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8A Wednesday, Nov. 28, 2012 indian Valley Record Coach: Filed discrimination suit against PUSD from page 1A Eaglesmith claimed he re- ceived upon being rehired as varsity basketball coach. Haberfeld will try to con- vince the jury that Eagle- smith was continually dis- criminated against by the administration because of his race and religious be- liefs. Eaglesmith said inhis de- claration that he is a spiritu- al advisor and leader of the Shawnee Nation - South ample of discrimination was when athletic director Jeff Ray suddenly changed the locks to keep Eaglesmith out of the physical education of- rice, where Eaglesmith had personal items and clothing in a locker. Eaglesmith claimed he was unable to retrieve his personal property for rive months. When Eaglesmith com- plained, Haberfeld said, he was told that he could change his clothes in a clos- et previously used to store claimed he was unjustly ac- cused of unlawful entry and stealing after the PE office was broken into and items were removed. Charges were later dropped. There were many other events that led to Eagle- smith finally filing his dis- crimination and harassment claims in January 2011, Haberfeld said. Eaglesmith, now 69 years old, said he "is a good old boy, but painted the wrong color," according to Haber- feld. COMMUNITY CORNER WEEKLY CALENDAR Thursday, Nov. 29 Brentwood Dr), Chester. 284-6668. Workshop for Plumas Bingo, 10:30 a.m., at the Artists, 2-4:30 p.m., Greenville Tuesday, Dee. 4 Greenville Senior Nutrition Southern Baptist Church, Sewing, Crafts and Coffee, Site, Green Meadows Housing Greenville Wolf Creek Road. 10:30 a.m.-noon, Taylorsville Development off Hot Springs 284-7069. Methodist Church., 284-7861 or Road. Call a day ahead for ride 284-7670. and lunch reservations, 284- Friday, Nov. 30 Family Night, 5:30 p.m., 6088. Sewing, Crafts and Coffee, Roundhouse Council, 330 Bush A1-Anon, 5:30 p:m., at the 11 a.m.-noon, TaylorsviUe St., Greenville, 284-6866. Grange Hall in Taylorsviile. Community United Methodist California Women in Tim- Greenville Rotary, 6 p.m., In- Church, Nelson Street, 284- ber, 6 p.m., Plumas Caf6 (sub- dian Valley Community Cen- 7861 or 284-7670. ject to change), Quincy. ter Conference Room, Eastern Alliance. chemicals Eaglesmith toldAnother incident the law- National Association of Re- Highway 89, Greenville. Eaglesmith, a former se- Haberfeld that the janitor suit cites is repeated harass- tired Federal Employees, Wednesday" Dee. 5 Indian Valley Riding and mi-pro basketball player told him he shouldn't go in ment in the form of Nathan noon. Mountain View Manor lndian Valley Collaborative, Roping Club, 6 p.m., Potluck and successful coach, led the there because of the toxic Bales' truck, marked with a Community Room, 283-4996. 10 a.m., Roundhouse Council and meeting in the Clubhouse Greenville Junior High chemicals, hangman's noose and whiteOrder of the Eastern Star, 330 Bush St., Greenville, 284- at the Taylorsville Rodeo School boys' basketball According to Haberfeld, supremacist slogans, parked Masonic Temple, 7 p.m. Main 1560. Grounds, 284-7696 or 283-1953. team to an unprecedented 30 when Eaglesmith cam- within sight of Eaglesmith's St. Greenville. Zoning Administration, 10 AA Meeting, 7 p.m. First Bap- wins and three losses last plained again, he was told to workplace. AA, 7 p.m., First Baptist a.m., Plumas County Court, tist Church, Hot Springs Road, season . use a room near the gym EagleSmith was afraid for Church, Hot Springs Road, house, Board of Supervisors Greenville. In his declaration, Eagle- that contained a toilet, his life, and went to theGreenville. meetir g room, Quincy, smith claimed that the assis- shower and a closet pole.sheriff to get a permit to car- t ant junior varsity coach ryagun, H ab erfe ldsa id . . ,UI~}VIII~. Shop oumey t II 11/5 : 11/2 " .~ sat rda oV ov "__ Weat,er. ' Howard Hughes, refused tother the chemical room or Eaglesmlth s case will be Celebrating Recovery" free H U R C H E S heed his directives and re- the toilet room, so changed heard in the U.S. District dinner 5 p.m., worship at 6 peatedly undermined his au- his clothes in his vehicle Court for the Eastern Dis- pm, and group meetmg at 7 Rd Grsenw,e thority, outside the school, trict of California on May . . ,, _ ., Church Of Jesus Christ OfSeventh-Day Adventist, 310-2042, Hwy: Haberfeld said that an ex-Additionally, Eaglesmith20, 2013. p.m. hake Atmanor uommu- Latter Day Saints, 284-7517 or 284- 89, next to Sierra Sunrise, Greenville. nity Church, 2610 Hwy A-13. 1414, Hideway Rd., Greenville. _ _ . Call 596-3683. Childcare pro- 5outhern uapdst, 284-7522, 241 vided. First Baptist, 284-7714, 133 Hot Springs Greenville Wolf Creek Rd., Greenville. " ' St. Anthony s Catholic Monday, Dec 3 " 2 41003 Father Larry Beck Jessie Street, Indian Valley Health Care Chnst the Redeemer Church, 8 - , .. . . ni,=,,.~,~, ,-,~,,,1 ..... +;,,.. o+ 120 Bush St., Greenvdle, ctranghcan.org. , . ........ , -,-~, ............. ~ ,,- a.m.; Thursoay Mass, noon. 5:30 p m., Indian Valley Cam- ,. ........... I'fiSt Lulneran, ze4-/oe~ munity Center, Highway 89, . ....... .,. Commumty Umted Methodist 11b uusn bI, L~reenvllle Greenville 284-7191 ' ' Churches of Greenville and Tay- Greenville C~ H-11 Memo Iorswlle, 284-7316, 212 Pine St., .. Y. ^a ^ - Greenville Assembly of God, 284-6586, Greenville and Nelson & Warren St., Tay- rlat wluseum, a:au p.m., uor- Forgay & Setzer, Greenville. I .... ,,,.- ner of Mill and Mam streets, Greenv ,e, 284-7224. Indian Mission Full Gospel,Christ the Redeemer Church, 284-1003, Parents Club, 6 p.m., Indian N. Valley Rd., Greenville. First Lutheran, 120 Bush St., Greenville., Valley Elementary School Li- ctrandlican.org. ' " : ~ ' ~" "" "~' Riv r ..... 284-6006 1192N Va eyRd Greenv ei;~i~}ii~[~iS~@~!,~iiiii Local .... ...... ' bra" ' 28` 7195 Kingdom Hall Of Jehovah's Witnesses ............................................................................................................... eamer e t oormnatea ..... ................ : Resource Management Group, call for time and loca- tion, 283-3739. . , . - - - , ~ ,- : , t AA, 7 p.m., First Lutheran ..... . . ........ , : Church, Bush Street, Greenville. Call 24 hours a day _ I (877) 880-2880. ~.' ,'-7- ..... "-'t-- "-~.4- -': A1-Anon Family Group " . ~ ~8:06"a.m.! Meeting, 7:30 p.m., Commu- X i nity United Methodist Church, / " ! 386 Main St, (Back door on . ' L ] ' [u:,;..m....I .~,~---~---~Cb~-ter--I/ .$usanville ill Lh LEVELS [ " Ik\ ]LakeAImanor Elevation[ 12.24"am~ ~, /(-uin--.e ., \\N~ '11/6" ' " " ~ ")' Portom ItCurrent 4,485.58 I I ,,,, I __.mE ~,gfi~ff ~f~# ,1YearAgo 4.486.55 ' [2.0 "~ ' ~xx~'""-~ " (X~2--- '--~/I/. 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