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UA Wednesday, Feb. 2, 2011 Indian Valley Record 1 e ,evrth[; fs; t st&apos;eedlyth;e:l%mt I; ;eoW- ductivity of our students. This semester, for the first time in my career, and rarely ever seen in any educational system, out of the entire school, there was only one "F grade received by our students. The "F' list is practically eliminated. Now the job falls to the students once again to perform at the level I know they can and truthfully, they know they can as well. We need parent support more than ever. We need to ask our students, 'Do you have homework tonight? What assignments are you missing?. Are you going to see your teachers before and after school? Are you taking advantage of the Tuesday and Thursday night tutor- mg sessions? Are YOU paying attention in class? Together, we -- students, parents, and staff-- can do something miraculous! We already have. Think about it -- for the first time in years, and I might venture to say decades, every stu- dent at Greenville Junior/Senior High School passed all of their core classes and all but one elective course. That is amaz- ing. It truly is a remarkable accomplishment. Now we need to eliminate the "D list. Students need to put forth that extra ef- fort to better themselves, this school, and the community of In- dian Valley. I am so proud of every student for their effort and work thus far, but I know that there is GREATNESS in each one and that they can achieve report cards that don't have D's or F's if our students put forth the effort and have the desire. -Yours Truly, Jim Lake Principal What's New at GHS It's Science Fair time again! Last year, thirty of our top science fair contestants went to the International Science Fair in San Jose which has inspired some amazing projects this year. Every- one needs to make sure they are meeting all of their due dates, and using all of the resources available to them for support. To fa- cilitate work on science fair projects, the Greenville High School library and science lab will be available to students and mentors. Coaches Needed I! Applications for Head Football, Cheerleading, and Volleyball coaches are now being accepted. Applications are available on- line at and at Plumas Unified School Dis- trict. Please call: ($30) 283-6500 ext. 224. Calendar/Events . February 4th- Basketball Loyalton - 5:30pm February 8th - Girls Basketball Downieville - 5:30pro February 9th Natural Resources Advisory Committee Meeting Room 213- 6 to 7pm February 10 - Meet your Mentor at GHS Library 6:30pro - get HELP with your SCIENCE PROJECTS!!! Coronation begins weekend of hoops 2011 royalty was crowned during the Friday, Jan. 28, Greenville High School homecoming rally. Princess Samantha Prior, Prince Geofrey Guthrie,,Queen Mackayla VanFleet and King Isaac Triance ushered in a frustrating yet fantastic weekend of hoop action. Indians lost after valiant efforts on the court to Herlong Vikings, yet won in students versus staff and alumni games. For more photos, see the Wednesday, Feb. 9, Indian Valley Record. Photo by Alicia Knadler C,00mpus cleanup on Feb.5 Julianna Arteaga, a junior at Greenville Junior-Senior High School, will host a beautifica- tion day at the school Satur- day, Feb. 5, from 10 a.m. - noon. Arteaga will work to im- prove the campus trail with native plants, while eradicat- ing invasive ones. The beautification day will mark the start of an effort to build an outdoor Learning Landscapes classroom be- tween the gym and the foot- ball field. Arteaga chose construction of this new Classroom as her senior project. "We live in such a nice envi- ronment and I think it's really awesome that we have the chance to have such a nice view of Indian Valley from our school," she explained. "I have been working with my mentor Rob Wade, head of outdoor ed- ucation, since September and he has opened opportunities for this senior project." She surveyed school staff and fellow students about the idea, and found that there is great excitement on campus about the new improvements. Anyone is welcome to come out and support her senior project. Those who do are asked to bring yard tools and gloves that might come in handy during the cleanup and trail improvement. C'OMMUNITY C()RNER Today's Weather 51/29 55/32 S0/34 " ] 57/32. 52/34 Plenly of sun. Highs More sun than Abundant sunshine. Mix of sun and Pffy cloudy. Highs l In the low 501 I clouds. Highs In the I High In the upper I clouds. Highs In the In the low 501 rid Iowlllntheupper midS0andlowllln 160sandlowelnthe uplxlr6011andlowe IowllnthemldJds. 2011. the kw 30s. 1mid 301. in the low 60. 8undN 8un00R "" I.-- ,.. =n. 8.., ,_. 7:12AM 5:24PM 7:11AM 5:2SPM 17:10AM 5:26PM 7.'09AM 5:27PM 7:06AM 5:28PM California At A Glance 51/29 64/44 Moon Phases last New Jan 26 Feb 3 Full Feb 11 Feb 18 UV Index Wed 2/2  Moderate r-I Thu 2/3 IJ Moderate r-'l Frl 2/4  Moderate r--i Sat 2/5 [ Moderate I--1 Sun 2/8131 Moderate 114 W Index I i11eeJrgd oft i 0-11 number =4o, /t s hi(ih- tN Ir, d Area Cities ; i i iil[tl i[Lt AnIm 66 40 wlnay Bakereflekl 60 38 sunny Mo]ve ,l'$1ow 50 25 =urn/ Montrey Blye 55 33 windy Needles Chlo} 61 36 met sunny " Oald Cota Mesa 69 43 windy PiImdsle El Centre 55 30 1runny Palllma Eureka 60 42 mlt surrey Reddng. Frmmo 5,5 37 sunny Rlwr Angeles 67 42 windy Saoremento Natlonel ClUes im. l iii c- ivlvml AtlanI 48 30 windy Hou Boton 35 ,S  LneA Chicago 23 2 anew Miml Dllu 24 19 windy Mlnnkoolle Denvm' 17 7 mmny NewYork :i ir;l[q.ll i  : [ i lllll(ili 60 met sunny  66 40 sunny 52 27 sunny San Bemerdlno 61 36 windy 6 42 sunny S Dleoo e4 44 windy 48 37 windy San Frn 59 43 met sunny 60 39 mtsunny SanJosu 62 $9 matsunny 48- 24 sunny 8anti Blrblrl 64 41 windy 68 40 w Steal(ton 59 34 nt suy 6O 34 windy SNrMle 44 20 mt sunny 63 3,5 windy Tn 41 16 sunny 59 36 rest sunny  55 38 sunny 41 29 windy Phoenix 47 29 pl sunny 67 42 windy San Fran 50 43  sunny 82 64 plsuney Settle 48 60 ptsunny 8 0 pt sunny SL Louhl 24 -1 in shower 23 ndn Wagton, DC 52 211 rain (I010 Amefcan Pinkie Hometown Content 8endce CHURCHES Church Of Jesus Christ Of Latter Day Saints, 284-7517 or 284-1414, Hideway Rd., Greenville. First Baptist, 284-7714, f33 Hot Springs Rd.. Greenville. Christ the Redeemer Church, 284-1003, 120 Bush St., Greenville, ,,}Vr ,,,,kI" Advanced Geologic Exploration, Inc. Scientists of the EartM M 180 Main St. P.O. Box 1956 Chester, CA 96020 (530) 258-4228 ia Need help assessing the gold potential on your claim? Call us! IIn First Lutheran, 284-7683, 116 Bush St., Greenville. Greenville Aesembly of God, 284-6586, Fugy & Seizer, Greenville. Indian Mission Full Geepel, N. Valley Rd., Greenville. Kingdom Hall Of Jehovah's Witnesses, 284-6006, 1192 N. Valley Rd., Greenville. Seventh-Day Adventist, 310-2042, Hwy. 89, next to Sierra Sunrise, Greenville. southern Baptist, 284-7522, 241 Greenville Wolf Creek Rd., Greenville. Stl Anthony's Catholic Father Larry Beck. Jessie Street, Greenville. 283-0890. Sunday Mass 11 a.m.; Thursday Mass, noon. Cmunlty Unlted MethIst Churches of Greenvll and Tayksville, 284-7316, 212 Pine St., Greenvil]s and Nelson & Warren St., Taylorsville. Christ the Redeemer Chuh, 284-13, First Lulhemn, 120 Bush St., Greenville., ctrandlican.or. Lord's Chapel, 284-1852, 168 Harmon Ave., Indian Falls. COMMUNITY CALENDAR Thursday, Feb. 3 WIC Program, 9:30 a.m.-3 p.m. Indian Valley Resource Center, Main St., Greenville, 283-4093 or 1-800-WLC-4093. l lmmunizations and Family Plan- ning, 10 am.-11 a.m: Greenville Town Hall, 283-6330. AA Big Book/Step Study, noon, First Baptist Church, Hot Springs Road, Greenville. Workshop for Plumas Artists, 2- 4:30 p.m., Greenville Southern Baptist Church, Greenville Wolf Creek Road, 284-7069. Friday, Feb. 4 Sewing, Crafts and Coffee, I0:30 a.m.-noon, Taylorsville Communi- ty United Methodist Church, Nel- son Street, 284-7861 or 284- 7670. National Association of Retired Federal Employees, noon. Moun- tain View Manor Community Room, 283-4996. Order of the Eastern StaY, Mason- ic Temple, 7 p.m. Main St. Greenville. Monday, Feb. 7 Greenville Parents Club, 6 p.m.., Greenville Elementary School Li- brary, 284-7195. AA, 7 p.m., First Lutheran Church, Bush Street, Greenville. Tuesday, Feb. 8 Sewing, Crafts and Coffee, I0:30 a.m., potluck at noon; Taylorsville Community United Methodist Church, Nelson Street, 284-7861 or 284-7670. American Legion and Auxiliary, 7 1.3 I 5:37 a.m. -'T " 12:??a,m. ] Burney . II  : I/Z-$ % I Ill li I k  Lass#n Peak' ". . i LF, 1/23 -'J%...2JL| usanv.te = V - " V : 6 / hester 1" " "%". \\; '\\;--. ",.l ' x v22 \\;-, /,.o 1. :) / |  / ( , / ", 1 / 9:21 p.m, 8:12p.m. | ./,,v" [, Quincy--  ,  1/21 1/26 XChic.o. IL X - _.Q)' ePortola/ I, 1120 "--- eho ......................................................  < 1 " . _.v / .J  11:42 p.m l "  :uu p,m. 1126 Magnitude I 8:16p.m. 1125 1.7  O1 92 3 J4+ / 1/23 ' 11:47a.m.  | I,',TTWn,',SiD#]Ei Last week saw the first M 3 of 2011. Regional 9 2 0 [ 11 Previous week 10 1 ,1 ] 12 The number of earthquakes remained about the same as the previous week. posting its third consecutive week with a total in the teens. The last time a single- digit value was recorded was during the second week of December and back-t0- back weeks of activity in the twenty's was recorded during Christmas and New Years weeks. The intensity of seismicity waned slightly, producing just a pair of M 2s. A total of 18 quakes registered M 3.0 or stronger in 2010, including one in the M 4 range. 0nly seven M 35 were record- ed in 2009, none of which were M 4s. An earthquake registering M 2.0 was recorded at 921 p.m. Friday night, Janu- ary Zl, about 10 miles north-northwest of Reno at the north end of Lemon Valley. It was followed the next day by a smaller event measuring M 1.6. On Thursday, a quake registering M 2.0 was detected southwest of Chester in the Deer Creek drainage. It was followed six days later by a M 1.2 j01t. i To advertise and help support this page, please call 258-31.1.5 p.m., Greenville Legion Hall, Pine St. Call 284-7580 or 284-6829. Wednesday, Feb. 9 Mental Health Advisory Board, Noon. Call for location, 283- 6307. Family Ni;ht and Parent Advisory, 5:30 p.m., Roundhouse Council, 330 Bush St., Greenville, 284- 6866. Sierra Cascade Street Rodders, 6 p.m., Champions Pizza, Quincy, 283-0284. Indian Valley Community Services District, 6:30 p.m., Indian Valley Civic Center, 284-7224. ' LAKE LEVELS Lake Almanor *Elevation 1Current 4,481.07 1 Year Ago 4,477.02 Lake Aimanor **Capacity tCurrent 812,706 1 Year Ago 764,297 Bucks Lake *Elevation 1Current 5,143.68 1 Year Ago 5,130.59 Bucks Lake **Capacity ?Current 82,337 1 Year Ago 60,903 *Elevation above sea level in ft. **Storage in acre ft. 1"Feb. 1, 2011 YFeb. 2, 2010 LAST WEEK'S TEMPERATURES DATE HiGH LOW JAN. 24 50 25 JAN. 25 56 23 JAN. 26 55 25 JAN. 27 57 24 JAN. 28 55 23 JAN. 29 56 24 JAN. 30 46 33 JAN. 31 -- 28 JAN. 1 TO JAN. 30 TOTAL PRECIP =21.85" (LAST YEAR: 18.68") I Visit our Web site: Greenville Public Library 204 Ann St., 284-7416 Men., Tues., Wed.- 10 a.m.-1 p.m., 1:30-5:30p.m., Thursday. - 11 a.rn.-4 p.m., 4:30-7:30 p.m. Friday. -9:30 a.m.-lp.m., 1:30-5 p.m. Greenville High School junior Julianna Arteaga invites residents to participate in a beautification day near the school football field Saturday, Feb. 5, .in preparation for the construction of an outdoor Learning Landscapes classroom. Photo submitted Tea Party tc meet M. Kate West Chester Editor The Almanor Basin Tea Party Patriots will host a se- ries of public meetings dur- ing the months of February and March. Spokesperson Rob Maple said the purpose of the meet- ings is to offer information and education about ,the pub- lic process, comment period and proposals of the Plumas National Forest travel man- agement plan. The meetings are scheduled for Feb. 8 and 22 and March 8. They are each scheduled to begin at 6 p.m. in the Chester Memorial Hall. Maple also said each of the meetings would offer a differ- ent speaker with a variety of experiences and knowledge about private and federal land use issues and rights. "Bob Perrault, the director of the Plumas County Public Works Department, will be the Feb. 8 speaker, and Sylvia Milligan of the Sierra Access Coalition will speak about ac- cess to public lands Feb. 22," said Maple. The March 8 speakers will be Terry Collins and Jay Francis of the Collins Pine Company. Maple said they would speak about forest management, regulations, public access and sustainabil- ity from their point of view. For more information about the upcoming series and the Almanor Basin Tea Party Patriots, visit almanor