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6A Wednesday, March 14, 2001 School News I L~ Quincy Elementary School honored the following students in the month of February: Citizens of the Month First Grade Stacy Vieira and John Flani- gan. Second Grade Cody Tibbetts and Alex Lev- erett. Third Grade John Ball, Raquel Neff and Amberdon Elsken. Fourth Grade Tracy Seabolt. Fifth Grade Karl Steidel and Courtney Snaveley. Sixth Grade Nell Monroe and Andrew Rodriguez. Ik bolam of Monlh First Grade Ashley Roney and Shelby Clem. Second Grade Brandon Davis and Connor Turcotte. Third Grade Johnny Anderson and Natal- ie Ray. 1 This Friday, March 16, Swimming Awareness Night. will host guest speaker and Olympic gold medalist Matt Biondi, speaking on, "The Pow- er to Choose," at the Chester Veteran's Memorial Hall, at 7:30 p.m. Biondi, winning in freestyle, relay and butterfly, tied the record for the most medals captured by a U.S. Olympian. A decade later, Biondi and Mark Spitz still share that record. "We are very lucky to have Matt Biondi speak," said com. mittee member Darrah Hop. per. "His background, not only in the Olympics, but three time National College water polo champion with the Cal Bears, will give us a diverse perspective," Biondi competed in the Olympics in 1984, 1988 and 1992. Swimming Awareness Night kicks off the drive to fund an indoor, year-round pool in the Lake Almanor Basin. Almanor Pool Committee members will be cooking a spaghetti dinner to be served between 5-7 p.m. The speech will follow at 7:30 p.m. and there is no admission charge for the speech. The Almanor Pool Commit- tee, of the Almanor Recreation and Park District, is currently researching ways to make the pool as useful in as many ways as possible to meet the needs of the community and attendees are encouraged to come by ear- I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I L. DRIVE I I. l I I I on any I Pizza or Calzone I with coupon I Not valid with any other offer. I I 1770 East Main | (Across from Napa Auto Parts) I Quincy I mm aim I mm i ~ ~ ~ mm i mml i~ Fourth Grade Heidi Hoak, Ben Vanderhoof Homm' Roll (GPA 3.0-3.49) and Beau Murray. Fourth Grade It's that time of year again. Fifth Grade Coral Olynyk, Morgan High school seniors are scram- Jack Kuipers. Daniels, Kevin Monroe, Aman-. bling to put all of the pieces to- Sixth Grade da Watson, Aidan Tart, Beau that will enable them to Elizabeth Dembosz and Tori Murray, Rachel Davis and artful college in the fall. For Webb-Brodie. Ryan McFarland. most college-bound students Fifth Grade and their parents, the chal- Teacher's Awards Mary McCallum, Hanna lenge is in finding the money First Grade Boyd, Ricky King, Logan Bell, to pay for a qualiW education. David Kinney, Ashley Anna Lin, Ashley Stevenson, Local students may find Adams, Josh Titus and Josh Stephanie Vieira, Peggy Muir, first-rate instruction, a rela- Hanna. Breanna Ward and Chris Reta- tively low-cost education and a Second Grade lack. campus close to home in Amanda Whipple, Ryan Sixth Grade Feather River College. And, al- Kaumans, Jacob Hanck and Matt Brooks, Christina though attending FRC is very Randy Stuart. Householder, Jared Pilgrim,affordable, most families ap- Third Grade Larkyn Murphy, Neff Monroe,preciate all of the help they K.C. Wallace, Nils Holst, Daniel Ogle and Anthony Lin. can get when it comes to pay- Oliver McCallum and Anna hag for college. Plankey. Feather River College offers Fourth Grade students numerous opportuni- Emma Werstler, John Es- ties to earn scholarships. Cur- cobedo and Cow Franklin. rently, FRC is accepting appli- Fifth Grade cations for 2001-2002 Founda- David Rodriguez, Ericka tion Scholarships. The Faun- Thompson, Mickey McKinnon dation offers two separate and Katie Bickell. scholarships: the first is open Sixth Grade Sammi Pasquetti, Margaret Simmons, Frank Dot'ward and John Gould. I I ly to discuss what they envi-. sion in a pool for the Basin. Inclusive within the re- search of the committee is finding a suitable location, construction costs, and deter. mining annual maintenance costs. It is the plan of the com- mittee that the pool buildihg and maintenance be funded by contributions, grants and part. nerships within the communi- ty. Once the plan for the pool is ready to be unveiled, it will be presented in a community fo- rum. Tickets to the dinner are available from members of the fund-ralsing work group of the Almanor Pool Committee or by calling Darrah Hopper at 258-3633 or Sherrie Thrall at 258-3656. Tickets are limited and sales have been brisk, which will only allow for a few tickets to be sold at the door. Proceeds from the dinner are tax de- ductible and will be deposited with the Almanor Recreation and Park District swimming pool construction account. II Ill The Largest -Dis in Phmas, and Sierra Complete Installation K AY LOIt v IL [284-7849 M-Sat. i 4291 Nelson St. Taylorsville Since 1977 - Cost U. #681552 Gold Honor Roll (GPA 3.S er above) Fourth Grade Katrina van Rossem, Tiffany Robertson and Justin Sipe. Fifth Grade Kyle Hemsley, Jack Kuipers, Lyndsi Jaureguito, Jordan Blackford, Mallory Williams, Stephanie Neff, Jess|ca Camp, Courtney Jackson, Dylan Whitenton, Aaron Kimmel and Katy Dunn. Sixth Grade Karen Flynn, Esther Labra- do, Katie Rahmeyer, Tar| Webb-Brodie, Elizabeth Dem- bosz, Alexis Fuller, Allen Gruner, Valentina Holt, Coral Rudholm, Muir Mort|son, Eri- ka Samuel, Jace Howard, Max Plankey, Mark Shulman, Jack- ie Vasilas and Amy Robertson. Plumas-Sierra REC has some tips to help you "button-up" those energy leaks and put money back in your pocket[ Block openings at bottom of doors to prevent drafts. Plug air leaks in basement, attic and fireplace. install storm windows or clear polyurethane plastic over single-pane glass. You can re- duce heat loss by 50%, and lower your heating bills by 10%. Use curtains and shades effi- ciently. Open shades during warm sunny days to let the heat in, and close them again at night. Seal leaks in pipes and ducts. Leaking faucets should be re- paired promptly, especially hot water pipes. Insulate hot water pipes. Locate washer near water heater to minimize heat loss through pipes. Install an insulation "blanket" around your water heater if you have an inadequately insulated model. Always follow manufacturers recommendations and safety instructions before installing a "blanket." PLUMAS-SIERRA REC Eifl;tfIglttJ * ~@llHiit@ TV |OlernlH -- |53ol 8324261 to any high school student eli- The deadline for gible for graduation this year, Foundation and the second is specifically cation is May 14. designated for Plumas County High School seniors. Foundation The Foundation scholarship should contact their is awarded to one student school career based on scholastic achieve- FRC's Darlene ment, community involve- 283-0202, ext. 233. ment, school activities, and a FRC offers several one-page essay. The award for al scholarship oppo both scholarships is $1000, including Board payable each semester for two Classified Senate, years in the amount of $250 per Work Experience semester. Faculty Union, The Plumas County High Tusch Memorial School Scholarship is awarded The to several local high school so has information students, based on the same eral other local, criteria. The scholarship is re- national scholarship nowable for the second year ff nities. For more the student maintains 12 or about these more credits with a GPA of 3.0 other types of or above. This is a wonderful contact FRC's opportunity for local students rice at 283-0202 ext. 218. to earn extra money for col- lege. ~:: F : tliilll till lilt lit I llilllt~ s,u- mmm v.tl~d ~1~ trnx~,t calx| ~arhl I ?,tr~wtth c t~mmtrrr~m r~pu.*'rd Plus, FREE basic Professional Installation. Get a second receiver FREE with the purchase of a DISH Network ~tellite "IV system. Customers wil be charged a $4 99 montt~ ~0mmmi~j foe for the additional rocevoc Mm.- SId. !~i * S*m. I-4 Sales * Servi~ * Supplies ToIHrm 1-1100-219-9315 Quincy Jr./Sr. High School - Tobacco FreeJSober Grad - It's time again to begin planning for our Senior's special all-night graduation party. As Quincy High School is an extension of your family, we are encouraging the parents of all four high school classes to participate in the planning of this SAFE occasion for the class of 2001. There will be three meetings to take place in the Quincy High School cafeteria: Monday, March 12, 2001, at 6:00 pro; Monday, March 19, 2001, at 6:00 pm; and Monday, March 26, 2001, at 6:00 pro. Please mark these dates on your calendars, and plan to attend one of the meetings. The Senior parents will be responsible for obtaining either gifts or monetary donations for the graduat- ing seniors, to be presented, at the all-night grad pony. The Junior students and parents will choose the theme, decorate, provide/arrange for the food, and from a clean-up committee. The Sophomore and Freshman parents will chaperone the party, and assist with decorations and clean-up. Each year, as parents participate in the planning of this wonderful event, they gain knowledge and appre- ciation toward the graduation of their own students. Working together will ensure not only a SAFE and memorable time for our seniors, but a positive experience for everyone involved! Should you have any questions, please contact Paul Davis or Craig Rude, at 283- I 100 (Man. - Fri. 8-5). River College {.q30} 2 '2.0202, 214 Spreadsheet/Computerized Accounting Learn spreadsheet and computerized acccounting for a variety of business and personal uses. Lessons include software fundamentals, worksheet layout and planning, and computer accounting simulations. Excel and Quickbooks are covered. Class meets Wednesdays, 3/21-5/23/01, 5-7 p.m. (1 unit). RegL~ter by March 23. Conversational Spanish Whether you work in an industry with Spanish-speaking employees or customers, are planning a trip out of the country, or just want to improve your language skills, this class is for you! You'll develop basic Spanish conversational skills that are useful in a vadety of situations. Class meets Tuesdays, 3/22-5/24/01, 6:30-8:30 p.m. (1 unit). Register by Hard1 23. t~a~i mq n xt m~ ~m t~" ~ Voted -Outstanding" by thousandsl