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Feather River Bulletin Wednesday, Sept. 17, 2014 7A Where in the World? Quincy business owners Ran and Stephanie Horton stand in front of the Olympic rings from 2010 in Whistler, British Columbia. They were visiting their daughter and son-in-law in Vancouver, BC. "We also got to shoot the guns used in the Olympic biathlon," said Stephanie, "both getting a perfect score, honored with wearing a symbolic gold medal." Fall Festival supports 139-year-old church Samantha P. Hawthorne Staff Writer shawthorne@plumasnews.com The Taylorsville Quilters are hosting their 56th annual Fall Festival on Saturday, Oct. 4. The decades-long tradition offers guests the opportunity to enjoy locally made goods -- such as sewing, knitting, embroidery, crocheting and quilting items; and candies, p es, breads, cakes, preserves, jams and jellies -- while supporting the historical Taylorsville Community Methodist Church. From 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., guests will be welcomed to the Taylorsville Grange Hall with an elaborate display of locally created items for sale. To ensure a unique experience, community volunteers have worked together to ensure all items available for sale are made by Methodist church, which has hand. been a part of the community "Everything we do is for for 139 years, she said. just one purpose -- (to In addition to the many benefit) the historic church," items up for sale, a luncheon said chairwoman Sally will be served starting at William3. noon and a quilt drawing will Any proceeds collected take place at 2 p.m. during the festival will be used For more information to maintain and support the contact Williams at 284-6179. Lowest Prices of the Year for Exterior Painting! Free Estimates Summer Time Slots Filling Fast Siding/Deck Restoration & Brightening Over 20 Years in Plumas County Lead-Safe Certified Protect and Beautify your Home with the Lowest Prices of the Year. BOB RAYMOND PAINTING CA Lic #759277 836-1339 or 249-3966 We can assist with all your building needs - from plans to the finished product CONSTRUCTION (530) 283-2035 P.O. Box 1369 QUINCY, CA 95971 L,c. #453927 s5 off " exclusive offer by: Cathy Michael @ Body and Soul East Quincy Hair Cuts Colors Styles 2266 E. Main St. Quincy Lighting Carpets Blinds Wood Flooring www.graeaglelightingcompany.com Hours: Open Wed-Sun, 9:30AM - 4PM PDH health fair scheduled to begin Oct. 6 Over 20 years ago, Plumas District Hospital introduced a semi- annual low-cost health fair. Community members have lined up by the hundreds to take advantage of the inexpensive health screening. Since the beginning, health fair participants have paid $50 (cash) for a series of lab tests that would normally cost over $600 if billed to their insurance company. The very low price helps patients managing chronic conditions to keep up on important monitoring. Despite volunteers lending a hand, for the past several years the hospital has struggled to even cover the costs associated with the event. During the most recent health fair, in spring 2014, patients were asked if they would like their test results to be entered into their electronic medical record (EMR). Over 74 percent said yes. Including results in the EMR is a win for patients and their doctors. Even so, the new process adds to the overall expense of the event. The hospital's EMR requires comprehensive training, eliminating the likelihood of a volunteer performing that duty. With all these factors in mind, leaders have determined that the more health fair tests PDH performs at $50, the higher the financial impact. Health fair organizers have gone back to the drawing board to fmd a way for PDH to continue to provide this valuable service, without it being a f'mancial drain. They have arrived at a new pricing schedule to offset losses. The cost for,the comprehensive blood screening during the October event will be $75. Prostate cancer screening will be $25, and bone density tests will remain at $50. blood sugar screenings will be offered for free -- funded by a grant award from UnitedHealthcare Group. The PDH fall low-cost health screening will take place from 6:30 to 8:30 a.m. beginning Monday, Oct. 6, and running through Thursday, Oct. 9, in the North Fork Family Medicine Building on Valley View Road behind the hospital in Quincy. More information about the fall low-cost health screening is available at 283-5640. 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