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Feather River Bulletin Wednesday, Sept. 3, 2014 7A Lori Pini had become very faded by the Class of 1992, along with Special to Feather Publishing the weather. It was time the rest of our community, again to pull the class to'the first QHS football The next time you go by together and all it took Was game of 2014 on Friday, the football field at Feather a simple message on Sept. 5. JV starts at 5 p.m. River College be sure to Facebook. and varsity starts at 7. look up at the scoreboard Within seconds numerous We are hoping that most and see the sign honoring classmates agreed that theof Shane's family will be our friend, Shane Smith. sign should be replaced bythere (the Smiths, Gotts and Shane died July 27, 1992, the start of the 2014 football Wilcoxes) to see the new from lymphoma. Shane was season and that's what thesign and to watch Shane's a loving friend to all his Class of 1992 did! It was so nephew, Dalton Wilcox, classmates, a great student simple it was evident thatfollow in his uncle's and although he loved all even though Shane left us footsteps on the field. sports his heart truly too soon, his memory is still Remember to wear red and belonged to football, very much alive, white to show your team One of the games that the Thank you to the Class of spirit for QHS! community will continue to 1992; Charlotte Smith, Shane Smith, No. 44 -- remember and talk about Shane's mom; Angie Wilcox,"Until We Meet Again ..." was when Quincy High . Shane's sister; and Bob School played Delta and Austin, Shane's brother, for Shane rushed f6r 117 yards! the support on this project: Everyone noticed how The class appreciates the interceptions came easy for work of Jamie Alyward at Shane, working both the Wild Hare Signs for The Quincy High School fullback and cornerback creating a beautiful sign. Class of 1992 keeps positions. It was Shane's Appreciation is also classmate Shane Smith's dream to play professional extended to QHS Principal memory alive with this football someday and many. Dr. Sue Segura and to Nickscoreboard at Feather River people in the community Boyd, the facilities manager College, the home field • thought it would happen, at Feather River College. for the QHS Trojans. The Class of 1992 had a Without the help of all ofSmith, who died July 27, 1992, memorial sign designed and these wonderful people we was a standout football painted by Quincy alumnus would not have been able to player. Photo submitted and artist Jeff Gogue in put up a new sign. 1992. Since then the sign QHS would like to invite Church to hold fundraising dinner St. Anthony's Catholic Street. The menu includes for children age 4 - 12, and Church in Greenville is spaghetti, meatballs, ravioli, free for children 3 and under. preparing for its sole fresh garden salad, wine, fruit Tickets are available at the fundraising event, the annual juice and desserts. A prize door or from church Italian Dinner. drawing and 50/50 giveawaymembers. The 39th annual dinner will will be offered. Takeout is also available. be held Saturday, Sept. 20, 5 - Tickets are $10 for adultsFor more information call 8 p.m. at the church on Jessie (includes a glass of wine,) $5 284-6502. For all your construction needs Race to close down Graeagle roads Saturday On Saturday, Sept. 6, there the Lost Sierra Endurancethe sports section of this will be several rolling road Run, held by the Sierra Buttes newspaper, but most noteworthy and trail closures, traffic Trail Stewardship. is the closure of Highway 89 controls and no parking areas Emergency access shall befrom Graeagle to the Gold in eastern Plumas County to available at all times. Lake'Highway intersection, allow for runners' safety in For a full list of closures see from 6:50 a.m. to 7:20 a.m. The LORD bless you and keep you; The LORD make His face shine upon you, And be gracious to you; The LoRo lift up His countenance upon you, And give you peace. Numbers 6:24-26 1953 E. Main St., Quincy ,, 283-4463 Give us a call today: (530) 283-2035 General Buildng Contractor Calif. 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Event Sponsors: • Sierra Pacific Industries • Plumas Bank • Renown Health • Plumas Physical Therapy • Greenhorn Creek Guest Ranch • Cal SierraTitle Volunteers: • Bill & Sue Wickman • Amy Bennett, Jan Young, Connie and Jake Bennett • FRC rodeo team members- Will, Cash, Sam, J.J., Jaden & Quincy • Quincy Fire Department • Keith Nicoles, Bob Edwards, Sheila Vargas, Alice Kim Kraul, Laurie Beck, Jennifer McQuarrie, Russell Reid, Dwight Pierson • Charlie & Jill Brown • John & Kitty Gay • Rick & Vonnie Becker • Jim & Squeek Crane m • Kathy Peters • Lost Sierra Ramblers • The Pukes • Church Street Laundry • The PDH facilities staff .................. .~.