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Bulletin, Progressive, Record, Reporter Wednesday, May 19, 2010 9B pinion O M. Kate West Chester Editor Chester High School stu- dents got up close and person- al with birds, reptiles and bugs from countries on the other half of the globe recently, in a special all- school assembly titled Wonders of the Rainforest. The Associated Student Body paid for the assembly, according to Principal Scott Cory "They wanted an assembly that was fun and educational, something besides a rally," he said. "They researched this program on their own and made it happen - Hats of to them!" Wildlife educator Nicole Rast first showed off a blue and gold macaw. She shared interesting facts and said the macaw is a member of the parrot family and that it's col- oring is camouflage. She talked about its large black beak and said it has two purposes; to test the stability of a potential perch and to break open nuts. She also said they can live 60-80 years in the wild, and as a pet with good care, can live up to 100 years. Another hit with the stu- dents was Charlie the Cockatoo. Rast said these birds come in 21 varieties and are one of the few animals that are naturally white and not considered to be abnor- malities or mutations like albinos. Other creatures Shared during the assembly included lizards, monster sized igua- nas and beetles from Indonesia, Australia, South and Central America. Chester High School freshman Morgan Strate, during a rainfor- est assembly, shares with fellow students a Blue Tongue Skint from Indonesia. Photo by M. Kate West C. Roy Carmichael students, like fifth grader Grace Stevens, enjoy learnirlg about life in the renaissance peri- od, including activities like blacksmithing, making music, jousting, juggling and many other customs of the times. The kids dressed in period costumes, though rules were flexible. Grace's rakish costume looks like that of a French page, perhaps: Photo by Diana Jorgenson O wan9 or" Oompa-Loon~pas take to the stage at the Town Hall Theatre in Quincy for the dramaworks' production of "Willy Wonka." Haley Nadone stars as Willy Wonka, the candy man, and Lydia Morgan plays Charlie. Photo Courtesy of Tom Heaney Greenville High School students completed high-caliber science projects this year that were judged by a team from the University of California, San Francisco. Grand Prize winner Tucker Willits made bacteria-fueled electric cells, and other top winners were Issac Triance, Troy Neer, Nikole Marchado and Cameron Hassman, not pictured. Photo by Bill Gimple Gregory Sawyer, DDS I I /E o: hodon i I 15301 283-2811 I I 2034 East Main Street Quincy, CA 95971 I I (across from Polka Dot, East Quincy) I I OPEN MON - FRI. 8:30am - 4:30pm I Evening appts, available I 0% financing available O.A.C.CARE CREDIT .* Paving Excavating Septic Systems Underground Caleb Holland Presmdent LIC. #747715 803 Lorraine Drive .... RO. Box 494 umce: (530) 258-3306 20 Fax (530) 258 4246 Chester, CA 960 : ' i- .......................... - ........ ! I k~llt~~ ~" ~-4 ~t "~ ~' "~l~ i i "~'':~" I1 i111t11111 ' $~JOO "" l I ! Birthday Cakes o o ! i Hwy 89, Greenville 284-7313 PLU 2009 : ............................ ," ..... ................... I ENGLISH: Learn SPANISH: Aprender ITALIAN: Apprendere FlmmrlllGH: Apprendre QEBlqAM: Lernen THE NUMBER OF PUBLIC SCHOOL TEACHERS HAS i~ RISEI~ FASTER :.~l:::" : THAN THE NUMBER ~ ~ll OF PUBLIC SCHOOL ~I~~ STUDENTS. ~ ~ ~!~~::! Experience. Inspire. Empower. JOURNEYS S~mmit Car tp residential summer camp nestled right here in Plumas County serving local children ages 8-14 years. Located at Grizzly Creek Ranch Campus, Portola, CA Session Dates: June 13-18 June 25-25 June 27-July 2 July 5-10 Plumas Residents $375 Non-Piumas Residents $399 What's the difference? Adventure! ScienCe! Exploration VJe combine the fun and play of traditional summer camp and combine it with experiential and educational activites that engage campers in :fun AND learning at the same t/met. For more information call 775'355-1688 or visit THIS DAY IN... HI I 1 &51: SLAVERY IS ABOliSHED IN SOUTH AMERICA. 19~2: AMELIA EARHART BECOMES THE FIRST FEMALETO FLY SOLO ACROSS THE ATLANTIC OCEAN. ,19"79" THE WHITE NIGHT RIOTS OCCUR IN SAN FRANCISCO AS A REACTION TO THE LENIENT SENTENCING OF HARVEY MILK ASSASSIN DAN WHITE.