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2A Wednesday, Sept. 3, 2014 Feather River Bulletin, I music, nner Debra Moore Staff Writer dmoore@plumasnewsiom Nearly 100 supporters of Plumas District Hospital mingled, sipped wine and dined in a beautiful garden during the annual fundraiser Starry Mountain Nights. Sponsored by the Plumas Health Care Foundation and hosted by Bill and Sue Wickman, the evening's proceeds were dedicated to the purchase of a new digital mammography machine. While the Wickmans and their dedicated work crew prepared dinner Aug. 23, guests enjoyed hors d'oeuvres and cocktails and listened to the music of the Plumas Ukuleles (the Pukes). During a buffet dinner of salads, twice-baked potatoes, chicken and tri-tip, guests were treated to the sounds of the Lost Sierra Ramblers. Following dinner, guests Sponsored by the Ptumas Health Care Foundation and hosted by Bill " and Sue Wickman, the evening's proceeds were dedicated to the purchase of a new digital mammography machine. could select from a variety of delectable desserts prepared by Amy Bennett. Sheila Vargas welcomed guests and thanked them for their contribution to the new mammography unit. Greg Perkins, the hospital's chief radiologist, extended his appreciation as well. During the evening, Quincy residents Keith and Nancy Nicoles were honored for their work on behalf of the Plumas Health Care Foundation. Dwight and Karen Pierson, left, and retired Judge Roger Settlemire and Beverly Donato visit during Starry Mountain Nights, an ,, annual fundraiser presented by the Plumas Health Care Foundation. Photos submitted ,~ A Prayer for the New Nchool Year: Heavenly Father, we praise you for the gift of the masons, and for all the happiness and rest we have enjoyed this summer. At the beginning of a new school year, accompany students everywhere, and pour out your spirit of courage and cheerfulness upon each of them. Inspire their hearts to see the wonder of creation all about them. Grant them faithful friends, and instill them with a sense of the common good. Encourage them always to do their best, and remind them of your constant love, no matter their successes or failures. Guide, too, we pray, all those who have been called to the ministry of teaching in our communities; that through their vocation, children may grow in awe of your creation. Lastly, we pray for parents and caretakers; give them quiet confidence to entrust their children to your never-failing care. Amen. CHRIST THE KING ALL ARE WELCOME 530-283-0254 EPISCOPAL CHURCHX,[/SERVICES 10AM SUN 545 LAWRENCE ST. Tables fill the backyard of Quincy residents Bill and Sue Wickman as the couple hosts the annual '. Starry Mountain Nights fundraising dinner Aug. 23. Proceeds from this year's event were dedicated to the purchase of a new digital mammography machine for the hospital, , Breakfast features free plane rides for kids The Rotary Club of Portola hosts its annual Fly-In Pancake Breakfast on Sunday, Sept. 7, from 8 to 11 a.m. at Nervino Airport in Beckwourth. The breakfast is the club's largest fundraiser of the year, with proceeds going toward college scholarships and community service projects. Club members will serve pancakes, sausage, eggs, juice and coffee to an expected crowd of 600. The Rotary gin , fizz booth will also be open. In addition to, the all-you-can-eat breakfast, attendees will hear live music from the local band Code Bluegrass, view classic and antique cars and trucks and be able to take monster truck rides. The RenD British Car Club is also returning with a collection of MG sports cars. New to the event this year is the Young Eagles Program. This program introduces young people ages 8 through 17 to aviation by giving them a free plane ride. The ever-popular Rotary bounce house will also be set " up for the kids. There will be a giveaway .: with many great prizes and , the Rotarians will be selling tickets for a 2014 Polaris ATV. The cost of the event is $10 for adults and $6 for children 12 and under. For more information visit or call Toni Carl at 616-0251 or Kirk Lambe at : 51-3815. Patron ApprecmatiOn I Friday ! Shindig " e in Pay cash for the preventive screenings and tests you need! Or insurance won't cover a screening you need? See Or. Kim SATURDAY SEPT. 20th I for the low cash price of $25. She 71 do a brief exam anddiscuss which Preventive Health Screenings are right for,vou. www.ephc.or! BR1NGYouR WE WILL PROVIDE GRILLs VALUE IS PART OF EVERY PACKAGE I Bio(~ ..........C"SPAN~~ GreatAmericanCountry Nickelodeon/NickatNite(l~"~" RFD:TV WeatherChannei ] I Bloomberg Televls=on D=shHOME Interactive TV Hallmark Channel Nckelodeon/Nlck at Nrte (W) Sc=enceI ii~ii ACT NOW AND ALSO GET: PI EMIUM CHANNELS for 3 Offer sub t to change based on premium channel avaJhtbi] t y. Ask how you can save $i0/mo. ~ + ~ I~UNDLE AND SAVE W,TH D,SH WITH DISHNET HIGH:SPEED tNTERNET All ~ require 24-month c~mmltrmmt and cmdh quaUflcaxtcm.