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4B Wednesday, April 11,2001 Bulletin. Progressive, RIl~ogre~ Ar Ice ir Photo by Carly Soto Feather River College students Kelly Weintraub, left, and Jennifer Welser, are among the top students in the state. This is the seventh consecutive year FRC college students have been named to the California All-Academic Team. Two members of FRC's stuent body have been select- ed for the 2001 Phi Theta Kap- pa All California Academic First Team. Jennifer Welser and Kelly Weintraub, both of Quincy, won First Team honors. Each will receive a renewable $5,000 annual scholarship to attend any California State University branch and other cash prizes. The two FRC stu- dents will attend a special lun- cheon in Sacramento this month where they will hon- ored by friends, family, the Community College Chancel- lor and the state legislature. To put these honors into perspective, Jennifer and Kel- ly competed with 1.5 million community college students across the state. Feather River is one of the smallest of the 108 colleges in California. FRC students must compete with schools who have more stu- dents than we have residents in Plumas County. Only 22 other students will share this exceptional honor with Jen- nifer and Kelly this year. Both ladies were valedicto- rians of their Quincy High School class of 1999, and re- ceived Feather River Founda."Our students make the All lion Scholarships (donated by Academic Team seem like an Willits' Motors and the FRC easy award to earn," said Past Presidents) to attend FRC FRC's Phi Theta Kappa advi- in 2000. Jennifer and Kelly are sor Mike Cassity. "In fact, be- both Liberal Studies/Biology ing named to the All Academ- majors, ic Team is a true honor. We This is the seventh consecu- are fortunate to have such tive year Feather River Col- bright and talented students lege students have received walk the hallways of our col- recognition for their achiave- lege." ments. of the Plumas County Museum Odd and Unusual Artifacts Here is this week's look at one of the treasures not normally on dis- play at the Plums County Muse- um. Our featured artifact is metal. it is approximately 12"x14"x16" and is very heavy. The handle low- ers and raises the metal plate. What is it? The answer will be in next week's paper. If you think you know what it is, call the mu- seum at 283-6320. Last week's answer: It is called a "Paris Plaiter," and was used for making pleats, or folds, in various fabrics. A complicated set of instructions is pasted on the back of the item. i I I I[ / i |IT I When the big city crowds and big city hassles are more than you can han- dle, SHOP AT HOME! Your local merchants are well prepared and anx- ious to take care of your' shopping needs. You will help your community. prosper and avoid all of the hassles of mall shopping. Returns, if necessary, are fast and convenient with your local merchants. In addition, your money turns over at least seven times in your communi- ty thus supporting local schools, churches and services. Why Get "Mailed" When The Benefits Are Right Here At Home! Keep your dollars at home ... SHOP LOCAL IT HERE INCLUDES permits & s 126 9z15 * ooooeooo set up, delivery, a full foundation ee $99,100 you'll " Building quotes based on $65/sq. ft. H 0 M E S ~ngerodesMUST SEE! MODEL OPEN! 1 953 SQ FOOT l N 428 side by side refrigeralor, self cleaning I , skylights, sliding glass doors, many | i~l.uding carpel, elaborate master l open hwng space & windows galam! Ser. #38627 ,/ Several Models Open HWY 395 AND SUNNYSIDE RD. JANESVILLE xesi( ~s, 1T It's the 30th annual la: ----~" Or . qev. At The Plumas County Fairgrundl ss th 1Bas: loy, the ~r 11 tad] ~r an e. ~joy Ul b, eat-g You and your friends are invited ,o s #S. to play in ANY or all of the following ebra Cribbage contests offered that weekend: 'the :r Di hmil: in FRI., MAY 4: DOUBLFS $40 PFR TFAM eitl Registration 6 pm, play 7 pm |WOC SAT., MAY WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP SINGLES - 20 GAMES,, $6 ..... - Includes coffee, donuts, lunch & dinner SAT., MAY 5: SAT. NIGHT.o, SPECIAL $20 7 pm - 7games, 100% payback , T, SAT., MAY 5: HIGH ROLLERS $50 val 7 pm - 8 games, 100% payback SUN., MAY 6: CONSOLATION $20 7:30 am, 9 games Use the registration form below for doubles and WCCT singles contest-- fo the other tournaments, just show up a half hour before the contest begins. m m I Name i Address. City. State-- 7ip Phone Number ( ) ,CC # [:1 Handicap Anchor Seating WCCT Singles $60.00 entry fee includes coffee, donuts, Sat. lunch, dinner & drink ................................................. $ Doubles entry fee $20.00 individual ($40.00 per team) .............. $ Optional Q-Pool $10 entry for main tournament ........................ $ Extra Lunches $7.00 each ................ : .......................................... $ ioh (if you have one) }ue, Ico ionl Extra dinners $13.00 each ........................................................... $ Total Enclosed $. Make check payable to Quincy Rotary-WCCT and mail to P.O. Box 1515; Quincy, CA 95971 Sponsored by Quincy Rotary Club and OL Fo GOLD CITIES