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December 15, 2010

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Feather River Bulletin Wednesday, Dec. 15, 2010 3A ( 'p ' " $3,000 @ Students from the FeatherCaf6 Le Coq provided a I am so glad to see our stu- River College, of River College diversity and post-production meal to the dents promoting the special Instruction, : Virginia drama Clubs joined forcesentire cast and crew follow- experience Feather River Jaquez, 570 Gol(Len Eagle Dec. 7 - 8, with the Associat- ing the performances, provides. Avenue, Quincy, CA 95971. ed Student Body and SIFE to Student body, ad qsor AmyThe Lawrence Gonsalves present ',Kaleidoscope: Music Schultz said, This was all Legacy Scholarship will is Our Inspiration." done by the students, theprovide a $500 award for a de- The production ran two advisors really had very serving FRC student each nights at the Town Hall little to do with iti Students year. If another $3,500 can Theatre in Quincy; it was a conceived and created thebe raised before June 30, celebration of diversity, in- whole thing and refined the spired by the memory of production during countless Larry Gonsalves, a resident hours of rehearsal since of Quincy who passed away suddenly earlier this year. It was also the initial fundraiser for the Lawrence Gonsalves Legacy Scholar, ship that will provide schol- August." Cheyanne Lanoutte and Kambrya Blake wrote the script. Portia served as production manager, and members of the drama club filled the acting roles. the Osher Foundation will match the scholarship amount, which will allow the scholarship to be granted in perpetuity. Those interested in making a donation in honor of Mr. Gonsalves, should make checks payable to the FRC arships for future FRC students in Gonsalves' name. The event raised $3,039 towards the scholarship fund over the two-night run. According to Portia Gon- salves-Miller, Gonsalves' daughter and the driving force behind the production, "Kaleidoscope" was well at- tended both nights, with an enthusiastic sellout crowd Wednesday and a nearly full house Tuesday night. The theme was harmony and diversity, expressed by a cast of FRC students through skits, jokes, dance, video clips and song. The shows began with a tribute to Larry Gonsalves before the students took the stage and then proceeded to the students' performance. The audience responded vigorously at the conclusion of the show on both nights with sustained standing ovations. According to Portia, "Our goal was to make the audi- ence laugh, cry and think, and to honor my dad. From what I've heard, we accom- plished all those goals. I really want to say thanks to the community and to all our sponsors for the fabulous support they've shown." Portia said many local businesses and individuals contributed to the effort. Carey Candy Company, Les Schwab Tires and Sights and Sounds were sponsors for the event. According to Bruce Bald- Foundation and in the sub- win, director of Outreach at ject line note that it is for the "Over the past ten days, the condition of my neck has greatly improved. I'm back to my normal routine and, best of all, I'm able to sleep." John Houck FRC, "I was blown away by Larry Gonsalves Legacy the show. It was entertaining, Scholarship. fun and insightful all at once. Mail checks fo Feather _ I i PDH Volunteers Bargain BouUque Montb-End $olel 50~ oM most items. • Lost business day ol the month. M-F 11 - 3 - 293 Lawrence Street, Quincy • 283-4345 II Feather River "Last Chance Toy Drive" Toy Boxes Boxes located at: Plumas County Courthouse, Quincy Bank oFAmerica, Quincy Sports-N-Shorts, Quincy Feather River Bulletin, Quincy Dupont Power Tool, Quincy Sierra Sunrise, Greenville Helen's Place, Quincy Les Schwab/Horton Tire, Quincy e Toy boxes will be picked up on Dec, 19. All toys are taken to the Plumas Crisis Centerin Quincy. PLUMAS PHYSICAL THERAPY Kory Felker. MPT 78 Central Ave., Quinc 283-2202 # SNOWMOBILERS 100 miles of groomed trails Cast members Anthony Waller, Derrick "DD" Flakes, Travis Bagley and Joi Beardon dance their way through a skit during Kaleidoscope, a musical celebration and fundraiser for a schol- arship fund at Feather River College. Photo courtesy Feather River College We helped Santa and his Elves to clearly see the road before them. We can help you and your elves too! Call today to schedule an appointment for a vision and eye exam. II FRIDEN OPTOMETRY FAMILY EYE CARE e CONTACT LENSES .... Jonathan Friden, O.D. • Joshua Baer, O.D. i : i : 68 Central Ave. • Quincy • 283-2020 i i i Complete vision and eye care, Optometrists and Ophthalmologists on staff, Vision and Eye examinations, treatrnent of eye disease, cataract surgery, foreign body removal, threshold visual field analysis, contact lenses, glasses (large selection of inexpensive to designer eyewear), low vision aids for the visually impaired, and vision therapy for learning related vision problems. AT BUCKS LAKE Open Thurs. - Sun. Dec. 29 Mar. 28 9am to 10pm * RESTAURANT * BAR * * CABINS TO RENT * * STORE * CROSS-COUNTRY SKIERS -- 25 acres invites you to their Annual Christmas Thursday, Dec. 16th, 3:30pm ~ 6:30pm 2453 E. Main Street, Quincy Come see the kitties and eat some goodies! PAWS wishes you a "MEOWY CATSMAS! " (plus Recycle Fee & Sales Tax) On most passenger cars & light trucks. Diesels extra. 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