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6A Wednesday,' April 2, 2014 Feather River Bulletin The Quincy Rotary Club held its annual music contest during a dinner meeting at the Plumas Sierra Fairgrounds on March 24. First place honors went to violinist Wyatt Hollister, left, a sophomore. He will move on to compete at Rotary's area-wide competition in Loyalton April 12 vying for a chance to compete for $1,000 in Sparks in May at Rotary's District Conference. Elita Hutchins, a senior, took fourth place; Jennifer Hoffman, also a senior, earned third place honors and (:he Rubalcava-Cunan, a junior, captured second place. The students all attend Quincy High School. Coordinating the contest for the Quincy Club was Marty Waiters, left, and John Sheehan. Photo by Dwight Pierson rl Donna Wood Rotarian Special to Feather Publishing The Quincy Rotary Club hosted its annual music prizes and the opportunity to go on to a regional contest in Loyalton later this month. The winner of that competition will advance to Rotary International's Hutchins, on flute, playing a "Minuet for Flute" from "L'Arlesienne" by Georges Bizet; Jennifer Hoffman playing "Clair de Lune" by Claude Debussy on piano; Hollister, second place to Rubalcava-Cunan, third place to Hoffman and fourth place to Hutchins. While waiting for the votes to be tallied, Rotarian FAIR, from page 1A agriculture-horticulture, scarecrows and home arts, Thursday, Aug. 14, at noon. there is a category to entice Wednesday morning almost anyone with a yen for marks the start of numerous friendly competition and animal-related activities participation. throughout the five-day fair Livestock events have with an 8 a.m. driving been the backbone of county singles horse show. fairs since their inception, A special luncheon for the and this year continues that county's seniors kicks off age-old tradition. opening day, a "pay what From junior buckaroo you can" day for all herdsman categories to horse shows, 4-H/FFA fairgoers, classes of large and small animals as well as Sweetheart of the Mountains photography, baked goods and other home and ag arts, The Sweetheart of the the fairgrounds is waiting Mountains Scholarship for entries. Competition takes center As always, the junior stage at 6 p.m. After a livestock auction offers '15-year hiatus, this animals for sale at the once-yearly event resumes Sunday morning event. A in large part thanks to Sweetheart 1961 Nancy buyers' breakfast kicks off Gambell. the sale Of champions and Steffanic and Gambell runners-up and supports aspiring farmers and have worked to create an exciting program that will ranchers in their efforts to include special raise prime livestock performances by the Quincy specimens. Star Follies. Applications and rules for the 'Mother of All Workdays II competition will soon be The success of last year's available at all high schools inaugural Mother of All in Plumas and Sierra Workdays has inspired counties, Steffanic said. manager Steffanic to hold another one this Year, April Sweethearts must enter at least one exhibit to fulfill 26. scholarship application Steffanic said the focus of requirements. Applicants this year's events will be a must be girls who are 2014 thorough spring cleaning of all buildings as well as lots graduates or juniors or seniors in the 2014-15 school of painting. For more info or to volunteer, call 283-6272. year. Each community has a Sweetheart advisor who will Fair Foundation contest at a special dinner district competition in Che Rubalcava-Cunan and master of ceremonies help contestants along their The Plumas-Sierra Fair meeting at the Sparks, Nev., where the playing "Granada Serenata" John Sheehan asked each route toward competing on Foundation is seeking Plumas-Sierra County grand prize will be $1,000. by Isaac Albeniz on classical student to comment on whatthe big stage Wednesday,dedicated members interested in helping to Fairgrounds on Monday, The contest is part ofguitar; and Wyatt Hollisterthey hoped to do followingAug. 13. Applications and improve the fair and March 24. Rotary's youth services playing a violin high school graduation, rules will also be available fairgrounds through Four Quincy High School program, arrangement by Fritz Hutchins laughingly, said online at plumas-sierra students competed for cash The contestants were Elita Kreisler followed by a that she was going to sit on countyfair.org, volunteer efforts, participation and French folk piece, the side of the road and play fundraising. Longtime music flute, adding that she hopes Exhibitors wanted Individual memberships instructor Johny McDonald to attend Sonoma State Hundreds of exhibit range from $40 up while W0w! ( I was the accompanist. University. Hoffman plans categories await entriesfamily memberships begin NEW rARPLff. ) X TU5 _ i Each contestant was to attend a private from bakers, photographers, at $75. BY becoming a required to play between university and major in candle-makers and more. Traditional and member of the foundation, three and eight minutes of chemistry, nontraditional exhibit you are helping the We .o. music. The judges that Rubalcava-Cunan plans to classes exist in all ofthe fairgrounds to continue its . Patched evening, Alice King, Angela attend University of maj0r areas. , pursuit to be the Cleanest Elliott and Dave Johns, California at Santa Barbara. From Art Barn entries inand Greenest, says Steffanic. Fixed the seams! I recorded their individual Hollister hopes to attendphotography and a wide Call 283-2672 for info. scores for each based on five film school at University of array of arts and crafts, to The next fair board Replaced some pad! I criteria -- musical ability, Southern California, but if floriculture, meeting is set for Re'retch .... j musical sound, musical that doesn't work out he Wednesday, April 23, 5 p.m. selection, musical empathysays he will consider and stage presence, studying law. Removed the pet odor! I ---- Deep cleanest too! 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