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2A Wednesday, July 6, 2011 Indian Valley Record Taylorsl ,ille on par00lae i!:iii:i;ii!!ii!i!!ii!:)!!!i!!!i:!i;ii!!ii!! Young Lady Liberty waves to appreciative spectators from a float patriotically decorated in memory of her grandpa. The Watkins Walking G family has been creating fun entries for a few decades now, with an ever-larger group of kids and adults. "Yo ho ho, it's a pirate's life for me," they sing out. "Ar-r-rgh!" Spectators enjoy the spirited annual participation of the Franks Valley Bluegrass Band, with members.who have been marching in the Taylorsville Fourth of July Parade for at least 45 years. Photos by Alicia Knadler Youths in seventh through 12th grades are welcome to enjoy Friday Nights for Teens at the Indian Valley Community Center in Greenville. Free fun and food are provided, as is supervision. y Schwartz Coed Softball Tournament ~ Gansner Park One Day Double Elimination Tournament Photo submitted Dr. Grosse gave me back the life I love! i!! Neck Pain Back Pain Shoulder Pain Sports Injuries Knee Pain Blue Shield has a health plan that's right for you. Tendonitis I  Stephen P, Grosse, D.C. I .. Quincy Chiropractic I  2254 E. Main St., Quincy (s301283-5666 ]  Open 6am - 12pm Enjoy Life Again! Graeagle Chiropractic 8989 Hwy 89 (By the Barn) Graeagh (5301262-4791 Open lpm - 4pm Friday nights are for teens Teens have found a place to be on Friday nights. It's the new Indian Valley Community Center on High- way 89 in Greenville, across from the Sierra Sunrise Cof- fee House and Dell. Sponsored by a grant from the Sierra Health Foundation and Indian Valley Recreation and Parks District, Friday Nights for Teens began in May with Movie' Night, when 30 teens watched "Scott Pil- grim Versus the World" while munching on popcorn and pizza. Each Friday night since there have been about 30 teens playing games, socializ- ing and enjoying the center as it was intended. Amy Hafsrud, teen night co- ordinator, has been enhancing Heaven's GaLe EQUINE ACUFRESSURE Susan Holmes Naionalll Cerifiec Equine Acupressure Prac[itioner zs00-llsz www. heavens gat:eequine.com PLUMAS NATIONAL FOREST GREENVILLE INFORMATION & WORK CENTER 128 Hot springs Rd Greenville, CA (530) 284-7126 NEV IIOUIlS BEGINNING WEEK OF JULY 4, 2011 The Office Will be Open THURSDAYS & FRIDAYS 8:00 am to 4:30 pm losed for lunch For more information contact Mt. Hough Ranger District (530) 283-0555 The U,S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) prohibits discdminof in all its programs and acvitJes On the basis of race, nalal origin, sex, religion, age, disability, political b Jets, sexual orientation, or medt or family status. (Not all prohibited base apOly to all proams,) Persons with disabilities who require temate muaes for communication of program information 'aille large print, audiotape, etc.) alonld contact UDA's TARGET Center at (202) 720-2600 ('ice and TDD), To file a compfaiof ol disorimiuatkfl, wfiite LiDA Drector, Office of Civil Rights, 1400 InclepdonceAvercde, SW, Washicjton, DC 20250-9410 or call 18001795-3272 {voice / or I202t 720382 (ID). USOA S an equal opportua emOI0er these evenings with a variety of newly purchased games and equipment and food and beverages, some donated by Evergreen Market. Teens may choose from sev- eral board games, which are set out each Friday for any- one to play. The new pingpong table is in constant use, and the in- door bowling also seems to be a big hit. Movies are played in a side room where there are com- fortable beanbag chairs. There is always food, too, including fresh fruit, popcorn and sometimes pizza. in the works is a rock climbing wall, an activity club and possibly a late sum- mer backpacking trip. Friday Nights for Teens is a safe and monitored event for teens, who can come and hang out with their peers and do what they do best: just be teens. The family-style recreation center is open every Friday from 7 - 10 p.m. Youths from seventh through 12th grades are welcome, and there's plen- ty of space to accommodate the variety of age groups and interests. Louise Steenkamp, of the Sierra Institute for Communi- ty and Environment, is ex- ploring continuing and ex- panding the program with money from the California Endowment. The program has been fund- ed by a Sierra Health Founda- tion grant so far. Volunteers Lauri Rawlins- Betta, Jennifer Kaufmann and Sue Weber have all come by and stayed for a while to help Hafsrud with the teens, though little help is needed as these teens are happy to have their Friday nights and have been very respectful while en- joying themselves. Recreation district director Steve McLaughlin and his wife, Gloria, have also spent a Friday evening with the teens. For more information about becoming involved in Friday Nights for Teens, call Recre- ation Director Dawnette Dry- er at 284-7385. for Skyler (iott Pioneer Park - July 15th zt-7:3Opml 1 Dinner and Music!  II $10 adult / $5 children Tickets may be purchased at Body r,I Soul 530-283-0484 b (located in the Post Office Shopping Center: Cioman St., Quincy) 1 Contact Kara Burkhead at 530-249.zt87! . * or q ' Dan 6arish at 650-619-9007 When your life changes, shouldn't your healthcare coverage change with It? ro keep up with you, Blue Shield offers health plans to fit your independent lifestyle. 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