Which do you prefer: snow or rain? I prefer an open escape route and highway. I’ve been researching the history of Feather River Canyon and the building of the scenic route designated highway for a story for the March edition of High Country Life. It’s a fascinating feat of engineering on par with the pyramids as far as I’m concerned. As I read up on it, I’m amazed it was ever built in the first place. Humans do some crazy things and accomplish the wild but cannot over power and tame.
I send nothing but warm, dry thoughts to the Caltrans workers busy trying to get it cleared so we can come and go once again down the majestic and treacherous road way.
Now more than ever, we need your input, your tips, your story ideas and press releases. Send your information to to [email protected]. Stay safe out there and very warm.
Indian Valley Community Services District monthly meeting is tomorrow evening, January 18 at 6:30 p.m. in the Plumas Bank building in downtown Greenville.
The monthly Dixie Fire Collaborative meeting takes place this Saturday in the Greenville Elementary School Cafeteria from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Come be informed and learn about what’s being rebuilt, fill out the survey about downtown Greenville, and find out more about resources and how you can volunteer to help your community.
Innovation Hub Workshop Jan. 23
The workshop takes place on Saturday, January 23 from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. at Plumas Bank in Greenville. IVIH is partnering with Sierra Small Business Development Center to provide assistance for small businesses for free.
The workshop will discuss creating and implementing a business plan and will feature talks by Clint Koble and Ken Donnell. For more information, contact IVIH director Lara Wheeler at (907) 242-4426 or [email protected].
Entrepreneur Rally Jan. 28
Indian Valley Innovation Hub is sponsoring an Entrepreneur Rally for business networking and building economic development momentum. Business people at all stages of business development are invited to attend as well as anyone wanting to address our unique economic challenges in Indian Valley. The purpose of these rallies is to be inclusive in a community driven process to assess both the challenges and possible solutions to building homegrown businesses.
This one takes place at the new Grizzly Bite in Taylorsville on Saturday, January 28 from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. Pizza and a free beverage are provided.
The rallies serve to build momentum for economic development and give business people the opportunity to learn about free resources. Business people can mingle with others and receive support.
For more information, contact IVIH director Lara Wheeler at (907) 242-4426 or [email protected].