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Bulietin, Record, Progressive, Reporter Wednesday, April 23, 2014 13B The Greenville High School jazz band, pictured here at the March 2014 Music Festival with Director Jim Norman, is set to join other county groups in performing at the 2014 All-County Jazz Night at the Town Hall Theatre on Wednesday, April 30, at 7 p.m. The Chester High School vocal choir performs at the 2013 All-County Jazz Night Photos courtesy Plumas Arts &apos;Ybung musicians come t ,a,ll-Cour00l:y Jazz Nig it in Quincy For more than a decade Plumas Arts has relished the opportunity to bring together jazz bands from high schools around the county for a concert in the Town Hail Theatre. The All-County Jazz Night concert will take place this year Wednesday, April 30, with a 7 p.m. start time. Plumas Arts is pleased to once again welcome the Chester, Greenville, Quincy and Portola high school jazz bands, as well as the Chester High School jazz choir. "This is what the Town Hall Theatre was built for: to showcase the talents of our youth and the hard work of their instructors," says Roxanne Valladao, director of Plumas Arts. "Music educators are one of Jared Vital sings "Minnie the Moocher" with the Greenville the hardest-working groups of High School jazz band at the 2013 All-County Jazz Night. people anywhere. In their lifetimes they instruqt and this performance because it is Admission to the concert is mspwe hundi'eds of students to the only time that the bands "free. Donations will be'":: '< ;' live lives frilled with music and song. What an extraordinary gift to society that is -- these wonderful people deserve all the praise that we can heap upon them. It is an honor to be able to host this event. "MuSic instructors tell us that the students really enjoy for all the schools perform together without being in competition with each other." Budget cuts often threaten the arts program offerings, which "is a shame," Valladao says, because the arts "offer so much in building well-rounded, quality human beings." gratefully accepted and those funds will help to support the efforts of Plumas Unified School District music teachers. Plumas Arts also encourages that community members advocate for strong arts and music programs in county schools. The Magic Beanstalk Players gather in preparation for their performance of "Godspell Jr." this Friday and Saturday Photo courtesy dramaworks Youngsters perk)rm musical al)c,ulI Jesus Dramaworks' Magic Beanstalk Players, in kindergarten through eighth grade, will musically tell the stories of John the Baptist, Jesus and Judas when they present their production of "Godspell Jr.," directed by Danielle Wagner Plocki. The show will play Friday, April 25, at 7 p.m. and Saturday, April 26, at 2 p.m. at the Town Hall Theatre in Quincy. Tickets are $8 for adults and $5 for students. Tickets are on sale at Alley Cat Cafe, Epilog Books and online at dramaworks.us. Conceived by John Michael Tebelak, with music and new lyrics by Stephen Schwartz, "Godspell" is one of the biggest off-Broadway and Broadway successes of all time. Based on the Gospel according to St. Matthew, the musical uses major episodes- in the Bible -- including the baptism of Jesus, the Last Supper, his arrest and crucifixion -- to explore important ideas like : compassion, love, forgiveness and sacrifice for the greater good. The show draws on various theatrical traditions and musical styles, including pantomime, charades, vaudeville, folk and rock to create a gi'oundbreaking and unique reflection on parables of Jesus. The Magic Beanstalk Players youth program teaches kids all about drama and creative expression. The fall semester focuses on drama skills, improvisation, characterization, stage presence, storytelling, performing scenes and monologues. Ttiroughout the spring semester, students utilize these skills by working together to create a full-scale musical production. For more information about dramaworks' programs and upcoming productions, visit dramaworks.us. "Godspell Jr." is presented through special arrangement with Music Theatre International, 421 W. 54th St., New York, NY 10019. Plumas Senior Services Transportation How can a senior access transportation services? A senior, who is 60+ years of age, can sign up for a ride at their local Senior Nutrition Site or by calling into the site. How much do transportation services cost?. Senior Transportation is donation-based. A senior will not be denied services if they are unable to donate the full, or partial amount suggested. Suggested Donations for Transportation: $1.50 One-Way, In Town $5.00 Round Trip, In County (out of town) $3.00 Round Trip, In Town $1020 Round Trip, Out of County What transportation services are available? Transportation services are available to seniors for appointments, shopping and other scheduled events Below is'a list of regularly scheduled services in each area. There are no minimum riders required for these trips, and seniors are still encouraged to contact their local Senior Nutrition Site to request any medical transportation outside of the new schedules. hester 394-7636 Caroyln Local Shopping: Tuesdays & Fridays Susanville Shopping: Every Wednesday Chico Shopping ...... Third Saturday Medical Appointments: Senior Transportation is available for medical ap- pointment trips. Please call to schedule this service. % J r % Greenville 284-6608 Esther or Ann Local Shopping: Every Thursday Dining Route: (see sign-up sheet for destinahot Every Wednesday Evening Quincy Shopping: ......... Rrst & Third Tuesday Afternoons Medical Appointments: Reno: Every First Friday Chico: Every Third Friday Susanville: Fourth Thursday Susanville Shopping: k,Second and Fou Saturdays+ (Portola 832-4173 Kathy Local Shopping: Every Wednesday & Friday Dining Route: see sign-up sheet for desOnaOon) very Wednesday Evening Quincy Shopping: Fst & Third Tuesday Aftem00, Reno Doctor Appointments: Every Second Friday Truckee Doctor Appointments: Every Fourth Friday Reno Shopping: irst and Third Saturdays) r Quincy 283-0643 Annette Local Shopping: Every Tuesday Afternoon Dining Route: (see sign-up sheet for desnation) Wednesday & Friday Evenin is Doctor Appointments: ]'r66ee: First ThUrsdays Chico: Second Thursdays Reno: Third Thursdays Reno Shopping: Every First Saturday Chico Shopping: ,Every Third Saturday ,) if you cannot make a trip you signed up for, please call as soon as you know. Please sign up at least 24 hours in advance. 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