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Feather River Bulletin Wednesday, May 19, 2010 5A Terrie Redkey (left) was named a Woman of Distinction for her community volunteerism and her work in support of Quincy High School students, and Kris Miravalle (right) was recog- nized as the 2009 Soroptimist of the Year at the group's Local Women Making a Local Difference award night May 11. Among the other awards, Nancy Dembosz accepted the Penny Pines Certificates for the families of Joseph "Jay" Dembosz and former judge Stanley Young. Certificates of appreciation were awarded to Nicole Yoacham and her QHS culinary arts program, Valerie Nellor, JoAnn and Art Prince, Gray's Flower Garden and Feather Publishing. Edie O'Conner received the Ruby Award for her contributions to the well-being of women and children, particularly her work as a physician's assistant at several health clinics, her theater programs for youth and children, and the many local programs she supports as a volunteer and board member. Photos submitted Sue Miller presented Paige Massey with the Violet Richardson Award and $500 for her volunteer work as a high school stu- dent. Her peers also voted her outstanding S Club member. .eatlte. "7 i.t,e,l /'(ode /ea Learn Self-defense. Balance Mind & Body. * Assault Prevention for Women Regular Classes for Adults and Children, 836-1148 . Plumas Pines Shopping Center next to Quincy Cafe Johnene McDonald was recognized with the Women Advanc- ing the Status of Arts award. McDonald has brought children and music together for 25 years through the High Sierra Com- munity Youth Orchestra and many moments with students in her Face the Music Studio. The golden sun is warm, Pine trees rustle in the breeze, Ahh, spring ... Why Wait? has accents & accessories to create a sense of Spring for you and your home :, Local 'Soroptimists honored Shelley Miller, coordinator of the Early Childhood Education program at Feather River College, as a Woman Helping Women. At the awards ceremony, a for- mer student praised Miller for her support and mentoring. Soroptimist president Anna Ward presented the Women's Op- portunity Award, along with $1,000, to Dawn Fowler for her efforts to further her education and improve her economic prospects. Fowler is studying nursing at Feather River College. More photos on page 6A 4 Generations Of Local Family Farming Se Habla Sod. Pavers Espa ol Supplies ............................ ': Retaining Walls NEVADA'S FINEST SINCE 1978... We grow it just for you The lndustry's Choice For Award Winning Sod Visit Our Showroom 465 Tacchino St., Reno (Off 1-80 ,and 4th St.) We deliver Monday- Saturday 775 800 Dave Sims Tree Trimming for beautiful summer trees! Licensed by the California State Contractors Board & Fully Insured Crane Removal Lic. 283-2194 Located in Quincy Timber Oper. #A543 Ca. Lic. #678121 Discounts upto 35% Get more. Spend leu, it's that simple when you get car insurance from us, Uke | good neighbcw, State Faint Is there. CALL FOR A QUOTE 24t7. Richard IC Stockton, CLU ChFC, Agent Insurance Lic. #0B68653 Providing Insurance & Rnancial Services 65 W. Main St. - Quincy, CA 95971 (530) 283-0565 - Fax (530) 283-5143 www'richardstcktn'us WE LIVE WHERE YOU LIVE" .... i Dr. Crosse can help you get back on track! Put aches and pains behind you. We offer quality treatment for: Neck Pain Back Pain Arm, Shoulder & Leg Pain Muscle & Joint Pain Work-related Injuries Put your mind and body at ease! QUINCY CHIROPRACTIC Stephen P. Grosse, D.C. 2254 E. Main St., Quincy 283-5666