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6A Wednesday, April 28, 2010 QUINCY ARTISTS - THE NEXT GENERATION Main Street Artists and Main Street merchants are sponsor- ing a student sidewalk art exhibit and sale featuring the work of all students from kindergarten through college to be dis- played on merchants' windows on Saturday, May 22, from 10AM to 5 PM. All art will be for sale for an affordable $20 with 100% of proceeds from sales going to art programs in the participating schools. The purpose of this event is to raise awareness in the community of the importance of art educa- tion and to introduce Quincy to the next generation of talent- ed artists. All students are urged to submit artwork to Ms.Danielle DeBoever. The fair will also include music, re- freshments and an opportunity for students to explore side- walk chalk art at the Courthouse plaza. All materials sup- plied by Main Street Artists, 436 W. Main Street, Quincy. Bracelets for Jedidiah ASB is selling bracelets to help raise money for Jedidiah. You can purchase the bracelets from any ASB officer or go to Mrs. Redkey's classroom during 7th period. The bracelets are blue and say "Always be Positive For Je- didiah". They cost $3.00 and all the money raised will go to helping the family with medical costs. If you would like to read about Jedidiah and his progress go to the following web- site: caringbridge.org/visit/jedidiahlusk/journal QUINCY CLASSIC 5K RUN/WALK: Everyone is invited to participate in the second annual Quin- cy Classic 5K run/walk. The event will be held May 1st at 9AM. Run along our enchanting raceway down the bike path from QHS to the FRC track. Cost is $30 adults; $20 students. Contact Traci Morrow at Quincy Thrift Store to preregister. Meet at the gym parking lot at 8:00 AM on May 1st, the day of the run/walk. Feather River Bulletin Seniors proudly displayed their senior projects at the Quincy High School Demonstration Night and Senior Expo earlier this month. Back row, from left: Kayla Romandia, Lydia Johnson, Hannah Morrow, Ashley Rees, Heather Gordon and Georg Thu- necke, Rotary exchange student from Germany. Front: Mindy Huang. Photo submitted Plumas DISTRICT HOSPITAL a00th00Serviee, Schedule Physicians Family Practice & Obstetrics Jeffrey Kepple, M.D. Ross Morgan, M.D. Rachel Hurlburt, D.O. For appointments 283-5640 Family Practice Dana Hays, D.O. For appointments 283-0650 Emergency Room Director Mark Satterfield, M.D. For information 283-7110 Family Practice & Internal Medicine Lawrence Price, M.D. For appointments 283-0650 General Surgery Steen Jensen, M.D., FA.C.S. Vincent Frantz, M.D., F.A.C.S. For appointments 283-1506 Services Cardio-Pulmonary Services For appointments 283-7108 Counseling Services Kathleen Hughes, LCSW For appointments 283-5640 Doppler/Echocardiography Thursdays. May 6,13,20, 27 For appointments 283-7108 Emergency Room Services For information 283-7110 Hospice Services For information 394-7228 Medical Nutrition Therapy For appointments 283-5640 MRI Services May3,4,10,11,17,18,24,25 For appointments 283-7155 Laboratory For information 283-7132 Radiology & Mammography For appointments 283-7155 Telemedicine In partnership with UC Davis For appointments 283-7133 Ultrasound For appointments 283-7155 Mid-Level Providers Edie O'Connor, P.A.C Stephen Johnson, F.N.P., P.A.-C For appointments 283-0650 Elizabeth McGee, A.G.N.P. Janet Thompson, R.N.P. For appointments 283-5640 Oral Health Care Providers General Dentistry David Reed, D.D.S. Pooja Patel, D.D.S. For appointments 283-3915 Dental Hygienist Cynthia Warner, R.D.H.A.P. For appointments 283-3915 Specialty Clinics Cardiology Thursdays. May 13, 27 Milind Dhond, M.D. For appointments 283-5640 Gynecology & Gynecologic Urology Saturdays. May 15 Norman C. Nasise, M.D. For appointments 283-7951 Ophthalmology Wednesdays. May 5 Thomas R. Conklin, M.D. 68 Central Ave., Quincy For appointments 283-2206 Orthopedics Tuesdays. May 4,11,18, 25" John V. Foley, M.D. For appointments 283-7988 Podiatry Fridays. May 7, 21 Kennon J. Martin, D.P.M. For appointments 283-3904 Mondays. May 3,10,17, 25, 31 Kathleen Halat, D.P.M. For appointments 283-5640 Urology Thursdays. No Dates in May Angelo Kanellos, M.D. John Freeman, M.D. For appointments 283-7990 QHS demo draws a crowd The Quincy High School Demonstration Night & Se- nior Expo drew an apprecia- tive crowd Wednesday, April 14. After a spirited welcome address from principal Dr. Sue Segura, visitors attend- ed two demo sessions. All classrooms were open for visitation. A senior expo ran concurrently in the cafete- ria. At the senior expo, visi- tors had a chance to meet the seniors and view the wide variety of senior pro- jects, in addition to many of the final products, including welded truck racks, videos, business plans and skis. The seniors answered questions and explained their projects. The demo sessions offered a variety of experiences. Visitors could get a taste of the next communi- ty/Feather River ColIege musical as the orchestra for "Oklahoma!" rehearse.d, or they could join the culinary ars program and learn how to turn an apple into a swan, taste Jurassic-era sea salt, and make a chocolate bar from cacao seeds. Two students led a poetry lesson, engaging participants in a lively discussion of poetry as they taught strategies for discovering the artist's pur- pose and meaning. Visitors could try their hand at Spanish. In a short time. they learned a few words and understood a sto- ry entirely in Spanish. In addition, the Gallery Walk in the art room dis- played student art. The chemistry class explored the ancient art of alchemy dur- ing one session and the pos- sibility of hydrogen as a pos- sible energy source during the second session. Elsewhere. students dis- played posters demonstrat- ing different math concepts and problem solving. Another demo asked, "What do I want to be?" The session explored how to match jobs and personali- ties. and included a quick self-assessment. Another demo let visitors use clues from student posters to identify the causes that led to the Civil War. Parents could match their knowledge of medieval world history with students in the "Are you Smarter Than a Seventh Grader?" de- mo, Eleventh-graoU.S. histo- ry students remembered those who died in the battles of World War II with color- ful and informative Power- Point presentations using the innovative Smart Board. Presentations included Pearl Harbor, D-Dy, Iwo Ji- ma and the Battle of Stalin- grad. Spaghetti is ready! Come support our Relay For Life Fundraiser Spaghetti Feed Thursday, May 6 6:00pro $10 adult * $5 children under 10 Quincy Elks Lodge 2004 E. Main St., Quin I For more info call  "le- Caroline Correira 283-4059 1 Plumas Nalional Forest Burn Permit Booth available at the Safeway Store Plumas Pines Shopping Center, Quincy Saturday, May 1 lOam to 2pm Car wash Saturday As a fundraiser for their prom and senior trip, the Quincy High School class of 2011 is having a car wash Saturday, May 1, at Quincy High School from 1-3 p.m. The students look forward to seeing lots of dirty cars lined up for them to clean. Manual & Aquatic Therapy Orthopedic & Sports Injuries Post-surgical Rehabilitation Sciatica Program . PLUMAS PHYSICAL THERAPY Kory Felker, MPT 78 Central Ave., Quincy 283-2202 The U.S. Deportment of Agriculture (USOA) prohibits discrimination in all its programs and activities on the besis of race, color, notiouo/orJgin age disability, and where epplicoble sex, marital status, familial sta parental status religion, sexual orientation, genetic ioformon, polial beliefs, reprisof, o because all oz port of an individual's income is derived from any pabiic oworeneh program. (Not all prohibited beses apply to all pro- grams.) Pens with disabilities who require alternative means for communication of pro- gram information (Braille, tacge print audiotape, etc.) should contact USDA's TARGET Lentar at (202) 720-2600 (voice and TDD). To fill a complaint of dJsctiminotion write USDA, Director, Office of Civ Rhts 1400 Independence Avenue S.W. Wesbingtan D.C. 20250-9410, or cell (800) 795-3272 (voice) or (202) 726382'(TDD). USDA is an equal opgenJty provider and employer.