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Feather River Bulletin Wednesday, June9, 2010 11A  Plumas Christian gradual s 3 in intimate ceremony Plumas Christian School 2010 graduates (from left) Destinee Alice Rosemarie Smith, Gordon "Cole" Peard and Hadassah "Haddie" Joy Sturley proudly display their high school diplomas. Photo submitted. Red Hat Society forming of society. They are the ladies who wear red and pink hats and purple outfits. They throw most rules to the wind, but they still remember their manners and they know how to have fun. They enjoy life to the fullest -- as everyone should. The Red Hats meet once a month, usually for lunch. An organizational meet- ing will be Thursday, June 17, at 10 a.m. for tea at Dunn's Coffee & Fine Teas. For any questions, call Queen Doreene at 283-3538. What exactly is the Red Hat Society? It is a group of women who are approaching 50 and be- yond whose sole purpose is getting.together for fun and friendship. They are the mothers, daughters and grandmothers I The Sports In.jury Hotii-ne (243-7776) : n more or request an ap Family and friends ap- plauded Destinee Smith and "Haddie" Sturley, dressed in traditional white graduation gowns, and "Cole". Peard, in his forest green gown, as they made their way to the plat- form of Springs of Hope Church of Quincy for their high school graduation cere- mony May 29. Diane Seibel played the familiar "Pomp and Circumstance." Terry Adkins, school trustee, board chairman and pastor of Meadow Valley Community Church, gave the invocation. John Sturley, in his 22nd year as principal at Plumas Christian School, welcomed the audience and gave a brief history of the school, high- lighting the academic accom- plishments and opportunities unique to the school. Haddie Sturley joined her sisters, Teddy Jo Sturley, cur- rently the first-grade teacher, and Erin (Sturley) Ransom in singing a medley of favorite hymns, accompanied by Seibel. The highlight of each year's graduation is the individual graduation speeches. Each graduate has the opportunity to uniquely express his apprecia- tion, describe educational high- lights and reveal future plans. Following the speeches, a video presentation shared a brief story about each gradu- ate's life in pictures, evoking laughter and tears as every- one joined them in reminisc- ing about their lives from the cradle to 12th grade. The audience gasped when race scenes of Cole Peard's near fatal crash were shown. Peard, a professional racecar driver, survived a spectacular multi-roll accident during a race. Sturley presented the class to Dr. Victoria Shea, a co- founder of Plumas Christian School, trustee and school board member, for the presen- tation of diplomas. The diplo- mas are replicas of an origi: nal diploma discovered by Ken Shea, the school's co- founder, inside the wall of a house. That diploma was dat- ed around the turn of the 20th century. Haddie Sturley received the Valedictorian Award for the highest grade point average, and Destinee Smith received the Salutatorian Award. Floren Suetos, vice principal, gave a prayer of dedication. For the closing, the audi- ence sang a rendition of the "Sending Forth Song" to the graduates to the tune of Rodgers and Hammerstein's "Edelweiss." A reception and ceiebration dinner followed at the Sturley home. slO00 R Any information leading to the arrest of the individuals in the theft at the Relay Station on May 31 st Stolen items include: Cartons of cigarettes, liquor, misc. small items Security tapes have been turned in to Plumas County Sheriff's Office Contact Deputy Tom Froggatt at 28.3-6375 o o o PIONEER SWIMMING POOL OPENS MONDAY, JUNE 14th! FUN STARTS Group & Private Swim Lessons Pool Available for Private Parties Weekday Lap Swim - 12-1pm Family Swim Ladies Water Aerobics: M.W.F. EARLY BIRD I)ISCOUNT! " I Family Season Swim Passes S | Discounted to 99. Reg =125 o Offer good through June 18 CENTRAL PLUMAS RECREATION DISTRICT 34 Fairgrounds Rd., Quincy 283-3278 web: users.psln.com/recdept semmer is Coming! OIL CHANGE SPECIAL v' Lube, Oil 8, Oil filter change (up to 5 qts) v' Cooling system inspection v" Check al fluid conditions & fill as needed v' 50 Point maintenance inspection v" Tire Rotation if Necessary V" Consultation on any questions about your car ^,.=.... Mr. B's Auto@ 283-1935 213 Danny Ct., East Quincy We look forward to seeing you/