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Progressive, Record, Reporter Wednesday, March 28, 2001 13B '" '% "1 :-f 't*-'C >~ - qEc:~ Brackett, Lois Wiley and Reta Spencer are three of several United Methodist women preparing for the an- Affair Luncheon in Greenville this Saturday, March 31. I Greenville United Women are preparo [to cook up a soup and sal- luncheon for their popular .ping Affair luncheon and onVi ke sale Saturday, March 31, 11:30 a.m. to I p.m. ,aree soups will be served I in bread bowls, including and ovens full until they have Tickets are available from clam chowder, vegetarian more than a table full of the women and at the door, vegetable and chicken, cakes, cookies and other con- with prices set at $6 for With a well-deserved repu- fections for dessert and the adults, and $2.50 for children tation for being among the bake sale. up to age 12. best cooks in the world, these The annual fund-raiser ben- For more information, call Indian Valley women will al- efits the church women's pro- 284-7258. so keep their mixing bowls jeers. I arts are a vital and ex- part of our children's ed- " Children love to par- is providing more artist ;t W' hops in the schools than 7 before celebration of Plumes .aty children and their tic achievements, the leas County Arts Commis- .Will be displaying art- |', and will sponsor student ]rds and Music sessions ghout the month of April. Ii art gallery show featur- hildren's art is set for Fri- [:April 6, at 5 p.m., at the [ as County Art Gallery in Y. < ABe Center in Chester hosting art open house ring children's artwork | ,aesday, April 18 # /[0rds and Music--acoustic poetry and more by l ren, will be at the follow- establishments: Sierra Call for all your lti lg needs[! 283-0800 Sunrise Care in Greenville, Thursday, April 5, at 7 p.m.; Morning Thunder in Quincy, April 12, at 7 p.m.; and at Dan's Family Diner in Chester, Wednesday, April 25, at 6 p.m. As well as these events, look for student art at the following establishments: participating Plumas Banks, the Plumas County Museum, Plumas County libraries, computer and resource centers and local participating restaurants. Come and support Plumas County children with the Plumas County Arts Commis- ----BIG --- RENO SHOW Reno Hilton April 6, 7 & 8 Guns/Irm [wes/Accessor~s Cowboy/Incrmn/Anllques Decoys/Fishlng Collectibles Ammunltion/Books Free Appraisals I] Fri-Sat 9-5; Sun 9-3 I Open to Public $8 I 15 Under FREE 177s-a2s- 3S,O WHAT 15 COMING .50ON! :5TILL DON'T KNOW? HERE 1,5 ANOTI-IER CLOIE..- The/rront chrome portion tour car? Or What sizzles anti tempts 9our taste bucls? CHECK BACK NEXT WEEK FOR ADDITIONAL CLCIE5 This week's answer (backwarc[s) Ihr5 Week one answen Io sboarcls Week t'WO answer:, bar sion! sic, or anyone who would like Students who would like to more information, should call participate in Words and Mu. Kathy Wickman at 283-3402. Divit Bluejacket Indie, Punk, Impeller Emo, etc. SATURDAY, MARCH 31 MORNING THUNDER CAFE 557 LAWRENCE ST., QUINCY $3 (what a steal) 8 P.M. (DOORS OPEN @ 7) BE%~]RAGES WILL BE SOLD Feather River College Foundation Auction Saturday, April 7, 2001 6:00 P.m.-10:00 p.m. Feather River Inn, Blairsden Join us for a gala evening of fun and food. The auction will feature many opportunities for grand adventures and wonderful gifts! All proceeds received from the event will for student scholarships and other college needs. Auction items include: white water rafting trips, canoe trips, guided tours of the alpine lakes, gourmet dinners, scenic flights, weekend getaways at mountain cabins, golf packages, artwork, and many more great adventures and gift items! Look for your invitation in the mail soon, or call 283-0202, extension 233 for details. School Jazz Band Town performs in April at Hall Theatre program The Quincy High School of the songs, an original Jazz Band and Concert Band arrangement of the Charlie will present a concert at the Parker classic "Au Privave," Town Hall Theatre on Wednes- will be performed by the QHS day, April 4, at 7 p.m. Also fea- Jazz Band at the Reno Jazz tured will be ensembles by Festival in April. some of the QHS music pro- The band performed another gram's graduating seniors and of Satterfield's arrangements two or more vocal selections, at the Reno Jazz Festival two The QHS music program is di- years ago and earned a re- rected by MarshaJamison. spectable fifth place in its "My students were so moti- large division. Though per- rated by their concert at the haps better known in Quincy Townhall Theatre last year, as a medical doctor, Satter- they asked to do it again this field had an eight-year career year," said Jamison. "We have as a jazz and show musician so many talented seniors in working with entertainers the program this year, many such as Frank Sinatra, Burt of whom have performed in Bacharach and Dionne War- honor bands, that it seemed wick. like a good opportunity to fea- Tickets for the concert are ture some of, them." $3. They are available at the The Concert Band will be Plumas County Arts Commis- joined by several students sion (PCAC), The Bookshelf, from the Plumas Christian Express Coffee Shop, QHS mu. School, who wanted an oppor- sic students and at the door. tunity to perform with a larger All proceeds will benefit Quin- band. cy Friends of Music, a PCAC The Jazz Band will perform program, and will be used to one or two songs arranged for support local music education them by Mark Satterfield. One programs. Great Room. Great Rate. Per Night Sun.-Thur in April AS[ F0R SUSAN 1H:I*I,ll+I,bl~iW~l Hotel/Casino 3.$8-4771 ] ~ silvefclub (orn [ Victorion Squore [ Sporks ] Across ff0m Ihe Nugget rlvis I~ltlcht, ll, TIlE NE~ YORK TIMES "AN EPIC THAT BREAKS THE LAWS OF GRAYITY!" CROUCHING TIGER, HIDDEN DRAGON One taste is not enough! ~i~l (~ ~.r~r~O~i~ |ill "~ ACADEMY %WAR, D NOMINATIONS II I I III Ill II:%'&~ | [Sl%~i ONE OF THE YEAR'S VERY BEST FILMS!" (/ ...... %'/, ,./, III II NO MOVIE WED., APRIL 4th Quincy Friends of Music Presents QHS Jazz Band, Concert Band & Special Guests LIVE CONCERT - 7 PM $3 donation proceeds benefit Quincy Friends of Music Ill II I II Monday . L~dk~s Night . 2 for $7.00 Wednesday . Couples' Night . 2 for $7.50 A TORIH HALL TH[ATRE non-profit Adults ............. $5.00 Children ............ $3.50 Students & Seniors ............ $4.00 OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK corporation email: 283-1i40. 469 Main St., Quincy, CA bringing entertainment to the community. I