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Riverr River Bulletin Community News Wednesday, Oct. 3, 2001 3A ; Photo by Victoria Metcalf ::sb"mas District Hospital Administrator Michael Barry accepts a check for more than $3,800 from three members iid "the Plumas District Hospital Volunteers. Carol Witcher, manager of the Thrift Store--the Volunteers' bilest [ce'ofpey maker; Unda Bumlen, treasurer;, and President Nancy Pierson presented the contribution. egulle Metcalf /hen members of the rnas District Hospital Vol- eers presented the hospi- s administrator with a ners !ck for more than $3,800, iP.m.wYone knew what the ,lude fls were intended for. cl a bghe emergency room and for c lab were the two chosen tme a;tpients in this round of )t theIding provided by the sup- hose ive efforts of the Volun- meat s. le. those two departments of Iw exactly what they were tific$chasing with the funds. by 1( ilent t rgency room ight bright yellow spine ofrds were purchased for P ER's ambulance service, t gift rding to paramedic Steve ges, pme elighted with the new one4chases, Tolen listed their Qua, antages o :er the older id d; den models the depart- it had used. p.m.irst, they're lighter--a to rr~sideration when faced ;ome h carrying the boards to a teliciient, and then moving a ient once the board is in ttion,:e. 283-1 ey're also more X-ray asparent. Tolen said the old board could be used, but "It makes it so much easier it left a pattern from imper- all the way around," Tolen fections in the wood on the X- said. "That was a very nice rays. With the new boards, X- contribution." rays are crisp and clear. Infection control is better, Lab donation Tolen said. The material the Jeff Obenland used his new boards are constructed share of the donation toward of can be fully sterilized, the purchase of a new Hema- With the wooden boards, tology Analyzer ABX Pentra germs could hide in cracks or 60. crevices that no amount of What the machine does is cleaning could reach, count blood cells, Obenland They also float, which is said. It counts white and red helpful in water rescues, cells, measures hemoglobin And the strapping is better, levels, and provides an accu- The new ones have a clip-on rate differential of the white method, versus the standard blood cells. thread-through method. While the department had Tolen said that saves a lot of a machine that did similar valuable time. procedures, Obenland said it The boards are also de- was 10 to 12 years old. The signed to be more easily new one is faster and does picked up. Emergency crews more. can get their fingers under Obenland said it also saves them and lift and move the time because the lab tech patient much better, doesn't have to spend as Serwng North Eastern Califorr~a ) Criminal - - Civil - - Business Criminal Defense Bankruptcy Workers CompensationC~irrinal Hislory Acc~ent Investiga~onPersonal Injury Photo and V~%:,o Surveillance Business & C,-e~t Business H~story Inteevmws & Staternonts Bac~.grounds Process Se~ng Asset & Property Searches Divorce & ~ Custody Frank Skrah. Pre-emptoyment DeroOatoff Public Filings RelJred LAPD Supervisor Business Ucenses ~ Expert W~ness (L~ of Detec~es (25 years) Pre-Sentencmg Reports ~,,~.m~) Dmmission meet meeting of the Plumas "INQUIRE INVESTIGATIVE SERVICES" Inty Children and Fami- i Commission, funded by CaJ,om a State License P.1.14614 cSition 10, will be held 252-1562 25! t. I0 from 9 a m to noon Susan l Lake Almanor Plumas County Public ) [ks Department at 1834 mare Street in Quincy. br more information, tse call 283.6159. Energy efficiency never looked so festive. The Largest Cisplay of. oodstoves in l.urnas, Lassen & Sierra counties. Get energy-efficient Duette~ honeycomb shades in time to celebrate the season. Stop in today for details on guaranteed hulk:lay delivery. And i~,ck 3' & 81S up a free copy of Gathenngs. our holiday decorating and entertaining guide. _' _11 " HunterDouglas ket!f t< Hgl . g I window fashions ,NOt: CUSTOM DRAPER Vto ..... 2238 Chandler Rd. Quincy I R$ V! L L...,'; }1Nzelson St.- Taylorsville| (530) 283 1656 much time looking at blood samples under the micro- scope. He said it helps improve patient care and turnaround time. "We were so happy," Oben- land said. "The analyzer we had was a good analyzer, but things change." Water-absorbing foods such as pasta, rice and car- rots can clog your drain when put down the dis- posal. Avoid putting these items down the drain and save money on repairs. Brought to 3x~u by Piumbm~/Xeatin~$he~et S MelaI Co. inc. 283-1605 Look fi)r a new notice next week/ PSI 2001 I I Members of the Gamma Iota ed money for the sorority's chapter of Beta Sigma Phi met philanthropic fund, which ben- at the county museum on the efits a variety of worthwhile evening of Sept. 25. Evelyn causes. Whisman, the assistant cura- Marshall announced that tor, gave the group a tour of the Gamma Iota had earned a 3- museum and furnished them Star chapter rating last year. with a history of the items that At the close of the meeting, were on display. The presenta- Carol Whitcher read an amus- tion provided for a very inter- ing poem to the group titled, esting and informative pro- "You know you're in Quincy gram for the sorority members, when..." Afterward, the members met Those attending were: presi- at Perko's, where president Ri- dent, Rita Marshall; Judy ta Marshall conducted a short Adamson; Linda Busselen; Bet- business meeting. The group tie Cobb; Marcia Detrick; voted to make a donation to the Jacqui Harris; Joanne Kibbeel survivors and families of the Mary Ann Mathes; Carol Sept. 11 terrorist attack. Whitcher and guest, Louise In addition, members donat- Keay. We specialize in clear and comfort- able vision. If you are having any vision or eye problems, please come & see us. Drs. Gilman and Gilman. D__RS__= O I LM4N_ .O_ 68 Central Ave. Quincy 283-2206 Complete vi~ioo and eye care, Optometrists and Ophthalmologists on staff, Vision and Eye examinations. , treatment of eye disease, cataract sutg ,ery for- eign body removal, qhreshod visual field analysis, contact lenses, glasses (large selection of inexpensive to designer eyewear), low vision aids for the visually impaired, and vision therapy for learning related vision problems. One Dag Only - Sat., October 6, 2001 Sale Hours 8 am - 5 nm Winter FRESH, WHOLE BONELESS, SKINLESS BEEF LOIN FOSTER FARMS FRYER BREAST FRYERS SOLD =N THE BAO SOLD 4 PER BAG 10 LB. OR MORE C H ib .0 lb PORK SPARERIBS SOLD IN THE BAG 2 OR MORE PER BAG $ lb EVERGREEN'S OU%g' UR SAUSAGE SOLD IN THE BAG' 10 LBS. OR MORE PER BAG $ , ib ALREADY TRIMMED! BEEF TRI TIP SOLD IN THE BAG lb Beef Top Sirloin .................. $2.49 Ib#2 Platter Bacon (Approx. 15 lb. boxes) .$1.29 Ib Super lean Ground Beef ........... $2.19 IbLean Ground Beef (IBP 5 lb. chubs) ...$6.99 ea Beef Standing Rib Roast ............. $3.99 lb Boneless Pork Sirloin ............. $2.19 Ib Center Cut Pork Chops ............ $2.59 Ib [ #1 S&L Platter Bacon 15 lb. Box .... $2.59 lb [ ! | ~ FROM THE SEA ~ 7991b La eP Large Scallops ................. $ . rg fawns ..................$9.99 ib Imitation Crab Meat (2.5 lb. b,g) ..... $4.99 ea Cooked and Peeled Prawns ....... $8.88 lb Shrimp Meat (ex=,e,, fo, ...... $4.49 lb Calamari Steaks lb. . ....$19.95 ea (5 boxes) Items may change due to supply, market, and weather conditions. Quantities limited to stock on hand!!! Sorry no rainchecks! Hwy 89 Across from Greenville High School