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.A W o y. a 11, 2001 School News Fea Pr0g , Quincy Elementary School honored the following stu- dents in the month of March: Citizens of the Moth First Grade Garrett Hedin and Lauren Braddick. Second Grade , Austin Hagwood and Kasey Camp. Third Grade Amberdon Elsken and Si- mon Hensel-Ashmore. Fourth Grade Kerry Lewis and Brittany Potter. Fifth Grade Dylan Whitenton and Sam Seaboli. Sixth Grade Jesse Riggs and Karen Fly- nn. ofUm First Grade Seth Barnes and Garrett Hagwood. Second Grade Keefer Hokanson, Julia Shelton and Samantha Tyler. Third Grade Anthony Braddick and Jared Kuipers. Fourth' Grade Coral Olynyk and Peggy Muir. Fifth Grade Meggie Ray. Sixth Grade Michele Graham and Valentirm HoR. TqmCJNNm Awards First Grade Stephanie Kreuger, Daniel Ball, Trinity Bussell and Austin Kinney. Second Grade Manuel Corey, Sierra Keely, Esther Wersfler and Charles Brownlee. Third Grade Norman Peterson, Sabrlna Vieira, Brianna Diaz and Kar. lie Clem. Fourth Grade Cody Reinert and Stephany Soma. Fifth Grade Jamie Leverett, Jacob Moss, ary McCallum, Jessica bwsden, Cody Profit and Chase Hume. Sixth Grade Margaret Simmons, Ryan Perdue, Mark Shulman and Anthony Lin. t Not subject to prior sale. OOOOIO# ~ tD44Q~ DD DDL There will be a fund-raiser BBQ chicken and ribs dinner on Saturday, April 21, the Quincy High School Cafeteria fl'om 4-7 p.m. to raise funds to help send Emily Patton to the Soccer TourneySport USA Hawaii Classic. For a donation of $7 for adults and $5,for chil- dren under 12, a dinner of chicken, ribs, BBQ beans, bread and salad will be Served. Homemade desserts can be purchased for a nominal fee. Tickets can be purchased fl-om Rick Patton, Linda Pat- ton, Emily Patton or by calling 283-2525. Tickets will also be available at the Toy Store in Quincy. When bur Kids Uve Invites studentsto Join By AJldey Stevmme Kids Live is an after-school program for students in sec- ond through sixth grade at Quincy Elementary School. This program is the younger version of Friday Night Live. This program gives students an opportunity to participate in safe after-schoOl activities. On March 23, Kids Live orga- nized a movie adventure--Di. nosaur. Many students watched the movie and en- Joyed the snacks that were sold. The best selling products were pizza and cotton candy. We'll keep you posted about other exciting events that Kids Live sponsors. Visit our Web site: www.plumasnews.com SIMMONS UCi(6UAE) OOOOO0 FU~ etoeeoo O000 oeoooe FullSet OOOOOO OOOOOOO OOOO OOOOOO MON.-SAT. 2830 MAIN Luxury or Extra F/ OOOO OOOO0,O