Car Club located in the Portola/Quincy area of California
Donating to Worthy Causes
SIERRA CASCADE STREET RODDERS, a nonprofit classic car club contributes funds raised by our annual Classic Car Show held in Quincy the first Saturday in June 2019 at the Plumas-Sierra County Fairgrounds.
It is important to keep our funds local in support of our community. This year our Club, at the direction of President Mike Kirk, researched the special needs of our volunteer fire departments, our local animal rescues and our schools. In fulfillment of their needs, we contributed the following:
$1200 to Meadow Valley Fire Dept for the purchase of 2 Medical Back Packs.
$1200 to Bucks Lake Fire Dept for the purchase of 2 Medical Back Packs.
$750 to Quincy Jr/Sr High School music program towards the purchase of a Bassoon instrument.
$550 to Eastern Plumas Rural Fire Dept for the purchase of a new lifting device called a “Binder Lift”.
$1500 divided up equally between PAWS, Friends of Animals in Quincy, and High Sierra Animal Rescue in Portola.
Picture number 1 is SCSR president Mike Kirk presenting Warren Grandall, Assistant Chief & Medical Responder for Meadow Valley Fire Department, a check for $1200.
Picture number 2 is SCSR member Gordon Hardgrave presenting a check for $1200 to Jeff Iverson, Chief of Bucks Lake Fire Dept.
Picture number 3 is SCSR Sec/Tres. Patty Kirk presenting a check for $750, along with Adam Alexander to music teacher Siobaan Markee towards purchase of the musical instrument.
Picture number 4 is SCSR member Shaun Pairish presenting a check for $550 to Captain Elaine Frank of Eastern Plumas Rural Fire Dept for their Binder Lift.
Picture number 5 is SCSR member Diane Skow presenting a check for $500 to Rose Buzzetta of Friends of Animals in Quincy.
Picture number 6 is SCSR Sec/Tres. Patty Kirk presenting a check for $500 to Ericka Hansen of PAWs Animal rescue in Quincy.
Picture number 7 is SCSR president, Mike Kirk presenting a check for $500 to Doug Rodriques and 3 yr. old Ricky (ready for adoption), of High Sierra Animal Rescue in Portola.