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=oA 2oo community News ,,, ,,, ii q,': Del= Coates Managing Editor When cast members from "Grease" climb into the vintage car on the Town Hall Theatre stage this week, they will have Rick Weaver's construction students at Quincy High School to thank. Weaver's students spent every period for a week build. ing a '50s replica of a Mercury for the play. It was originally framed before wring break. The vehicle is a combination of wood and styrofoan Weaver said that originally the stu- dents had assembled an entire car, but the play's producer and director, Terry Galhgher, said it wouldn't fit on stage--so off went the back. The project hit another snag when Weaver told Gallagher the car would take about five minutes to assemble. ' l'hat's not fast enough," Gal- lagher told him. Instead, it was back to the drawing board, where Weaver took the assembly time down to 30 seconds. From the tires donated from a junkyard to doors that actual- ly open, the car will present the ideal focal point for "Grease." "The students loved making the car," Weaver said. "We had kids stopping in from other classes to help." Photo by Coates Students In Rick Weaver's construction classes devoted a week to constructing this car for "Grease." The '50s model is made of wood and Styrofoam and will soon be on-stage at the Town Hall Theatre in Quincy. Those who worked many hours on the PeoJect include Todd Mason and Mike Satterlee, sitting in the car, and from left: Tristin Hoznour, Daniel Shipman, Matt Brady, Andrew Stites, Raymond Mannis, Stevon Schwemmer, Uonel Potilio, Antho- ny Robbins and Chris Cudia. Not pictured is Cory Swartz. Two men Fork of the "Rich Bar were halted in when they wood smoke in investigation downed set a small on ['we. The high present that da one of the tops of a 1 law tree, that is, a had been tc and had grown ment tops. The fell across a ing it. The USFS was about 4:15 p.m. in force, to until PG&E an hour later to so the fire could guished. This was a mostly just a of brush and the place in early forest is still winter rains. consecutive trous forest fires, take much ture what would had the same fu-e mer, Jerry an on-the-scene took advantage There will be a one-day Ranch Dtverslftcation Workshop on Frld~__.y, May 18, from 820 a.m.~ p a. at the Grange Hall in Vin- ton. This workshop will present an overview of the economic chal. lenges i cing razmhers, answer why diversification is a promis- ing strategy, and review a breadth of diversification opPor- tunities. Presentations will cover suc- cessful diversification methods such as: niche marketing, ranch recreation and solar profits. The featured speakers will be Ben Alexander, from Sonoran Institute, Working Landscapes Program; Will and Jan Holder, from Anchor Ranch, Ervin's Natural Beef; Ted Flynn, from Flynn Ranch, Flynn Ranch Va- "Diamond Celebration" commemorates special Founder's Day cations; Jeff Powell and Susan Rottman, from RLS Internation- On the evening of April 30.Day pledge, as well as a mes- in a semicircle dressed simi- al; and Charley Orchard, from four Beta Sigma Phi chapters sage from the international Of- larly in baseball apparel. Land EKG. met at the Elks Club to cele- rice of Beta Sigma Phi. The evening concluded with Cosponsors are: the California brate Founders Day. The highlight of the evening all the chapters reciting the Cattlemen's Association; the This specialevening was de-came when each chapter pre-closing ritual together. Mem- California Rangeland Trust; and voted to the commemoration of sented a skit portraying the hers from the Gamma Iota the University of California Co- the 70th anniversary of theevents of their year with the chapter that attended were: operative sorority, and was called a "[)i+ theme of diamonds. President Rita Marshall, Bettie Extension-Plumas-Sierra coun- amond Celebration." Gamma Iota's script for theCobb, June Biggs, Linda Bus- ties; and the Sierra Valley Re- The evening started with the activities of the year was done selen, Helen Davis, Marcia De- source Conservation District. welcoming address, given byusing a baseball motif. Helen trick, Judy Eisenman, Helen Registration is $25, which in- the hosting chapter president, Ettinger read the script, Ettinger, Joy Furtado, Jacqui cludes lunch. Register by May Rhonda Nelson, followed by all dressed in baseball attire,Harris, Joanne Kibbee, Mary 15. For information or to regis- the members reciting the open- which described the activities Ann Mathes, Barbara Norman, ter, contact Laura Braymer, ing ritual in unison, of the year, month by month, Vi Orange and Carol Whitch- Sierra Business Council, P.O. After a wonderful meal and using baseball terminology,er. Box 2428, Truckee, CA 96160, or the welcoming of guests, sever- The members of the Gamma phone(~30)5824800,, :~ :~ al members read a~Founders Iota chapter stood behind her nity to remind County residents mits are He also cautioned very careful of that we do. All supervised pletely out, or with water. "Do not bury Hurley warns. A with dirt will eral hours, or eves strong wind comes will be blown and the f'we fanned c into flame. The latest ures show the just over 40 Two consecutive doesn't mean that be a third, and, in drier than normal possibility becomes probability. 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