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Bulletin, Progressive, Record, Reporter Wednesday, March 25, 2009 13B raisers local Make sure to get a seat at the table for Taste of Plumas Saturday, April 11, at the Plumas-Sierra County Fair- grounds. Come along and enjoy a tasty night out at a bargain price. Restaurants and business- es representing all parts of the county include: Alley Cat Caf6, American Valley Bak- ing, Caf6 Le Coq, The Drunk Brush, Dunn's Coffee & Fine Teas, Feather River College two at most of the participat- ing restaurants and several other establishments that could not participate this year, including Morning Thunder Caf6 and Grizzly Grill, Tickets for the drawing are $5 each, $10 for three or $20 for seven, available at the Plumas Arts Gallery at the event. Tickets may be charged by telephone at 283-3402 or on- Culinary, Gamboni's Penin- - line at plumasarts.org. Prizes sula Grill, Genesee Bistro, will be drawn at the Taste of Greenhorn Guest Ranch, The Plumas April 11. Ticket hold- Grille at the Chalet View ers need not be present to Lodge, Longboards Bar & win. Grill, Moon's Restaurant, Mt. Event coordinators expect Tomba, Pangaea Caf6 & Pub, the event will sell out in ad- Quincy Natural Foods, vance ~ls it has for the last Southern Accent, Sweet two years. Lorraine's and Trattoria The price of admission, $35 Rosa. for nonmembers, includes a "The Taste" also hosts sam- souvenir wine glass. Ad- plings from numerous winer- vance-only discount tickets ies and microbrew beers for Plumas Arts members are from around the Northstate $30 per person. and beyond. The event also Tickets must be purchased includes a silent auction with in person, by phone or online a festive selection of food, through Plumas Arts by or fine art and unique items, before Friday, April 4, at 5 The public can also support p.m. Call Plumas Arts for Plumas Arts' spring fundrais- ticket information, 283-3402. ing efforts by entering the Quincy Natural Foods is sell- "Dine Your Way Around ing $35 general admission Plumas" drawing. Enter for a tickets. After April 4, if the chance to win one of several event is not sold out, tickets grand-prize dining tours, for eCeryone will be $40. Each tour will take the "Taste of Plumas," "Dine lucky winners around the Your WayAround Plumas" county to enjoy a meal for and the drawings and silent Reserve your place with your friends and neighbors at the Taste of Plumas April 11. Don't wait: Event coordinators expect "The Taste" will sell out in advance, as it has for the last two years. Photo submitted LETTERS, from page 12B was told, chewed up to within similar events taking place a foot of the cadet's head, not on that awful day. No ques- hurting him, but surely caus- tion about it. So it simply plane 13 after all. When the ing him to wonder whether makes sense to acknowledge other cadet taxied the plane flying was, for him, the prop- all those previous bad days onto the runway, waiting for er way to go. and come Thursday night, take-off signal from the tow- Now one incident like thatthe 12th of the month, stay er, another cadet landed be- couldn't be responsible for for the next 24 hours indoors, hind him ... and tore the rear the bad name of Friday theand out of trouble. end off plane 13. 13th. Down through history, Tony Van Hemert The whirling propeller, I there must have been a ton of Quincy auction are spring fundrais- Board of Supervisors and calendar, manages a gallerybusiness, community perfor- ing activities for Plumas in partnership with the Cali- -featuring work by regional mance venue and gathering Arts, which has had a re-fornia Arts Council, the artists, produces (in addition place. spected reputation as a quali- primary cultural program- to the "Taste of Plumas") the Culinary businesses or ty community cultural events ming agency for Plumas Almanor Art Show, Moun- organizations that are inter- producer for 28 years. County and one of the re- tain Harvest Festival, Words ested in participating, those Plumas Arts is, by designa- gion's largest membership & Music and brings world who need more information tion of the Plumas County organizations, class performers to the about "Taste of Plumas," or Plumas Arts provides pro- Town Hall Theatre in those who want to purchase grams for art education inQuincy, which is also man-tickets should contact Plumas county schools, coordinates aged by PlumasArts as a suc- Arts at 283-3402 or e-mail a county cultural events cessful first-run feature film info@plumasarts.org. Tiller/Cultivator Purge - pump carburetor ensures reliable starting Commercial grade - 2 cycle engine Long lasting precision - worm gear transmission 507 Bell Lane, Quincy 283'2226 Carrying on with purpose; Trusting in your love. Proverbs 21:21 WHEN: WHERE: WHO: Saturday, April 4 9am to 3pm Lassen I-Egh Gymnasium Girls in junior highand high school Speaker: Author Shannon Kubiak Primicerio For registration information contact Ruth at: stayingtrue09@gmail.com Sponsored by Lassen County Churches SWEET JASMINE! We can't possibly imagine what it's like to sit in a small cage for 7 months. And we don't know how Jasmine has stayed mentally healthy and hopeful in the county animal shelter for all that time. If you met her, you'd never know what she's been through. She's as playful as a puppy--loves toys and retrieving her rubber bone. And, she's beautiful; she has a smile for everyone. Maybe the one way you can tell is that after playing, she'll go to the gate and look out across the field, as if she's saying, "Can't I go home now?" We hope someone will read this and see her face, and know they have the home that Jasmine has been looking out for. She's great w/kids and adults. And she loves playing/living with larger dogs. She walks great on a leash, loves car rides, is fun & funny. She's spayed, current on shots and is 6 years old. For more info. or to meet Jasmine, please contact Linda at 836-2704; Isatch@gmail.com Thanks for Caring ,i i, II ' !~t:lt :t .... ilUli.lll i i:liiLili/li.l.~|, l/iii~l:li| Il li IIi41 i"i~]i~_L~l~.: ' ~l~/ .... ~l ; ,I : i ~ ~ ~ , ~ , %~ ~"