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Chester Progressive, Westwood PinePress Wednesday, April 8, 2009 11A Basin woman responds to North Dakota disasl:=_r M. Kate West Chester Editor Almanor Basin Red Cross volunteer Linda White has been deployed, as a result of the Red River flooding, to as- sist .in staffing emergency evacuation shelters in North Dakota. The Three Rivers Chapter called her March 22, accord- ing to disaster director Charles McCaul. White flew out of Sacramento March 24, and will be de- ployed to North Dakota for two weeks. "White has undergone training with the Red Cross and has skills in managing and staffing shelters," said McCaul. "She is also the lead Red Cross disaster volunteer in the Lake Almanor Basin." McCaul said the Three Rivers Chapter has been seeking to build the capacity of the volunteers in the eight counties it serves. He said this task has been a priority since the Butte County fires last summer. 'There are more than 35 positions needed to be filled in a major disaster. The Red Cross and other emergency responders are very con- cerned about the upcoming dry summer and are actively seeking volunteers in Plumas County," said Mc- Caul. Classes are planned in Plumas County to train local volunteers in-sheltering skills, as well as other key roles. "The psychological first aid course, which teaches volunteers how to recognize and respond to victims of disaster needing emotional support, will be offered in Chester April 25," he said. To register for the class or find out more about how you can become a Red Cross vol- unteer, call 891-0885 and ask for Charles McCaul or e-mail He said a disaster assis- tance course is also in progress now at Feather Riv- er College. To register or for more information about the college class, contact Tama B01ton at 283-0202, ext. 285. Special drawing During the wild Chester March Madness Days, Lassen Gift Corn pany owner Sharon Henry al- so sponsored a special in-house drawing for three gift certificates. Young Hannah Counts assisted her in drawing the winning tickets. Jerry Eckert won the $50 Lassen Gift Company certificate, while Peggie Bateman hooked the $100 prize. S[nn,e,r resident DavidShaw won the grand prize of a $200 Lassen Gift Company gift certificate.t,by Cheri MdnUe, - .... t igh praise for job fair "1 thought the turnout for the Chester Job Fair was great. On a scale of one to 10, it was a 10," said Alliance for Workforce.Development Business Service Coordinator Janelle Hardig April 1. Asked about the preparedness of the 102 job seekers, Hardig said, "1 think every- one understands how hard things are with the economy and they took this em ployment opportunity very seriously." Employer turnout was good, and Hardig thought some of the employers might have felt bombarded by the sheer number of job seekers. She also said there were a lot of youth present at the fair. "It was terrific to see so many youth, all dressed up and with resumes in hand," she added. Photo by Jeanie Jones A Big ll00ank You to the following businesses and all additional volunteers that helped make the Lake Almanor Grand Prix a great success! Collins Pine Company WSR Racing Chester Mountain Sports The Chester Pizza Factory Cedar Lodge Motel & RV Park The Almanor Bowling Center Chester Auto Body & Glass .......  :!!4i;: :" - h ester/lake ,aJmaBor Chamber of Commaerce Working Together for Success 258-2426 529Main St. Chester SLUSHER PLUMBING  Protect Your Investment/ Hire a Licensed Contractor Lic. #C-36 396522 A A M A N O The Plumbing Professionals .. who are always there for you! NN Winterization Specialists Hydronic, Radiant and Snow-melt systems Full Service & .Repair Drain & Sewer Service New Construction & Remodel Tankless Water Heaters 152 Main St., Chester (530) Since 1980 "Let Slusher Fix Your Flusher" 258 -3474 Secure Rural Schools and Community Self-Determination Act Lassen County Resource Advisory Committee (RAC) And Lassen National Forest 6 Announce Request for Proposals The Lassen County Resource Advisory Committee announces round seven of requests for proposals for use of funding in 2009 provided by the Secure Rural Schools and Community Self-Determination Act (PL 110-343). Funds may be used for projects on national forest land. Exam pies of eligible projects include: Watershed restoration Road and trail maintenance Wildlife and fish habitat mprovement I Control of noxious and exotic weeds Soil productivity improvement I Improvement in forest ecosystemhealth I Re-establishment of native species Recreation and environmental education Funds may also be used on adjacent non-national forest lands so long as the project benefits I theadjoining national forest land. Projects which leverage the funds with in kind and cash matching funds are highly encouraged. Projects must be located within Lassen County. I Eligibility: Communities, organizations, tribes, and government agencies are eligible for funding. I i Applications are due by COB - April 30, 2009 to Lassen County Resource Advisory Committee, Attn. Heidi Perry, Lassen National Forest, 2550 Riverside Dr., Susanville CA 96130. Application forms and instructions are available by ca ng Heidi Perry at (530) 252-6604 or I e-mailing: | .:::::: :: :: :. :.- The Lassen Youth Basketball League would like to thank the following sponsors: Susanville Indian Rancheria Safeway Susanville Dental Care High Sierra Collision Diamond Mountain Casino Customer Talk Ross Northrop, DDS Lassen Radiology" Crystal Dairy Nono & Nona G. Gold Run Cabinets & Door Co. The Tina Cordoba Team, T/C Real Estate McDonald's Eagle Home Mortgage M&S Motorsports Mountain Lifelight Benchwarmer Trophies Susanville Supermarket, IGA Robert Cluck Horseshoelng JH Heating, Inc. US Bank Tri-Counties Bank Builder's Supply Durkin Construction, Inc. Bonnie & Clyde's The Pardner DW Real Estate Harlan's Bobcat & Backhoe Service Sierra Theater/Uptown Cinemas Lassen Custom Meats Skyline Alterations Wemple's Pumpkin Patch Century 21/Cottage Realty Evergreen Resources Plumas Bank Dalby Construction Joe Branch Electric, Inc. Buffalo Chi Ds Green Zone Monath Construction, Inc. Juwanna Tan Susanville Grocery Outlet Bear's Repair Suzanne's Ultimate Salon Medici, Logging The Mark Doae Cooper Photography Without your support this league would not have been possible. We truly appreciate you sponsoring and supporting our local youth. We look forward to another successful season next year. Thank you to Lassen Community College, Lassen High School, Diamond View School, The Armory, Meadow View School, Susanville Indian Rancheria, Johnstonville School and Richmond School for the use of your gymnasiums. We are hum Died to live in a community where everyone is willing to help. To all coaches, referees, parents and high school students who volunteered, we would like to extend our gratitude for the time and effort you have put in. We would also like to let the Lassen County Times and Kris Svendson know how much we appreciate the extra work they put in to cover our league. You all did a fan- tastic jobl Our hats go off to Susanville Indian Rancheria who donated $3,000.00 to the league to buy equipment so we could staff the season. We put on an incredible tournament with the help and support of Safeway, Diamond Mountain Casino, Susanville Dental Care, High Sierra Collision, Leslie's Jewelry and Customer Talk, It was a great season! Thank you again to everyone who made it possible and we look forward to your continued support! -- The Board Members of Lassen Youth Basketball