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Feather River Bulletin Wednesday, Oct. 3, 2018 5A QJSHS Service Club student leaders Rilee McAdams, vice president at left; and Secretary Sarah Hoffman; Treasurer CoraGrace Hardee; and PR Liaison Sabrina Walmer enjoyed some lighthearted fun and laughter when Billie Bequette, far right, served as their Installing Soroptimist on Sept. 20. Photo submitted Dear Students, Parents/Guardians, and Friends of QJSHS, Please come and join us this week for all of our Homecoming activities. We have been hard at work to make this a special event. This is a great way to support our school. A special thanks to Ms. Yoacham and the 2018 leadership class.; Ms. Mongie PSAT Sophomores and Juniors sign up for the PSAT today! It will be offered Oct 10 during school and the cost is $10. This is an opportunity for students to get prepared for the SAT and for juniors to qualify for the National Merit Scholarship. Once scores are received, students can link with Khan academy to practice areas to improve future SAT scores. There are only 40 spots available, so don't wait to sign up with Mrs. Dupras in the office. Deadline to sign up is Oct. 8 UPCOMING EVENTS 10/1-10/5 - Homecoming Week 10/3 - Boosters Meeting, 5:30pm, Library 10/3 - Girls Soccer at Home vs. Sage Ridge 10/3- Bonfire, 7:30pm 10/4 - Boys Soccer at Home vs. Squaw Valley, 4:00pm 10/4 - Jr. High Volleyball at Greenville 10/4- Volleyball at Core Butte 10/5- Homecoming Parade- l:00pm 10/5 - Football at Home vs. Portola 10/6 - Flag Football at Portola 10/6 - Girls Soccer at Home vs. Sage Ridge Quincy High's Brayden McAIlister listened intently before taking his oath of office as the 2018 president of the student-led Service Club, sponsored by members of Soroptimist International of Quincy. Not shown were the "S" Club's advisors, QJSHS teachers Karen Hicks and Nicole Yoacham. ptimists welcome Roni Java Moon's Restaurant in Staff Writer Quincy, SQI members seventh through 12th, and rjava@plumasnews.com inducted this year's new participate to develop a student leaders for the,range of skills in student With the right mentors, popular Service Club of leadership, community kids have an early Quincy Junior-Senior High service and citizenship. opportunity to learn that School or "S" Club for Oh, and it's a great place serving and supporting short, to make more friends, too. their local communities Serving this year are The students will carry can be fun and frilled with Club President Brayden out a variety of civic good times. McAllister with Vice projects and events and That's an easy lesson, President Rilee McAdams, they'll have a lot of fun thanks to the sponsorship Secretary Sarah Hoffman, along the way. Successful of more than 30 ladies from Treasurer CoraGrace examples of past projects the Soroptimist Hardee and Public have included blood drives, International of Quincy, a Relations Liaison Sabrina fundraisers, flower baskets philanthropic organization Walmer. for Main Street in that supports many Two Quincy High downtown Quincy and a community events, teachers will advise the "S" much-appreciated new projects and local Club for the year: Karen doggie waste service scholarships. Hicks and Nicole Yoacham. station that was recently On Sept. 20 at the Student members are installed in Dame Shirley monthly meeting held at welcome to join the club Plaza, just to name a few. newy uthI from all grades at QJSHS, A GREAT FAMILY HOME IN A PRIVATE NEIGHBORHOOD OUTSIDE OF PORTOLA'S CITY LIMITS BUT WITHIN THE COUNTRY, Close to the elementary school and the park down the street ls a great bonas! This home has a great floor plan Ruthie with large bedrooms and the wrap-around porch has amazing views of Ik'ckwourth Peak. This home is also Nicholas zoned for horses and has an extra 1000 sq. ft. of bonus REALTOR shop space plus an office with separate entrance. DRE # 01738680 MI~# 201801192 $259,900 530.386.0828 DICKSON rnicholas @ dicks0nrealty.c0rn : ::, ' i i, AVOID PROBATE EVERY HOMEOVW IER SHOULD * How a properly funded trust can avoid Medi-Cal Recovery e Create new or replace old, outdated documents * Keep your affairs private and out of the courts e What happens without a Living Trust - Provisions for your loved ones - Danger of Joint Tenancy ATTEND ONE OF THESE Round Table Pizza, 6.0 E. Main MON, OCTOBER 8th 11 am til noon Lassen Sr. Center 1700 Sunkist Drive OCTOBER 8th 2to3 Best Western Main Street MON, OCTOBER 8th 6 to 7 pm ?!i? ilil i iii an inde; l rating