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2A Wednesday, May 30, 2018 Indian Valley Record Indian Valley Academy students strike a pose before the inaugural PCS Spring Formal at the Quincy Veterans Hall on May 18. Photo by Maggie Wells Maggie Wells committee for the dance. Staff Writer In past years, a spring mwells@plumasnews.com formal or prom was out of reach for PCS You could feel the students -- owing to excitement in the air as their small numbers in groups of friends each community Plumas dressed in formal attire Charter serves. This quite foreign to their year however, Chester normal attire made their and Quincy charter way into Quincy students, along with Veterans Hall on Friday, Long Valley Charter in May 18. Portola and Indian "This is something Valley Academy we've always wanted to students, came together do," said Kylie for an inclusive Anderson, a Plumas countywide event -- one Charter school freshman that they plan to carry in Quincy who was part on annually. of the teen planning The event was open to all PCS high school students regardless of grade level and their guests. Inclusivity included the planning committee based in Quincy reaching out to the other communities for input---including music. Though popular mainstream music won out, each person or couple planning to attend was asked to send in their favorite songs to make a giant play list. The students contributed appetizers and decorated the hall PCS students are all smiles Burgueno at Joanne Burgueno's Spring Formal photo booth. Photo by Joanne and photographer and requested the event and the background and let charter parent Joanne perhaps the hosting the teens have their Burgueno was on hand duties might rotate night to dance. to offer a photo booth throughout the county's "We danced for three portrait studio to PCS sites in the future, hours straight. It was commemorate the Over 40 teens attended great," said one teen on evening, the event with a few. her way out.the door, PCS director Taletha adult chaperones, who sweaty and exhausted. "I Washburn had dutifully blended into hope they do this again." Charter students from Portola pose for a quick photo at the countywide Spring Formal dance at the Quincy Veterans Hall. Photo by Ingrid Burke AMERICA'S TOP 120 Channels $59.99/mo. AMERICA'S TOP 200, AMERICA'S TOP 120 PLUS + Channels $69.99/mo. Even more sports and entertainment! Price Guarantee I Smart HD Local channels included! 2-Year TV DVR Included + Channels $79.99/m0. America's Top 120 Plus and more! All offers require credit qualification. 2-year cornmitment with early termination fee, and eAutoPay. Prices include Hopper Duo for qualifying customers. Hopper, Hopper w/Sling, or Hopper 3 $5/mo. more. Upfront fees may apply based on credit qualification. Fees apply for additional TVs: Hopper $15/mo Joey $5/m0 Super Joey $10/mo, Ask how much you can save by getting TV and Interneti, Plumas Satellite Call Gerald https://www.gotdish.getdish.com AUTHORIZED RETAILER Offer for new and qualifying former custom~s only. Import. nt T.en~e and Condltlon~ ~ Advertised price requires credit qualification and eAutoPay, Upfront activation and/or receiver upgrade fees may apply based on credit qualification. O~ ends 7/11/18. tarly termination tee or ~,zuImo, remaining applies ir you cancel early, - - " . ~ America's Top 120 programming package, local channels, HD service e~Tees, one Noppe uuo for 1 IV. & II ~l~Im=ngpac age upgrades . or +,f0r AT200 $89.99 for AT250)-, month],/fees for upgraded or add t ona receivers ($5-$7 per additi~-S15). - ~ ~Id~~t'~e~dau~t.h~): Taxes & surcharges, add-on programming (including premium channe are subject to change wlthoutnot ce After 6 mos, if selected you will be billed $8.99/mo. for DISH Protect Silv~ess you ca neas customers, additional monthly fees may apply. Free standard protessional installation only, ODRIVI~21627 Introducing Ascent Christian The Sovereign Lord is my strength; he makes my feet like the feet of a deer, he enables me to tread on the heights. Habakkuk 3:19 Mlnlstrlesl An exciting new Sunday night church service for weekend workers, weekend warriors and lost and found adventurers. (Soup andsalad potluck will be included each Sunday night.) Lead by: Pastor Daniel Hanna & Lisa Hanna Luke Hall & Nikki Hall Where? Christian Life Fellowship 317, First Street Quincy, Ca. When? Sunday nights at 5:30, beginning Sunday, June 3rd Who? All are welcome to attend. For info call Daniel Hanna at (530) 394-7008 Also introducing Celebrate Recovery at CLF Tuesday nights at 5:30 beginning June 5th, lead by Luke and Daniel. C.R. is a Christ centered, 12 step recovery program for anyone struggling with hurt, pain or addiction of any kind. CR was founded by John Baker at Rick Warren's Saddleback Church in California. Thank you CLF for sharing your building with us on Sunday nights! Your Christian love, generous community mindedness, and your passion for God, are blessings which inspire us! ' " Visit our website at: ascentca.org