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IlIA Wednesday, April 15, 2015 Feather River Bulletin Feather River College students involved in the TRIO program are $22,000. Photo submitted program all smiles last Tuesday, having received scholarships totaling / in lars Feather River College's scholarships were Edgar Hatzell and Cedrequs graduate from FRC this May Student Support Services Calderon, Stephanie Ovitz, Wright. and transfer to four-year Program, part of the Michael Sanderson, NathanThe goal of the SSS-TRIO colleges for the fall 2016 Department of Education's Reynolds, Cameron grant is to assist semester. TRIO program, awarded 18 Erickson, Malcolm first-generation Annually, the SSS-TRIO first-generation college Vandergraff, Kaitlin Boyd, economically disadvantaged program serves 160 college students $22,000 in Sydney Zink, Ashley college students in students, offering them scholarships March 31. All Hibbard, Morgan Manley, graduating from FRC and academic advising, financial the students earned a Amy McDougal, Justine transferring to a four-year aid literacy, academic cumulative grade-point Cota, Stephanie Miller, college or university, workshops, cultural average of 3.4. Serena Melendrez, Nina Of the 18 scholarship activities and transfer Students that received Holmes, Bailey Zavala, Julie recipients, nine plan to assistance. ion Post 5 Main Indian Valley Post 568 of the American Legion is in the process of moving to new quarters at 430 Main St. in Greenville, into the old school. The post has been holding regular meetings in the hall since February and said they hope to be moved in by May 16. The new hall is accessible to those with disabilities, with a ramp at the rear of the building and wheelchair accessible stalls in all restrooms. The post and auxiliary hosted the annual legion anniversary dinner March 21 and served more than 160 people in the community. It was a bit crowded, and extra chairs had to be acquired. The post reported it received generous donations of cash and auction prizes for the event. The Honor Guard provided military honors along with a detachment from the U.S. Navy for the celebration of life of Cliff Wesley, a member, March 28. Any individual who served at any time in the armed forces and received an honorable discharge is entitled to military honors. Anyone with questions, or who would like to request military honors for a loved one, may contact Terry Schillinger, Honor Guard commander, at 284-7580. The post's next meeting is April 14 at 7 p.m. at the new hall. Guests are always welcome to attend as observers. Those who have served in the armed forces and meet the eligibility requirements set by Congress are invited to join. Existing members of the legion may also transfer to Post 568. Boys' State American Legion Boys' State is among the most respected educational programs of government 68 announces instruction for U.S. high school students, reported organizers. It is a participatory program in which students become part of the operation of local, county and state government. Current County Supervisor Kevin Goss was a Boys' State delegate from Post 568. This year, the post is sponsoring one delegate from Loyalton, and choosing an alternate from either Greenville or Quincy. To be considered for Boys' State, a young man must be a high school junior with a full year remaining to complete his high school requirements, must be a student in good standing and should have some extracurricular involvement at the high school and in the community. Anyone who knows of a young man who could be considered as an alternate may contact Post Adjutant Marj Goosey at 284-1421 or email her at marjgoosey@ aol.com. Looking forward to May Post 568's May meeting will be May 12 at 7 p.m. The post will host the end-of-term district meeting May 16 at the new hall. District 3 covers Lassen, Plumas and Sierra counties. The district will be making a number of important decisions at this meeting as well as electing new officers for the coming term. Indian Valley Post 568 will be conducting Memorial Day ceremonies at seven public and private cemeteries in Indian Valley beginning at 10 a.m. at the Greenville cemetery. From there, the post will visit the Gorbet family plot at 10:30, the Indian Cemetery on North Valley Road at noon, and on to Power Line Road "as close as we can get" to where former commander Leland Washoe lies at rest at 12:30. Court Appointed Special Advocates FOR CHILDREN PLUMAS CASA HILDREN ril 6-10 p.m. $10 Quincy EIk Lodg (Court Appointed Special Advocates) a Dancing, Desserts, Auction (6-7:30 p.m.) nd No-Host Wine Featuring Shelly & Dave from "Now & Then" and "DJ Outlaw" Tickets available Carey Candy Books at: ::i ~:, ((i~. ~ Ul i 0 commun 888.3 PLUMAS