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Feather River Bulletin Wednesday, Feb. 1, 2012 3A (Junior) f00igh note Band holds fundraiser Quincy High School's music department is hav- ing a fundraising dinner, Noodles and Notes, at Pangaea Cafe and Pub in Quincy March 10. QHS music supporters may choose one of three dinner seatings: 5, 6:15 and 7:15 p.m. Approxi- mately 70 tickets are available per seating. Event entertainment will feature jazz music performed by high school musicians. All proceeds go to the music department. Beer and wine will be avail- able for purchase sepa- rately. Tickets, $20, include dinner and music and will be available at Pan- gaea and Quincy Natural Foods beginning Feb. 6. Four junior high band students and two junior high choir students audition for the Northern California regional honor band and Choir. From left: Ava Hagwood, Kira Mouser, Gracie Taylor-Mays, Ethan Boyd and Breeann Taylor-Mays traveled to Chico Friday, Jan. 13, for rehearsals that culminated in a concert performance for friends and family. Photo courtesy Sharrill Irons Finals, donkey basketball on tap at QHS Luis Rubaicava-Cunan ASB Representative Finals have now passed the horizon and are speedily galloping toward the school. It is not all bad though. After a needed respite from school in the form of winter break, students feel refreshed and ready for final exams. For many seniors, finals signify the end of the first se- mester and the home stretch toward graduation. For everyone, finals act as a dis- play cabinet for what stu- dents have learned through- out the year. In sports, basketball is un- der way with the men's var- sity team. conquering the Tiger Classic, and ski team being very disappointed with weather conditions. Quincy experienced the driest December since 1882 and the ski slopes reflect it, Most resorts have less than half of their runs open. However, the men's ski team nabbed a first place ,ic- tory in an extremely difficult race at Alpine Meadows Jan. 10. Hoopla is coming up; men's basketball will be playing Hamilton. Hoop.la will take place Feb. 10. Stu- dents will be rewarded for at- Open Gym closed by PUSD fee policy The very popular Saturday Night Open Gym program at Quincy High School, which has been serving youth for more than 20 years, has been cancelled for the 2012 season. The program cancellation was necessitated by a new fa- cility access fee policy initi- ated by the Plumas Unified School District. The well-su- pervised program, free of drugs, alcohol and tobacco, which was administered by the Central Plumas Recre- ation and Park District, served local junior high and high school aged youth. The Open Gym program proved to be a safe alterna- tive to youth simply "hang- ing out" and possibly getting into mischief on Saturday nights during the cold and dark winter months. "We regret that we are no longer able to serve' our youth through this program, but, unfortunately, the new fees proved to be too costly for us to continue," said recreation and park district general manager .Jim Boland. C Give her joy Give her sparkle on Valentine's Day! Our jewelry selection makes giving EASY! /dy Sisters Closet "Gently Used Clothing for Women" 367 Main St., Quincy • 283-1779 tendance. QHS encourages communi- ty attendance and looks for- ward to cheering on an im- pressive display of QHS tal- ent. Donkey Basketball, the largest of the QHS fundrais- ers, is Feb. 29. Community clubs and agencies including the volunteer fire depart- ment, CHP and the sheriffs department are among those rumored to be competing in this hilarious event. If your club or agency is in- terested in riding donkeys and shooting hoops, contact Koby Barker or Terri Redkey at Quincy High School, 283-6510. Library sale booked Quincy Friends of the Li- brary will hold a used book sale Feb. 2 - 4. Thursday, Feb. 2, from 4 to 7 p.m., the sale will be open to mem- bers only. Members will have the first chance to pre- View the great books for sale at minuscule prices. Those not already members are welcome to join the group Thursday. On Friday, Feb. 3, from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., and Satur- day, Feb. 4, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., the sale will be open to the public. Children's books are free. The Friends uses mem- bership and book sale funds for best sellers, audio books, children's programs and support for the garden renovation. For more information, call Mary McMonegal at 283-2575. i ::::i :. =  i ',:   "  ..... • and sv much rne is iust '41!is: CL CK AWAY ) "7  ...... or We're here to help with REPLACING • - or REPAIRING: • DOORS • TRIM • WINDOWS • PLUMBING • ROOFING • ELECTRICAL If it's something we can't fix, we'll find somebody who can. I CONSTRUCTION SINCE 1984 General Building Contractor Calif. Lic. #453927 (530) 283-2035 Richard K. Stockton, • CLU ChFC, Agent Insurance Lic. #01368653 Providing Insurance & Financial Services 65 W. Main St., Quincy, CA 95971 (530) 283-0565 Fax (530) 283-5143 www.richardstockton.us WE LIVE WHERE YOU LIVE Whether you need a question answered, a problem solved or a claim reported, my job is to make it happen. Like a good neighbor, State Farm is thereP CALL FOR A QUOTE 24/7. 00StateFarm New Years may have come and gone, but ... it's not too late to make yourNew Year's resolution to "Focus on Eye Health " Exams • Lenses • Frames * Contacts • Sunglasses Make an appointment today. Open Monday - Friday 8arn-5pm Most insurance accepted. New patients welcome. www.fridenoptometry.com ;:11 FRIDEN OPTOMETRY Jonathan Friden, O.D. 68 Central Ave. ° Quincy • 283-2020 Complete vision and eye care, Optometrists and Ophthalmologists on staff, Vision and Eye examinations, treatment of eye disease, cahract surgery, foreign body removal, threshold visual field analysis, contact lenses, glasses (large selection of inexpensive to designer eye,'ear), low vision aids for the visually impaired, and vision therapy for learning related visiot protms: .......... € [ I III , I J 4 QUINCY LITTLE LEAGUE Thursday, Feb. 2 (in the Quincy High School Library) Wednesday, Feb. 8 (in the Quincy High School Cafeteria) 5:30- 7prn *50 per player • '125 maximum per family All prospective players MUST bring their birth certificate and a parent MUST be present to register Tri-tip BBQ Fundraiser s20 Pre-order by Friday, Feb. 3rd SUPER BOWL SUNDAY, FEB. 5 Pick up at SavMor 12-2pm For more information, contact Michelle Morrison 283-3322 or Debbie Blomquist 283-9965 1