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News Briefs: Butterfly Garden; Arby’s helps raise $$; Ready Springs needs board replacement

Loved ones remembered at butterfly garden

A steady stream of people over the Memorial Day weekend walked through rows of heartfelt written messages to remember their loved ones at the Butterfly Garden of Remembrance, a fundraiser for Hospice of the Foothills in Nevada City.

Arby’s helps raise $$ for Big Brothers Big Sisters



The Arby’s on Freeman Lane in Grass Valley is participating in a nationwide fundraiser to benefit Big Brothers Big Sisters. Now through June 30, customers who visit the restaurant can donate $1 and a sign saying “Help us help kids” that will be pinned on the wall. Money raised locally will support the local chapter, company officials said. Last year, the campaign raised $1.6 million nationally. “This fundraiser is an important part of our agency’s funding,” BBBS of Nevada County Executive Director Dena Valin said.

Ready Springs looking for board replacement




Ready Springs Union School District in Penn Valley is seeking a substitute for Joe Ten Eyck, a board member who resigned recently. The substitute will serve a partial term ending in November with the general election. The application deadline is 3 p.m. June 30. Those interested should apply with a letter to Superintendent Jim Voss. For more information, call 432-7311.


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