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Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter Wednesday, Oct. 7, 2015 51] Julie Hatzell's show of artwork titled "50 Shades of Domestic Violence" is on display, and available for purchase, through the The first five, of about 30 participants, pose for a "victory" photo after end of October at Pangaea Caf6 and Pub in Quincy. Proceeds commemorating October as National Domestic Violence Awareness Month. benefit Plumas Rural Services' domestic violence programs. Bartley, Matthew Meyerl and Katlyn Lewis. Photos by Ann Powers completing Plumas Rural Services' 5K Walk/Run From left: Adam Nesbit, Branden Martin, Jennifer unning, wal ing raise awareness Ann Powers became cathartic. "The only way I could get Staff Writer Ill think it's about time to have this out allthose emotions and apowers@plumasnews.com Runners, walkers, conversation publicly and openly. " wasPrceSSto paint,"what I WaSrecalledlearning advocates and survivors Hatzell. "It really just hit united for Plumas Rural Michelle Fulton home that, yeah, I'm a Services' 5K Domestic Celebration of Courage attendee survivor." Violence Walk/Run and Quincy She said she would like to Celebration 'of Courage in help others in abusive Quincy, Oct. 3. Following the race, dozens publicly and openly," relationships do the same. October is National turned out for the secondcommented Michelle Fulton. "Please, reach out," said Domestic Violence annual Celebration of Others noted including the Hatzell. "Give us a call." Awareness month and Courage at Pangaea Caf6 and word "courage" in the show's The artwork is available proceeds from both events Pub. The gathering included title was spot on. for purchase and theexhibit benefit the nonprofit's an art exhibition featuring "It's a very brave action," will remain at Pangaea services helping victims Julie Hatzell's "50 Shades of added Hilary Sawyer. "It's an through the end of the break free from their Domestic Violence" and issue that's hard to talkmonth. abusers. Micaela Rubalcava's about, but here (the artists) In addition to October, PRS "We'll walk the journey "Opening the Heart." are plastering their lives on officials said the agency with them until they're able The work depicts how boththe wall for everyone to see." strives to bring public to be on their own again," women went from struggling Hatzell started the awareness to the cause said Elizabeth Page, a PRS as victims -- to thriving as paintings while training for through free trainings for ~afe I~ouse manage~:, .:., ~ survivors. Exhibit attendees her job at PRS as a d0mest~e~-~ ~ndividuals, health care ~- About 30 participants said t art show brings a violence adH cate. S] e said . ;professionals, businesses joined the fifth annual unique awareness long some "really intense" year-round. walk/run, which started and overdue, triggers from her own For more information call finished at Feather River "I think it's about time to abusive past (27 years ago) 283-5675 or visit College's Equine Facility. have this conversation surfaced and her artwork plumasruralservices.0rg. Youth Summit to hold suicide prevention workshop Maggie Wells about suicide and suicidal school through high school 20,000 Lives. Staff Writer thoughts of college students at and hosts classes such asPlumas Crisis and mwells@plumasnews.com Feather River College. certified babysitting, sewing Intervention Resource Center Last spring, Elzea lost one of and cooking. The program is is also supporting this effort. In 2009, after what appeared her best friends to suicide, actively looking for moreIndividuals interested in to be.an epidemic of suicide/ FRC student Max Milligan.mentors to help with autosigning up for training to staff suicide attempts in Indian Milligan's death devastated the mechanics and computer the 24/7 crisis line in Plumas Valley, a group of concerned campus community and technology programs. County will have the residents formed the Indian motivated Elzea to put her The program reached opportunity to do so at the Valley Youth Summit, which concerns into action." I national attention with aworkshop. concentrated on listening wanted to do a project that feature in "Yes! Magazine" The cost to attend the to local youth voice the helps others the same way that written by Indian Valley local workshop is $5. For more concerns and needs of their Max helped me. He was a very Jane Braxton Little. information or to reserve a generation, selfless person," Elzea said. The IVYS is now reaching spot at the workshop call Lauri The IVYS is hosting a "The idea is to have the beyond Indian Valley and into Rawlins-Betta at 394-0909, or Suicide Prevention Training workshop before finals and the the college community email Cassy Elzea at Workshop on Thursday, Oct. 8 holidays, when things get so through Elzea and other CElzea2013@gmail.com or at noon at Feather River hectic and nerves become so students. Lauri Rawlins-Betta at College in the learning raw," said Elzea, "We want Theworkshop is possible LauriRawlins-Betta@gmail.co resource center, students to have skills to not through a mini-grant fromm. Space is limited. SafeTalk's Dahea Gibson only help themselves during will facilitate the training for stressful times, but to help .............. the event, others." 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