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Feather River Bulletin Wednesday, March 25, 2009 7A 0 O 0 Under the musical direction of Eliza Hardee, students of the Plumes Christian School March 6 performed a patriotic musical, "Amerikids," a faith-based production of America's begin- nings. Band members performed a medley of patriotic American songs including the nation's anthem, "America the Beautiful," but the highlight of the evening was the Amerikids Con- vention, a musical lesson in government sung with enthusiasm by each state delegate and accompanied with words of Christian faith quoted from the country's prominent historical figures including Benjamin Franklin and Abraham Lincoln. Photo by Traci Bue 1 Free * From child's menu only. child's meal per family or Ages up to 10 yrs. group. Every Friday receive s2 off any dinner entree for all seniors - 5pm-Closing Offer Hours: Tues - Sat 7am - 9pm Sun & Mon 7am-2pm good thru March 31 2061 E. Main St. 1947 Lee Road iritu I. P Traci Bue Hannah Rothlin, a graduateweek class on the basic prin- Staff Writer of the Hohnes Institute in Los ciples of the Science of Mind tbue@plumasnews.com Angeles and a licensed Reli- philosophy, meditation and gious Science Practitionerprayer, and how to incorpo- The Center for Spiritual from the Center for Spiritual rate those spiritual practices Living in Quincy is a non- Living in Santa Rosa. into daily life. The center of- denominational fellowship~ Rothlin said the center was fers more in-depth study honoring all religions, born from a need for spiritual work toward becoming a li- based on the teachings of diversity she perceived in the censed practitioner, and a Ernest Holmes (1887-1960), community after living inMaster's program for those founder of Science of Mind Quincy for six years, interested in becoming an or-. philosophy. Her instincts were con- dained minister of Religious As a teacher of Religious firmed when 50 people Science. Science, Holmes believed that showed up at the first meet- .Rothlin said the center's vi- man is an individual expres- ing. Interest in the center sion is to find a permanent sion of god or the universal and its "global heart" vision home large enough to accom- spirit, remains strong. What started modate the center's growth Science of Mind philosophy as a twice a month gathering and spiritual services and teaches that through partner- has evolved into service provide a kitchen and admin- ship with the universal spirit every Sunday. Each week at istrative space. The center and the conscious application 10 a.m. the center holds a 20- currently holds service at the of the principles of cause and minute meditation period,Grange Hall in Quincy. effect, one can determine the spiritual service with music For more information on conditions in one's life. and song, and a program for the Center for Spiritual Liv, Founder and senior minis- children, ing, call 9.83-0997 or visit the ter for the center is Reverend Rothlin also teaches a 10- Web site at cslquiney.org. $ (1 toppino) l lx8"-8' W.R. Cedar S 1S2E Square Top #2 and better s3.25 each #3 common s2.50 each (limited quantities) Great for fences and raised planters! me & r arrwm Open: / Monday-SaturdaY9:00 - 5:00 5aturaa open a arettee St. any topping Pizza Join our Family Stimulus Plan and eat great food for less I Have it delivered, eat it here, or take it home - same great value/ Come watch the 9ames on our NEW HD large screen TV! (across from the courthouse)