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.Jl" River Bulletin Community NEWS Wednesday, July 25, 2001 7A I Delicious food and plenty of it was a good ice breaker as employees of Plumas County's two foster care agencies got together July 13. While both agencies work with foster children from Plumas County, Mountain Circle special- izes in longer term placements from another county in California. Environmental Alternatives specializes in plac- ing local children in local homes whenever possible. Mountain Circle has also gained its license as an adoption agency. and Shauna Rossington have buried the making it possible for Plumas County's two Care agencies to work more cooperatively to- Photos by Victoria Metcalf HI Harris speaks n as County Co- on Aug. 2, Memorial Hall, more than his is a fellow of the :ademy ef Elder He will bring experience facing se- Harris spear- nent of senior infor- referral services He persuaded University to give him a a tiny office. From that beginning, came the five county Area Agency on Aging Centers, lat- er the Janet Levy Center, now known as Passages Adult Resource Center. Mr. Harris returned to the university to earn his degree in elder law before setting up his practice in Chico. He has served as a Special Consul- tant to the California Depart- ment of Aging, the California Commission on Aging, and the (Native American) Inter-Tribal Council of Cali- fornia. He was a member of the task force on the Long-Range Plan for the El- derly and currently serves on the executive committee of the estate planning, trust and probate law section of the California State Bar. According to Commission Chair Bob Rowden, "We are very fortunate to have an ex- pert such as Mr. Harris speak to us. He has been an advo- cate and friend of the senior community for many years." All meetings of the com- mission are open to the pub- lic and interested persons are cordially invited to attend. For more information, call Rowden at 832-5105 or Nancy Lund at 284-7206. BANSHEE Eagle Mountain Yamaha 2019 E. Main St., Quincy : River College {$20) 2I?2-0202, ext. 214 192 Beginning Yoga break from your hectic life? Yoga is an excellent outlet for your stress, and will health and attitude! This class is designed to teach the basics of Hatha yoga to balance and strength. Yoga can truly change your life. Class meets in the ementary cafeteria Mondays, 6-7:30 p.m., August 27-December 17 (1 unit). Physical Geography ....... anti ~,uu.Uction to climate and the atmospheric processes mac cnaracte.rize.s~)ilS, veger~ul; ~"Ys~ca I meets at Greenvdle H~gh Scnom tuesdays, P.n~,. andscape development. Class aUgust 28-December 18. Taught by 3. Holland (3 units). e At SunBridge you will find a skilled professional staff and a warm, caring environment. Our care- givers are dedicated to meeting the medical, social and personal needs of our residents For more information, call Denise Huggins, Administrator, at 283-2110 SunBridge Care and Rehabilitation for Quincy ue uinc 283 2110 50 Central Aven Q Y - Caring for those you care about Presented by Bob DeMatteis \/ ............ /J / .... .......... / Wednesday, August 8 9:00am - 4-00pm Moon's Restaurant 497 Lawrence Street, Fourteen years ago Bob DeMatteis pursued an idea ...... today he has 14 U.S. Patents with sales over 150 million to firms like Sears, Home Base, WaI-Mart and Kroger! If Y_0_q have a good idea or an invention-you to attend his exciting workshop! You will learn: A development system that guarantees you'll make money from your ideas & patents, at little or no cost to you/ Valuable basics about patents, trademarks, and copyrights. How to save $1000's by researching your invention and writing your own patent application! How to save months in development time and associated costs. How to license you Intellectual Property and let others do most of the work. Timing has never been better-many companies are looking for money-making ideas! Call today to reserve your seat! Only =25001 Employment & Training Center - 283-1606 Plumas Corporation 283-3739 Lassen Career Network - 257-5057 If there is enough interest from Lassen County residents, LCN will charter a bus to Quincy/ Sierra College Small Business Development Center, the Northem Cafifomia Manufacturer's Assistance Program, the Alliance for Workforce Development, Inc. Plumas Corporation, and Feather River College. ] The Sierra College SBDC is a partnership program under the current cooperative Agreement with the US, Small Business Administration and the California Trade and Commerce Agency. Any opinions, findings and conclusions or recommenoa[~ons expressed in thts publicatKm are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect th views of the U,S. Small Bus.ruess AdminiStration or the State of California. All is extended to the public on a non discnmmatory bas~s. Arrangements tot the nano~- capped with be made if requested in advance. ii