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From Page 0he/County News Wednesday, Jan. 24, 2001 dI,,1LA oneer Elementa School and ; IIl~~BB RUt, "the" test is how the Portola High School. Pioneer ~lMlidl ~iWII mea)til '== scl ()ols Elementary dropped 31 points ......... D [ ney:--F-ive" and Portola Hieh,, School Tne. t'lumas. . 5unty tioara el this year to ensure the timely ganized labor; outdoor recre- rt ' " " receive extra stayed exactly the same from SuiServlsors will conduct a spe- implementation of the bill. ation including OHV users; en- -"*" e from the_ state this 1999to2000 cial meeting Thursday, Jan This will include: a discussion ergy and mineral develop- Chester Elementary, Those schools that achieve25, in.the Mineral Building at about the intent of the bill; its merit; the commercial timber oo-l,-C.-Roy their target earn money. It was the falrgrounds, resource advisory areas; the industry; and those who hold ich.ael Elementary, supposed to be $150 per stu- . The special meeting will ad- resource advisory committee federal grazing or other per- 3r enviHeoI Elementary and dent, but the state underesti- are H AJs89--the Secure structure; and its potential mite. ..... Fr yHigh Scho?l. , , mated the number of schools R r Sc s and CommuniW members. The second area consists of: t's b use those schools which would be eligible. So, Self-Determination Act of 2000. The local advisory commit- national and regional environ- ved their target set by the this year, the schools will r_e- Often referred to as the safety tee will consist of 15 individu- mentalists; recreation groups; cewe $65 per student. state" "-' - .... - net bill, the legislation is de als, five from three different archaeologists; and represen- D " ennis signed to ensure timber re areas. " _ Swent from nine to Su_ermtendent D . - tatives of recognized wild ' rg ta' r ose T11m tm ts Williams expects the alloca- celpt payments to those coun- Supervisor Bill Dennison horse groups. school is assigned an tigris to be received in about a ties throughout the nation said he believes that represen- The third area consists of: c [I qdex month. The funds will be spent with a large percentage of fed- tatives from each of these ar- political leaders; Native Amer- at the discretion of the school eral land. L din_.g ,to D_elal_ne eas should attend the meeting ican tribes; school teachers or rin- site councils Key decisions must be made The first area consists of: or- officials; and the public. ~c n struction, At Quincy High School, it oft ear gned "to mea- means the students will deter, i O4 IPiIPi q the academic perfor-mine howthemoneyisspent. =IWBV,= B- IIIIII f will 10$( is Lass..n ,and progressol the "We want to do things that _ _ ................ the students want, so they'll my u==ve Mailer Vice President Mike Taxter, part of an overall restructur- _%sch spe,rfor- have an incentive to continue Managing Editor the company will work withing program for the corpora- ~_ Stanfor~9(the to do well on the test." GaL The JC Penney store in Su- deposed workers to find other tion whose stores are common- su s annual standardized lagher said. - , nville will close its d,oors jobs and severance benefits ly referred to as "Penneys." cho0 m ach school receives an Williams sees the incentiveon or before April 21, accord- will be paid to those who quali- Lyons said he did not know l mally, other criteria money as a way to reward stu. ing to the company, fy, how many stores would close be considered in the API: dents and teachers for succeed- JC Penney spokesman Tim The decision to close the across the U.S., Mexico and ance, graduation rates, ing on the state exam. But, he Lyons last week said the clo- Susanville store was made af- Puerto Rico, "but it won't be a am areas, and the high school exit exam looks forward to the time sure was, "a matter of their ter a careful review of store large percentage, much less tuc _ the similar school results, when more criteria are added performance not being up to performance and future strate- than 10 percent and more than d Cerns principals, so A school's API can range to e API. expectations." gic fit for the company," Tax- one percent." on e te's reliance on one from a low of 200 to a high of This creates so much focus L?cal sales and revenue are ter said. New company CEO Allen its schools. 1,000. The state has set 800 as on one test score," Williams in 'a downward trend," Lyons "It is never an easy decision Questrom, came on board last en? ober when the 2000 the goal for schools. Until said. 'And there are real prob- said from Piano, Texas. Local to close a JC Penney store, es- year and he s challenging the she _,ts were released, all schools receive an API of 800, lems with that." manager Joleen Anderson was pecially because of the impact whole company to take a hard :hat rincipals were inter- each year, they will receive a But overall, Williams was called for comment but theon our valued associates and look at our business," Lyons .., and all said that one target to edge nearer to the pleased with his schools' per- Times was immediately re- customers We look forward to said. "We're having our chal- )uu'Ii~^t a :n t. true measure ofgoal. formance, ferred backto Lyons. continuing to serve our Suo ]enges across the country. It's lndJIL~XOfthe school. Only Quincy Elementary "Our trend is definitely for- Twenty-four full and part- sanvi]]e customers through very competitive in retail." ,aa resented having to School has reached the 800 ward," Williams said "Soon, time workers w)ll lose their the JC Penney Catalog and on Questrom said problems in- raW, the test" and felt that goal, but most other Plumaswe'll have all the schools in jobs here, Lyons said, includ- the Internet." clude stores in bad locations, un- ,z,,m tied education was County Schools reached their the 700s, and then more in the ing sales people and man- The closure of the store in others in poor shape and "how target. The exceptions were Pi- 800s." Pl ced at the expense agers. According to Seniorthe Sierra Shopping Center is wemarket, in other places ................... .............. ..................... .................. ............. : .................................. ......... fidential environment to share tiler Pistol Shoot, sponsored by Quincy Senior Outreach, Veterans Hall, site, 1 p.m. For more information call 800-WLC-4093. stories and support each other Sport Shooting Assoc., Gopher Hill 274 Lawrence St., 283-0643. Meets 283-1145. Every other Sunday. NA, 6 p.m., Drop-in center, one story ,lan. 25 through change. Every Thursday, site, 6 p.m. last Fridays, 10 a.m.-noon. On alter- building behind 2-story Sierra Library, 10 a.m.-3 p.m. noon to 1:30 p.m., 591 Main St. Troop 130, 7 p.m., Church of Jesus nating months meets on 2nd Fridays Monday, Jan. 29 House, Quincy Junction Road & Bell .r, open to the public, (behind Feather River Bulletin). For Christ of Latter-day Saints. 283- at Library, 445 Jackson, 1-4 p.m. Rotary Club, Mineral Building, fair- Lane. Chfist of Latter Day more info call 283-5515. 3218. Call 283-0780. For persons age 60 grounds, noon. Women Helping Women. Quincy Lane, Quincy.Uons Club, meet at Moon's,Quincy Explorers, 7 p.m., Church and up, or their spouses, free legal NA, 7 p.m., First Baptist Church, support group. Tuesdays, 5:30 p.m., Methodist Church, Quincy, noon. For more info, call of Jesus Chnst of Latter-day Saints. assistance. Reese St., Quincy. PRS offices, 248 Main St., for more Thursday at noon. 283-5127. Call 283-3218. Boy Scouts Troop #151, 7 p.m., information call 283-5675. .---jl Ovided. N-Anon Family Group, 5:30 p.m., NA, 7 p.m., Methodist Church, Saturday, Jan. 27 Pioneer School, scoutmaster, Martin wi pPort Group. Women United Methodist Church Fellowship Quincy. Seventh Day Adventist, Bible Byme, 283-5259 (H); 283-6268 ON). Wednesday, Jan. 31 ra safe, comfortable, con- hall, Quincy. For families and friends PRS-WlC. Supplemental foods and Study, 9:30 a.m.; Worship service, AA, Graeagle Community Hall NA, 6 p.m., Drop-in center, one story of alcoholics, nutrition education for children under 11 a.m., Fellowship Hall, 2333 Pine (upstairs), 8 p.m. building behind 2-story Siera House, 5 years and pregnant/nursing St., Quincy. 283-3092. Health Clinic Plumas County Health Quincy Junction Road & Bell Lane. iiii/ i women. 10 a.m., 248 Main St., NA, 7 p.m., First Baptist Church, Department, OourthouseAnnex. For GenealogyUbrary, 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Quincy. 283-4093 or 1.600-WLC- Reese St., Quincy. more information, 283-6330. 8a.m.- and 7-9 p.m Wednesdays, open to pay Adventist Church of Christ 4093. Every Tuesday. Alcoholics Anonymous, 8p.m. noon; 1p.m.-4:30 p.m. the public, Church of Jesus Christ of L lVid Sitler. 2333 Pine 283-1191, P.O. Box 628, Quinc . Plumas County Republican Methodist Church, Jackston St., Weight Watchers. Weekly meeting LatterDaySaints, 55 Bellamy Lane, 283-3092 or 257- Sunday, 10-11 a.m. Bible Study; 11 Women regular meeting will be held upstairs in beck, Quincy. Quincy Methodist Church, basement Quincy Study, 9:30 a.m.; a.m.-12 p.m., Worship Service;6-7 every fourth Thursday. For more Bible Study Fellowship, 10 a.m. of Fellowship Hall. Weigh-in at 5 BOy Scout= Troop #151, 6:30.6 Service, 11 a.m, p.m., Bible Study. St is, Fellowship Hall.Wednesday, 7-8 p.m., Bible udy. information write to: P.O. Box 161, Mountain View Manor community p.m., meeting at 5:30 p.m.p.m., QES, scoutmaster, Martin Quincy, 95971 or call Kay Nelson, room. 283-1558. AI-Anon, noon, at Crisis Resource Byme, 283-5259 (H); 283-6288 (W). ! Missionary Baptist 283-0422. Infant Massage class. For parents Center. More info, 283-4265. TOPS (Take Off Pounds Sensibly). , JbbeVine, Pastor; 283- MesdowValley Compa=sionata Friends bereaved & pre-crawling babies, expectant 5:30 - 6p.m. weigh-in, Plumas District Hospital Clinic lobby, Valley at 171 Redburg Community Church parents support group. For anyone parents and caregivers. 9:30-10:30 Tuesday, Jan. 30 View Dr iilncy. Weekly , "-[ Pastors Terry Adkins and Curt who has lost a child, including sib- a.m., Saturdays at Therapeutic Soroptimist International of . Beeson. 283-4259. Box 60, lings and grandparents. 7 p.m., 3646 (Dunn s Coffee Shop building). No AWANA program for kids, 3 yrs to women s. La Sierra Lanes, Quincy. Lf=Jesus Christ Meadow Valley, 95956. Services Park Hill Dr., Lake Almanor. For nfo, Solutions, 230 Main St., Quincy Quincy, Methodist Church, noon. Senior, ng League, men s and Saints 9:30 a.m. Church office 353 call Denise Vaughn, 596-3 14. charge. Call Jaye Bruce, 284-7638. 6th grade. Every Tuesday 6 p.m. to Wednesday and Friday. tS'l !d Isbell. 283-2170. Jackson St, Quincy. Fourth Thursdays. Sierra Shrine No. 44, Order of the 7:45 p.m. at Meadow Valley Church. Health Clinic Plumas County Health White Shrine of Jerusalem, Masonic 283-4237 for info. Department, Courthouse Annex. For "aCrament meeting 10 FAX: 283-3860. Temple, 7:30 p.m. Fourth Saturdays Alcoholics Anonymous, Bookmore information, 283.6330. 9-11:30 )[ L e-mail: paetorta@psln.com Friday, Jan. 26 , . Study, 7 p.m., upstairs at the United a.m.; 12:30-5 p.m. D Life Fellowship Senior Bowling League, men s ano Sunday, Jan. 28 Methodist Church, Jackson Street, Library preschool story time, 317 First St., E. women's La Sierra Lanes, Quincy. NA, 7 p.m. Methodist Church, Quincy 10:30-11 a.m., for 3- to 5-year olds, Box 208, Quincy, Church at Wednesday and Friday. Jackson St., Quincy. Board of Supervisors, 10 a.m., Wednesdays. services at 10:30 Quincy 6:00 p.m. Women's Pastor Tony Lang. 283-9737. 7 p.m., the Drug and Alcohol Trap Shoot, spot, grad by Quincy Courthouse, Quincy. 10 a.m. First Toastmasters International. EWednesdays at 1:00 P.O. Box 1048, Quincy95971. Building at the Courthousetmnex..r Sport Shooting Assoc., Gopher Hill four Tuesdays ofmonth. American Valley Toastmasters of Offices upstairs above Quincy AA, noon, Crisis Resource Cente. PRS-WIC, Supplemental foods and Rumas County, noon-1 pm., United United MethodistPost Office. Services held at 2834265. nutrition education for children under Methodist Church, 282 Jackson St., Vets Hall, Lawrence Street., AA, 8 p.m., United Methodist 5 years and pregnant/nursing Fellowship Hail, Quincy, entrance in I =nnie Canwell, Tel/fax Sunday 10:30 a.m. Church, Jackson St, Quincy. Monday, Jan. 28 woman. Every Tuesday, 10 a.m. 248 back. Call Leslie at 283-3526. 282. Jackson St., AARP, Mountain Manor, 6:30 John and Peggy Schmidt Main St., Quincy. 283-4093 or 1- Bible I jdy, teen, adult and junior ?66, Quincy 95971. r,, _ ices on Sunday: pm., potluck; 7:30 p.m., meeting Tuesday, Jan. 30 choir, Graeagle Community Church, A(lult Bible discussion SL John's Catholic entertainment; Mountain View Bob and Vi Orange .,." 7 p.m. J ,2J (Youth to Jesus) Father Andrew A. Koziczuk. ManOr clubhouse, fourth Fridays. Wednesday, Jan. 31 Bible study, at Joseph and "cnool for kids of all 176 Lawrence St, 283-0890, P.O. Box 510, Quincy, 95971. Sandy and Dais Thomas Thlalday, Jan. 25 Margaret Munoz' house, 283-1608. Service. . . ,o FrankTexlera, T fanyWhitney, Kelly Sponsored by Christ the King ...... Hale, Don Penland, Elaine Ghidossi, Zackary Jor .ethodist@mail.com, Our Savior Lutheran ; " ........... Fdday, Jan. 25 P~~ ~1~1~ | '~'onrl/methodist. Pastor D avid O Is on. 283- i FIe Texiera, Nancy Gregg, Roberta 4748. Church & High Sts., Allen, Camille Leonhardt, Jackie P.O. Box 1396, Quincy, Parker, John E. Lighthill 95971. Sunday worship, Saturday, Jan. rris Wells. 10:30 a.m. John Michael Flanagan, Bill Turner, St., Quincy, 95971. John Schmidt, Louise Oelaney, Sally Williams, Del ie Williams Christ The Redeemer Sunday, Jan, 28 LII King of Indian Valley M- Debora Housan, Bobby Wood, Ginny ' Church Episcopal Church (E c;1 ^,., Nicholas, Joel Jaureguito Brian Foos, minister, 284-o Monday, Jan. 29 ?ce St:., Quincy. Meet at First Lutheran, 120 Kenny Risley, Dan Duniphin, Pat j / W_rship l O:OOa.m., Bus St., Greenville H Iy Leonhardt, TerdOuniphin a m mumon, Sundays, 9 15 I "' I=ducation 9"00 a.m. Tuesday, Jan. 30 " Marlene Barnteen, Billie Jo- Ouincv Branch Petrasunas, Lynette Vandergr'rft .muB iemw stoma 283-2350 Domestic - Import Auto. Tr.d( Mon..Sat. 8am-SPin "ff You Need It... We,ll Rnd ttl" Ed Cammack, owner = ~ q~l~'~"~ I~ 85 West Main, Qui~.i.i .~,_..._ Woodhaven Residential Care Home For The Elderly P ei 7ora secure, carefree res- seniors who can no longer safely live at home. Doreene Wood, LVN, Administrator 283-3538 Lic. #325000118 Wednesday, Jan. 31 Lou Boschee, Jerry Weston, Daniel Margason FEATHER RIVER DISPOSAL, INC. 1166 Industrial Way Quincy, CA 95971 283-2065 800-300-1046 allmoIm ~ from aulw; uons Club calendar. 1"o 3-OSO0 Episcopal Church. First and third Wednesdays. Bible study, Church of Chnst in Quincy, 7 p.m.. AA, 7 p.m., upstairs, Methodist Church, Jackson St., Quincy. Narcotics Anonymous, noon, at Crisis Resource Center. More info, 283-4265. Book=heft Reading Group. 7 p.m., last Wednesday of each month, at the Bookshelf, downtown Quincy. Mon., Tues., Wed.: 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Thursday: 12-8 p.m. Friday: 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Saturday: 10 a.m.-2 p.m.