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6A Wednesday, June 23, 2010 Feather River Bulletin Getting down for Sinatra The Footloose Community Performance Team gets down during the Footloose Studio of the Arts spring dance recital Wednesday, June 16, at Quincy High School. The evening's theme was "Salute to Sinatra and Other Sweet Treats." The community team performed two numbers, "Sing, Sing, Sing" and "Jump." Photos by Delaine Fragnoli Ramona Eaglesmith choreographed the electrifying modern dance "Jupiter," which featured Sara Taylor-Mays (right), Wendy Yates, Kyonna Carey, Kelsey McEIroy, Martha Wright, Breeann Taylor-Mays and Sara Murphy (left). ,/ SCHUYLER COLLISION/ k,. BENNETT ENTERPRISES is now spraying colors available Schuyler COLLISION'REPAIR 43B Alta Avenue (behind SavMor Gas Station) Quincy, CA The recital featured dancers of all ages in a variety of costumes, from the adorable to the out- rageous. The Footloose studio will resume classes Aug. 30. Registration is Wednesday and Thursday, Aug. 25-26. For more information call 283-3259 or 249-1184. RAYMOND PAINTING'00 "'Recession Busting Prices"* Interior & Exterior Paint and Stain No Job Too Big orToo Small Serving Plumas & Sierra counties for over 20 years -.. *Call for pre-season pricing --, ATTORN ..... Free , Wills -Trusts. Estate Planning R6al ' Probate Mediatiofi ; 530-283-9945 836- 1339 j Bankruptcy Defense w LIFETIME GUARANTEE  CA Lic.#759277 N by our trained professionals. /# II tt Northeastern Rural Health Clinics is dedicated to improving the health and wellness of our community. To further our commitment, effective July 1, 2010, NORTHEASTERN HEALTH CENTER WILL BE A TOBACCO-FREE FACILITY. No tobacco products of any kind will be allowed on the premises or in the parking lot, by staff, patients or visitors. This includes cigarettes, cigars, chewing tobacco, or any other tobacco-related products. Thank you for your cooperation. Northeastern Rural Health Clinics Quality healthcare Your choice... Our commitment Notice of a Local Tea Party Meeting Saturday, June 26th 2010 7PM to 8:30PM at: The Graeagle Fire Hall Please come if you believe in: 1. Holding lawmakers fiscally accountable 2. Standing for strict compliance to our National Constitution 3. Limiting government 4. Supporting free market solutions If you are concerned about the direction our country is headed and would like to learn how you can make a difference, please attend this meeting. This is a non-partisan group, YOU are Invited. For more information, contact: Maureen and Bob Tarantino at 530/836-0106 Sandy and Dave Hopkins at 530/823-2310 check our website at: www.norcaltea0arty0atriots,org Support the local economy and Invest in Plumas County! Sat, June 26 llam-2pm Watch Julie in action as she creates a one-of-a-kind work of art. Briar Patch Open 7 days Downtown Graeagle 836-2588 Check Out Our