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Feather River Bulletin Wednesday, June 16, 2010 7A !i :ii: ._ " i! ~le, Natalie Ray and AshJley York'Tlen dl:r'ang ~ ~;']ngnPTa~:d;~lanast. QuiScy High School's 2010 graduation ceremony. ~,epp ove e rivalries and the typical drama encoun- They both exhorted students to rtse ab p.tty_ .... ~ ..... ortive community= of which - ~ 0, the com asslonate d~nu =ul~H . tered in high school Remember -- ~.P~*~ "Never let impossible enter your mind. you are a part, said Ray. Kepple told grauu= .... -- -- Graduating senior and class valedictorian Kelsey Kepple is joined by her sisters, Natalie and Claire, in a beautiful a cappella rendition of the Star Spangled Banner during the Presenta- tion of the Colors by Boy Scout Troop #151. ~ ~#~i~,~)~ ..%~*. ,o :::< :i!ii!i~i:i!: : ::IIY Doug Oglesby plays "Amazing Grace" on baritone sax. accompanied by Garrett Hagwood and music director Johns. He was Tanner :iI}i::i~: :. Ashley Renee Rees-Bush looks radiant as she receives her di ploma and a hug from principal Dr. Sue Segura. Time to celebrate! An enthusiastic new graduate grabs her diploma and heads out happily into the world beyond high school. As he crosses the stage to receive his diploma, Joshua Whiting gets a hug from Terry Gallagher, the keynote speaker at this year's graduation. Salutatorian Andrew Murphy philosopher at heart, impa high school" On a slightly only how you play them." has his medal placed around his neck by his parents. Murphy, a rted this wisdom to his fellow graduates: "Fish sticks are not like more se rious note, he said, "You can't change the cards you have, Photos by Linda Satchwell PAID POLITICAL ADVERTISEMENT 0' O4, It's been one week ago since our state's primary election - and ! reflect on the past few months, weeks.' Thank you to ALL of you, for your support, encouragement and positive energy. ! have visited with many old friends, met many new ones - and look forward to knowing many more. As they say: "it's all about the journey..." I am prepared to work harder, to earn your trust and your vote in November and to continue my commitment to become your next supervisor. We are blessed to live in such a special place: Plumas County. Together... we will keep it that way. Thank you for your support! See you soon! -- Dick Lundy PAID FOR BY THE COMMITTEE TO ELECT LUNDY FOR SUPERVISOR 2010