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Students' gingerbread creations reach new heights Tenth-graders Shelby Kingston, Elaina Amodei and Jaycy West (left) went traditional with their gingerbread house. When complete it will have gumdrops on the roof and a candy cane pathway according to Amodei. Senior Jonathan Cabrera and junior Mason Kennedy (not shown) are winging it as they build not one, but two space- ships of gingerbread (lower left). They plan to have one air- borne ship and another on the ground in a field of cows -- complete with tractor beam all in gingerbread. Freshmen Makayla Moheit and Elita Hutchins work with senior Zak Vaughn on a gingerbread Eiffel Tower, inspired by" the History Club's 2009 visit. Nineteen students from Nicole Yoacham's culinary arts classes at Quincy High are building a variety of houses. Photos by Mona Hill Bin il Snowball cookie 1 cup soft butter 1/2 cup powdered sugar 1 tsp. vanilla 1/4 tsp. salt 2 1/4 cup cake flour 3/4 cup chopped pecans (toast whole in oven first) Mix all. Form into 1-inch balls. Bake at 400 on ungreased cookie sheet for 10-12 min- utes. Cool for 5 minutes. Sift powdered sugar over. Quincy Elks 1884 held its annual Elks Memorial Ser- Vice Sunday, Dec. 5. This year's memorial was for Ted Morgan, A1 Logan, Clyde Whitcomb, PER Joseph Demboze and Ray Mathes, as well as the other members who have passed before. The service was open to the public in addition to all Elk members. The Elks Memorial is one of the Grand Lodge's manda- tory services. Quincy Elks 1884 hosted its eighth annual Thanksgiving dinner. PER Bill Whitcher and his Lady Carol furnished the food and Exalted Ruler Pat Mealy and his crew pre- pared and served more than 64 meals. There were 17 veterans and eight veterans' widows, along with Elks, friends and families. The donations collected are the basis for the Elks Christ- mas food baskets. Last year, the Lodge gave 12 baskets ;to -give 15'baskets t!ais ycar w)th 12 goi ag to veterans. ! I !~ :::::::::::::::::::::: ::~'~i:;~::~:::~ii: :: ~! ~::~#.: Gentle Treatments, Less Pain Our goal is to reduce pain, increase flexibility and improve your health. " ............ Love Life Again and Enjoy the HOlidays! Stephen P. Grosse, D.C. Graeagle Chiropractic I Quincy Chiropractic 8989iiwy 89 (By the Barn) I 2254 E. Main St., * Quincy , Graeagle I (530) 283-5666 (530) 262-4791 ] II~ Open 6am - 12pro Open lpm - 4pm Saturday, December 18, 2010 10:00am-2:00pm $15.00 4x6 photo with mat Additional photos and sizes can be ordered & will be ready for pickup on Tuesday, Dec, 21 o .--- n--- L I 20 70 of proceeds will from ,ram m ...... , I go to Toys for Totsl Ea !e's .... /Nest f?ame Shop and Callerg 446 Main St:,' Quincy * (530) 283-9374 For tfiis fioriday season, would to ffmrd, everyone for tfieir support in tfiese fiardttmes. to e cfi otfier to 9et tfirouga t is period. We need to forward (fecause 3etter times are afie (tgis won't fixstforever}. So, I wisfiyott a Merry Christmas and tile very est for tile New Year, and the continued ove of your famffy friends. Tfianf youy Chris If you want to send a letter to the editor, please send it here: dfragnoli Church offers services on Christmas Eve Christ the King Episcopal Church will have lessons and carols at a Christmas Eve ser- vice Friday, Dec. 24, at 5 p.m. The church is at 545 Lawrence St. For information, the church telephone number is 283-0254. 125 Myrtle, Chester * Behind "Kopper Kettle" Up to 5 qts. sYnthetic-blend oil and filter and 15-point inspection OFFER ENDS 12/21110 Open Monday - Saturday, 10am - 5pm Sunday, 10am - 4pm Hwy 89 Crescent Mills 284-6016