The Graeagle Lions Club 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. The Graeagle Lions donate to Therapeutic equine activity programs.
Among the community projects we support are: Horses Unlimited, Mohawk Valley Independence Day (MVID) celebration in Graeagle, the Portola and Loyalton High Schools, Plumas Eureka State Park, Frazier Falls Trail, CA State Highway 89 Cleanup, EPCAN (Food Bank) and local Vision Care through the Portola Resource Center.
The Sierra Buttes Trail Stewardship is a non-profit organization dedicated to the preservation of trails. Our goal is to preserve, restore, and enhance the trails of this region to inspire outdoor recreation and to create jobs in the area.
Friends of Portola Railroad Days Event Coordinator
The Gold Mountain Homeowners Association (GMHOA) manages the Gold Mountain common interest development located in Plumas County. Gold Mountain is an environmentally sensitive, gated, golf and recreation community of approximately 400 custom home sites spread over more than 1280 forested acres. We are about an hour drive from Reno and Lake Tahoe.