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IOA Wednesday, March 18, 2015 Feather River Bulletin mmm ann ptimists hold ual event March 28 The annual Soroptimist be found. One egg for each Easter egg hunt is scheduled age category will hold a for this Saturday, March 28, golden ticket, which wins the at the Plumas.Sierra County finder an Easter basket filled Fairgrounds. with treats. The event gets underway at Following are the age 10 a.m. as photographer categories and their start Kimberly Carroll of Just times: Imagine Photography takes Up to age 2:11 a.m. pictures of children with the Ages 3 and 4:11:10 a.m. Easter bunny. Photos are $5. Ages 5 and 6:11:20 a.m. Then it's on to the hunt. Ages 7 and 8:11:30 a.m. Eggs filled with candy and Children who return their small toys will be scattered plastic eggs at the end of the about the grounds waiting to event receive a prize. Children rush to find treat-filled plastic eggs during a past Soroptimist Easter egg hunt. This year's event is scheduled for Saturday, March 28, at the fairgrounds. File photo m rig among in the James Wilson and demonstrating qualities Matsumoto is also the Staff Writer of leadership and treasurer for FRC's chapter jwilson@plumasnews.corn commitment to community, of Phi Theta Kappa. Wright, a graduate of Matsumoto is on track to The first major success Quincy High School, has a graduate with an Associate story from the recently 3.8 GPA at the college, in Science transfer degree resurrected Phi Theta In addition to being a in business, then transfer to Kappa academic honor full-time student at FRC, Chico State University to society at Feather River Wright holds two jobs --a pursue a bachelor's degree College came last week part-time job on campus and in business administration. when two FRC students a part-time job as a waitress "His work ethic is were selected for the at Express Coffee Shop in phenomenal," Desmond said All-California Academic East Quincy. of Matsumoto. Team. "It's amazing to me that The two pIan to make a The Community College she's doing all this and trip April 7 to the Sheraton League of California holding down two jobs," Grand Hotel in Sacramento selected Kristin Wright and Desmond said. for a ceremony to honor Naoki Matsumoto for the Wright is on track to earnthose selected. honor bestowed to only 100 an Associate in Arts "They are great role students in the state, transfer degree from the models when it comes to "Their motivation and college, self-advocacy and drive are going to take them Matsumoto is an organization," Desmond places," said the society's international student fromsaid. "The college was proud advisor, Katie Desmond, of Japan who came to FRC for to sponsor their the two recipients, academic reasons, applications and is proud Qualifications for He has a 3.88 GPA and was that they will be selection included being a heavily involved with the representing FRC." member of the honor society college's Enactus club. Feather River College students Kristin Wright and Naoki Matsumoto get together after being selected to the All-California Academic Team. Both students were selected due to their membership in the college's academic honor society Phi Theta Kappa. Photo by Carlie McCarthy ---.- Compare gig Man Chairs- - from In Stockl/ NO INTEREST WITH |1" open? ., Find up-to-the-minute weather forecast and road conditions at |