Marysville Appeal-Democrat : 2019-02-11
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APPEAL-DEMOCRAT Monday, February 11, 2019 Marysville–yuba City, California 12 Pages Online: www.appealdemocrat.com Single copy 75¢ Shelter location sparks concerns Temporary homeless shelter to be built near homes, businesses, assisted living facilities area.
The property is currently home to Sutteryuba Behavioral Health, which includes emergency mental health, psychiatric emergency, adult, youth and family, forensic, substance use disorders, prevention, and cultural services. The Yuba College Music Department presents the Tuesday Noon Recital Series will be at noon-2 p.m. at the Yuba College Theatre, 2088 North Beale Road, Marysville. Host music faculty member Dr. Robert Mathews will introduce the Yuba College alum students who will perform for the audience during this music recital. Featured alums included David Antuzzi, guitar; Yuko Mcwhorter, guitar; Alexander Agapiades, piano; Monica Serrano, vocal; and Kelly Cunningham, vocal. Admission and parking are free (during the time of the event). For more information, call 741-6829. By Randi Love and businesses surround the location for the temporary homeless shelter that will be built at 1965 Live Oak Blvd., which concerns residents and business owners in the [email protected] SHELTER / A3 Turn to A slew of homes, assisted living facilities For The Love of Butte, a benefit concert for Camp Fire survivors, starts at 7 p.m., doors open at 6 p.m. at Ting’s Refuge Restaurant & Bar, 1501 Butte House Road, Yuba City. Admission is $25 per person or $40 per couple. Tickets available at the door, if available. For more information, email [email protected] or call 645-8244. Yuba-sutter Winter Pow Wow & Benefit for James Graham and Lucky Preston, Paradise Fire Victims from noon to 6 p.m. at the Marysville Youth and Community Center, 1830 B St., Marysville. The free event is open to the community and is an American Indian cultural/ social event with dances, vendors and food. Attendees who bring a gift card or household item for James Graham and/ or Lucky Preston will receive a raffle ticket for a prize. For more information, contact Pat Bennett at 749-6196 or [email protected] Allen Sutfin and Golden Valley Auto Body were recently named 2018 Business of the Year by the Yuba-sutter Chamber of Commerce. Sutfin, who has owned the company for 28 years, recently sold the business to retire. Business owner retiring Auto body shop recently recognized as Business of the Year collection.
Sutfin and Golden Valley Auto Body were recently recognized as the 2018 Business of the Year by the Yuba-sutter Chamber of Commerce. The award is given to a local company that exemplifies everything a successful business needs – excellent customer service, an experienced sales and marketing team, innovative products, adds to the local economy and goes above and beyond in community volunteerism.
The word most often used to describe Editor’s Note: The Appeal has been featuring short stories about winners of various awards at the January Yuba-sutter Chamber of Commerce Gala. retirement for the past 10 years, helping prepare his successor for the challenges associated with owning and operating a local business. Now, that day has come, but the long-time owner of Golden Valley Auto Body in Yuba City will be leaving with one more piece of hardware in his The Yuba-sutter Children’s Type 1 Diabetes Support and Resource Center is celebrating its 14th year helping diabetics in the community. The Bowl Over Diabetes Fundraiser will take place from 7 p.m.-9 p.m. at Nu Generation Lanes, 876 W. Onstott Road, Yuba City. Proceeds from the event will stay locally to help Type 1 and Type 2 diabetics in the community, such as free diabetes educational classes, health and nutritional resources, diabetes camp and more. For more information, visit YSCDSG, 990 Klamath Lane, Suite 1, Yuba City, or call 763-4171; or visit NU Generation Lanes & Lounge, 876 W. Onstott Road, Yuba City, or call 755-2600. By Jake Abbott [email protected] SUTFIN / A4 Turn to Allen Sutfin has been planning for A DAY IN THE LIFE OF: THE PERINATAL NURSE MANAGER Local turns nurturing sense into career Nurse manager works to help families, nurses Third Sunday – JAZZ JAM. Musicians looking for a place to jam with other like-minded players are invited to participate in the Third Sunday – JAZZ JAM. The free, Yuba Sutter Arts program is open to all instruments (except bagpipes). Participants need to read notes and know major scales. The event is at 2 p.m. at the Lee Burrows Theater, 630 E St., Marysville. For more information, call 742-2787 or visit www.yubasutterarts.org. Story and photo by Randi Love [email protected] The moment a baby takes its first breath is one that lights up her world.
Perinatal nurse manager Virginia Medina loves when she hears the “lullaby and goodnight” music play over the speakers in the Adventist Health/rideout Family Birthing Center.
Having a natural, nurturing sense for others, nursing was the logical path for her as she set her eyes on nursing after confirming it was something she wanted to do, in part thanks to For today’s calendar of events, turn to Page A2 PERINATAL / A4 Turn to APPEAL-DEMOCRAT DAILY A2 B3 B6 B6 A6 A2-A4 A2 A5 A5 B1 B5 A6 Calendar ..................... Classified ..................... Comics .......................... Crossword .................... Dear Abby ...................... Local ....................... Lottery ......................... Nation ......................... Obituaries .................... Sports ........................... Sudoku ......................... Weather ....................... 52 HIGH: LOW: 40 Vol. 168 No. 42 ●
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