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Feather River Bulletin Wednesday, July 7, 2010 7A Passing 1he gauel Rick Foster (left) the outgoing Quincy Rotary Club president, accepts a past president plaque from the newly installed club leader Ken George. George's board of directors for the new year is John DeSelle, Mike Summerfield, Jim Boland, Mike Taborski, Dick Hath- away, Ron Taylor and vice president Tim Gallagher. George said the service club has sev- eral community projects planned for his year that began July 1. A large part of the club's energy is focused on students at all age levels as evidenced by its ongoing participation in the reading program for first-graders, giving third-grade students dictionaries, awarding local scholarships, hosting speech and music contests and a cultural youth exchange pro- gram for both incoming and outgoing students. Photo by Mike Taborski Saddle up for families in need Quincy Riding Stables will host a benefit ride Saturday, July 17, inviting participants to "Saddle Up for a Cause." Proceeds from the trail ride will go to support Tru-Com- munity, a local nonprofit dedi- cated to assisting families in need during medical emergen- cies. The six-mile ride begins at 10 a.m. and winds gently along wooded trails from New England Ranch at 2571 Quincy Junction Road to Quincy Rid- ing Stables. Cost is $20 per rider and in- cludes barbecue lunch, T- shirt and sponsor sheet. Rental horses are also avail- able with advance reserva- tions. Sign up early at Pet Coun- try, the Quincy DMV office, New England Ranch, Quincy Riding Stables, Plumas Coun- /iii i!ii iiiiiiilJi • Manual & Aquatic Therapy • Orthopedic & Sports Injuries * Post-surgical Rehabilitation . Sciatica Program PEUMAS PHYSICAL THERAPY Kory Felker, MPT 78 Central Ave., Quincy 283-2202 Need help REP ING CONSTRUCTION SINCE 1984 m General Building Contractor Calif. Lic. #453927 (530) 283-2035 J • Mobile "alist !!!i: ............................ \\; Colorful Savings From Gray's ... PERENNIALS Establish the beauty in your garden that comes back year after year ... 20 % OFF S499 6 pack reg 5  Foxglove • Columbine • Delphinium • Blackeyed Susan • Gaillardia • Geum Balloon Flower * Lavender • Flashing Light Dianthus • Lobelia Cardinalis • and more! HADE & FRUIT TREES 20O//o OFF Maple * Birch * Ginkgo * Varigated Box Elder * English Hawthorn Crabapples • Flowering Plum • Quaking Aspen • Japanese Maples Golden Chain Tree • Liquldambar • Tulip Tree and more... ON SALE- Add color with ease ... assorted ANNUALS 529 S189s 6 pack Reg. 2195 • Petunias (many colors) • Pentas ,j • Marigolds • Snapdragons • Salpiglossis "7 • Salvia • Verbena • Impatiens • Dianthus and lots, lots more! BLOOMING ROSE BUSHES 5 gal. Reg. 2495 €' Unique u' Different cHaroy cBeautitul SHADE- & SUN- LOVING SHRUBS Lots of varieties including Hydrangeas ani ... Come see for yourselfl Another new quality at Grays ... S P We have a" fertilizer for every use! OMRI CERTIFIED SALE PRICES GOOD 7/7 - 7/13/10 Our roots deep in Plumas County • Quality & Experience Since 1946 Where we love our plants enough to raise them here Full Service Florist -.- Don't forget, we deliver! 41796 Hwy. 70, Quincy Mon.-Fri.: 8:30am - 5:30pm Near Feather River College Sat.: 9am - 5pm 283-2010 aosed Sundays