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Feather River Bulletin Wednesday, Dec, 26, 2012 9A TRAGEDY AT SANDY HOOK While the tragedy at Sandy Hook Elementary is clear across the country, it struck a cord with all of us. Nearly all of us questioned our safety in our small community. We have all struggled with how to talk to our children about this. Even from across the country, we have grieved the loss of all those lives, teachers and young children. As your Principal, I have led our staff in evaluating our safety procedures by reviewing our safety plan. On Wednesday, we conducted a lockdown drill. Under the guidance of our head custodian, Frank Carey, the drill went very well students took it seriously and have given thought about what to do if such a terrible event were to happen here. And to help our students show their support, we have cre- ated a poster in the hallway that everyone can sign, as well as participated in the snowflakes for Sandy Hook cam- paign. On Friday, we head into winter break, but that does not mean that your child may not still be having feelings of grief and fear. Please, watch over them closely, and if you need assistance, let us know. We are here for you. As we approach the winter holidays, I want to share the joy that I have had these past six months have brought me by being your Principal. The students here make me smile daily, and I have so enjoyed getting to know them. Enjoy the comfort and joy of the holiday season with your family and friends, and we'll see you in the new year! Kristy Warren DICTIONARIES FOR ALL 3RD GRADERS -- THANKS ROTARY Thank you to the Rotary Club of Quincy for giving all 3rd grade students their very own dictionary. Ask a 3rd grad- er about the longest word in the English language, and try saying it! Upcoming Events 12/24- 1/4 Winter Vacation! 1/7/13 Back to School! 1/10/13 School Board Meeting, Quincy 1/21/13 MLK Jr. Day, No School 2/15/13-2/18/13 Four day weekend! A Mountain Manor Christmas Residents at Mountain View Manor in Quincy are once again entertained by members of the Plumes Christian School choir at their annual holiday luncheon Saturday, Dec. 15. The students performed a number of Christmas songs under the direction of Eliza Hardee. Beginning in the front row, from left: SongLian Hardee, Ellie Koskinen, Josiah Hardee, Abby Koskinen, CoraGrace Hardee, Justine Rapacilio, Johnnie Bruce, Corbyn Koskinen, Noah Hardee and Cameron Scully. Photo by Mike Taborski welcomes new li rlan Ave Hagwood ASB representative Quincy High School has been exceptionally busy late- ly! We recently finished a fundraiser for the Booster president, Brenda Roccucci, whose house burn down just months ago. We raised $257.56! The school hired a new librarian, Mrs. Tracy Kepple, who will work Mon- day through Friday but the hours vary from day to day. The band program had its annual Winter Concert Dec. 19 -- the performances by the choir and the bands were wonderful and everyone was full of spirit! The play "Ashdown-Lee" performance was a great suc- cess and the community was very supportive! Basketball season kicked off with the 32nd Tip-Off Clas- sic where Quincy JV placed third and varsity placed fourth. During that same week the girls played in Big- gs; JV placed second and var- sity placed fourth. It was good practice for the teams and they are ready for the season! The next game will be Jan. 11, 2013. It will start at 3:30 p.m. with the JV girls, and will continue throughout the evening. Winter break starts Dec. 24; the facility and the students would like to wish the community happy holidays and a happy new year! equt tg now Ila Each of the four Plumas Unified School District high schools now has an automat- ed external defibrillator on site. The Plumas County Public Health Agency received a to- tal of 10 AEDs through its at each high school. Venable said, "Having quick access to an AED along with CPR can make all the difference in be- ing able to save the life of a victim of sudden cardiac ar- rest." The AED is a defibrillator the user step by step through the process. Its intelligent technology will only allow it to shock a "shockable" heart rhythm. AED technology opens a win- dow for the public to take on a key role to support emer- 2011-12 Public Health Pro- that delivers an electrical gency services. It is impor- :;The a lhpw .N v "i ar: DRINK!NG AND DRIVING CAN DESTROY MORE 1TIAN,JUST YOUR HOi IDAY! fore you drink and drive this holiday season, consider the ][ Motor Supply consequences: financial penalties, II - dio loss ofyour driver's I[ ' 283-2350 license, destruction of your 1[ IlqCY ] vehicle, injury, death or responsibility for the injury " or death of another. It's a no-win 493 W. Main St., situation. During the INTrRMOUNTAIN ADVANCtDholiday season and CLINICAL DI:NTISTRY through-out the new year, show Michoel Hernd0n, DDS appreciation and respect Emily Herndon, DDS 431 W Moin $1., Quincy * 283-1119 for the health and happiness paredness Grant. Four went current through the chest, to tant to be assured that the de- to area high schools, two to "shock" the heart. This can fibrillator will not shock Cal-Sierra ] of yourself and others. Choose Plumas District Hospital, two help the heart "restart" into a someone who does not need Tist!eSompany [ a designated driver when to Seneca Healthcare, one to normal rhythm, allowing it to defibrillating -- it cannot de- . . Greenville Rancheria and one pump again. Rapid response liver a shock to someone who Quincy (530) 283-07001 attending a party and when to Eastern Plumas District using automated technology is just unconscious and is Blairsden (530)836-0700 [ hosting a party, be sure to Hospital. along with CPR can signifi- still breathing. Chester (530) 258-0700 [ Tina Venable, RN, director cantly improve the quality of Today, CPR and AED train- of nursing at public health, life of a survivor. When ap- ing go hand-in-hand. For STaz HEAD START ] supply non-alcoholic beverages worked with each school plied to the victim, the AED more information visit the * Preschool [ for guests who are driving. nurse to put an AED- each can provide voice commands American Heart Association | Programs of which costs $2,000-plus -- and screen messagestoguide atheart.org. I/ ~ |~-L Sezving ehonas, Lassen, [ This message is brought to you , [ [ Sierra & Modoc counties " 0 " to these community-minded businesses New transtt c ordln t r hired Plumas Rural Services isin the interim in law on-working with his team and[ [ Board pleased to announce the hire forcement before returning his community. [ , .,... _ , _____ing H 1---- PROPERTIES 11.4i 00, " .I I ri. g Kennels of Plumas Transit System'sto the field of transit in the Moving to Plumas County |1 283-3386 - new transit coordinator, Roy mifl-1990s. (pending the sale of their [1 1695 E. Main St., East Quincy Berlinghoff, now responsible Paula Johnston, PRS' chief house in Redding) is the re- forthemanagementandco-operatingofficer, isexcited alizationofadreamBerling- ][ ordination of the public about bringing Berlinghoffhoff and his wife, Leanne, II /I MINI STORAGE transportation system in onto the PRS staff. "Roy has have held since they honey- 169Lawrence St.,Quincy Plumas County. a fantastic approach to com- mooned in Lake Almanor 34 283-28201 283.,. Y After a competitive screen- munity and understanding yearsago. [[ 60 East Main St. . 283-2320 INDUSTRIES [ ing and selection process, of transit's role in the com-Three daughters and two ~,""'-*~".~" | [ [ 1972 Lee Rd., (behind SavMor} Quincy Berlinghoffwas hired at the munity. He has already granddaughters later, www.spi-ind.com j I 2 -3818 end of October. shown himself to be a sup- Berlinghoff is excited to be I[ KEN He brings to Plumas Tran- portive, collaborative mem- moving to a place renowned II bRut u rLU,V, O / / mii, Dcnt.isLrv sit Systems an extensive ber of our staff with the abil- for its outdoor recreation. , background in the trans- ity to truly grasp the breadth He enjoys hunting and [] [nroiledAgents r,d: BANK portation industry, begin-of the agency's services and fishing and hopes to do 11 Bus: (530) 283-3965 "Local People Serving LocalNeeds" l Mouth"Somore"MetaIMouth" II ~e,: (530) 836-0349 . ~/ hll~t~lrr ning as a bus operator in the the key role transit plays for much of both in Plumas [] Fax: (530) 283-4369 283 6800 ] early 1980s, pr.ogressing to our services, our clients and County; he also enjoys auto managing both small and the communities of Plumasracing. large transit operations County." For more informationII [ throughout California, and Berlinghoff comes to about Plumas Transit and .0 .... serving as a consultant for Plumas Transit Systems PRS other agency serwces the transportation industry with a reputation for being visit the PRS website at l] [ralnaw : ,rks ~'" I[~'". CmJA..LT ;4 s] 6en for the past decade, approachable and sincere,plumasruralservices.org or L[ 14 Crescent St, Quincy 283-1956 283-1605 He also spent seven years someone who really enjoyscall 283-2735.