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Feather River Bulletin Wednesday, June 27, 2012 5A Local author David Ma- country dancing through my tuszak has revived free free lessons, the sports bar country dance lessons in will be inclined to set aside Quincy. Matuszak's summerone evening a week for coun- series of country dance try music and dancing." lessons began Wednesday, Matuszak will offer his June 20, and will continue free country dance lessons Wednesday evenings Wednesday evenings from 7 through Aug. 1, excluding to 8:30 p.m. The lessons are the Fourth of July. designed for first-time Matuszak is a summer- dancers. Matuszak insists, time resident of Plumas "The two-step is a particu- County and is best known larly easy dance. Don't be for his two books, "Nelson afraid to try it. We review Point" and "The Cowboy's every week for first-timers. Trail Guide to Westerns." ff you can walk in the door, I Matuszak said, "I've been promise that you'll be danc- disappointed for the past 25 ing by the time you leave." years that.there's never been Students don't need part- a place in Quincy to dance a nets to attend; singles and Texas two-step." For the past couples are invited. Begin- few summers Matuszak has ning Texas two-step, the been developing interest in standard country dance, will country dancing with his be emphasized. Other dances free lessons at the Main covered will be the cowboy Street Sports Bar in Quincy. cha-cha, cowboy waltz and The author is an avid Houston shuffle. No line country dancer and dance dancing for Matuszak: "Real instructor in southern Cali- cowboys don't line dance. If fornia during the winter, you want to dance by your- Matuszak said, "If I can de- self, stay home and turn on velop enough interest in the radio!" Just like gardens, kids need sun and dirt to grow too. The Digging In summer garden programs in Quincy and Greenville still have space available for kids who are entering grades two' through six. At these fun day camps, kids will explore gar- den flora and fauna, eat veg- gies that they grow them- selves, do art projects and most importantly -- get dirty. The Quincy Digging In program~]~ Io~a=ted~at the Alder st'r et Garden, adja- cent to Quincy Elementary School. At this site, kids will get to help build a cob bench, take walking field trips up Boyles Ravine and prepare snacks from the garden. The Quincy camp runs Tuesdays and Thursdays from 9 a.m. to noon through Aug. 23. The Greenville Digging In program is located at the Greenville Community Gar- den behind the Indian Val- ley Community Center. The program will run Wednes- days 9 a.m. - noon (kids on- ly), followed by a 2 - 5 p.m. session where families are welcome to attend too. The sliding scale registra- tion fee ranges from a full program cost of $150 to a 25 percent program cost of $38, and full scholarships are available as well. Apply on- line at, or call. 283-3611, ext. *839 (Quincy site), or 284-1960 (Greenville site). NEWSMAKER 1VIakenzie Camilla Davis, of George Fox University is Quincy, is on the spring 2012 ranked by Forbes and Dean's List at George Fox Kiplinger's among the top University in Newberg, Ore. Christian colleges in the Davis is a junior, majoring in country. It offers bachelor's journalism. Her parents are degrees in more than 40 ma- William and Kimi Coates. jors, degree-completion pro- To qualify for the Dean's grams for working adults, List, a student must earn a five seminary degrees and 11 3.5 grade-point average for at master's and doctoral de- least one term. grees. DRIVEWAY MAINTENANCE SLURRY SEALCOATING SSIH OIL HOT CRACK FILLING PATCHING- FREE ESTIMATES SERVING ALL OF PLUMAS & LASSEN COUNTIES 1377 ARLINGTON RD. 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Photo by Laura Beaton to Plumas County Museum of the 1878 Variel Home on social, cultural and service Relay raises $60,000 Relay for Life, a maj)r fundraiser for the American Cancer Society, took place June 23 at featured 15 teams ard raised over $60,000. Donations may still be made at Great Northern 283-0558. Photo by Lau'a Beaton Feather River College. The event Hair Co 458 Main St. in Quincy, TVs, Monitors and Electronics (no hazardous waste or appliances) at each of the following Feather River Disposal sites: - Abernethy Lane - Hwy 36 & A-13 Greenville Dump Road From everyday collection to envi tal protection, Think Green. Think Waste Management. r Disposed, Inc. 283-2004 Serving Quincy, Greenville, Chester/Lake Almanor WASTE MANAGEMENT Think en: