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Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter Wednesday, May 17, 2017 5B Photograph of the school on Church Street during the winter of 1907. Gladys and Barrett Huskinson are sledding to school. Notice that the trim and foundation were of different colors, giving the school a much higher contrast and, some would say, a more pleasing appearance. Notice also that Quincy was much more open in 1907. Photos courtesy of Scott Lawson, Plumas County Museum Quincy Elementary Young students in the new elementary school in Quincy in 1905. Notice the Native American artifacts hanging in the back corner of the room, Construction of the Church Street school building in Quincy in 1905. This is the replacement for the previous brick building built in 1876.'Bricks from the 1876 building were used in the foundation of the 1905 building. A crowd of adults and children stand in front of the Quincy elementary school built in 1876, with people in the bell tower. The brick schoolhouse was built on the same site as the existing Church Street building in Quincy. Maintenance problems with Plumas County schools are not a new thing. Vertical reinforcements were added to the building after one wall fell down soon after construction. Seasonings [] Marinades Utensils Accessories Tues-Fri 9:30am-5:30pm Sat lOam-4pm Closed Sun &Mon A///unce For Wor/cforce De ebpment, Inc. Pro rtg to success NOW HIRING The Alliance for Workforce Development, Inc. is recruiting temporary workers to assist public and non-profit entities with storm/flood related cleanup projects. Examples of job openings include: General laborers and Maintenance workers for Parks and Recreation Departments, Landscaping in other City and County properties, and various positions within the different departments for road maintenance. These positions are open to individuals meeting the following criteria: You have been laid off or You have been unemployed for 15 out of the last 26 weeks Positions available throughout Plumas, Lassen & Sierra Counties Please visit or contact one of our offices for more information: Quincy - 7 Quincy Junction Rd., Quincy, CA 95971, (530) 283-1606 Susanville - 1616 Chestnut St,, Susanville, CA 96130, (530) 257-5057 Sierraville- 305 South Lincoln St., Sierraville, CA 96126, (530) 283-1606 AFWD is an equal opportunity employer/program. A proud partner of: America SJobCenter of CaliJ . l la I I II I