Are you looking for an activity that combines both service to the community and great personal satisfaction? If the answer is yes, consider joining the Eastern Plumas Health Care Auxiliary. EPHC Auxiliary is an all-volunteer, non-profit organization whose purpose is to provide support to the Eastern Plumas Health Care District.
The health and welfare of members of the community is the Auxiliary's first priority and it addresses this by providing funding for the purchase of medical equipment for the Portola Hospital and regional Clinics.
Sierra Cascade Street Rodders Mike Kirk - President
Our club supports the vintage and hot rod community of cars and trucks. We accept all years, makes and models of cars, trucks, and motorcycles. We are a non-profit club and raise funds for our local volunteer fire departments, local animal shelters and Epcan. We are located in Plumas County, California and hold our annual Show and Shine at the Plumas Sierra County Fairgrounds located In Quincy, California on the first Saturday in June.
Alliance for Workforce Development, Inc * Tracy Holt
7 Quincy Junction Road
Quincy, CA 95971
530-283-1606 Fax: 530-283-1199 Member Since: 2010
A regional nonprofit providing workforce development and human resource services by assisting businesses and jobseekers with their pathways to success.
The Graeagle Lions is a group of enthusiastic men and women who believe in giving back to the community of Eastern Plumas County and having a lot of fun doing it. Below see the Graeagle Lions supporting Therapeutic equine activity programs with a donation.
Among the community projects we support are: Horses Unlimited,4th of July celebration, Graeagle, Portola High School, Plumas Eureka State Park, Frazier Falls Trail, Highway Cleanup.
The specific purpose of the club is to promote, encourage, instruct and improve the skills for safe handling and care of firearms and marksmanship of the members of the community who are interested in similar objectives.
Western Pacific Railroad Museum -Non-profit museum - run and operated by the Feather River Rail Society.
Interpretive displays of railroading in Plumas County
This museum was started by the Feather Rail Society and has a large collection of railroad cars and a learn-to-drive a locomotive instruction. Bring the family for a ride on the museum's balloon track.