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Feather River Bulletin Wednesday, March 19, 2014 7A f Carolyn Shipp Staff Writer cshipp@plumasnews.corn Many Feather River College equine studies students will be taking a trip during spring break, but instead of lying on the beach these students will be sitting on horses. The hard-working aspiring horse trainers will be continuing their education during break. They'll be taking it from the classroom to the barns and arenas of top trainers in the performance horse industry, but in order to do so they need the community's help. The field trip is an annual event that is catered toward the school's sale horse project. Approximately 20 horses and students will be traveling to two different locations, Salinas and Paso Robles, to learn from different trainers and expose their sale horses to new environments. "It's really good for the students' education," said equine studies teacher and barn manager Crystal Anderson. "It helps with networking and helps get the horses out and exposed to new locations." Though the students are striving to provide the best product they can for their end-of-the-year horse sale, the price for the trips is high and they are asking for the community's help through a series of fundraisers. According to Anderson, all of the fundraisers are based around the community and the area's businesses. "We want to support our local businesses as well because they have helped us out a lot in the past," said Anderson. "We're a community college, so we really do want to support our town." The fn'st fundraiser will be a car wash at the Les Schwab Tire Center parking lot Feather River College equine studies students who are participating in the sale horse project pose at a clinic during the fall semester. The students will be taking a field trip during spring break and are raising funds during the next two weeks to cover some of the cost. Photo submitted March 22 from 10 a.m. to 3The next will be March 23 p.m. For $15 participants can from 7 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the have their car washed, with Courthouse Caf6. The the interior vacuumed and students will be serving wiped down. breakfast and lunch. All tips made during their seD, zce will go toward the trip. On March 25 the students will be in the kitchen at Moon's making pizza, salad and bread for all supportive patrons. There will also be musical entertainment. The last event will be at Pet County Feed-N-Tack on March 29. From 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. the students will be offering pony rides, a bake sale, hot dogs and soft drinks to attendees. Also, they will clean saddles for the public and provide roping demonstrations. All proceeds from these events will go directly to the students and their trip. For more information or ways to donate, contact Crystal Anderson at 283-0202 ext. 272. Where and when... March 22: Car wash at Les Schwab parking lot March 23: Breakfast and lunch at Courthouse C~f6 March 25: Dinner at Moon's March 29: Pony rides, saddle cleanings, food, roping at Pet Country Feed-N-Tack f Volunteers work on the concrete slab for a batting cage at Quincy High School on March 12. The project, spearheaded by Bob Hatzell, has enlisted the help of Bratty Construction, Sierra Concrete and other volunteers. All of the labor was donated and the materials were sold at cost. From left: Danny Hakit, with a new look! Hair Cut * Tanning Bed New Spring Clothing & Jewelry Body Jewelry NEW FOR YOUR NAILS! OPI Glitter Base Coat . Makes removing glitter polish easy! Sheer Tints in new colors & mini packages! Brazilian Collection Muppets Collection Donavon Bratty, Tom Vaglivielo, Bob Hatzell, Kevin Kohler and Once pop,, I PAINT SALE Cody Clayton. Not pictured: Russell Jeskey and Tony Vaglivielo. "Black Bean II Regency Interior & Exterior Photo 9~ 'uevos ... I Wonder Pro MikeBeatty w/Avocados& / m0,/io. / -.-- o AI, cR I l y" J 65 East Sierra Ave, Portola J I 283 3300 I 530-832-1252 / 557 Lawrence Street Quincy I No delivery fees,'statement fees, or hidden costs / I . z-2 Every Day ] No Games oT Gimmicks / / Just Gas, at a resonable price j k,.. "Serving Darn Good Comfort Food Since 1976" .// Ralph Lauren SpecialW Protect your property Thinning, piling and burning of private property. 6 years of WILDLAND FIRE experience! BS Biology from Humboldt State FREE consultation and Estimate Call William at 530 I Only Served 8arn to I lain ANY Item on the Breakfast Menu Alny omelette, chicken fried steak, steak & eggs and much morel *Limited time offer. Good lhrough May 31. Don't forget about our FULL lunch menu! Friday Night Prime Rib starts at 5pm. Reservations recommended. 875 E. Main, Quincy Old Base Regency a KING NEWS t