Caltrans Seeks Public Input on Bike/Pedestrian Improvements
Please check out this link for more information on Caltrans plans for the bike and pedestrian trail improvements and access to survey so Caltrans can shape their plans to best serve our needs. Please take the time to participate.
Virtual Career Fair February 18
Sierra Pacific Industries partnering with Alliance for Workforce Development, Job Training Center and Smartforce Workcent are partnering with Sierra Pacific Industries offering free Virtual Career Fair February 18 from 8am to 10am and 4pm to 6pm. Links below in English and Spanish.
SPI is hiring in 10 north state divisions. Over 100 entry-level to highly skilled positions available with wages ranging from $17.50 - $35/hour plus hiring bonuses in some locations!
To register: www.spi-ind.com/careerfair
Plumas Bank Donates $25,000
Plumas Bank, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Plumas Bancorp, recently announced that it donated $25,000 to local non-profit organizations to provide food to those in need throughout its service area. A matching COVID-19 pandemic relief grant of $10,000 from the Federal Home Loan Bank of San Francisco (FHLB) helped make the donation possible. “As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to create economic hardship for many, we are inspired every day by local non-profit organizations who are stepping up to support our communities. https://www.plumasnews.com/plumas-bank-donates-25000-to-support-local-non-profits-addressing-food-insecurity/
Plumas County Board of Supervisors
Beginning with its next meeting on Tuesday, Feb. 9, the Plumas County Board of Supervisors will be accessible to the public via the Zoom platform. The board voted 4-1, with Supervisors Dwight Ceresola, Kevin Goss, Greg Hagwood and Sherrie Thrall voting in favor of Zoom and Board Chairman Jeff Engel voting no. https://www.plumasnews.com/the-plumas-board-of-supervisors-is-going-to-zoom/
Sierra Hospice Shop and Save Discount Cards
Our 2021 Shop and Save Discount Cards are now available for purchase. Receive year-long savings at participating merchants in The Chester, Westwood, & Crescent Mills areas. The services donated by the participating business are used to sell a discount card that can be used throughout the year. The money raised is used to provide hospice care, medical equipment, resources, and community events supporting hospice patients and their caregivers. To purchase a $10.00 Shop and Save Card, you can contact Sierra Hospice at 530.258.3412, visit For-Get-Me-Not Thrift Store in Chester and Crescent Country in Crescent Mills. We are very grateful for your donation.
CRAB & GO!
Get your ticket for the Peninsula Firemen’s Association “Crab & Go!” drive through Crab Feed hosted by Tantardino’s Pasta and Pizza on February 20 from 4:00 to 7:00pm.
Tickets can be purchased at Fire Station #2 – 801 Golf Club Rd. 530.259.2306; Tantardino’s Pizza and Pasta, 401 Ponderosa Drive, 530.596.3902; and Rouland’s Insurance Agency, 650 Main St., Chester 530.258.2218. Click for link.
Winter Shopping -- ❄️❄️❄️
Lassen Gifts -- New days and hours! Open Wednesday through Saturday from 10:00am to 4:00pm and closed Sunday through Tuesday. We will let you know of any other changes during this winter.
Giggling Crow -- February hours are now Thursday, Friday and Saturday from 10:00am to 4:00pm.
If you have a decent 4x4, there is a trail open to the Stover Mountain Sled Hill. Be safe, have fun, and don’t get stuck!
Food Pantry Welcomes Helping Hands
Helping Hands will join the Food Pantry location at 386-A Main Street in Chester, though run independently from them. Their first day of operation will be Thursday, February 18th from 12:00pm to 4:00pm. Regular hours are Tuesday and Thursday from 12:00pm to 4:00pm. Helping Hands welcomes all residents of the Almanor Basin. email@example.com
Pictured here is Chris Sellers whose volunteer legacy started with her parents who began Helping Hands.
Mount Lassen Theatre Remodel Update
Mount Lassen Theater's remodel is back underway. Click here for photos of the remodel back underway!
Coopervale Ski Area Is Stalled
The poma life caught fire and needs to be rebuilt so they are going to be opening later. They are fixing motor as fast as they are able so they can possibly open in the near future. Some good news is they are running the rope tow for kids and beginners. Tickets are $15. Rentals $10.