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12B Wednesday, Feb. 17, 2010 Bulletin, Progressive, Record, Reporter # 00lerra 3plena set wln The Quincy Crazy Quilters guild has completed its opportunity quilt, which members have named Sierra Splendor. The quilt is a French braid design called Shadow City, typified by easier construc- tion; the secret to success lies in color choices. Guild members Carolyn Kenny, Aven Lidberg and Donna Meyers spent hours at Morning Star Quilts in Paradise making the fabric selections. Five other guild members--Diane Klein, Diann Montanari, Sandy Norton, Sandy Nichols and Connie Turner--joined the trio last Halloween to piece the top before turning it over to Dorothy Miller of Crazy Horse Quilting in Quincy for quilting. The quilt will be on display at the fair and various locations around Quincy; the drawing will be held in September. Proceeds from the drawing sup- port the guild's cuddle quilt project. Members have donated more than 500 lap quilts to hospice. WlC, the crisis center and the foster children program since the program started. Tickets are $1 each or 6 for $5. For more information or tickets, call Donna Meyers at 891-9612. Photo by Mona Hill Shanghai Shindig to end winter with colorful adventure Volunteers, like Trisha Aitken, bring the cosmopolitan, Far-Eastern theme of the Shanghai Shindig t'o life with colorful costumes and decorations. Photo submitted Residents and visitors are invited on an adventure of the senses Saturday, March 27, at the Shanghai Shindig in Greenville. Renowned Chinese chef Peter Chu of Redding and lo- cally renowned dessert chef Marty Shower will provide adventures for palates. Volunteers will transform the town hall into a venue befitting the cosmopolitan theme, and servers will enhance that feeling with their colorful far-eastern costumes. Shindig sports enthusi- asts will be especially pleased with sofne of the auction items, which include signed Raiders helmets, guided fishing, hunting and birding trips, and tickets to sporting events. Other items include overnight stays and dinners, " anHques, furniture, art- work, a year's worth of desserts, a fully catered din- ner for six to eight people, and other items. Beverages and hors d'oeuvres will be served at 5:30 p.m., followed by dinner and dessert at 6:30 p.m. and a live auction at 7:30 p.m. The event is a fund-raiser for the Indian Valley Com- munity Center, where an open house that same day, from 2-5 p.m., will provide residents with an opportu- nity to see what's left to do before the grand opening in June. The center is located on Highway 89 in Greenville, across from the Sierra Sun- rise Coffee House and Dell Shanghai Shindig tickets are available at the balloon and video counter of Ever- green Market in Greenville, at Young's Market in Taylorsville and at Pangaea in Quincy. Sudoku PuZzle U i 715-D 1 5 2.63 9 2 1 4 7 234 4 7 6 5 4 8 1 Difficult 7 8 6 825 9 3 A T S L 0 T I N Y G I N N C E II| C O Y A P S T E E A R R ._-i| A S E R O L A L L N S E 165 294 783 971 638 542 429 856 Sudoku Solution #1710-D 219 3 8 7141 517 8 6 1 31 614 1 5 9 2 813 2 4 5 61 i 715 4 9 2 11 911 6 7 3 81 118 5 3 6 71 312 7 1 4 91 | 3 1 7 416 9 2 8 51 )Ul ai;ii ACROSS 1. Big bash 5. Propelled a dinghy 10. Warming in relations 14. Passed with flying colors 15." porridge hot 16. Lamarr of "Samson and Delilah" 17. Chats idly 20. Battle of Trenton = m losers 21. Van Gogh's town =''- 22. Peeples or Vardalos 23. PC pop-up 25. Tear into 29. " for Alibi" (Grafton novel) 30. Dumb cluck 34. Island Red (kind of chicken) 35. 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