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Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter Wednesday, Nov. 4, 2015 1e I Susan Jacobsen Staff Writer sjacobson@plumasnews.corn appreciation for past volunteer efforts. Awards and appreciation The Plumas Eureka State The board recognized Park Association held its individuals that gave over board meeting with docent 3,000 hours for the second awards and thank-you year as part of the summer luncheon on Saturday, Oct. 24, program to enhance, educate at the museum on the Plumas and interpret programs for Eureka State Park grounds, visitors to Plumas Eureka The board updated the State Park. status of ongoing projects Lonnie Nafzgar was including displays, winter recognized as "Docent of the programs, a photo contest and Year." Nafzgar volunteered grant money obtained for more than 1,000 hours with archeology projects, in the majority of his time at the addition to showing blacksmith shop. d Yolanda Chapman was recognized for 11 years of service with over 1,250 hours in volunteer time. Kay Roberts was recognized for having perfect attendance for the entire 2015 season. Jane Roix was named "Rookie of the Year Docent" and new museum store manager. For information about the upcoming winter program, to become a PESPA member or to donate funds can be found at, or on Facebook at Plumas-Eureka-State-Park- association. From left, Park Ranger Tim Quandt, docent Lonnie Nafzgar and Supervising Ranger Mike Rominger at the Plumas Eureka State Park Association board meeting Saturday, Oct. 24. Nafzgar was recognized as "Docent of the Year." Photo by J Sciborski Food. bank welcomes community generosity Nancy Meyers need of emergency food and to EPCAN. EPCAN Food Bank of Portola help offset monthly expenses, Many of the golf club which usually exceed members support our The Calpine Elks honored donations, community by volunteering the EPCAN Food Bank in Although EPCAN helps at the food bank throughout Portola by making it the hungry families in need of the year. The luncheon will recipient of Proceeds from food throughout the year,offer two delicious choices at this season's final Taco donations are particularly a cost of $20 per person. Tuesday on Oct. 6. The tacos appreciated during the Groups of six to eight can Were delicious, and the holidays and winter mor ths: reserve a table as long as the companionship of local This holiday season the need reservation is made as one participants was even better, donations is with all luncheon selections The Lady Elks presented particularly important so that included. Non-golfers are Dink Rife, EPCAN board we can provide holiday food welcome and encouraged to treasurer, with a $500 baskets and restock the attend. donation, and Eastern shelves for the coming months For more information or Plumas Health Care Gives when we see a rise in needs, reservations, call Jennifer Back also donated $500 to For the second year, the Baker at 925-437-2993. Flyers EPCAN that evening. 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Drawing tickets are $5 each and can be purchased during the event from any board member or by calling 283-7228. Tickets for the concert are $20 and are available at Epilog Books, Plumas Arts, and Quincy Hot Spot. A limited number of tickets will be sold. at the door. The Kepple Band, with special guests Dr. Mark Satterfield, Garrett Hagwood, the Retallack Brothers and the Cello Quartet are the featured performers. The concert, held every two years, raises between $6,000 and $8,000 to help fund the volunteer organization that provides its services at no charge to residents of Quincy and Indian Valley. Doors open at 5:45 p.m. with a jazz ensemble prelude at 6 p.m., and the concert set to begin at 6:30 p.m. For more information about the event call Karen Schad at 701-8563 or Melody Zernich at 283-2230 or 283-1010. To learn more about Plumas Community Hospice call 283-7228. To help support Plumas Community Hospice go to!umas hospice. A vibrant fall-colored quilt is the first-place prize in the drawing to be held during the Hospice Benefit Concert on Nov. 14. Three gift baskets also will be awarded. Tickets for the drawing are $5 each and can be purchased during the event, or from any board member or by calling 283-7228. Winners need not be present to win. Photo submitted Give us a call today: CONSTRUCTION SINCE 1984 m General Buildng Contractor Calif. Lic. #453927 (530) 283-2035 To A VERY SPECIAL EVENT! -4- Please join us to sample many great products! New ideas for the holidays and other yummy treats! Plus many delicious samples available throughout the day! Live music by Joe Tomaselli, Ken Colley Friends We look forward to sharing the evening with you! Super 1 Day Sale Savings! Today Great Values on many of your Holiday Favorites! C&H Sugar 4 lb. bag $1,99 Kaukauna Cheese Balls $3,99 looz. Libby's Pumpkin $2.99 29-30 oz. 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