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let River~"ather River Bulletin Tuesday, July 3, 2001 7& Emily Biddle and Renee chroers, teen health aides Plumas County Pub- Health Agency, developed md implemented health elementary school Lesson topics were "Peer "Injuries in the "Fire Safety," "Bicy- [e Safety," and "Babysit- More than 300 students 115 classes learned a range skills ,from how to say no pressure, to how to with a nosebleed, to how ride a bike safely and re- Biddle and Schroers were that teachers from schools were ic. Although pre- s were limited to one per classroom due to time constraints, many teach- ers wanted to sign up for more than one and are eager to sign up again next year. These lessons were offered as part of a teen pregnancy prevention program started in 1997 that is funded by the Office of Community Chal- lenge Grants. The goal of this part of the project is to pro- vide health education to ele- mentary school students and leadership opportunities for teens. Plans are in the mak- ing to include this part of the program again in the next school year, 2001-2002. For more information, con- tact Lori Pini, Plumas Coun. ty Public Health Agency, at 283-6406. Students from Uz Leahy's nn /a chin ated skits about bow to say no to peer pressure From left: Jemdca Bennett, Holly Sternberg, Janlcs Redman and Jesslca Lusk. Photo submitted 2 7th Annual ment, ,nty , wed W L turday, July 7th 9 am -4 pm selected items Hallmark Cards Gifts Jewelry Home Decor Souvenirs Holiday & Seasonal Items HOMEMADE FUDGE IJINCY ' DRUG STORE E.ST 157S 493 W. Main, Quincy 283-0480 Most store Many Unusual Items Stationers 531 Main St. * Quincy * 283-2266 -ticket In celebration o[ P_.lhe's 3rd anniversary anyone who makes a purchase receives a discount. [3ring your items to the register, pick-a-ticket for sdvings o[- fo% off. Come join the [un S, tur&y. luly 7th ". -,; pm l]llie's Dress Shop 4Dq Main St." Ouincy L,x., ted in the gdrment district off on items inside such as Birdhouses, Village Candles, Pillars & Floral Stems Outside items 30% - 50% off Open Saturday 10 am - 5 pm 91 Bradley Street " Quincy 283-9999 7 NORTHERN HAIR CO. 458 Main St., Quincy 283-3302 * 283-3760 II "We Toss 'era, They're Awesome" 490 W. Main St. Quincy ,.- Musicians & Music Fans in tune wlth all your musical needs. visit us at our new location next to ,: ~ the Quincy post office. MONOLITH MUSIC 231 Main St. Quincy In the Post office Complex 283-4913 r" .............. =1 ' 25% off any I I ' Accessory Item ] I | (w.r coupon. Exp ,es July 7, 2001) i