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2A Wednesday, April 25, 2012 Feather River Bulletin of a billion Kathleen K. Toland MFC #46336 ° M.A., L.M.F.T., SAP (Substance Abuse Professional) Individual, Marriage & Family Therapy • ALCOHOL & DRUGS • ANGER MANAGEMENT • VICTIMS OF CRIME Individual sessions & groups now forming plus other Psychotherapy & Counseling Path 2 Health & Most Insurances Accepted Please call for an appointment • 53e-832-4306 326 E. Main Street Quincy, CA 95971 217 Commercial Street Old Town Portola, CA 96122 Wayne Cartwright and John Kolb prepare the ground Friday, April 20, for grass seed along the new pathway at Gansner Park in Quincy. The effort was one of the Billion Acts of Green planned by Feather River College to mark Earth Day. Photo by Delaine Fragnoli LONG LIFE OF YOUR CAR OR TRUCK DEPENDS ON REGULAR MAINTENANCE COME SEE MR. B'S IIOIL CHANGE SPECIAL 213 Oanny Ct ndustlial Park Cooling System Inspection - Oil & filter change & Lube - Jncluaes up to 5 qts ofo, >" 50 Point Maintenance Check , FREE Brake Check (thoutwhaetputl) EXCEPTIONAL Customer Service (A $100.00 Value) For only: U "°°" avMor -m.:'-=d =t._m IlL i [  Highway 70 I East Quincy $35.45* Mr. B's Auto 283-1935 213 Danny Ct., East Quincy Offer Expires 5/1112 * Applies to most cars and lite trucks, no diesels, plus tax & haz mat fee ' ' '- I II'I' I ' T I ' I ='I 'IIIIIII '"I II CARPET SPRING SALE "Shop Where The Contractors Shop" 43 Years of Service • RESIDENTIAL & COMMERCIAL * FREE CONSULTATION School calendar adopted Debra Moore Staff Writer Plumas County students will enjoy their summer va, cation through Labor Day this year, with children heading back to class Tues- day, Sept. 4. The Plumas Unified School District board of trustees adopted the calendar for the next school year during its meeting April 18. The district's teachers and ad- ministration had reached a tentative agreement on the calendar March 20. Assistant Superintendent Bruce Williams said that the Plumas County Teachers As- sociation had already ap- proved the calendar, and the district's classified employ- ees were reviewing it. "It's essentially a rerun of this year's calendar," Williams said. The 2012-13 calendar features 180 teaching days. This year the calendar was also presented to local Rotary clubs and chambers of'commerce for their Jazz Nig tonight comments. The students' first school break comes Nov, 12 for Vet- erans Day, followed by the Thanksgiving break Nov. 21 - 23. Winter break extends from Dec. 24 to Jan. 4, and spring break falls the first week of April. The last day of school is set for June 14. Chris Russell, the school board's president, said other school digtricts are taking note of the calendar and like it. "Truckee is going to do something almost exactly like this," he said. [! Music teacher Tanner Johns conducts the Quincy High School band as part of last year's county fair parade. To hear more musical offerings from county youth, attend the high school Jazz Night tonight, April 25, at the Town Hall Theatre in Quincy. If you miss tonight's performance, you can catch the jazz band, and other musical groups, Wednesday, May 30, at Concert on the Green at Quincy High School. The show starts 5:30-ish. In case of inclement weather, the concert moves inside to the gym. The choir, concert band and junior high band all received Superior ratings at the regional music festival in Chester last month. The QHS jazz band also recently had the honor of opening for CSU Chico's Jazz X-press concert. Photo courtesy Plumas Arts DAVID J• HEASLETT (530) 836-4625 www.graeaglelaw.€om Graeagle • Real Estat ROSBY DRIVEWAY MAINTENANCE SLURRY SEALCOATING SSIH OIL HOT CRACK FILLING PATCHING FREE ESTIMATES SERVING ALL OF PLUMAS & LASSEN COUNTIES 1377 ARLINGTON RD. 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Girls Rite is a pro- gram open to girls ages 12 - 18, where they can meet new friends, explore the commu- nity and the surrounding forest, and have fun being themselves. The group meets every Wednesday from 3:30 to 5:30 p.m. All activities start and end at the Women's Mountain Passages office at 355 Main St. in Quincy. Contact Jen- nifer Kaufmann for details and an updated schedule: 283-0859 or Jen- nifer@womensmountainpas Meetings are free, and healthy snacks are provided. Examples of activities in- clude hiking the Cascade Trail, meeting the horses of Feather River College, going on a native plants hike, mak- ing plant presses, creating crafts, playing confidence building games, making journals and much more. All girls ages 12 - 18 are welcome to come check out the group and bring their friends. Check ! J 1