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6B Wednesday, Dec. 8, 2010 Bulletin, Progressive, Record, Reporter Toni Kelley visited her daughter Heather Kelley in Salina, Kansas, at Kansas Wesleyan University.  '* ,, . Harry and Pauline Rogers of Indian Valley took the Indian Valley Record with them to share at Earthdance 2010, where evenjone joined in prayer for world pea(;. I,ii:i Eastern Plumas Health Care's annual award for employee excellence and adherence to its Mission and Values was announced Saturday evening at its employee holiday party. Darlene Aikey came to EPHC in 2008. Since that time, she has impressed patients and co-workers alike with her commitment to the community, customer service and enthusiasm. Darlene consistently goes above and beyond what is required'in providing care to patients and assisting the medical staff. She is known for updating her voice mail daily, so that EPHC staff is aware of her availability at all times. This is especially invaluable since she is currently EPHC's lone Votes for the Employee of the Year are received from staff members throughout the organization and considered by the Executive Committee. The winner is selected based upon embodiment of the EPHC Mission Statement and set of seven values which include: The Patient Comes First, Relationships, Integrity, Excellence, Fiscal Responsibility, Ethical Behavior and Community. In acknowledgement of heroutstanding service, Darlene is awarded a cash prize of $500, a dinner certificate valued at $50, and a parking space. Employees like Darlene provide inspiration to others and contribute to a positive work environment. As Eastern Plumas Health Care approaches its 40th year, it is recognized that an organization relies on the excellence and commitment of employees to be successful and provide quality healthcare. Kudos and thanks to Darlene!  Eastern Plumas Health Care "People Helping People  Maria Smith of BlairsdenlPlumas Pines had a wonderful 16-day vacation in Paris with her sister. She is pictured at the Louvre Museum. The Webster family and friends traveled to Henderson, Nev., to attend daughter Tawnya's wed- ding. Back row, from left: Cierra Webster, Michael Stansbury, Naomie Webster, Tammie Web- ster, Jenny Lehman and Kaylee Webster. In front is Tawnya Webster and Ronn Shaw. Tawnya is a 2002 graduate of Portola High School. Allan and Allison Bee of Lake Almanor are pictured at a sweet grass basket stand outside Charleston, S.C. 00AdoptA .,. c,.o ::, +.1 IT Spayed female fox terrier. She is blonde- colored and is a very energetic 2-year-old. Bandit .p .p I He is a male neutered Siamese Xlll l mix. He is about 5-months old I and very sweet.  l Shelter hours are Monday, Wenesday & Friday 8am - 5pm, Wednesdays 10-7pm, closed ++,or one o o+--+no. +o.++ so+o., o+ro+o ,,0 +o ooO license fees are $5 per year. An officer will deliver a pet to the adopting parly'sveterlnary of choice to have the animal altered In completion of the adoptlon requlrement. For more Infor- .,e marion, call 283-3673 or visit, t , , Sponsored by: INCY IJ II " - F..ST 1875 Your local downtown full service pharmacy  283-0480 including veterinary compounding