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Feather River Bulletin Wednesday, June 18, 2014 SA :As Allen Oglesby holds his diploma high before hugging Principal Sue Segura, teachers congratulate graduates as they make :their way back to their seats. o ' GRADS, from page 4A beach at Santa Cruz; wild, precious, rhythmic, peaceful "and also unpredictable. He said to think of their future, but also live life in the present, with reason, respect and passion. After the commencement address, Janet Radtke called each student to the podium, where they were congratulated, as they crossed the stage, by Superintendent Micheline Miglis, trustees Bob Tuerck and Leslie Edlund and Principal Sue Segura. As students proceeded back to their seats, they were congratulated by all of their teachers who were lined up below the stage. As the graduates moved their tassels across their caps to signify this important rite of passage, their As Superintendent Micheline Miglis, left, and senior class president Claire Kepple look on, Trojan award winner James Connelly accepts recognition from fellow Trojan award winners Nancy Gambell, Milt Beer and Chris Murray. senior song, "Don't you forget about me," began to play. In an orchestrated finale, the students threw their caps high in the air in an age-old celebratory ceremony that marks a giant step toward adulthood. dare Mowing Lawn Aeration Fertilizing Free stzmates Pruning ' ~ Competitive Rates- Weed Eating  Now serving Graeagle! Spring Clean-up w ' 283-2921. Bob Jonos PUTTING AMERICANS BACK TO WORK ONE YARD AT A TIME Open Gym ,,   :'-=::!= 0 Charge 3:30pm , 6:00pro luno900&lune23 m Springs of Hope Christian Fellowship 59 Bell Lane, Quincy 530-927-7626 d Tou 21st Noon ........  ............ ,,,,, ...... , , r, II , II I II II I I, ,, SOLAR POWERED SINCE 982 SOLAR ELECTRICITY HAS NEVER BEEN SO AFFORDABLE! PSREC customers: ~ $1.85/watt, DC* PG&E customers: ~ $2.48/watt, DC* Includes all materials, permit, taxes,shipping, complete 10 year warranty and installation by Bill Battagin, local, licensed contractor with 20+ years experience both 0ff-grid and Grid-tied Low on funds? Low interest financing for qualifying purchasers. 284-7849 FREE ESTIMATES CA Lic #874049 *Calculated using panel nameplate DC wattage. Roof mounted, after all applicable rebates, incentives. Other restictions may apply. Paid political advertisement Fresh Effective Leadership Expand Economic Opportunity integrity & Accountability THANK YOU FOR YOUR VOTE I, as well as the "Campaign Committee", want to thank all of you who voted for me n the June Primary Election. Your support is greatly appreciated and has energized the team to continue working hard as we move forward to the November run-off election. Your trust is appreciated. Sincerely, Jim Judd Jim Judd 530-836- 7311 Paid for by the Commitee to Elect Jim Judd Richard K. Stockton, CLU ChFC, Agent Insurance Lic. #0B68653 Providing Insurance & Financial Services 65W. Main St., Quincy, CA 95971 (530) 283-0565 Fax (530) 283-5143 WE LIVE WHERE YOU LIVE See why State Farm* insures more drivers than GEICO and Progressive combined. Great service, plus discounts of up to 40 percent.* Like a good neighbor, State Farm is there? CALL FOR QUOTE 24/7. 800StateFarm TM Q. from page 1A meeting site. Group will view outstanding natural diversity, including carnivorous plants. For information: leader Wes, 342-5123. Monday: Rattlesnake Aversion Training for Dogs. Specialized one-on-one training by Natural Solutions Wildlife Enterprises teaches dogs to stay away from curious sound, scent of rattlesnakes. Recommended for dogs 6 months and older. $70. For information, including location and appointment times: Karen Hayden, 616-1315, Telestroke go-live event and presentation, 6 p.m., grassy area at Plumas District Hospital. Public welcome to attend, learn more about new robotic telemedicine stroke detection. Refreshments by Young's Market. Monday - Friday: Vacation Bible School, 3- 5:15 p.m., Seventh-Day Adventist Church at 2333 Pine St. Children ages 5 - 14 invited to attend free "Living Water" program including Bible stories, songs, games, snacks, crafts. Registration Mon 2:30 - 3 p.m. Eyeryone invited to kids' presentation Fri 5:15 - 6 p.m., followed by dinner. For information: Nina, 283-1512; Helene, 283-2727. Tuesday: Summer Reading Club begins, 1 -2 p.m., Plumas County Library. Program for kids 5- 12 continues through July 29. Paws to Read theme includes visits from animals, those who work with them. For information: 283-6310, doramitchell@countyofplum CELEBRATION OF LIFE Join us in a Celebration of Life for Janet Thomas Saturday, June 21, from 1 - 4 p.m., at the Elks Lodge, 2004 East Main Street, Quincy. For more information, please call (530) 283-0443. LOSE YOUR Let us diagnose & recharge your air conditioner! Frank's Garage 9 Bresciani Lane, Quincy 927-8733 Plumas00Jk DISTRICT HOSPITAL Nicole (Nicki) Marceau, Dental Biller Nic has helped us tremendously by temporarily stepping into the role of a full time dental assistant and working to train a new assistant, while still continuing with her current position as a biller. She has frequently gone above and beyond of what is expected of her, always has a pleasant demeanor and is very thorough and professional in both her positions. We are very proud to have her as a part of our team. Congratulations Nicki Marceau Plumas District Hospital Employee of the Month of May 2014 Check Out Our PLUMASNEWS.COM