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Feather River Bulletin Wednesday, May 5, 2010 7A Shannon Morrow Sports Editor For the first time in many years, the Quincy High School senior prom is mov- ing to a new venue. Tradi- tionally held at the Plumas County courthouse, this year's prom will be at Green- horn Creek Guest Ranch Sat- urday, May 15. The grand march will hap- pen as usual, but now it will take place on the pic- turesque bridge over Estray Creek, in front of the lodge. Spectators will be on the lawn below the path on the other side of the bridge. The grand march will be- gin at 7 p.m., with prom pic- tures beginning' at 6 p.m. in front of the pond. The prom moved to Green- horn Creek so those attend- ing would have more activi- ties to keep them enter- tained. QHS senior Natalie Ray, this year's prom organizer, explained that when the prom was held at tlm court- house, students didn't stay. "They'd come for an hour and then leave," said Ray. "Now there will be a lot more to do. Having a differ- ent setting and something new should spark interest in going to prom." Dancing will be in the more appropriately designed Greenhorn Creek dance hall, which has much better acoustics than the marble courthouse. Adjacent to the dance hall is a recreation room with pool, ping-pong, video games and other fun activities. Outside the dance hall a large campfire will be burn- ing, ringed by plenty of com- fortable benches. On the other side of the dance hall, a large balcony offering picturesque views leads down to the swimming pool,.which will be open to those who bring swimsuits and towels. Changing rooms will be available. Just a stone's throw away from the dancehall is a pond, for anyone who desires to go fishing. "Our facility is set up for many different kinds of spe- cial events," said Trish Wilburn of Greenhorn Creek. "We're looking for- ward to having prom here al- so." The senior class has held fundraisers throughout the school year to pay the addi- tional expenses of the im- proved venue, and Green- horn Creek is providing its facilities and labor at a spe- cial rate for the high school. OY pm DISTRICT Randy Ashley Housekeeper / Mafntenance HOSPITAL Randy goes out of his way to help in both the housekeeping and maintenance departments. He is always pleasant and courteous and very quick to respond to work requests. Randy is an extremely hardworking employee. Congratulations Randy Ashley! Plumas District Hospital Employee of the Month April 2010 Prom organizers and party planners meet on site at Greenhorn Creek Guest Ranch to discuss idea~ for Quincy High School's prom Saturday, May 15. From left: Nonie Ray, Natalie Ray, Traci Morrow and Sara Patrick. Photo by Shannon Morrow Show your Mom how much you love and appreciate her with gift from Surprise her early- we'll deliver all week! ! Starting at Planters s I Filled with blooming annuals or perennials Starting at Filled with green and blooming houseplants Hanging Starting at | 9s Don't know what to give? You can't go wrong with a gift certificate! You'll be sure to put a smile on Mom's face with a beautiful fresh floral arrangement in a keepsake container. I Order Early For Best Selection I -.~- Dehvery Available through Saturday ~:~:~ Our roots are deep in Plumas County Quality & Experience Since 1946 Where we love our plants enough to raise them here 41796 Hwy. 70, Quincy Near Feather River College 283-2010 Full Service Florist Don't forget, we deliver! Open: Mon.-Fri.: 8:30am - 5:30pm Sat.: 9am - 5pm Closed Sundays