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6B Wednesday, Sept. 23, 2015 Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter New corrections officer Heather Willis, center, watches as her mother, Charlotte Willis, pins a badge on her uniform while Assistant Sheriff Dean Canalia looks on during a ceremony at the Plumas County Courthouse in Quincy on Monday, Sept. 14. Heather Willis, a 2009 Portola High School graduate, is the newest corrections officer at the Plumas County jail. She has been working at the jail since April and was scheduled to begin training at the police academy today. The Portola resident is a 2011 graduate of Feather River College and also earned a bachelor's degree in biology from University of Nevada, Reno. "There are only 76 people in the world who wear a Plumas County Sheriff's badge," Canalia said during the ceremony. "We are a very exclusive family and Heather is our newest member." Photo by Dan McDonald Lee Shinabarger Serving the Greenville, Quincy.& Portola Areas =0) 680-7136 Twenty-year resident Lee Shinabarger (Clark Pest Control), holds up a copy of the Plumas Business Directory. "Since we recently started advertising in the professional directory in our local newspapers our business has... Don't think for a minute that advertising in the local papers doesn't work or that people don't read newspapers anymore. I can tell you first-hand that they are extremely r well read. Including my advertising message in these papers for the readers to see has worked [L tWi I exceptionally well for me! ii 530-680-7136 [ Chester/Lake Alrnanor Area Carl: 530-345-2424 lee ~ I 1-800-936-3339 : w~.clarkpest.com I ) Lee Sh/nabar r la Let our experienced and knowledgeable sales team help -- you with a print advertising campaign that is designed to help you increase your traffic and your sales. FEATHER RIVER Marc Holly Val Cheri 283-0800 258-3115 Roger Val 832-4646 284-7800 N r Ime Val Jill Laura Erika 258-3115 257-5321 During national Red Residents and businesses Ribbon Week, Oct. 23 in the county can purchase through 31, the Plumas red tulip bulbs in groupings County O me of Education, of 10, 50 or 100 bulbs at a Prevention Department, is price of just $1 per bulb and offering an opportunity to are encouraged to plant the improve local scenery while bulbs during Red Ribbon promoting healthy living Week so that the tulips will among the youth of our bloom in April, 2016, which communities, is alcohol abuse awareness The week will be filled month. with activities, contests and According to Patrick, the educational opportunities in intent of the program, and local schools to increase the blooming tulips, is to awareness about the risks remind youth of how associated with drug, beautiful life can be when alcohol and tobacco use; and it's drug, alcohol and encourage healthier lifestyle tobacco free. decisions among local The proceeds generated youth, from the tulip sales will help Sara Patrick, prevention support the annual Sober coordinator with PCOE, Grad night for seniors at created a "Plant a Promise" local high schools. campaign to get people For more information or involved in helping to purchase tulip bulbs, kids make healthier contact Sara Patrick before choices. Sept. 28, 283-6557 ext 5351. To Subscribe LWV to consider state membership The League of Women Voters of Plumas County will host Kathy Souza of the LWV of California electronically via Skype tonight,. Sept. 23, at 6 p.m., in the Quincy Library meeting room. Souza will answer questions about the local chapter becoming a member been exploring the pros and cons of becoming a regular chapter. The meeting is open to the public. Also on the agenda is the annual essay contest for students in ninth through 12th grades. For more information about the local nonpartisan, voter education 283-0800 257-5321 of the state league. The group contact president 58-3115 .... ^-^ Plumas League is currently a Susan Christensen at : U Z-qt:}qb member-at-large and has 283-2424.' DUFFERS FOR DOGS Sic, [ at Whitehawk Ranch Golf Club , I Vo'yBe'el tyor I I Sunday, October 4, 2015 [ I 9:30 am Registration Begins[ I ~~ 10:00 am Light Brunch[ I~~~' '/ '' 00 am S~~un S'a~ ]; ntestS 4:00 pm Award& Hearty Appetizers " /'-- aRattlem, ' .... Entry ee $125 each* I Over 50% of your entry fee goes to the dogs at HSAR J I www.highsierraanimalrescue.org 530-832-4727 events@highsierraanimalrescue.org I CASH PRIZES! . AUCTION! Play yourself or sponsor a student golfer Live and silent auctions Live music by The Sheehys, Doug & Meg Raffle pnzes Men and women golfers, includes golf, range, dinner and goodie bag. 1st, 2nd, 3rd, cash prizes. 4 hole-in-one-prizes: Two $10,000 holes, one ATV, one Ranger. Mens and women's long drive (by age group), Putting Contest and Closest to the Pin. Format.. 2 person blind draw, best net ball. Sign up with friends or as an individual. Register online at wun .baileycreelc.com Even registration opens 9 am Tee off 10 am Dinner and auction 5 pm Come to just Dinner and Auction - $15. Call to reserve Other opportunities to support the event: Tee sponsorship, $100 per hole or to donate auction items, contact Arlie Holland, arlieh@frontiernet.net. To send a legal: typesetting@plumasnews.com To send an advertisement: mail@plumasnews,com (plumaspub@aol.com is NO LONGER IN USE tJ J i"