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Feather River Bulletin Wednesday, Jan. 6, 2010 3A Winners of the Elks Hoop Shoot in Quincy are (from left) Rebkah Grammar, 10-11; Lydia Morgan, 8-9; Brady Rick, 12-13; Jacob Rick, 10-11 and Dean Pansila, 8-9. The youngsters will go on to compete at the district competition in Portola next month. Photo submitted Star shooters advance The Quincy Elks No. 1884 held its annual Hoop Shoot contest Saturday, Dec. 12, at Feather River College. The contest is the best 25 out of "25 free throws. The age groups are 8-9 years, 10-11 years and 12-13 years. The contest is open to both boys and girls. The first-place winners for the boys are 8-9 years, Dean Pansila; 10-11 years, Jacob Rick and 12-13 years, Brady Rick. The first-place winners for the girls are 8-9 years, Lydia Morgan; 10-11 years, Rebkah Grammer. These winners will compete at the Northeast District com- petition. This contest will be held Sunday, Jan. 17, at Portola High School. The first: place winners from the dis- trict contest will continue on to the state competition. The Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks has formed a partnership with the Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame in Springfield, Mass., to house the Elks "Hoop Shoot" exhibit in the new Hall of Fame The exhibit will include the Elks "Hoop Shoot" on center court and a recognition plaque in 'the new Hall of Fame; recognition of the Elks on the Donor Wall of Fame; an inspirational kiosk; recogni- tion of the national champi- ons on the electronic message board and Basketball Hall of Fame website. Subscribe, call: 530-283-0800 530-257-5321 53Q.-284-7800 530-258-3115 530-832-4646 [tjll II IIkS, iK & m READING CLUB ~ Ist-3rd~ Meets first 'Saturday of each month at 10'.30 a.m. 373 W. Main SI., in (inc T P.?/C3-BOO K (5) Mon. - Sat. 10 - 6 Sun. 124pm :r-tn:Care ,nw  Town! , ill i:il ' W.,. To M Vo.V i Monthly reimbursement rates as high as '940 , Call for rate information Compare Then jOin our team We need Foster Parents and we provide j exceptional traln!n9, support and selvtces ) Call Cathy at 530-966-6682 If you want to send a letter to the editor, please send it here: dfragnoli@plumasnews.eom Instructor: Averil Kimble ACE Certified, over 20 years of training and experience YOGA PLUS PILATES "The Best of Both" Monday nights January 4 - February 1, 2010 5:30-6:45pm $10/class or $40/all 5 classes Yoga and Pilates nicely compliment each other to give you an overall exercise program that will both strengthen and stretch your entire body in a gentle and effective manner. .. For additional info., contact: x Averil at 283-1672 Ii  ajkimblel @yahoo.comr at :"Z Yoga & Wellness Center 1690 East Main St., Quincy PAID POLITICAL ADVERTISEMENT BOB DARLING ' for SUPEI00vISOR DISTRICT 5 You need a Supervisor that has the TIME, ENERGY & ENTHUSIASM to be an effective representative for .District 5 ' PAID FOR BY THE COMMll-I-EE TO ELECT BOB DARLING To send a legal, send it here: typesetting "After attending physical therapy, 1 started to notice a change in the amount of exercise I was able to do. I was able to start doing the workouts I wanted without bad pain in my calves and shins. I am able to get out and go on longer walks and ride my bike which is very pleasing." Neesa Ludington PL PHYSICAL THERAPY ':'% Kory Felker, MPT '.:'  , entral Ave., Quincy ,W 283-2202 , Plumas Unified School adopt anew textbook Following review by a com- mittee of social studies teach- ers, Plumas Unified School District recommends the adoption of the following text- district office, 50 Church St. in Quincy, through Jan. 15, 2010. Any questions regarding this adoption may be books and ancillary materials "addressed to Kest Porter, for use in AP Government, director of curriculum serv- 'nerican GOvernment: ices, 50 Church Street, Roots & Reform" by Karen, Quincy, CA 95971, by phone O'Connor and Larry J. at 283-6500, ext. 211, or by e- Sabato, copyright 2009. mail at kporter@pcoe.kl2 To view the book, visit the Children's Vision Care & Frames Your child can see good & look good too! Call for an appointment 283-2020 Visit our website at: FRIDEN OPTOMETRY FAMILY EYE CARE CONTACT LENSES Jonathan Friden, O.D. Joshua Baer, O.D. Formerly Drs. Gilman & Gilman 68 Central Ave. Quincy 28322020 Complete vision and eye care, Optometrists and Ophthalmologists on staff, Vision and Eye examinalions, treatment of eye disease, cataract surgery, foreign body removal, threshold visual field analysis, contact lenses, glasses (large selection of inexpensive to designer eyewear), low vision aids for the visually impaired, and vision therapy for learning related vision problems. New Day Broadband introduces: "'REIll'" Illall SPEED INTERRET Start the new year with FREE installation and $29.95/month for your first 3 months. 50 % FASTER THAN DSL 1,000 rt00fE$ FASTER THAN DIAL-UP! Service now available in Quincy and East Quincy! Service not available in all areas Please call for service availability Call Toll Free: 1-877-667-2226 ew ay roadband x