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Feather River Bulletin Wednesday, Sept. 10, 2014 5A Emma Ortiz, right, and her sister Alexis show off the giant white tiger Emma won during the Barry Kirshner Wildlife Sanctuary & Educational Center fundraiser. Photo by Shirley Pierson Macy Peay holds the cuddly chimp she won during the fundraiser. Photo by Leslie Sutton Fundraiser collects money for sanctuary The Barry Kirshner Wildlife Sanctuary & Educational Center announces the winners of its fundraiser, held over two days at the Quincy Post Office and Quincy branch of Plumas Bank. The winner of the giant white tiger was Emma Ortiz (age 2), of Elk Grove. Helping her claim the first prize is her 5-year-old sister, Alexis. Grandpa Robert "Bubba" Pierson, of Quincy, bought the winning tickets. Macy Peay, of Quincy, claimed second place, winning the cuddly chimp, and Rick Foster, of Quincy, won the third-prize Bengal tiger. All ticketswere drawn by Cathy Williams at Plumas Bank. Thanks to the generosity and support of the community, the foundation gained $840. The Kirshner wildlife sanctuary is home to a remarkable variety of native, exotic and endangered animals. The majority of these animals have "special needs" -- health issues or other concerns that prevent their reintroduction into a natural environment. The facility is the only sanctuary of its kind in California. The sanctuary is located at 4995 Durham-Pentz Road, by Butte College. Visitors are welcome; admission is $10 for adults, $6 for children 15 years and under. The organization accepts donations via PayPal; to learn more visit Food summit invites everyone to the 'FEAST' The Plumas County Public Health Agency, Plumas-Sierra Community Food Council and the Food Bank of Northern Nevada are set to host a FEAST event to seed community action. "The Plumas-Sierra FEAST Food Summit will be a celebration of local food, an exploration of the local food environment and a community conversation about how we can build the food system and ensure access to its bounty by residents of all income levels," said Kristi Jamason, of the Food Bank of Northern Nevada. Citizens are invited to participate in the FEAST (Food, Education, Agriculture, Solutions Together) food summit focusing on the local food system. FEAST is an opportunity for the following: --To engage in an informed and facilitated discussion about food, education and agriculture in Plumas and Sierra counties. --To begin work toward solutions together to build a healthier, more equitable and resilient local food system. The summit will be held 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. Friday, Oct. 17, at the Sloat Towne Hall. Sloat is located halfway between Quincy and Graeagle, off Highway 70. All residents interested in improving access to healthy local foods are welcome at the free event addressing community food security for Plumas and Sierra counties. Register at s-Sierra_FEAST. About the Food Bank of Northern Nevada The mission for the Food Bank of Northern Nevada is "Feeding the hungry today and solving hunger for tomorrow through community partnership." The food bank is a food distribution system that provides more than 15.5 million meals annually through a network of 130 partner agencies and six direct service programs. For more about the Food Bank of Northern Nevada visit, or About the Plumas-Sierra Community Food Council The mission of the Plumas-Sierra Community Food CoUncil is "To increase community resiliency by fostering vibrant local agriculture and increasing access to healthy food for everyone in the Plumas-Sierra region." The council works to improve community food security through advocacy, policy and grassroots programs that shape the region's food system and the health of its residents. For more information visit CommunityFoodCouncil. About the Plumas County Public Health Agency The mission of Plumas County Public Health Agency is "To promote individual and community health through effective and .respectful services, planning and policy." The group aims to develop collaborative relationships that strengthen and empower the community, enhance quality of life and safeguard the environment. For more SCHOOL CLOSURES: Please refer to the District Website for any school closures or to make sure your school is open. ( Picture Day is Thursday, September llth. Pictures will be taken during your PE class. If you do not have PE please refer to the following schedule. 1st period 12th grade, 2nd period 11th grade, 3rd period 10th grade, 4th period 9th grade. 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