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m~ 2A Wednesday, Dec. 17, 2008 Feather River Bulletin Principal's Message We had two broken legs on the playground last week. Actual- ly, the Ewst student thought his leg was broken until two girls consoled him, helping him up and walking him attentively to his classroom. It was something of a miracle to see that leg heal. He wasn't even limping as they disappeared into the building. The other one looked much more painful - until it became bor- ing lying in the off.ice. The power of positive thinking finally just declared the break healed and away he went. It must be nice to be young;, I can't even get over a bruise that fast .... Regarding the Holiday Program, your children have been prac. ricing diligently. After all that work, it is discouraging to have the audience leave during the performance. If you can, please arrange to stay so the classes that perform last receive the same support as those that go fwst. We will appreciate your suppo Sincerely, Shepard Kest Porter, Principal A Word from the Secretary Please help your children remember to dress warmly. The air has been very chilly in the mornings and many stu- dents are not coming to school prepared for the cold temper- atures and fog. Layers are a good idea for this time of year. Check out the new PUSD website and their newsletter. Go to www.pcoe.kl2.ea.us, and click on the many new links available. If anyone would still like to donate food for local families in need this holiday season, it's not too late. Just bring your canned goods to the cafeteria and place them under the tree. Any clothing left at school after December 19th will be donated to charity over the break. Please be sure to check the lost and found. Jennifer McColm, Secretary Calendar of Events Dec 11 ............ K-12...School Board Meeting at Quincy High Dec 18 .............. K-3 ..... Holiday Program, 9:00 Dec 22-Jan 2.. :.K-12....Winter Break Need a gift for the holiday? Glycolic Facial/ Brow Wax $60 rlar FUN GIFTS! • Hasbro • Crayola • Gund • Specialty Baby- Books • Jewelry• Handbags• Clothing • Paintings by Julie Featuring: is Complimentary gift wrap! Open Daily llam-4pm Fri. & Sat. 10am-Spin Downtown Graeagle • 836-2585 Girl Scouts decorate museum Two troops of the Quincy Girl Scouts of America, Brownie Troop 429 and Junior Troop 1127, spent a fun afternoon at the Plumas County Museum Friday, Dec. 5, decorating the 12-foot white fir on the main floor. This has been a tradition for the past 10 years and this year was under the direction of leaders Lois Robbins, her son Bruce, Leann Read and Crystal Hardgrave. The enthusiastic group of 15 girls, with help from Samuel Lawson and Toby Buus, completed the decorating in just under an hour. They then engaged in a game of scavenger hunt throughout the museum before heading off for pizza at the Pizza Factory. Girl Scout participants were, Justina Collins, Michaela Barnes, Valeria Robbins, Autumn Henderson, Taylor Hendrick, America Little, Hannah Simi, Laura Dobson, Adia Jade Dean, Leigh Ann Bresnyan, Mary Jane Oxsen, Rilee McAdams, Chyanne Morrison and Rhiannon Gonzales. Catholic churches hold pa2eant Children from St John's Church in Quincy and St. Anthony'sChurch in Greenville gathered for a photo at St. John's Catholic Church Dec 7, as they prepared for the annual Christmas pageant, remembering the story of Jesus' birth. Following the program, more than 150 parishioners enjoyed a Mexican Christmas dinner in the hall that included homemade tamales and enchiladas. Photo submitted Good for You Sunday, Dec. 7, was a mem- all the Elk members who Party started at 1 p.m. The chil- orable day for the Quincyhave gone before, and the dren made ornaments, decorat- Elks 1884. men and women who died at ed cookies and cupcakes and The day started with the PearlHarbor. watched Christmas movies. Elks Memorial Service, this It was a small but meaning- Santa visited the party. year honoring Leonard L. ful gathering. There were 30 children and Thayer, PER, Bruce Forbes, The children's Christmas a total of 60 people. Dr. David Schillen is committed to providing his national experience in caring for patients who have sports-related injuries. From top-level athletes to active seniors Dr. Schillen offers outstanding expertise supported by the collaborative efforts of the most qualified muskuloskeletal team in the region. Practice Emphasis • ACL Reconstruction • Rotator Cuff Repair • Shoulder Stabilization • Meniscus & Cartilage Surgery • Athroscopic Treatment for: Shoulder • Knee • Hip Wrist • Ankle • Elbow • Endoscopic Carpal Tunnel Release • Other Musculoskeletal Conditions Sports Medicine & General Orthopaedic Care Experienced in Sports Medicine Currently: • Simpson University and Shasta College Team Physician • Providing Sports Medicine support to multiple North State high schools Previously: • United States Air Force Academy, NCAA Division One athletic programs, Team Physician • Team Physician for multiple high school football teams in Texas where he helped start and run safety programs • Heavenly Resort SkiPatrol, Orthopaedic Surgeon • United States Snowboard and Men's Alpine Ski Teams, Assistant Team Doctor • University of Texas, Assistant Team Doctor University of New Mexico. Assistant Team Doctor Shasta Orthopaedics is the largest, most qualified orthopaedic team in the North State with offices in Redding, Fall River Mills, and now Chester, Call 242.9464 to schedule an appointment today! Choose Complete Close-to-home Care with Confidence L ± 1 530.242.9464 • www.Shasta 0 rtho.com Shasta Orthopaedics- Chester • 199 Reynolds Road, Chester, CA 96020 if you want to send a letter to the editor please send it here: dfragnoli@plumasnews.com WINTER SPECIAL *Change Oil & Filter (up to 5 qts) *Rotate Tires (if needed) *Brake Check (without wheel pull) *Cooling System Check *45 pt. General Inspection & lube A $cl5 VALUE "most cars & lite trucks *plus tax & haz mat fee ti Auto Techtronics 213 Danny Ct. e, Quincy Expires Dec 31, 2008 'lql~ll I H ~IRil I- N