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Susanville Auto Center donates drivers training car


Susanville Auto Center partnering manager Chad Nethery, left, presents a car to David Trussell and Jay McKennon for the Lassen Community College Driver’s Training Program.

Saturday, April 11, 2015 — The Lassen Community College Driver’s Training program received a donation for its students.

Susanville Auto Center, after working with faculty, donated a 2013 red Ford Focus to the training program.

According to Chad Nethery, Susanville Auto Center partnering manager, he had been working with the program for about a year.

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Afternoon Tea set to entertain

Friday, April 10, 2015 —Attendees for the upcoming sold-out Honey Lake Hospice Afternoon Tea are in for an exciting event.

The annual event, which has been around for about 7 or 8 years has local Honey Lake Hospice volunteers take charge of tables and food.

“Each server has a table and they decorate it however they like,” said this year’s tea organizer, Mimi Rena.

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Rotary speech contest winner

Friday, April 10, 2015 — Lassen High School student Alegra Miranda accepted her first-place award and cash prize from Assistant District Governor Penny Artz at the Rotary Speech Contest on Wednesday, March 18.

Second-place finisher Amarisa Miranda, also from Lassen High, received an award and cash prize...

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Soroptimist ladies nights out


Friday, April 10, 2015 — Participants in the Soroptimist International of Susanville’s fashion show line up for one final viewing. The fashion show was the culminating event of the Soroptimist International of Susanville’s Ladies Night Out.


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Volunteers complete training

Thursday, April 9, 2015 — Eight new volunteers completed two full weeks of training at Lassen Family Services, obtaining their certification as Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Peer Counselors and Crisis Line Volunteers.

“Volunteers are the cornerstone of any successful nonprofit organization,” said executive director Melissa Downing in a press release. “Lassen Family Services operates the only 24/7/365 crisis line in Lassen County, and maintaining a group of qualified individuals willing to serve their community is a top priority.”

Upon completion of the initial certification requirements, volunteers initially serve as crisis line volunteers and may, after appropriate supervision and additional training, also serve as emergency shelter volunteers and/or peer counselors.

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