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C0mmuniFy News Wednesday, May 23, 2001 I rOU, wholl in next Plans are underway for the uation and reserved parking, signing up families for eS-books for the library, moreHenton, Mary Vogt or Scott Sober Grad party, which will which jhnior class members,crip--a fund-raising program support of the athletic teams Davis. Year is windingfollow Quincy High School'sare selling. Contact any mem- that pays the Booster Club a and other clubs. We could pur- Proceeds from the various aCtivities are graduation Friday evening, bet of the junior class or the percentage of purchases made chase many items the schoolBooster fund-raisers are dis- the Quincy June 15, at 8 p.m. in the Feath- high school at 283-6510 to ob- at Safeway and other stores, would otherwise have to do persed to clubs and organiza- er River College gymnasium,tain tickets. The Booster Club will pay without." tions at Quincy High School. Scholarship It had been hoped that the Various club members are the $10 fee to encourage fami- For more information on The Booster Club also elect- to in- graduation ceremony would also selling cow plop tickets, lies to participate in the pro- the eScrip program, contacted its officers for the 2001.2002 seniors be held in the stadium, but the Cow plop tickets sell for $5 gram, which could bring as any of the following Booster school year. They are: Scott Pete bleachers will not be installed with a possible prize of $2,000. much as $20,000 to $24,000 to members: Diane Conover, Kit- Davis, president; Chantal club's treasur-in time. The cow plop will be held at the club each year. ty Gay, Pete Hochrein, Debra Blust, vice president; Kitty ects that all Booster members also dis- the Plumas County Fair June"Imagine what we could do Coates, Laura Goss, Scott Gay, secretary; and Pete be awarded cussed the tickets for a chance 2. with that money," Hochrein Koeller, Noni Ray, CarolleeHochrein, treasurer. to win front row seats at grad- Booster Club members are said. "We could provide more Pearson, Chantal Blust, Dawn x oSCOuts of Sierra Uld like to an- Jn total of 39 girls I ;Z Oxes of cook- 2001 Girl Scout Oale and are now the 500 Club." girls 1 all ar- Uncil jurisdic- Butte, rna, Shasta, and parts and girls is County. e, a Cadet in Gloria of Inez of Quincy. earnings, to go to Aquarium atching," she will travel Chdstlne Robins Swimmers from 5 to 18 years old who want to be a part of the new Plumas Swim Team, are urged to grab their swim- suits and be ready to work out at the Quincy pool Tuesday, May 29, with registration be- ginning at 4 p.m. Practice will be held Mon- day through Friday from 4:30 p.m.-6p.m. Those involved with Little League may show up when their game is over. The Quincy Swim Team has been in existence for a number of years, but this year, it will be combined with swimmers from Portola to become the Plumas Swim Team and prac- tices will be held at both the Quincy and Portola pools. Portola's pool will open the weekend of June 9 and 10 and then open full time June 16. Schedules are not yet avail. able, but will be posted at city hall. Anyone wishing to work this summer as a life guard must have a current Red Cross Life Guard certificate. States Postal 1,905 during its cam- ishable items. Now, his volunteers are working to shelve the "big moUntain of food." Seibold said that most of the food is canned goods and oth- May 12. er nonperishable items such annual event .as noodles and beans. essful, thcr 'We -ot e,_:_-, g things that people space in the can really use," Seibold said. contain all of an extra vehicle the director of said that brings in of nonper- He is very thankful to the Postal Service for conducting this drive. "The food bank thought it was really wonderful to be able to stock our shelves," Sei- bold said. 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GILMAN GILMAN 68 Central Ave. Quinc , 283-2206 Complete vision and eye care, Optometrists and Ophth,~Imologist$ on staff, Vision and Eye examinations, treatment of eye disease, cataract surgery, for- eign body removal, threshold visual field analysis, contact lenses, glasses (large selection of inexpensive to designer eyewear}', low vision aids for II~ visually impaired, and vision th~apy for learning related vision problef~. Unlike at the card locks, when you buy from you'll know the price per gallon, who you're buying from and the product you're pMfolmanc4 Plus Day Special Drink or Hot Cup Coffee any fib up on 12 pack cans only G x)d 5/23 - 5/28/01 .t ~.,.-, p, Fuel Star & 106 Crescent Street Quincy Lotto at both stores Every day Low Prices . ...3.05 +tax 2 88 +tax pk. . . . . . . .3.04 +tax pk. coffee or 12 oz. fountain drink with fill up 98 E. Main St., Quincy 283.1175