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Feather River Bulletin Wednesday, Dec. 13, 2017 7A Members of the Plumas District Hospital Volunteers purchased tickets to win gift certificates donated by 22 area merchants during a December luncheon. The committee members who worked on this project are from left: Brenda Lantow, Gloria Boland, Jean Hatzell, Rita Christensen, Barbara Vineyard and Marilyn Christensen. Photos by Debra Moore Encourage the upport of local businesse Debra Moore Managing Editor dmoore@plumasnews.com Decked out in their holiday sweaters, the Plumas District Hospital Volunteers gathered Dec. 7 for their monthly luncheon. The tables were packed as the volunteers enjoyed a lunch prepared by Caron Chance of Back Door Catering and provided by Plumas District Hospital as a of some routine business those who participated: token of appreciation, during the lunch, membersPatti's Thunder Caf , Quincy "Thank you for everything had the chance to win gift Provisions, The Knook, you do for the hospital," said certificates donated by 22 Pangaea, The Toy Store, Leann Kennedy, representing local businesses. Each Midtown Coffee, American PDH. merchant or restaurant Valley Hardware, Great The volunteers recently provided a gift certificate or Northern, The Hot Spot, pledged $25,000 to the certificates of varying Paradise Grill, Moon's, hospital's lobby remodel and denominations. The idea was Forest Stationers, Barn Owl $18,000 to adopt another that the winners could use Books, Quincy Pharmacy, patient room. The Plumas the certificate to shop local Robin's Roots, Ts to Go, West District Hospital Volunteers' and spend a little more in the End Theatre, Brewing Lair primary fundraising arm is process, near Graeagle, Ricochet Caf the Bargain Boutique on "Please shop locally," in Clio, Pet Country, Plumas Main Street in Quincy. volunteer Gloria Boland told PC Computing and Quincy In addition to taking care those assembled, and listed Paint. Brenda Lantow holds the bowl with the tickets while Rita Christensen reaches in to draw a winner. ~ ~i!.i We will contribute 5% of our sales on each of the last 10 days of the hofiday shopping season to those who contribute so much to our community. /,,~ jZ~ (Wednesday, Dec 20 Plumas Quincy County Hospice Little League Saturday, Dec 16 ) Thursday, Dec. 21 Quincy Cub Plumas Scout Troop # 151 County Veterans Quincy Elementary PCO ...... ,,,:7 ti CAN Community Assistance Network" Quincy Volunteer Quincy Girl Fire Department Scout Troop #244 Quincy Jr/Sr High School Boosters , ,'-, ..... ,F Plumas Charter School N Your Money -- Your Community Plumas Pines Shopping Center 30 E. Main St., Quincy 283-3088 Open Christmas Eve 9am-3pm Thunderwear mak mt 557 Lawrence Street Quincy 7-2 Every Day "Serving Darn Good Comfort Food Since 1976" Y 't