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Feather River Bulletin Wednesday, May 29, 2013 7A Seniors Quincy High School's Senior Class of 2013 would like to invite parents, mentors and community members to view and learn more about their senior projects. On Thursday, May 30, the seniors will host the QHS Expo in front of the courthouse from 4-6 pm. A sample of projects on display include videos, a comic book workshop, renovated cars, cabinetry and long-board skis, in addition to the students' project posters, tools, and work examples. This is an excellent opportunity for our community to see 36 wonderful projects, which the seniors have worked very hard on this year! Senior Presentation Day QHS Senior Presentation Day will be held on Friday, May 31 for those individuals who would like to learn more about specific student projects. The day's events will include 30-minute senior presentations, complete with comprehensive PowerPoints created by each senior. The presentations will begin promptly at 12:30, 1:00 and 1:45 p.m. at the high school. To view a specific senior's presentation, arrive at least 5 minutes early as doors will only be open just prior to each senior's beginning time. Call 283-6510 for specific senior presentation times. All community members are welcome, but Quincy High School would like to formally The Quincy High School Class of 2013 invites the community to learn about this year's senior projects. A Senior Expo will be held in front of the courthouse Thursday, May 30, from 4 to 6 p.m. Seniors will also present their projects at the high school Friday, May 31, promptly at 12:30, 1, 1:45 and 2:15. In addition, a ceremony to dedicate the new QHS China Rock patio, commemorative bench and flag pole will be held May 31 at 2:45 p.m. Photo submitted invite senior project mentors and Class of 2013. win be a ceremony to dedicate This event has been the dedication ceremony will parents to the presentations, the new QHS China Rock patio, result of vision, hours ofbegin at 2:30 at China Rock. Many thanks to the parents, China Rock dedication commemorative bench and flag volunteer efforts and donations, The entire community is mentors and community Following the senior pole. and one senior's project. The welcome! members for supporting the presentations on Friday, there II Laura Beaton Staff Writer Ibeaton@plumasnews.com The next big event at the Plumas-Sierra County Fairgrounds is the County Picnic scheduled for Saturday, June 1, celebrating the 100th anniversary of 4-H Showmanship. Breakfast will be available from the Lions Club starting at 7 a.m. and food vendors will sell their tasty fare throughout the day. Amonster truck will be available for thriU-seekers to ride in, and the Sierra-Cascade Street Rodders will have their cars on display all day long. Displays featuring actual NASCAR vehicles, model cars and a book signing by Keddie Murders author and survivor Sheila Sharp will all be on site. Barbecued tri-tip sandwiches will be sold to benefit the local Little League organization. The Aug. 14 - 18. The exhibit guide debut of a flea market/swap is now ready and available. meet will also occur. To host a Entries in every category are booth for $10, call the being accepted. Fairgrounds at 283-6272. Go to plumas-sierra Fair manager John Steffanic countyfair.net for more reports that everything is lined information, to enter a fair up for the Plumas-Sierra exhibit or to.volunteer. 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