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.
Gold Mountain Homeowners Association Jennifer Treff Monica Gale
GMHOA Administrators C/O Hignell, Inc. 1750 Humboldt Road
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.
Plumas Rural Services - Community Connections Leslie Wall
Coordinator 586 Jackson Street
Quincy, CA 95971
Visit our Website 530-283-3611x818 Fax: 530-283-3647 Text the word: PLUMASRSCC To: 72727
Community Connections is a network of community members who exchange services with each other and program Sponsors for time credits. One hour of service equals one time credit - all services and members are equal. Members of all ages provide nearly 300 different services to each other! Cost is $20 to join and $5/annually. Scholarships are available.
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.