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Feather River Bulletin Wednesday, Sept. 5, 2018 11A Kodie McAIlister started second grade at the charter school with a new backpack and big hugs from mom Rebecca. PCS teacher David Sozzani quizzes his students with humorous topics to get first-day activities rolling. Taking turns responding are, from top left, Wyatt Fullerton, Isaac Mendez and Jordan Montgomery. Plumas Charter School banners decorate the downtown Quincy locations on Lawrence and Main streets where staff have worked hard to create inviting learning environments for students this year. Driver caution on weekdays is especially appreciated, thank you everyone. Plumas Charter junior high and high school students began their new year Aug. 28 with an assembly in Quincy's Gansner Park where forests and mountains provided a rich outdoor classroom. "1 know, I know!" Students in Cindy Thackeray's fourth- and fifth-grade class thought about their answers during an exercise on the first day of school. Shown from left are Jace Moore, Carter Vaughan, Emmerson Artez and Prudence Lory. Photos by Roni Java Q. from page 1A 12:30 p.m. - 3:30 p.m at Pioneer Park (in front of the county fairgrounds). Hot dogs, hamburgers, side dishes, chips, desserts and cold drinks. Gunny sack races, horseshoes, beanbag toss, face painting, balloon twisting, ladder golf and Close-up Magic by The Great Ryanaldi (Ryan Nielsen). Tuesday: Quincy Community Blood Drive sponsored by The Common Good Community Foundation, noon - 6 p.m. Donate at The Church of Christ of Latter-day Saints, corner of Bucks Lake Road and Bellamy Lane. To schedule appointment, contact Susan Christensen, 283-2424 or visit, enter code: Quincy. Wednesday: Wild & Scenic Environmental Film Festival, hosted by Plumas Arts, Town Hall Theatre, 6:30 p.m. Doors open 6 p.m. Tickets available Jn advance at Quincy Natural Foods and Plumas Arts gallery. Online at Dr Beckwourth-Narvino Airport Cost: $10.00 Adults -I-$6.00 for 12 & under All You Can Eat Breakfast o Gin Fizz Booth o Live Music Classic Car & Antique Trucks. Rotary's Bounce House Plane Rides for Kids Drawings for Great Prizes Rides in ReMax Hot Air Balloon Tons of Family Fun All of Your Friends Will Be There Rotary Club of Portola Fundraisers Support Our Community For more information visit our website: Or call Kirk Lambert at 530-251-3815 9, 2018 8:00am-ll:OOam A Moment t~- ~ ~,"~1:,~3~ ~L c~-'~ ;.-4 C~'~/,e r~,~'~ Lo~ .~LO~'-~ For questions, please call 530-927-7626, and ask for John. Springs of Hope Christian Fellowship 59 Bell Lane, Quincy J years ~' " '''~<~" "~'i ~S~i''''~'~'~'~' ~'''~" " '~' "~'~