Pumpkins, Halloween, Thanksgiving, crisp cool evenings, longer nights, changing leaves - what's not to love about Fall? As we officially say goodbye to summer and tuck into the fall months, it's a great time to get out and support our local businesses and events.
Nellz Towne Pump Grand Re-opening
Join us in celebrating the Grand Re-opening of Nellz Towne Pump at their fantastic new building! This Saturday, October 29th. Ribbon cutting at 10:30 am with celebrations and food throughout the day. See flyer for more details.
Veterans Day Parade
Veterans Day is right around the corner! The good folks at The Spot are in planning for Greenville's traditional Veterans Parade. It will be held November 11th starting at 11 am. This year it will move along the same route as the Gold Diggers Day parade; Pine, Main, and Bush Streets.
For more information about the parade and all the other great things happening at The Spot, visit their Facebook page.
Greenville Harvest Celebration
Honor our Veterans and celebrate the Fall season on Friday, November 11 at The Spot in Downtown Greenville. Food and non-alcoholic beverages provided at no charge. Libations available to purchase at the Way Baby Bar. The celebration kicks off at 1 pm.
Riley's Jerky Grand Opening
It's happening! Riley's Jerky has risen from the ashes bigger and better than before and is preparing for their Grand Opening Celebration! On November 19th, from 11 am to 6 pm, join the community in celebrating another big win for our community and jerky lovers everywhere at 19406 Highway 89 in Greenville.
For more information, visit Riley's Facebook page.
Disaster Case Management:
First Combined Agencies Meeting
Plumas Rural Services (PRS) and Northern Valley Catholic Social Service (NVCSS) are the two agencies providing FEMA-funded Disaster Case Management services for the Dixie Fire. The agencies held their first combined meeting as a full Disaster Case Management Program (DCMP) on Thursday, September 22, 2022, at the Plumas Bank building in Greenville.
The DCMP agencies met with Tyler Pew and Lindsey Buis-Kelley to discuss the rebuild process, helping survivors move through the process, and discussing questions and concerns. In the afternoon, DCMP staff were trained on the Simple Unmet Needs process which will help survivors enrolled in case management services to access recovery funding for needs under $10,000.
Disaster Case Management services are designed to be used by any Dixie Fire survivor. It is not a social service program, but rather a program for support and advocacy as well as connection to resources.
For more information about DCMP services, call 833-775-3267.
Sierra Institute - First CLT Houses
The first Cross-laminated timber (CLT) houses started going up in Greenville recently. Modular plumbing cores (prefabricated kitchen and bathroom) were delivered and installed. If you've driven past Ayoob Alley recently, that's what those giant boxes sitting on the foundation were. CLT construction on a third house is expected to break ground in the coming week.
For more information on the CLT house project, contact Payton Narancic - Mass Timber Project Coordinator at the Sierra Institute for Community and Environment: 530-284-1022 x 1012 or email@example.com.
DFC [Re]Build - Phase 1A workshop had a great turn out by the community for resource flow mapping and identification of potential projects - Summary will be coming out in November and posted to the Dixie Fire Collaborative website along with the presentation from California College of the Arts Architecture students.
Tool Lending Library Survey
The Dixie Fire Collaborative is collecting tool requests from the community so that we might build a tool lending library. Click on the link below to take our survey. Thank you for helping us provide the tools most needed!
DFC All Community Meeting on Nov. 19th
Don't forget to mark your calendars for the 3rd Saturday of the Month DFC All Community Meeting. November 19th from 11 am to 1 pm. Hope to see you there!
🤝 Be kind, be helpful, and enjoy the season! 🍂