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The Northeastern California chapter of the American Red Cross will be giving a new volunteer orientation, disaster services overview, sheltering and disaster action team training in Quincy. It will be conducted Nov. 4 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. in the Plumas County Library community room at 500 Jackson St.
Attendees should bring a lunch. The training is free.
All adults interested in learning about services for the Quincy, Canyon and Portola areas are invited to attend. Volunteers are needed in these areas.
RSVP to Michelle Perkins, district program manager, at 673-1460, or Michael Rodriguez, ARC volunteer, at 283-3225.
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