(OLD STATION — The Old Station Volunteer Fire Department
will host its annual Fisherman’s Breakfast fundraiser on
Saturday, April 30, from 7:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. at the
Old Station Volunteer Fire Hall.
The breakfast menu includes pancakes, eggs, sausage,
juice and coffee. The breakfast cost is $7.00 for adults
and $4.00 for children.
The event includes a Raffle featuring donations from
local businesses and friends of the fire department.
Tickets for the raffle are available at the breakfast,
local merchants, or by calling Kathy Becker at 335-7036.
Breakfast set by Cassel VFC
CASSEL — Cassel Volunteer Fire Company
celebrates “opening day” with its annual
Fishermen’s Breakfast on Saturday, April 30,
from 7:00 a.m. to 11:00..am at Cassel Center.
The breakfast will include pancakes, eggs,
sausage, juice, coffee, tea and hot chocolate
for a donation of $7.00 for adults, $5.00 for
kids, and free for under 5 years of age.
This event is also known for its bake sale and
Hamilton is Named VP/Manager of Fall River Branch of
— Plumas Bank recently announced the promotion
of Donna Hamilton to the position of Assistant
Vice President, Branch Manager of the Fall River
Mills office. Hamilton joined Plumas Bank in
2007 and has been instrumental in increasing the
market share for the branch. BJ North, Plumas
Bank’s executive vice president, retail/
commercial group manager, made the presentation.
A 35 year resident of Fall River Mills and a
Fall River High School graduate, Hamilton
remarked, “I am pleased and honored to receive
this promotion and I look forward to the new
opportunities it will bring. I am fortunate to
have a strong team and to be working for a bank
that is passionate about supporting the
communities it serves. Together, we do our best
to help our clients, our friends and neighbors,
financially grow and succeed.
McArthur FFA Minute
Last week was a very busy week for the McArthur FFA.
Every year, thousands of eager FFA kids gather in Fresno
California to partake in various career development
events as well as listen to many keynote speakers. It is
a tremendous opportunity for students. This year, the
chapter was lucky enough to have a state qualifying
parliamentary procedure team qualify for the state
competition. They will compete against chapters from all
across California. Another bright spot for the chapter
falls in the category of state office. Jace Neugebauer
is one of a select group to be in the running of state
office. The selection for next year’s state officers
will be on the last session of the state conference.
This is an extremely great accomplishment. One more
outstanding student making headlines throughout the FFA
world is Wesley Woolery. He was selected to be on the
state officer nominating committee. He is one of only 12
students to be selected for this. This is an opportunity
that very few students are lucky enough to have. Make
sure to look in the paper next week for the results of
the state competitions.