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Feather River Bulletin Wednesday, May 26, 2010 9A Together (from left) Jordan Blackford, Associate of Arts in Liberal Studies and student body president, and Jessica Camp, AA Liberal Studies and student trustee, delivered the student address. It was a joint, back-and-forth, effervescent speech in which the young women told graduates to remember, "When it's all said and done, this year, your life mattered." Center top, Henry Martin, groundskeeper and maintenance worker, received the Outstanding Classified Member award. One of the most popular award winners of the night, the entire graduat- ing class cheered him on as he accepted his award. i i A radiant Meaghan Rizzo, abvove, shows off her diploma. Dr. Darla DeRuiter, left, environmental studies and outdoor recre- ation leadership instructor, presented Tiffani Wilson, A.S. Biology, with the Alice M. Foster Environmental Studies Scholarship Award. Wilson, a mother of two teenagers, received the $1,000 scholarship. She will transfer to the University of Idaho next year to pursue a degree in fisheries management, where her focus will be the conservation of fish habitats. Wilson came away from FRC with degrees in biology, environmental studies and liberal arts, with a certificate in environmental leadership. She was also the environmental studies winner for her pike project. I Paid political advertisement Elect Jon Kennedy Supervisor District 5 Today's voice for ALL voters and ALL issues ........................... Pa!d !or_by theommit!e.e to e.!ect Jo n Kennedy Supervisor District 5, 2010 Joshua McNulty, AA Liberal Studies and member of Phi Theta Kappa, receives his diploma from his father, George McNulty, a former counselor at FRC. Photos by Linda Satchwell SHIPP FOIl SHERIFF Charting a New Course for the Plumas County Sheriff's Office. MORE community involvement MORE accountability MORE access by the public MORE interaction with schools MORE support for businesses MORE integrity & professionalism "With 36 years of law enforcement experience and direct personal communi, involvement, I ask for your vote for Sheriff. Let's re-set the sails/" Campaign Donation: Shipp for Sheriff Election Committee P.O. Box 1426, Quincy, CA 95971 PAID POLITICAL ADVERTISEMENT OFFER ENDS SOON, CALL TODAYI Plumas Satellites YOUR LOCAL DISHNETNORK CONNECTION 81:RVINO OUR COMMUNITY 91NCE 1MI9 1- 800- 434-7428 ,o-2.,-,,0, 530-257-5767 Your dish network consultsnts Visit us online at: www.plumasdlsh.oom NETWORK. AUTHORIZED RETAILER Dqt! Hoe.^,Jv'antag e olie leQuiles 24-rnonlh commflnl and el.edit (dlcaten  servce s terrninaled beloe the end of comm,tment, a canceliahon ke ol $17 50/moth lemanmg wdl aopiy/dl eqwpment is leered ai musl be re. i.urne to .' NetWk upon carcellal o onreturn unt vees ppf tl 6 leased Iw, es per comt lease upge lees veit apy fc," selecl recenes; mort hi'/fees may apply based m t'/pe and .umbe ol ece, vers HO !o- rn,ml equs HU leeso All p.ces packages and oramm,n Sui0el Io change wi nohce tocai chanls on ava,Labie ,n certa aeas 0tier  sublecl to the rms of 1o4ee molcm and Reennl Cumm O ieemenls oo,tx.aheslrclos d lees may aoply f,,sl-lime OISHrkcuslomerOly Offel ends6/?/10 H/Showtlrl ogmmmnged,tsw &opiy dnn0 the fl 3rnonths Custome musl downQade ol Ihen.curenl price  wdl apply HB and related channels and service marks e e ixoedy ol Home Bol tl Inc SHOWIIM[ ld [elated mks e Ihldemalks of $howWne Netwolks Inc. a C8 comMny