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14B Wednesday, March 5, 2014 Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter Coming off another sold-out year in 2013, High Sierra Music recently announced the Phase 1 artist lineup for the 24th annual High Sierra Music Festival running July 3 through July 6 at the Plumas-Sierra County Fairgrounds in Quincy. The initial lineup includes Widespread Panic, Beats Antique and Trampled By Turtles, along with many more. The Phase 2 artist lineup, along with daily and late-night schedules, will be announced later this spring. For all details on tickets, camping and parking, visit highsierramusic.com, or the High Sierra Music sites on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. The High Sierra Music Festival has been recognized for over two decades for its trademark sense of community and annual traditions among festivalgoers and music lovers. "The picturesque location, wide variety of artists and unique musical settings and affordable prices all combine to make High Sierra the ultimate, intimate festival experience," says High Sierra Music. The scenic beauty of the area is a great place for a variety of outdoor activities, creative arts, personal wellnes's programs and educational events. The festival features intimate artist "playshbps," an interactive family area, daily parades, fabulous food with no waiting lines, yoga, Pilates and dance classes -- along with the opportunity to just relax and camp with good friends. With endless hiking and biking and a full spectrum of music offered on multiple daytime stages and multiple nighttime venues, the High Sierra Music Festival is an anticipated yearly event and an experience for people of all ages. Tickets and information A limited allotment of advance four-day passes are now available for $207.50; the price will increase May 19 or when the allotment runs out, whichever comes first. Teen passes ($110.50) are valid for festivalgoers ages 13 - 16, who must be accompanied by a ticketed adult guardian. Kids' four-day passes are $55 (ages 5 - 12); 4 and under are free. All multiday tickets include camping. On-site camping may reach capacity. On-site parking requires purchase of a vehicle pass. Ticket information is available at highsierramusic.com. Premiu n FestivALL packages include four-day festival passes, access to a VIP lounge near the Grandstand Stage featuring elevated viewing, private port-o-johns, a massage chair (limited hours), beer and wine tastings, snacks, access to all late night shows, festival T-shirts, festival posters and drink tickets, and early entry into the festival. Prices range from $725 to $1,799. FestivALL RV packages are sold out. About High Sierra Music High Sierra Music has been producing world-class music festivals since 1991. An independent production company based in Berkeley, the organization was founded with the first High Sierra Music Festival, its cornerstone event that takes place every July 4 weekend in Northern California. The group remains committed to its grassroots beginnings by drawing support from its loyal community of patrons, staff, volunteers and noncorporate sponsors. In addition to the High Sierra Music Festival, the organization produces the annual DelFesL taking place May 22 - 25 in Cumberland, Md., and Hangtown Halloween Ball, taking place Oct. 23 - 26 in Placerville. Additionally, High Sierra has produced events in Georgia, Massachusetts, Missouri and Las Vegas, and presents concerts in San Francisco and the Lake Tahoe area. ul Roxanne Valladao Plumas Arts I Plumas Arts is inviting you all to come on down to the Quincy Vets Hall on Saturday, March 8, to get some Soul Power. Soul Power is an energetic nine-piece band with a four-piece horn section that will bring what may well be the party of the year. Soul Power features soul-filled vocals, big horns and great tunes. The highly danceable magic they brew blends the sophisticated sound of the Berkeley East Side Horns with a very funky rhythm section that hails from the San Francisco Bay Area. You can preview the band's sound on this YouTube video sample~: ............. http://bit.ly/lfGnaQO. The retro sounds of this Saturday. Photo Soul Power will rock the Vets Hall in Quincy courtesy Plumas Arts encouraged. . Make a night out of it: Southern Accent will be serving up a soul food meal . .-. harbecuexibs or hicken and greens with all the fixin's for $15. The hall will be set up for dining between 5:30 and 6:30 p.m. Then the tables will be pulled avcay and everyone gets ready to hit the dance floor at 7:30. A no-host bar benefits Plumas Arts and all A crew of happy volunteers will transform the Vets Hall into an old-school juke joint nightclub complete with a disco ball. Dress the part if you dare "funkifize" 1970s fashions are. the great local culture and events that make our county such a great place to live. General admission is $25. Tickets are still available at the Plumas Arts Gallery, 525 Main St. in Quincy, or at Quincy Natural Foods. Tickets are available online at plumasarts.org or by calling 283-3402. The day of the event and at the door admission for all is $25. Lassen supervisor The Lassen National Forest is pleased to announce that Merv George Jr. has temporarily assumed the position of forest supervisor. George will remain in this acting role until early May, when a permanent replacement will be hired to succeed former Forest Supervisor Jerry Bird, who recently retired. "I feel blessed and fortunate to be given the opportunity to work on the Lassen National Forest," said George. "I look forward to working with the local communities anff the employees of the forest for the next several months." Born and raised in Humboldt County, George has been a lifelong resident of the Hoopa Valley Indian Reservation and the Eureka area. George graduated in 1997 from Humboldt State University with a degree in Native American studies. He has spent more than 20 years in public service, including 15 years working with various tribal governments across California. George also served four years on the Hoopa Valley Tribal Council and spent two years as its tribal chairman. Prior to joining the Forest Service, George was the executive director of the California Indian Forest and Fire Management Council and also served as the administrator for the Klamath River Inter-Tribal Fish & Water Commission. George has served with the Forest Service since 2008 at both the regional and forest levels. His first assignment was as the Regional Tribal Relations Program manager from 2008 to 2011. His next and current permanent assignment began in 2011, taking him back to his home area, as the deputy forest supervisor on the Six Rivers National Forest. George and his wife Wendy have four children: Pateisha, 22; Deja, 18; Merv III, 16; and Evelyn, 14. In his spare time he enjoys hunting, boating and playing the drums in his father's rock band. Support the local economy and Invest in Plumas County! 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