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Feather River Bulletin Wednesday, March 31, 2010 5A Kids' concert packs the house Thanks to coordination by the staff at Plumas Rural Ser- vices Child Care Resource and Referral, more than 240 people attended a sold-out performance at the Town Hall Theatre in Quincy last week- end. Rumor has it there were an additional 69 people on the waiting list. Plumas Rural Services wanted to bring some excite- ment to Plumas County fami- lies, something that would be entertaining, educational and free. They did that in a big way by hosting the concert with Greg & Steve. With more than 3 million recordings sold to date, Greg & Steve are the number-one selling children's music duo in the country. Their motto is "Educate, Motivate, Enrich, and Entertain." Parents, children, grand- parents, teachers and child care providers all sang their hearts out and "moved to the groove" while learning fun ways to teach basic concepts like colorsl numbers, mak- ing friends, and cooperation. No one left the concert with- out a catchy little tune in their heads and a smile on their faces. Plumas Rural Services Child Care Resource and Re- ferral has provided family and childcare provider sup- port services to Plumas Coun- ty for more than 20 years. Whether it is assistance with paying for childcare costs, looking for a qualified child- care provider, an interest in starting a home-based child- care business or questions about child development, its staff is able to help. All child- care referrals and staff assis- tance is free of charge. For more information on the services available, contact Child Care Resource and Re- ferral Coordinator Anne Niel- son, at 283-4453, ext. 24. Soroptimists to host youth forum "Same Gender Schools: Pros & Cons" is the theme of this year's youth forum sponsored by Soroptimist International of Quincy. The forum will be held Tuesday, April 20, at Quin- cy High School from 520 to 9p.m. Local schools will receive registration forms for stu- dent participants. Registra- tions are due to Soroptimist by Friday, April 16. Contact information is on the regis- tration form. Dinner will be served and is free to participating students. After dinner, Sally Donovan will speak on the topic, giving stu- dents food for thought for the evening's small-group discussions. Students will be judged on their comprehension of the subject, creative thinking, listening skills and positive participation. Soroptimist and community members will facilitate the groups. Cash prizes will be awarded to three students. This year, an award will also be given to the out- standing team. Each stu- dent receives a certificate of participation. The youth forum was cre- ated to give students the op- portunity to develop leader- ship and communication skills in discussing contem- porary issues with their peers. For more information, contact Soroptimist member Joyce Scroggs at 283-0795. Greg and Steve played their Jumpin' & Jammin' concert to a packed house of youngsters Saturday, March 27, at the Town Hall Theatre. Plumas Rural Services brought the number-one selling children's act to Quincy. They had kids literally dancing in the aisles -- not just dancing, but jumping, jiving, twisting and shouting. Photo by Delaine Fragnoli :::'i#: . .., .:f:i!i::::#i::ilii!!!'iliiZ Early morning & evening appointments available All appointments seen promptly Accept all insurance Friendly and knowledgeable staff PLUMAS PHYSICAL THERAPY Kory Felker, MPT 78 Central Ave., Quincy 283-2202 DICK LUNDY FOR SUPERVISOR, DISTRICT 5 "A Strong Conservative Voice for Plumas County" THURSDAY, APRIL 1, 2010 4:30 PM TO 6:30 PM AT QUINCY ELKS, EAST QUINCY Need help REPI ...... .... Give yours(.lf a taxbreak. If it's .'ing we can'll find semele can. CONSTRUCTION SINCE 1984 m General Building Contractor Calif. 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