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Feather River Bulletin Wednesday, July 1, 2015 7A For the health of it The Plumas District Volunteers bestows special recognition for those members reaching milestones, in terms of the numbers of hours they donated to PDH during the past year. Back, from left" Irene Walkemeyer, Carlene Sedgwick, Marilyn Christensen,. Laurie Beck, Gayle Anderson, Sam Pence and Sue Miller. Front, from left: Mary Edwards, Linda Hardy and Linda Reid Wallace. Not pictured, but also reaching milestones are: Linda 8usselen, Nancy Nicoles, Linda Kanski, Denise Pyper, De Brubaker, Gayle Higgins, Inge Stone and Rita Christensen. As a group, the volunteers contributed over 6,600 hours to PDH last year and over $78,000 for equipment and room renovations. Photos submitted The Plumas District Hospital Volunteers award its annual scholarship to Jack Kuipers during a June luncheon. Scholarship committee members shown with Kuipers, from left: Gloria Boland, Marilyn Christensen, Bonnie Norton (committee chairperson) and Joann Kibbee. The scholarship is awarded to a student who plans a career in the health field. grap in lumas wor Miriam S. Cody his days with McGuiness: Staff Writer "I took him up to Crystal mcody@plumasnews.com Lake for some nice shots, bad weather excluded, and JeffTitcomb, who lives in I wore him out that day with Greenville, is best known for Heart K Ranch, Antelope his work with the Indian Lake, Crystal Lake, Heart K Valley Community Services Ranch again and Greenville District as office manager Main Street," Said Titcomb. and board secretary. What McGuiness headed to some people don't know, Redding and then back up however, is that he is also through Lassen Volcanic the (just re-elected) National Park as well as treasurer/secretary for the Whiskeytown. He came back Shasta Cascade Wonderland to Greenville and stayed Association. another night, "because he SCWA is the nonprofit wanted to shoot the Heart K destination marketing and Antelope with some blue organization for the eight skies too," said Titcomb. counties of the Shasta McGuiness said his main Cascade Region. "We are assignment was to shoot also a membership specific 360-degree images organization representing to be displayed on the the region's tourism and Internet. "But I hope Visit hospitality industry," reads California will buy some of the SCWA website, ' the other shots too, as he shastacascade.com, took some wonderful Another tourism-based panorama views." organization that works Titcomb told Feather closely with SCWA, Visit Publishing promoting California, sent tourism in Indian Valley and photographer Myles Plumas County is important McGuiness to Plumas to him. County in mid-June to spend "I just think it would be a few days taking pictures of nice to keep folks informed the area for its various that some of us are working promotions of the state, on tourism/recreation for Visit California (also the county," he said. "It's known as the California important that people know Travel & Tourism that my work with the Commission) is a nonprofit SCWA has produced some organization "with a mission results and McGuiness' to develop and maintain photos will go worldwide." marketing programs in According to Visit partnership with the state's California, "travel and travel industry that keep tourism expenditures California top-of-mind as a totaled $117.5 billion in premier travel destination," 2014 in California, reads the Visit California supporting jobs for 1,027,000 website, visitcalifornia.com. Californians and generating Titcomb, who also dabbles $9.3 billion in state and local in photography, described tax revenues." Have a Safe Holiday Weekend On Independence Day, Saturday, July 4th, All Transfer Sites, Recycling Centers and the Main Office will be closed O Feather River Disposal, Inc. WASTE MANAOEMENT Serving Quincy, Greenville & Chester/Lake Almanor 1947 Lee Road, Quincy CA "like" us on facebook NON-RENEWED HOME INSURANCE? HAVING A HARD TIME FINDING COVERAGE? Home Auto Commercial Life Tom an ia Goss License #0708562 OFFICES IN QUINCY AND PORTOLA Quincy- 283-1380 or Portola- 832-090 July 3, 4 & 5 9am to 3pm You can build a care package for our soldier or sponsor a wreath for a Veteran's grave for the National Remembrance Ceremony. Stop by Valu-Wide Discounts (on the Corner of Hwy 70 and Gulling in Portola) BUILD A CARE PACKAGE FOR OUR SOLDIERS There will be a display of acceptable items/ideas for the boxes. Or if you like you can simply sponsor a box that is already filled! No shopping required. If shipping is your thing there will be a donation can out to help off-set some of the shipping cost as well. SPONSOR A WREATH Your wreath sponsorship places a wreath on a Veteran's grave and helps to fund Veteran and educational outreach. The Nations Remembrance Ceremony's at Whispering Pines and Shady Grove here in Portola (as well as the Nation) will be DECEMBER 12, 2015.