Eastern Plumas Community Assistance Network coordinator
Ann PowersStaff Writer
|Plumas Bank donates 200 pounds of peanut butter to help Eastern Plumas Community Assistance Network clients in need. Photo courtesy Eastern Plumas Community Assistance Network
Eastern Plumas Community Assistance Network officials say their recent annual holiday basket food drive was a huge success, thanks to local businesses and organizations getting a head start on jump-starting their spirit of giving.
Plumas Bank employees donated about 200 pounds of peanut butter last summer, which will help nourish area clients in need as part of the holiday food drive. The Calpine Elks and Lady Elks contributed $950 made possible from year-round bingo sales and fundraisers.
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2014 features chills, spills, and small-town thrills
| Union Pacific Railroad workers respond to the scene of a Tuesday, Nov. 25, derailment in the Feather River Canyon near Belden. Photo by Mike Taborski
Sheriff Greg Hagwood said Chris Driscoll represents everything he is looking for in a deputy — a man of integrity with strong ties to the community.
On Monday, Dec. 30, 2013, Driscoll continued his law enforcement progression when he was sworn in as a Plumas County sheriff’s deputy.
Driscoll, a graduate of Quincy High School and Feather River College, took the oath from County Clerk-Recorder Kathy Williams on the steps of the Plumas County Courthouse lobby.
With his wife, Lindsay, and their sons, Cooper, 5, and Kade, 2, at his side, Driscoll received enthusiastic applause from family and friends on hand for the ceremony.
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