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8A Wednesday, June 13, 2012 Feather River Bulletin Plumas Charter School 2012 graduate Nicole Marks urges anyone thinking of dropping out, as she did, to stay in school. She credited teacher Laura Beaton with pushing her to graduate, which helped her get a job. Photos by Mona Hill Sarah Rhodes told the crowd she'd come to Plumas Charter School because she was told she couldn't do something" "If I had not come to PCS, I wouldn't have achieved all that I have." Charter school graduation Heather Pence urges classmates, "Never forget those who gave you a chance." Pence, who attended Plumas Charter School since the seventh grade, added that she was leaving "with not only a good education, but also good friends." ...................... '7 Indian Valley Academy Director Sue Weber drew on her experience working with Mother Teresa~ tightrope walker Jean Francois Gravelet-Blondin and 1988 Olympian Eddie the Eagle as examples of achieving life's dreams. She urged graduates to swallow their fears and to take a leap of faith to reach their goals. PO Satscan Electronics Box 209, Quincy, CA 95971 (530) 283-3800 Brings It Down To Earth AUTHORIZED RETAILER Dloclammr 014mite (1 dlec at a~}: Only a~labln wl51 nw qaJdlP~lg O~H smvk;a ac~vaDd be~ 5/21/12 ard 7/31/12~ ~ h~ 3 ~ ~ ~ ~, ~ ~ a ~ d ~ @~ ~ $~ (~ $1~) andlm mgnm,~ng pomp .~ m pm~Kwd boa= pdct Pmmo~r~ pdcu =~hw for S mnU= pro~d~ We sumolboto bo~ ompon=~ ~ ~ N M ~.~ 3 ~, ~ ~ ~ b ~ ~ (tWdle ililpmll W~Tdmal pltee al lpplee to 1tour pmgmmrdno podqe). Roqubm ONbO GISH account for discs by mall; bfoo~V~nd ~ ~ ~ ~; HO ~ ~ ~ ~ ~. ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ at parlckldng Dlnd~siom, Ofler nnt a~ln Pumto race nr g& Vkgin I~. ~ to T~ aed imme chmm not ~ ~ ~ ~, D~talHomA~an=~tdanreqm= 24-mm~aonmmt n ndt ;~k~o~ C~ek~o fu ~Sl7~O/mmdh m~dek~ appa= ~u~l. Utm,~id ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~, ~ ~ ~ td~ ha~ ~ oreaD op~ln for ~]SH ~,lld ongm mdemp~n at wt~m~.c~ffi/O~mllklObmltm no kdor U,an 45 days ~ ~ ~. ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~. $1~ ~ ~ on~. tlp~ fee, menOay ~em, and im~ on ronber =~d t-foe of ~cs~,e~ wE apply. YOU rn=t Mdy em~e rdmeT'tme Anydme f~dure; ~ Jecal d,4me~ ~oodcast i~ HO (n= a~able i0 = ~). Lmtieom ar~lyto ~oco~og hmn, HO h~d dd~ ace compno~ reed o~ equ~nord =mrmy M=a~o ~o~ ma~ IV ~: ~, ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ = ~ ~ ~. ~ ~ ~ ~. 0111~ mdlabie 1or rm~md ~all~ f~mlr ~ and ends ?/31/12. H6~, OOenla~ and r~ chamois ar~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~, ~. ~E ~ a ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ a ~ Conm. STARZ and re~ t~ and em n~ ~e pmpml~ e~ S~2 ~ LLC "When you come in dead last, always smile for the camera; and when the cameras turn away, you can go home and say to yourself, 'Oh, it was brilliant.'" --Sue Weber Indian Valley Academy .......... f:l i ft,tor .' %: gle Outpost Open All Summer 7:00 am - 6:00 pm 836-2414 . At the Mill Pond in Graeagle LATTES, MOCHAS, ~l. ~l'~ ESPRESSO! Hot Dogs, Nachos, Soft-Serve Ice Cream and our FAMOUS frozen Graeagle Mocha LIVE MUSIC and Dessert Every Wednesday Evening. 6-iSh to 9-ish Rent a paddle boat June 20 through or kayak and , Mid-September enjoy the pond! Free High-Speed Internet rlqr SAT. JUNE 16, 2012 10AM-DUSK MAIN STREET TAYLORSVILLE A FUN FILLED DAY OF EXCITING EVENTS FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY] Breakfast at the Fire Hall 7am - 10am Live Music Food Local Crafters Antiques Model A Cars Rib Cook-Off. Take a horse & buggy ride and experience the history of Taylorsville's Historic sites ,-,Authentically dressed cowboys sponsored by the Quincy Museum ~ Visit Our amazing museum Drawing for prizes Local fund raiser for pool Schools 4-H Club For more information call Debbie 530-284-7622 or 530'284-3385