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10A Wednesday, Oct. 7, 2015 Feather River Bulletin the Oct, iO:and .=yfor i the courts as I year project of one of the DuPonti Photo submitted A pair of tennis tournaments open to the tennis-playing The project includes both a singles tournament and a The entry fee is $10 per player and all proceeds will go public are planned at Quincy Junior-Senior High School doubles tournament, toward building benches for the Quincy High School to raise money for improvements at the school's tennis The singles tournament will take place on Saturday, tennis courts. Food and drinks will be available for courts. Oct. 10, and the doubles tournament will take place on purchase on the days of the event. Riley DuPon{, a senior at QHS, is hosting the Saturday, Oct. 17. Sign up by Oct. 9 at DuPont Power Tools, 123 Crescent tournaments for senior project. Players must be 14 years of age or older. St, Quincy. uincy Quincy Natural Foods Co-op and Twin Pines Cooperative Foundation established the Quincy Natural Foods Cooperative Community Fund in 2005 to provide financial support to local nonprofit and cooperative organizations. Every year the CCF awards micro-grants to organizations working on issues relating to sustainable agriculture and organic foods, hunger and social justice issues, environmental protection and cooperatives. This year $700 was co-ops awa ro-gran mlc local nonp available in the fund to be with summer and Foundation supports the them, while also providing sierraschoolsfoundation.org. shared between two after-school programs. Its public schools of Sierra students with the "boots," Local nonprofit and organizations, mission statement is to County and the or skills, training and cooperative organizations Mountain Passages Girls "educate, strengthen and Sierra-Plumas Joint Unified experiences, prepared andare welcome to apply for Rite Program and the inspire youth to choose School District by inspired for what lies the Cooperative Sierra School Foundation healthy lifestyles and providing supplemental ahead. Community Fund grants in Roots & Boots Initiative realize their potential while funds to address the The CCF micro-grant will the spring and summer of each received $350 to advocating for violence inequities in the help expand the Learning 2016. continue their work in protection and social educational experience due Garden Project. All gradeTo make a tax-deductible projects relating to justice." to geographic isolation and levels participate in donation to the Cooperative - sustainable agriculture, The CCF micro-grant will limited local economic planning, planting, Community Fund, contact :' gardening, nutrition and help fund the Girls Rite resources, harvesting and preparing Adriana Jones at cooking education, nutrition, meal planning The Roots & Boots the food they grow to memberservices@qnf.coop Mountain Passages Girls and cooking education Initiative encourages potentially supply the or call 283-2458. Rite Program provides classes, students to explore, school cafeteria with local Donation jars also are healthy, safe, educational For more information, appreciate and preserve food. available at the registers in activities for adolescent visit womensmountain their rural "roots" and the For more information both co-ops -- Quincy girls in Plumas County passages.org/, remote and rural on the Learning Garden Natural Foods and Feather throughout the entire year The Sierra Schools landscapes that shaped Project, visit their website: River Food Co-op FROM s399 from. ....... FROM s349 Recliner Sofas from .......... ; ................. . ....... ....STTf sleeper Sofas from .................................... .s1049 FROM s299 25 DINING ROOM SETS IN STOCK Solid Oak 96" Table with 6 Chairs ................................. i ...... S1_499_ Solid Oak Nooks from .................................................... ....... :s948 Pub Tables from ............................................................. ........ S399 Farm House Tables with 6 Chairs from ......................... ........ s799 We are wAY OVERSTOCKED and room for fall and winter merchandise. NOW IS THE TIME FOR THE BEST SS$$S ACCESSORIES 10% OFF THIS WEEK ONLY! Pictures Lamps Vases Sconces Floral Arrangements Candles Clocks Throws Metal Ad 10% OFF 300 MATTRESSES IN STOCK Queen 10' Queen Bodiform Visco Set .............. S629 NO INTEREST WITH PAYMENTS FOR 6 MONTHSI*