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Feather River Bulletin Wednesday, June 27, 2012 3A I~ tO OroviUe ~ .~ ' Quincy I al Pomona I* East Quincy Meet PDH voluntee The Plumas District Hos-the LifeLine program pital Volunteers has ex-and/or the PDH Volunteer panded its efforts, and with Scholarship Program are the growth come many newinvited to come and learn volunteer opportunities,more about the organiza- On Thursday, June 28, tion and meet the from 11 a.m. - 1 p.m. the members. group will host a meet and Plumas District Hospital greet at the Rotary Pavilion Volunteers is a sponsor of in Pioneer Park, in EastCommunity Connections Quincy. so any volunteer hours Individuals who are in- served with the PDH Vol- terested in supporting unteers are eligible for Plumas District Hospital, time credits. High Sierra Music Festival has moved its staging area to the end of Railway Avenue, which will change traffic flow in Quincy for a few hours Thursday morning, July 5. Map courtesy High Sierra Music Festival Shannon Morrow for this year's event, grounds. Quincy residents This is to prevent people from Sports Editor The initial staging area has can expect increased traffic walking into the festival to save smorrow@plumasnews.combeen moved to Railway Field on Lawrence Street, Main camping spots and will pro- at the end of Railway Avenue. Street and through the stop- mote "first-come first-served." The High Sierra Music Festi- Formerly, vel icles wouldlight at Main Street and Quin- Railway Field will open at 4 val, which will be held Thurs- stage in Junction Field off cy Junction Road during that p.m. Wednesday, July 4, for day, July 5, through Sunday, Quincy Junction Road. three-hour time period, early queuing, and there will July 8, at the Plumas-Sierra From 8 to 11 a.m. Thursday, Festival participants must be a $20 charge per vehicle. County Fairgrounds, has vehicles will be proceeding be in a vehicle to enter the Participants are encouraged changed its entry procedures from Railway Field to the fair- fairgrounds during that time. to not arrive before 4 p.m. Learning to bird watch Fourth-graders from Quincy Elementary School enjoy bird watching with Paul Hardy, executive director of the Feather River Land Trust, on the Leonhardt Ranch Learning Landscape in Quincy. As part of their science curriculum, the students visited several Learning Landscapes over the school year, including the Pearce Ranch in Taylorsville and the Maddalena Ranch in the Sierra Valley. Learning Landscapes is a land trust program designed to create outdoor education opportunities within walking distances of a!l schools in Plumas County. From left: Melia Hall, Natalee Olhiser, Jessie Richardson, Parker IVlcMaster and Hardy. Photo by Helene Lemnah 00 Save 25% on sunglass frames for prescription & non-prescription eyewear. Savings for the entire family! Oakley, Nike, Fendi, and many more/ Open Monday- Friday, 8am- 5pm FRIDEN OPTOMETRY FAMILY EYE CARE CONTACT LENSES Jonathan Fride~ O.D. 68 Central Ave. Quincy 283-2020 Complete yision and eye care, Optometrists and Ophthalmologists on staff, Vision and Eye examinations, treatment of eye disease, cataract surgery, foreign body removal, threshold visual field analysis, contact lenses, glasses (large selection of inexpensive to designer eyewear), low vision aids for the visually impaired, and vision therapy for learning related vision problems Need help REPLACING Or REPAIRING: DOORS TRIM WINDOWS PLUMBING ROOFING ELECTRICAL If it's something we can't fix, we'll find somebody @ho can. Calif. Lic. #453927 (530) 283-2035 Come Celebrate Our 60th! Gordon and Roberta Burton will be celebrating their 60th Wedding Anniversary on July 4th. Come on over and celebrate with us at our home away from home of 23 yL ars at Caribou Crossroads, Campground and Cafe. We're the owners of Golden Caribou Mining Association also located at Caribou Crossroads Campground Space #8. Call 530-283-5141. Hope to see you there! Graeagl Outpost Open All SummerI 7:00 am - 6:00 pm 836-2414 At the Mill Pond in Graeagle :l'l: LATTES, MOCHAS, ESPRESSO! MUSIC' ' Hot Dogs, Nachos, Soft-Serve Ice Cream'"- LIVE and our FAMOUS frozen Graeagle Mocha and Dessert Every Wednesday Evening 6-ish to 9-ish June 20 through Mid-Septemb High-Speed Interact Rent a paddle boat or kayak and enjoy the pond! f'