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uptown boogie dance classes

“Hello Everyone,

My husband and I have been dance instructors/dancers for the past 20 years. We moved to Burney a few months back. We are very excited to share our experience, skills and joy with our new community. We will be offering classes for youth starting at 6 months all the way up through 18 years old. Right now, we are offering Baby &m Me, hip hop, tricks and jazz tech classes. As our dancers grow, we look forward to growing our class selection and variety as well. We will be located in the Burney Intermountain Community Center. We hope to meet you all soon!”

Contact Dana Soto at:


  • Uptown Boogie Facebook

Bailey Park

Community members approached our former Executive Director, Cindy Dodds and TCCN Board in 2001, to discuss the possibility of TCCN being the lead agency in establishing a community park.

Those conversations started with parents of children and young adults who were looking for a place to skateboard. The conversation expanded to families with young children who had no age-appropriate place to gather and play. Parents and teachers at Burney Elementary School requested an area that would challenge school-age children. Community meetings ensued and an exhaustive period of planning began. A community park plan was developed and agreed upon by the 300 residents who participated in the process. A (no-cost) lease agreement with Fall River Joint School District, hundreds hours of volunteer labor, and over $175,000 in grant funding and contributions brought Bailey park to life. Residents began enjoying the skate park, the toddler play area, the school-age fitness course, and a large grassy area in the summer of 2003. While the total park plan has yet to be fully realized (an amphitheater remains), what was created was much more than a park. It was an experience that demonstrated to hundreds of residents that we have the (individual and collective) power to change and improve our community.

Today, Bailey Park is run and funded by TCCN and generous volunteers. Every donation is greatly appreciated and goes towards bettering our community!

To learn more about Bailey Park/other local parks or to get involved in our Burney Parks Committee, please visit their website:

mental health services act program (mhsa)

The MHSA Program, in collaboration with Hill Country Health and Services, is overseen by our Head of Adult Services, Cori Fulk.

The purpose of this program is to support individuals with mental health challenges (that are enrolled in their Full Service Partner Program) to reduce the incidence of incarceration, homelessness and/or hospitalization.

The Behavioral Health Team at Hill Country Health and Wellness attempts to engage people in services and improve their stability by providing supports such as rental subsidy, household essentials and utility assistance.

Call Hill Country Health and Wellness at (530) 337-5750 for more information about the Full Service Partner Program

Burney Beautification 

Burney Beautification began as a subcommittee of Burney Chamber of Commerce several years ago. The goal of the volunteer group was to identify areas along Main Street that would benefit from improvement. Over the years, their work is evident and has dramatically improved the quality of life in our town.


In 2011, Tri County Community Network became the fiscal sponsor of Beautification. Our nonprofit status has allowed them to apply to grants and accept tax deductible donations. It has been our honor to provide this service.

Intermountain employment coordination program (iec)

The Intermountain Employment Program, contracted through Shasta County Health and Human Services, helps CALWORKS individuals reach sustainability through employment. 

Through this program, we are able to provide job skills training (STEPS class), case management for Supervised Job Search and placement in the Work Experience Program. These classes are overseen by our Burney Employment and Training Worker through Shasta County HHSA. 

Our Head of Adult Services, Cori Fulk, oversees the IEC program, along with many other resources, all FREE to the public.

These resources include:

-FREE printing services (fax, print, email, scan, copy) to any walk-in individuals

-A "Smart About Money & Nutrition" class, held every Thursday at 10:00 am in the upstairs classroom of the Community Center. This class will teach you new skills that will help you stretch your dollars, plan for the future and encourage you to make successful financial decisions. Each participant is eligible every 6 months for a $25 food gift card.

*This class is temporarily postponed until we receive more grant funds. Stay tuned, we hope to offer the class again very soon!

-A monthly job list of local hiring employers (This list can be found in our lobby or contact us if you'd like to emailed the latest copy)

-A monthly rental listing of local houses

-Resume building or application assistance

-An annual Job Fair with local employers and interested community members

kid fit summer program

The Kid Fit Program was created in 2005 as a community-based collaborative project. The community saw the need to increase physical activity of children and families in our region, build community and raise awareness of healthy lifestyle choices. While Kid Fit today still focuses on the importance of healthy choices, it has evolved into integrating the 5 Protective Factors from the Strengthening Model. We have found that by gathering families in a supportive, engaging and fun environment with family-friendly activities, they can build resilience and relationships. 

The funding for Kid Fit has come from many different sources throughout the years, but today, it is funded by annual grants and donations.

2020-2022, the Kid Fit Program was made possible by the Community Foundation of the North State: Burney Regional Fund. We are so appreciative!

Check out our Kid Fit Facebook Page to stay up to date on activities and events!

If you are interested in donating towards the Kid Fit Summer Program, please see the button below: