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P 8A Wednesday, Dec. 16, 2015 Feather River Bulletin me Delaine Fragnoli and October; and Chester in Staff Writer May and September. All other meetings will be in Quincy. The Plumas County Office Meeting time is 5 p.m. for of Education/Plumas Unified the county office of education School District board took and 5:30 p.m. for the school care of a number of district. housekeeping items during Agendas and supporting its meeting Thursday, Dec. materials are available 10. online at, The board decided to move under governing its regular monthly meetings board/meetings/ to Wednesdays. Its next agendaonline. meeting will be Jan. 20. After The board reelected Leslie that, it will meet the second Edlund as president and Bret Wednesday of the month, Cook as clerk, Terry with the exception of an Oestreich, acting additional meeting March 30 superintendent, will serve as and meetings June 22 board secretary. and 23. Board member Dwight As has been its practice, Pierson praised Edlund's the board will rotate meeting leadership. "You've done a locations. It will meet in great job," he said. "I Greenville in March and appreciate your leadership November; Portola in April and guidance." M asons invit pu li ceremony, lunch C The Plumas Historic Lodge allows Masons from of Quincy invites the public throughout the state to to a ceremony and luncheon, become members. The Sunday, Dec. 20, at 11 a.m., in associated dues will allow the the Masonic building at 70 local Masons to continue to Harbison St. maintain the building, built The Grand Lodge Master of in 1855. California and officers from Following the ceremony, a throughout the state are luncheon catered by Carey scheduled to attend. Candy Co./Bell Lane Baked In November, 2014, the Goods will be served. Quincy lodge became the first The Masons, which number in California to be deemed six million worldwide, are a historic. The designation philanthropic organization. Like us on Rob Wade, left, recognizes Rick Stock, director of the Outdoor Recreation Leadership program at Feather River College. Wade said outdoor education used to consist of a two-day, one-night program. Thanks to the help of Stock, the program has expanded into a yearlong curriculum, including a rafting trip for all sixth-graders using Stock's students, Wade said. Stock called the alliance "mutually beneficial." Rob Wade, program coordinator/trainer for outdoor education for the Plumas County Office of Education; presents a plaque to Gia Martynn at the PCOE board meeting Thursday, Dec. 10. Wade said Martynn "brokers a lot of funds for the program" in her work at Plumas Corporation. Wade presented awards to people who had contributed to the program over its 27-year history, Photos b Deloine Frognoli From left, Joe Hagwood and Warren Grandall are recognized by Rob Wade. Hagwood and Grandall were instrumental in starting the outdoor education program in Plumas County, said Rob Wade, current program coordinator. In addition, the two men mentored Wade. "They trusted me to do this," he said. "That meant a lot to me." Now you can get the tests you need when you need them! Choose from the following list every day, including holidays*, all year long. Happy everyone a New Year! We Will Be Closed on New Year's Day. QUINCY / EAST QUINCY/KEDDIE: Friday (New Year's), Jan. 1, 2016, there will be no garbage service. All Friday garbage routes will be run on Saturday, Jan.2, 2016 GREENVILLE / TAYLORSVILLE: Friday (New Year's), Jan. l, 2016, there will be no garbage service. All Friday Garbage Routes will be run on Saturday, Jan. 2, 2016 **GREENVILLE COMMERCIAL RECYCLING ROUTE WILL BE RUN A DAY EARLY ON THURSDAY, DEC. 31, 2015 CHESTER / LAKE ALMANOR: Friday (New Year's), Jan. 1, 2016, there will be no garbage service. **ALL FRIDAY GARBAGE / COMMERCIAL RECYCLE ROUTES IN CHESTER / LAKE ALMANOR WILL BE RUN A DAY EARLY ON THURSDAY, DEC. 31, 2015"* WASTE MANAGEMENT Feather River Disposal, Inc. A Waste Management Company Serving Quincy, Greenville & Chester~Lake Almanor For more information visit our website: or call 530.832.6513 Eastern Plumas Health "People Helping People." 500 First Ave., Portola, CA 96122 w