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Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter Wednesday, Feb. 11, 2015 11B -air Universi':y announces :lass lineup John Steffanic Plumas-Sierra County Fair Entering something in the Plumas-Sierra County Fair is the backbone of the fair tradition. Whether it's an animal, homemade jelly, a potato you grew or a photograph you've taken, the fair is the place to show what you've made, raised or grown. The Plumas-Sierra County Fair invites you make an entry in the 2015 event, set for Aug. 12 - 16. Some people have entered their work for many years. Some families have entered for generations. However, the vast majority of residents of Plumas and Sierra counties have not experienced the fun and excitement of competition at their county fair. To help get more people involved, the Plumas-Sierra County Fair, along with the PSCF Foundation, has developed Fair U, short for Fair University. This one-day event will feature several classes led by experts on how to create and enter things into the fair. Students will fmd instruction in everything from flower arranging to scrapbooking. There will be classes in preserved foods, fiber spinning and candle making. Volunteer teachers include local experts, like Merilu Dillard, Lorraine Nielsen, Fred Surber and Laura Miller. Attendees will get tips on how to present their entries and what judges look for. It won't be necessary to bring anything; most classes will provide necessary supplies. Fair U will take place at the fairgrounds Feb. 21 and is absolutely free. Attendees will have seven classes to choose from, with each one repeated once. Registration begins at 9 a.m. and classes start at 10 a.m. and will run for 45 minutes. After a 15-minute break, the classes will be repeated. Come early for some coffee and fruit, compliments of the newly formed PSCF Foundation, the nonprofit organization that supports the health and O r D :tl '.h, B !1 lr1| g [e lrt a c Ili r m td t tP la  tt il M m s it, OI 3 I lh w : c::: I:::::s ::f r :ur pa i:fl Ke:: ea ;;:C iB e::l: ]lt: dd; M, Rle Ctifl te:r itiO: 01 SO1 8it e: ;;:VO a ::::$: in:a: Will ! :!!ili::i!i;!:E :atii:!lhe:ii!;ii:i:i!:i:::::;:a i!S' !::i::;:,C msindiiii:iiii!!:: t-Y( iU[: ::$ Dg ;;:( I:hW:::.:::::: $:::: thh!g; W! ra SOV: :B Those that want to attend are urged to preregister. Anyone who preregisters will receive a free Fair U T-shirt at check-in. Any questions can be answered by calling 283-6272 or on the Fair website: plumas-sierracountyfair.net. "It's our goal to encourage more people to enter things vibrancy of the Plumas-Sierra into the fair by taking some of County Fairgrounds. 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The theme of this year's fair is "Farm to Fair.', Exhibit entries are a tangible measure of the health of a county fair. Organizers hope the success of this event will speak to the level of support the mystery out of the process the community feels towards and inspiring new ideas." its fair. said Fair Manager John This year's class schedule Steffanic. "We think it will be and instructors follows: It'S )n tl I in [te air f llSeS S VO I De --Flower arranging, Fred Surber. --Scrapbooking, Laura Miller. --Candle making, Merilu Dillard. --Fiber spinning, Lorraine Nielsen: :' ....  " --Keel-Aid dyeing, Willo Vieira. --Herb and vegetable starts, University of California Cooperative ' Education master gardeners. --Food preserving and jerky, Oran Morrison. The Mohawk Valley Stewardship Council seeks photos from couples married at White Sulphur Springs Ranch. Photo submitted Contest seeks f w ) were married at rancn For many years, White Sulphur Springs Ranch has been a community gathering spot for Plumas County residents who enjoyed swimming in the warm springs pool and picnicking while overlooking the Mohawk Valley. For some, White Sulphur Springs Ranch meant so much that they were married there. The Mohawk Valley Stewardship Council wants to celebrate these couples by acknowledging their special day with a Valentine's Day gift. The photos and a Completed application form must be submitted by U:S. mail to MVSC Wedding Photo Contest, P.O. Box 25, Clio, CA 96106-0025. Applications must be postmarked no later than Thursday, March 5, to be eligible. Applicants agree to allow the MVSC to publish contest results along with their names and photos on the new website and in the newspaper. A drawing will be held March 15 and the winner will be announced after that. The Anyone who Was married ....... winner will receive a dinner on the WSSR property is eligible to enter the wedding photo contest. Applicants must submit at least one, but no more than five, wedding photos taken on the property. All photos must show the wedding couple. for two at a local restaurant along with a one-year family membership in the MVSC. Go to the website at whitesulphurspringsranch.c ' om to print out the application or call 836-1436 to ask for a copy to be mailed. 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