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IrlTt erBulletJn School News wedne =y, Nov. 21,2OOl ?A Allison Sipe. grade: Alexis De- grade: Genise Westman, Ju- Sierra Keely, and grade: Simon Photos submitted He~PJIter ekige, eetet, a 2001 Quincy Hilpt Sltost gr~luste, mcstve~l a ImNerming lets e~lmili'sitip from the Ladles of Twain, With Gage are, from left: Mart=ha Jmlsee, a former QHS music teacher;, and Janis Berres, Joyce Dryer and Rosio Harrigan, all members of the Ladies of Twain. Adrian Hino- Moore. grade: Eden Tolley =f the Meath fe I Pioneer Elementary re- leased a list of students who made the hrst quarter honor roll with their excellent grades. Winners are as fol- lows: Mm. it 4m, 4 Sherridan Bennett, Kim Bloom, John Paul Downing, Heather Gordon, Rachel Hatzell, Will Secord, Hannah West. Mr=. S Sarah Anderson, Katy Batchelder, Jessica Bennett, Carmen Fregulia, Katelyn Gregg, Amanda Jones, Jessi- ca Lusk, Amanda Nolan, Jen- nifer Pendray, Hilary Sawyer, Holly Sternberg. Ms. Hlnrichs, grade S/S Megan Appley, Frankie Johnson, Molly Orr, Brandon Pitlock, Cris Ruggieri, Mari- ah Schwartz, Braden Smith. Mrs. grade 6 Ricky Denney, Reisa Din- gel, Natalie Feinblum, Cody Froggatt, Mandie Grover, Connor McColm, Bonnie McElwain, Chase Ramirez, Kylie Redkey. Str dht A students Grade 5: Mrs. Leahy: Sarah Anderson, Katy Batchelder, Carmen FreguUa, Katelyn Gregg, Amanda Jones, Holly Sternberg. Grade 5/6: Ms. Hinrichs: Cris Ruggieri, Braden Smith. Grade 6: Mrs. Caley: Bon- nie McElwain, Kylie Redkey. rade: Nathan Retal- Taelyr Keely Cody Tibbetts, Alex Lev- Mclntyre. grade: Chalise GaLl- Saclie Ray. Cody Ander- Kyle Hemsley fer grade: Amber Murray. grade: Rachel Howard, Lau- and Daniel Ball. :grade: Esther Wer- Camp, Joshua Lloyd, Edgar Manuel Corey, and Austin grade: Ty Tyler, Dean Hall Chris Crump- Potter. Ricky King, Vieira, Anna Lin Raquel NelZ Ntis' Hoist, Hensel. Pfenning Heidi Hoak, Cody Ander- Brown, Rachel Grover, Kevin Alexi Perkins, Cedy Ben Vanderhoof. Rachel Goss, Mary Mc- Vieira, Dy- Jason Hoak, Meggie Ray, Mickey McK- Lombardi, Anna ml (GPA U or grade: Anthony Natalie Ray and Beau Murray, Justin Sipe, Katrina and Morgan Chris Retal- Williams, Jor- Ashley Steven. Camp, Katherine Urtney Jackson, Jack Kuipers, Hanna Boyd, Lindsi Jaure- Stephanie Thompson and Heather Gage, Class of 2001, was awarded a $500 per- forming arts scholarship from the Ladies of Twain and the Twain community. Gage was selected to re- ceive this award, based on her involvement in the per- forming arts while attending Quincy High School. She has played violin with the Reno Philharmonic Or- chestra and the Quincy High School Youth Orchestra. She participated in the Brigham Young University Summer- fest. She has also performed in the Northern California Honor Choir. In addition, she has partici- pated in community and high school music festivals and recitals. Her talent ranges from playing handbells, which she played at the annu- al Methodist Church Spring Tea, to playing the trumpet at the Reno Jazz Festival when she was a senior in the Quin- cy High School Jazz Band. Gage feels that her greatest achievement was being ac- cepted to the Interlochen Center for Arts in Michigan during the summers of 2000 and 2001. She was In'st violin- ist in the World Youth Sym- phony Orchestra. The center encourages students to learn other instruments. This year, Heather chose the tuba. Last year, she learned to play the trumpet. Gage discovered early in life that she had a passion for music. She started playing vi- olin in a program sponsored by the Plumas Unified School District and Plumas Recre- ation Department. The class- es were held at Pioneer Ele- mentary School and taught by Johnene McDonald. She continued to take private lessons from Johnene. She has performed violin, trum- pet, bass, fiddle, and voice be- cause it brought joy to herself and others. Gage also took lessons from Janet Shape in Reno for sev- eral years and, upon Janet's encouragement, entered the Nevada State Music Teachers Competition and won first place in 1999 for violin in the high school division. Currently, Gage is attend- ing school in England for one Heather Gage is all miles after receiving a performing arts scholarship from the Ladies of Twain. year, studying music, drama, chemistry, physics and phi- losophy. She continues to play the violin and trumpet in the school and county or- chestras and jazz bands. Gage plans to use the schol- arship to continue her educa- tion and participation in the peyforming arts field. She plans to combine music per- formance and education as a career. She would like to teach music, as well as partic- ipate in a local orchestra. It was with great pleasure that the Ladies of Twain se- lected this very exceptional young lady as its 2001 schol- arship recipient. Joyce Drey- er made the presentation to Gage at the Senior Awards Program. The Ladies of Twain meet periodically during the year. Their objective is to support the community, as well as to develop a scholarship fund for the performing arts at Quincy High School. Some of their activities in- clude creating seasonal holi- days for the residents of the convalescent homes in Quin- cy, and maintaining a garden display entry at the Plumas-Sierra County Fair. They also donate gingerbread houses to the service club at Quincy High School. This helps the students raise funds for Christmas stockings, which they distribute Stay and Play! reservations today! to and from mall booklet CASINO RESORT Every P/ayer's Parad/se" There is life after Plumas Unified School District--for textbooks at least. The school board agreed to sell some of its surplus texts to Follett Ed- ucational Services for $2,174.55. The surplus texts include algebra, English and history books. The school district has many other used books that the company was not inter- ested in purchasing, These will be offered for sale to the public, and those not sold will be disposed of. The school board also ap- proved purchasing a new text for woodworking classes, ti- tled, "Wood Technology and Processes, 5th Edition." The book will be used for seventh- through ninth-grade voca- tional woodshop classes at the county's four high schools. Paul Mrowczynski, Region- al Occupation Program direc. tor, said that the textbook is an effort to consolidate text- books throughout the school district. Cots Under Ss,o00 SHADETREE AUTO SALES 283-9740 throughout the community. During the year, the Ladies of Twain also raise funds by participating in such activi- ties as the Twain spring pic- nic. 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