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Bulletin, Progressive, Record, Reporter Wednesday, Aug. 25, 2010 1B N INSIDE SECTION B: EDITORIAL AND OPINION UPCOMING EVENTS II Adventu,'p " in , .mmer service: Greenville grad spends two weeks xn Fiji Haley Fox and other youth provide one of several community services by painting a mural o~ the Nabila schoolboys hug Haley Fox, who plays with them and teaches them new games after kindergarten. Photo submitted school, like duck, duck, goose and tree, rock, bridge. Photo submitted Haley and other youths paint the outside of a schoolhouse, which was one of several work projects they accomplished over a two-week period. Photo submitted Alicia Knadler baths, sw nming, good food Indian Valley Editorand ice cream, a rare treat for Fiji. Fox taught English to the Greenville High School youngest students at the graduate Haley Fox enjoyed NabUa Public School, and she yet another adventure in taught leadership skills to service over her summer older students in fifth to break, this time to Fiji.eighth grades. Her past adventures in She painted schools, picked service to others were inup trash offthe beach, Asian countries, once as worked on school computers assistant to her father, a and many other tasks. fisheries scientist. She also taught leadership This summer she partici- skills to young women. paled in a community service She was surprised by the adventure through Rustic cultural heritage in the Pathways, a company that people of the coastal region offers travel programs for surrounding Nabila, where high school students aged 12 there were more Hindi people o!: above, families, groups, t ha a.t.ltor . e.l ia.a ,.aiid .... .... a {d c0ilege students', : .... howthe Hiridi kids were Wanting to help others often better educated and more than anything else, more privileged than the Fox chose a total service Fijian kids. adventure this time, instead Fox said it was like Hawaii of one that offered both would be to Californians, a service and adventure, nearby vacation place. The She spent two weeks work- flight from Australia is only ing primarily in such areas about four hours. as construction, leadership There were about 60 youth training, computer work and living at the base, and they other tasks, worked in small groups of But it was not all work for about eight. her and the other youth; they Fox enjoyed her group were also treated to a week- immensely, because they end at a resort, where they enjoyed a boat ride, mud See Fox, page 6B Fijian women have fun while learning leadership skills from youths. Photo by Haley Fox PLUMAS COUNTY:: ..... cAL, OnN,A FOCUS ON Everything you need is now on-line and easy to navigate. Her arejust a few h,2hf,2hts... Sign up for Emergency Notifications Alerts sent via text or email Job Openings Immediate text Or email n0tificadon County-wide Community Calendar On-line Job Applications Live Help desk [] Supervisors meetings on audio Bookmarked by agenda, item Contractor bid and RFP requests Frequently asked Q&As Offered by department County Codes County Maps Plumas Countyt new website was designed for your convenience. Please let us know if you would like any changes or additions. Fijian village children enjoy posing for the camera between games with visiting youths at a construction site. Photo by Haley Fox