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Feather River Bulletin Wednesday, Dec. 15, 201~ 7A li Plumas District Hospital Volunteers gathered for the Christmas Scholarship lun- cheon meeting Dec. 2. The hospital hosted the event arranged by Denise Harding and Tiffany Leon- hardt in appreciation for all the volunteers do for PDH, with more than 60 attending. President Mary Edwards introduced Linda Jameson, chief nursing officer and PDH interim administrator, PDH board members Valerie Flani- gan and Fred Than. Fred Than was commended and thanked for his many years of service to the hospi- tal as a board member and will remain a volunteer. Jenna Kuipers R.N., a re- cent graduate of CSU-Fresno and two-time recipient of the PDHV scholarship, was intro- duced. Jenna shared her jour- ney through'college with the group" and thanked the volun- teers for the scholarship. She is currently employed by Children's Hospital Fresno. Nancy Dembosz and her committee, including Jane Gos- sett, Mary-June German and Bettie Cobb, set the festive hall: day tables. Diann Montantari provided music for the affair. Gayle Anderson and her committee presented many lovely gifts provided by volun- teers for the holiday drawing. Marilynn Britton won the grand prize. Britton very gra- ciously pre ented her prize to the scholarship fund. The meetingwas adjourned as Edwards wished everyone a happy, holiday season full of love and many blessings. The PDH Volunteers spon- sor three projects. The Bar- gain Boutique is its primary fundraising facility. In addition, the LifeLine Program benefits many in the Quincy area by providing an i iemergency y. lu The scholarship program is available to hospital district residents and graduates who have completed a minimum of one year of academic stud- ies or employment in a health-related program. Awardees this year are Lau- ra Leiss and Sierra Wood, who are pursuing their nursing de- grees. Plans are currently un- derway to include volunteers on campus at the hospital. Volunteer information is Letting (foot) loose The Footloose Community Performance Group lets loose du~ring a halftime show Dec. 4 at the Hoopla Classic at Quincy H~ School. The girls also added their special spark to Sparkle the night before. You can catch 'them, along with other dandq available at the Bargain Bou- from the Footloose Studio of the Arts, in action at their winter recital Thursday, Dec. 16; at 5 p.m. in the cafeteria at Pio~ tique, 293 Lawrence St. or by Elementary School. Photo by Lesley Frc)ggatt / calling Mary Edwards, 283-1728. Greenville 284:7800 Quincy Chester 283-0800 258-3115 Susanville ' Portola bar & grill PLUMAS [ wh " i., 7pro CocktailsoSpm dinner , 5-Course Dinner includes sparkling wine $95 per person Wine Pairings with. each course' . only s35 per person " Live Music at 10pm THE ALTERNATORS Sl0 at the door (includes sparkling wine) FREE to dinner guests 530-836-111,1 Plumas Pines Golf Resort, 402 Poplar Valley Rd., Graeagle www, LIF reement and AutoPay with Paperless Billing. Plumas Your local DISH Network connection. Serving our community since 1989 IW Visit us online at: 530-284-1701 NETWORK, AUTHORIZED RETAILER Digital Home Advantage plan requires 24-menth agreement and credit :lualification. If service is terminated before the end of agreement, a cancellation fee of $17.507rnonth remaining aDDI~es. Programming credits apply during first 12 months. $10/mo HD add-on fee waived for life of current account: requires 24-month Agreement, AutoPay with Paperless Billing. HBO/Showtimo offer requires AutoPay with PaDerless Billing; credits apply during first 3 months ($72 value); customer must downgrade or then-current pnce applies. Requires continuous enrollment in AutoPay and Paperless filling Free Standard Professional Installation only. All equipment is leased and must be returned to DISH Networ~ upon cancellalJon or unreturned equipment fees app=y. Limit 6 leased tuners per accoun[: lease upgrade fees apply for select receivers: monthly fees may apply based on type and number of recewers HD programming requires HD television. All prices, packages and programming subject to change without notice. Local channels may not be available in all areas. Offer is subject to the terms of applicable Promotional and Residential Customer Agreements. Addihonal restrictions may apply. First-time DISH Network customers only. Offer ends 1/31/11. HBO@ and related channels and service marks are the property of Home Box Office, Inc. SHOWilME and related marks are registered trademarks of Showtime Networks Inc., a CBS Company. Gi~with purchase is courtesy of Plumas Satellite and will be provided to the customer at the hme of activation with no required redemption process. DIREC'IV is a trademark of DIRECTV, Inc. Introducing, Erin Barnes, M.D. E rin Barnes, M.D. has joined the medical staff at Plumas District Hospital. Dr. Barnes is a graduate of the University Of Kansas School Of Medicine. Her focus is Family Practice, Women's Health, Obstetrics and Pediatric medicine. She is available for appointments in the North Fork Family Medicine clinic at 283-5640. DISTRICT HOSPITAL