The Plumas County Fire Safe Council (PCFSC) announced today, July 14, the newest recipient in its Fire Safe Recognition Program. This award identifies, and publicly acknowledges, outstanding fire safety accomplishments in Plumas County.
A personalized certificate was presented to the following community member who has demonstrated initiative and leadership through his actions and accomplishments.
Recipient: John Reynolds
Submitter: Jim Miller
John Reynolds has done much to make the Grizzly Ranch community a safer place to live. He has been instrumental in educating the community regarding the importance of hazardous fuel reduction, organizing the Grizzly Ranch Firewise Committee, and in gaining and maintaining the community’s Firewise status. In addition, he has worked tirelessly on the Plumas County Firesafe Council to spread the same message beyond the borders of our community. You have my sincerest gratitude and heartfelt appreciation-Jim Miller
The nomination process and guidelines are available on the PCFSC website, www.plumasfiresafe.org, under the Recognition tab. A Certificate of Recognition will be awarded to any person, business or community that acted in a manner which helped to reduce the losses from wildfires.
Anyone can nominate a candidate they feel is deserving. A subcommittee will then review the nominees and submit to the Board for a vote to honor the nominee(s) with a certificate. Initially the goal will be to have an announcement at the monthly meetings, which takes place the second Thursday of every month.
For more information on all programs the Fire Safe Council has to offer please visit the PCFSC website: www.plumasfiresafe.org. There are many outreach programs outlined for assistance opportunities and Fire Preparedness.