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Feather River Bulletin Wednesday, Dec. 8, 2010 5A High school service club feeds community The Quincy High School Service Club put on a free, delicious dinner for the com- munity Nov. 22, in the QHS cafeteria. All ,food was prepared and 'donated by the S-club members, their families, Soroptimist International members, principal Sue Segura, vice principal Jeff Ray, S-Club advisor Nicole Yoacham, SavMor and Quincy Natural Foods. The students served about 50 people and collected $218 in donations for the local -food bank in Quincy. They say it was a fun and rewarding experience. "The S-Club plans on making this an annual event," noted corresponding secretary Nina Martynn, who also organized the event. S-Club members who helped with the community dinner included (from left) Bailey Beeson, Tori Beeson, Nina Martynn, Dante Knowles, Austin Hagwood, Garrett Hagwood, Natalie Kepple, Courtney Webb, Alienor Delawnay, Elizabeth Volz, Clair Kepple and Melanie Weaver. Not shown: Isabella Brandes, Katie Barns, Cameron Diaz-Deleon and Kasey Camp. Photo by S-Club advisor Nicole Yoacham Monologues and ,tialogues School concert next Wednesday Delaine Fragnoli Managing Editor df ragnoli@plu Groups from theQuincy Junior-Senior High School music program will present a winter concert Wednes- day, Dec. 15, at 6 p.m. in the small gym at the school. Choir and conceit bands, as well as the jazz band, will perform under the direction of Tanner Johns. The concert is free, but a suggested donation of $3 will help support the music department. Johns said the repertoire would not be specifically holiday or even winter- themed. He said a highlight should be the jazz band per- formance. The group is set to play "Another Night in Tunisia,? a Dizzy Gillespie composition; "Kids are Pretty People" by Thad Jones; "Red Clay" by Fred- die Hubbard; and the Blood Sweat & Tears standard "SpinningWheel." The jazz group recently had the opportunity to work with professor Rocky Winslow from the Chico State Jazz.Studies program. Winslow is "an unbeliev- able educator and a great musician," said Johns. All area high schools partici- pated in the clinic. Johns, who also works with Quincy elementary school students, said he was trying to schedule a concert for those groups during the last week of school before winter break, Dec. ! 3- !,7, The Magic Beanstalk Players (grades K-8) will perform Saturday, Dec. 11, at 2 p.m. in the Town Hall Theatre. They will present a collection of scenes and monologues, as well as perform '1 Won't Grow Up," a musical number from their upcoming production of "Peter Pan." The show is free and open to the public. Auditions for "Peter Pan" are Jan. 20, from 3:30-5 p.m. at the Veterans' Hall and are open to grades third through eighth. Grades K-second will also be involved in the production, and their class starts Jan. 19. Call Danielle at 283-9266 or dramaworks at 283-1956 for more information. Photo courtesy dramaworks Grange waffles Feather River Grange, 55 Main St. in Quincy, will serve waffles for breakfast, Saturday, Dec. 11, 8 - 10 a.m. Cost is $6. Sold by Soroptimist International of Quincy I ' ;i i  ,: ..... Treat yourself or give a gift of chocolate!  Availableat: l Great Northern Hair Company 458 Main St., Quincy or call JoAnn at 283-3302 i Richard K. Stockton, CLU ChFC, Agent Insurance Lic. #0B68653 Providing Insurance & Financial Services 65 W. Main St. - Ouincv, CA 95971 (530) 283-0565 - Fax (530) 283-5143 www, WE LIVE WHERE YOU LIVE I'm your agent for ithat. No one wants to pay for unnecessary extras and with my help, you won't have to. I'll help make sure you understand your options, and that you have the .best coverage at the best price. Like a good neighbor, State Farm is there; CALL ME TODAY. 00StateFarm # 1001183 State Farm ,Home Office' 810nmington, IL: .... 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THE 000LD RUSH aALLERY ~ Custom Jewelry Design and Jewelry Repair ~ 119 HIGHWAY 89 GRAEAGLE, CA 96103 (530) 836-2712 \\; HAPPY HOLIDAYS. the Graeagle Community Church _ G '00teagle Holida00 Home Tour Featuring Six Beautiful Homes December 11th from 11am - 4pm Proceeds to benefit our youth for their Missionary trip toChina Door Prizes and Raffle! Tickets: S l 2, available at the following locations... Graeagle - Graeagle Florist & Mercantile, The Millworks, Chamber of Commerce Portola - High Sierra Books, Value Wise Quincy - Finishing Touch Tickets also available at the church from 9am - noon ' ..............  The Wellness Column . Presented by Christopher W. Anderson, DC IBUPROFEN - More bad news The popular drug .Ibuprofen (active ingredient ,for Advil and Motren) not only causes an increased risk of GI bleeding and ulcers, but now it has been found to increase the risk of heart disease. The common painkiller, ibuprofen, may boost the likelihood of heart problems in high risk patients who have osteoarthritis (OA), suggests research in the Annals of the Rheumatic Diseases. The research team followed 18,325 patients with OA (Osteoarthritis) for one year. All subjects were over the age of 50. The study participants were taking one Of three different drugs. The ibuprofen group was taking 800 mg three times a day of the drug which is classified as a non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug (NSAID). Many of the subjects were also taking low-dose aspirin. The results showed that high risk patients taking aspirin and ibuprofen were around nine times more likely to have heart attacks and strokes over a one-year period. (Annals of the Rheumatic Diseases - April 2007) What this means: Basically, if you are taking ibuprofen on a reg- ular basis, you need to be aware of the risks of th!s drug. What many of us forget is that all drugs have side effects. In fact, anything we put in our mouths has side effects; whether it's vitamins or food. The question is whether the side effect is positive or negative. Osteoarthritis is the "wear and tear" type of arthritis; in other words, all of us that are using our body will eventually get it. The goal is to manage it. Pain killers are one way, but a better way is through Chiropractic..As a chiropractor, I work with the arthritic joints and gently help those joints work more effectively. This in turn leads to less pain and disability. No side effects. If reading this article is making you think about the amount of ibuprofen you take, perhaps it's time to give Chiropractic a try. For an appointment in Portola and Quincy, call 832 4442. I I I I