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14A Wednesday, May 21, 2014 reluler IlVer OUlILlll Thriving poppies i A child's bike is nearly swallowed up by a patch of poppies May 6. Spring is barreling along at breakneck pace as flowers, leaves, birds and bees thrive in the warm temperatures and recent gentle rainstorms. Photo by Llura Beaton L A00BO Y' En8 land tO MIL WITN PAYMEHS r4)R 6 m Q *10% 2800 Main Street, Susanville. 530.257-7788. Next to the Bowling Alley OPEN MONDAYd:RIDAY 8:30-5:30 SATURDAY 10-5 Contractor's Uc. IP71543 interest will be caludated ms ]row at:o, hem the pmchase da.llLe piin:tNe liia. l, in hill arlthl, 6 .oolhs of U  make a bite palpmmt, il lint N QillU g lie Ull . Happy planters On Wednesday, May 14, as part of a community outreach a group of children from Feather River College's Child Development Center plant flowers in a planter box in front of Sav-Mor. Throughout the semester they were involved in a planting project designed by an early childhood education . student at FRC. Through this project the children engaged in many activities that covered various domains of curriculum. The program thanks American Valley Aviation, Joshua Bruce (Sav-Mor), Tanny Sloat (Rite Aid) and Sonny Madarang for their donations. Photos courtesy Feather River College Cindy Thackerays's fourth- through sixth-grade class performs a scene from nAnnie" at Plumas Charter School's Spring Showcase in early May. Photos by Joanne Burgueno Showcase features student talent By Maggie Hennessy Special to Feather Publishing Friday, May 2, was the kind of spring evening that can only be described as perfect; the temperature was ideal for outdoor pizza and lemonade to start Plumas Charter School's inaugural Spring Showcase featuring drama, music and dance. Under the talented and patient direction of Stephenie McMorrow and Eliza Hardee, students performed a Broadway revue, showcasing several classic Broadway selections. Johny McDonald's violin students showcased their talents in a wonderful recital and the PCS dance team entertained the audience with an ode to "Pirates of the Caribbean." Inge Stock's kindergarten class performed a wonderful scene and songs from "The Sound of Music" and Kara Burkhead's first-grade class was delightful in a "Peter Pan" selection. Karen Oglesby's Kyla DeOcampo, left, and Coral Cash show off their talents in a scene from "Oliver!" second/third-grade class delighted the audience with the performance of "Munchkinland," from "The Wizard of Oz" -- there was even an unexpected visit from the wicked witch. Cindy Thackeray's fourth, through sixth-grade class gave a rousing rendition of "It's a Hard Knock Life," from "Annie." Miss Hannigan was played by Ms. Cindy, to the enjoyment of kids and audience alike. Brittini Wade's seventh- and eighth-grade students were polished performers showcasing a selection from "Oliver!" The auditorium was full of supportive parents, family and friends that turned out for a night of entertainment that completely captured the important emphasis Plumas Charter School places on arts education. The Plumas Charter School string ensemble performs under the direction of Johny McDonald at the successful inaugural Spring Showcase.