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Feather River Bulletin Wednesday, June 9, 2010 5,6, Hq00ere 00,re they headed? GJ 00ds their plali:,:: The Quincy High School class o 2010 will be together one last time during gradua- tion ceremonies Friday, June 11. Before the students begin ' the next phase of their lives, they shared their summer and future plans. Evan Ashley plans to enlist in the United States Marine Corps to become an electrical technician. After a summer spent with the Forest Service, Anthony Braddick will attend Saint Mary's College, majoring in a math or science field. Cody Cline will also spend the summer with the Forest Service before going to the University of Idaho to study civil engineering. Dylan Denton is attending Feather River College and plans to become a helicopter pilot. KD Drybread is working this summer before going to Feather River College. She plans to become a highway patrol officer. Tanner Duncan will ' attend either Feather River College or Columbia to learn civil engineering or computer science. To become an EMT, Andrew Eaton will work and save for his training this summer. Looking to enter the science or criminal justice field, Amberdon Elsken will attend Feather River College in the fall. Heather Gordon will move to Chico this summer to attend Butte College for her general education re- quirements. She then plans to attend either Drexel University or the University of Scranton to major in criminal justice. Rachel Hatzell is working at the Alley Cat Caf6 this summer before going to Feather River College. She hopes to transfer to a four- year school to major in kinesiology and become a physical therapist. Shannon Hernandez will work in her mother's busi- ness before going to Feather River College. Mindy Huang is attending U.C.-Berkeley in the fall. Ashley Irving plans to attend San Diego State University. Lydia Johnson would like to become a dermatologist. Danyelle Kelly is going to Feather River College to get an LVN in nursing. After a summer spent at University of the Pacific music camp, working at Greenhorn Ranch and rafting in Washington, Kelsey Kepple will attend Azusa Pacific University to major in violin performance. She hopes to one day be a member of a philharmonic orchestra. Marcy Kidder is leaving for basic training in South Carolina with the United States Army this summer. She will become a helicopter mechanic. Amanda Kirk will spend her summer working with Greenhorn Ranch before going to Feather River Col- lege. She would like to train horses and become a drug and alcohol counselor. Jared Kuipers is off to CSU Fresno in the fall to major in kinesiology with an emphasis on physical therapy. At61 LeBrook is headed to Charlotte, N.C. to attend Johnson and Wales Univer- sity to become a chef. While working at Safeway this summer, Cassie Leslie- Saltel will prepare for be- coming an English/Japanese anime voice actor and possibly an animator as well. Nolen Lewis is planning to stay in Quincy. Courtney Mellott is taking a cruise to Alaska be- fore earning a degree in early childhood development. She would like to own and operate her own daycare. Chad Moore is going to Feather River College to become a teacher. This summer, Justin Moritz will work at his father's golf course before pursuing a career in music at college in either Los Angeles or San Francisco. Hannah Morrow is at- tending Chico Beauty College to study cosmetology and would like to own her own hair salon. After working with the Forest Service during the summer, Andrew Murphy will go to the University of Idaho and major in biology. Gabrielie Naranjo will at- tend and work at soccer camp while taking summer classes at Feather River College. She is considering a career in the medical field following her general studies. After playing softball, Douglas Oglesby will go to basic training this summer with the United States Army, where he will become a mechanic. Cody Pack is working at the fitness center before going to South Dakota to wrestle in Division and get a major in animal science. Anna Plankey is attend- ing U.C.-Santa Barbara in the fall. After graduation, Sabrina Poh will attend Feather River College before moving on to focus on criminal justice. Mikayla Prewitt will go to Feather River College and then transfer to Chico State, where she will join the band and get a bachelor's degree to become a music teacher. Zachary Prewitt plans to attend Lassen Community Only with DISH yOU for00? Call: Plumas ................... Your local DISH Network connection, Serving our c0mmunity since 1989 1 800 434 7428 's2a4lTld00s00 530-257-5767 w o. 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Before attending Feather River College to pursue be- coming a physical therapist, Jordan Rose will travel to Idaho and Washington. He is also considering joining the military. Matthew Rouse will spend his summer as a life- guard before attending Chico State to enter the science or medical field. After working at the Express Coffee Shop this summer, Bianca Ruiz will go to Feather River College. She hopes to then transfer to a four-year university to be- come a teacher. Samuel Ruttschow is joining the United States Navy. He would like to be- come a police officer after his enlistment ends. William Secord is attend- ing Los Angeles Recording School to become a studio en- gineer/music producer. For the summer, Trinity Stirling will travel to Europe. In the fall, she will attend CSU Chico to major in graphic design. George Thunecke will end his exchange in July and return to Germany, where he will attend college to become a teacher. He is also thinking of enlisting in the German military. Sabrina Vieira is moving to Chico this summer before working on becoming a nurse. K.C. Wallace would like, to become an author after attending Feather River College. Joshua Whiting plans to move to RenD and become a mechanic. Samuel Williams will work construction in Sloat this summer before going to Chico to become a CRNA. From the Family of Mervyn Hansen Words cannot express how much we food, beautiful plants and flowers and all the help nuea us, Thankyou to Peter Beck & CliffSutton, Dr. Sattedield, i Phmas and Sue Ann Kruger and Quincy Home Medical attention required at short notice. Also, we thank Fehrman's Mortuary for your of our loved one as well as your professional Church, we thankyou for the use of weather. We gready appreciate your services. Quincy is truly a beautiful place to live, are truly good neighbors and friends. Thank you so memories and honoring him at his memorial and he would often speak of the importance of that have such wonderful family and friends. that he touched your lives & made you feel s that way all through our lives. of sympathy, Sierra Pacific Foundation Awards s369,750.00 in Education Schol00ships The Sierra Pacific Foundation, the philanthropic organization founded by the Emmerson Family, recently marked its thirty-first year in granting scholarships to dependent children of Sierra Pacific Industries. "The Scholarship Committee was very impressed with the caliber of the students that were interviewed," said Carolyn Emmerson Dietz, Foundation President. "We are very pleased to help these fine students further their education," she continued. The Sierra Pacific Foundation was founded in 1979. In addition to scholarships, the Foundation contributes to youth activities and other organizations in the communities where Sierra Pacific Industries operates. The local students pictured below are a few of the 182 students who will collectively receive $369,750.00 to attend colleges, universities and trade schools during the 2010- 2011 school year. Johnny Anderson Anthony Braddick J'essica Camp Luis Campa Esther Labrado Randy Marble Charles Dedeker Logan McCoy Kevin Monroe Neil Monroe Andrew Murphy Growing Healthy Communities...