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Feather River Bulletin , Wednesday, Dec. 31, 2008 7A D afcare pr, ,gram includes music drama Randy Prichard will be leading a Kidz Community Choir at Quin- cy Elementary School beginning Thursday, Jan. 15. The result of a partnership between Quincy El and Central Plumas Parks and Recreation, the after-school program costs S10 per child per month. Family discounts and scholarships are available. The choir will meet every Thursday from 2:25-3:05 p.m. through May. It is open to children 7-12 years old. For more information, call Prichard at 283-9143. From left: Faith Huffman, Annicka Alexander, Kyleigh Green, Emma Thompson and Sam Lawson perform a holiday song fo:r parents at Sweet Home Daycare in Quincy, under the instruction/direction of Randy Prichard (6n keyboards.) Photos oy Suzi 3rakken The Sweet Home Day Care in Quincy recently performed "The Three Pigs" and sang holiday songs for their parents. Children at the daycare program, run by Rattana Roe, have been learning dance, drama and music thanks to Ann Frid and Randy Prichard. Frid runs a Kinderdrama pro- gram through Dramaworks, which brings dance and drama to area preschools. Prichard, who re- cently relocated to Quincy from Scotland, provides music instruction to schools through Plumas Arts sponsorship and private lessons. From left, Faith Huffman, Malachite Nelson and Sarah Hoff- man perform their roles in "The Three Little Pigs," directed by Kinderdrama instructor Ann Frid. CISCO course offered at PUSD No ob is too big or too small NEW HOMES GARAGES CARPORTS REMODELS BASIC IMPROVEMENTS SMALL JOBS TRUCTION INCE 1984 General Building Contractor Calif. Lie. #453927 (530) 283-2035 The free CISCO networking course helps develop valuable IT skills and assists students in viewing technology as a socially beneficial and per- sonally rewarding career path. Students will learn the basics of routing, switching and advanced technologies to prepare for the CCNA certifi- cation and entry-level net- working careers. Class begins Tuesday, Jan. 6, and meets every Tuesday and Thursday for the balance of the school year, excluding school holidays. Class will be at the Plumas County/Plumas Unified School District Office Annex Building, 256 Jackson St. in Quincy, 6-8 p.m. For more information or an application, call Kris Guess at 283-6500, ext. 212. CISCO Networking Academy - Free to the Public Be at the cutting edge of technology. Enroll in this course to develop valuable IT skills to assist students in viewing technology as a socially-beneficial and personally-rewarding career path. Students will learn the basics of routing, switching and advanced technologies to prepare for the CCNA certification and entry-level networking careers. When: Class begins Tuesday, January 6th & held every Tuesday and Thursday for the balance of the school year, excluding school holidays. Where: Class will be held at the Plumas County/Plumas Unified School District Office Annex Building, 256 Jackson Street. Time: 6:00 p.m. and end at 8:00 p.m. For more information, including applications, call Kris Guess at 283-6500, ext. 212. Will this old acquaintance be forgot? / When Charlie left the New Year's party he said "see you next year." But unfortunately, he didn't live to see the following day. He was just one of thousands of ordinary people who are killed or injtred in alcohol.related auto accidents each year. And what his friends will remember most, is that they just didn't notice that he had had too much to drink before he got behind the wheel. This holiday season, make a resolution to use good judgement. Don't drink and drive. And watch out for the other guy, too.  CUSTOM ?BROIDERY .SCREEN PRINTING  283-2043 .%t" ., g Mike Gamberg This message brought to you by these concerned sponsors:  Gregory Sawyer, DDS Family Dentistry & Orthodontics No more "Metal Mouth" R:::: align Now an Invisalign provider 283-2811 rv00den CA, LIC #405176 283-1 605 ULLErZ-N 283-0800 SCOTT II Sierra Sku Loci e TANNER II. 00oo, $  BUSINESS EQUIPMENT II L - (888) 447-2679 II alaft 86-z:-+ (530) 283-1688 i Ou,ncy Tow M  A| : I Service & Repair 101 Trilogy Lane 11OO-/ I O Quincy, CA 95971 Ill I NETWQRKSp INC i u i i gy k MksoR ;-"-" 283-9275  DMF Boarding   Kennels "c- 283-2833 Plumas Motor Supply -' 283-2350  ALLAMIIIICAN I  8 J K.N. ARNAID,  MINI STORAGE 169 Lawrence St., Quincy . I KEN BARNARD &ASSOCIATES '' " 3-2820 I l,, o TAx CONUTAT I Bus: (530) 283-3965 [ QUINCY MINI STORAGE I SIERRA PACIFIC I Res: (530) 836-0349 I 1972LceRd.,(behindSavMor),Qulncy I INDUSTRIES ] Fax: (530) 283-4369 / 283-3515 [ Growln Forests For Our Futul &zgztae.e  PLUMAS ' s    BAN K Krista Bruce "Local People Serving Local Needs" Sales Repair 283-9740. 283-2235 283-1450 283-6800