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2A Wednesday, March 17, 2010 Feather River Bulletin Well spoken "The Four-Way Test -- Living a Life that Matters" was the topic of this year's Rotary Club speech contest. The contestants shaped this standard, which Rotarians everywhere use to measure the things they think, to their five- to seven-minute talk. First place went to Luis Rubalcava-Cunan, a sophomore at Quincy High and last year's second-place winner, His thoughtful presentation earned him a check for $100 from the Quincy service club along with a chance to compete at the regional level later this month in Portola. That winner advances to the district-wide competition in May at the Grand Sierra Resort in Reno. John Flanigan, a junior at Quincy High, placed second, taking home $75 for his efforts. Club president Rick Foster said he was inspired by the depth of their speeches and was certain the judges had a difficult time picking a winner this year. He added that either would do well representing Quincy in the upcoming competition. Photo by Mike Taborski PAID POLITICAL ADVERTISEMENT Elect Jon Kennedy Supervisor District 5 Plumas County Native Bank Manager Former Firefighter Certified Mediator Coach Husband Dad , ' Friend .... SEASONED LEADERSHIP AND JUDGEMENT FOR PLUMAS COUNTY JoBs SAFETY * EDUCATION * SENSIBLE LAND USE District 5 includes: Maybe * Clio Whitehawk * Graeagle Blairsden Plumas Pines * Sloat Cromberg Greenhorn Spring Garden La Porte East Quincy Mail: P.O. Box 147 Graeagle, CA 96103 Phone: 530-836-2518 PAID FOR BY THE COMMITTEE TO ELECT JON KENNEDY SUPERVISOR DISTRICT 5, 2010 T LOSS High school senior spotlight Katheryne Drybread's senior project was training a wild mustang. She picked up the horse Aug. 5 and worked with her mentor, James Miller, who trains mustangs for a living and helps others train them. During training, Drybread had to figure out how she wanted the horse trained. With her mentor, she decided she wanted a trustworthy horse she could eventually get on at the end of the project. Drybread concentrated on four main things: softing, haltering, saddling, and getting on him. All kinds of ropes, brushes, saddles, saddle pads, halters and farrier tools were involved in the training. Drybread had to desensitize her horse to all kinds of objects, but completed her project at the beginning of February by sitting on and riding him. Photo submitted KRETH HANDYMEN BUILD IT, FIX IT, REMODEL IT We Care About You! No lob Too Big or Too Small Steve Kreth ] Insured CA License #907193 Bus: 530-836-0870 " ! Cell: 249-3126.," " , , I S, Luare Dance Open House and Fundraiser A fun way to be active, dance, and help Kathy Culhane who lost everything in a recent house fire Community United Methodist Church 282 Jackson Str., Quincy 283-1740 Saturday, March 27 * 7 - 9pro All are welcomel All Ages * Beginners Singles Couples Cost: $5 ea * Refreshments will be served Casual Dress * Jim Marwin: Caller Senior RVers The North Sam Singles, a chapter of the Good Sam Club, is looking for single se- nior men and women who have a recreational vehicle and are interested in camping with other senior singles. The NSS meets once a month for a three-day wekd .... ,: The next outipf the chap- ter will be MaTch 25 - 27 in Orland at the Glen County Fairgrounds to celebrate its 22nd year as a chapter. A corned beef dinner is planned for Friday evening, March 26. Singles who have a self-con- tained vehicle are welcome and encouraged to join the group. Electric and water hookups will be available. For more information call either Bonnie Norton, 283- 2706, or Gaye Porter, 283-0777. Early morning & evening appointments available All appointments seen promptly Accept all insurance Friendly and knowledgeable staff PLUM/ PHYSICAL THERAPY Kory Fclkcr, MPT 78 Central Ave., Quincy 283-2202 Now has a new phone number!', 530-832-,'!;970 Call Leah for an appt. Walk-in's are welcome Open Mon-Fri 73417 Hwy 7O Need help REP CONSTRUCTION mNCE 19114 m General Building Contractor Calif. Lic. #453927 (530) 283-2035