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Feather River Bulletin Wednesday, Sept. 22, 2010 3A If you haven't noticed, the Q received a fresh coat of paint after the fair parade. Members of the QHS Class of 1985, along with a few family members, made the steep hike up the trail behind the high school to find the area in disarray. After reshaping the Q, everyone grabbed a paintbrush to cover old paint and dirt with a whitewash. At a multi:class reunion held the night before, alumni from classes ranging from 1982 to 1990 raised $300 for the QHS senior class of 2011 for its class trip next spring. Photo submitted "L Wildlife conservation and "Since 1984, our annual public education projects* in 16 grants have helped complete California counties includ- 390 different projects in Cali- ing one in Plumas County -- fornia with a combined value have been selected to receive of more than $23 million." grants from the Rocky Moun- RMEF grants will also help tain Elk Foundation in 2010. fun d projects statewide by The new RMEF funding, to-, providing helicopter crew taling $229,425, will directly safety training for California affect Del Norte, Fresno, Department ofFish and Game Humboldt, Kern, Merced, staff involved in aerial Modoc, Monterey, Placer, wildlife management projects. Plumas, San Bernardino, San Grants also provide for 2010 Luis Obispo, Santa Clara, sponsorship for California Shasta, Tehama, Trinity and Council of Land Trusts, Tuolumne counties, hunter safety education; spon- In Plumas County, the grant sorship to engage students in will provide sponsorship for outdoor recreation and con- the Quincy Sport Shooting As- servation; sponsorship to pro- sociation junior trap league to mote wildlife and hunting in- engage youth in shooting terests; and sponsorship of sportsand conservation, the California Legislature "All of these grants are pos- Outdoor Sporting Caucus sible because of the successful eighth annual Legislative banquets and fundraisers TraP Shoot to build relation- staged over the past year by ships between sportsmen and our California volunteers lawmakers most of whom are elk hunters Habitat projects are se- as well as devoted conserva- lected using science-based tionists," said David Allen, criteria by a committee of RMEF president and CEO. 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