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llllllJIllllll] ' P' IJIIIdIIIIIIIIImlRIW.JITI'llI.WII!IIIIlMII'II'WIIIIIBIII I I i I i Feathier River Bulletin Wednesday, April 28, 2010 5A ommunity orchestra to pe00orm Kim Retallack, Karen Gim- bel, Nancy Caldwell and Sarah Rhodes are among the musicians who will perform with the High Sierra Community Youth Orchestra Sunday, May 2, at Quincy Elementary School beginning at 6:30 p.m. Doors open at 6 p.m. Photos submitted AI Herndon and Warren Grandall will hold down the bass line for the High Sierra Community Youth Orchestra's spring con- cert. The event is a fundraiser for the group; donations are $5 per person or $12 per family. Other performers include 9-year- old piano prodigy Sylvia Wood and 12-year-old fiddling cham-. pion Tallon Sandoval. Brothers Che and Lois Rubalcava-Cunan will perform on guitar and piano, respectively. John Kotb plays percussion for the High Sierra Community Youth Orchestra, under the direction of Johnene McDonald. Plumas Arts and Face the Music Studio are sponsoring the group's spring concert. CDC gets clean audit  J,,. Seoid S1'Writer jsebold@plumasnews.com The Plumas County Com- munity Development Com- mission received a clean au- dit for the 2008 - 09 fiscal year. ' Robert Izabal of Izabal, Bernaciak and Company told the commission the Board of Supervisors and one com- munity member "Overall we have a very clean report." He added the audit was "getting a little heavier every year." CDC Executive Director David Keller told the com- missioners that stimulus money had more require- ments and regulations than the usual funding sources and next year's audit would be even bigger for that rea- son. CDC Finance Director Tom Yagerhofer explained the various government agencies rely on independent auditors to report to them. "We didn't have this eight or 10 years ago and it just keeps getting thicker and thicker and thicker." Izabal told:the commision ers CDC staff did most of the work and the auditors just reviewed it. Commission Chairwoman Lori Simpson commended the two CDC employees for a good job in keeping track of the funds ..... Yagerhofer quipped he had a full head of hair when he started his fiscal work for the commission. After a hearty laugh the commissioners unanimously voted to accept the audit. FREE SEMINAR JOHN KIMMEL DAVID J. HF_ASLETT CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT ATTORNEY AT LAW John will discuss:, * Distribution Planning and Gifting Use of Trnsts in Estate Planning Income Taxation of Estates and Trusts David will discuss: Power of Attorney Advance Care Directives Wills & Trusts Probate Wednesday, May 12 5:30pm - 7:00pm Mohawk Community Resource Center at Hwy 89 & 70 Information & Reservations: (530) 836-4625 Need help REPI NG If it's ng we can'll find somem7o can. CONSTRUCTION SINCE 1984 General Building Contractor Calif. 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The public is invited to attend: Awards will be presented in the following categories: Ruby Award (Edie O'Connor), Women in Histo- ry (Dorothy Farnworth), Woman of Distinction (Ter- rie Redkey), Women Helping Women (Shelley Miller), Ad- vancing the Status of the Arts (Face the Mu- sic/Johnene McDonald), Women's Opportunity Award (Dawn Fowler), Women Advancing the Sta- tus of Students (Dr. Sue Se- gura), Violet Richardson. Award S Club Student of the Year (Paige Massey), Penny Pines Project (Judge Stanley Young and Jay Dembosz) and Soroptimist of the Year (Kris Miravalle). Recognition will be given to local individuals and businesses that have sup- ported the goals and projects of the club. For more information 6r to purchase dinner tick- ets, contact Joyce Scroggs at 283-0795. Richard K Stockton, CLU ChFC, Agent Insurance Lic. #0B68653 Providing Insurance & Financial Services 65 W. Main St., Quincy, CA 95971 (530} 283-0565 Fax (530) 283-5143 www.richardstockton.us WE LIVE WHERE YOU LIVE That's baby talk for, "Do you have life insurance?" As your family grows, so do your reasons for protecting them. Get the right life insurance and peace of mind. Like a good neighbor, State Farm is there.  CALL ME TODAY. 00StateFarm O9O1O28 State Farm Life Insurance Company (Not licensed in MA. NY or Wl) State Farm Life and Accident Assurance Company (Licensed in NY and Wl} Bloomington. IL OFFER ENDS SOON, CALL TODAY! Plum; s Satellites d" SERVING OUR COMMUNITY SINCE 1989 1-I 14-7428 530-284-1701 530-257-5767 N E T W O R Ko network consultants AUTHORIZED RETAILER Visit us onl at: www.plumazdish.com