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2A Wednesday, Aug. 26, 2015 Feather River Bulletin Dr. Jeff Kepple, right, the chief executive officer of Plumas District Hospital introduces John D. Rockefeller, the new executive director of the health care foundation. Rockefeller brings an impressive resume to his new role. Kepple also used the event to highlight some of the past year's successes including recruiting new physicians, securing state-of-the art equipment and finishing the year in the black. Electrical & General Construction Over Thirty Years Industry Experience Commercial, Residential & Agricultural New Construction, Additions & Renovations Contract & Service Work Construction Management & Inspections Licensed, Insured & Bondable Serving Plumas County Local References Available Michael Scott, Owner (530) 258-9327 or CA License 965948 - A, B & C-10 Supporters of the Plumas District Health Care Foundation gather in Bill and Sue Wickman's backyard for Starry Mountain Nights on Saturday evening, Aug. 22, the foundation's popular annual fundraiser. Photos by Debra Moore Each year the health care foundation honors an hospital ip a unique way. Th!s year thehonor procuring a new,ambulance. John had been called away to accepted the honor from Bill Wickman, the president of the individual or group that has contributed to the went to John'and Kitty'Gay ~o their ~or~jn work on a fire, but Kitty, cer~ter, foundation and hospital board of directors,and Tiffany Leonhardt,the outgoing executive director of the foundation. Leonhardt was also honored for her foundation work. Send in your yellow Plumas-Sierra REC Annual Member Meeting Registration Card Included with your August Ruralite Today! { f ~" '.. fA JL-L c.jj- ..... 1690 E. Main St., Quincy 283-3302 Your Touchstone Energy~ Cooperative This year's meeting will be held on Saturday, September 12, at our Portola Office, 73233 State Route 70. Actlv tles begin at 10 o.m. For more information call (800) 555-2207 or visit our website at Registration cards must be received by August28. Ifyou need a disability-related accommodation to participate in the Plumas-Sierra REC Annual Meeting of Members, please contact us at (530) 832-4261 as soon as possible so that we can make the proper arrangements. We look forward to seeing you there. l i Men, Women, Children Walk-ins Welcome! Offer good through Aug. 29, 2015 *Haircut Only-No shampoo, blow dry, etc CLOTHING " JEWELRY ACCESSORIES | Welcome back FRC Students! Meet LaMalfa this Friday Congressman Doug LaMalfa will host a town hall meeting in Quincy on Friday, Aug. 28, from 4 to 5:30 p.m. in the Mineral Building at the Plumas Sierra County fairgrounds. Earlier in the week, the Republican congressman met with residents in Chester, Susanville and Downieville, and was the program at the Quincy Rotary Club's Monday lunch meeting. A lifelong farmer, LaMalfa represents California's First Congressional District, which includes Plumas, Lassen, Buttel Glenn, Modoc, Nevada, Placer, Shasta, Sierra, Siskiyou and Tehama counties: LOUNGE ; Main St, Quinc.V, ( J