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Bulletin, Recorcl, Progressive, Reporter Wednesday, June 18, 2014 13B DRILL, from page 1B "It was a good drill. It got multiple agencies together that deal with wildland fire in an urban interface." Robbie Cassou Quincy Fire Chief Unless cellphones are registered with the CodeRed system, residents won't receive emergency warnings. "It was a great lesson learned," Sipe said, and plans are underway to alert residents of the need to register their phones. Registration can be accomplished'by visiting the sheriffs department or by going to and following the CodeRed link on the homepage. The other communication-related problem centered on the ability of the various agencies to converse due to spotty cell phone and Internet availability in many areas of the county. While the exercise uncovered weak links in commurflcations, it served to strengthen agency interaction. "While we are addressing some radio communications challenges; we have come a long way working through how we dispatch local resources and share information and resources among ourselves," said Steve Millert, left, of the Forest Service, reviews a drill map with Jerry Sipe, the county's director of the office of emergency services. Millert. "The biggest impact I see really is that we are creating a common vision for the future." "It was a good drill," Quincy Fire ChiefRobbie Cassou said. "It got multiple agencies together that deal with wildland fire in'an urban interface." "The real value in the exercise was the relationships that were formed," Sipe said. He hopes that the drill, which took six months to coordinate, can be duplicated in the northern part of the -county in conjunction with the Lassen National Forest. Sipe complimented all of the agencies involved and the "widespread community effort." " Meadow Valley residents will have an opportunity to interact with those who conducted the drill this Thursday, June 19 from 7 to 8 p.m. at the Meadow Valley Church. Hooping and Hopping on tap in Greenville Wendy Weight Special to Feather Publishing It's time for another Lupines "Around the Kitchen Table" event, but this time we're taking it outside! Always in search of promoting inexpensive and efficient ways to promote everyday good health, Lupines is sponsoring a free and fun hula-hooping/j ump-roping event Saturday, July 12, from 10 a.m. to noon. If you're interested in an exceptionally fun way to sneak a good workout into your day, come play with us and learn the benefits of both of these traditional pastimes. " We'll provide plenty ofhula hoops and jump ropes. (Of course you're also welcome to bring your own.) We'll also supply some upbeat music and free fruit-smoothie refreshments. Come with your expertise or no knowledge at all. "A lot of the fun is people sharing what they know with each other," says owner Lanis LeBaron. Children will especially love to move their bodies to the music and maybe even learn a few jump-rope rhymes their parents used to sing. Who remembers "Cinderella dressed in yeUa, went downstairs to kiss a fella ..." or "Miss Mary Mack, Mack, Mack, all dressed in black, black, black, with silver buttons, buttons., buttons, all down her back, back, back 9, 9 w PUBLIC NOTICE- PUBLIC NOTICE EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY Notice is hereby given That the Office of the Sheriff-Coroner is in the process of establishing an eligibility list for future job openings within the department. Applications for placement on the eligibility list and job descriptions may be obtained at or by calling 530-289-3700. Employer: SIERRA COUNTY SHERIFF-CORONER Position: Corrections-Communications Officer I, II, & III Full Time and Part Time Salary: C/O I $2,792.37 $3,394.14 C/O II $2,970.41 $3,6-10.55 C/O Ill $3,208.19 $3,899.58 SIERRA COUNTY IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER Women and Minorities are Encouraged to Apply Final filing date: Friday, June 27, 2014 * 5:00 PM Submit applications to: Sierra County Sheriff's Office P.O. Box 66 / 100 Courthouse Square Downieville, CA 95936-0066 Lupines owner Lanis LeBaron prepares for an upcoming huta-hooping and jump-roping event With Harper Weight, CeCe Weight, Lily Stapf and Holden Cook. Photo submitted We'll also be joined by Aimee Hamilton, skilled hula-hooper and creator of Hoops and Groups, a hula-hoop promoting project based in Quincy. Hamilton teaches and sllares her hooping skills, inspiring others to embrace this creative, dynamic fitness practice. Hamilton first trained at a hula-hooping workshop several years ago and has been following her bliss ever since. "Hooping changed my life," says.Hamilton, who's been known to hoop with her &month-01d daughter on her shoulders. "There's something about the energy, the positivity and being able to spread that to others that makes me happy." She currently sells her handmade hoops at the Quincy Certified Farmers' Market every Thursday. If you're interested in having her come teach your group, you can contact her at Why hula-hooping and jump-roping? "I think the appeal is that they're so simple and yet so fun," says Lllpines worker Pat Bradley With two simple props you can get d full body workout. Hula-hooping builds core strength and flexibility. It also teaches rhythm, coordination. balance and grace. The meditative movements connect mind and body, relieving stress and building confidence. Jump-roping brings the benefits of endurance, strength, coordination, and rhythm. 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