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Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter Wednesday, April 22, 2015 1513 i Theatre hosts concert to highlight young musicians Plumas Arts said it is pleased to once again showcase the talents of Plumas County's young musicians at the annual Jazz Night Concert at the Town Hall Theatre on Wednesday, April 22, with a 7 p.m. start time. The evening's entertainment features the Chester, Greenville and Quincy High School jazz bands along with the Chester High School vocal choir and offers an inspiring presentation of the creative work of local kids. Plumas County music education programs span grades four to 12, and take students from the rudimentary steps in learning an instrument through eight years of developing proficiency. That skill-building process, and the hard work of dedicated music instructors, is what will be celebrated at the Jazz Night Concert. Admission donations will be accepted at the door. Funds .will help support the efforts of district music teachers. Plumas Arts also encourages community members to advocate for strong arts and music programs in the county's schools. Sweetheart competitor to host barn dinners Sweetheart of the Mountains contestant Katie Butterfield is planning two barn dinners in Loyalton, set for 4 - 9 p.m. April 25 and May 9. Tickets, at $75 each, include dinner and a hosted bar including beer and wine. The menu includes appetizers, mixed green salad, choice of tri-tip or salmon, fresh vegetables, scalloped potatoes, fresh bread, homemade desserts, iced tea and coffee. Giveaway tickets are $1 each or six for $5. Event tickets are limited; reservations are required. For reservations and more information call 523-3246 or 523-3245. All proceeds benefit the Plumas-Sierra County Fair Foundation and Butterfield's college fund. The dinners will be held at 185 Smithneck Road in Loyalton. No pets. Portola to hold 1995 reunion The Portola Hi-gh *''ortola parfftiIy'26. Class of 1995 is planning its 20-year reunion. A formal dinner is set for Longboards Bar and Grill in Graeagh on Saturday, July 25, fonowed by a picnic at the Those attending the dinner must RSVP to or join the group at Class95. CORRECTION A quote attributed to Plumas Crisis and Intervention Resource Center Executive Director Johanna Downey was incomplete in last week's paper. Inthe story titled "Mental health training to be held in more communities" on page 5B, the full comment from Downey should have read, "The suicide rate from 2008 to 2010 in the North State Region is 20 per 100,000. If we were to expand Plumas County's population to 100,000, that ratio would be 65 to 100,000." Feather Publishing regrets the omission. AN ALPINE RIDE OF MANY STOPS We stopped at Innsbruck, Melk and Kufstein, too, When going through the Alps of Austria The spring of '60 when the skies were blue Without a cloud nor misty nebuX The town of Innsbruck has a scenic charm So nestled in the midst of craggy tors Which seem to guard its folks from outside harm Where fountains spout in streets in front of stores. In Melk, the abbey's famous for its art Where monks illuminated holy books With skillful hand and patient, pious heart Displayed in cases and surrounding nooks. In Kufstein, gliders soared above the fields, And T-bars took us up above the trees. A stream ran by our room with tasty yields, And all around stretched out the grassy leas. Idyllic are the Alps in spring and summer times And so belie the birth of him of heinous crimes. Salvatore (Sam) Catalano April 13, 2015 m m mmm m m m Wednesday, April 29 Pork chop, winter squash, | asparagus, oat muffin, apple- | sauce. Thursday, April 30 | Egg salad sandwich, bean soup, green salad, wheat bread, | orange sections. | F m m m m m mmm II SENIOR. MENU I Monday, April 27 | Herb roasted chicken, mashed potatoes, carrot-raisin salad, | wholewheat dinner roll, peach- | es, apple juice. Tuesday, April 28 Friday, May 1 | Braised beef & noodles, Tahitian chicken, carrots- | | steamed spinach, wholewheat peppers-peas, brown rice, | bread, strawberries, cubed pineapple. | *Vegetarian Meal; **Healthy Heart Meal I I ***This item's menu may contain over 1,000 mg of Sodium II , Nutt_fion sRes: Chester, 394-7636; Quincy, 283-063; Greenville, II 284-6608 (day before for reservation); Portola, 8824173; Blairsdenl open Wed. only, ca]] 832-4173 Tuesday for reservations. Suggested II donation $2.50 for 60 yrs & olden One guest may accompany eachll senior, $6 mandatory charge Menus may change. Noonat all sites.- u- m .- .- =m m == m == == m == m dl The Chester High School jazz choir, with instructor Jane Brown, far left, will perform at tonight's Jazz Night Concert at the Town Hall Theatre in Quincy. Chester senior and jazz pianist Caleb Gallegos enjoys an informal moment at the Santa Cruz Jazz Festival in March 2015. Photos courtesy Plumas Arts Quincy: Trash pickup contest, 1 - 2 p.m., Feather'River College. Meet at greenhouse. Celebrates Earth Day with prizes for most trash, biggest piece, most unusual piece. For information: Darla DeRuiter, 283-0202, ext. 262; Bridget Tracy, 283-0202, ext. 308. Jazz Night Concert, 7 p.m., Town Hall Theatre. Plumas Arts hosts showcase for county's high school musicians. E)onatic ns at the door support music programs. For information: Plumas Arts. 283-3402. Graeagle: Plumas County Republican Women's meeting; business meeting 11 a.m., luncheon noon followed by speaker; Graeagle Meadows Clubhouse. Featuring Susan Tully, national field director for Federation for American Immigration Reform. Public welcome to hear speaker. Reservations, $20, requested by calljlJ=JJo!stqn. 3_L-J.8/Marlene Ne!sqn  836-1547. Quincy: Earth Week activities, Town Hall Theatre. nformation/art fair outside, inside theatre starts 5 p.m.; Community Sustainability Awards announced 7 p.m.; followed by screening of "OR-7: The Journey." Beer, wine, treats, prizes. Presale tickets, $10, available at Plumas Arts, Epilog Books, Quincy Natural Foods, Carey Candy Co. Tickets $15 at the door. For information: Dr. Darla DeRuiter, 283-0202, ext. 262, Chester: Food drive, 10 a.m. - 2 p.m., Plumas Charter School at 135 Main St. Suites E and F. Students welcome donations of unexpired nonperishable items to benefit Sunshine Food Pantry at Lake Amanor Christian Church. Fish fry, 5:30 - 7 p.m., Lake Almanor Elks Lodge at 164 Main St. $8 per person. Sierra Valley: Bird outing at Roberti Ranch, meet 8:45 a.m. at parking area across from A231Highway 70 junction. Plumas AudubonlFeather River Land Trust tour led by David Arsenault until I p.m. visits Little Last Chance Lake, recently created pond and riparian habitats. Bring food, water, layers, walking shoes, binoculars if available. For information: Arsenault, 592-0672; 283-5758; Linda Blum, Quincy: "Aladdin Jr."; 7 p.m. Fri, 2 and 4:30 p.m. Sat; West End Theatre. Magic Beanstalk Players present spring musical. Tickets, $10 adults, $5 students, on sale at Carey Candy Co., Epilog Books, l"ue April 28 Blairsden: Mental Health First Aid training, White Barn at corner of highways 89 and 70. Free training sponsored by Plumas County Mental Health Department provides guidance for dealing with someone in mental health, emotional crisis. Includes lunch. Open to everyone; limited to 30 students. To register: Melissa Nickerson,, 283-6307. Greenville: Scrapbooking class, 1 - 3 p.m., "Open Door" at Greenville Southern Baptist Church at 241 Greenville Wolf Creek Road. Materials provided; $3 donation requested. To RSVP (required): leave name, phone number on Jackie Johnson's message phone, 284-7302. Bingo Bonanza POSTPONED until June. Johnsville: Docent/volunteer training, Plumas-Eureka State Park museum basement. New volunteers arrive 10 a.m., returning volunteers noon; ends 3 p.m. Plumas-Eureka State Park Association provides lunch. To RSVP (requested): Tim, 836-1995, Quincy: Farmers' fair, 5 - 7 p.m., outside Town Hall Theatre. Includes screening of "Elevate Tahoe: Food Innovations at 6,000 Feet," presentations, local farmers, vendors. Greenville: "The Importance of Being Earnest" opening night, 7 p.m., Indian Valley Elementary School multipurpose building. Greenville California Drama Class presents play with repeat shows 7 p.m. May 1, 3 p.m. May 2. Tickets $10 adults, $5 students; available at Sterling Sage (284-7334), Indian Valley Academy office (284-7050), the door. For information: Denise Battagin, 284-1041. Quincy: Birds and Climate Change, 6:30 - 8:30 p.m., West End Theatre. Free presentation by , Quint]f; ........... , . Waffle breakfast, 8 - I 0 a.m., Feather River Grange. Used gear sale, 8:30 a.m. - 4 p.m., Quincy Natural Foods Learning Center across from co-op. Proceeds support Feather River College outdoor recreation leadership scholarships. Food, beverages also available for purchase. For information: Michael Pero, 805-390-5145,; Tristan Kadish, 707-502-9785,; Zach Carstens, 616-0925, zbleech_101; Jeff Carlin, Backyard Gardening Workshop, 9 a.m. - 3 p.m., Quincy Natural Foods Learning Center across from co-op. Presented by University of California Cooperative Extension Master Gardener program. For information: Cody, 283-6572. Plumas Paddle Palooza, 10 a.m.- 3 p.m., Oakland Camp swimming hole. Feather River College outdoor recreation leadership students present various paddle craft for public use, boating safety information, free barbecue, prize giveaway. Spring Fling, 10 a.m. - 4 p.m., Sierra Cycle at 2335 E. Main St. Customer appreciation celebration includes United Bikers of Plumas County, Sierra Buttes Trail Stewardship. Tri-tip sandwiches, beverages available for free. Prizes, drawings, demos. For information: Sierra Cycle, 283-5000. Youth Bike Maintenance Workshop and Bike Safety Rodeo, 11 a.m. - 3 p.m., old school house at 50 Church St. Learn about bike repair, safety. All kids welcome. For information: Les Hall, 283-6086. Chester: Public meeting on wildfire preparedness, 6p.m., Chester Public Utility District headquarters on Airport Road. Chester Fire Division of CPUD partners with representatives from Cal Fire. For information: Lt. Karen Lichti, 258-3456. ........... National A.ud.u. bon's director of clim. ate ............. science hosted by Plumas Audubon Society. Hosted reception starts 6:30 p.m. followed by Chad Wilsey's talk at 7. For information: Listen to Your Mother, doors open 6:30 p.m., Town Hall Theatre. Local residents perform original essays on motherhood. Presale tickets ($10) available at Plumas Arts, Feather River College bookstore, Lupines, Sterling Sage. Tickets cost $15 at the door. Portion of proceeds supports Plumas Crisis Intervention and Resource Center. Calpine: Grand opening, doors open 7 p.m., Sierra Valley Lodge. Featuring free music performances, full-service restaurant and bar. For information:, 888-477-9288. Chester: First Friday art show and reception, 5  8 p.m., Blue Goose Gallery at 607 Main St. Artists show work in "Where the Wild Things Are" theme; refreshments, prizes included. Featuring Glen Donley, Laura Mullen, Marji Raymond, Sandi Nelsen. Quincy: Spanish Creek Bird Walk, meet 7:30 a.m. in parking area next to tennis courts in Gansner Park. Plumas Audubon outing led by David Arsenault looks for birds along Spanish Creek from Gansner Park to the ponds, ends around noon. Rhythm & Grace Dance Revue, doors open 5:30 p.m., Plumas-Sierra County Fairgrounds. General admission $5; tickets on sale at Carey Candy Co., The Toy Store, Main Street Styles, Rhythm & Grace Dance Studio. Features variety of routines, guest performers. Beverages, desserts available for purchase. For information:, 249-3411. P