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~ Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter Wednesday, Oct. 15, 2014 7B ':"Seventy-eight people, ,o,mostly women but a few men, '*. attended the seventh annual Fall Into Fashion Show at . ,, Longboards Bar & Grill on Sunday, Oct. 5. It was a benefit for the Mohawk Community Resource Center. Attendees were treated to a lunch by chef Sean Conry and a parade of women's clothing and accessories, all provided by local merchants. A silent auction table offered many goods and services donated by local businesses and craftspeople. The show coordinator was :;:: Judith Porep-Lullo, who ', began the series in 2007. Dink ,,, Rife was at the microphone of a brand new and , much-improved sound .sYstem and served as master of ceremonies. She introduced,each model and , provided details on the clothing and accessories exhibited. The contributing local merchants were Queen Bee Boutique, Main Street ' Styles, Eco Centric, Graeagle Mercantile, Howling Dogs Bike & Ski, Plumas Pines Pro Shop, Briar Patch, Red House Art, Park Lane Jewelry, Ace Hardware, The Gold Rush Gallery and Happy Hunting Ground. There were six models and five rounds of clothing and accessories in the categories of travel, sports, casual, mountain dress-up and bedtime. The bedtime round was made special by the Models at the Fall Into Fashion with the grandchildren of Toni showdisplay bedtime attire. From left: Cheri Cannon, Toni Dick, Jackie Dick and Dottie Hattich. Photo by Linda Cooley appearance of some of the MCRC offers many Services. Exercise classes, models' grandchildren. The functions and services toeducational activities, social kids were in stylish pajamas Eastern Plumas County. It is functions and art classes are and booties and carried a service of the larger some of the offerings stuffed animals, nonprofit Plumas Rural available at 8989 Highway 89 Luckey, Dottie Hattich, in Blairsden. A lending library, Internet access and computers and printers are also available to the public. For more information Joni,Battistoni and Pat Symons, along about the fashion show or MCRC, call 836-0446 or email mcrc@plumasruralservices. org, or visit www.plumas Where in the world? John and Marian Sciborski celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary in London, and pause with the Portola Reporter in front of Westminster Abbey. rums The Plumas County Mental Health Department is collecting public opinion about mental health services in Plumas County. Information is being gathered to help develop the Mental Health Services Act three-year work plan, and public feedback is requested, Community forums will be held in the communities of Chester, Greenville, Portola and Quincy. The purpose of these forums is to collect feedback directly from community members about me the current state of mental health services in each area. The public is invited to attend, and participation in this grocess will help prioritize areas of greatest need in mental health services in Plumas County. The Portola community forum will be held Wednesday, Oct. 22, from 5 to 6:30 p.m. at the C. Roy Carmichael Elementary School gymnasium. The Quincy community forum will be held Thursday, Oct. 23, from 5:30 to 7 p.m. at the Quincy High School gymnasium. The Chester community forum will be held Friday, Oct. 24, from noon to 1:30 p.m. in the Veterans Memorial Hall at 225 Gay St. The Greenville community forum will be held Friday, Oct. 24, from 9 10;30 a.m. in the Indian Valley Community Center at 209 Crescent St. Light refreshments will be served at each of these events. Contact mental health at 283-6307 with any questions. ~' i~ Business Assistance Plumas County Small Businesses Customized business assistance to transform and grow your business ! This program will offer services to eligible businesses at all stages of business development and operations. One-on-One Business Counseling Financial and Legal Counseling Business Plan Development Management & Marketing Assistance Loan Preparation and Packaging And Much More! Eligibility Requirements Apply For more information contact Joelle Breazier at 283-1606 OR email program made possible by Plumas County Microenterprise Technical Assistance Program Alliance for Workforce Development, Inc. is . / career network an Equal Opportunity Employer/Program.