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6A Wednesday, March 28, 2001 Children/Health i! win By Victoria Metcalf Staff Writer Three students at Quincy Elementary School (QES) were the big winners in an essay contest at the Elks dis- trict level. According to Drug Awareness Chairman Me Ragusa, it was gratifying to see three Quincy students take home prizes in such a big competition. Of the six possi- ble placements, Quincy claimed three. Earlier, students from QES and one student from Pioneer Elementary School won hon- ors on the local level with essays on "How Good Life Can Be--Be Drug Free." The winners went on to the Northeast District Elks com- petition and were awarded savings bonds for the place- ments. QES sixth-grader Muir Morrison came in first, win- ning a $100 savings bond for the boy's division. QES sixth-grader Erika Samuel, and QES fifth-grader Lyndsi Jaureguito, both won $50 savings bonds for placing second and third in the girl's division. According to Ragusa, Muir's essay went on to com- pete at the state level of the Elks competition. The results of that competition have not been published. Fifth- and sixth-grade students clapped as savings bond from Elks representative Me Students watched as Elks representative Me Ragusa a $50 savings bond. fellow student Muir Morrison Ragusa. presented Lyndsi Photos by Victoria Metcalf received a $100 ] Jaureguito with A profile of a fetus as shown on the screen ultrasound system at PDH. Parents also get a images to take along home. of Birth... ConUemed Worn page 5A receives. But, regardless having routine determining the tal. Some women choose to condition of the have their babies at home. throughout the Although none of the physi- recommended. clans at PDH attend home deliveries, in some areas, More to come physicians are available to do Discussing that. One reason local physi- birthing procedures clans choose not to do home said that PDH is birthings is the high liability the purchase of a insurance they must carry, py tub. While this Viscarra explained, designed for Another alternative,births, it is designed Viscarra mentioned, is hiring the mother during the services of a midwife. In make her timeless some areas, fully trained and licensed OB nurses are avail- According to able as midwives; none are tub sends out jets available locally, to Viscarra's can be directed at knowledge, parts of the body. The Viscarra also explained that has its own some women may call them- tern, so germs aren't selves a midwife without being from one patient to the licensed, and some may be One holdup at this licensed without having the the tubs cost be full training that an OB nurse $12,000. i By Debra Coates Managing Editor ' Deaf children live their life In silence, but six Plumas County deaf children and their parents want to share the experience with each other by attending a special workshop. The American Sign Language (ASL) immersion weekend, scheduled for May 11-13 gives the children and their parents an opportunity to hone their sign language skills and improve their com- munication. Lynne Koeller, a teacher for deaf children, explains that though most parents have basic sign language skills, they are not advanced enough to allow child and parent to have in-depth conversations. Koeller said, "Spending a 'silent weekend' with deaf adults and other students will give the parents the opportu- nity to use ASL to communi- cate for everything for the entire weekend, and at the same time give the parent a chance to understand how the deaf child feels in a hearing household, as now the parent will be on the 'other side.'" But, to get to the weekend workshop near the Alliance Redwoods, the six local deaf children, ranging in age from 3 to 17, need help. KoeUer has organized a fund-raiser to help the children. Tickets may be purchased to win a gift certificate from one of the following merchants: Carey's Candy Co., the Toy Store, Sights & Sounds, Sweet Lorraine's, Sierra Mountain Sports or The Bookshelf. Tickets are $1 or six for $,5 and may be purchased at the above locations. The prize will be awarded May 1. For more information, call Lynn Koeller at 283-4148 after 4p.m. Printing Estimates! Call 283-0800! Retired teachers to meet CRTA (California Retired Members and guests are Teachers Association) will encouraged to contact mem- hold its April meeting at the bers for noontime luncheon Monticola Club building in reservations. In Susanville, Susanville Wednesday, April call Del at 257-5075; in 11. Westwood, call Arnie at 256- Best of Broadway perform- 3875; in Chester, Rose at 258- 2644; in Greenville, Wilma at ers will perform at 1 p.m. 284-7069; in Quincy, Sylvia at A salad buffet luncheon, 283-1794 or Sue at 283-0306; in hosted by members of the Graeagle, Bernice at 836-2311; Monticola Club, will follow the in Taylorsville, Dottle at 284- business meeting. 7532. It you count among your favorite things a touch of lace, the gleam of fine china, the smell of spring...Then indulge yourself in a trip to Open 7 days, 10 (530) 284-6016 Hwy 89 Crescent Mills II It II AND NURSERY FARMS "Home of the Sodfather" Local family farming since 1978 Premium quality blends most suitable for your area Call for our complete "how to" brochure or call us toll free with any questions. TOLL FREE (800) 532-6200 RENO, NEVADA www.westernturf.com Feather River [:-mail : d ntor ftee.ce.ea.uc College (g 0} 2 ':2-0202, xt. 214 t REC197AD,4 IntrotO Whitewater RaRing Class trips made to local rivers, with an overnight field trip at the end of the course! Class meets 3/30-4/7/01, various times. Phone instructor at 283-0202, ext. 275 for details. (1 unit). Register by March 30. This is ART 097.1 Intro to Photography an introductory photography course that stresses camera usage, photographic principleS, and the pictorial elements that create a photograph rather than a snapshot. Class meets Saturday, 3/31/01, 9 a.m.-6 p.m. (.5 unit). Register by March 30. 1065 BUCKS LAKE ROAD QUINCY, CA 95971 (530) 283-2121 One hup:www.pdh.org HEALTH SERVICE SCHEDULE rot, Hospitals iS' emaih pdhboss@psln.com APRIL 2001 Benchmarks PLUMAS DISTRICT HOSPITAL CLINIC 283-1506 GASTROENTEROLOGY 1060 Valley View Drive, Quincy, CA 95971 283-3392 Medicine Clinic Joanne Crigler, EP.NP. B. Newman, M.D. Rhonda Strunk, EN.P. 10833 Donner Pass Rd., Truckee, CA 96161 For appointment call: 582-8535 PLUMAS DISTRICT HOSPITAL DENTAL CLINIC 283-3915 1045 Bucks Lake Road, Quincy, CA 95971 Brent Webb, D.D.S. Jack Frye, D.D.S. NORTH FORK FAMILY MEDICINE 283-~Z~- 1060 Valley View Drive, Quincy, CA 95971 Jeffrey G. Kepple, M.D., Family Medicine and Obstetrics Ross E. Morgan, M.D., Family Medicine and Obstetrics Dax C. Swanson. M.D., Family Medicine and Obstetrics PLUMAS SURGICAL ASSOCIATES 1060 Valley View Dr., Quincy, CA 95971 Vincent P. Frantz, M.D. General Surgery Steen W. Jensen, M.D. General Surgery 2a3-~ PDH QUINCY FAMILY MEDICINE CLINIC 283-.06~ 1045 Bucks Lake Road, Quincy, CA 95971 Sharon E. Mclntyre, M.D., Family Med. & Obstetrics Lawrence A. Price, M.D. Family Practice, Internal Med. &" Obstetrics ill Edie O'Connor, P.A.C. II Kathy Price. F.NP MRI at Plums District Hospital~ Saturday April 7, 14, -For appointment call: 283-2121, ask for Radiology 21 &28 GYNECOLOGIC UROLOGY Clinic Norman C. Nasise, M.d. 2526 St. Mary Columbia Drive, Red Bluff, Ca 96080 For appointment cal: 530-529-O991 MEDICAL NUTRITION THERAPY ~umas District Hospital Clinic Dsanne Gruner, MAt, RD 1060 Valley View Drive, ~Juincy, CA 95971 For appointment call: 283-1506 OPHTHALMOLOGy 1 st ~Central Avenue, Quincy Thomas R. Conldin, M.D. 350 West 6th St., Reno, NV 89503 For appointment call: 283-2206 or 1-775-329-2020 ORTHOPEDICS Nickel, M.D. - 2721 Olive Hwy, Oroville, CA 95966 For appointment call: 283-4425 1st and 3rd Quino/Family Medicine Clinic John V. Foley, M.D. 10051 Lake Avenue, Suite 3, Truckee, CA 96160 For appointment call: 587-7461 PLASTIC SURGERY MARK L. WHITNEY, M.I).~ Family Practice 283-171.].~_0 Locall : Plumas District H ital Clinic 1060 Bucks Lake Rd., Quincy, CA 95971 ~ osp Edmond A. Zingaro, M.D. 909 Hyde St., Suite 615, San Francisco, CA 94109 CARDIOLOGY I st Friday Locally: Plumas Dist.Lrict Hospital Clinic A fip..0.J_.~ Northstate. Cardiology 1430 Esplanade Ste. 6, Chico, CA 95926 For appointment call: 342--0123 every Wednesday Locally: PDH Quincy Family Medicine Clinic April 4, I1~ 18 & 25 M iliad Dl!ond, M.D., Cardiologist 500 First Ave., Portola CA %122 For appointment call: 836-1122 DOPPLER/ECHOcARDIOGRAPHY STUDIES Schedule Varies Locally: Plumas District Hospital __._.___ Bruce Brown, Vascular Technolbglst For appointment call: 283-2121, ask for Radiology For Appointment Call: 283-1_506 PODIATRy 1st & 3rd ~umas District Hospital Clinic Kennon j. Martin, D.P.M. 6585 Clark Road, Suite 120, Paradise, CA 95969 For appointment call: 283-3904 RADIOLOGY Most weeks' Mon. Tues., Thurs. ~mas Di#trict Hospital 'North State R For appointment call: 283-2121, ask for Radiology UROLOGy 2nd & 4th Jack agewood, M.D. 578 Rio Lindo Ave., Suite 3, Chico, CA 95926 For appointment call: 891-4255