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12A Wednesday, Oct. 22, 2014 Feather River Bulletin Quincy High School's band plays atop a flatbed truck during the homecoming parade. Later in the evening, the band entertained the crowd at Quincy's game against Maxwell. Photos by James Wilson Welcome h'ome Quincy High School students hold up the banner commemorating the school's centennial celebration to lead the homecoming parade down Main Street last Friday. The parade brought business owners and shoppers out to the sidewalks to raise school spirit and promote the game played later that night. Quincy High School English teacher Susan Frediani drives the school mascot around in her Min Cooper during the parade. Owners abandon Korean restaurant because of medical emergency Dan McDonald Managing Editor A couple weeks ago Seoni Shinn began having severe headaches. Three years after undergoing brain surgery for an aneurysm, the life-threatening symptoms had returned. Seoni and her husband Anthony, owners of Quincy's new Korean restaurant, Gangnam Xpress, said they had no choice but to leave. After consulting with a specialist in their native South Korea, they quickly flew home for further treatment. "It's so sad. They really liked this community," said Cynthia Christensen, the property manager for the Plumas Pines Shopping center where Gangnam Xpress is located. "But Anthony said his wife's health comes first." Christensen said the Shinns left town Oct. 10 and won't be coming back. She said they left virtually everything in the store, including most of their specialized cooking equipment. "They left the place immaculate," Christensen said of the 2,400-square-foot store. "This is a beautiful, clean restaurant that just needs someone to operate it. All that is needed is the food." The Shinns opened the restaurant in July after traveling around the region looking for a place to settle down. "Anthony said they searched all over California looking for an ideal small town," Christensen said. "He and Seoni said Quincy was a wonderful community. He said they were treated very well here." Unlike most businesses that close shop, Christensen said this one didn't close for lack of customers. Christensen said she hopes a new proprietor willmove in to the space soon. She added that Plumas Pines Partners, which owns the shopping center, will be "pretty aggressive" in trying to help a new business take over the shop. "We are definitely willing to work with somebody," she said. Anyone who is interested in moving to the Plumas Pines location can contact,Gary Christensen at 719-434-4661. There is also specific information about the site at MODEL 1829 SPECIAL EDmON Pillowtop 10 Year Warranty Twin set ............ " .............. .s288 Full eet. .............. , ........... .s348 Queenset. ...... ! .... , .... King set ........... I NO INTEREST WITH PAYMENTS FOR 6 MONTHS!* Twin Mattresses .......................from S99 00ee. sees " from s298 JlJWmllmJWJwJwJwJwJwJwJwJwJwJwJwJImlmmlmmm VisoaPedic wiM Memory Foam, @men Set m . m . ,s649