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The following individuals were celebrated during the Plumas Community Hospice Volunteer recognition on May 31. Seated from left: Cynthia Lusk (volunteer) and Lisa Hopman (board member and volunteer). Behind them from left: Sheila Vargas - PCH Director and volunteer, Debbie Anderson (volunteer), Noreen Lee (volunteer), Wayne Cartwright (volunteer), Susan Delano (volunteer), Susan Allen (volunteer), Beth Reid (board member), way in the back is Jeffery Soucek (volunteer), Shelley Morrison (board member and volunteer), Diane Giller (volunteer) and Saraha Black (volunteer). Volunteers not in the photo are Jacky Trotter, Emily Patterson and Elisha McClure. Photo submitted

Plumas Community Hospice honors its volunteers

A Plumas Community Hospice Volunteer Recognition event  was held at the home of Russell and Beth Reid the evening of May 31.  Each volunteer shared received a crystal Guardian Angel pendant in recognition of their work.

Plumas Community Hospice is a local nonprofit organization that provides support and comfort to families and their loved ones as they complete their final chapter of life with dignity and compassion. It has about a dozen volunteers who each spend a few hours a week providing care. Trainings are usually held in the spring in conjunction with Sierra Hospice. The local hospice organizations include Sierra Hospice, serving Chester and the Almanor Basin; Honey Lake, Susanville; Plumas Community, Greenville to Quincy; and the areas from Spring Garden to Portola, including Graeagle, are served by Truckee Meadows.

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  • Way to go good neighbors! You exemplify what is best about our people. Thank you.
    Barbara and Stephen Windward

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