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April 24, 2018

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THANK YOU VOLUNTEERS!
Mayers Memorial Hospital District just celebrated National Volunteer Week! Established in 1974, National Volunteer Week is an opportunity to recognize and thank volunteers who lend their time, talent, voice and support to causes they care about in their hospital and community.

Their stories can serve to inspire others to find ways to take action that creates change.

MMHD and Mayers Intermountain Healthcare Foundation is deeply appreciative of all the hours and the hard work our volunteers donate to Mayers Memorial Hospital and the Hospice program, Mayers Gift Shop, and Lucky Finds Thrift and Gift.

If you are interested in becoming a volunteer, contact Barb Spalding at bspalding@mayersmemorial. com or visit supportmayersfoundation.org for more information.


Burney Lions Honor Students


By Alex Colvin
Mountain Echo Reporter

Chelsea Davis and Joel Biles were honored as April Students of the Month at the Burney Lions Club on Thursday evening April 19. Davis was named 12th grade student of the month and Biles was named 8th grade student of the month.

The students were introduced by Burney High School Principal Ray Guerrero. Lion George Whitfield presented each of the students with a check. Chelsea Davis was awarded $100, and Joel Biles received $50.

Senior Chelsea Davis has an outstanding grade point average of 4.43. She is a member of the S-Club, CSF, FNL, Leos Club, Leadership Club, and Mentoring. She also plays on the basketball and softball teams.

She enjoys reading, listening to music, watching movies and spending time with loved ones. She would like very much to go on a cruise and to travel to other countries to learn about other cultures.

After graduating from high school, Chelsea will attend Sacramento State University.

become student of the month. Thank you very much to the Lions for the wonderful dinner and program and all that they do for the community.”

Eighth-grader Joel Biles also has a 3.13 grade point average. He is involved in activities at the Word of Life Church. He enjoys playing baseball, drawing, video games and watching television. Something that he hasn’t done but would like to do is “jump off a cliff into a lake.”

In the future Joel hopes to go to college and become and engineer.

Joel’s brother Ben and grandfather David Biles attended the ceremony. His grandfather praised Joel saying, “Congratulations on a good job! I hope that you come


 

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