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Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter Wednesday, Nov. 26, 2014 7B J money Tickets for Plumas-Sierra CattleWomen's Brand Quilt were drawn at the group's annual membership and auction luncheon meeting Nov. 5 at the Golden West Restaurant in Loyalton. The lucky winner of the queen-size quilt was Eileen Schuck, from Citrus Heights, and the lap quilt won by Sandy Kettles, of Loyalton. "If you did not win, don't worry," said CattleWomen representative Pat RameUi. "We are starting on the 2015 quilt -- squares and thread have already been given to members so perhaps next year. qui "We appreciate all who support our scholarship fund with purchasing tickets, from which all the monies go to that fund. In 2014 we gave $5,000 in scholarships. Thank yOU." It is the beginning of the group's new year and anyone interested in becoming a member is encouraged to join now. Officers elected for 2015 and 2016 are as follows: Kathy Knight, president; Karen Rickman, vice president; Petie Carr and LaVerne Forest, co-secretary; and Juanita HoUey, treasurer. officers Several members have been very busy during the school year bringing educational projects to classrooms. CattleWomen use reading, cooking, skits and more to educate students about the importance of agriculture, farming and ranching in the daffy lives of local residents. This year members visited Downieville Elementary School, Loyalton Elementary School, Loyalton High School and C. Roy Carmichael Elementary School in Portola. The group meets the third Tuesday of each month throughout the two counties. Kris Miravalle, of Bank of America, presents a $5,000 check to The Resource Center's executive director, Johanna A. Downey. This grant award serves hs seed money to fund a proposed community housing model called the Plumas House, part of a new expansion to homelessness services. The Resource Center is located in Quincy. Photo submitted Quincy Maso Masons Secretary Bill Whitcher reports that Quincy's Masonic lodge, Plumas Lodge No. 60, has been converted to the first "historic lodge" in the state of California. On Nov. 10, Junior Grand Warder Bruce Galloway presided over the local lodge's institution ceremony. "We are now Plumas Historic Lodge under disposition," said Whitcher. "We have all the rights except ns convert to historical lodge we can't perform degrees." Membership in the historical lodge is open to all master Masons in good standing. Dues will be $50 per year; Whitcher reports the Plumas Historic Lodge will not have to pay "per capita" to the Grand Lodge. All dues will be used for the maintenance and preservation of the lodge hall. Because the historical lodge is only required to meet once a year, there will be no further meeting until called for by the master. The Grand Lodge will appoint the new building association board of directors and it will meet at least quarterly. "Plumas 60 Lodge members will go into the Grand Master's Lodge," said Whitcher. "Our last stated meeting will be Dec. 8. We will be adopting our bylaws and are taking such action to get our new banking complete. There will not be a dinner before lodge." Call today to have the Quincy SusanvilleGreenville newspaper delivered! 283-0800 257-5321 284-7800 Chester .258-3115 Portola 832-4646 Plumas County Resource Guide available Plumas Rural Services maintains the Plumas County Resource Guide, a compilation of community and government services and resources available to residents of Plumas County. The Resource Guide is available to residents either online (plumasruralservices. org/resources) or at any of the county's resource centers. PRS encourages organizations listed in the Plumas County Resource Guide to check their listing and update often. Organizations wishing to be included in the Resource Guide can submit their information via the "Submit New Resources" link on the PRS website under the Resource Guide link. Organizations and programs already listed in the Resource Guide are invited to review their listing and utilize the "Report Mistakes or Changes" link listed on the agency website under the Resource Guide link to update hours of service, program contact information and services provided. For more information about the Plumas County Resource Guide or any of PRS' programs and services, call 283-3611 or visit the agency's website at plumasruralservices.org. p I Serving Plumas County & Beyond Cell: (530) 394-8193 kathrynfistier@gmail.com J Residential * Commercial CaU now for immediate appointment (530) ~ Since 1976 ~ CA. Lic. #405176 CA. Lic. #302259 www.maddenplumbing.com www.bi-statepropane.com BI E 530-83Z-9991 74424 Hwy 70 Portola, CA 96122 Dave Shelton District Manager P.O. 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