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Feather River Bulletin Wednesday, July 28, 2010 3A CI rm At its regular meeting July tant to the foundation, re- dation towards a management future for the residence halls 15, the Feather River College sponded to questions from services agreement, underoperation." Board of Trustees discussed trustees, giving a brief update which the college itself would Foundation board president possible changes in the man- on the status of the roof re- manage the residence halls. Kris Miravalle was also upbeat agement structure at the placement project at the facil- The trustees' action was re- and said, "Letting the college Feather River College resi- ities, financed by a loan from ported at the foundation's manage the dorms willfree the dence halls, the college. He said the pro- board meeting July 22, with a foundation up to concentrate The Feather River College ject was going very well and motion by the foundation on our primary goals of raising Foundation operates the resi- was under budget, board to move quickly to for- money and creating programs dence halls. The trustees un- Given the fact the roof pro- mulate an agreement that in support of the college." derstood any changes would ject was coming in under bud- would allow the college to man- A working committee will require the assent of the col- get, trustees determined the age the residence halls, pend- move forward toward a man- lege foundation, emergency allocation to the ing all necessary approvals, agement services agreement. A request for funds from foundation would be made College president Ron Tay- Officials expect more infor- the college's forest reserve from those previously allocat- lor said he looked forward to n ation to be available in the triggered the discussion to ed funds, rather than provid- starting discussions; he was next fewweeks. help the foundation meet debt ing additional funds from the pleased with progress made Community members inter- service requirements and re- forest reserves, on the roof replacement pro- ested in participating in the solve cash flow issues. Emer- The trustees stipulated a ject and with the cooperative community host program may gency repairs to the facilities, $70,000 limit to the allocation spirit between the foundation contact Karen Paiva at the col- in part, caused cash flow is- and added a further condition and the college, lege at 283-0202 or Kris Mi- sues last winter, for the college president to ini- "There is every reason toravalle at the Bank of Ameri- Ron Groh, financial consul- tiate discussions with the foun- believe in a bright, solid fiscal ca, Quincy branch, 283-6600. hil in Birth Partners Pregnancy Institute on Health, the New labor was clearly helpfulsponsible health decisions for Mentors will begin childbirth England, British and American when women made decisionsmy child now, during preg- education classes Aug. 2, at 6 medical journals, the Cochrane about pain relief, nancy," said a 2010Birth Part- p.m. at the Workforce Connec- database and numerous other Classes facilitated positive ners participant. tion in East Quincy, and will evidence-based sources and re- birth outcomes, including re- Classes are partially funded continue Aug. 4, 9, 11 and 16. sources for parents as they ap- duction of Cesarean births, by PRS California Women, In- Why attend childbirth class- proach the most import.ant day The mother's confidence in fants and Children depart- es? Your healthcare provider oftheir child's life. her innate ability to give ment and Plumas Crisis and and your family and friends Evidence indicates delivery birth was enhanced. Intervention. A sliding-scale are all valuable sources of in- was less distressing for those Positive feelings toward the fee payment arrangement is formation during your preg- who attended childbirth edu- birth, health caregivers and available. Classes are free for nancy, delivery and your ba- cation classes, the infant were fostered.WIC and other eligible fami- by's early weeks. However, the At age 6 - 9 weeks, infants There was a decreases in lies. Pre-registration for class- body of information about this born to parents who took the use of drugs during labor, es is requested. For more in- most important period of your classes that included early in- including costly epidurals, formation, contact Susie Wil- child's life is growing daily, fant care displayed signifi- Attendance at childbirth son at 284-1406, birthpart- Birth Partners educators cantly better sleeping pat- classes was associated with a, or go compile current data from the terns than infants of parents 75 percent increase in the odds to World Health Organization, who did not. that a child will be breastfed. March of Dimes, Center for Information gained about "Your classes helped me see Disease Control, National the use of pain medication in that I need to start making re- I duct the finial competition #1884. Michael F. Smith, for the National Ritual Con- Plant City Florida Lodge test; present awards to the #1727, is this year's Grand Ex- winners of the various Grand alted Ruler. Lodge contests. This year's Northeast Dis- Exalted Ruler Pat Mealy trict's District Deputy Grand and First Lady Betty repre- Exalted Ruler is Don Baker sented Quincy Elks Lodge from Susanville Lodge #1487. The B.P.O. Elks held its an- nual national convention in Orlando, Fla. from July 4 - 8. It was the 146th convention. Participants at the national conventions nominate, elect and install Grand Lodge offi- cers; install the District Deputy Grand Exalted Rulers from throughout the nation; pi-opose and vote on changes and additions to their consti- tution, statutes rules and reg- ulations; make and renew friendships with Elks from DRIVEWAY MAINTENANCE ii:ii: + +,'ii:i .... • Early morning & evening appointments available • All appointments'seen promptly • Accept all insurance • Friendly and knowledgeable staff PLUMAS PHYSICAL THERAPY Kory Felker, MPT 78 Central Ave., Quincy 283-2202 ur um Almost everyone has had has also been on an actual di- at least a passing interest in nosaur dig in South Dakota. dinosaurs or fossils at some This free event is spon- time in their lives, sored by the Plumas County To learn more about the Museum and is suitable for age when these creaturesall ages. It will be held at roamed the earth, plan to the Plumas County Library attend a presentation on the Community Room in Quin- subject given by retired sci- cy Wednesday, Aug. 11, at ence teacher and paleontol- 6:30 p.m. ogy hobbyist Don Dailey of The program will be Quincy. about one hour in length. In addition to studying di- Call the museum at 283-6320 nosaurs and fossils, Dailey to reserve your seat. All your favorite sunglass frames are 25% off All Summer 283-2020 Visit our website at: FRIDEN OPTOMETRY FAMILY EYE CARE • CONTACT LENSES Jonathan Friden, O.D. • Joshua Baer, O.D. Formerly Drs. Gilman & Gilman 68 Central Ave. • Quincy • 283-202 0 Complete vision and eye care, Optometrists and Ophthalmologists on staff, Vision and Eye examinations, treatment of eye disease, cataract surgen/, foreign body removal, threshold visual field analysis, contact lenses, glasses (large selection of inexpensive to designer eyewear), low vision aids for the visually impaired, and vision therapy for learning related vision problems. throughout the nation; hold SLURRY SEALCOATING SSIH OIL workshops to inspire and HOT CRACK FILLING PATCHING help the goals of the various FREE ESTIMATES SERVING ALL OF PLUMAS & LASSEN COUNTIES Grand Lodge programs; con- 29581 HWY 89 CANYON DAM CA 95923 C-12 CA LIC. #762465 d 530 - 284 - 1474 I & new The annual free dinner for veterans, Old Vets Welcome Home New Vets, is scheduled for Saturday, July 31, 5:30 - 7:30 p.m., at Sports and Shorts in East Quincy. Family dining will be avail- able in the side lot; only those 21 and older will be allowed in the back lawn area. Donations are requested for dinners served to non-veterans. Veterans eat free of charge. The annual dinner first started several years ago when longtime Quincy resi- dent and businessman Dave Gott welcomed home his son, Ryan, from military service in Iraq. Each year the proceeds are given to the Reno Indigent Veterans Fund. For more information, call 283-3366. PAID POLITICAL ADVERTISEMENT We're Fighting For Our Logging Jobs... We're Fighting For Our Mill Jobs... Why Aren't We Fighting To Keep Our PAID FOR BY THE COMMITTEE TO SAVE OUR HOSPITAL Goldclass Serve g Beaut/fu/Ind ,n V/ey HIGHWAY 89, GREENVILLE HOURS: MON.-SAT. 7:30AM-9PM, SUN. 8AM-9PM "... Be ~ ~ on Fa~b~.r HOMETOWN PROD, www.evergreenmarket.b,z ~iiiii~¸ .~/?: ule Fun Saturday, July 3 I 10am - I pm • For Ages 4-1 2! 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