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Indian Valley Record Wednesday, May 30, 2018 5A comes o Maggie Wells Staff Writer mwells@plumasnews.com The Indian Valley. Recreations and Parks District hosted its spring fundraiser, the Great American Picnic and Talent Show, on May 19 at the Indian Valley Community Center in Greenville. The Lulader Family Band won first place with their rendition of "Stand By Me" and "Feel It Still." Madolyn Fitch and Mr. Bassman won second place with "Misty's Song." Hailey Machado, who performed "I Got You," tied with Elijah Barnes and Nick Hampton for third place. Dan Litchfield emceed the 10 talent acts from Indian Valley. Last year's winner, Sydney Bridgeman, also entertained the audience along with Charlie Forcino and Lowell Siwundhia before the show. The Lunder Family, from left, Nils, Jura, and Adin Lunder, and Lindsey Bois Kelly take first place Talent Show on May 19 at the Indian Valley Community Center in Greenville. Photos submitted nty icn'c set The County Picnic on Saturday, June 2, at the Plumas-Sierra County Fairgrounds off Highway 70 in East Quincy will be a daylong event featuring activities and fun for the whole family. And when the grownups are ready for a refreshing cocktail or pick-me-up, you can help support several local community service programs by moseying over to the Soroptimist International of Quincy's booth. The SQI members will be mixing up several delicious "mature menu" options. WASll MANAGEMENT The top vote getters at the 2018 Great American Picnic and Talent Show are, from left, the /under Family Band, Halley Machado, Elijah Barnes and Nick Hampton, Mr. Bassman and Madolyn Fitch. 9am- 2pm Acetone Alcohols Acceptable household hazardous waste: Chlorine Shellac Drain Cleaners Transmission Fluid Ammonia Dyes Antifreeze Fertilizers Tree Root/Stump Killer Wallpaper Cement Insecticides,Oil, Automotive Oil, Petroleum Weed Killer Barbecue & Lighter Fluid Used Oil Filters Batteries Window Cleaners Paint Strippers Paint, Wood Stains Windshield Wiper Fluid Paint Thinners Bleach Cess Pool Cleaners Wood Preservatives Poisons Items not accepted: Radioactive Material * Cylinders (gas) Explosive Material Medical Waste Residential use only. Commercial waste only accepted by fee. Feather River Disposal, Inc. A Waste Management Company Serving Quincy, Greenville & Chester/Lake A/manor 530-283-2004 Gregg Scott Staff Writer gscott@plumasnews.com at the Great American Picnic and In an ongoing effort to ensure the integrity and water quality of the Lake Almanor Basin, a collaborative, including the Hamilton Branch and Peninsula fire departments; BNSF Railway Company; and California Department of Fish & Wildlife, Office of Spill Prevention and Response, held a two-day training seminar May 16 and 17. The training, called the "Hamilton Branch Incident Drill," consisted of a day of classroom instruction at the Hamilton Branch Fire Station about effective communications within a "Unified Command Response" and possible response scenarios. The second day involved practicing deployment of containment equipment in case a toxic spill actually happened. This part of the training took place on the Feather River Canyon in the Belden area. Lena Kent, regional director public affairs for BNSF, noted that with a 99.9 percent success record, shipping by railway is probably the safest way to ship product, especially anything that might be considered hazardous. She, along with Lt. Joshua Nicholas of the CDFW, stressed that these types of training raise the level of preparedness for all the agencies that would ultimately be involved in case of an accident. .onMatters ' A weekly highlight of the programs of Plumas Unified School District and supported by the County Office of Education This is a reminder that Plumas Unified School District is still actively accepting families and individuals' disability information to input into the Plumas County Dispatch system. Please contact any Special Education teacher at any PUSD elementary school to sign up. In the event of an emergency, it's important that First Responders have as much information as possible to respond effectively and efficiently, When it comes to addressing emergencies with individuals on the Autism ' Spectrum and students and adults with intellectual or physical disabilities, it's of great importance to have this information in order to respond most appropriately. Dispatch can play a key role in helping to determine the proper staff and equipment needed to respond to an emergency. When First Responders are aware of the disabilities and deficits that are present in individuals prior to arriving at the scene, the emergency can be swiftly and adequately handled. For example, knowing that a person in danger may be nonverbal, or verbal with social deficits can be vital to help the First Responders know how to best address the situation. Unfortunately, in most cases dispatch only has information on a limited number of the disabled population, which includes the blind and elderly, In order to support a larger disabled population, PUSD is partnering with Plumas County Dispatch to collect adult's and children's From left to right: Dispatcher Zoe Stancer, Assistant Fire Chief Frank Carey, Patrol Commander Todd Johns, student Davis Friden, PUSD Education Specialist Jennifer Kimball, SELPA Director Laura Blesse. disability information to be logged and saved in the dispatch system. Jennifer Kimball and Laura Blesse are the brainpower behind this life-saving idea. Kimball is a PUSD Special Education teacher and the California Autism Professional Training and Information Network (CAPTAIN) Representative for Plumas Unified. Laura Blesse is the PUSD Special Education Local Plan Area (SELPA) Director. Their goal is to enhance Plumas County's resources, awareness, and support for those on the Autism spectrum and those with other disabilities. Plumas County Dispatch is partnering with PUSD as a public service to the community and is more than happy to be given the information to input. In the future, Kimball hopes to also do trainings and workshops with First Responders to educate them on various mental and physical disabilities. To sign up families, parents, and community members are encouraged to contact Special Education Teachers at their local PUSD elementary school Information conected will pertain to any particular disability, including the participants name, birthday, address, type of disability, and the severity of the disability, along with any other relevant information, including behavioral triggers. All information will be securely delivered to Plumas County Dispatch to input into their system. Note that it is up to the parent or adult to update this information if the child or individual moves locations. It is recommended that to ensure ultimate safety anyone with a disability should always have a landline. For any further information or questions contact Jennifer Kimball at jkimball@pcoe.kl2.ca.us For more information about PUSD, follow us on Facebook -- Plumas Unified School District or our district webpage at www.pcoe.k12.ca.us