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II THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 2014 st-RecjTgter COMMUNITY at the facility. Directed by Bill Higgins, the show is 7:30 p.m. Friday "V" Watch for noxious and Saturday. Shows continue QHS seniors raising money to paint mural Quincy High School se- niors Francia Orozco and Karen Rabadan are asking for help from the community with their senior project. The girls e raising money to purchase the supplies they need to paint murals for Mon- ument Elementary School. The pair needs to raise about $300. They are ask- ing for $30 donations from 10 businesses in town. Their goal is to beautify the interior of the school with the murals they designed. To donate, or for more in- formation, call 398-7135. City compost facliity opens March 11 The City of Quincy's com- post facility on March 11 re- turns to its summer operating hours. The compost facility, 18655 Road 9 N.W., is open Tues- days through Saturdays. It is open 10 a.m. to 1:45 p.m. and then again 3:15 to 6:45 p.m. The compost facility ac- cepts: Only yard waste, such as grass, leas, prunings and branches under 7 feet long. It does not accept lber, con- crete, dirt or household waste or garbage. Compost can be purchased at city hall and then picked up weed consultants Noxious weed consultants of the Noxious Weed Control Board of Grant County will begin inspecting properties March 10. Noxious weed consultants perform general inspections, take samples of weed speci- mens and measure the perfor- mance of eradication or con- trol work. Any landowners objecting to these inspections should notify the Noxious Weed Control Board at 754-2011, extension 375, by March 10. Oscar Watch Party is Sunday at Cave B The Quincy Valley Medical Center Foundation is happy to announce its second Annual Oscar Watch Party Sunday at Cave B Inn. The event features Quincy's own red carpet, photography, food, games, prizes and a no- host bar. Special $99 room packages are available for Os- car Party attendees. Call Cave B at 888-785-2283 for room reservations. Doors open at 4 p.m. Cost is $40 a person. 'Brigadoon' begins Friday evening Quincy Valley Allied Arts presents five performances of the musical Brigadoon begin- ning this weekend. next weekend, with perfor- mances at 7:30 p.m. March 6-7 and 2 p.m. March 8. All shows are at the per- forming arts center at Quincy High School. Tickets are $10 and are on sale at Martin Mor- ris Insurance Agency, 13 C St. S.W. Fishing derby will be on Quincy, Burke lakes The Quincy Valley Tourism Association's Fourth Annual Fishing Derby is March 8. New this year, the derby will be held at both Quincy and Burke lakes. The derby begins at dawn, and anglers must have their catch into the registration tent before 1 p.m. The derby, which has youth and adult divisions, is giving away about $5,000 in cash prizes, with the prize money split between the two lakes. North Country takes the stage in George North Country will be the featured performer at the March 8 George CoffeeHouse bluegrass show. The band takes the stage at 7 p.m. at George Community Hall. Doors openat 6:30 p.m. Admission is $3 a person with a pass-the-hat for the performers. Kids 12 and un- der get in for free, but must be accompanied by an adult. Kanga-cavities Submitted photo Kwon & Magnuson Family Dentistry visited kindergarten classrooms Feb. 21 at Pioneer Elementary in celebration of National Children's Dental Health Month. Dental team members Shawn Nuxoll, left, and Jeanie Redberg, right, joined Dr. Paul Kwon, not pictured. They talk- ed to students about proper brushing techniques and the importance of keeping your teeth healthy. Kindergartner Diego Lerena, who is in Sara Hausken's class, shows his classmates how to properly floss your teeth on the dental office's pal, B.G. Roo. Spaghetti feed for 4th grade trip Monument Elementary School's 39th Annual Spa- ghetti Feed is March 7. Money raised at the spa- ghetti feed will pay for the fourth-grade field trip. Tickets are $5 each, with checks made to Monument Elementary. Take-out orders will be available that day.