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lOB Wednesday, Dec. 30, 2015 Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter "Just Eat It" filmmakers and,food lovers Jenny Rustemeyer and Grant featured at a special screening Jan. 13, at 7 p.m., at the Town public. Photos submitted il The Town Hall Theatre will food waste from farm, host a special screening of the through retail, all the way to documentary film, "JUST the back of their own fridge. EAT lq': A food waste story," After catching a glimpse of on W'edllesday, Jan. 13, at 7 the billions of dollars of good p.m. food that is tossed each year The showing will be free in North America, they thanks to support from pledge to quit grocery Quincy Natural Foods, shopping cold turkey and Feather River Food Co-op, survive only on food that has Feather River College and the been discarded. FRC Student Environmental In a nation where one in 10 ~sociat ion. people is food insecure, the [~ We all love lbod. As a images they capture of ~ociety, ~ve devour countless squandered groceries are cooking shows, culinary both shocking and strangely magazines and foodie blogs, compelling. But as Grant's So how could we possibly be addictive personality turns throwing nearly 50 percent of full tilt towards food rescue, it in the trash? the "thrill of the find" has Fihnmakers and food lovers unexpected consequences. Jenny Rustemeyer and Grant Featuring interviews with Baldwin dive into the issue of author, activist and TED An Irish immigrant lands in 1950s Brooklyn, where she quickly falls into a new romance. When her past catches up with her, however, she must choose between two countries and the lives that exist within. Saoirse Ronan, Emory Cohen, Domhnall Glee$on TOLUH HALL THE[ITI][ 283-1140 469 Main St., Quincy, CA Visit us at Baldwin. The film will be Hall Theatre and is free to the lecturer Tristram Stuart, food waste expert Dana Gunders, and acclaimed author Jonathan Bloom, "Just Eat It" looks at our systemic obsession with expiration dates, perfect produce and portion sizes, and reveals the core of this seemingly insignificant issue that is having devastating consequences around the globe. "Just Eat It" brings farmers, retailers, inspiring organizations and consumers to the table in a cinematic story that is equal parts education and delicious entertainment. "Just Eat It" is the winner of 10 festival awards including Best Canadian Documentary at the Projecting Change Film Festival, Audience Choice at the Reel Earth Film Festival in New Zealand, Best Environmental Film at the Bend Film Festival and Grand Prize Best of Show at the Filmshift Festival. The Town Hall Theatre, located at 469 Main St. in Quincy, is managed by Plumas Arts. The schedule includes first run, independent, documentary films, films specials and live shows. For the most current schedule check the Facebook page or the website at FIFTIETH WEDDING ANNIVERSARY A CONTINUATION DECEMBER 24, 1951 - DECEMBER 24, 2001 Though now the earth begins to call me home In whispered, lulling, distant, siren tones, I have too much beneath this starry dome To share before I mingle with its stones. And yet, when winter snows subdue the land And all the normal forest sounds have stilled, The call becomes a 10ud and rude command As all my aching bones are cramped and chilled. It's when the summer sun is at its height And trilling birds make music all the day And forest colors burst before my sight That then the call will all but go away. But when you rise and greet me from our balcony, That nagging call completely disappears from me. Salvat0re (Sam) Catalan0 Students thank the USFS volunteers for volunteering to be their field instructors. Photos submitted Volunteers honored Matt Cerney, second from right, and other staff members of the Almanor Ranger District of the Lassen National Forest, are honored for their support of the Plumas County Office of Education's Outdoor Education Program and Chester Elementary School during the past 27 years. Michele Jimenez Holtz, second from left, and members of the Plumas National Forest Supervisor's Office, Mount Hough Ranger District and Beckwourth Ranger District, who have supported the Greenville, Quincy and Portola sixth-graders as volunteer instructors to the program during the past 27 years. Volunteer Training coming to Quincy FOR CHILDREN PROGRAM ORIENTATION Court Appointed Special Advocates Wednesday are specially trained Volunteers Jan. 13, 2016 who are appointed by a judge to 5:30pm-6:30pm advocate for an abused, neglected or abandoned child. 591 Main Street Find out how you can make a Quincy difference in the life of a child, For more information: A program of Plumas Crisis Intervention 283-2227 or 283-5515 & Resource Center I I: i i