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Question or comments? Contact Editor Lisa Van De Hey at Ivandehey@gridleyherald.com FRIDAY >> JUNE 3, 2016 >~ THE GRIDLEY HERALD ~ -I- RETIRIN G years has been an honor. I've been impressed seeing FROM PAGE 1 how hard she works after 30-plus years of teaching the AVID fieldtrip to Chico State where students got and always wanting to get better at her craft;' Syca- to see the college graduates taking pies on their last more Principal Clint Johnson said. day of school. Though the last few days will no doubt be sad Graves received her teaching credential there in for Graves at times as she starts a new adventure, she 1979 and began at Sycamore that fall. As a Liberal knows she will be back to help and still see many of Studies Major, Graves has taught primarily math and the people. science with physical education. Graves also plans to be an art docent at Wilson School. "I will miss the students, the staff and all the ac- tivities that the ASB (Associated Student Body) put Graves has taught math every year and a lot of on. They add that extra element that makes it enjoy- science classes, art and some physical education. This able, she stated, year she teaches two math classes, two science, math Graves coached sports offand on for 15 years and support and physical education. advised the yearbook class 22 years while helping As we have seen with other retiring teachers in with CJSF with first Joan Carlin then Joan Brock. Gridley, they do tend to continue to help whether it be "Watching Mrs. Graves teach over the last four in substituting or volunteering especially if they feel the way that Graves does - that it is just one big family. Use caution A motorist had a particularly bad scare on Sprtlce Street this week as she stopped for a pedestrian to cross in the crosswalk and watched the approaching vehicle from behind go around her narrowly missing the pedestrian crossing. The motorist said she has observed the same oc- currence on Magnolia Street - either the people don't realize the car is stopped for a pedestrian and maybe thinking they are going to be making a right or what - drivers must be aware of the surroundings before passing on the right. While it is legal to pass a car on the right if the road is wide enough without entering into the bike lane, it is not legal if the other vehicle is waiting for a pedestrian to cross. Drivers who pass on the right when a pedestrian is crossing can be cited for Unsafe Turning or Failure to Yield to a Pedestrian. If a police officer observes a driver passing on the right with a pedestrian in the crosswalk the driver will be stopped. It is worth mentioning also, if you are the pedes- trian waiting to cross don't start crossing the street until you are absolutely sure the driver of the ap- proaching vehicle sees you. SPARKY SAYS: Orchard Hospital's Farmers Market will include a special event Tuesday, June 21. Ted Hanson's Paint- brushes and Beverages is just $45 for guided instruc- tional painting, supplies, canvas and a glass of wine. Limited spots are available so call Lyndi Little Wallace at 846-9028 or email llittle@orchardhospi- tal.com to register. The weekly Farmers Market is every 2hesday from 5 to 8 p.m., until the end of August. Dinner for June 21 will be smoked Tri-Tip Sand- wiches, chips and a soda with Gridley Rotarians do- ing the work. Letter to Dear Editor, The Gridley Area Chamber of Commerce looked into placing the American flags in the downtown area for Memorial Day and discovered that the previous holes to place the flags are no longer available with the downtown street beautification project completed two years ago. Once the Daddow Park renovation is completed the Chamber of Commerce will look into the possibil- ity of establishing places to display the flags for future holidays. Thank you, Gridley Area Chamber of Commerce President Lynne Spencer MELODRAMA FROM PAGE 3 town which as yet has'no ley, Joe Bugado, Jennifer name, Howard Moore, Beers and Cat Huey. the gun sling-in' '9 rizona Angi Pearson is head- Kid", slows down their ing up advertising and a action, in fact, makes it fund raising event, "Vie- stand still at times--and torian Tea and Hat Show" saves the heroine, the at the Oroville Congrega- lovely Luri deSouza Oth- tional Church July 9th. er cast members are Bar- Watch for further infor- bara Daggett, Don Green, marion. Malynda Stroup, Mya See you at the Melo- Mobley, Shannon Mob- drama. ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ::::::ii:: ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: :::::::::::::::::::::: :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: .:::::::::::::i:::: ::::::::::::i:::: ::::::::::::::::::::::::::: :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ~ii:: ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ::::::::::::: ::::::: ::i::::::::i ::i:: :::::::: :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ::i::i::::::i :ii~ ::::::::::i:::: ::::::::::::::::::::: :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: HEAT ILLNESS CAL FIRE/ Gridley Fire Department would like to remind everyone of the importance of avoiding heat related injuries (heat stress, heat ex- haustion and heat stroke) and maintaining proper hydration during the hot summer months. Heat illness prevention starts with avoiding excess ex- posure to hot temperatures. Complete outdoor tasks in the cooler morning hours and stay indoors during the afternoon heat. Keep in mind health and fitness influences as well as exogenous factors (medications, drugs, alcohol, etc.) can contribute to heat illness. Proper hydration is achieved by drink- ing water throughout the day and limiting caffein- ated energy drinks and soda which dehydrate the body. Follow these simple tips from CAL FIRE to ensure a safe and fun summer! I THE IDRIDLEY RO. Box 68 650 Kentucky Street Gridley, CA 95948 Saturtlay, dene 25 \, l up is ~?i; ~,,~?.,,z-::,,i! :i! Residential Commercial Service Phil's Heating & Air Sales - Service - Insaliation PhilMabray YORK Owner CA Lic. #648981 ~" ~'~' " ~ ~*'~'~'~' ($30) 868-1239 (PH/Fax) PO BOX 33 (530) 518-0789 (Cell) Biggs, CA 95917 mabrayphil@yahoo.com Cont LIc. #347219 iiiii!ili!ili Gall Shelley 846.0200 THE GRIDLEY + .............................. ~ ............ :: ...................