Plumas County Democrats present a check to CAN, the food bank in Quincy. Julie Hochrein, (red coat) hands the check to the food bank's coordinator, Kitty Gay. Photo submitted

Busy end of year for Plumas County Democrats

The Plumas County Democrats Central Committee (PCDCC) ended 2022 with a social potluck and a trip to the Community Assistance Network (CAN) to donate $700 in checks and additional food collected  from their members. They also collected over 60 jackets, coats and hooded sweatshirts for the newly reopened Plumas Crisis Intervention Resource Center (PCIRC).

Plumas County Democrats participate in Caltrans’ Adopt-A- Highway program providing highway cleanup for a section of the highway east of Quincy. They also promote voter registration, voter participation, the Women’s March, the Plumas County Fair, Earth Day and other community events and rallies.

The goal of the committee is to promote socially responsible elected officials and community activities that benefit all of our citizens.

Anyone interested in joining, supporting or learning more about  PCDCC may contact Faith or Julie at  [email protected]

Plumas County Democrats participate in Caltrans’ Adopt-A- Highway program. From left: Marsha Roby, Julie Hochrein and Pete Hochrein. Photo submitted
Members of the Plumas County Democrats collected warm clothing and then delivered it to the crisis center in Quincy. Photo submitted