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Feather River Bulletin Wednesday, May 23, 2012 3A Soroptimists honor local we,7 00,en YOGA, from page 2A In that vein, in addition to the regular studio schedule, Trails Within has scheduled two backpacking retreats for this August where partici- pants will spend several days enjoying the beauty of the Sierra while learning with new friends. Each backpack- ing retreat has a different fo- cus, ranging from yoga and meditation to Qi Gong and Chinese medicine. Trails Within will provide events and workshops on a regular basis geared toward healing. The first will be a natural lotion maling class June 16 from 2 to 4 p.m. Students will learn how to make their own natural heal- ing hand and body lotion with botanical expert and hiking guide Kelly Boire. Why is Williams opening a wellness center in the small community of Graeagle? "Graeagle has an emerging community that is eager and interested in yoga, medita- tion and wellness classes," she says. "In addition, the nearby Lakes Basin Recre- ation Area and Plumas-Eure- ka State Park provide the playground needed for com- bining yoga and outdoor recreation, making Trails Within in Graeagle a perfect retreat destination." Soroptimist International of Quincy honors several local women and one man for their contributions to the community at a dinner May 15. Back row, from left: Tiffany Leonhardt, Julie White, Nanci Luce, Soroptimist President Kris Miravalle, Steve Ziegler (accepting for Betty Zeigler), Donna McEIroy, Wendy Hood and Isabella Brandes. Front row, from right: Mary June German, Mary Estes and Michelle Fulton (accepting for Howard Heyden). Not shown: Joyce Scroggs, Nina Martynn, Vanessa Thompson, Sherri Curnow and Sonia Robinson. Photo by Mona Hill Soroptimist awards Wendy Hood, "Women Strengthening Families," for her contribution to helping qualify families to obtain child care, one of the most important aspects of improv- ing employment opportuni- ties. Nina Martynn, "Outstanding 'S' Club Member," for her Q volunteer work in the com- munity and a scholarship. Mary June German, "Soropti- mist Sunshine Award," for her contributions to the com- munity as a founding mem- ber of the Newcomers Club, now known as the Out and :Abo, uters.   , Isabella Brandes, "Violet Richardson Award," $500 scholarship for her volun- teerism. Mary Estes, "Women Sup- porting Women," for her dedication in providing quali- ty child care services in the Community. Hanoi Luce and Shear Pleasure, "Women Advancing the Sta- tus of Women," for her con- tributions to women. Sherri Curnow and Sonia Robinson, Gray's Flower Garden, "Business Women Supporting Quincy Soropti- mist," for their ongoing sup- port of the club's annual gar- den tour and SI Quincy's work on the triangle garden near the California Highway Patrol office. Tiffany Leonhardt, "Woman of Distinction," for her pro- . :fessionalism ad Cofitribu: tions in business and market- ing on behalf of the Plumas District Hospital Foundation. Donna McEIroy, "Women of History," for her lifelong commitment to Meadow Val- ley and the timber industry. Joyce Scroggs and Julie White, "Soroptimists of the Year," for their dedication to the work of Soroptimist Interna- tional of Quincy.  A "Certificate of Apprecia- tion" went to Carey Candy Co. for its support of the club's annual Easter egg hunt. Certificates also went to the Feather River College Rodeo Team, Miravalle Con- struction, Sierra Pacific Indus- tries, Joy Engineering's Kenny Risley, Wilburn Construction's Tim Mannies, Riverside Rock's Cindy Robinson and Sierra Concrete's Tom Vaglivielo for their in-kind donations and support of the club's work on the triangle garden. Vanessa Thompson, "Women's Opportufiity Award," $100 scholarship to assist in efforts to return to the workforce. Betty Zeigler and Howard Heyden, in memoriam, "Pen- ny Pines Award," honoring their contributions to the community in partnership with the Forest Service for re- forestation in the Bald Rock Zone near Berry Creek. Hate to Paint? Call a Professional/ • Interior & Exterior Paint & Stain • Commercial, Residential, Big or Small • Serving Plumas and Sierra Counties ) • 30 years Experience • Discount Pricing BOB RAYMOND PAINTING 836-1339 ca Lic. #759277 Now IN (: UINCY PAID POLITICAL ADVERTISEMENT #2 "We need to ensure that the Sheriff's, Probation and District Attorney's Office are adequately supported and funded." (530) 283-3277 PAID FOR BY THE COMMITTEE TO ELECT HUFFMON FOR SUPERVISOR 2012 N E VV S i,:" 1 CLICK AWAY ::::: .......................... Kathleen K. 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