Red Bluff Round Up April 20- 22, free entrance to Lassen Park April 21-29th and Mother’s Day Brunch at St. Bernard Lodge May 13th.