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2A Wednesday, Dec. 3, 2014 Feather River Bulletin Despite snowy conditions, members of the community gather around the courthouse to spread holiday cheer at last year's Quincy Sparkle. This year's event is scheduled for this Friday starting at 5 p.m. Photo by Laura Beaton Time to Sparkle Quincy's annual celebration set for Friday CHRIST THE KING 00piscopol Church presents Children's Church SUNDAY DECEMBER 7 TM 10:00AM Designed with young children in mind, this is a shorter, more informal service with activities for little ones We invite you to join us for a fami-friendly service this holiday season. St. Nicholas himself will stop by to share stories and treats for children of all ages. All are welcome/ 545 LAWRENCE ST. IN CINCY (BETWEEN PATTI'S THUNDERAND THE FIRE HOUSE) q/ WWW.FACE BOOK.COM/C H RISTTHE KINGQ..UINCY JEFF ENGEL SUPERVISOR, DISTRICT 5 Thank You! With Thanksgiving behind us and so much to be Thankful for, I would once again like to take this opportunity to "Thank So Many of You" for your help, time, ideas, suggestions and those of you who placed a sign in youryards or property. Most of all, I am Thankful for your friendship, encouragement, good will and your vote in the November Election. For those of you who supported and voted for one of the opponents, I hope to gain your confidence. An honest and heartfelt "Thank You" to Jon Kennedy and his family for their dedication of time and sacrifice, to all of us the last 4 years and his helpfulness both during the campaign .and in this time of transition. I want Plumas County to be Welcoming, Safe, Peaceful and Pros- perous for those of us that live here as well as those visiting our area. I want Plumas County to be a place that keeps and attracts people of all ages, families, businesses and tourists, a place people love to visit, to stay and make as their home. I welcome and appreciate ideas and suggestions you believe would improve the lives and the economy within District 5 and all of Plumas County. The Beauty, Kindness and Encouragement in the Hearts of the People here plus the Scenic Beamy of Plumas County is what makes Our Communities' the places we and others Want to Visit and Live Here, Want to Build our Business' and Work Here, Want to Raise our Families and Will Love'It Here ....... So in closing my wife Jennifer and I would like to wish each of you, your families and friends a Very Merry Christmas, Happy Holidays and a Healthy, Prosperous and Blessed New Year. Thank You Again, Jeff Engel, District 5, Supervisor Elect "I Live Here, I've Raised Our Family Here, I Work Here, I Love It Here ..... " (530) 836-0257 James Wilson Staff Writer jwilson@plu The yuletide season is officially in effect with the 25th annual Quincy Sparkle kicking the season off this Friday between 5 and 8 p.m. in downtown Quincy The annual event, put on by the Quincy Chamber of Commerce, is a favorite among locals who gather on the sidewalks and in front of the courthouse to spread cheer and check out the offerings and bargains at the various shops downtown. Performances and other entertainment are scheduled to take place on the courthouse steps starting at 5 p.m. traditional holiday songs. The choir is scheduled to perform for 30 minutes. At 5:30 p.m., various floats featuring bright lights will make their way down Main Street for the Pacific Gas and Electric Co. Light Parade. It's not too late to enter a float in the parade. Those interested can contact the chamber at 283-0188. Floats will loop around to make their way down Main Street a second time. Santa Claus will arrive at the courthouse at 5:45. Old Saint Nick will hear what children want for Christmas and will be available for photos. Back-to-back dance performances will start at 6 p.m. Dancers from the The Plumas Christian Rhythm and Grace Dance LSdhool choir led by Eliza - Studio Willpei-f0rm dances to HaYj!ziJJ starthe [[- . _ ....... four songs,, followed by festivities off, singing routines worked up by the Mini Trojans Dance Squad. Those wishing to show their less-than-flattering attire should meet at the courthouse steps by 6:35 for the inaugural ugly sweater contest. The contest is open to all ages and will be judged by applause levels from the crowd. At 6:50 p.m. students participating in dromaworks will read the classic poem "A Visit From St. Nicholas," which begins "'Twas the night before Christmas .." 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