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4A Wednesday, June 17, 2015 Chester Progressive GRADS, from page 1A delivered short, lighthearted and often amusing descriptions or anecdotes of their classmates to wild cheers and laughter. Peterson said, "It is from the support of my friends and family that I have found strength in the world and reason to keep my head high as I continue to work for the future goals I hope to achieve." She continued, "The truth is that the future is now, with each day bringing new opportunities for success." Peterson said people must learn to stop waiting for the right time to come in order to act, but instead to make the most Of what we have in the present moment. She quoted American poet Ralph Waldo Emerson, who said: "What lies behind us and what lies before us are only tiny matters compared to what lies within us." Next, Working stepped up to the podium and said, "It seems like only yesterday we walked into the seventh-grade hallway, totally nervous and clueless as to how to get from one end of the school to the other. The year 2015 seemed so far away. And yet here we are, ready to graduate Graduate Javier Contreras will attend Lassen Community College seeking a major in administration of justice. and take on the world ahead of us." Graduating can leave one with an uneasy feeling, Working admitted, mostly because "we're leaving behind the safety and security of high school for the uncertainty and adventure that will begin the rest of our lives." Ashley Clarke offered a parent thank-you speech and officiated the presentation of roses, with graduates handing out flowers to their parents in appreciation of their love Discounts on both your auto and your "toys" when you bundle. Flexible billing plans as well as electronic payment options. Best in class claims service. We help you manage all of your policies as your life and i your needs change.  i :i -If you want superior service, look to and support. Principal James then gave the presentation of the Class of 2015, before handing out diplomas with the assistance of school secretary Cheryl Henry and Paul Hardig. After the recessional, ecstatic grads tossed their graduation caps into the sky amid loud cheers and rounds of applause. Scholastic awards The Golden State Seal Merit Diploma, based on excellent STAR test scores throughout high school, went to Rebecca Branch, Hannah Edwards, Sara Gannon, Lance Hansen, See Grads, page 5A June 19 Enchanted Evening Under the Sea Live Music by local band EDGEWATER $200 TOTAL IN free play will be awarded to the Prom King and Queen. Photo opportunities available. TUESDAYS Free Play BINGO 11 am, 2 pnl, 5 pm & 8 pm ZIJMBA 7 pm June 18 Game Night Pub !uiz 6:15 pm June 20 s2500 Freeplay Giveaway 2 pm-4 pm 5 pm-7 pm Visit us online at: www.DMCAH.com 252-1100 900 Skyline Drive Susanville You must be accompanied by an adult 21 years of age or older with a valid photo ID. to enter the casino, *See Casino for all promotional details Chester Progressive Serving Chester & Lake Almanor Postal service: USPS(No.102-980.) Periodicals postage paid at Chester, CA. Published: Every Wednesday moming by Feather Publishing Co. Inc. Office location and hours: 135 Main St. #C. Mailing address: P.O. Box 557, Chester, CA 96020. Office is open Mon. - Fri., 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. How to contact us: (530) 258-3115. FAX: (530) 258-2365. Email: mail@plumasnews.com; website: plumasnews.com Ownership and heritage: The Progressive was established June 30, 1946. Published weekly. It is part of the Feather Publishing family of newspapers serving Plumas and Lassen counties. Deadlines: Display advertising: Thursday 3 p.m.; display classified: Thursday, 3 p.m; legals: Thursday at noon; news: Friday, 3 p.m.; classified reader ads: Monday 9 a.m.; breaking news: Anytime! To subscribe: Call (530) 258-3115, come to the Progressive office or use the handy coupon below. Adjudication: The Chester Progressive is adjudicated a legal newspaper by Superior Court Decree No. 5956 and qualified for publication of matters required by law to be published in a newspaper. Postmaster: Send change of address orders to the Chester Progressive, P.O. Box 557, Chester, CA 96020. Michael C. Taborski Co-Owner/Publisher Keri Taborski Co-Owner/Legal Advertising Kevin Mallory Vice Pres./Admin. Dan McDonald Managing Editor Elise Monroe Bookkeeper Jenny Lee Photo Editor M. Kate West, Midam S. Cody Staff Writers Linda Hursh, Rhonda Williams Classified/Circulation Cheri Mcln'dre, Valorie Chisholm Advertising Sandy Condon Human Resource Director Cobey Brown Vice Pres./Operations Tom Forney Production Manager Member, California Newpaper Printed on Publishers Assoc. recycled paper  m m m -- -,- m m m m -- -,, -- q Subscription Order Form II Chester Progressive P.O. Box 557,.Chester, CA 96020 [ | Please enter my subscription for __ years. [ I [ Enclosed find my check for = I [ In County $26 per year [ Out of State $44 per year | [ In California $37 per year. J I I Name I I Address I ! | City, State, Zip. .[ Subscriptions can be transferred, but not refunded. Luke Grossjan and Israel Fernandez share a high-five. Photos by Stacy Fisher Principal Jeff James with wife Cheryl and daughter Kathryn celebrate graduation day with son Joseph James. 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