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Wednesday, ~nl 11,2001 Bulletin Progress re, ~gre~ In the annual portrayal of Leonardo da Vincrs master- piece, "The Last Supper," the in- ner turmoil of the disciples is re- vealed at Christ's declaration, "1 say unto you, that one of you will betray me (Matthew 26:2)." The timeless masterpiece Is brought to life during two pep formances in Greenville on Good Friday, Aplll 13. Photo by Alicia Higbee I I I ances in The fourth annual living portray- al of Leonardo da Vinci's master- piece painting of "The Last Supper," will be performed Good Friday, April 13, at the Greenville Southern Baptist Church, located at 241 Greenville Wolf Creek Road. The inner turmoil of the disciples is revealed at Christ's declaration, "I say untd you, that one of you will betray me (Matthew 26:2)." The disciples' positions and ex- pressions, which da Vinci painted into the scene, reveal their agitation and intentionally draw attention to the central figure of Christ. Actors have been growing their whiskers and hair for months in preparation for this newest of com- munity traditions. The script, written by Barbara Kerr, will be narrated by Otto Brackett. Directing the play will be Saraetta Newspaper policy Information that appears in this column is compUed from the Plumas County Sheriff's Department's activity log and, in some cases, the county cor- rectional center's booking log. The newspaper does not report suspects' names in arrests for public intoxication or drunk driving (unless accompanied by a more serious charge, such as probation violation or a felony). The fact that someone has been arrested and charged with a crime does not constitute guilt. The case may never ap. pear in court if the district at- torney determines there is in- sufficient evidence to prosecute the case. If the amount of bail is not listed, the suspect is re- leased without bail. The news- paper attempts to list the age of suspects whenever they are pro- vided by the sheriff's depart- ment. ARRESTS Monday, April 9 Spousal abuse: Susan L. Beck- er, 46, of Chester, was arrested on an allegation of spousal abuse. Sunday, April 8 Violation: Charles D. Cun- ningham, of Plumas County, was arrested on allegations of violating parole and possess- ing stolen property. Saturday, April 7 Violation: Thomas Hardy, of Portola, was arrested on an al- legation of violating proba- HiP IMPLANT RECALL IF YOU OR A MEMBER OF YOUR FAMILY HAD A HIP REPLACEMENT USING A DEVICE MANUFACTURED BY SULZER ORTHOPEDICS SINCE JUNE 1997, HERSH & HERSH, A CALIFORNIA CONSUMER LAW FIRM WITH AN EMPHASIS IN MATTERS INVOLVING DEFECTIVE MEDICAL DEVICES, MAY HAVE IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR YOU. 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The 12 disciples in the world-fa- mous painting are represented by: Jeff Finch, as James the Greater; Jim Henderson, as John; Julien Howe, as Thomas; Steve Roath, as Judas; Greg Greger, as Philip; Scott Abrams, as Peter; Bill Williams, as Matthew; Delmer Roath, as Andrew; Bill Babich, as Thaddeus; Butch Back, as James the Less; Fred Scho- tion. Violation: Derek S. Vaughn, of Portola, was arrested on an al- legation of violating proba- tion. Thursday, April 5 Violation: Dennis W. DeSersa, of Greenville, was arrested on an allegation of violating pro- bation. Violation: Reginald F. Merino, of Greenville, was arrested on an allegation" of violating pro- bation. Violation: Rick J. Stiles, of Portola, was arrested on an al- legation of violating proba. tion. Resisting: David S. Hood, 29, of ordyk, as Simon Zelotes; with John Colagross, as Bartholomew. Mark Mitchell will portray Christ, and Keevin Allred is the stand-in ac- tor. Others involved in the perfor- mance are soloist Margaret Sommer and song leader Clyde Alexander, with pianist Barbara Kerr. A special closing solo will be sung by LaVeta Alexander. There will be two performances, one at 7 p.m., and tlJe p.m., with a 20-minute int~-he for audience changeover. rec Last year, there was ethe., room only for the early pe~SSe and plenty of seating for me performance, th-d Pastor Fred Kerr urgesl 10 tending to be seated at l# minutes before performan~ fir: Admission is free. ~ P che cas Chester, was arrested on an al- Tuesday, April 3 legation of resisting arrest. Cows: Several dozen cows The alleged violation took were reported wandering place while he was being ar- Highway 70 in Chilcoot. The rested on a warrant. la ~it h fe Sierra Valley Fire I~rl t, and CHP combin~ist forts to remove themen ous bovines from ~suc Dawn Institute looking for volu The Dawn Institute is host- pressure washer t ve Drugs: Tiffany M. Evans, of Portola, was arrested on an al- legation of possessing meth. ing a work/party weekend on a day before the eve~e f April 21 and 22, starting at 9 Come one day req OTHER REPORTS a.m., at the Dawn Community spend the night an~nil Friday, April 6 Center, one mile south of Indi- campfire and enter." Nudity: A Meadow Valley resi- an Falls, on Highway 89. Saturday dinner a$cy dent reported seeing two nude Everyone is invited to have breakfast (sourdou#ant males on Bucks Lake Road. fun while helping to spruce up will be provided, nso~ When a deputy investigated the center. Painting, raking, RSVP to facilitate|e rr the report, two male juveniles pruning, planting and light ning. Call Bruce Li~Ven admitted they had "mooned" a carpentry are on the agenda. 284-6244. 3. motorist. They are also looking for a Thursday, April 5 Biting: A Portola resident re- ported that his former wife bit him on the cheek. Aames understands. And we can help. 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