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8A Wednesday, May 4, 2011 see ers in uln All of the fifth-graders in Plumas County will be taking in a movie together Thurs- day, May 19. In conjunction with the American history curricu- lum in the classroom, the students will take a field trip to the Town Hall Theatre in Quincy to watch a showing of the movie "1776." District Attorney David Hollister, who is coordinat- ing and hosting the event, said he expects between 120 and 150 students from Chester, Portola, Quincy and the Indian Valley to attend the movie. "We did this two years ago and it was very success- ful," Hollister said. "While many of our fifth- graders might cringe at the idea of a movie -- much less a musical -- without zombies, transformers or talking animals, I think they might benefit as this movie provides an excellent opportunity to view a pivotal time in our history from a perspective different than a textbook." The movie is scheduled for 10 a.m. And the best part ... there's no test afterward. ttl men usy Plumas-Sierra battle- women have had busy meet- ings thus far planning Ag m Classroom and Beef Promotion events. Members did an Earth Day presenta- tion for Mrs. Folchi's class on "Water Recycling," and Ranch Days at the Goss Ranch is all set with a class planning on coming from Quincy this year. Plans for Mother's Day and Father's Day beef promotion are being made. Members have completed the 2011 Brand Quilt and it will be going on display through plannin the two counties soon. There are several brands on the quilt from Plumas County and the group always receives applicants from that area applying for its scholar- ship and receiving it. Members have received the scholarship applications and that committee will meet soon to interview and select the recipients for 2011. Even though the weather has been unpleasant the unit has kept on planning. The next meeting is at the Grange Hall in Vinton May 17. Hunter safety sign-up open Thursday, M y 12 Those who wish to obtain a hunting license and those interested in learning safe handling of firearms are wel- come to attend free classes in Greenville. Those interested must pre- register so teachers know the quantity of materials they will need. Sign-up night is Thursday, May 12, from 5 - 7 p.m., in the Greenville Town Hall. The classes will also be in the town hall Saturday, May 14, and Saturday, May 21, both from 9 a.m. - 2 p.m. The third and final class will be Sunday, May 22. Participants will meet at the town hall for testing at 10 a.m., then it's off to the shooting range about a mile north of town to complete the course. All classes plus range work are required to be certified. Hot dogs and soft drinks will be provided at the range. For more information, call one of the following teachers: Joe Castillo, at 284-6145; Frank Williams, at 284-6179; or Dean Brackett, at 284-7589. Indian Valley Record Girls got game/ This energetic young volleyball team began its season by winning all three games in its first match against Fort Sage Middle School. That was an excellent performance after only three practices, with great passing and only a few serves missed. Players are learning the game quickly. Coach Dan Brown says folks should keep their eyes out for these girls in the future. "They will be great," he said. Pictured in front are Autumn Brown, Alex Garcia, and Valerie Peters, and in back are Stevie Joseph, Angela Noia and Carrie Lincoln. Photo submitted United Blood Services is conducting a high school challenge. The high schools in its ser- vice area have been divided into four tiers based on school enrollment. Greenville High School is in the fourth tier with fewer than 400 students. The school sponsored two drives thisschool year for a total of 119 units of blood. Student Julianna Arteaga did a fantastic job of coordinat- ing the two drives. 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