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1OA Wednesday, Feb. 22, 2017 Feather River Bulletin 1 nualbiz su it WEEKLY GATHERINGS, MEETINGS AND CLUBS ed :ol' rll 2 Th---urs--da--y,--Feb.----23-- -M-o-nd-asy, 2-7- -- We-dne ay,-Marc-h-1 I ChamberTheEasternPlumaSofcommerce and sustainable,Speakerandchampi°n°fgreen, I A& n m pmmasamacoauuon®yanoo.c0m. Soroptimist Baby Bounce Story I the Far Northern California people-to-people economies. , ..d., Veterans Support Group, International of Quincy,Time, Infants 0 to 24 I Center for International Additional speakers will be , 4 p m, 4th Thurs, Portola Courthouse Annex ..... 12 - 1 p.m., Moon's months, Wed., 10 a.m., I Trade Development at announced. I ..... L- ni-oox,"Family Resource Center, Restaurant. Plumas County Quincy I Feather River College invite The one-day event runs 24" hour in" form atio' n 165 Ridge St., Portola. NA Meeting, 12 p.m., Library, 445 Jackson St. I local business owners andfrom 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. and is 880-3880. 260 County Hospital Rd.,Preschool Storytime, I community organizations to hosted by Grizzly Creek Knitting & Crochet Courthouse Annex - Stories, songs, crafts and I attend the ffffth annual Ranch and Sierra Nevada Group, 12:30 - 2 p.m., F¢iday, Feb. 24 Orchard House, Quincy. games. 10:30 a.m., [ Plumas Business Summit, on Journeys, located at 5900 I Quincy library meeting AA Meeting, 12 p.m., Rotary Club, 12 p.m., Co .mmun!ty Meeting Room, I Monday, April 24. Grizzly Road just east of ] room. All levels of 260 County Hospital Rd.,Mineral Building, Qumcy Library, 445 ] This year's theme, Portola. I expertise and experience Courthouse Annex - Fairgrounds. Call 283-2127. Jackson .St. For more .... I "Mapping our Business, Tickets purchased before I welcome. Call Lynn at Orchard House, Quincy. Boy Scout Troop 151, 1.mormanon, please can me I Where Local Meets Global," April 1 are $65 per person, 6 .......................... " will offer practical and includes breakfast and I 283-6310. 24-hour information: (877) m ...... 11 hbrary at 283-6310 I Quincy Cribbage Group, 880-3880. Scoutmaster Jan Jensen at Amemcan vaney I information relevant to lunch. After April 1, the cost 283- 09 . " " I 12:30 p.m. sharp, everyNA Meeting, 6 p.m., 22 for location Toastmasters, 12 - 1 p m, [ Thurs. Come early and 260 County Hospital Rd.,Duplicate Bridge, 6:30 every We , Plumas [ Plumas County businesses,increases to $85. [ have lunch. Round TableCourthouse Annex - v.:" m., eve--L x Mondm,y, adonm orest office,. 159 ,IcollaborationWhile providinganda venue for moreT° purchaseinformation,ticketScontactOr for [ Pizza. No dues or fees.Orchard'House, Quincy. Resource Center, Blairsden, Lawrence St., Quincy, [ networking. Keynote speaker Eastern Plumas Chamber of [ A1-Anon Meeting, AARP, 1 p.m., 4th Sat,, corner of Highways 70 & 283-0317.. [ is Kevin Danaher, co-founder Commerce at 836-6811 or [ 5:30 p.m., United Methodist Mountain View Manor 89. For more informatin,AA meeung, 12 p.m., [ of Global Exchange, TedEx - email at epcc@psln.com. [ Church, upstairs in back. community room, 116 please call Ruth Bright, at 260 County Hospital Rd., [ [ For families and friends of CircleDr. Newmembers 836-1454 or Jackie Lueky at Courthouse Annex- [ Ad gn up I alcoholics, welcome. Call Greg 836-2232. Orchard House, Quincy, I I CelebrateRecovery. Margason, 283-0686 for AAMeeting, 7p.m., 24-hour information: (877) I ult soft si -- S I 5:30 p.m., Springs of Hope more information. Methodist Church, 282 880-3880. I I Church, 59 Bell Ln., Quincy. Dinner at the Grange, 5 Jackson St., Quincy, 24-Senior lunch, Blairsden, I The Central Plumas with friends, family, and I For more information, call p.m., 4th Fri., Feather River hour information: (877) 12 p.m., Mohawk I I Pastor Daniel Hanna, Grange Hall, Quincy, until 880-3880. Community Resource I Recreation and Park District co-workers, in an I Chester Baptist Church,food is gone. Fundraiser to Center. Call 836-0446 for I has started its preseasonenvironment that promotes I (530) 394-7008. restore the building. Call reservations. I planning and sign-ups for the physical and social I Boy Scouts Troop 130, 283-2782 or 283-2930. Tuesday Feb 28 Spiritual Truth . | 2017 Adult Softball season, weU-being," said CPRPD A & ]~Iaafina 19. n m 9.Rn Exchange. Open to the I Softball league games areRecreation Supervisor Jeren I 6:30 p.m., LDS Church, " I 55 Bellamy Ln. Call Dale Rd'" ..... public. Share your I tentatively scheduled to Seib l. I Stokes, 283-3661. Saturday, Feb 25 Co t'h'ouse / n-'nex-'-'thoughts vocally or silently. I commence Monday, May 8. In addition, the Recreation Teams are currently beingDistrict is seeking I Grief Support Group, NA Meeting, 12 n ml • 2 - 3 p m, every Wed, Orchard House, Quincy, . " ." . • . " I formed during the individuals interested in 6"30 - 7"30 p m, every . wmuntam view wmnor I T- ." " .. 260 Countx 24-hour information: (877) .... I pre-season and practice :umpiring for the league. iI'wmaicmnUrs" u nCYomce, 211frame ............ Courthouse Annex - :_. 880-3880. commumty room, umcy. I period. All games will beTraining will be provided. L , urcnaru mouse, ~umcy. NA Meeting, 7 p.m., Quincy Commaunity [ played on weekday evenings Being an umpire over the I awrence St. Sponsored by AA Meetin 6 n m Methodist Church, 282 Supper, 6 p.m. every Wed., I Plumas Community "' I . 260 County Hospital Rd.,Jackson St, Quincy. United Methodist Church. I at either Gansner Park orsummer is a great way to get I ospme. . Courthouse Annex - Bible Study (King James Free. | the ball fields at Feather connected with the River College. community, make some I !ue tar wmms, 7 p m, • " Orchard House, Quincy, version), 7 - 8 p.m., Church AA, 7 p.m., Methodist I The Adult Softball League money, and have fun," added aso .i Lo:ge, Harbmon 24-hour information: (877) of Jesus Christ of Latter- Church, 282 Jackson St., I is divided into four Seibel. Anyone interested in I ' Y" 880-3880 , Day Saints, 55 Bellamy Ln., Quincy. 24-hour I divisions: men's division, becoming an umpire can I Tourism Council, 9 a.m.," ribba e Pe--er- I 4th Thurs, Moon's • - Quincy. Open to all. Bibles information: (877) 880-3880. I two co-ed divisions, and a contact the Recreation and • Keglstranon m:4 a.m., I Restaurant. All welcome. -lm begins at 11 a m available. Call (530) 953-7790 Country dance lessons, 7 for more information, p.m, Feather River Grange, I women's division. Anyone Park District. .........I Explorer Post 81, Quincy -P- very y- aL, ..... entry" me, Girl Scouts, all levels:Quincy, across from CHPI interested in forming a new New players who would [ EOlD nrmer;r]re uept.. Anton's Grille, Blairsden. Daisies, Brownies and on Hwy. 70, $3 adults, $2 I team can attend the like to get connected with a p ogram, meets • • ......... For more mformatmn, callJuniors, K - 5 gr., 5:15 p.m., college students (18 and i pre-season manager's team or individuals I .zna an(] .4.m Tnur Doug Rodrigues, 836-4254. 2nd & 4th Tues., during over). No partner required. I meeting Wednesday, March interested in forming.a new I lmormauon, can aran school year, Quincy Plumas District Hospital I 15, at the Quincy Library, at team can contact the ! Anderson, (530) 276-1503. Elementary, Cassie Cooper, Board Meeting, 4:30 p.m., / 5:30 p.m. Recreation District at I Plumas Alcohol, Tobacco -- ..... (530) 249-6165. 1st Wednesday, conference / "We would like to 283-3278 or go to 34 I and Other Drug unoay, I-eD. 2b Caregivers Support room. / encourage new players andFairground Road in Quincy. Coalition, Focused on AA Meeting, 5 p.m., Group, 1 - 3 p.m., 4th International Order of / teams from around the area Returning players for all r cco women only, 260 County educing alcohol, toba Tues., Quincy Library Rainbow Girls, 7 p.m., 1st / to come out and participate divisions can sign up and other drug problems inHospital Rd., CourthouseMeeting Room, 445 Jackson & 3rd Wednesdays, | this season. Adult softball is promptly through their team , I Plumas County 1 p.m., 4th Annex - Orchard House, St. Open to all. Call Sharon Masonic Temple. / a great way to spend timemanager. I Thurs-, Courthouse Annex, Quincy" at (530) 616-8570, lUg C H I anda fundraiser delayed I LAST WEEK'S C H U R E S TEMPERATURES LAKE LEVELS coIva Chapel Quincy Meadow Valley Community ' ] StaffMaggiewriterWells p.m.communitytO 8 p.m.,centerat the I Date High Low Precip Snow Lake Almanor *Elevation 283-4463. 1953 E. Main, Mill Creek 283-4259, 48 Cemetery Rd, Meadow I in Shopping Center, E. Quincy. Valley, office: 353 Jackson St, #100, I mwells@plumasnews.¢om Greenville. I Feb. 13 53 26 .... tCurrent 4,492.3 Quincy I The $10 a plate dinner I Feb. 14 58 25 .... ¥1 Year Ago 4,480.6 Christian Life Fellowship / As with many events includes a drawing ticket I Feb. 15 58 25 .... I Feb. 16 51 31 0.83 .- Lake Almanor **Capacity283-0345, 317 First St., E. Quincy. Our Savior Lutheran / lately, the winter stormsand a presentation about the I Feb. 17 39 38 0.30 ¢Current 1,099,520.0 283-2546. Church & High Sts., / have taken their toll on trip. There will also be an I Feb. 18 46 31 1.24 2 ¥1 Year Ago 800,680.0 Christ the King Episcopal Quincy. quincylutheran.org . I scheduling for the Ugandaauction. Fundraiser to send PlumasThose interested in 283-0254, 545 Lawrence St., | ! Feb 1944 32 0 28 -- . , . I . .' ..... '... BucKs Lake ElevadonQuincy. christthekingquincy.org Seventh-Day Adventist / County high school students learning more about the I ?r c p tation to dat: )n Fe '.b]16 69 in l'Current .,, 5, 56.3 - 310-2042 or 283-3092, 2333 Pine St. / to a village in Uganda for project are instructed to find entrepreneurial work and more information on the .... ¥1 Church of Christ Quincy. / experience. The event hasstudents' gofundme page: Total precipitation, July 1, 2016, to date: 283-1191, 152 E. Jackson St., | I T2~ Quinc Springs of Hope Christian 18 to Friday, March 3, from 6 Y' Fellowship / been rescheduled from Feb. gofundme.com/amhsiko. Church of Jesus Christ of Pete, 283-1613, or John, 927-7626, / Latter Day Saints 59 Bell Ln., Quincy. / 283-2170, 55 Bellamy Ln., Quincy. / St. John's Catholic Church | Community United Methodist 283-0890, 176 Lawrence St., Quincy. ] I c°mpiledbyR°nTrumb° 283"1740' 282 Jacks°n St" Quincy' - rh h'M, i n B "1 t. • eta "g z "ss'o cry apfs / qumcymethod st.org 283-1505, 171 Redburg Ave., Quincy. Weather Forecast for Quincy 1 Fi tBsptiat 283-1160, 74 Reese ......... / ..... " . Irutn laDemacle o! uulncy, / I/ / uulncy mcqumcy org • • . . • ..... ":.." . 260-8006, 2205 East Main St., / / Hello Trojan Community! /i I | Wednesday, Feb. 22 t Thursday, Feb. 23 Fdday, Feb. 24 / TaceDooK.com/nrslDap(is(qulncy Quincy. / I IS"nrise 6:48"Sunset 5:47 i Sunrise 6:46"Sunset 5:49 ISunrise6:45"Sunset 5:50 / / /| I hope this finds everyone well, safe and relatively dry as Wenavigate through a truly memorable winter season! //" / First' I'd like t° give a c°uple kad°s t° f°lks wh° have g°ne ab°ve /' C / / / and bey°nd t° ensure °ur students get t° have all they can experience! " /! /i / Thank you to the Quincy Rec Department along with the work by / i ,,., I / lO 5 [ChadHyink, HarlonSevier, PUSD Maintenance and the FRC /! / / - I I L.,..-..-J / I -'- --: ..... -: I /I Athletic program for their incredible teamwork in securing a new /I II '°*°ll2 ii:x k [/ I1 / backb°ard' transp°rtmg 't and getting it instaued arter it was ,i ,ore / accidentally shattered during Rec League on Saturday. Amazing l', / IChance of rain and I A 20 percent chance of [ A chance of snow, | / teamwork, care for all and diligence to ensure that all Our /i / Isn°w showers is 40%. I snow showers. Mostly I mostly cloudy, with a / : / programs continued without any significant interr .flpfion! /', h( 8: '2m. I/ ''Thanky°ut°JenniferNesbitand°uramazingstafff°rstepping ''/substituteteachers'F°rth°sewh°mayn°tkn°wthedaily /! I -- -7 ~ ~usanvil|e : 1.2 I up to help as we sometimes don't have a full complement of /' / IHigh near 37. cloudy, high near 38. high near 39. I " ~.~ g.~-'~.~k ~l~-~t |, ~:'~'" I I i i //;.,, i/ | expectations of preparing to teach multiple classes, the I: ,, 0o o. ,u II / preparati°n peri°ds teachers have are invaluable t° use f°r many |i" I ways in supporting our students. However, our staff is often asked I' II o,o I I I . 'or" II t andca edto er.e otherc,a sesontho e e iodsan tmeans II30percentchance°fednesday Night: A I ThursdayNight:A " Friday Nighl:Achance II I _ \ II I toaUandunse]fishinaspecialway. Commendations to aLlfor that| that they stfl] have to give that time On their own. Incredible care IilI I " II igiftoffime" . I! / Isn°w showers, low I slight chance of snow l of snow. Mostly cloudy, / I I / i l i ' Thank you to the kindness ofthe students who on a daily basis |i ] show why our faith in our future is so well placed. Each day I am | 3 || Saturday, Feb.25 I Sunday, Feb.26 I Monday, Feb.27 i s°impressedattheinteracti°nsandc°nversati°nsIhavethatit |' IlSunrise6:~..s..set5:5,1sunriseA:42._Sunset5:52 i su,,se 5.5 / , 2/12 10:47 .... 1 /makesitapleas eandprivileget°w°rkwitheachandeveryday" /' | One other note I d like to leave you with is about how some of our [i / / [ I _ / I !erbya M 2.g jolt. [ /[ students talk to each other that can lead to hurt feelings and other [ i II " .......... I / / we talk and interact is so important to a positive culture for all [', ........... I / [ potentialissues. Itisoftenhardertobuildupthanputdown. How [' ....... .... ,, ,, I / i others say and do, but ffwe can put the positive outcomes as the il ,,., ..,. £Su:em F I | who are here at QJSHS. I know that sometimes we react to things [', II i , p , 'e eOo'e . - i fallin by two and posting 11 events red along the Cleveland Hills fault zone [ goal and think about how we would want to be spoken to and l: / treated, that is not hard to achieve ' ' ' ' ' [ Stay safe and warm! [, l/ ..... I / I • t / I Achance ofsnow,A slight chance of snow. I Achance ofsnow show-/ || ~ptothe~smicityincreased~/Studies1975Orovillehaveshown a IIII / Mr. 0 I! / Icloudy' high near 42. Partly sunny high 42. [ ere. Mostly cloudy, with / I ~ing and draining of I / / / _("~~ ~.~ ,~: ~ [ a high near 38. / I After our years'of I / " "~.:~i~:~'~;~ ~. % / / ~ ...... I " ~L [ I ~quake registered M 2~ervoirlevels,and the I / / Upcoming Events: " |': I years heavy storms, | // 2/22 - Soccer Parent Meeting, Library, 5:30pm | / 2/24 &2/25 - Wrestling at Redding |i ' ~:. ~,, ~,~ I between Shingletown and Manton. It was resurgence of seism¢ity near the dam. Sunday Night: A / 3/1 - Boosters, Library 5:30pro /' / 3/4-3/6 - Ski Team Championships at Northstar [ / I Saturday Night: A chance of snow show- I "- "" / 3/9- Measure B Project Meeting, 5:30, Cafeteria [ I chance of snow ere. Mostly cloudy, with I Tuesday, Feb. 28 | / [showers, low 20.a low around 24. .L Sunrise 6:39--Sunset 5:54 ]