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4A Wednesday, April 15, 2015 Portola Reporter Plumas District Hospital has new equipment for morns-to-be -- a tub to labor in. Ginger Corona, left, Alyssa Cassol and Casey Poole, with Molly Millikin (kneeling in the tub) are four of the hospital's obstetric nurses. Photo submitted this handcrafted 14' x21" Tickets $50 each only 200 tickets will be sold Proceeds benefit C. Roy Carmichaers 5th grade 2016 Watershed Program For tickets call Michelle 530-521-3037 or Tammy at CRC 832-0211 ext. 4107 Drawing will be held June 12, 2015 Need not be present to win. Kayak made & donated by Larry Segna. Postal Service: USPS (No. 439-420.) Periodioals postage paid at Portola, CA. Published: Every Wednesday morning by Feather Publishing Co Inc. Office location and hours: 96 E Sierra (Highway 70), Portola, CA 96122. Mailing address: 96 E. Sierra (Highway 70), Portola, CA 96122. Office is open Mon. through Fri 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. How to contact us: (530) 832-4646. FAX: (530) 832-5319. 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I I I I I I I I I I I I I i Debra Moore Staff Writer dmoore@plumasnews.com Kristina Smith gave birth to her third child April 4, but it was the first time she used a labor tub. "It was phenomenal!" Kristina said during an interview April 8. "I always heard it was the midwife's epideral and it is." Roxas Alexander Smith was born to Kristina and her husband, Anthony, at 1:49 p.m. at Plumas District Hospital. He joins 6-year-old Angelina and brother Frank[e, 9. Kristina was the first patient to use the new tub, which was just acquired by the hospital. She estimates that she labored in the tub "It far exceeded my expectations and I was expecting a lot." Kristina Smith for four hours and at one time feared that she had stalled the labor process until she was out of the tub for 10 minutes and the pain of the contractions resumed full force. Kristina said she would recommend the tub to all mothers. "It far exceeded my expectations and I was expecting a lot." Obstetrics Manager Ginger Corona said the Aqua Doula labor tub is designed to be used for patients in labor who are looking for options in natural, non-medicated labor. "Tubs are shown to reduce pain and stress in labor by offering a greater ease of movement and deeper relaxation," Corona said. "The buoyancy from the cutting-edge Bruka Theatre of the Sierra, based in Reno. She has over 40 years of experience performing, directing, and participating in well over a hundred stage productions. The workshop will provide attendees traditional and innovative tools to use for MohawkCommunity~ any style of performance, whether it be on I is a service ef] the stage or in your professional life. I PLUMASRURALSER~C--'~ES ~ I " for information or private lessons I ~" P ~'~ ~,~' (775) 843-6858 James Wilson Staff Writer jwilson@plumasnews.com Is Quincy really the epicenter of the world? Feather River College seems to think so, and has the diversity to prove it. 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ENCORE and related channels and service marks are the property of Starz Entertainment, LLC. Visit enceretv.com for air dates/fimes. m Anthony Smith holds baby Roxas minutes before his first checkup with Dr. Rachel Hurlburt, far right. Mom Kristina Smith was the first expectant mother to use the hospital's new labor tub. Photo by Debra Moore water promotes more efficient contractions and improved circulation resulting in less pain for the mother." Corona said that tho tub io an excellent option for most women and urges them to discuss its use with their physician. In addition to the new equipment, the hospital welcomed two new members to its group of OB nurses -- Angle Dillingham and Molly Millikin. ir from Vietnam were talking earlier this semester about their experiences relocating to the U.S. Blanco told them that when he first came to the U.S. for college, he barely spoke English. Associating with other international students at his college's International Club really helped him learn the language and integrate into the new culture. Maybe, they thought, there are students at FRC in a similar situation. A club could help them. Blanco filed the papers to start the club, and student interest rocketed. The club decided its first project would be to hold a cultural fair. Students on campus will set up tables and represent their cultures through various ways, including song, dance, games and food. Cultures that will be represented include Hawaiian, Maidu, Scottish, Australian, English, Mexican, Brazilian and Indian. "We'll all just be mixing and learning about each other's cultures," said Prichard, also the club's advisor. "We want everyone to converse, and let people find out about the diversity here." The fair will take place April 21 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. on the lower green, near the campus library. 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