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Feather River Bulletin Wednesday, Sept. 9, 2015 9A % Writer Delaine Fragnoli, atop one of the 50 peaks she climbed for her 50th birthday, will be featured at Quincy Words & Music, Thursday, Sept. 10, at Patti's Thunder Cafd starting at 7 p.m. Photo submitted Noted local writer Delaine 50 peaks during my 50th year. Fragnoli will be featured at I am currently attempting to Quincy Words & Music, write about the adventure." Thursday, Sept. 10, at Patti's She added, "I have several Thunder Caf6 starting at 7 poems forthcoming in p.m. She will be reading anthologies. I would describe poems that explore the my poetry as having a strong terrain of the family and our narrative drive and a local landscape, muscular style. I've been A widely published writer, accused of writing Fragnoli is perhaps best 'emotionally complex' pieces, known locally as former to which I plead guilty." managing editor for Feather Doors open at 7 p.m. and Publishing's four Plumas the show starts at 7:15 p.m. County newspapers, a post An open mic sign-up is she left three years ago. Since available to all interested that time, she has indulged parties and performances her three passions: spending will begin at 8 p.m. time outdoors, practicing and Words & Music is teaching yoga and writing sponsored by Plumas Arts poetry, and admission is $3 at the Fragnoli holds degrees in door. Beverages will be English from California State available for purchase. University Fullerton:and :~ ......... Words & Music features Claremont Graduate_ :: acoushc peff6rmances:of university, and has taught muslc and the Spoken word: .... writing at the college level. She has earned her living for the past 25 years as a writer and editor for magazines, books and newspapers and has published broadly, from the American Transcendentalist Quarterly to national consumer magazines like Women's. Sports & Fitness and Bicycling. A regular contributor to the Plumas Arts literary calendar, she presented the women's history lecture on behalf of the Plumas National Forest and the Plumas County Museum on western writer B.M. Bower and her hovel "The Lookout Man," written while Bower lived in Quincy and set on Mount Hough. She was also featured in the 2014 Listen to Your Mother spoken word performance. Fragnoli says, "When I turned 50, I embarked on a project I called 50at50: hiking For more information about this or any of the many programs sponsored by Plumas Arts, call 283-3402, visit plumasarts.org or the Plumas Arts Gallery located at 525 Main St. in Quincy. Office hours are Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Eastern Plumas Health Care will hold a diabetic retinopathy-screening day on Saturday, Sept. 19. This screening is essential for diabetic patients who don't have easy access to an ophthalmologist for a complete vision exam. The statistics on diabetic retinopathy are staggering. The disease threatens 40 percent of diabetic patients with blindness. Further, patients often don't know anything is wrong until it's too late to stop the disease. With this simple screening, however, over 90 percent of patients who have the beginnings of the disease can be treated and their vision saved. The screening takes about 10 minutes and is usually done with eyes dilated. Patients who can't have their eyes dilated can still have the exam. The screening is covered by Medi-Cal, Medicare, and most other individual insurance plans. Family Medical Practitioner Christina Potter has trained with U.C. Berkeley optometrist Dr. Harry Green on the use of the diabetic retinopathy camera. "By providing this service in the primary care setting, we give patients easier access, no Jimmy Encinas, a diabetic patient at EPHC, found that he has early stage diabetic retinopathy at a recent screening held at Portola Medical Clinic. Thanks to the screening, Encinas caught his diabetic retinopathy early and will be able to prevent any further damage to his eyesight. Photo courtesy of Scott Strazzante, San Francisco Chronicle )lumasnews.com "The point is to make sure these patients ,keep their vision. There is no excuse for not getting this test." Linda Satchwell EPHC's Community Programs Coordinator which we hope will increase patient compliance with this recommended annual screening," said Potter. Licensed vocational nurse Nicole Tuccori is also trained to take the detailed retinal images. Eight retinal images per patient are encrypted and Portola Rotary Club to hold Fly-in B Susan Jacobsen Staff Writer sjacobson@plumasnews.com screening The Rotary Club of Portola will hold its annual Fly-In Pancake Breakfast at the Nervino Airport in Beckwourth, Sunday, Sept. 13, from 8 to 11 a.m. The event features an all-you-can-eat pancake breakfast, children's activities and aviation fun. There will be free flights for children, ages 8 to 17, offered by the local chapter of Propane Company in IRuuws & Sierra 65 East Sierra Ave, Portola 530-839--1959- Very Competively. Priced No delivery fees, statement fees, or hidden costs. "We Live Local, We Shop Local, We Support Local" the Experimental Aircraft Association. The winner of the raffle for a quad vehicle will be drawn that day with proceeds going to the Rotary Club of Portola Scholarship Fund. Tickets for the breakfast are $10 for adults and $8 for kids 12 and under. Tickets may be purchased by registering online at rotaryclubo ortola.com, or from Bi-State Prolaaa ....... Plumas Bank, Leonard's Market, local Rotarians or at the door. I:::I:HDAY, SI PTi MBI: 11TM, 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM MUSIC ON THE TERRACE :: HOLLY STERNBERG We welcome back violinist extraordinaire, Holly Sternberg, for a wonderful evening on the deck at Nakoma. With mild evening weather, the feel of summer continues with our outdoor music series. No Cover. Bar and dinner menus available. Reservations appreciated. SUNDAY, SI PTI MBI R 15TM, 4:00 PM - 7:00 PM TASTING ON Till: TI:RI ACI: .. SALYESTRIN WINERY Come meet the Salvestrin family who believe that balance is important in every thing they do, particularly in the vineyard. They have farmed their 26 acres according to organic guidelines for the past five years and have employed sustainable practices for three generations. $15 tasting fee credited towards purchase of dinner. sent through the secure online EyePACS system to optometrists at U.C. Berkeley. These specialists read the images and send reports back indicating retinopathy level and referral recommendations to Potter at EPHC in 48 hours or less. Patients who have signs of retinopathy will be referred to an ophthalmologist for treatment, usually within a period of several months. EPHC will arrange these specialist appointments for diabetic retinopathy patients, even making sure that patients have transportation to their appointments. Patients whose screenings are clear will need to come back every year for a re-screening, as this disease can develop at any time. EPHC wants to make this vision saving screening available to every diabetic patient in Plumas County. Test results will be sent to the provider that the patient designates, whether that provider is at EPHC or another medical facility. "The point is to make sure these patients keep their vision. There is no excuse for not getting this test," said EPHC's Community Programs Coordinator Linda Satchwell. Call 832-6600 to schedule an appointment for the screening. For further information or to learn about additional screening dates, call 832-6597. Bike Sale in Downtown Graeagle 2015 Specialized Rental & Demo Bikes Going on Sale September 1st Stump jumper FSR Comp Evo 650b's, Camber EVO 29ers, Rockhopper 29ers, Fatboys (El Nino is Coming) Hotrocks, Crossroads and Expeditions! Reserve yours now, they won't last long. The Quincy Community Supper Core Ministry Team would like to thank the following groups who have hosted, or will be hosting or providing other support through the end of 2015 The First Baptist Church The Silver Threads St. John's Catholic Church Kenny Davis Community United Methodist Church Debbie Freeze Quincy Seventh Day Adventist Church Luis Cunan Christ the King Episcopal Church Braden Smith Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints Nansi Bohne Our Savior Lutheran Church Plumas Rural Services Meadow Valley Community Church S-Clubs, Quincy High School Springs of Hope Christian Fellowship Plms. Co. Ofc. of Edu.: Special Projects Pgrm. Wstrn. Cncil. of Ind. Wrkrs. Local Un. #3704 Plumas County Board of Realtors Beta Sigma Phi Eta Alpha Chicago Title Company Plumas Bank, Main Office and Administration Town and Country Realty Independent Living Skills Foster Youth Group Fidelity National Title Company The Wooden Rose Bank of America, Quincy Branch Adult Literacy Group Flanigan-Leavitt Insurance Plumas County Resource Center Yolanda Davis & the FRC Ladies CI Quincy Comm. Supper Core Ministry Team Plumas Go. District Attorney's Office The Rotary Club of Quincy The Sober Sisters The Lions Club of Quincy The Newcomers' Club The Soroptimists Club of Quincy Quincy Certified Farmer's Market Girl Scout Troop 270 Greenhorn Ranch Boy Scout Troop 151 Feather Publishing Company PCRS's "Alive" Feather River College Administration Masons and Eastern Star FRC Football Team Rainbow Girls FRC Girl's Softball Team Mount Hough Ranger Station FRC Girl's Volleyball Team Forest Service Supervisor's Office UBNC/The Bear River Bikers Women of Twain Community Connections Morning Thunder Southern Accent Sav-Mor Foods Environmental Alternatives Dena and Bill Wilson Plumas County Sheriff's Office Bill and Sue Wickman Forest Service Retirees Pete Van Derhoff Community Assistance Network Suzaune and Scott Stirling Pangea Caf6 Safeway Quincy Volunteer Firefighters Dunn's Coffee and Fine Teas California Highway Patrol, Quincy The Back Door Catering Company American Valley 4-H Quincy Natural Foods Plumas County Republican Comm. Moons Restaurant PDH Wellness Committee Bullet Information Technology Chapter KH of PEO Plumas Charter School Plumas Christian School Plumas County Public Health Sylvia Wood We are grateful to live in a caring, supportive community. Our thanks again to all who make the Quincy Community ;upper possible. If you would like more information on help,ng to host a supper: Please call Community United Methodist Church at 283-1740 or PCIRC at 283-5515 Sincerely, The QSC Core Ministry Team To send a legal: typesetting@plumasnews.com To send an advertisement: maii@plumasnews.com