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April 11, 2001

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Featl'~'~River Bulietin Community News Wednesday, A0dl 11,2001 one ret nonth: , superVi 't Tues aeet on)+ he suPe ~une board I Photo submitted Public Health nurses White and t 4"t! Bo I N ent- od Juvenile Detective [lob Shil with an award r ogniz- ing his services to the county. Awards were presented April 3 at the Mineral Building at the Plumes-Sierra Coun- ty Fairgrounds. t~ntativd Photo submitted set he ' Ith received an award for her outstanding con lint to Plumes County seniors Ann Van Putten and I _ Heezle, both aria H lth employees at the Plumes County onth, Agency, were on hand to present the award. I0 a.m.: Photo subm Kathleen Roulller was among those who received minnie last week from the Plumes CouatY Public Health Agelwy for her outstanding work. BadNwa Olson was on to present her with the award. ag lvenes ent opi ginninl is enJ eetin bers of Gamma Iota will be the installation of om- man, ViOrange, AbbyScheer Plumas-Sierra County Fairgrounds Quincy, California n the er of Beta Sigma Phi cers at Sweet Loraine's and CarolWhitcher. ltsr tthehomeofBettie Restaurant followed by Membersandhusbandsof , ,vn the evening of April Founder's Day at the Elks Gamma Iota chapter of Beta Club and the final meeting m Sigma, Phi observed St. |11 |, evening began with May which will be a party Patrick s Day with a dinner at II~ C~g"e raiied ,~ Preview- 8:00 a.m. Auction- 2:00 p.m. nt Linda Busselen, as- with the husbands, the Grizzly Grill in Blairsden. bY Barbara Norman At the conclusion of theThe celebration took place &,t n_ed Catalog entries close April 20, 2001 Marshall, bestowing meeting Marcia Derrick readMarch 16. ll al of Jewels upon Car- a poem on the virtues of being Those attending were June IIItcher. Another ceremo- an active member in a group, Biggs, Buz Busselen, Bettie iP'wed hnraediately with Consignments welcome I and Joanne Kibbee read a po- Cobb and Ted Morgan, Marcia v ?( Va3,2arcia betrick emaboutvirtuesoflaughter, andDeraldDetrick, Helenand up until time of sale g bestowing the Those attending were Presi-Dick Ettinger, Joy Furtado, l .ate degree upon Abby dent Linda Busselen, Judy Jacqui and Ed Harris, Joanne f. After the two candle- Adamson, Bettie Cobb, June and Bud Kibbee, Rita and Bob For more information contact: tl/L.~ wy::mg a Ste ebmother: Biggs, Helen Davis, Marcia Marshall, Mary Ann and Ray Detrick, Judy Eisenman, He-Mathes, Vi and Bob Orange, D U A RTE SA l E S len Ettinger, Jacqui Harris, Abby and Jack Scheer and js were then discussed l[][ll upcming events of the The next meeting Carol and Bill Whitcher. Joanne Kibbee, Dorothy Mc- Donald, Rita Marshall, Mary Ann Mathes, Barbara Nor- (541) 533-2105 Area Representative REID HORSE & CATTLE Co. (530) 283-1147 n the big city crowds and big city hassles are more than you can han- SHOP AT HOME! Your local merchants are well prepared and anx- to take care of your shopping needs. You will help your community aer and avoid all of the hassles of mall shopping. rns, if necessary, are fast and convenient with your local merchants. Idition, your money turns over at least seven times in your communi- as supporting local schools, churches and services. Why Get "Mailed" When The Benefits Are Right Here At Home! ... SHOP LOCAL Keep your dollars at home I on Arlene Harrison Volunteer of the Year Arlene Harrison II II Arlene has been a volunteer for over 15 years providing a variety of services for the residents. She helps with the weekly bingo games, the monthly birthday party, and the annual Christmas party. She also provides personal mending and alterations for all the residents. She has a great love for the elderly, and a real talent in caring for them. will be honored during National Volunteer Week April 22 - 29 at a party on the 24th. A special supplement produced especially for Plumas counW residents & businesses. Learn how to build your dream home or how to turn your existing home Into the dream home you've always desired. Advertising Deadline: Tuesday, April 17th Publishes: WednesdaY, MaY 9th To be included in this verY informational suPplement, call your advertising representative todaY! FIATB Sherri, RhOnda, Michel!e 283-0800 cherl, Cari 258-3115 Alicla ?OlTOU IPoITn Denise SunBridge Care and Rehabilitation for Quincy 50 Central Avenue Quincy 283-2110 Caring for those you care about