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14B Wednesday, Sept, 5, 2001 Buileti=. Prm 'Gifts of an Eagle' comes back for "Gifts of an Eagle," a family film, is returning to the Quin- cy Seventh-day Adventist Church Saturday, Sept. 15> at 7 p.m. Presented in person by Kent Durden, the film is the story, including live footage, of a golden eagle who is in- jured, brought back to health, and then released into the wild. "Gifts of an Eagle," promis- es to be a "heartwarming" story about the eagle and the family who shared in the ad- venture. The program has been fea- tured before, according to Ni- na Harris, coordinator. But so many people had to miss the first opportunity to see the film, it has been brought back again. The cost is $2 per person or $5 for the entire family. Funds go toward the church's building program. The Program will be held in the church at Pine Street in East Quincy. For more information, con- tact the church at 283-3092. Pile I{ I~ ",i,t 14KAlll ~IXl~l~',, il~ll.% WtItl A (;OI+DFN E~(;I..I~ ; THE ACTUAL SCENES._ " ~i FILMED AS THEY HAPPENE~ i A HEART WARMING STORY OF A MAGNIFICENT CREATURE ~,s.:.':::::...~7~f~ WHO FINALLY rtEI"URNI~ TO THE WILD. ,Q, FAMILY EXPERIENCE ~ ~ lltA+l" WiLL TAK~ 'i'OU INTO THE WORLD OF AN EAGLE! !~ ; ,: ,:.~ ...... "Gifts of an Eagle" is once again being offered to the public. By Terri Daoust Portola Editor It has often been said if you want something done, do it yourself. And that is exactly what Graeagle resident Rose Sty- czinski is doing. When Styczinski moved to Graeagle two years ago, she was dismayed by the lack of any square dancing activity any closer than RenD. "I was actually very sur- prised, thinking at least Quincy would have a club," she said. It was at that point Styczin- ski decided that if there was any way to bring square dancing to the area, she would find it. On a recent trip to the Old Timey Barn Dance in Tay- lorsville, sponsored by the Plumas County Arts Commis- sion, Styczinski started the ball rolling. "I was hoping there would be some contacts there and so I wore my square dancing earrings. Sure enough, a man introduced himself, saying he was a square dance caller and lives in Quincy," she said. Styczinski said he ex- pressed his disappointment about the lack of square danc- ing in the area and the two decided to join forces. Next Styczinski researched the availability of facilities that would be suitable for square dancing and afford- able for a group starting out. The Graeagle Community Hall proved to be the ideal lo- cation and the owners were happy to see square dancing would be returning to the area. Learning there had been a former club, Styczinski con- tacted the former caller for the club, Claude Sipe, who of- fered to loan equipment to a new local caller until they were able to purchase their own. Unfortunately, some family obligations came up that pre- vented the Quincy caller from committing to calling on a regular basis. Styczinski began making phone calls and finally per- suaded Stony Holcroft to travel all the way from Fal- Ion, Nev., to call for the group. Holcroft calls square danc- ing "Geo-Motion, the Dance of the Millennium." When Holcroft began call- ing 30 years ago, there were only 75 moves, that number is still growing dancing is the times. Styczinski said e is now in needed are terested in square dance. Classes will Sept. 14, from 8-10 Graeagle The class will to new dancers three weeks if est is generated. Classes will Friday evenings 6 and will then urdays beginning from 7:30-10 p.m. Styczinski said betwo hearin devices available who are hearing And it's not just according to She began at 13 and her halfway throUl lessons in joying it. Anyone ticipating and information may czinski at her at net.com.> IN BUSINESS OVER 25 Cal. Uc. 448528