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Record, Reporter Wedne~day, Aug ,~g 200! 7B l i rary cards to I supply lists y? to new clothes, make their this school bar coded Plumas card, which card has become the school theyql be able books for re- for recre- the library's on any }uter. has a subscrip- an 'and newspaper ar- is a terrific re- on health, or current events. StUdent goes to i "Library Home- can choose Electric enter his library give your he needs to Sport Shooting will be hosting annual Quincy fund-raising Sept. 29. held in the Tulsa at the Plumas- Fairgrounds, at 6 p.m. A dinner of chicken or will be will for beverages. tickets will event at a cost succeed in school, make sure that reading aloud is a daily activity. Reading aloud is one of the most important things you can do to improve reading readiness, develop vocabulary, improve atten- tion span and listening abili- ty, and generally create a strong bond with your child. Children whose parents have read to them learn to read earlier, and usually do better in school than those who had no one read aloud to them. Even if you send your kids to school every day, how can you be sure that their educa- tion will prepare them for the rest of their lives? No matter how wonderful a teacher is, she still only sees her students for a few hours each day. "Raising Lifelong Learners," by Lucy Calkins, shows how much learning time is available to parents, and how to make everyday events into learning experi- ences. Simply talking to your child, according to Calkins, is an excellent way to build their vocabulary and literacy skills. In comparison with an average of 30 hours per week watching television, Ameri- can fathers spend an average of 15 minutes a week talking to their children. Us- ing examples, including those from her own experi- ence as a parent, Calkins shows how to nurture your child's future through read- ing aloud, encouraging writ- ing, and fostering creative play. The last section of the book, authored by Lydia Bellino (a former teacher and school principal), includes valuable information on choosing a preschool, learn- ing about the public school's curriculum, and building partnerships with teachers. Every child should be a lifelong learner, and though the library and the schools can help, education begins in your home. II semester will be held for items, including framed wildlife zlpture, jewelry, 1 others. The din- t stubs will be for door prizes the evening. e will be tickets many additional Prizes that will be Between the auc- :ontest, approxi- firearms will be your friends for evening with ex- great people, an outstanding contact Larry at 283-1772 or John 3-3SS3. now for a Label 12 ga. shot- each, with only to be sold. Les of Quincy, do- Shotgun. Unlimited, Eric will be annual dinner on 15, so mark It promises gger and better time, held in the Hall for attendance and for the auc- items. guns this Benellis, along )ther small arms And what a to acquire a rR Print for that the fireplace! In something for cock- to preview specialties, bid auction and en- Dine on bar- while auctioneer Gene 259 3945 for a The registration office at Feather River College was a busy place last week as students prepared class. The fall semester begins Monday, Aug. 27, but students may register through Sept. 7. for the avid stitcher X-Stitch, Fabric & Notions September Classes Available (530) 258-3901 Sept. 8 - Reverse Applique Saturday 10 - 4 pm * $20.00 * with Pat Littlefield Sept. 15 - Ripped Woven Vest Saturday 10 - 4 pm $30.00 * with Linda McLaughlin A new! stock of quality yarns due in Aug. - Sept. UFO - Thursday Evenings 5:30 - 9:00 Monday - Saturday 10:00 - 5:00 pm Sunday 12:00-4:00 135-6E Main St. Chester Jerry Holland (standing); Kent Frid (seated) Cp I, Lq i ;! .i Calls came in from all over Plumas & Lassen counties. We enrolled many new students and we were able to provide information to many others. Advertising gets the word out! It is an investment that pays off!. 283-3851 or 888-509-4146 2288 E. Main St. * Quincy Photo submitted to go back to 2001 GMC YUKON 5.3 Ib'. V8 with off road and trailering packages, mag wheels, cassette and CD players, leather seats, Onstar navigational system, sun room and much more. #151033 4x4 and more. #331362 MSRP =24,765 *417 < 2001 GMC 6.0 L Vortec, full power equipment with mag wheels, CD player and the SLE package of equipment. #247856 SIERRA 2500 liD MSRP '33,173 =532 2001 OLDSMOBILE Bose stereo system, leather interi- or, heated seats, 6 disc cd player, 0nstar navi- gaUonal system and more. #18872O BRA VADA MSRP *33,533 2001 CHEVY SUBURBAN LT 4x4 Leather interior, cd player, dual air, full power, Onstar navi- gational system, off road package, lock- ing diff., and more. #166841 MSRP =41,866 2001 BUICK LESABRE Has the beautiful "prestige package" traction control, mag wheels, cd and cassette player, dual power seats and more. =431" Per rno,, MSRP 828,449 *No money down with 72 month financing at 7.95% apr OAC, residency restric- tions apply, ptus =x and Ikzense. 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