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Chester Progressive, Westw0od PinePress Wednesday, June 17, 2015 9A ELEMENTARY, 'om page 8A Mollison spoke on parent recognition and how their love and support is indispensible to the students' success. Contemplating the challenges of growing up, student Faith Lowry read, "We Are The Future," in which she said, "We've been waiting for this day since kindergarten. It seems like it was just yesterday when I stepped foot in Chester Elementary... Seventh grade is almost here and we're all turning a new chapter in our lives." Furtado said she was extraordinarily proud of how wonderful her students have turned out, "and I will always remember each and every one of you." Presentation of diplomas were handed out by teacher Traci Holt and Chester Elementary School Principal Sally McGowan, assisted by Luke Strope. :(-;;7 /,,') Relay for Life to be held Saturday in Quincy '" Advanced Geologic Exploration, Inc. ,,e p, ocl,. Scientists of the Earth TM 180 Main St. P.O. Box 1956 Chester CA 96020 (530) 258-4228 I Celebrating 10 years with the Feather Publishing Company!! II Debra Moore Staff Writer dmoore@plumasnews.com Quincy storefronts are purple as merchants gear up to welcome the community to the 17th annual Relay for Life to be held this Saturday from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. at the county courthouse. Many merchants will offer specials and longer hours to accommodate the Relay teams and their supporters. Fourteen teams from across the county will walk around the courthouse for 12 hours raising money for the American Cancer Society. The event begins with opening ceremonies and the survivors' lap at 10 a.m., and culminates with the closing and Luminaria ceremonies, which conclude at 10 p.m. Luminarias will be available during the event so that attendees may remember family or friends who have battled cancer. Teams will also be offering cold beverages such as iced coffee and lemonade, holding opportunity drawings and selling other items to raise money for their team contributions. Entertainment will be provided throughout the day with performances by the new circus-themed group Quircus, the Zombie Girls (of All-Star Follies fame), Kristina's Gymnastics, the Retallack family, Rhythm & Grace Dance Studio and the Happy Happy Joy Joy Family Band. Relay for Life co-chairwomen Sheila Vargas and Nancy Clark are enthusiastic about the new format and location for this year's event and hope that it will draw more members of the public to the festivities. They also stress that it's not too late to become a participant, by either forming a team or joining an existing one. "Teams can register up to $1,U$1R|RPLUMBING HEAIN G COOLING- ELECTRIC" i WINTER DAMAGE REPAIR Frozen Broken Piping & Appliance Repair Water Damage Restoration Complete Home Mechanical Inspection I Protect Your Investment/ CA Lic. #C-36 396522 Hire a Licensed Contractor CA Lic. #C-20, C-I O 963154 (sao) 258.3474 (s3o) 257.8274 1.3 I 1.2 > I ;. %.m. _::kp+.__ ..... _': 1%Z.= I  /  4::tp3.m. i .2.8 I db Burney e_P-k  6/6 " 9"Plm'' '  / 1, t R+, ,+ ,o:.,,,. I ,.. /-"-/ '..++ ",. / I +,: /.,...'x J -+'k-"'+ V' 1 7 I / ,+, tlu. N (.0 ,+.+J) '  " 10:,+a.m. I ,:.-. u_, ".,, .... i J I +/;o +bmvi,ejj,r+. _--/"\\;__ I_A " I/__+ /"- >/ I  -   :.p.I. 2:S8-a.m.  , son uty s The number of earthquakes increased from the previous week, rising by more that half and to the mid teens. The inten- sity of seismicity remained the same as only two quakes registered in the M 2 range. The largest earthquake measured M 2.8 and occurred at 9:38 p.m. on Wednes- day, June 10, in southern Plumas County near the Fall River at Lamkin Ridge. It triggered at about five miles below the surface. It was felt by a few residents of Oroville, Forbestown and Grass. Valley. One said it hit with a pretty sharp jolt and was followed by several quick ground shudders causing their windows to rattle and hanging plants to swing. It was followed by three aftershocks, the largest of which measured M 2.1 and was also locally felt. The activity occurred within the Sierra geomorphologic provi- dence where the rocks are hard and dense, likely the reason the main shock was felt so sharply. A M 1.3 jolt happened between the Lake Almanor Peninsula and Prattville. the day before the event," Clark said, though earlier is better for logistical purposes. [THINK I Those who would like to register may do so online at yea.relayfrlife'rg/plumascunt / /nFIRS T Those who would like to join an existing team or have other questions may call Sheila Vargas at 927-7331 or Nancy Clark at 836-2586. [ vest m PLUMAS COUNTY +++ ....... CllE00R AUTO PARTS 00NAPA00 SHOW SHINE SATURDAY JUNE 20 9 AM-3 PM 445 Main St., Chester (Call 258-3151 for registration form) 251-2330 705-670 HWY 395 E 1/2 mi. from Hn/. 395/36 intersection SUSANVILLE 310-0453 Main Street, Chester OPEN 7 DAYS Mort~Sat 9~6 - Susanville 9~5 - Chester 10-3 - Sundays PAYLESS BUILDING SUPPLY was saddened by the loss of our long time employee and friend, Robin worked for Payless for over 25 years and lived in the Susanville community for over 40 years. Our thoughts and prayers go out to her family. WE WILL MISS HER i