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Feather River Bulletin Wednesday, April 25, 2012 5A Kicki" U up their heels Members of the Footloose Studio of the Arts dance team kick up their heels during dress rehearsal of "Give My Regards to Broadway" for the I Love Dance competition Sunday, April 22. The girls took first place for their performance in the Variety Arts, age 15 - 17, junior level category. The team of, from left, Sara Taylor-Mays, Bree Taylor-Mays, Gracie Taylor-Mays, Samantha Webb, Shealyn Schwartz, Whitney Maclntyre and Lily McDonald also won first-place trophies for the lyrical piece "Secrets," tap number "Fancy Footwork" and ballet waltz "Save the Last Dance for Me." Sara Taylor-Mays finished first with a standout performance of "Diamonds Are a Girl's Best Friend," which she choreographed herself. Schwartz and Maclntyre also won:in their age category, 12 - 14, for student choreography with the duet "Fireflies." Team coaches are Eileen Cox, Cheree Childers and Sharrill Irons. Photo by Delaine Fragnoli Used gear on sale Lucius Robbi and Katy von Beroldingen, Outdoor Recre- ation Leadership students at Feather River College, are or- ganizing a used gear sale to support the ORL program. The sale will be May 2 and 3, from noon until dark, at Feather River Fitness. The students are looking for used or old gear donations from local outdoor enthusi- asts. The sale will provide low-cost gear to the communi- ty while raising money to sup- port ORL student expeditions, student scholarships, a Swift- water Rescue class and Wilderness First Responder certifications next year. Small gear items can be dropped off at Feather River Fitness. To arrange for pick- up, call 304-9723. All donations are tax-deductible. The event will also feature music, pizza, beverages, prize drawings and possibly kayak rolling and paddling lessons in the pool, depending on the weather. All are welcome. For more information, call Robbi or Beroldingen at 304-9723. What can be donated? Stu- dents are looking for anything related to outdoor adventure recreation, including but not limited to: --Backpacks --Camp cookware --Camping gear --Footwear --Snow gear --River and boating gear --Outdoor clothing --Climbing gear --Backpacking gear --Mountaineering gear --Mountain biking gear --Cycling gear --Ski/snowboard gear 'I Little League season swings into action A young slugger practices his swing in preparation for Quincy Little League's opening day Saturday, April 28. Games begin at 10 a.m. at the ball fields in East Quincy. A variety of fundraisers are planned to help finance the ieague, which sports 14 teams and more than 200 players this year. Photo courtesy Quincy Little League PLUHAS Reserve yours boday. / Summer shares of FRESH PRODUCE GRASS-FED .BEEF HANDSPUN YARN LOCALLY BAKED BREAD Delaine Fragnoli Managing Editor lt's the season to play ball! Quincy Little League goes to bat for opening day Saturday, April 28, beginning at 10 a.m. at the ball fields in East Quin- cy. Three games are sched- uled. The league boasts more than 200 players this year on 14 teams ranging fi'om T-ball and farm teams through to minors, majors and juniors. Opening day will also serve as picture day for the teams. Each player will get a free hot dog, courtesy of the California Highway Patrol's designated driver program. A highlight of the season, Quincy will host 'the minor boys' all-star tournament this summer. Little League has a number of fundraisers planned. Tri-tip sandwiches, $5 each, will be on sale during Saturday's games. Folks can also pre-or- der whole tri-tips, $20, from Amy Carey at Carey Candy Co. iu downtown Quincy. The "i!:i _ 2-DAY EVENT Friday, May 4 Saturday, May 5 8am - 5pro 00ergreen Ir/,' HOMETOWN P. Hwy 89, Greenville 284-7313 league hopes to sell the trip- tip sandwiches again at the County Picnic in early June. Another fundraising ven- ture Saturday, the Wayne Tweedle memorial batathon, will have youngsters swing- ing for the fences. Players get five hits to see how far they can send the ball; the roll is included in the measurement. Patrons can sponsor by the" foot or pitch in a fiat rate. Tweedle played Little League and later served as a coach and a board member. For more information about the season's activities, contact Holly Buus at hollymaricich Richard K. Stockton, CLU ChFC, Agent Insurance Lic. #0B68653 Providing Insurance & Financial Services 65 W. Main St., Quincy, CA 95971 (530) 283-0565 Fax (530) 283-5143 WE LIVE WHERE YOU LIVE No kidding. When I say free, I mean absolutely - no minimum balance, no monthly service fees, no surprises, no hassles, no gimmicks - free. That's State Farm Bank" Free Checking. Bank with a good neighbor'. CALL ME TODAY FOR MORE NFORMATION. 800StateFarmBank 1101421.1 State Farm Bank. 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