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16B Wednesday, May 12, 2010 Bulletin, Progressive, Record, Reporter Momboosa Music Festival announces headliner Momboosa Music Festival announced last week that country star Chuck Wicks will headline the festival July 17, at Lake Almanor. A gifted songwriter and vo- calist, Chuck Wicks made a compelling impression with his Top 5 smash "Stealing Cinderella," the fastest-rising single by a debut country act in 2007. By the time his first album, "Starting Now," was released in January 2008, he had be- gun a yearlong, 750,000 fan- packed tour opening for su- perstar Brad Paisley. Ex- panding upon his musical tal- ents, Wicks was a celebrity cast member of the eighth season of ABC's Dancing with the Stars. A Delaware native, Wicks was raised on a family farm, where he grew up loving a variety of music -- from traditional country to R&B -- but his early career aspira- tions focused on his passion for sports. He attended Florida Southern College to play baseball, by his senior year, he found that music had overtaken his athletic aspirations.. Wicks began a series of trips to Nashville, and early interest from record label RCA Nashville inspired a per- manent move to Music City, where Wicks spent several years paying his dues, honing his craft and learning - earn- ing his place within the city's songwriting community and ultimately landing a record- ing contract with RCA. For more information,visit or myspace. com/chuckwicks. Momboosa Music Festival is a summer-long celebration of five wine/beer walks, a pre-show concert at Bailey Creek Golf Course Saturday, July 3, and the return of the all-day music festival at the Chester Meadow, located be- tween the Lake Almanor shoreline and Chester, Satur- day, July 17. This year's festival, pro- duced by Liquid Blue Events, will showcase musical perfor- mances from the Chris Gard- ner Band, Alex Woodard and more. The festival provides a family-friend environment with a vendor show, play zone, plenty of food and liba- tions, an art contest, private group cabanas, VIP accom- modations and outdoor beach activities. For ticket sales, directions, lodging information, updated event listing and band per- formances, visit Momboosa Music.corn or call (775) 851-4444. Rising country star Chuck Wicks will headline the Mom- boosa Music Festival at Lake Almanor in July. Photo courtesy Momboosa Music Festival Cou k00ry Market Day event to snowcase businesses, artisans and all types of craftspeople Alicia Knadler Indian Valley Editor Business owners, artisans and craftsmen and women of all ages are invited to showcase their wares via donations for Country Market Day at the Heart K, a fundraiser set for Satur- day, Sept. 25, in historic Genesee. Donations are needed for food, sweet tooth, textile art, crafts and woodcrafts, garden and country kitchen booths. Food ideas include fresh produce and meats, cheese, pickles, jerky, eggs, dairy, breads, juices and other things. Items for the sweet tooth could include pies, jams and jellies, cookies, cakes and such. Donations for textile arts might include things like quilts, clothing, shoes, slip- pers, needlework, pillows and dolls. Crafts and woodworks could include furniture, toys, ceramics, soaps, jewelry and other items. The country kitchen booth could feature aprons, bowls, cookbooks, kitchen collectibles, pots and pans, cookie sheets, baking items, potholders, towels, crocks, kitchen appliances and other things. The garden booth could be filled with an assortment of birdfeeders, fencing, dirt, planting pots, compost, seeds, plants and more. Donations will entitle the person to present flyers, business cards, coupons, brochures and other items to showcase his business at what is proving to be a popular event. The market day celebra- tion will be 1 - 6 p.m.; admission will be $25, children will be admitted free. Besides the market booths, there will be a live auction, an oyster bar, a beer and wine bar, and a lunch buffet on the lawn. There will be live music by the Coyote Band. For event tickets, call the Feather River Land Trust at 283-5758. "You can let a lot of people know what you sell just by 'spending' a little generosity," said organizer Trisha Aitken. Those interested in more information or in making a donation may call 284-1973 or 284-7480. OHNDE "FA00 RIVER The Floyd A. Boyd Co. LOWEST PRICES 0% FINANCING I. LARGE SELECTION ** ****,.,** , ** RBB00 List Price For 36 Ilonthsl OR 1 Yr. NO Payment NO Interestl Hot Dogs & Coke on .JOHN DEERE 12 months NO Interest- with Payments ****Offer ends 6/28/2010. Some restrictions apply; other special rates and terms may be available, so see your dealer for details and other financing options. 2Subject to approved credit on John Deere Credit Revolving Plan, a service of FPC Financial, f.s.b. For consumer use only. 0% Down payment required. No interest is for 12 months only. Payments of 2.5% of amount financed are required during and after the promotional period. Alter promotional period, interest charge will begin to accrue at 17.9% APR. A $1 .O0 per month minimum interest charge may be required. Taxes, freight, setup and delivery charges could increase monthly payment. Other special rates and terms may be available, includ- ing installment financing and financing for consumer use. Available at participating dealers. 0% for 36 Months - Gator *"Offer ends 06/02/2010. Some restrictions apply; other special rates and terms may be available, so see your dealer for details and other financing options. 7Subject to ap- proved credit on John Deere Credit Installment Plan 1 Year NINP - Gator "***Offer ends 6/28/2010. Some restrictions apply; other special rates and be available, so see your dealer for details and other financing options. 7Subject to approved credit on John Deem Credit Installment Plan Hot Summer Fun drawing benefits Plumas Arts In its continuing efforts to keep the "fun" in fundrais- ing, Plumas Arts has pulled together great experiences and tickets for some of the best summer and fall commu- nity events for the Hot Sum- mer Fun Prize Drawing. Here are some of the items highlighting this prize draw- ing: Two one-day passes to the High Sierra Music Festival for Saturday, July 3 (awarded separately); Saturday lake fishing trip for two; Lake Almanor Kayak Rentals -- mid-week, half-day tandem kayak rental (for two people); Two passes to Sustenante Reggae Festival in Belden, June 25 - 27; A pair of tickets to A Few Brews & a Banjo in Chester Park June 26; A pair of tickets to the 20th annual Solar Cook-Off Dance July 10, on the bouncin' floor at the Taylorsville Grange and a Blackhawk logo cap; A pair of tickets to Mom- boosa Music Festival July 17, at Lake Almanor; A ticket to the FRFFA Artist Studio July 24, around Lake Almanor and Chester; A pair of tickets to Plumas- Sierra County Fair Rodeo Aug. 12; A pair of tickets to Plumas- Sierra County Fair Logging Show Aug. 14; Breakfast (or lunch) for two at Morning Thunder Caf6 in Quincy; Two one-day brew tasting passes to the Oct. 9 Mountain Harvest Festival at the Plumas-Sierra County Fair- grounds (awarded separately -- must be 21 or over); A pair of tickets to The Waybacks concert at the Town Hall Theatre Saturday, Nov, 13. A pair of movie passes for the Town Hall Theatre. All prize-drawing dona- tions are tax-deductible. Tickets are $5 each, three for $10 or eight for $20. Patrons need not be present to win. All or part of the items in the drawing will be held June 24, at the Quincy Farmer's Market. There is a limit of one prize per person. To get tickets stop by the Plumas Arts Gallery in Quincy, call 283-3402 or go on- line to the Plumas Arts Shop, Support Plumas Arts by purchasing a chance to win tickets to some of the best events and expe- riences that Plumas County has to offer from the first vestiges of summer right through the fall. You could win a chanc to toast your friends at The Mountain Harvest Festival Brew Tasting Oct. 9, and so much more. 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