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Feather River Bulletin Wednesday, March 25, 2009 9A ue al COU economic Timeline Feb '09 Jan '09' Dec '08 Nov '08 Oct '08 Plumas State 19.5 10.9 18.9 10.6 14.0 9.1 11.3 8.3 9.1 7.9 Sept '08 7.3 7.6 Aug '08 7.7 7.7 July '08 7.8 7.6 June '08 7.9 7.0 May '08 8.3 6.5 Apr '08 11.6 6.0 Mar '08 14.0 6.5 Feb '08 14.2 6.2 14.2 Jan '08 6.4 Source: California Employment Development Department The most recent Plumas sent the information. County economic indicatorsMembers of the communi- will be in the focus of the ty are invffed to join the April 2 meeting of the meeting, which starts at 5:30 League of Women Voters of p.m. at the Work Connection Plumas County. John Shee- meeting room. ran, director of the Plumas For more information, call County Economic Develop- Joyce Scroggs, league presi- ment Corporation, will pre- dent at 283-0795. HARDY, f om page 1A support for sustainable food in the Sierra Valley, Lake Tahoe and Placer County ar- eas. Estee and Romano's re- lations'hip demonstrates commitment to local farm- ers and sustainable agricul- ture. Each year, the Sierra Busi- ness Council, a regional sus- tainability nonprofit, hosts an event to recognize and en- courage leadership in the Sierra, honoring community members as their work con- tinues to achieve excellence in projects and approaches that foster community vitali- ty, environmental quality, economic prosperity and so- cial fairness. "Throughout the Sierra, we recognize the growing need to brid e the divide be- tween rural and urban com- munities in California. Bringing our Vision 2020 cel- ebration to Sacramento does just that," said SBC's presi- dent Steven Frisch. To highlight the issue, this Year's theme for the Vision 2020 Awards was a Sierra Getaway Party. The free event was open to anyone who wanted to "escape to the Sierra" for the evening. The Vision 2020 awards celebration featured presen- tations from award winners and appetizers and dessert sourced from the Sierra ,with the help of the Placer Gold Slow Food chapter. Other winners included John Wentworth 0f Mam- moth Lakes who was hon- ored for his accomplish- ments with Mammoth Lakes Trails and Public Access. Paul Hardy (far right) celebrates his Vision 2020 award with (from left) Rhonda, son Drew and mother Becky Hardy. Hardy was recognized for director of the Feather River Land Trust. Photo submitted daughter Emma, wife his work as executive MLTPA has worked diligent- Phil Carville, president growth within the Sierra ly to bring much-deservedand chief executive of Nevada. focus and attention to the fu- CarviUe Sierra Inc., a family SBC serves the entire Sier- ture of the Mammoth com: qwried and operated develop- ra Nevada region. As a non- munity and its critical rela- ment company, was recog- profit association of more tionship with environmen- nized for his outstandingthan 750 businesses, agen- talresources, work on the Loma Rica cies and individual mem- MLTPA hasengaged with Ranch project in Grass Val- bers, Sierra Business Coun- town government, federal ley. Carville has become one cil is committed to promot- agencies, other nonprofits, of the region's most deter- ing a new perspective on re- and public and private busi- mined spokesmen for new gional wealth while empha- nesses to work collabora- urbanism, traditional neigh- sizing collaboration in plan- tively toward its mission, borhood design and smart ning and policy making. cut through the hype with clean start. Here's the deal: your skin is moody. Here's the solution: Clean Start. New Clean Start products meet the real-life skin care needs of young adults, and are free of filler ingredients, artificial colors and fragrances. 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April 6, 13, 20 & 27 Kathleen Halat, D.PaVL For appointments 283-5640 Urology Thursdays. April 2 Angelo K nellos, M.D. John Freeman, M.D. For appointments 283-7990 DISTRICT HOSPITAL rvice Plumas District Hospital Dental Clinic Monday - Friday, 8 am - 5 pm For appointments 283-3915 Plumas Surgical Assodates North Fork Medical Building For appointments 283-1506 Hospital Services Cardio-Pulmonary Services For appointments 283-7108 Doppler/Echocardiography Thursdays. April 2, 9, 16, 23 & 30 For appointments 283-7155 Emergency Room Services For information 283-7110 Medical Nutrition Therapy North Fork Medical Building For appointments 283-5640 MRI Services Mondays. April 6, 13, 20 & 27 For appointments 283-7155 Laboratory For information 283-7132 Radiology & Mammography For appointments 283-7155 Telemedicine In partnership with UC Davis North Fork Medical Building For appointments 283-7133 Ultrasound For appointments 283-7155 .~* J ~' ~ NATIONAL I PLILYMASNEws'COM t .... ............... 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