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Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter Wednesday, Feb. 4, 2015 9B ) Miriam S. Cody Staff Writer mcody@plumasnews.corn The North Section Junior High Honor Band and Select Choir was held Jan. 16 and 17 at California State University Chico. The event featured talented students in grades six- nine from various Northern California communities, including Chester, Portola and Indian Valley. Lauryn Cordes, a ninth-grade student at Greenville High School, was Indian Valley's chorus representative. Portola and Chester schools were also represented. Felicity Syfrett, a freshman from Chester High School band, played clarinet. Elizabeth Sullens, in seventh grade, sang for CHS " chorus. Jordan Herbert and Austin Griffin, from Portola, on clarinet and trumpet, respectively, played with schoolmates Ricky Johnston, Stella Baty (bass clarinet), Noah Hardee (trumpet), Alison Hicks (clarinet) and Emily Walmer (baritone saxophone). "It's a big honor (to attend)," said Jane Brown, Chester music program director. She said the students must audition and be chosen to participate. Honor band and chorus students practice for a total of about 13 hours over the weekend, and perform back to back. Brown said Chester High School has been participating since 1977, but this was the first year in a while that Chester won an audition. Brown accompanied her students to the event, as did Portola music teachers Luke Barnes and Mary Cooligan. Marsha Roby accompanied Cordes. "They had terrific guest conductors, and the groups sounded fabulous," said Brown. The Chester High School music program led by Brown has had its share of struggles. Last fall, a donation from Our Savior Lutheran Church in Chester helped keep it afloat, allowing for repairs on instruments and the like. The CHS jazz choir/combo A candid portrait of Irene Walkemire exemplifies Joanne Burgueno's nuanced photography. Photos courtesy Plumas Arts II After a brief hiatus in houses and outbuildings January, the Plumas Arts around Plumas County. Gallery, located at 525 Main "It's funny," says gallery St. in Quincy, is back with a director Davis, "but one of brand new art exhibit, the things visitors ask most Friday, Feb. 6, from 5 to 7 is, 'What are those bright p.m. marks the date of the patterned decorations on all Plumas Arts Gallery's fn:st the barns, and where can I artists' opening reception of get one?'" Johnson.was one of 2015, featuring the those people intrigued by the photography of Joanne artistic possibilities, and Burgueno and the barn quilt after making five barn quilts paintings of Adrienne for her Meadow Valley home Johnson. "I'm very excited and barn, she began offering about this show," says barn quilts for sale. In gallery director Lori Davis, addition to her painting, "because we get the chance Johnson has been spinning to introduce the public yarn for years, and recently to a couple of very fftarted spinning alpaca talented women, and in the from Plumas County farmers. process help launch art She lives in Meadow Valley careers." with her husband, two small Joanne Burgueno has been boys, dairy goats and taking pictures for 17 years, chickens. A full-time student and "This will be a fun show," mother to two girls, comments Davis. Burgueno likes to have her "Adrienne's bright, flat barn camera available at all times, quilts provide an interesting "I really just enjoy having my contrast to Joanne's nuanced camera with me. I never photographs." The artists know what will be offered will be on hand to discuss before my lens," she explains, their work during the She recently opened her own opening reception, at which photography business, appetizers and beverages will specializing in family be offered. "If you don't get a portraits. "I take everything chance to come to the show from portraits, to landscape, opening, please stop by on animals or whatever catches Saturday, Feb. 7, during the my eye," she says. The prints Groundhog Festival, held she plans to show in across the street," adds February highlight her wide Davis. range of subject matter, from Also on display at the sensitive intimate portraits gallery is artwork by Plumas to atmospheric landscape Arts' group of artist shots. Visit her website at members. The gallery hours joanneburguenophotography, are Wednesday, Thursday weebly.com or look her up on and Friday from 11 a.m. to Facebook to see more of her 5:30 p.m., and Saturday from work. 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. The show Adrienne Johnson is a will run through the month mother and artist in Meadow of February. Visit Plumas Valley. When she moved to Arts on the Web at Plumas County in 2012, she plumasarts.org for more fell in love with barn quilts, information about its those colorful square programs, andto see the paintings inspired by quilt gallery exhibition schedule designs, mounted on barns, for 2015. group is planning a trip to the Santa Cruz Jazz Festival at CabriUo College on March 20- 21. Fundraisers to help with gas and travel expenses will be announced as the event approaches, and those interested in supporting the music program can contact Brown at jbrown@pcoe.kl2.ca.us. Chester band and choir students will attend the Region 5 Music Festival on March 25. Portola and Chester students represent Plumas County at the North Section Junior High Band and Select Choir at California State University Chico. From left: Ricky Johnston, Austin Griffin, Felicity Syfrett and Elizabeth Sullens. Top from left: Noah Hardee, Alison Hicks, Stella Baty, Emily Walmer and Jordan Herbert. Photo submitted : :a When you need to brighten a Sonshine FI Made-to-order plush animals, bath and baskets and other (530) 258-4543 212 Main St.. Chester Vldd Mason, Owner When you need to brighten a da'y, call @ Celebrate with us... Weddings, family events, business meetings, company parties, Family Style Ranch Meals 6r0up Rates Reservations 1-800-33-HOWOY (530)283-0030 2116 Gmeah0m Ranch Rd. 0uin / Flowers & Gi Early We make it easy with one-stop gift & floral shopping for every celebration, or just because... Floral We accept all competitor coupons Easy & Delicious! ! The perfect way to celebrate those special occasions l l I Same great coffee. 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