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Feather River Bulletin Wednesday, Sept. 24, 2014 t .9A Ambassadors of spiri . Quincy High School cheerleaders rejuvenate a longstanding tradition of community support and involvement: the Downtown Spirit Walk. Cheerleaders visit merchants and patrons on their way to Carey Candy Co., delivering schedules of the week's football games and to promote Quincy High School as spirit ambassadors. Some of the cheerleaders deliver fliers to Parker Carey. From left: Madie McGlynn, Kaylee Pfiefer, Crosby France, Audrey Van Huff and Becca Leonhardt. Not pictured: Cassi Mitchell, Zoe Terrazas, Rikki Gregorich and Sierra McMaster. Photo by Holly Buus  ii!   il Music education and puppets entertain students at Quincy' Elementary School during an assembly by the Banana Slug String Band. Photo by Amber McMichael Musicians weave education i into elementaq  assemblies The Banana Slug String Band, a musical educational group, visited Quincy Elementary School this week for two assemblies. Kindergarten students, temporarily relocated to the Plumas Charter School campus, were bused over to , join the first through sixth ' outh pheasant hunt planned for Sierra Valley grdeents and teachers sang and danced along with the The California Department of Fish and Wildlife, in cooperation with the Harrison family, is sponsoring a youth pheasant hunt Nov. 8 at Green Gulch Ranch in Sierra Valley near Portola. Youth hunters must be under 16 years of age, have a 2014 junior hunting license and be accompanied by an adult hunter to participate. "This is a prime opportunity for young hunters to hunt a beautiful bird on an equally beautiful ranch," say organizers. The Harrisons will also provide a few rounds of trap shooting for the young hunters to practice before heading out into the field to hunt. The Plumas County Fish and Game Commission will provide a barbecue lunch for all participants. Applications are due by 4 p.m. Oct. 15. Call Terri Weist, CDFW biologist, at 836-0889 to sign up. Or go to dfg.ca.gov/hunting to apply for this hunt and others throughout the state. interactive shows, which featured guitars, harmonica and a few silly puppets. "Dirt" was especially popular with the younger students, as the Banana Slugs wove a lesson about where and how things grow into their program. The assemblies were arranged by the Parent Cooperative Organization and are funded by student and parent fundraising throughout the year. For more information about the Banana Slugs visit bananaslugstringband.com. More information about the PCO can be found at QuincyPCO.org. Let's get this right! After Girls Night Out Join us for a Male Exotic Revue open a, a, ,0:000 55+ VlP section,-- with waitress service.  ! *reservationsrequired ....  B Drink Specials- No Cover Charge "What Happens at Main Street "  Stays at Main Street" . 395 Main St., Quincy 283-9788 * Drink ][.,OUIGE www.mainstreetsportsbar.net Local, Don't Miss Out on a Great Deal! Mark your calendar for Plumas District Hospital's semi-annual low cost health screening event. Low-cost tests to monitor your health! Free:--diabetes AlC blood glucose test Comprehensive blood screening-S75 Bone densityscreening--$50* Prostate cancer screening(PSA)--$25 October 6 - 9 5:30 a.m. tO 8:30 a.m. North Fork Medical Building lo60 Valley View Drive, Quincy Behind the Hospital . ! . Monday, Oct. 6 A-F ! Tuesday, Oct. 7 G-M i I Wednesday, Oct. 8 N-S ii ! i Thursday, Oct. 9 T-Z Do not eat for 12 hours prior to blood drawi ! Must be 18 years of.age. Continue. norma intake of water and medications. Appointment required. Appointments will be scheduled at time of screening only. No phone appointments will be made. AlC tests are funded with a grant from UnitedHealthcare Group. l00,us To send a legal: typesetUng@plumasnews.com To send an advertisement: mail@plumasnews.com s60 Play All Day October 1, to course closing s75 Golf & Dinner Oct. 1 to Oct. 25 Anytime, 7 Days a Week Call Now for Tee Times, Reservations and Information :i!:i!:i 1 LbMAS PINES GOLF RESORT 530-836-1420 402 Poplar Valley Road Graea Ca Z