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Record, Reporter Education News wedoe ay 14 ool == Ill school students from one-on-one their classroom, Americorp, and ver College stu- become better Nov. 9, 14 men- " ducted into Pro- 'icorp pro- aCtion ceremony after President Bush went on na- and encour- iblic, especially to support the Program, a volun- to make America River College, the form of Project 14 new inductees Other mentors, who their second year. mentors come of the county. Acton, Chris Stover, Cherie Zubi- Hall, Donna Ban- Camp, Diane Finch, John 1 Koehler, Photos by Debra Coates Dharrine Perera, a new inductee into the Project Teach program at Feather River College, recites her pledge during the candlelight ceremony. A Project Teach inductee accepts her pin and certificate from those responsUde for the program. From left: Micheile Moutos, program director;, Paul Mrowczymdd, ROP director; and Jan Martinez, program monitor. Nancy Lee, Gin McBeen and Dharinne Perera. They join Camille Alfred, " Alicia Nelson, Rhasaan Fer- + nandez and Shoshanna Rud- !.holm, who are now in the sec- | ond year of the program. During the Nov. 9 ceremo- ny, the inductees received (j certificates and pins, and par- ticipated in a candlelight cere- mony as they recited their new pledge titled--"Teaching is a Lifelong Journey." Program director Michelle Moutes hosted the event. She !!! !i For additional information, call Michelle Moutes at Feather River College, 283-0202 Ext. 221, or e-mail her at . told the inductees and their sponsible for monitoring the mentary school students this. guests, "Our .students pre- project from the chancellor's year. serve a commitment to educa " office. Moutes, Martinez, and Paul tmn and literacy " ." Martinez said the Feather Mrowczynski, from the Moutes introduced varmus " River College inductees were Plumas County Office of Edu- guests including Jan Mar ' , " among 780 in the state whocation, passed out the certifi- tmez who Is the official re tutort , " " " " would be 'ng 3,000 ele- cates and pins. I WE DO I' 'PESE'ITI iGt [ I "" " "" ! Call. THE PRINT SHOP at Feather Publishing, 283-0800 Koeller, Michael Koehler and Nancy Lee recite their pledge as new of the Americorp program, Project Teach. Residential Care for Children ENVIRONMENTAL ALTERNATIVES STER PARENTS Office: (530) 283-3330 Lic. #320316037 Call "THE PRINT SHOP" for all your print- ing needs!! 283-0800 Itol Call for an application tlCome is at or below these 'ou may be eligible for payment help. l a ily Size 1 Gross Annual Income $21,475 g.9.llala 2 Healthy Stan 832-1827 9.mR Plumas County Community Lassen Economic Development Commission Dev. Corp. 283-2466 256-3531 Plumas Crisis Intervention 283-5515 smaflitt Social Security 257-5057 Lassen Career Network 257-8152 $29,025 3 $36,575 Healthy Start 284-1560 4 Social Services 993-6720 $44, 25 g.hCa 5 ABC Center 258-4280 $51,675 Wildwood 258-3350 "Certain restrictions apply. Funds are limited. Qualification does not guarantee payment. you can quit for one day, you can quit for good! Join the American Cancer Society's Great American Smokeout and commit to keep- ing our society & our children healthy. One. day can make the difference of a lifetime. For more information on quitting smoking contact the Plumas County Tobacco Use Reduction Program ,+ _,