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Community News Wednesday, Oct. 17, 7A Unified School Dis- Dennis good news board Oct. 9-- good news. had just been no- Gov. Gray Davis 1189, legislation dis- school which was Y granted in 1997, expire on July 1, extends that July 1, 2004, mean- er $1.6 million in or the school dis- governor signed somewhat because he had the last exten- would not do so was the many s made to nto which influ- governor. said that he has made eight or nine trips to the state capitol to get the leg- islation passed. Because it passed through so many dif- ferent committees, he had to meet with each one. "But ob- viously, it's worth it," Williams said. The special legislation is necessary because, though four of Plumas Unified's schools qualify for necessary small school funding--Tay- lorsville Elementary School, and Chester, Greenville and Portola high schools---the dis- trict's overall attendance sur- passes the 2,501 student limit set by the state. Elementary schools must have less than 101 students and high schools must have less than 300 students each to qualify. Williams said other small school districts have been granted the special funding, but it's only Plumas Unified that has to renew the funding through legislation every two years to three years. He hopes to rectify that situation. I scores contin- for Quincy High state incentive SChool will pay an area of Use $1,800 to pur- equipment, buy of materials to tennis courts $1,000 refreshments board approved plan during its The school previously Tim Gallagher has now spent $34,500 has $22,000 in a to spend. Lr, Quincy High to purchase chairs for its add a basketball the large gymna- ish a re- other expen- ditures. Gallagher said he allowed students to choose how the money is spent because "they're the ones who earned it by taking the state test seri- ously and performing well." Greenville High School, as well as Chester, C. Roy Carmichael and Greenville el- ementary schools also earned incentive money, which was applied to various programs at the schools last year. The incentive money is awarded when schools meet improvement goals set by the state. Each year, schools are expected to improve test scores. While the school principals who received the incentive money were pleased, they al- so said it was a little unfair to some schools. Schools that scored high on the original test, such as Greenville High School and Quincy Elementary School, didn't have the opportunity to improve significantly. Resort mcio mt hxurio 10 o~os in ~ wtm~ you aR something new ReMdentlal Plumbing saftey, care and use of tools, material estimating, and plumbing skills. Oass meets 8 am-12 prn, November l- Instructor: S. Grant. First Aid and Safety and first aid in emergency i Pon completion, youql qualify for Crom Oass meets 9 am-6 pro, November 3-4. Shelley Mornson. Intro. To Classical Guitar guitar playing t :hniques, baning, and posture. Class 6:30-9:30 pm, 19. Instrucl r: John Sebold. // ,-~ IP I I Rachel Gurr, left, and Ashley Fehrman donned ear muffs and gloves as the temperature during Quincy High School's homecoming game against Portola. you Thursday, Oct. 18 Wednesday, Oct. 24 COOKS SPECIAL, or- Chili con carne, mixed angejuice, green salad, mixed fruit, Friday, Oct. 19 cornbread, cookie. Chicken fried steak with Reservations are needed the day before by 1:30 p.m. gravy, mashed potatoes, peas and carrots, biscuit, fruit Call Chester, 258-3570; Greenville, 284-6608; Portola, cup. 832-4173; Quincy, 283-0643; or Monday, Oct. 22 Feather River Canyon (Tues- Chicken ala king over nee- day only), 283-3546. dles, mixed vegetables, or- All seniors are urged to ange slices, biscuit, ice cream participate in this program. cup. Those that participate regu- Tuesday, Oct. 23 larty are asked to invite Meat loaf with gravy, friends. People under age 60 mashed potatoes, herbed arealso welcome. green beans, wheat bread, fruit cup. can CASINO RESORT Every P/ayer's Parad/se" this Fall Low Impact Aerobics Meets Tues. & Thurs., 5:15-6:45 pm October 30-December 20 .5 unit Sb'et and Tone Meets Tues. & Thurs., 12:30-2 pm OR Morl., Wed., Fri., 12-1 pm 30-December 20 .5 unit UlUmate talc Meets Tues. & Thurs., 12:30-2 pm October 30-December 20 .5 unit vo.eytmn Meets Tues., 7-10 pm October 30-December 20 .5 unit Ronr l elf Meets Hon., Wed., Ffi., 7-10 pm October 20-December 20 Local hospice A four-week workshop provide open discussion and called "Healing and Growing sharing time. Anyone who Through Grief' will be of- has had a loss in the recent fered through Plumas Corn- or distant past is encouraged munity Hospice beginning to attend. Wednesday, Oct. 24, from Lillian Mitchell, a volun- 6:30-8:30 p.m. at the Plumas teer for both Sierra Hospice County Health Department and Plumas Community Hos- Administration Building, pice, will lead the workshop. which is located at 1446 E. Lillian can be reached at Main St., Quincy. 284-7007 during the day and These two-hour sessions 284-6446, evenings. will cover the grief and Please call to reserve your mourning process, stress and slot for this free, informative the ability to cope, as well as workshop. O O Even during these uncertain times, one thing is evident...Sales go up when we advertise! Records are kept on the ads we put in the paper and the response we get from them. We're a coupon business and it works best to keep ads in the paper con- tinually. Out of all the medias we've tried, newspaper advertis- ing works best for us! ~kl yo~ o-- v'--" - Rick & Eileen Greenly Papa Murphy's Take 'n' Bake na ~a~. al~ ~