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8B Wednesday, April 20, 2016 Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter \ Forty-plus apple and fruit trees will be on hand at the Dawn Institute, April 23, for a free pruning workshop taught by certified arborist, Phil Noia. Photos by Marl Erin Roth Mari Erin Roth advise participants to bring Staff Writer gloves and pruning sheers. There is no cost for the workshop. Donations to assist The Dawn Institute and the in the offering of future Plumas Sierra Master activities will be welcome. Gardeners Program are The meeting place for the sponsoring a free tree pruning workshop is the Dawn workshop, April 23. Institute, 1.7 miles from the The hands-on workshop will Highway 70 turn-off. The demonstrate proper pruning workshop will run from 9 a.m. techniques. There are 40-plus to 1 p.m. apple trees to be pruned under Register by April 21 online the guidance of certified at or arborist Phil Noia. Organizers call Amy Rasband, 283-6270. Tickets are now on sale for the "Greatest Show on Earth ' being put on by Quircus on Saturday, May 21, at the Quincy Veterans Hall. The event features a carnival-style dinner catered by the Feather River College Culinary Arts Program followed by the performance. Dinner is served at 7 p.m. followed by the show at 8 p.m. Musicians, jugglers,fire spinners, acrobats, stilt walkers and aerialists are some of the featured attractions. Tickets are $25 and may be purchased at Carey Candy in Quincy. For more information call 775-224-6674 or email at From left, Girls' Rite assistant Emily Bryant, member Alexis Dyer, Director Jennifer Kauffman-Ready, and Girls' Rite members Alyssa Cigas, Emily Lund and Samara Shea pose April 13 with the Photovoice posters they created at their meeting place, Mountain Passages in Quincy. Photo by Mari Erin Roth / Mari Erin Roth months Gansner Park is said Zach Revene, Plumas $750 stipend for groups that Staff Writer closed and how it affects County Public Health completed their projects. their ability to choose Agency health education This year that translated healthy activities," said coordinator, into $3,000 made available After a nice hike to the Girls' Rite assistant Emily The Photovoice project for the groups to use for Quincy "Q" on April 13, a Bryant. was made possible through other projects or events. small group of girls posed The Photovoice program the Tobacco Use Reduction The Photovoice project for a picture showing off provides youngsters a voice Program. This year, Publicwas organized by Meagan posters they made for for conditions in the Health funded four Miller from Public Health "Photovoice." The Girls' community that they felt Photovoice projects, and was co-presented with Rite members -- ages 11 to affected their ability to Chester's Friday Night the help of 18 -- were still fired up make healthy choices. Live/Club Live program Kauffman-Ready. about the presentation they Young participants from focused on healthy spaces For more information made April 7 at the Town around Plumas County for recreation. Greenville's about Girls' Rite, call Hall Theatre. spent three months Friday Night Live/Club Kauffman-Ready, "The girls created the documenting, discussing Live program focused on 480-620-7852, or Photovoice message mostly and compiling information e-cigarettes. Girls' Rite Jennifer@womensmountai on their own about on their topics, focused on healthy places For something they cared "The program was for recreation. 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