Free HIV/AIDS support group scheduled
People with HIV/AIDS are invited to a free peer support group at Spirit Mental Health Peer Empowerment Center. Co-facilitators are Bill Roberts of Sierra Foothills AIDS Foundation, 477-5551, and David Lynott, Spirit Center, 274-1431.
Spirit Center is a new drop-in service located in Brunswick Basin. The HIV/AIDS Support group meets Fridays, 3 to 4:30 pm. For more information call Bill or Joan at 477-5551.
U.S.F.S. Ranger District consolidation finalized
The trial reorganization for the Tahoe National Forest was recently made permanent.
The reorganization officially combines three ranger districts on the west side of the forest into two. The former Nevada City District was divided between the two districts to the north and south, and the two remaining districts were renamed.
The newly formed Yuba River Ranger District is now composed of the former Downieville District located in Sierra and Yuba Counties and the portion of the Nevada City District that is in Nevada County. The district office will remain in Camptonville.
The new American River Ranger District is now composed of the former Foresthill District in Placer County and that portion of the Nevada City District in Placer County. The district office will remain in Foresthill.
The forest headquarters will remain in Nevada City with several Yuba River District employees working there as well. Phone numbers for district offices will remain the same. The reorganization will not affect the Sierraville or Truckee Districts on the east side of the forest.
Ex-Prisoners of War to meet in Oroville
American Ex-Prisoners of War meets for lunch at noon, with business meeting to follow, at 1 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 22, at Fernando’s Restaurant, 2280 Myers St. in Oroville. All former prisoners of war and their guests are invited to meet with North State Chapter 1.
The agenda includes reports on the Third Annual Veterans Celebration held at the Mall in Yuba City in November.
For more information, call 749-8324, 674-3389, 589-2476, 872-8419, or 342-1928.
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