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Youtll News Wednesday, June 6, 2001 9A The fourth annual Kid's role bats play in our environ. Day at the Forest Service was ment. They were treated to a held on May 24 and 25. skit called "The Impact Mort- First through third-graders ster," which teaches them from Quincy Elementary andhow they can help keep the Pioneer Elementary schoolsforest beautiful and clean. came to the Mt. Hough They also learned about fire Ranger District for a few safety through the use of hours of learning and, stories and puppets. When the students arrived,They saw Smokey Bear and they were divided into were given bags full of treats groups and rotated to three and activities to remind them different stations, of their visit to the Forest Topics for the stations were Service. chosen to educate the stu-This event is organized by dents on things related to the Judy Abrams, information forest. This year, they assi.stant, with the help of learned about the important many district employees. Photos by Heather Way Third.lpllde student Tanner a fourth-Made student at Pioneer Ele- ins Young Authors' Night. reads her work to the audience. Duncan takes the stage dur- Teacher Julle Hochrein, far left, listens attentively as fourth-grade student Katy Batchelder reads her work during Young Authors' Night at Pioneer Elementary School Seated, from left: Jaelynne Rose, Chandler Peay, Elizabeth Johnson, Drake Waterston, Jordon Rose and Katlyn Barnes. Paul Downing, Layla Sefried, man, Shannon Eliason, Lacy Ringo, Emily Robinson- Jaelynne Rose, Elizabeth Justin Lusk, Terrance True- Huggins, Marcy Kidder, Sab- Johnson, Chandler Peay, Kat- blood, Drake Waterston, rina Poh, Mikayla Prewitt, Hochrein co- lyn Barnes, Mary Mannies, McKynzie Brock, Victoria Tanner Duncan, Katie He- aeverlt. Students Cassie Saltel, Atisha Nelson, Vajgt, Janice Redman, Ehren witt, Natalie Feinblum, Pated included: Jordon Rose, Sam Ruttschow, Bristol, Ricky Denney, Jessi- Mandy Grover, Amanda erson, Jessica Kirk, John Jennifer Wolfe, Ashlee Nie-ca Bennett, Carmen Fregulia, Nolan and Katy Batchelder. student pleads no contest on charges By Dave Keller Zernich said the only evi- Staff Writer dence--hearsay statements to Joe Frank Flores, a deputies from three young. Greenville High School se- sters and the testimony of the nior, pled no contest last Greenville High School prin- week to a misdemeanor count cipal--was questionable. of contributing to the delin- Zernich said the three quency of a minor, youngsters were only trying The plea came at the con- to get Flores into trouble. clusion of a June 1 prelimi- nary hearing in front of Zernich said that GHS Plumas County Superior Principal Mike Chelotti Court Judge Ira R. Kaufman. forced Flores into an admis- Flores, 18, was ordered to sion of giving marijuana to serve five days in county jail the children by promising as a condition of two years of him leniency and telling Flo. probation, res he would not be allowed The plea occurred before to get his diploma unless he Kaufman could rule on cameclean. whether Flores should stand Zernich also noted that Flo- trial on a felony allegation of res, at first, had denied giv- selling marijuana to a jure. ing the marijuana to the kids nile who was at least five and that Chelotti would not years younger than him. accept the denial. The offense Flores pied to is substantially lesser than Chelotti testified that Flo- the felony charged by the res had never been in trouble over the years and regarded Plumes County District At- him as a good student, but al- torney, so said he doubted the three The evidence against Flo- kids who turned on Flores res appeared to be weak, as would conspire just to get the pointed out by defense attor- senior into trouble. ney Robert J. Zernich. Another witness, Flores' The attorney said Deputy employer, testified that Flo. District Attorney Jeff Cunan res was working on the date failed to show that a crime and time he allegedly sup- had occurred, plied marijuana to the kids. 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