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16B Wednesday, May 5, 2010 Bulletin, Progressive, Record, Reporter Bay Area photographer April Rovero, whose lifelong passion has been photography, has captured amazing images from our national parks, the Canadian Rockies, Europe and, Africa, like this picture taken in Namibia, Africa. Photos by April J Rovero ii Bay Area photographer April Rovero, who took this picture of elephants in South Africa, will share her vision with members of the Mohawk Valley Artists' Guild at their May 11 meeting. The Mohawk Valley Area photographer April mountains, deserts, coastline Artists' Guild, a nonprofit Rovero. Photography has and so much more. organization that promotes been her lifelong passion. An Join the guild for this and supports art and music avid hiker, Rovero has wonderful photography related activities in Plumas captured amazing images evening. Remember, you County, will meet Tuesdayfrom national parks, the need not be an artist yourself May 11, at 7 p.m. Canadian Rockies, France, to be a member of this very The meeting will be at England, Italy, Africa andcreative and worthwhile the Mohawk Community locations throughout Alaska. guild. Visitors are always Resource Center in Blairs- Rovero is proud to say she welcome. Q den. is a native Califoi'nian and For more information, call The guild is thrilled to that her work represents guild president Marian Haid host an evening with Bay all the state has to offer: at 836-1399. assic car on museum The Plumas County Muse- a seven-person touring car. need a secure shop or garage um has received a donation In 1924, Cayot, a sarpenter in which to work. The truck of a 1922 Studebaker pickup needing a work truck, cut the is small, only six feet wide by truck from Jan Cayot of back of the cab away and 13 feet long, so it will not Paradise. The Cayot family built a truck bed. The newly require a huge space. has a long history with the configured truck was opera- The museum would appre- town of La Porte, having tional until 1955, when it was ciate a call, at 283-6320, from owned the La Porte Hotel for stored away. anyone who would like to help many years. Several museum docents with the restoration or know The Studebaker, which have volunteered to restore of a suitable space to accom- his father purchased new in the truck to operating condi- modate the project for a short 1922, for $400, was originally tion. To do this, they will time at little [}P cost. The Plumas County Museum is looking for volunteers to help restore a recently donated 1922 Studebaker. The group also needs secure storage for the vehicle during restoration. Photo courtesy Plumas County Museum TOOL EQUIPMENT RENTAL