Now in its third year at Quincy Elementary School Pioneer Campus, the approach is the brainchild of special education instructor Linda Gay. Already involved with a special education program in Greenville, Gay said she waited for longtime special ed preschool instructor Carol Burney to retire. When that day arrived, Gay knew she wanted more than a special ed preschool. She wanted to try something just a little different in Plumas County. Convincing administrators that the reverse inclusion was worth offering, Gay established her new plan. Although the classroom and instructor are in Quincy, it is offered to special needs children throughout Plumas.
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There seems to be a light at the end of the pandemic tunnel as events in the LGBT community begin to start up again. So there is information to disseminate, which is what therenogaypage does. Please enjoy this issue of the paper and there will be another in late April. Therenogaypage and its predecessor, SierraVoice start the 28th year of serving the community, providing news and information to northern Nevada and the eastern Sierra. Thank you for supporting therenogaypage. Covid has caused many changes in our lives, including in the LGBT community where group activities are almost non existent. However, therenogaypage has found enough news for the community to publish an issue.
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Two men robbed Marc Oldham at a Sierra campground, beat him with a tree limb and strangled him -- in part, say prosecutors, because they thought he was gay. Many of Oldham's friends and relatives are still struggling to understand how an annual camping trip at the Bucks Lakeshore Resort in Plumas County earlier this month ended so tragically -- and whether two of the suspects are trying to get a lighter sentence by falsely claiming that they thought Oldham, an executive at a San Francisco culinary firm, was gay. If prosecutors can show Oldham was killed in a robbery, then two of the men could be subject to the death penalty. But if a jury finds that only a hate crime occurred, they could get life in prison without parole. The reason for this disparity is found in California law.
The seat of Plumas County, located in the Sierra between Lassen and Tahoe national forests, will be the site of a block party, drag shows, parade, and festival. The festivities kick off Friday, September 20, at 6 p. The parade will kick off at 1 p. Saturday, September 21, followed by a "Come One — Come All" celebration in the town's Dame Shirley Plaza at 2 with entertainment, vendors, and food trucks. The Pride event draws to a close at 9 p.