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From left: Hayden Brawley, Iynell Thomas and Garrison Dyrr conducted basketball workshops for local students. All three played basketball at QHS. Brawley and Iynell plan to continue playing at Feather River College, while Dyrr is on his way Wilmington, Delaware. Photo by Debra Moore

Senior Expo and Concert on the Green draws family and friends

Quincy area students and their families gathered on the lawn at Quincy High School the evening of May 24 for the annual Senior Expo and Concert on the Green.

The evening kicked off with a performance by third- and fourth-graders playing tunes on their recorders, followed by a series of performances from older grade levels and their bands. Music teacher Eliza Hardee introduced the groups and led them through their performances.

While the musical performances were underway, Quincy High School seniors presented their senior projects to those in attendance. The projects reflected the interests of the students and ranged from floral arranging, to holding a mock trial, to decorating rooms in the domestic violence center, to raising funds for automatic defibrillator batteries, and many more.

All high school students who attended were given a “swag bag” that contained a novel, a book light, bookmarks, a journal, pen and stickers funded by a Far North Literacy Grant.

The evening concluded with the students of all age groups performing “What a Wonderful World.”

Savannah Little, who plans to be a lawyer, shares information about the mock trial she prosecuted with the assistance of her mentor, Plumas District Attorney David Hollister. Little, who will be studying pre law at the University of Virginia at the end of the summer, is excited about this next chapter of her life. Photo by Debra Moore

Rohan Linford, who has always been drawn to the water, earned his swiftwater rescue certificate under the mentorship of Saylor Flett. Linford wants to work in commercial rafting. He plans to major in outdoor recreation at Feather River College. Photo by Debra Moore
Braden Porter worked on a project for the Feather River Canyon Community Services District with his mentor Allen Bentley. Photo by Debra Moore
From left: Ellis Etter, Bella Stuhr, Brenna McNally, Taylor McKinney and Brianna LaRoche distribute items pertaining to literacy. Photo by Debra Moore
Third- and fourth-graders were the first to perform during the Quincy Concert on the Green on May 24. Photo by Debra Moore
The weather held and attendees were treated to several performances during the spring concert at Quincy High School on May 24. Photo submitted

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