Four students from 3R School rebuilt bikes and donated them to Sierra Nevada Children’s Services through the Seven Hills School Bicycle Recycle program. Pictured from left: Jesse Bandy, Steve Davis (Bicycle Recycle instructor), Brandon Sinnock, Corey Hayden, Travis Cross (front) and Barney Strum, a Vista Americorps volunteer from Sierra Nevada Children’s Services.
The Ladies Guild of St. Canice Church in Nevada City, held a baby shower in July to benefit clients of the Livingwell Medical Clinic in Grass Valley. Attendees were (left to right) Bernie Cooney, Jackie Keyser, Karen Colwell, Lori Nunnunick-Deliz, Suzanne Nunnunick, Maggie Doyle, Dee Smith and Donna Carver.
The Drop Dead Gorgeous Mad Hatters chapter of the Red Hat Society met for lunch at the Holbrooke Hotel recently – and all of them managed to find a red hat to wear to the affair. Enjoying the festivities were (front row, left to right) Audrey Abbey, Lois Figueira, Diana Huff, Zorba Taylor, Rosie Tappero, Wanda Baggett, Millie Beattie, (middle, left) Iris Bliss, Jan Bellavia, Nan Curry, Mary Riley, MaryAnn Riley, Dorothy Bradford, (back, left) Marty Ternosky, Yvonne Edwards, Grace Dolan, Ardy Tobin, Linda Frisch, Salley Ingle and Carol Gaynor.
Five members of the Boy Scout Troop 855 in Grass Valley completed a 30-foot jump from the Cliff Jumping Rock at Camp Winton on Bear River Reservoir this month. Catching some sun after the jump are (left to right) Jeff Litton, Josh Orman, Kurtis Saiyo, Tanner Ketcham and Bryan Christensen.
Western Nevada County residents (from left) Ryan Giacomini, Andrea Goodnight, Sandy Croft and his son, Ben, visited Arlington National Cemetery this summer to lay a wreath at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier. Parents and students from Magnolia Middle School have made an annual summer trip to Washington, D.C., for 17 years.
Ellie McCrea of Grass Valley seems to be pleased with the free tree seedling she received when she visited the California Forest Center at the California State Fair in Sacramento Aug. 19. The state fair runs through Monday.
Coach Melissa Bill’s eighth-grade pep squad practices at Lyman Gilmore’s
Summer Cheer Camp. Left to right from top are Anjali Kessler, Janel O’Donnell, Cami Bigham, Brittany Bates, Tiffanee Haines, Nikki North, Emily Smith and Kayla Ballance.
The Sierra Gold Chorus of Sweet Adelines International were in a upbeat mood as they rehearsed for their performance Aug. 10 at the Nevada County Fair. To join the chorus, call Marge at 477-5107.
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