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Feather River Bulletin Wednesday, June 20, 2012 3A Music department g,ves scholarships The Quincy High School Music Department recently awarded several scholarships to underclassmen. The Clarence R. Schott Memorial Music Fund was founded to help promising young QHS musicians fund attendance at an approved summer music camp of their choice. Schott was the highly esteemed and well-remem- bered music teacher at QHS for 36 years. Successful appli- cants are selected for: --Having an infectious love of music that they can share with others. --Having given themselves for the betterment of the group. --Representing the QHS music program and QHS posi- tively. --Being likely to graduate with a personal expectation or commitment to in some way make their own future contribution to the QHS mu- sic program. After an extensive audition and application process, four first-place ($150 each) and two second-place ($50 each) win- ners were selected. First-place winners are Ava Hagwood, French horn; Kendal Hicks, clarinet; Jen- nifer Hoffman, flute; and Breeann Taylor-Mays, trumpet. Second-place winners are Jennifer Mathes, clarinet; and Dylan Merrill, percussion. "Congratulations to all of the applicants!" said Tan- ner Johns, music program director. Summer program targets teen girls Do you have a teen daugh- ter or know a teen girl look- ing for summer activities? Now is the time to sign up for the Girl's Rite summer pro, gram. The program is for lo- cal girls ages 12 - 18. It gets them outdoors and focuses on solving problems, establish- ing leadership skills, making healthy lifestyle choices and learning effective communi- cation skills. The group meets most Mon- days and Fridays from 12:30 to 5:30 p.m., starting June 29 and continuing until the first week of August. All activities THE GRAE^00LE LIGHTING COMPANY Masons to flip pancakes Members of Quincy's Ma- sonic family will be hosting their semi-monthly pancake breakfast Saturday, June 23, at the Masonic Hall, 70 Harbi- son St. across from the li- brary. Breakfast starts at 7 a.m. and goes until 10:30. The menu consists of scrambled eggs, sausage, OJ, coffee, hot chocolate and all- you-can-eat pancakes. Dona- tions at the door are $6 for adults, $3 for children under 12 and $5 for students with ID. The Masons invite every- one to come meet old friends and make new friends. Proceeds go to the scholar- ship fund and other fraternal purposes. start and end at Women's Mountain Passages at 355 Main St. in Quincy, across from Plumas Bank. Space is limited to 12 girls; those who are interested should contact Jennifer Kauf- mann, Girl's Rite coordina- tor, at 283-0859 or Jennifer@ WomensMountainPa ssages. org. Girl's Rite ]s offered through Women's Mountain Passages; a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. Activities in this all-girl summer program help develop personal, peer group, community and envi- ronmental connections. Par- ticipants also explore the lo- cal area, go hiking and swim- ming, and have fun doing all kinds of other activities with other girls. The emphasis is on exploring individuality and ways to work through challenges and building self- confidence through outdoor recreation and team building. SUMMIT Mark Smith CEXP, CBI CA LIC#01525569 lumas & Lassen Counties nly Licensed & Certified Business Broker callTdential EE Business Value Consultation 30-836-1570 Graeagle Kicking up their heels tonigh00 The award-winning Footloose Competition Dance Team, shown here in the tap number "Fancy Footwork," will be among the groups performing at the Footloose Studio of the Arts dance recital tonight, Wednesday, June 20, 6 p.m. at the Quincy High School small gym. All ages and dance styles will be represented in the two-hour program. Entrance is free, but donations are appreciated. From left: Lily McDonald, Whitney Maclntyre (obscured), Shealyn Schwartz, Samantha Webb (obscured), Gracie Taylor-Mays, Bree Taylor-Mays and Sara Taylor-Mays. Photo by Delaine Fragnoli isite Lighting Carpets Hardwood/ Laminate Flooring Hunter Douglas Blines Rediscover your love of reading Summer is a great time to catch up on all the books you haven't been able to get to. Our trusted eye care professionals provide excellent patient care and quality eyewear that makes reading fun again! CaE us today to make an appointment. 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