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Wednesday, May 30, 2001 ~~ t,rnd/?Te:r~ The Reflections.program provides units in the 30th district. Four In the category of visual arts. [ri- ~t "butionshe an opportunities for: students to express schools participated in Reflections mary division, the d~trlct PTA w~- ~~o. continue to make [o themselves creatively and to receive this year and 67 entries were submit- her was Kelly Stemen, grade I, from ~hip program at Chester positive recognition for originalted. the Sierraville Elementary PTA for ~ - ........ , ~ works of art inspired by a preselect- Each student may enter in any ofher work titled, "It would be really ~e .cne A~,ardnls ed annual theme, while increasing the four art areas: musical composi- strange ira fish could talk." award and acon- community awareness on the impor- tion, photography, literature and vi- In the intermediate division, the r. w" ..... name ofof MiKeM]Ke YoungYoun tance of the arts in education, sual arts. 30th District PTA winner was Drew e n nc do tO The Reflections program was es-Each student enters in one ageMiles, grade 3, from the Sierravflle cholar- tablished in 1969. Since that time, group: primary--preschool to grade Elementary PTA, for his work, It Program. ..... more than 10 million students have 2; intermediate--grade 3-5; middle-ju- would be really strange if there wasa program as szsts participated in the program, nior--grades 6-8; and senior--grades tornado in Paris." sen orsa:n The goal of the Reflections pro- 9-12. Drew's work was on exhibit at the proj, l es gram is participation and apprecia- In the category of musical compo, state capital annex building from hroto mU;S tion for the arts. Although the pro- sition: senior division. March 5-9 of this year. That exhibit ~lunteers. ., ..... .. ning should not be the emphasis. The Patricia Busari, grade 12, from the author of AB 869 to bring back the ~e 001 term," the L'a.lttor- Reflections program can give chil- Lassen Union High School Districtarts. dren who have never tried creating a PTSA for her work titled "Le Soleil." t the s-eec * nia State PTA Scholarship brant In the junior middle division, the :n~sa. rdiel work of art a chance to experiment In the category of literature, ju- district winner was Daniel West I hrLd pyh lr gs 0 to d C :rmv tt:e p i and feel good about their art work. nior.middle division, the district from Chester Elementary for his art- ~ating h.~g Participation in the Reflections pro- winner was Brittany Handley fromwork. In the senior division, there was a gram is a great way for students to the Chester Elementary PTA for her tie: Jamie Lee for her artwork, and M. Mu_ttera explore and learn about various art short story. ~t~~ol' in Susanville, forms. In the senior division of literature, Havilah Colgain for her painting, It State PTA- ...... Approximately 64200 students par- the district winner was Kate Sheehy would be really strange ff we are our ~~e tt~OnnS pr~ ticipated in California this year. The from the Lassen Union High School dreams." Colgain's painting was on ~n)~lonn ancl theme was ."It would be really District PTSA for her poem, "A exhibit at the PTA State convention treasurer, presented an achievement program for stuaems, strange if .... There are nine PTA World of Song." in San Jose this year. INDIAN VALLEY HEALTH CARE DISTRICT Indian Valley s Only 24 Hour Heai'r Care Provider ,4 pub/ic entity reflecting community pnde ' "4 184 Hot Springs Road Greenville CA 7 284-7191 ,,AIJTo & TRUCK PARTS,, Service is our business 283-2350 tarque~ Shocks Carquest 8esnngs RadioShack- " 283-1362 85 W, Main St. Ouincy Men. - Fri. 8 am - 6 prn Sat. 8 am - 5 pm Winter Hours: 8 am - 5 pm Men. - Sat, !, I t Thanks for the opportunity to serve you/ I FREE office delivery Printing 531 MAIN STREET QUINCY" 283-2266 7 Xerox Authorized R E B C 0 Sales Agent S Y S T E M S Unlimited Home Decor 41) of 102 Prune a. ~ 121 create a change of pace witl our quali selection of flor cverings" Pan2 wme 8cat 1L 02, m reman( PoP ? Foot pan ma n call for a free estimate. e~e .TM Floor R.4 Products -.Ouy Local Boy Does Floors F- F" 14 Jewelry, Etc. 283-5467 ,+~' - "'' ~r" -" "- Carpet * Vinyl Laminates I --..- ---.,,-.--, See Store" Hardwood .__ t a since 1971 31 208 W. Sierra Porto& 832-1418 Wishing Well - 6 7 5 / $ / 6 S $ xuco':e!- 7 2 4 8 | I l 191 n 11, II , ,,,,, I II IIII ill J