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149 Wednesday, Feb. 19, 2014 ~ulleurl, ~ecoro, vrogresstve, Kepor~er J High school senior Elita Hutchins has organized Support the Arts, a benefit concert for Plumas Arts, for her senior project The event is set for Thursday, Feb. 20, at 7 p.m. at the Town Hall Theatre in Quincy. The event will feature performances by other Quincy High School students who have crafted these acts as their own senior projects. They include Jennifer Hoffman, a singer-songwriter; Mikey FreSh, an inspirational rapper; the QHS Mini Trojans under the direction of Martha Wright; Amy Weaver; and the QHS junior high jazz band. Admission will be collected at the door. Ticket prices are recommended at the regular theatre admission cost of $8 for adults, $7 for seniors over 60, $7 for students 13 - 17 and those'with a Feather River College ASB card, and $6 fo children 12 and under. Attendees are welcome to donate more to benefit the local arts commt nity. Photography Jenny Maclas'as part of her semor project,will be available for sale in the theatre lobby for the event as well. The Quincy High School Mini Trojans perform during the 2013 Day of the Dead Festival at the Quincy courthouse. The Mini Trojans are one of several featured acts lined up for the Feb. 20 Support the Arts benefit concert, organized by QHS senior Elita Hutchins. Photo courtesy Plumas Arts SCHOLARSHIPS, from page 13B RYLA Leadership Camp, no cost Rotary is accepting applications from 11th-graders for the annual one-week RYLA Leadership Camp, Participants have fun, meet people and gain leadership skills. Applications available from high school counselor. Deadline: March 7. Caners Foundation scholarships, $500 and up Open to high school seniors planning to pursue a career in horticulture or agribusiness related to horticulture. Participation in FFA or 4-H is a plus. Applications are available from high school counselor. Deadline: March 15. Italian Catholic Federation scholarships, $400 - $1,000 Renewable scholarships open to high school seniors who are Roman Catholic and Italian or have a parent or grandparent who is a member of the Italian Catholic Federation. Minimum GPA 3.2. Apply at Deadline: March 15. Miss Northern Sierra Pageants, $1,000-plus Preliminary pageant to Miss California Teen USA/Miss California USA open to young women 14 to 26 years old. Orientation March 15 in Roseville. Contact Debra Dodge at 619-778-7051 for more information. Deadline: March 15. Plumas.Sierra Rural Electric Cooperative Scholarship, Sl,OOO Two awards open to high school seniors planning to attend cbllege or trade school; also open to current college students. Applicants must get power through PSREC or Internet with Plumas-Sierra Telecommunications or Got Sky Unlimited. Applications available from Mrs. Anumu. Deadline: March 15. UC Davis Young Scholars Summer Program Six-week summer residential/research program on the UC Davis campus open to high school juniors and seniors. Financial aid is available. Pick up brochure from high school counselor. Deadline: March 21. California State Retirees Chapter 14, $500 Open to high school seniors with a minimum GPA of 3.0 who are relatives of state or retired state employees. Based on one-page summary of life goals. Applications available from high school counselor. Deadline: March 31. California Wine Grape workshops. Costs $400 plus Youth on Course Growers scholarships, airfare; some scholarships Scholarships, amounts not $2,000 - $8,000 available. See high school specified Open to high school seniors counselor for a brochure.Thirty merit- and need-based with a parent who is a vineyard Deadline: March 31. awards available for high employee. Must be planning to school seniors with minimum attend a California community GetDirectTV scholarship, 3.0 GPA planning to enroll in college, California state $2,500 four-year college or university. university or University of Open to high school seniors Preference given to those with California school. See high and college students. Applicants an active interest in golf, but it school counselor for submit a blog entry on how is not required. Apply at application. Deadline: March 31. television has influenced their; click on post-graduate career "Scholarships." Deadline: Portuguese Historical and aspirations. Go to April 1. Cultural Society, $500 - $1,000 Deadline: April 1. Open to high school seniors of American Iris Society Portuguese descent who reside Quincy Rotary FRC Region 14, $1,000 in Northern California and Scholarship, $2,000-plus Open to high school seniors have a minimum GPA of 3.0. Open to Quincy High School or current college students Applications available from seniors planning to enroll at interested in iris activities or high school counselor. Feather River College in the pursuing a career in Deadline: March 31. fall. At the local level, the horticulture, floriculture, application will be reviewed by landscaping, nursery Quincy Rotary, which willproduction or a related field choose a candidate for the Applicants must be Northern district level Applications California residents available from high school Applications available from counselor or from the QHShigh school counselor website. Deadline: April 1. Deadline: April 6. U.S. Naval Academy Summer Seminar One-week introduction to the Naval Academy open to high school juniors. Includes academic and leadership