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FEATHER RIVER Ming Areas Since 1866 Wednesday, Dec. 8, 2010 Vol. 144, No. 18 50 CENTS Musical and theatrical pro- ductions abound in Quincy this week. Get your tickets now, as some of these events will most likely sell out. Tonight: "Kaleidoscope: A Celebration of Diversity," 7 p.m. at the Town Hall Theatre. Tickets are $7 adults, $5 students; available at Les Schwab, Sights and Sounds, and Carey Candy Company. All proceeds bene- fit the Lawrence Gonsalves memorial scholarship. Thursday: Holiday Words & Music, 7 p.m., Morning Thunder Car6, Lawrence St. Annual holiday celebration. Open mic sign-ups at the door. Admission $3. For information, 238-3402. Thursday - Sunday: Quincy High School drama students present a comedy, "The Brothers Grimm Spec- taculathon," in the QHS theater in the small gym. Showtimes for Dec. 9 - 11 are 7 p.m. and Dec. 12 at 2 p.m. Tickets are $5 presale and are available at Carey Candy Company or Forest Station- ers. Tickets are also available each night at the door for $6. Doors open a half-hour before the show. Friday: 46th Wassail Bowl and Citizen and Business of the Year, 5:15 - 7 p.m., Plumas County Coarthouse, Live ...... music, entertainment, appe- tizers and Cookie Master cookie contest. Le Panache, Plumas County madrigal singers under the direction of John Probst, will present a Christ- mas concert of religious and See Q, page 14A wing and a .pra}2cr The entire student body, teachers and staff of Quincy Elemen- tary School gathered Tuesday morning, Dec, 7, in a show of love and support for classmate Jedidiah Lusk, who can no longer attend school because of an inoperable brain tumor. Inspired by the book "Sadako and the Thousand Cranes," the students have been folding 1,000 paper cranes for Jedidiah, whose condition was diagnosed last February. They hung the recently completed cranes on the school's Christmas tree. "The children understood that the cranes would not cure him," said Jedidiah's fourth-grade teacher Julie Hochrein, "but that every crane was made with a good thought, loving wish, prayer or whatever they want to call it." Photos by Shannon Morrow Long SPARKLE longboards The Quincy Sparkle light parade had new participants this year, when the Plumas Ski Club decked out a truck with ski history nostalgia last Friday night. This winter celebrates the 150th anniversary of ski racing in North America, which originated locally. Pictured is Rob Russell, left, and Phil Gallagher, far left. For more Sparkle pictures, see page 6A. Photos by Shannon Morrow II1!!!!!!! !1!1! !!!!1 !1 To subscribe to the Bulletin, call 530-283-0800