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School News Wednesday, Feb 21 2001 11A a fifth-grader, learns about high voltage experiments at the Thursday, Feb. fair at Quincy Elementary School. Students, parents and friends attended the !! a third-grader, believed in hands-on fun as she learned how to rub a bal- head, which created friction. Not only did the activity make her hair stand on a dial spin inside a container when the balloon was held over it. Do More Than Improve Your Performance. We Improve Your Life. At SunBridge Care & Rehabilitation for Quincy We offer Physical, Occupational and Speech Therapies. 1'o tm rov ' me manual therapy with the late t te " p e our patients function we comb" " '. Chnolo twn to amdy or caregtre thereby gical equipment. We provide instruc " fi " "" improving the transition process when going home. ! ! helps individuals in the following ways: I activities strength and endurance living skills Ways to communicate efficiently safe diet for those with swallowing impairments pain and promote wound healing therapy services provided Sharon Ham M.S.P.I~, Ther.p~ Manager w~th patient Ruth M~.L ut~ he~m "We do our best so you can do yours/" - SunBridge Rehabilitation Team For more information, call Denise Huggins at 283-2110 SunBridge Care and Rehabilitation for Quincy 50 Central Avenue Quincy 283-2110 Caring for those you care about Cody Cline, a third-grader, examines boxes of experiments at the Quincy Elementary School Science Fair. presented Arrianna Sweet, a second-grader at Quincy Elementary School, checks with an electrical conductor. Photos by Victoria Metcatf out an experiment ruary IS e Did you know you should take your child to see your dentist within six months of the eruption of the first tooth, and no later than the child's first birthday? The Portola Dental Clinic Cares for children's teeth beginning with that first tooth. Wc offer gentle dental care including complete examinations, preventive procedures such as fluoride treatments and sealants, restorative treatments and orthodontic screenings. Dr. Thomas Basora, DDS Dr. Robert Kylberg, DDS Call 832-4211 for an appointment for your children today! "Pcoph" llclping l'coph"" Acute Care Hospital " 24 Hour Emergency and Ambulance Service Skilled Nursing Facility Family Practice Internal Medicine Pediatrics General Surgery General Dentistry Gastroenterology " Orthopedi~ : Cardiology " Prenatal Care " Radiology Home Health Care " Dietetics Podiatry " Diabetic Counseling " Home Oxygen Ultnasound " Mammography " CT Scanner Medical Supplies Laboratory Services Hospital 500 First Avenue Portola, California 96122 530 832 4277 Home Health Care 181 Sierra " Portoi~, California 96122 530 832 4320 Portola Medical Clinic 480 First Avenue Portola, California 96122 530 832 4211 Graeagle Medical Clinic 7597 Highway 89 Graeagle, California 96103 530 836 1122 f