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bcnooI Hews Photo submitted Student in Kathy Whittaker's kindergarten and first- grade class at Pioneer Elementary School decorated gingerbread house last week. Cody Wilson and Neeozzi Dickerson display their creations. e omm ent Our professional team understands the importance of providing a warm, comfortable place for resi- dents, whether they are here for temporary treatment or long-term care. Call Denise Huggins at 283-2110 SunBridge Care and Rehabilitation for Quincy 50 Central Avenue Quincy y 283-2110 Caring for those you care about. li~ll if i I Become a teacher. Like the teachers before you, you imagine a finer world and want to be a part of creating it. There is no better way to do so than by becoming a California teacher. With a shortage of qualified teachers, talented candidates are needed to work with our most valuable resource --- our children. Incentives are available to help, such as bonuses, home loan assistance, student loan forgiveness and tax credits. Call 1-888-CALTEACH or visit www.ealteaeh.eom/ad for complete information on how you can become a leader in California's teaching profession -- and start building the world you imagine. 4 Photo submitted Jacob Hatzell and Nal Dingel put the finishing touch- es on their gingerbread houses. Fifty Sierra Pacific In- dustry employees pooled their money and purchased Christmas dinners for 25 Plurnas and Sierra county families. With the assistance of the Plumas Crisis and In- tervention Center, turkey dinners were distributed in time for Christmas. Scott Satterlee, the SPI employee who spearheaded the effort, said that he ex- tends a "special thank you to all the guys" who made the event possible. drive starts Jan. 2 The fourth annual local coat drive will get under way Jan. 2 and run through Jan. 11. Dropoff locations are Plac- er Sierra Bank, Bank of America, Plumas Bank and Say Mor Foods. Scott Satterlee, the event organizer, said coats of all sizes and for both sexes are needed, for adults as well as children. The school board that communication a student's school andl ents is important and sure that dialogue place, the Plumas School District has a icy. The policy outlines for principals and communicate with conferences, class ters, visits. It also says that ers shall send ports to parents guardians at regular rofjuired by law. In the event that the or guardian is disabled, they do not understand l lish, interpreters used. A new form has] sent home with each to allow a parent to an interpreter. The written in both En Spanish. The school board mously adopted the new munication policy Dec. 11 meeting. The old cy made no provisions interpreter. New Easy to Use Phone # -- 800 527-7361 Call for Your Appointment Today! | Free, confidentia[ one-on-one counseling, hopeC for current and prospective business owners r in Plumas, Lassen and Modoc counties. m Start an exercise program Begin eating better Get more sleep every night Get healthy a a At Eastern Plumas Health Care We care bout you and your health Our medical staff can help you your New Year's resolutions. Call us for an appointment la nic nlc "People ltelping People"