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Feather River Bulletin Wednesday, March 31, 2010 3A Big check Larry Trotter, from the Three Rivers/Quincy Chapter of the American Red Cross, accepts a big check from the Quincy High School Service Club and leadership class. When Austin Hagwood saw the devastation in Haiti after the earthquake, he came to the S Club with a feeling members should do something to help. The students decided to raise money for the In- ternational Red Cross" Haitian relief efforts. They placed donation cans in local businesses. In addition, Mike and Karen Kibble of Quincy Drug donated $200, and there were two anonymous donations amounting to $150. Finally, at the Quin- cy-Portola basketball game, students competed in a "change challenge," with the change collected amounting to another $400. In all, S Club and leadership class students collected $2,007.16 to help the people of Haiti. Photo by Linda Satchwell Hoop shoot # Wl n FICr The Quincy Elks 1884 hon- ored its Hoop Shoot winners with a chicken dinner, Wednesday, March 24. Only one of the winners was able to attend. Jacob Rick was the 10 -11 year old boys win- ner. His mother and little brother accompanied him to the dinner. There were also representatives from Plumas CASA; Ann Krinsky, program manager, and Joelle Breazier gave the Elks and their Ladies an overview of the CASA program. Photo submitted Jmet! & friends "When I started physical therapy I was very stiff. Now I'm doing things very easy. Resistance has improved very much." Donna Patterson 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 Wbitehawk 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 PLUMAS PHYSICAL THERAPY 'r" -,';-"" '' Kory Felker, MPT {k,, ,/') 78 Central Ave., Quincy 283-2202 Principal's Message I was on the playground recently, holding out the box of balls and jump ropes as kids selected items and bounded for open space. When the last ball was gone, the boy and girl standing to either side of me took their jump ropes and, as they turned to play, realized that they each had opposite ends of the last rope. Both were certain that they had the rope first. I told them that when they both agreed on who should have the rope, I would be happy to hand it over. The girl looked at me, then turned to the boy, took a big breath, and exclaimed to him, not too tactfully, "We never agree on anything." She wasn't mad; she was just stating the fact. They started working and came running up to me several times, then went back to negotiating. Those two took four- teen of their fifteen minutes, and finally reached resolu- tion. I am hopeful that they enjoyed that final minute of re- cess, but even more hopeful that they have become better at solving problems. Sincerely, Shepard Kest Porter, Principal A Word from the Secretary Anyone who visits our school needs to sign in at the office and get a visitor's badge. We are fortunate to have so many wonderful volunteers at Pioneer. However, it is hard for the staff to know everyone and this will help us identify you. We greatly appreciate your help with this. Thank you, Jennifer McCohn, Secretary Calendar of Events Apt i K-2....Pioneer Open House, 6:00-7:00 Apr I 3-6....Quincy El. Open House, 7:15-8:15 Apr 5-9 K-12..Spring Break - No School Apr 12 K-6....PCO at PIO, 3:15 Apr 13 K-12..Board Meeting at GES, 4:45 Apr 16 K-12..Meeting with District Admin.: Share your ideas & concerns, 5:00 Apr 16 K-2 Sounds Your Body Makes Assembly at QES, 9:00-9:50 LIFE IS FUN WHEN YOU CAN SEE EVERYTHING. Please call for a vision and eye examination. 283-2020 .,,.!'FRIDEN OPTOMETRY  FAMmY EYE CARE = CONTACT LENSES ......... Jonathan Friden, O.D. * Joshua Baer, O.D. Formerly Drs. Gilman & Gilman 68 Central Ave. Quincy 283-2020 Complete vision and eye care, Optometrists and Ophthalmologists on staff, Vision and Eye examinations, treatment of eye disease, cataract surgery, foreign body removal, threshold visual field analysis, contact lenses, glasses (large selection of inexpensive to designer eyewear), low vision aids for the visually impaired, and vision thera for learning related vision problems. Marck Winda, April Sower, Brin E Fo Maq Fowera = Coolln! 5yetcm IneFccion "011 & filter chanoc & Lub- upt5 q. ofoa "519 Foin. Mainnanc Ch6k = FIEE Drake Check (wou  pulO "Check A/C OFERATION (=u=pr) " EXCEFTIONAL Cuomcr 5rAc (A $100.00 Value) For onlY 3e qS +t=x, hszrnnr.,. Mr. O A Te c eranlr00 Z83-1q3s@ 213 Danny C;., EaI; Qulny offex Explrn 5/1/10 AIII 1:o rnct; cam and li rucke