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4A Wednesday, April 4, 2001 YOIII~ Hews Feather Riveri ~er Rive On Thursday, March 22, individuals, agencies and or- vide advocacy and direct ser- Our Future, provides free in the improvement of their being displayed at the Plumas Children's Network ganizations from every part of vices without 4.he residentcomputer access to any resi- community, is modeled on theThe contributions Countywide Collaborative the county, discussion formed having to leave dent at a computer center in Plumas Children's Network. community members members met to discuss ways around the issues of access to The Family Resource Cen- each of the population areas The collaborative is lookingical to the continued to continue to improve chil- specialty health care services, ters have become the hub for of the county, for ways to meet the challenge of the Plumas dren's health in Plumas Coun- economic diversification and community activities in each The collaborative members of continuing the many bene-work. ty. The Community Partner- recreation opportunities, population center. The goal of are also active participants in fits that have been realizedIf you would like to ship for Healthy Children The Plumas County Public the collaborative is to find the grass roots initiative-- over the past eight years pate in or need more (CPHC), a 1993 initiative fund- Health Agency, now in its ways to continue and expandPlumas Vision 2020. Vision when the current funding tion about the Plumas ed by the Sierra Health Faun- eighth year of funding, hasthose opportunities when the 2020 provides a forum for resi- from the Sierra Health Faun-dren's Network, you dation, funded 26 collabora- provided the administrativecurrent grant funding ends.dents of the county to develop dation ends in July 2002. tact the Plumas ( tire efforts in Northern Call- and fiscal lead. The collaborative has also a plan for growth and a vision The Family Resource Cen- Health Agency at fornia. The CPHC made a $20 The collaborative vision has provided the model for sever- for healthy quality of life, ters are planning an open or loi million plus commitment over produced a Family Resource al programs which benefit which can provide a basis for house in each of the communi- the Healthy Plumas a 10-year period to improve Center in each of the four children and families in the action by local governments, ties to celebrate Child Abuse the health of children 0-8. communities, which providescounty. Plumas Youth Network, an Prevention Month and to After a countywide assess- a comfortable and open atmos- One program, Computers In organization to involve youth showcase children's art from ment by Plumas Children's phere for families to access in- around the county, which is Network, a collaborative of formation and referral re- approximately 100 different sources. The centers also pro- m The International Order of thy Advisor and Faith for this Rainbow Girls Quincy Assem- ceremony. Their past official bly No. 98 initiated three new experience and enthusiasm members into the Quincy As- for the Rainbow Girls made sembly and one new member the ceremony extra special into the Chico Assembly. and official. Brianna Ward, Brittany Guests included families, Ward, Jessica Titus and Jen-friends, members of the Order nifer Christian were initiated of Eastern Star and the Ma- into the International Order of sonic Fraternities from Rainbow Girls Saturday, at Greenville, Susanville, Porto- 2:00p.m., at the Quincy Ma- la, Chico, Paradise and sonic Hall, March 17. Marysville. Rainbow Girls from Refreshments were enjoyed Marysville, Paradise and byallafter the ceremony. Chico made the ceremony Any girl 11 or older who meaningful and beautiful with would like to join this organi- their experience and long, zation should ask any Rain- graceful formals, bow Girl or Eastern Star Two past Grand Worthy Ad- member for more information visors, Marcy DeMartile and or call 283-2676 for more infor- Kendra Gustafson, were War- mation. Surf the world wide web Get your own E-Mail address 19.95/mo. Unlimited access on local numbers Additional fees and hook-up costs See store for devils may apply By rioted* Melcalf dience, and soon other orga- Staff Wnter nizations were joining in, In an effort to spread the said Carolyn Widman, direc- message to promote chil- tar of the Plumas Crisis In- dren and services, residents tervention and Resource are invited to join a "Cele- Center (PCIRC). bration for our Children," Those joining involving Thursday, April 5, from themselves with "Celebra- noon to 1 p.m. on the Plumas tion for our Children," in- County Courthouse steps, clude the Child Abuse Pre- The hour-long rally in- vention Council, PCIRC Sex- cludes drumming, dramati- ual Assault Freedom and zations, and agency intro- Education Program, CASA, ductions, among other child Family Violence Coalition, abuse and family violence Friday Night Live and oth- prevention activities, ers. The event is in celebration Anne Gaudet, a member of of Child Abuse Prevention PCIRC and the author of Month and Sexual Assault yearly pantomimes per- Awareness Month. formed in Quincy, has writ- The idea was originated ten several dramatizations when Mark Pelter, the new on date rape and other criti- Plumas Court Appointed cal experiences, that will be Special Advocates (CASA) performed. Program coordinator, pro- For more information on posed a candlelight vigil, the program, contact PCIRC That notion was changed to at 283-5515. better attract more of an au- Country Bu_rger Rainbow dinner The International Order of Rainbow Girls Quincy Assem- bly No. 98 will have its annual spaghetti dinner Saturday, March 31, at 6-8 p.m. at the Quincy Masonic Hall on Har- bison Street across from the li- brary. Dinner will include: spaghetti, tossed green salad, garlic bread and dessert. The cost is only $4. The Rainbow Girls will serve the dinner to their guests. This fund-raising event will help the girls with service pro- jects and the annual expenses to attend California's statewide Grand Assembly in Fresno. Ask a Rainbow Girl for tick- ets and/or more information. at QHS reunioni The Quincy High 1966 will be having a union July 21. We have lost track of i of our classmates, i If anyone knows these people are, call Gi Haney at 283-2765. Those sought include: Jack Bricker, Lea Pa Nancy Bickford, Sandy C Connie Morris, James Ot Jim Shepard, Anita Van Karren Hopkins, Brent sell, Cheryl Bowerman, sa Ysunga, Linda Chuck Telford, Bill Hoe son, Carla Connelly and Vilh Roth. mc el Visit our Web site WWWl bette] ~/L~--.L~t one 1 FEATHER VER Published: Every Wednesday morning by Feather Publishing Co., Inc. Office Location and hours: 555 W. Main St., Quincy, CA 95971. Mailing add'ress: P.O. Box B, Quincy, CA 95971. Office is open Mon.-Fd., 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. How to contact us: All departments: (530) 283-0800. FAX: (530) 283-3952. 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