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;IOA Wednesday, Dec. 17, 2008 Feather River Bulletin tain Food Security Project, WASSAIL, fro page 1A Birth Partners and Footloose Dance Studio through a Co- affordable foods and prod- operative Community Fund. ucts while supporting organ- This year, the Cooperative ic, sustainable agriculture Community Fund will also and promoting health aware- donate to the Pioneer E!e- ness." mentary School Garden Pro- Cooperatively owned since ject and the Graeagle 1978, this natural foods coop- Preschool Parent Co-op. erative is presently owned by Through its "Eat-A Rain- over 1,200 members of the bow" program, the co-op community. It supports and sends staff into local class- patronizes other local busi- rooms to educate students nesses and food producers to about healthy eating. QNF of- create a healthy, vibrant lo- fers workshops and classes cal economy. It seeks out regarding health, gardening suppliers that are committed and cooking that are open to to stewardship and sustain- all community members. ability, quality and excel- The co-op brought the lence, and overall planetary Quincy Certified Farmers health. Market to Quincy weekly The co-op strives tobe a re- during the summer. source for the community It is working to promote and promote health and well- health and awareness in the ness whenever it can. In 2007, community and to provide it donated 10 percent of prof- the area with high-quality, its to local nonprofits Moun- affordable food. iiiiiiiiiiiiii!i~iiii!iiiili!i]i!iii Braving the nip in the air for a traditional nip from the bowl, the Wassail Bowl of course, a cheerful crowd gathered for the Quincy chamber's annual and festive Wassail Bowl Friday, Dec. 12. Chamber Director Dennis Bailey was master of ceremonies, President Dee Dee Driscoll pre- sented and Executiw Director Sarah Metzler served as the official greeter. Photos by Traci Bue i Set up the Christmas tree away from woodstoves or other heat sources. Inspect lights for frayed wires or broken sockets. Keep lighted candles away from holiday greens and other flammable ob ects. Take a Closer Look at By raising awareness of these often-overlooked dangers, you can help ensure a safe and happy holiday in your home. Check your tree's water stand daily to prevent it from drying out. When small children or pets are present in the home, avoid decorating with plants that can be toxic if eaten. Examples include poinsettias, mistletoe and holly berries. When small children or pets are present in the home, be careful to pick up any ribbons from the floor to prevent choking hazards. Never throw wrapping paper in or near a fireplace. When small children or pets are present in the home, never hang glass or breakable ornaments near the bottom of the tree. DMF / K.N. BARNARD, FA ulenom l MnNU STOIIAG| Boarding KEN ARNA O A IATE ..... BUSINESS AND TAX CONSULTANTS I / [ -" 283-1600 Kennels Bus: (530) 283-3965 l| [ QUINY MINI $TOIIAU Res: (530) 836-0349I / I 1972 Lee Rd., (behind SavMor), Quincy 283-2833 Fax: (530) 283-4369J I/ 283-3515 Sierra [ " ][ I Supply1] I ~'~~S~~m I I~ 283-2350 101 Trilogy Lane ~l Quincy, CA 95971 I ~J[I ]]" 'CO'' Jl~ (888) 447-2s70 283-0800 (530) 283-1688 18 31 beverage. I of the Out and Ai~out in Quincylgroup, a ~Q~the chain- wassail servers, filling cup after froth), ~{Jp of the tradition~ yule-time Joining the festivities at the 44th annual Wassail Bowl last Friday at the county courthouse was the rhythm and collective voice of the Hum Ku Drum circle of Greenville. From left: Carol Hall, Sandy O'Connell, Jeanene Hafen, l.orena Gorbet and Janine. up your phone lineby using a Sierra WiFi Si f[8 high-speed, always-on Internet connection. Wireless Broadband basic package Internet Services foronly $19.95 per month. the Rural Community Basic Install fee - $150.00" NLOS - 900 MHz - $350.00 installation fee* Call oau-tu -uzza , Download up to 1500 k- Upload up to 384k or 530.635-0234 Only $19.95 month Computer network design and installation.