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6A Wednesday, March 10, 2010 Feather River Bulletin Quincy Terrace: How Did It All Begin and How Can You Participate It began with a graveside visit... a dear friend I needed to say good-bye to. There were rocks left on his headstone, a practice I had seen in Europe but rarely here. The rock was a note left by the visitor, a marker, a symbol of remembering. I started to think about all the friends and classmates who were gone but not forgotten. What could we do to give them a place? My first idea was to write names on small stones and take some of them up to the Q on the hill behind the high school. I graduated in 1962 and got nothing but moans and groans from classmates who just knew they could not make it up and back without medical assistance. I moved my idea down to level ground, which brought me to the high school. How can you participate: Purchase an engraved brick at $60 (4"x8"), maximum of 2 lines, 16 characters per line. Purchase a paver at $120 (8"x8"), maximum of 5 lines, 16 characters per line. Purchase a stone bench at $1,500 (6'), 32 characters maximum: For more information go to : % 20Terrace/TT_mainpage.htm Or for an application: % 20Terrace/order_form.htm QHS Book Club We are pleased to announce the third quarter 2010 book se- lection for the Quincy High School Book Club. The Club is open to all students 9-12 who enjoy reading inde- pendently and would like to share their thoughts on books in a group setting. The third book selection for this year is Henry's Sisters. Each member is responsible for obtaining his or her own copy. The Club members will meet at lunch on Tuesday, March 30th in Miss Frediani's room for book discussion. Please feel free to join us in reading and in our discussion! Should you have any questions, please contact Miss Frediani at 283-6510 x 116. Thanks, Marilyn Christensen MARK YOUR CALENDAR 3/11th JV Softball at Redding 3/12th JV Baseball at Carson City; Softball tournament at Redding; Every 15 minutes 3/16th JV/Varsity Baseball @ Lassen 3/19 Music Festival at QHS 3/25th-27th QHS Drama production-Airline Christian Tae kwonc!o Joshua Allen receives martial arts instruction from Pastor Troy Stein, a sixth-degree black belt in the Christian Black Belt Academy. Based on Tae kwondo, the CBBA conducts four classes each Tuesday at Christian Life Fellowship in Quincy. More than 30 students ages 3 and up are enrolled, learning confidence and self-control in a Christian environment. Photo by Shannon Morrow 1229 Industrial Way, Quincy 283=0191 Long lasting wrinkle correction Goldclass ServSafe offered A ServSafe food safety manager's state-mandated course is being offered Satur- day, March 20, from 9 a.m. - 5 p.m., at Portola Station Bap- tist Church in Portola, in the downstairs classroom. "I came in here 6 weeks ago and could hardly move. Today I have no pain and can walk 10 minutes at a fast pace." Sue Cahill PLUMAS PHYSICAL THERAPY +"'-- Kory Felker, MPT f(4' 78 Central Ave., Quincy 283-2202 k i J,00,in Dr. Uppal for a FREE seminar featuring cosmetic proc(00,dures Friday ~ March 12 'h ~ 2:30pm Participants are entered in a drawing to win... This is an informative, educational seminar on av00,,procedur,,_ofco,m,tic pulselzght treatment chemzcal peel long term hair removal Juvederm, Botox, ARTEfill ::ii I rt)e One. The 0,@: OTOX"  Cosmetic    Call today! Find ou what   IS best for you.   (limited to 10 participants) Gift Certificate used for any cosmetic procedure Indra Uppal, M.D. 103 Fair Drive, Susanville F.A.C.O.G.F.A.C.S.C.C.D. 530-25r.7773 The class fee is $50, and participants need to bring a ServSafe "Scantron" answer sheet (available from Current books may be or- dered from the National Restaurant Association web- site, if needed. For more in- formation, individuals may contact instructor Viki Spain at 906-2176. St. Pat's at St. John's John's Catholic Church is having its tradi- tional "corned beef and cab- bage" dinner Sunday, March 14, at 5 p.m., in the church hall on Lawrence Street, in Quincy. Come and enjoy the best corned beef in Plumas County. Adults are $12 and children under 10 years are $5. Buy tickets early so you don't miss out on a great evening. For tickets and in- formation, call the rectory at 283-0890 or Sharon Thon at 283-0138. Tickets may also be pur- chased from church mem- bers. Need help REPI If it's ing we can'll find someo can. BEATTYI I1 General Bu---"----':ei:'g Contracto"rl Calif. Lic. #45:927 1 (530) 283 2035 I