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2A Wednesday, June 20, 2012 Feather River Bulletin Pioneer Elementary mart's;' its lasi da3;' "It's kind of sad. This was my first experience here. My girls went to school here, my granddaughters went here," said volunteer and grandpa Marty McCracken, who assisted with the Egg Drop on Pioneer Elementary Fun Day, the very last day of school. Fun games with a giant parachute were a big draw for students on the last day of school. Head custodian Frank Carey and K-1 teacher Ms. Westwood stand high above an excited crowd of students on Pioneer's last day of the 2012 school year. Students created containers to surround raw ' eggs, which were then taken 40 feet high and dropped to the ground in a test of survival. The monkey bars promote agility and strength, qualities that Pioneer students possess. Photos by Laura Beaton With Pioneer Elementary School closing its doors for good, heartfelt goodbyes from students to Principal Terry Oestreich take on a whole new meaning. Recycle Your E-Waste for Free! TVs, Monitors and Electronics (no hazardous waste or appliances) Saturday June 30, 2012 9am to 4pm at each of the following Feather River Disposal sites: Quincy- Abernethy Lane Chester -. Hwy 36 & A- 13 Greenville - Greenville Dump Road From everyday collection to environmental protection, Think Green. Think Waste Management. Feather River Disposal, Inc. 283-2004 Serving Quincy, Greenville, Chester/Lake Almanor i, WASTE MANAGEMENT Think Green: "I've been here for my entire career. This is mysite. I've been taking care of it for nine years. I'm going to miss Pioneer. I just hope that they maintain this and keep it clean," said head custodian and Volunteer fireman Frank Carey, who orchestrated the Egg Drop. "People are sad -- nobody likes changes and it's going to be a big change." Carey will be head custodian next year at Quincy Elementary School. SLURRY SEALCOATING SSIH OIL HOT CRACK FILLING PATCHING FREE ESTIMATES SERVING ALL OF PLUMAS & LASSEN COUNTIES 1377 ARLINGTON RD. SP. 87 TAYLORSVILLE CA 95983 C-12 CA LIC. #762465 530 - 284 - 1474 G THE L ---GE Ill AT WHITEHAWK RESTAURANT Pull 3 course dinner, silent auon aM raMe. Cocktails at ::oo Dinner at 6:00 Re3ervaons Recluire_l Non-perishable foocl 4onations will be collectecl for l= FCAN, oor local food bnl n Fortol. KEEl:" IT LOCAl' ,s a prf , to SUppOrt programs that provicle valuable r I