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Bulletin, Progressive, Record, Reporter Wednesday, May 19, 2010 5B in rmans converge eno ml Rotarians from Northeast- made the program a critical ern California and Northern part of his agenda for the Nevada will converge Fri- year. day, May 21, in Reno, whenIn addition to polio, Ken- Rotary International Presi- ny's other major emphases dent John Kenny of Scot- throughout his year as Ro- land will address them andtary president include part- recognize their contribu- nering with local govern- tions to the local and inter- ments and non-governmen- national communities at the tal organizations to initiate Grand Sierra Resort. projects that improve litera- Rotary International, in cy rates, eliminate hunger its 105th year, is one of the and malnutrition, and pro- world's largest service orga- vide clean water and sanita- nizations, with 54 clubs in tion to communities in de- local District 5190 alone,veloping countries. Kenny, president since Ju-"We in Rotary have poten- ly 2009, is a retired judge tial that is unmatched by from Grangemouth, and he any other humanitarian or- is the first Scotsman to head ganization in the world," he the international humani- said, adding that the water tarian service organization and sanitation issue is par- His visit will coincide ticularly important. with the annual district con- "We must work to bring ference, May 21- 23. clean water to those who As volunteers, Rotarians lack it, as well as ensure the have served the needs of lo- safety of existing supplies. cal communities throughoutThis is an area in which I the year. In April, members have believed strongly and of every Rotary club in the worked consistently for the district completed a locallast 20 years." service project for the A graduate of Glasgow worldwide Rotarians At University, Kenny is a past Work Day. dean of his local law faculty Through contributions of and a retired judge and no- time, money and resources tary. He is past president of Rotarians promote a wide the Forth Valley Junior range of programs, includ-Chamber of Commerce and ing Rotary Youth Exchange,the Federation of Scottish speech and music contests,Junior Chamber of Corn- worldwide Human, Health, merce and past general legal and Hunger projects and the counsel of Jaycees Interna- eradication of polio, tional. Her Royal Majesty The Polio Plus project hasQueen Elizabeth II also ap- been underway more than pointed him deputy lieu- 20 years, and Kenny has tenant of his district. an ineral jewelry This year during the display their work should county fair, the Mineral contact Sandra Lee at 927- Building will showcase 7442. Display cases are hand-carved items from ha- available. tive timber grown in Again this year, the Plumas Sierra counties and Mineral Building will hand-crafted jewelry using include a theater area local minerals, featuring informative Woodcarvers or jewelry presentations pertaining makers who use products to Plumas and Sierra from the area and want to counties. Dr. Larry Holcomb, Ed. D. MFT linica for Stress Management Smoking -Weight Loss - Regression (530) 284-7491 By Appointment Only Member American Society of Clinical Hypnosis fog Northeastern Rural Health Clinics Proudly Acknowledges "k MD NHC Family & Women's Health May Graduate honored Plumas County Sheriff's Office Correctional Officer Tom Klundby, flanked here by Sheriff Greg Hag- wood and Jail Commander Debra Gonsalves, has become the first Plumas County correctional officer to graduate from the Yuba Col- lege Public Safety Center with the Directors Award, given to the out- standing overall student in a grad- uating class. He also received the Leadership Recognition Award, Platoon Leader Award and a De- fensive Tactics award when he graduated in late April. Klundby has been employed by the PCSO since February 2009. Hagwood said Klundby was continuing a trend of the next generation of officers arriving at the SO, as he was the fourth graduate in the last 16 months. 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Kelli Battistoni, Bob Eaton. Ernest R. Jr. Lambach, Windi Pence, Sandra Stratton. Margo Beaubien, Terri Edwards. Bob Lehman. Louda Peterson. Clare Tewksbury, Bob Beer, Estelle Edwards, Janice M. Leonhardt. Carol K. Pierson, Kay Tewksbury, Rosemary Beer, Milto K. Elliott, Angela Leonhardt. Dan Pierson, Orphie Thielen. Beverley Benneit, Patric.ia Elliott, William E. Leonhardt, Johnna Piller, Michele Thielen, John Bergstrand, Terry Farnworth, Dorothy Litchfield. Dan Plumas Legal Services Thill, Ann Binnuo. Lucia Farnworth. Melvin Madden, Jim Powers, Bill Thill, Peter Boland, Jim Farris, Jim Madden, Judi Pricer. Kathy Thon, Fred Bonta, Delia G. Farrisj Kay Madison. Rick Rameili, Elizabeth C. Thon, Sharon Brennan, Joseph Fauver, Gary Madison. Sharon Ramelli. Patricia Tolen. W. Steve Bresciani. Phillip Fauver, Sheri Mansell, Johnny ...... Ruth Trafton, Ted Bresciani, Shirley Sue Fisher, Dan Martin. Bill Reynolds,J. 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Christenson, Kay Golden, Charles A Meilan, Terry Shakespeare, Sandy Wingfield, Shaundell Churchill. Karel Gomez, Dennis Melhus, Jenny Shaw. Christie Withrow. Debi Churchill. Ray Goss. Dave Melhus. Pete Shepard, Marsha Withrow, Gregory Clark, Don Grant-Bryant, Susan T~ Morrison. Howard Shepard. S. Frank Wood, Mike Clark, Nancy Henson Green, Brack Morrison, Judy Shirk. Debbie Wood. Norma Comes, Bill Green, Kathy Mosley, DeAnne Short, Barbara Woods. D'Arcy Coates, Kimi Green, Mike Mos|ey, Leonard Short. Mike Woods. Suzanne Conidin, Sara Hagen, Lynn Muir. Malcolm Singh, Raj Wright, Judy Connolly, Thomas Hendrickson, Amy Murray, Chris Small, Steve Cudworth, Dianna Hentschel, Pete Over 30 years in real estate, banking & professional appraisal practice. Serving Plumas County as Assessor for the past 13 years. Paid for by the Committee to Elect Chuck Leonhardt