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Youth News Wednesday, April 25, 2001 IIA dlegedly ! n lim. truck imes. cere :ead A were eld on . turn :omise /- L U Photo by Vict0na Melcaif Muir MorHson ixeved he imew$ his =tuff when it comes to geel al y. tied seventh plnce in the ate geelPrall Y competition in Snc*ame against 100 ether =tudents, Muir he get lucky on the early ques- asked him things he knew. This is the second year Muir has partici- event for Quincy Elementary School. S.COM ARE 37 statements accounts , ;.: . office level level r Greg only only or Jim hours Like Don't trust just am'one to Insure your "'at . ~- , SL'e me: Richard K. Stockton, CLU Agent Uc. #01368653 65 West Main Street, Quincy a good neighbor, State Farm is there.~' State Farm Mutual A.tomo0ae le, sucance ~ny (no~ m ~i State Farm t.,',det,'nn~ty C_.,~Y (NJ) - Home O'ff~.,,8~: Blocrr.~on 12~+r, ms like to thank all local merchants and friends who donated to the Poker Rally Warren Murphy's Power Tool Lace Hair Salon Pleasure Auto Parts Relay Station Casita Restaurant Motors The Best Video "Valley Hardware Motor Supply Schwab Tire Center Star Motors Feather Bed on March 17th. Sierra Mountain Sports Metaphysical Psychic Feather River Jewelry Lakeshore Resort Amerigas ayoobs Coast Gas Bucks Lake Lodge Dr. Harris, DDS Bank of America Forest Stationers Marge Sovereign Leda Brown Ridgeway Development Mat & Michelle Grubbs Twin Rivers Polaris Yagotawana Outfitters Special thanks to Dupont Power Tool for donating the food for the bar-b-quel I 1 Several Plumas County agencies and organizations, which provide programs de- signed for children prenatal to age five, have been awarded grants from the Plumas Coun- ty Prop 10 Commission. Ellen Vieira. executive di- rector of the Plumas Count>, Children and J:amilies Com- mission (Prop. tO), said that the commission designated $25,000 for recreation mini-grants and five organiza- tions were awarded up to each in January. The organizations awarded the min-grants include: Chester State Preschool, Indi- an Valley Preschool, Central Plumas Recreation and Park District, Portola Preschool, and Graeagle Preschool. During a "Request for Pro. posals" funding process in February, additional full grants ranging from $10,600-$30,000 were awarded to the Plumas County Office of Education, Plumas County Public Health Agency CPlumas Children's Network), and the Infant Massage Program. Mike Wylde, of CSU Chico Research Foundation, is the new manager of Forest Ser- vice campgrounds. The bun- dation manages 2:', forest ser- vice campgrounds. Wylde and his crew have been removing debris and re- pairing broken items within the campgrounds. Wylde said, "P,Rato Patch, Funding for the grants comes from Proposition 10, the California Children and Families Act passed by Cali- fornia voters in 1998. The act provided for a 50 cent per pack tax on cigarettes to fund early childhood devel- opment and early education programs for children prena- tal to age five. The money goes to counties to strengthen early childhood services and pro- mote the importance of brain development and other as- pects of the first three years of life. Locally, Proposition 10 is guided by community input, a strategic plan, and a nine-member commission ap- pointed by the Plumas County Board of Supervisors. Programs should support the goals of the commission's strategic plan, which was de- veloped through extensive as- sessments into local needs. These goals include: Improving the health and welt-being of young children, prenatal to age five, and their families; Educating parents on the issues related to early child- hood development, and giving access to services and family support programs; Facilitating partnerships that will integrate and expand child care, early childhood ed- ucation and development set'- vices; Strengthening communi- ties by developing collabora- tive community partnerships; Supporting programs that develop healthy children strong families, and children learning and ready for school. Locally, Prop. 10 will gener- ate more than $200,000 per year to fund programs that will enhance the emotional, physical and intellectual foun- dation for every child in Plumas County to reach his/her potential. For more information on the application process for Prop. 10 grants or to receive a copy of the strategic plan, please call Ellen Vieira, exec- utive director of the Plumas County Children and Families Commission, at (530) 283-6159. Alder Creek and Elam Creek Campgrounds are now open for your camping enjoyment." All locations have a visitor information bulletin board on- site or one can visit the local Forest Service Ranger Station for more information. 1'21111 1121 !1 ............" " , , ................................. l- il k~ :,:~, T~le. ,1: z',~. ! i Pizza, Sandwiches, Soup, Salad Bar ! I, PLUMAS PINES SHOPPING CENTER 283-2320 I 1 ~m mmmmmmmmmmm 1065 BUCKS LAKE QUINCY, CA 95971 http:www.pdh, org emaih pdhbos sa p~ln.cam 'Plumas Pines Shopping Center * 283-2320 ROAD (530) 283-2121 HEALTH SERVICE SCHEDULE MAY 2001 o.,.m, lO0 Top Hospitals in U. Benchmarks[or Success PI,UMAS DIS] RICT ltOSPITAI-CLINIC 9597t Joanne Crigler, t:.P N P Rhonda Strunk, F N E 283-15O6 283-3392 GASTROENTEROIAgGY I.xn:ally: PDt! _~in~ Famih] M~lkin Clinic Frederic B. Newman, M.D. 10833 Donner Pass Rd., Truckee, CA 96161 For appointrnen~ call: 582-8535 P'*,,A~ O,~,,,. ~~:f~2;'''~ ,8,,9,, .Y~ECOLOG'CU"O'.O~Y 1045 l~uc-~s ~ Road. Quincy, CA 9597 ~t~y Family Medicine Cliniq Brent Webb, O.D.S Norman C, Nasi~, M.D, 2526 St Mary Columbia Drive. Red Bluff. Ca 96080 Jack Fr~e I).D,S, For appointment ca : 530-529-0991 NORTH FORK F~/CI:'~Eo'7I 283-~ 1060 Valley Viev, i'JrF, e, Quincy, CA 959 MEDICAl. NUTRITION THERAPY Jeffrey G. Kepple M D Family Medicine and Obstetrics Locally: p,lumas District Hospital Clinic Ross E. Morgan, ~A'.D,, l:'amily Medi:{ne and9, '22i:: Dt,.,, a,,,e,, M~ RD 060 Valley View Drive, Quincy, CA 9597 I Dax C S~,,a , Medicine ano uo.',~'=- ,,. '. " " n~ )n. M l), Family, "" For appoinm~ent calP 283. 506 Tue~lays May 22 Fridays MOy II, .~MAS SUR(;ICAL ASS~ OPHTHALMOLOGY Isl Wednesday lO(~) Valley View Dr. Quincy, C'A 95971 Locally: 68 Central Avenue, Quinc? May 2 Vincent p. Frantz. MD General Surgery Thomas R. Conklin, M.D. Steen W. Jensen, M D (k-nerai Surgery 350 West 6th St., RenD, NV 89503 For appoimment call: 283-2206 or 1-775-329-2020 ~CY FAMII,Y MED~ 1045 Bucks Lake Road. Quincy, CA 95971 Sharon E. Melnlvre. MD. Family Med. & Obstetrics Lawrence A. Price, M.D. Family Practice, Internal Med. & Obstetrics Edie O'Connor. PA.C. Kathy Price, F.NP : I1| ~~:.:~ 19*26 I!! For appointment call;283-2121 , ask for Ramo gY CARDIOLOGY Ist Friday * ~rict I h,spital 11~ Northstalc Cardmlogy 143(,I Esptan',u.ie Ste. 6, Chaco, CA 9~ Z For appointment call; 342-0123 ORTHOPEDICS Every Friday Locatlv: Plum,as District !to~p~l Clini% Quincy May 4, !1, 18 & 25 ].Dwell D. Nickel, M.D. 2721 Olive tlwy, Oroville, CA 95966 For appointment call: 283--4425 1st and 3rd Wednsdays Locally: POll Qui~/' Family Medicine Clinic May 2 & 30 John V. Foley, M.D. 10051 Lake Avenue, Suite 3, Truckee, CA 96160 [:or appointment call: 587-7461 PLASTIC SURGERY Schedule Varies MARK L. WHITNEY, M.D., Family pr~etke 283-1710 ~istrict Ho~ital Clinic ~11 June 25 10(~) [lucks Lake Rd, Quincy. CA 95971 Edmond A, Zingaro, M.D. ( 5) 929-4630 9(,u/Hyde St,, Suite 615, San Francisco, CA 94109 I-or Appointment Call: 283- t 506 every Wednesday Milind Dl~nd. MD'., Cardiologist 500 First Ave., Pottola CA %122 For appointmem call: 836-1122 PODIATRY I s~ & 3rd Fridays Locally: Plu..mas District Hospita! Clinic ...... May 4 & 18 Kennon J. Martin, D.P.M. 6585 Clark Road. Suite 120, Paradise, CA 95969 For appointment call: 283-3904 RADIOLOGY Most weeks: Mort., Tues.. Thurs. and Fri. ~, Di,trict Ho~pita! North State Radiology For appointment call: 283-2121, ask for Radiology I~)PPI.ER/ECHOCA RDIOG RAPHY STL DIES Schedule Varies [x~alty- Plumas Distdct llospital ~rown, Vascu ar Tecfinolbglst For appointment call: 283-212 I, ask liar Radiology UROI.OGY 2nd & 4th Wednesdays ~uincy Family Medicine Clink M~Y 9 & 23 Jack D. Hagewood, M.D. 578 Rio Litu/o Ave., Suite 3, Chico, CA 95926 For appointment call: 891-4255