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~l%gressive, Record, Reporter Wednesday, March 14, 2001 138 i Photo submitted Johns and Shelley Miller perform Thursday. El by Dave Johns and Plumas County Arts Commis- and poetry by sign (PCAC). will be featured Bishop will read some of March 14, at Morn- her own poetry as her portion in Quincy. of the program. Sand Miller are featur- Admission is $3. And, the swing and bal- show begins at 7 p.m. their portion of It is also open mike night, so Music, hosted by the those who are interested in I Photo submitted Betty Bishop will be reading her poetry at Words & Music. sharing their own music or For more information, con- readings are invited to sign up tact PCAC at 283-3402. before the event begins. really is the best medicine, 15th annual Vinton Cowboy Po- should be enough to cure all is the oldest of its kind in Cal- and continues to grow as more people discover what cowboy about. is scheduled to hit the stage Valley Grange Hall in Vin- and Saturday, March 16 and at 7:30 p.m. looking for more than just a a corned beef and cabbage served Friday night from 5 P.m., and a roast beef dinner trimmings will be served Sat- p.m. to 7 p.m. ; for the event are available at D- Wear and Sheplers' West- ern Wear in Reno, J-K Korral in Sparks, She said the hall is used for 4-H meet- the Vinton Store, Sierra Welding in Vin- ings, various farm organization meetings, ton, or by calling Betty Ramelli, Grange and other community functions secretary,, at 993-4647 "If there is a need in the community, Headlining this year's entertainment such as helping out with a luncheon will be Sour Dough Slim. Pat Richardson, when there is a death in the family, the Jim King, and Richard Etloyan, all guar- grange is there to tend a helping hand," anteed to bring about a laugh, a giggle, or she said. have you stomping your feet to the beat. Ramelli said there are many benefits to Sit back and enjoy an evening of poetry belonging to the Sierra Valley Grange, (cowboy style), music, yodeling and more. such as a good insurance program, mere- This event is supported by Poets & bership in the Sierra Butte Credit Union, Writers, Inc. through a grant it has re- and the social functions which bring to- ceived from The James Irvine Founda- gether friends and family. tion. The Sierra Valley Grange Hall is avail- All proceeds benefit the Sierra Valley able for rent, and those interested may Grange, a community organization which contact Clyde Shamburg at the Vinton began in Vinton in 1931, with the present Store. hall being dedicated in November of 1934. Ramelli said the Vinton Cowboy Poetry It is an agricultural organization and show and dinners are the major fund- works to preserve the family farm and its raising events for the Grange. way of life, according to Ramelli. COUNTY UBRARIAN You weren't aware of your life the rest March 20-26 has National s Week. So if "Clean Off Your (Jan. 8), "Clean Out Day" (Feb. 8), Your Closet of January), here's get organized )rdesky can I how to create and Ordesky takes you in your :the dreaded you to as a huge L high-flying adven- .and learn about the same time. and members 794 continue to rides to seventeen-year pilots and available on %rice. For reserva- information, call t r nized, tell it II t libr ry to other closet space With time and frustration in main waste collectmn day) Corn over a hundred color pho- tographs, and dozens of clear diagrams, this book has the solution to any storage prob- lem. 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FREE complete breakfast for two people ~nth each night's stay. f ASK FOR SUSAH HOTEL/CASINO 35841111 m ;dvefclub corn t Vi(1o.o, Sqvore { ~,pe*'k'~ } ~ro,~s born Ihe Noggel Lassen film series movie yat 'Platoon' Thursday The "Film As Art Series" will Critically acclaimed is the feature Oliver Stone's semi-au- movie's portrayal of a "conflict tobiographical "Platoon" within a conflict" as it symboli- Thursday, March 15, at 6:30 cally explores the concept of p.m. at the Sierra Theater. discord within a society. "Platoon" is considered one "Platoon" was nominated for of the best war films ever made, or won several awards from and the best film about the ex- several groups; among them, periences of American in- best picture, director, editing fantrymen in the Vietnam War. and sound by the 1986 Academy The 1986 movie is set before Awards, and best film, director and during the North Viet- and supporting actor namese Tet Offensive of Janu- (Berenger) by the 1987 Golden ary 1968. A few months before Globes. it begins, college dropout and The film series continues volunteer Chris Taylor (Char- with the French film "Rosetta" lie Sheen) joins Bravo Compa- on April 19, which won the cov- ny, 25 Infantry. His naive philo- eted Palm d' Or at the 1999 sophical aspirations are muted Cannes Film Festival, and con- by the ensuing journey through eludes on May 17 with Terrence the perils of war. Malick's "Badlands." As a filmmaker, Oliver Stone There is a nominal admis- has a reputation of extracting sign fee for the film and tickets extraordinary performances may be purchased at the door. from his casts. He doesn't dis- The 'Film As Art Series" is appoint with "Platoon." sponsored by Lassen Commu- William Dafoe and Tom nity College, Lassen County Berenger are brilliant as the Arts Council and Sierra The- two sergeants at odds, and ater and Uptown Cinemas. For Sheen has his finest moment in more information call 251-8879 film as the central character, or 257-5222. 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