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Feather River Bulletin Wednesday, Dec. 19, 2012 15A Employees decoratc.00 cou-00:house c Those who venture to the fourth floor of the Plumas County Courthouse in Quincy will find the first-place winner in the annual courthouse door-decorating contest. The district attorney's office assembled this display, which welcomes every- one to the North Pole. The first- and second-place winners were announced during the employees' potluck lunch held Dec. 11 in the courthouse. Photos by Debra Moore oors This Christmas tree made with Styrofoam peanuts and empty paper towel cardboard tubes nabs second place in the annual courthouse door-decorating contest. Assistant Clerk-Recorder Melinda Rother said that she and her co-workers "tried to be creative with and use household items." The presents at the base of the tree are wrapped in newspaper. Debra Moore to the district attorney's office part of the annual celebration Staff Writer with its "Welcome to the organized by the Plumas North Pole" theme. County Employees Associa- The clerk-recorder's office tion and the Management From the simple to the elab- claimed second place with its Council. orate, office loors in the Christmas tree and gaily Winners are named during Plumas County Courthouse wrapped gifts, the potluck lunch, which is display the holiday spirit. A trio of high school stu- served on the second floor of It's an annual tradition for dents judged the doors, which the courthouse. Employees the county departments to were as simple as an ever- and their guests can eat a va- decorate their doors and a green wreath, and as elabo- riety of homemade treats and contest is held to select the rate as a pop-out window that enjoy the holiday concert pro- best. held stuffed toys. vided by the High Sierra Com- Fhis year that honor went The decorating contest is munity and Youth Orchestra. I 6Disposal of Christmas Trees I We will be collecting Christmas I .Etf". In]  Trees for disposal and asking for a ]   minimum $10 donation made I payable to Quincy Little League I 1. - Drop your tree off on 12/29 or 1/5 at the corner of [ Hwy 70 and South Redburg from 10am. 12pm I ., klp's 4x4, Jeff's Diesel, & Buck's Lake Logging) ] 2. Call to make arrangements for a personal pickup at your [house: I Call Michelle Morrison for Town pick-up @ 283-3322 I Call Dustin Vert for East Quincy pick-up @ 394-7349 [ Quincy Little League is trying to raise money for new uniforms and equipment for the upcoming season. Feather River Quincy/Greenlle Christmas Week pick up schedule If your trash is usually This week it will picked up on: be picked up on: Monday 12/24 ......... ............. as usual NO CHANGE Tuesday 12/25 .......................... Wednesday 1,2/26 Wednesday 12/26 ......................... Thursday 12/27 Thursday 12/27 ............................... Friday 12/28 Friday 12/28 .................................. Saturday 12/29 Please have all cans out for pick up by 7:00am Feather River Disposal, Inc. A Waste Management Company Serving Quincy, Greenville & ChesterLake Almanor 530-283-2004 wu, ,**u,m,,m Bullying Assembly: Friday December 21 Bullying is an unwanted, aggressive behavior among school aged children. It involves a real or perceived power imbal- ance. The behavior is repeated, or has the potential to be re- peated, over time. Both kids who are bullied and who bully others may have lasting serious problems. Bullying includes actions such as making threats, spread- ing rumors, attacking someone physically or verbally, and excluding someone from a group on purpose. Sherrif Greg Hagwood and I will be presenting as a joint effort the seri- ous concern of Bullying. We will be addressing the lasting effects and the legal ramifications to our students next Fri- day afternoon. We will also be covering inappropriate cell phone usage, the internet, and student responsibilities. Please talk with your children and remind them how impor- tant it is to report any and all Bullying, even in texting and on Face book. If it is not reported we cannot help in mak- ing sure that is stops. SheriffHagwood and I are committed to making sure our students are safe and free from harass- ment of all types. Bullying can occur during or after school hours. A signifi- cant amount occurs in places like in the halls changing classes, afterschool or on the bus. It can also happen travel- ing to or from school, in our student's neighborhood, or on the Internet. Take the time to discuss with your child this Friday and call my office if you have any concerns what so ever. We have to work together to make a difference. Dr. Sue Grades will be available to view in your parent portal ac- count Thursday, December 20. Upcoming Events ..... 12/19 Winter Concert, 6:00 12/21 Basketball vs. North Tahoe at home 12/24-1/4 Winter Break - No School Counselor's Corner Wed. Jan. 23@6pm in the library: Cash for College hands-on workshop for the FAFSA. Seniors who attend can be eligi- ble for a $1000 scholarshipIISAT: Jan. 26 (will have to go to Reno or Chico) Registration deadline Dec. 28. Next ACT is Feb. 9 in Reno or Chico. Regis. deadline Jan. 11. You must bring a photo ID and your admission ticket to the test session or you will NOT be admitted even if the proctor knows you. New security regulations are in effect. .. Don t tet uour dreams CrU m a,,o/ nul$ When you drink and drive, chances are Motor Snnlv yo.', .,ip .p ,.. 00.ring t.. a-urr-. holiday season and year-round, act .=1" Radiooq.oq:nShack resp?nsibly and find another way home _ --w LV,.,,., if you ve been drinking, Designate a sober aD sae HEAl) START driver, or ask a friend for a ride And if you 1,,1 pPghO0 think that,s a hassle, consider how rll'. ,,rvi,,vt.,,.ss, n. inconvenient it will be to lose your license.  a'(l; 4" 124M2 '"'ies D O N n =: P Chester (530) 258-0700 DRINII, 0 CLINICAL UENTISTRY , m Mkhad Hernd0n, DDS n n m m m  431 WinSl.,Quincy.283-ll19 O RIVE ! this holiday season. .,..,__.,,,. This "x,. "  is brought to '", " "- -  " DMF ./'.2:_. i you by these '-/ ,,(gt/f t a! Boarding community-minded [Uw, L PROPERTIES  III : 9 K""-"'- -- 283-3386 t  , u un mmo businesses  IU, 1695 E. Main St., East Quincy 283-2833 60 East Main St. 283.2320 WE DELIVER! 83-2820 SIERRA PAClFI INDUSTRIES G,'vll Fos. F Ow Fmu .spi-ind.m PLUMAS 00IBANK "Local People Serving Local Needs" 283-6800 KEN BADMAD, JOIIN BR[AUY CYlA, Enrolled Agents Bus: (530) 283-3965 Res: (530) 836-0349 Fax: (530) 283-4369 dramaworks 14 Crescent St, Quincy 283-1956 m#t:..vjt., 283-0800 JWL AMEm MINI ST01IAIIE , 169 Lawrence St., Quincy 283-1600 UlNCY IIII STORAU 1972 Lee Rd.. (behind SavMor) Quincy 283-3515  Gregory &wyer, DE rmly DenUstry & Orthodontics NO more "Metal MOUth" Imkig. C#rb'rd  ..tx, m,-- 283.2811 CA. LIC 1405176 283-1605