Steve Bryan said that last week they delivered 120 packages of commodities through the Dunsmuir Community Resource Center. He encourages anyone who is in need to contact the Resource Center at (530) 235-4400.

Representatives from the Dunsmuir schools, Rotary, Siskiyou Community Resource Collaborative and Dunsmuir Library that make up the Dunsmuir Community Care Team met last Wednesday to discuss resources and plans during the pandemic.

Steve Bryan said that last week they delivered 120 packages of commodities through the Dunsmuir Community Resource Center. He encourages anyone who is in need to contact the Resource Center at (530) 235-4400.

There is a new online class for people over 40 through the Resource Center called, “Living Long and Well – A Guide for Successful Aging. The class will be held Mondays, on June 1, 8, and the 15 from 1 to 3 p.m. via Zoom. Call the Dunsmuir Community Resource Center for the link to the class. It offers some tools for senior nutrition, exercise, legal services, improved quality of life and more.

Dunsmuir Community Funding Program has been extended to May 25. Applications can be found at the Dunsmuir City Hall website.

June 1, the Dunsmuir library will start curbside pickup for library books and tapes. Dunsmuir Library Manager Karen O’Quinn explained those who would like to participate should go online to Siskiyou County Library Catalogue (at co.siskiyou.ca.us) to put items on hold, then call the library at (530) 235-2035 to arrange pickup date and time. Books can be returned in the book drop box.

Only 50.7% of California has responded to the 2020 Census. Only 45.1% of Siskiyou County has responded, and 46.6% of Dunsmuir residents.

Call (844) 330-2020 or go to 2020census.gov. They are also still currently recruiting for part time surveyors.