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Bulletin, Progressive, Record, Reporter Wednesday, April 28, 2010 15B Quilt show and tea cancelled after 35 years Alicia Knadler Indian Valley Editor The Taylorsville quilters have, after 35 successful years, canceled their annual Quilt Show and Tea, which is usually conducted at the his- torical Community United Methodist Church the first Saturday of May. "We need 12 ladies who are able to be on their feet for four to five hours," one mem- ber said, and several nodded in agreement. The cancellation is a big disappointment to many, for the event has become an an- ticipated tradition. The woman decided to can- cel the event after the death of one member and a debili- tating injury to another. Their numbers have been dwindling over the last few years for similar reasons. Although they will not meet for any more Tuesday quilting sessions after the big quilt is finished, they will continue to meet every Fri- day morning at 10:30 a.m. for coffee and crafts. The big quilt this year is a Star of Grace pattern worked in shades of green and rose. The quilt is almost fin- ished, and as soon as it is, several of the ladies hope to host a special mother-daugh- ter tea for the new Daisy Scouts in Indian Valley. For more information about the Taylorsville Quil- ters, or for quilt drawing tick- ets, call 284-7670 or 284-7861. Taylorsville quilters have to cancel their annual quilt show and tea after 35 years. More members are needed to make future shows possible, though they will still give away a quilt during their Fall Festival the first Saturday of October. Photo by Alicia Knadler Free DMV download 'Tortured' for iPhone and iPod The California Department Top 10 Reasons for Failing of Motor Vehicles recently the Driving Test. ......... announced "DMV Now," an Finding the nearest DMV TALES FROM iPhone application available to all customers with an Ap- ple iPhone or an iPod touch. The free application in- stantly allows users to find the nearest field office based on the GPS feature, informa- tion about the wait time at the field office, take sample written driving tests, access a library of DMV instructional videos and receive important DMV alerts. Since millions of California residents have an iPhone or an iPod touch, the DMV rec- ognized it would be beneficial to work with Apple to create an application that would make conducting DMV busi- ness much more convenient and readily accessible to cus- tomers. Nowadays people are de- pending more on their hand- held devices to get informa- tion. The new application is perfect for that individual who is always on the go. DMV customers can download the application for their iPhone or iPod touch via the online Apple application store. Looking for a way to better prepare for your written ex- am? With just a simple tap of the finger, "DMV Now" al- lows customers to take sam- ple driver license tests and re- ceive the results instantly. There are sample tests avail- able for regular drivers, com- mercial drivers and motorcy- clists. For those who want more information about the rules of the road, or just want to brush up on their driving skills, the "DMV Now" appli- cation has instructional videos available to view. The videos are divided into the following categories: Califor- nia Driver License, Motorcy- cle Skills Test, Rules of the Road, Sharing the Road and CRM hosts community screening U.C. Cooperative Extension and Feather River Coordinat- ed Resource Management will host a community screening of films highlight- ing local livelihoods at the Quincy Town Hall Theatre Tuesday, May 18, starting at 6:30 p.m. A $5 donation is re- quested. As part of Feather River Coordinated Resource Man- agement's 25th anniversary, the group will show its DVD "Restoring Nature's Reser- voirs," featuring Mountain Meadows in the Feather Riv- er Watershed. "Passion For The Land," a collection of personal stories about agri- cultural viability, resource stewardship and preserving a rural way of life in the Sierra Valley, will also screen. Staff from the FR-CRM, U.C. Cooperative Extension, U.C.-Davis Art of Regional Change and local storytellers will be present for discussion afterward. For more information, call 283-3739. field office has never been easier. Using the iPhone or iPod touch GPS capabilities, the "DMV Now" application can locate the closest DMV field office from your exact lo- cation, and provide you with turn-by-turn directions. The GPS feature also allows you to see how long the wait time is at a field office. Whether it's new laws or new services, the DMV web- site is constantly changing and upgrading. With the "DMV Now" application, you can find out more about these updates instantly. The DMV alerts option provides infor- mation about new hours of operation, website updates, new services and much more. For more information about the new application, visit the DMV Web site at You can also learn more about the new ap- plication by viewing the in- structional video 'at hone/dmvnow/default.htm. For those iPhone or iPod touch users who want to "Save Time Go Online" from anywhere, remember: "There's an app for that." THE SHELTER PLUMAS COUNTY ANIMAL SHELTER 283-3673 After fostering Juliet for a month, I wrote up her bio for this column but it spoke of such a good-souled, gentle- mouthed dog that I just went to the shelter and adopted her myselfl Let's hope I can do just as well for the latest of the "hard case" at the Plumas County Animal Shel- ter, Belza. Belza is a small un- neutered border collie who was released by his owner at the end of March. This 3- year-old dog was described by the person who brought him in as "good with kids of all ages and cats and dogs, never aggressive, not a chew- er or digger, up-to-date on vaccinations and loves to pla.:; 8o what,s the prob- :, lem? Belza is very scared of everyone. The kind volun- teers and friends at the shel- ter have been sitting with him in his kennels and pet- ting and committing all kinds of acts of kindness for TOWN HALL THEATRE Presents CLASH OF THE TITANS Wed., April 28 - Fri., April 30 106 min. Rated PG-13 Fantasy/Action The ultimate struggle for power pits men against kings and kings against gods. But the war between the gods themselves could destroy the world. Born of a god but raised as a man, Perseus is help- less to save his family from Hades, vengeful god-of the under- world. With nothing left to lose, Perseus volunteers to lead a dan- gerous mission to defeat Hades before he can seize power from Zeus and unleash hell on earth. FRC Drama Program presents the musical OKLAHOMA! Thurs., May 6 - Sun., May 9 Thurs. to Sat. Shows at 7:30pm Sunday Matinee at 2pm Sl0 advance tickets s12 at the door II ToSN HALL THEATRE Shows 7pm nightly 4pm matinee on Sundays Adults .................. *7.00 Students & Seniors ................. s6.00 Children ................ s5.00 283-1140 469 Main St., Quincy, CA Visit us at border collie this poor timid dog and he is better -- but not by any stretch normal or good. Bor- der collies are sensitive ani- mals, and this one has appar- ently seen the harsher side of life somewhere and is reluc- tant to trust again. He will let you touch him, but just sits and trembles. He is not fear aggressive and has not shown any signs of hostil- ity, which should show us what a forgiving nature he has. For a dog this sensitive, life at a shelter is one of the worst places to be. Although the staff is kind and volun- teers wonderful, Belza needs the stability and warmth and love of a real home-- a needs a gentle t!ome 24-hour a day steady environ- ment- to take him totally out of his shell. Although a working stock breed, this dog should not be expected to work cows or sheep, but realistically could become a true part of a fami- ly once shown patience and care. He may never seek out the company of strangers, but could certainly do well in a home with a large yard or home with acreage. He always lights up when he sees other dogs at the shel- ter and would probably do best if he had another dog to pattern. The former owners say he is not housebroken, but that may be only a fear response as he keeps his "business" away from his bed and food at the shelter-- things housebroken dogs do in their kennels. Belza is a sweet border col- lie that deserves a good home. If you think you would be willing to work to regain the trust of this dear dog, come by the shelter at 201 Mill Creek Rd. in Quincy and meet this deserving animal. All money donated to Friends of the PC Animal Shelter go towards the bet- terment of the impounded dogs and cats. Tax-deductible donations may be sent to K- 911 Rescue, P.O. Box 182, Quincy 95971. PLUMAS bar & grill PLUMAS PINES Season Opening, Friday April 30 Celebrating Executive Chef Sean Conry's 10th Anniversary Bar/Deck Menu lCrom lZ Noon to closing. . dinner iCrom 6:OOpm Open Dailg. Pine Dining at reasonable prices Pull Bar, Award-winning Wine list New -- Small Plates New -- Presh Artisan Breads and Baked Goods for Sale in our Snack Bar ffth, Weclnesclaq 9th, Sunda 9 15th, Saturc]a May Events Cinco de Maqo Bar/Deck Specials 6-gpm South of t:heBorc[er beers Blight dishes " Mother's Daq Brunch lOam - Zm breakas anc lunch ent:rees Trash Gordon Band :90Opm Live Rock 'n' Roll, dancin $ cover; PREP_ t:or clinner guests Reservations appreciated. 530-836-1111 402 Poplar Valley Rd., Graeagle Check our website for menus and events. Check Out Our I PLUbIASNEWS.COM