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10A Wednesday, Sept. 19, 2012 Feather River Bulletin t Old and young alike are all smiles during Quincy High School senior Allie Sipe's story hour at the library Sept. 12. Sipe worked with Children's librarian Dora Mitchell (back left) to promote interest in reading to young children and their families. Photo by Laura Beaton help REPLACING or REPAIRING: DOORS TRIM WINDOWS PLUMBING ROOFING ELECTRICAL If it's something we can't fix, we'll find somebody who can. CONSTRUCTION SINCE 1984 m General Building Contractor Calif. Lic. #453927 (530) 283-2035 Ill Small or large jobs Grading Drainage Roadbase Culvert work Paving Removal of asphalt or concrete Call today for a free estimate Hours: Mon-Fri 8am-5pm 747 Lee Rd., Quincy. 283-2871 Ouetle* Archit ila honeycomb shades can help you save money on Your hea ing and cooling Contact us todayl Allie Sipe reads a bedtime story called "No More Monkeys Ju,,,vin9 hi the O~d'" tu a yruup U[ enraptured Children during her Pajama Wednesday Story Time. Sipe's senior project also involved crafts, singing songs and dancing. The library staff in Quincy will continue to offer story hours and hopes to revive its after school program soon, Photo by Laura Beaton Another Great Weekl There are so many great activities going on already at PQES. Kindergarteners are getting into the routine of school, all while learning letters, songs and math (and some looking for the Gingerbread Man). First graders are also practicing their letters and learning "to read. Second graders are writing stories about "What ffs..." and third graders are writing in their "Graham Crackers" as well as learning procedures and routines through Interac- tive Writing. Fourth graders are planning their field trip to Lassen Park (and some walked to the "Q" last week). Fifth and sixth graders are already well under way With math, getting into reading groups and making paper mache globes. All while taking Accelerated Reader tests, eating lunch, playing on the playground and doing PE -- and hopefully enjoying their first two weeks of school! DROP OFF AND PICK UP You may have experienced some congestion during drop off and pick up times. In order to help with this and to keep your children safe, please do the following: Do not park your car in the loading zone yellow lined pavement. This area is only for immediate loading and un- loading. Drive up Colburn, left on Boyle and down Alder. Drop off or pick up only on the school side of the street -- don't let your children dart across the street not in the crosswalk. Upcoming Events 9/19 -- Site Council, 3:30, Library 9/27 -- 4th Grade Trip to Lassen 10/1 -- Picture Day BILL TATE HOT TUB & SPA REPAIR HOT TUB COVER SALE ! FREE Custom Measuring & Delivery Reg. Price $449o0 " NOW o.,,''" Great deals on spa chemicals & parts DRIVEWAY MAI NTENANCE SLURRY SEALCOATING SSIH OIL HOT CRACK FILLING PATCHING SERVING ALL OF PLUMAS & LASSEN COUNTIES FREE ESTIMATES C-12 CA LIC. #762465 530 - 284 - 1474 1377 ARLINGTON RD, TAYLORSVILLE, CA 95983 DI NT w,,, this ad .......... ,i / I 1