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2A Wednesday, Dec. 8, 2010 Feather River Bulletin ...in merry me,0000sure... Soroptimist International of Quincy hosi itS' 41st Community Christmas sing Sunday, Dec. 12, at 2 p.m. in the lobby of the Plumas County Courthouse in Quincy. Emcee David Hollister and song leader John Probst join with accompanist Judy Wright for yet another concert by local musicians and the community itself, Join the Methodist Bell Choir; Our Savior Lutheran Church Choir; the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints; Johnny Walker; Le Panache; the United Methodist Church Choir; Jody Beynon, Debi Hamilton and Sue Jones; Dave, Shelley and Tanner Johns; and the Quincy High School Choir for an winter's afternoon of voices raised in song. File photo NO-COST CONSULTING SERVICES The Northeastern Small Business Development Center - Greater Sierra, hosted by Los Rios Community College District*, is now of- fering no-cost consulting services to business owners and soon-to- be businesss owners in Plumas County. The SBDC provides comprehensive business guidance on best practices for small busi- nesses, business plan development, start-up basics, the loan process, procurement and contracting opportunities, regulatory compliance and money management. Our consultants will be available to meet with you one-on-one (by appointment only, we are unable to accommodate walk-ins) for all your business needs. Call 877.853.9093 today to set-up an ap- pointment with an SBDC Consultant and also visit us online at www.sierrasbdc.com. Consulting Services will be held at: Plumas Work Connection, 1953 East Main Street, Quincy, CA 95971 NORTHEASTERN CALIFORNIA *Funded in part through a Cooperative Agreement with the U.S. Small Business Administration SBU C SMALL BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT CENTER AT SHASTA COLLEGE and COLLEGE OF THE SISKIYOUS Dr. Grosse can help you get back on track! Blue Shield has a health plan that's right for you. , ..... ,,, Leave aches and pains behind you. We offer quality treatment for: Neck & Back Pain Arm, Shoulder & Leg Pain Muscle & Joint Pain Sports Injuries -. Stephen E Grosse, D.C. [ . QuincyChiro.practic |  2254 E. Main St., Quincy ]j' (530) 283-5666 l,  Open 6am - 12pm Graeaglc Chiropractic 8989 Hwy 89 (By the Barn) Graeagh (530) 262-4791 Open lpm - 4pm QHS to '!ncrease the peace' ot a penny in y purs, pocket, piggy bank or in your change jar? Quincy Junior High stu- dents are collecting pennies to support Pennies for Peace. Greg Mortensen, author of the bestseller "Three Cups of Tea" and its sequel "Stones into Schools," began this or- ganization to raise money to build schools in rural Pak- istan and Afghanistan. It costs a mere $600 to fund a teacher for a year; students have set this amount as their fundraising goal, inspired by the author's words, "Igno- rance breeds hatred and the simplest way to stop that is to educate kids." Students have raised more than $200 in pennies already; every penny makes a difference. Donation jars are available at these community loca- tions: Pizza Factory, Quincy Thrift, Tracy's Sweet Surpris- es, Quincy Natural Foods and Quincy High School. For more information, visit penniesforpeace.org or e-mail sstirling@pcoe.kl2.ca.us. Seventh-grader Rachel Hanna rolls pennies for Quincy High School's Pennies for Peace project. Photo courtesy Quincy High School GRILL y Ceremo;00), to mar, e solstice ii!!   "..i i'i!  :ii "Nia Playshop: The 5 Sensations," Saturday, Dec. 11, 9 - 10:30 a.m., Quincy Yoga '8= Wellness Center, 1690 East Main St. Increase your ability to sense, activate and play with the five sensations of func- tional fitness: strength, flexi- bility, mobility, agility and stability. Energize body, mind, emotions and spirit. 250 Bonta St., Blairsden  $ ..... 1 -from I - attLynn 836- 300 :l   :  :  . :,A '- Early Bird Special Menu (5-6pm) Full menu - Great prices! ,:,, :i:, Lunch, Tues-Sat from I I AM - ' l ' e Dinner Tues-Sun from 5PM ':; ;':*'':" "Grill" l :  ;)''l Holiday Parties Lunch or Dinner J -=---=== - ----u-=--t Feather River TOY RUN "Last Chance Toy Drive" Toy Boxes Boxes located at: Plumas County Courthouse, Quincy Bank of America, Quincy Sports-N-Shorts, Quincy Feather River Bulletin, Quincy Dupont Power Toot, Quincy Sierra Sunrise, Greenville Toy boxes will be picked up on Dec. 19. All toys are taken to the Plumas Crisis Center in Quincy. "-*I1*11_( If you want to send a letter to the ,=,, editor, please send it here: dfragnoli@plumasnews.com Beginners welcome. Cost: $15 in advance or $20 at the door; or Wellness Card punch + $5. Second annual Winter Solstice Yoga celebration, Tuesday, Dec. 21, 5:30 - 7 p.m., Quincy Yoga & Wellness Center, 1690 East Main St. The Winter Solstice is the longest night of the year. It is a time for renewal and recon- nection with the earth. It is time to say farewell to the darkness and to welcome and celebrate the return of the light. Yoga instructors Jane Stei- del, Averil Kimble, Clare Churchill and Jennifer Mc- Quarrie will lead a free class; there will be a donation box for a local charity/nonprofit organization. Participants are asked to bring a votive,cad.le in a holder for the ceramony. Space is limited, so reserve early to Jane at 283-3536 or janeyogaS0@digitalpath.net. Sulphur S[ "ings c 00oication Thursday Diana Jorgenson Portola Editor djorgenson@plu masnews.com After a lot of hard work raising the funds to buy the historic White Sulphur Springs Ranch, the Mohawk Valley Stewardship Council will celebrate the acquisition at a ribbon-cutting ceremony Thursday, Dec. 9, at 2 p.m. The celebration takes place at White Sulphur Springs Ranch (formerly called McLear's), at 2200.Highway 89, near the 89 % INN turnoff to Portola on A15. The White Sulphur Springs Ranch has been an important community gathering place, as well as a familiar local landmark, since the 1950s. The MVSC is committed to restoring the beautiful old white ranch house and prop- erty to that status once again. Given the early beginnings of winter in the area, organiz- ers encourage attendees to dress warmly -- but come. Call 836-1453 for more infor- mation. DAVID J. HEASLETT When your life changes, shouldn't your heolthcare coverage change with It? 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