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1 "- 2A.'Wednesday, June 3, 2015 Feather River Bulletin Scout salute Scouts John Monroe,  left, and Bristin McRae from Troop 301 salute as they and other members of their troop assist Post Commander Alan DeWolf and other VeteranS of Foreign Wars members place Memorial Day flags on the graves of veterans at Quincy cemeteries. Photo submitted by Robert Turcotte Gary and Mary Vogt, owners of American Valley Hardware in Quincy, visit Colorado Springs to attend special ceremonies for their twin daughters. Avery (right, with Catherine) was promoted to captain in the U.S. Army and Sarah graduated from the University of Colorado, Colorado Springs. Wher,00 in ti00e World? Commission focuses on youths Debra Moore Staff Writer A host of private and governmental organizations provide services for Plumas County youths ranging from alcohol and drug prevention to college preparation. Bill Powers and Shelley Wilkerson presented a four-page list to the Board of Supervisors, which will be continually updated. "We are looking for areas where there are too many services or where there are services lacking," Wilkerson said. Both Powers and Wilkerson serve on the county's Juvenile Justice/Delinquency Prevention Commission, a group that has recently been rejuvenated. "Judge (Janet) Hilde asked Bill Powers to reorganize it and he's done a great job," Supervisor Lori Simpson said. "Our task is to look out for the welfare of wards of the court and foster children," Powers said. That means offering services within the county, but also placing kids out of the area when necessary. Powers said that the county places children at juvenile halls in Susanville and Nevada City. He dubbed the Susanville facility as "adequate" but called the latter "better in almost all ways." Wilkerson agreed. "The programming is extremely good; it's very clean and there is great interaction between staff and youth." County departments that provide services include Alcohol and Drug, Juvenile Probation, Mental Health and Social Services. Other organizations include Plumas Unified School District, First 5, Plumas Crisis Intervention and Resource Center, Plumas Rural Services and Feather River College. Permct For Grads! Bibles Reference Materials Video Section Devotionals Calvary Chapel 1953 E. Main St., Quincy 530-283-4463 (Next to Say-Mot) A GIFT FOR LIFE! hors d'oeuvres, and dinner I can t make ff dinner, MORE W. 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