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*4A Nov. 28, 2OOl County News Ol By AUcla Hlgb4 in 1997. vegetab , cereals, peanut Indian Valley Editor A few years and $10,000 in butter and ~ariety of other Indian Valley Food Pantry donations helped solve that nonperishable foods. shelves were almost empty problem. Meat donations are also ac- when Plumas County Super- Current problems with bar- cepted with prior arrange- visor Robert Meacher walked ten shelves are due to the ments. in the door the week of cancellation of an annualThe pantry is open each Thanksgiving. food drive by local Boy Friday, from 10 a.m. to noon. It was good he was carry- Scouts. To donate food, call Fred ing a check for $1,000 from The scouts bring in more Kerr at 284-7522, or visit the the Regional Council of Rural than 1,000 pounds of foodpantry during open hours. Counties to hand over to each fall, and that usually For donations of money, pantry manager and local lasts through the holidays, checks can be made out to the pastor Fred Kerr. Not this year. Indian Valley Food Pantry As he could see, the moneyWhile Kerr said he will and mailed to P.O. Box 8, would come in very handy, need to buy some food, heGreenville, CA 95947. Not only were the s elves hopes to put most of the After leaving the pantry, mostly bare, the ceiling still windfall into the ceiling fund. Meacher sent $545 to Project has not been replaced, and it The pantry serves about 50 Santa Claus in Portola. smells of mildew, families per month, and some The money for both chari- The roof leaked badly whenof those families need help ties came from a fund-raiser the pantry building was do- about twice per month, that members of the regional nated to the pantry by theKerr says there is a realcouncil held during the last Feather Publishing Companyneed for canned fruits and meeting of each year. It's an for military families By Co ea ters to the editor Managing Editor hometown This year, many American cause often, annualevent, servicemen will be serving sent to where they Each member brings a bas-overseas and their familytioned. ket full of goodies that repre- members will be celebrating The same sents their county, the holidays home alone, couraged Pockets are emptied for Project Santa director Fran military families ticket donations, and theRoudebush is encouraging home--especially money is then given to that Plumas County residents to young children--bY year's chairman to tal(e home remember military personnel ting, running for local charities, and their families this holi- helping with chore Meacher chose charities day season. Plumas that would benefit families in Roudebush noted that thisbet of its own the poorest communities of year, because of the war in ing in the militarY. the county. Afghanistan and the possibil- Publishing is Two valley residents snick- ity of tampered mail, such knowing ered when hearing of his do- services as "Operation Dear seas or who is nation to Portola, with al- Abby" and marl for "Any Ser- their family most identical remarks about vice Member" have been dis- Please submit all the Lake Davis money fun- continued, mailing addresses neled into that community. In a letter Roudebush read may publish When they were told that from a serviceman, he sug- desire. the poor people were not the gested that people write let- ones who benefited from lake money, their attitudes changed. CALIFORNIA CORRECTIONAL CENTER PROUDLY PRESENTS THE Hobbycrafi items made and donated by inmates from the Northern Fire Camps and the California Correctional Center will be Bring :: LI'L family... Santa will for sale. This Christmas gift extravaganza includes all types of hobbycraft: beautiful burl clocks, burl be there along with strolling carollers and all your friends/ pen sets, toys, posters, belt buckles, jewelry, doll houses, hobby horses and much, much more/ Feel the true spirit of Christmas by supporting this worthwhile project/ Enjoy Refreshments As You Shop For Truly Unique Gifts and Collectables! I I I By Dave Keller Prouty told Staff W~er week that he The Indian Valley father hire experts and accused of killing his infant tor to assist son has entered not guilty LeFavour was pleas to counts of murder and lier this month in' assaulting a child with of an infant who enough force to caused its sustaining death, sault, law A bail reduction hearing cialssay. was scheduled for Monday, In a criminal Nov. 26, for defendant Terry filed by the J. LeFavour. " District The Greenville man's boilTerry J. LeFavour iS has been set at $1 million, but with killing defense attorney Douglas LeFavour. Prouty was attempting to He faces one convince Superior Court der and one count Judge Ira R. Kaufman to re- ing a child with duce it. to cause its death. Beyond this week's bail According to hearing, LeFavour is slated filed in Plumas to return to court Dec. 7 for a rior Court, pretrial conference, tially could go to ! The purpose of the confer- the rest of his life. ence is for Prouty to apprise Kaufman of whether the de- fant had lense will be prepared for a juries in some k preliminary hearing by the sault. end of December. Indian Valley girl money for By Alicla Higbee and Tanning; a Indian Valley Editor notepad from Indian Valley teenager Jen- rusty tin votive nifer Angel-wants to spread American Valley the good news about 4-H angel goats, and she wants to do a Jacque's good deed at the same time. bear in a Angel's market goat pro- Adrien's Frame gram will create a bank ac- dle and candy count for kids who cannot af- Evergreen ford a goat, through fund- mix from Village raisers, goat milk soaP Trying to earn her emerald mother's star, Angel plans to spread Sent; and more. the word about her program The basket is by going to different 4-HMain Street clubs and schools to talkGreenville, and about goats, available there, She wants more people to in know how healthy goat meat, and from or Chevon, really is. Goat meat is lower in cho- The lucky lesterol and fat than chicken, drawn during the and it is higher in protein ley 4-H Club and iron than other meats, day, Dec. 18. Plus, goat meat has only Angel hopes 122 calories per 3-ounce roast- enough moneY to ed portion, least three or "It tastes good, too," Angel "kids" this year. said. The Besides, goats are easy to of raise, right in the backyard, ceive a Her first fund-raiser is a goat, and after i drawing for a giR basket full auction, the of goodies donated by area back. merchants. This way, The basket has a Montana help kids in Silver key chain from So-Angel said it brero's Barnyard; a bubble $125 to raise night light from Main Street Angel has Antiques; a raspberry bath eight years, set from Country Style Fami- the last five. ly Hair Care; a musical snow For the last globe from Crescent Country; gel has been a coffee, tea and candy from for the Mountain Market; Christmas a teen ornaments from KT's Hair Residential Care for ENVIRONMENTAL FOSTER PARE NEEDED Office: (530) 283-3330 Lic. #320316037