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Feather River Bulletin Wednesday, Oct. 6, 2010 5A Quincy High has an-for themselves, their peers After representing his nounced Scott Backovich and their community, area as a California Boys' will speak at the school Fri- After delivering a motiva- State Representative and Ro- day, Oct. 7, at l p.m. in the tional presentation, he will tary Youth Leadership gym before the entire stu- spend an hour working with Award ambassador, he be- dent body and staff, the QHS Leadership class to came the youngest member Hilarious, 'energetic, in- inspire the school's leaders of the Northern California spiring and powerful are and presenting options for Youth Leadership Seminar merely a few of the words an effective, inspirational Planning Committee. students use to describe Associated Student Body. From there, Backovich Backovich. Quincy High School would traveled to his new home in As one of the youngest like to invite parents, Long Beach, where he stud- speakers in the United friends and community led communications at States, Backovich has to listen as he spends an in- CSU-Long Beach. His fame quickly established himself spirational afternoon with has grown throughout the as a popular youth motiva- the student body. U.S. and the world, and his tot that students can relate While attending high speaking services are in to. His humorous style and school in Northern Call- high demand. uncanny ability to connect fornia, Backovich quicklyQuincy High School is have left thousands of emerged as one of the re-very excited to host this ex- teens energized andexcited gion's outstanding teen cellent speaker and role to create positive change leaders, model. Matt Beeson dives into the end zone to score a 2-point conversion for his Feather River Youth Football team. Photo submitted 1 Beta Sigma Phi is accepting 2011. The scholarship is $1,000, applications for scholarships, paid to the college of the win- Applicants must be a childnet's choice in August 2011. or grandchild of a member in The application deadline is good standing in Beta Sigma Dec. 1. Phi Sorority. To obtain an application, Husbands, brothers, sisters, contact Mary Newhouse at nieces or nephews are not eli- 283-2657 or mnew- gible.-, or Applicants may also be a Gloria Boland at 283-0729. member in good standing who Completed applications is pursuing a higher degree, should be submitted to Eta A1- Applicants must be a fresh- pha, P.O. Box 3408, Quincy, man through senior in fallCA 95971. I 'SA e "ca "lie Met-in m n n Gn and.t:he Ten-Two bar Roadhouse-Style Menu Ribs • Steaks • Chicken • Seafood 1/2 lb. Burgers • Pasta • Vegetarian Mexican ° Appetizers • Daily Specials PRIME RIB SPECIAL ~ THURSDAYS ONLY ~ Full Service Bar ~ Dinner served 4:30 to 8:30 Thursday thru Sunday Reservations Suggested 8270 Bucks Lake Road • Meadow Valley Visa • MasterCard • Discover Richard K. Stockton, That's baby talk for, CLU ChFC, Agent "Do you have life insurance?" Insurance Lic. #0B68653 As your family grows, so do Providing Insurance & Rnancial Services your reasons for protecting them. Get the right life 65 W. Main St., Quincy, CA 95971 (530) 283-0565 insurance and peace of mind. Fax (530) 283-5143 Like a good neighbor, State Farm is there. WE LIVE WHERE YOU LIVE CALL ME TODAY. l, :::;::!: ". i:: :S~te Farm I fe Insurance.Compam/(Not licensed in MA, N₯orWI): :: ~ :l ~: ~: ::ii~:::::::: StateFarm Life and Accident Assurance C0mpany(tEensed in NYand Wl): ] B~ Need help If it's ing we can' ll find some o can. General Building Contractor PAID POLITICAL.ADVERTISEMENT other su r for | ull Ip Attn. Mail-In Voters." Absentee Ballots must be received by Election Day, Nov. 2. Post Marks DO NOT COUNT. Jon Kennedy • 836-1674 • P.O. Box 147 Graeagle www.jonkennedyf Paid for by the Committee to elect Jon Kennedy, Supervisor District 5, 2010. DISTRICT HOSPITAL 1 Testing Includes: • Comprehensive Metabolic Panel • Thyroid Screening • Complete Blood Count (CBC) • Cholesterol • Tr[glycerides • HDL, Direct LDLand Ratio Optional Testing: • Dexa Scan* (Bone Density Screening): $50 • Prostate Cancer Screening: $15 *Appointment required. Appointments will be scheduled at time of Health Screening only. No phone appointments will be made. 11-14, 6:30 am -8:30 am North Fork Medical Building 1060 Valley View Drive,Quincy (Behind the hospital) If possible, please come on the day assigned to the first letter of your last name. No appointment necessary. A-F Monday, October 11 G-M Tuesday, October 12 N-S Wednesday, October 13 T-Z, Thursday, October 13 Must be 18 years or older for blood draws. You must'not eat for 12 hours prior to the blood draw. You may continue your normal intake of water and take any medication as usual. F I k [ 1 F i : Quincy Susanville Greenville Chester Portola 283-0800 257-5321 284-7800 258-3115 832-4646 k