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Feather River Bulletin Wednesday, March 5, 2014 3A Where in the world Audrey Ellis (left), of the Eastern Plumas Chamber of Commerce, and Trish Wilburn, of Greenhorn Creek Guest Ranch, represent Plumas County at the Los Angeles Travel and Adventure Show. The ladies were promoting Plumas County, Rec and Tech and Greenhorn; their booth was between Asia, Indonesia and Taiwan. m Plumas County Public Health Agency is bringing the Legal Services of Northern California, which is funded by the California Endowment and the California Department of Managed Health Care, to help anyone with problems related to health insurance or health care coverage such as -:-'Getting health insurance. --Accessing care with the insurance they have, such as filling prescriptions, seeing a doctor or specialist, getting approval for procedures such as surgery. --Accessing transportation to medical services, which is covered by managed care health plans. --Ensuring receipt of all medically necessary covered services for which health care coverage is responsible. Anyone who needs an advocate to help get needed care may contact Liza Thantranon, senior staff attorney from Legal Services of Northern California, who will be providing no-cost services and consultation in Plumas County at the following locations: --Quincy, Wednesday, March 12, 9 a.m. - 2 p.m., Plumas County Public Health Agency, 270 County Hospital Road; 3 - 6 p.m., just 1 CLICK AWAY Quincy Drug, 493 W. Main location and to make an St. appointment. --Portola, Thursday, --Greenville, Saturday, March 13, 9 a.m. - 2 p.m., March 15, to be determined; Eastern Plumas Health contact public health for the Care, 500 First Ave., location and to make an Administration Building. appointment. --Quincy, Thursday, Call Plumas County March 13, 3 - 6 p.m., Quincy Public Health Agency at Drug, 493 W. Main St. 283-6337 for an appointment --Chester, Friday, March at one of the above 14, to be determined; contact locations. Walk-ins are also public health for the welcome. 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Quincy resident Louise Young and daughter Tara Turner, of Vina del Mar, Chile, visit Machu Picchu, Peru, accompanied by plumasnews.com as seen On their iPad. QHS students to host dodgeball tourney In place of donkey tournament-style dodgeball the more the merrier! basketball, the Quincy High fundraiser. All proceeds from Those interested in School student body is the event will benefit Quincy forming a team may contact hosting a Community High School. Daniel at Dodgeball Tournament The event will be held dkhaygood@gmail.com or by fundraiser. March 27 in the QHS largephone at 616-1006 to obtain Local organizations such as gym. It will start at 6 p.m. and the necessary forms. The the Quincy Fire Department go until 8 or 8:30. There is an QHS student body hopes to and local California Highway $80 participation fee persee everyone at its 2014 Patrol office will be team, and teams must have at Community Dodgeball participating in a least eight members, though Tournament. 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