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2A Wednesday, May 9, 2012 Feather River Bulletin TirJs for trip: students serve On Sunday, May 20, Quin- cy's sixth.grade class will be waiting tables at Courthouse Cafe to help fund their up- coming Plumas to the Pacif- ic field trip. "It means a lot to us to be able to support these kids," said owner Kim Morrison. The public is in- vited to support them, as well, by eating at the down- town Quincy cafe that day. Plumas to the Pacific is one of a series of nine inter- active field trips, with corre- sponding curricula designed to introduce future leaders and decision-makers to important issues and deci- sions about California's wa- ter supply. The ambitious outing wil ! take the children the length of the water- course as it makes its way down the Feather River Canyon into the Central Val- ley, Delta and eventually in, to San Francisco Bay and the Pacific. Sixth-graders and their parents are responsible for raising 100 percent of the funds required for the nine trips. Over the course of the school year, the Quincy classmates have worked to- gether on numerous fundraisers to do so. Dona- tions are welcome. Court- house Cafe reservations are gladly accepted and can be made by calling 283-3344. Ceremony set for r4emorial Day On May 28 at 10 a.m. the seventh annual Veterans Memorial Service will be held in Quincy. In 2006 the people of Plumas County graciously donated approximately $15,000 in private donations in order to fund and build the Plumas County Veterans Memorial, which was erected near the courthouse in the park. The stone was purchased  and inscribed, the monument and foundation were erected by local contractors. The' side- walks were built, the flagpole and several benches were placed near the memorial on behalf of the veterans whose names appear on the memori- al as well as all their family and friends. Some work still needs to be completed and donations will still be gladly accepted. To do- nate contact Bob Zernich at 283-1010 or visit the Quincy branch of Plumas Bank and ask to donate to the V, eterans Memorial. At Plumas Bank, make the check out to VFW Post 3825 and mark it for the Veterans Memorial. Every- one is urged to stop by and view the memorial. In the past there have been a few rumors regarding mov- ing the memorial; however, we have been assured that the memorial will not be moved or touched. This year there will be various events on Memorial Day in behalf of the veterans to include speeches and music. The keynote speaker this year will be state Assemblyman Dan Logue. Other speakers and individu- als will be called on to speak in behalf of the veterans. Visitors and everyone in the community is urged to take the time to come to the Veterans Memorial at 10 a.m. Memorial Day, May 28, and show their respects to all the veterans of Plumas County but especially to those whose names are inscribed on the ,memorial. They gave their all. Hot ofJ presses Third-graders from Quincy Elementary School tour Feather Publishing's Quincy facility Monday, May 1. The youngsters got a special treat as the press was running that day. They learned that Feather Publishing presses more than 20,000 copies of its six weekly newspapers, four covering Plumas County and two covering Lassen County. Photo by Delaine FragnolJ Early erii 00_..ment much morel I" 0 g CALL TODAY TO SCHEDULE YOUR FREE WELCOME OR WELLNESS EXAM: 836.1122 284.6116 993.1231 832.6600 Graeagle Medical Clinic: Indian Valley Medical Clinic: ' L0yalt0n Medical Clinic: P0rt01a Medical Clinic: WWW.EPHC.ORG Advantage Plat ge detai!s M ustions, ...... .............. ;]epr0vider. : PAID POLITICAL ADVERTISEMENT #3 "The Board of Supervisors needs to take a leadership role in defining and implementing an Economic Development Strategy," (530) 283-3277 PAID FOR BY THE COMMITFEE TO ELECT HUFFMON FOR SUPERVISOR 2012 I BR:EAKING 00NEWS = .,l&,= ......... I I Eleven Feather River College employees have taken advantage of the college's early retirement package. From left: Marilynn Shaw from Student Services has plans to ride off into the sunset on her Harley after 13 years. Jodi Beynon, program director for CalWORKS/CARE, will be discovering who she is after 30 years now that she's not working at Feather River College. Library Director Tom Davis will retire after 30 years at the college with a sense of "mission accomplished" with the new library up and running. Terrie Rose-Boehme, Disabled Students Programs and Services director, will take a break after 32 years at the college for time with friends and family before going to work once again for the California Association for Postsecondary Education and Disability's legislative committee. In addition, from DSPS, Laurie Stockton will leave .the college after 33 years for time to relax, enjoy her family and indulge in some travel. Six other FRC employees (not shown) will join them in retirement: John Burns, maintenance and safety officer; Malia Hard, MIS specialist; Karen Paiva, DSPS; Bonnie Smith, faculty secretary and classified employees' union president; Richard Mohawk, maintenance mechanic; and Linda Vaughn, EOPS program manager, counselor and advisor. Photo by Mona Hill II I Nak, a ( --O.l'l: K.csort 5undag, 9 l,,o:Oa.m.- p.m. Champagne anc[ loses (One Complementar 9 lass o c champagne anti a red rose Cor Morn) $+.,O:pcrperson (kic]s uncler lo $1z.,q) ,.:;rambleei _....,, Sausage, Bacon, C.ountr,. potatoes ESSs Ibenegict Assorted [breads French Toast Quiche mokeg almo n, hmp . Assoecl Fruits Crab Cakes Chinese Ch&en Salad, Gargen alg Fasta alacl Koastecl Mix Veal01es Prime Kib Koasted rib ege seasoned to pert:e,ction ,832-5067 348 Bear Run- Clio - OffA-15 Call soon, reservation times are filling up! I II I I I Inr =-- I