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w :5 O~>s re. Recora ReDorter 2 25 13B Plumas County (PCAC) cele. of service to the and audiences of This occasion a varieb, of art activities taking outside of the Courthouse on from 4-7 p.m. for the event art mak- artists in action a .variety of :es by county rest- poets, actors. treated by hors prepared and part of the by Miles, Turkey ff Ellermeyer and Will Lombardi, Walker, Snake Avant Gar- and members donated a raft- items for a prize for 20 prizes $15 and $200 are $5 for a single S. two front row tickets to the Mare Winning- ham concert on July 28 at the Town Hall Theatre, tickets to Feather River College's Spring Musical Production of Grease or to the evening blues concert at the Solar Cook-Off July 14, a house Portrait by Sally Posner, portraits by photographers Martha Flynn or Roxanne Val- ladao, fine art prints or original work by Victoria Muir, Janet Gogu0, Duskin Artworks, Hank Fagliano, Paul Herman, Jim Littrell or Isabel Judge, and jew- elry by Jan Tew and Mahlah Amber. Admission is free to current members guests of members may pay $10 each at the door to attend. Any individual, family, or business who is not current- ly a member of the organization can become one or renew their membership at the door of the event or by contacting the PCAC. You may also purchase chances for the prize drawing at the Plurnas County. Art Gallery. at 372 Main Street in Quincy during their office hours from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday or by calling (530) 283-34O2. lall lletcalf Rock Tuck- Year's Satur- eadliner at the County Fair in Plumas-Sier. of Direc- tots learned the contract is signed and returned, bringing the group with its early roots in the 1970s and still going strong, to Plumas County. Tickets are $22 each for grandstand seating. VIP seat- ing is planned on the track in front of the stage. Some of the band's all time Photo submitt~J. Tucker llamtll Is lllls year's h lllmw at the County Fair In Quincy. The band has from 1973 to 1999. Three of the albUmS m, six have gone gold. terrorist shares his at Feather River lton was a ter- Ireland. He bombings, and other ac- Paramil. boyhood s until divided of a hunger Prison for Ire- Pastor 832-4710. Ron Robertson at in the there, Lange occurred a te began to ;e that God He spoke er Northern about the :e aban. and center in orn to help at the School a.Pm. &nd Ssembly at , invited. )n, Call "1 Members of the Plumas County Arts Commission are getting ready nization is observed Saturday. favorites include such songs as "Heard it in a Love Song," "Fire on the Mountain," "Can't You See," and "Take the Highway." Background The Marshall Tucker Band began in Spartanburg, S.C., when Doug Gray .lead vo- cals-teamed up with Tommy Caldwell, Toy Caldwell, Paul T. Riddle, George . IcCorkle and Jerry Eubanks. They borrowed the band's name from a piano tuner whose name was found on a key ring in the space where they rlhearsed. _:~ In 1972, they signed on with Capricorn Records, and for a time opened shov, s for The All- man Brothers H, and, ~mong others. The Marshall Tucker P, and released their li~st album in 1973, and. ~Iter its rrelease, the3 were off and headlinlnfi their own shrr,,.s. That album went pbtinum-plus. Since: tha) time. the hits have continued, and so have their tours. In 1999 they re- leased "Gospel," their most re- cent CD. For ticket infi)rmation, con- tact the Plumas-Sierra County Fair at 283-6272, or stop by the fairgrounds in Quincy. Great Room. Great Rate. Per Night Sun.-Thur ISI t0R SUSAI |tI:I,I,l~I,I.'~;#~e Hotel/Cosino 3511-4771 t mew ~itve,cbb tom I Vict~i~ ~lUOee l ~pmk~ I ~r~ born the Noggel to do some celebrating as the 20th rZ year of the orgy- JIM JACOB5 VVARi4I b4 (/\'t,t BE BOLD. BE BRAVE. NEWSWEEK Ren e Zellweger Idumphsl Hugh Grant is hiladousl -Jeff Giles RENEE ZELLwEGER COLIN FIRTH = HUGH GRANT BRIDGETJONES'S DIARY Monday Ladies Night 2 for $7.D0 HALL THEATRE A non-profit Wednesday, Couples' Night 2 for $7.50 I Adu~tJ~ ............. $5.00 I .... OFEN~ ....... Children ............ $3.50 I 7 DAYS Students & Seniors ............ $4.00 L A WEEK_ emaih 283-1140 469 Main St., Quincy, CA III corporation bringing entertainment to the community.