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' 6A Wednesday, Oct. 7, 2015 Feather River Bulletin Ann Powers Staff Writer Crisis Intervention Center's Leah Irons accepts a warm coat during the annual winter apparel and coat drive. Photo by Jim McClain With a strong E1 Nifio climate pattern promising much-needed rain and snow to drought-stricken California, an increase in much-needed winter and rainstorm attire for those in need is also being forecasted. In anticipation of harsh weather conditions ahead, the Plumas County Probation Department has teamed up with the Crisis Intervention Center for a winter/rainstorm apparel and coat drive. This is the first year the Probation Department has joined the Center's annual effort. Officials hope doubling the forces will double the donations. "We would be happy to meet last year's goal of 500-plus items," said Leah Irons, the Crisis Center's office manager. "But, with Probation, hopefully it will double." New and slightly used coats, gloves, boots, socks, hats, scarves, rain gear and other items are welcomed. "Anything that will keep people warm and dry from ages 0 and up," added Probation Assistant FRIDAY, OCTOBER 9TM, 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM MUSIC IN Till: WIGWAM :: ANDREW OHREN Vibrant and evocative, Andrew's music entrances audiences with a wide range of styles played on solo classical style guitar. Andrew performs original arrangements by composers including Bach, Beethoven, Joplin, and Gershwin. No Cover. Bar & dinner menus available. Reservations appreciated. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 16TM, 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM MUSIC IN Till: WIGWAM :: HOLLY STERNBERG Enjoy the beautiful violin music of Nolly Sternberg in the Wigwam Dining Room. Ner passion lies with Irish fiddle music, although she also plays Scottish, Breton, Swedish, bluegrass, and old-time, placing in the top 5 mNo Cover. Bar & dinner menus available. Reservations appreciated. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 23 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM MUSIC IN Till= WIGWAM:: DONALD KAHN Welcome back pianist Don "Fingers" Kahn in the Wigwam Dining Room. You'll enjoy the wide variety of Don's musical talents as he spans genres from Dixieland to Nonky-Tonk, Ragtime to Jazz and the always popular Broadway tunes. No Cover. Bar & dinner menus available. "Anything that will keep people warm and dry from ages 0 and up." Wynae Hagwood Probation Assistant Plumas County Wynae Hagwood. Drop-off sites include: Quincy Plumas Bank Plumas County Crisis Center Plumas County Probation Safeway SavMor Portola Leonard's Market Greenville Evergreen Market Chester Tru-Value Hardware The Climate Prediction Center states there's a 95 percent chance E1 Nifio will continue through the 2015-16 winter and could rival the strongest E1 Nifio ever recorded in 1997. Clothing drive organizers encourage individuals and families in need of winter and rain gear items to call the Probation Department at 283-6200, or the Crisis Center at 283-5515 Dollar Tree's Josh Todd and Plumas County Intervention and Resource Center Executive Director Johanna Downey team up to help feed county residents in need through the annual Feeding America campaign. Photo submitted Dollar Tree donations help combat hunger Ann Powers Staff Writer U.S. Census Bureau poverty statistics indicate roughly 30 percent of Plumas County residents don't have enough to eat. To help quell those hunger pains, Dollar Tree joined forces with the annual Feeding America campaign by collecting 10 cases of food donations for the Plumas County Intervention and Resource Center. Du]:ing the campaign, the The Only Locally Owned and Operated Propane Company in Plumas & Sierra Counties! 65 East Sierra Ave, Portola 530-839--I 9-59- Very Competively Priced No delivery fees, statement fees, or hidden costs. "We Live Local, We Shop Local, We Support Local" store asked patrons to consider purchasing a food item to contribute to the cause. "We would like to thank our customers for their help in supporting Feeding America and the fight to solve hunger," said Dollar Tree's Josh Todd. The collection equaled about 400 items to be disseminated by all three PCIRC Family Wellness and Resource centers countywide. "We are honored to be part of this community and to be working with Dollar Tree as they 'share the wealth' with those who could use the help," said Johanna Downey, PCIRC executive director. "It's been a huge success." Feeding America is a nationwide network of 200 food banks and 60,000 food pantries and meal programs. Last year it distributed more than 3 billion meals and is the nation's leading domestic hunger-relief organization. To learn more about the organization, visit For more information about PCIRC, call 283-5515 or go to 'o.', .i,i "," and NOTICES Statewide public notices from participating California newspapers be viewed at www.capub- or plumas- Proposed name change SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA, COUNTY OF PLUMAS 520 Main St., Quincy, CA 95971 Petition of JESSICA ANNE GARCIA IN PRC PER for change of name ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE FOR CHANGE OF NAME Case Number: CV15-00128 TO ALL INTERESTED PERSONS: Petitioner Jessica Anne Garcia filed a petitiol with this court for a decree changing name~ as follows: Present name: JESSICA ANNE GARCIA t~ Proposed name: JESSICA ANNE NASIS. THE COURT ORDERS that all persons inter ested in this matter appear before this cour at the hearing indicated below to show cause if any, why the petition for change of nam~ should not be granted. Any person objectin! to the name changes described above mus file a written objection that includes the rea sons for the objection at least two court day: before the matter is scheduled to be heart and must appear at the hearing to shov cause why the petition should not be grantec If no written objection is timely filed, the cour may grant the petition without a hearing. NOTICE OF HEARING Date: Oct. 26, 2015 Time: 9:30 a.m., Dept. Two. The address of the court is same as note~ above. A copy of this Order to Show Cause shall b~ published at least once each week for fou successive weeks prior to the date set fo hearing on the petition in the following news paper of general circulation, printed in thi~ county (specify newspaper):Feather Rive Bulletin. Date: Sept. 17, 2015. Is/Ira Kaufman, Judge of the Superior Courl Filed: Sept. 17, 2015 Deborah Norrie, Clerk of the Court, ~" By P. Marchetti, Deputy Clerk Published FRB Sept. 30, Oct. 7, 14, 21, 20151 L