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16B Wednesday, May 23, 2012 Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter BLOOM, from page 1B Recently she has begun using her pressed flowers to make bookmarks. She places the flowers on tissue paper and then laminates them, adding a tassel for detail. She is also beginning to make cards and is experimenting with different papers. What started out as Mother's Day presents has now grown into a small business, which she calls Naturalee Flowers, a play on her name. As for being a featured artist, Lee said she is surprised. "It's nice that the Mohawk r11,,  ,.,, Guild wants to feature me, but I feel that I'm still in the learning process." Lee's work and that of many other artists will be on display this Sunday. The event is free to the public. Graeagle resident Nancy Lee holds some of her framed flower art. Lee has always enjoyed crafts, and originally created pieces like these for Mother's Day gifts. i i, , ii:: i: r i, Iii: i'iii Nancy Lee presses fresh flowers into a phone book. She said the pages work well to absorb the moisture from the petals. Photos by Debra Moore Artists' work featured at annual spring fair The Mohawk Valley Artists' Guild will hold the seventh annual "Bursting into Spring" art and craft show this Sunday, May 27. The event will be held from 10 a.m. to 4p.m. in the Graeagle Fire Hall. The public is invited to attend this free event. Twenty-two artists and vendors will display their work, including: John Lullo - rustic wood furniture Lucia Biunno - crocheted hats and scarves Jennifer Lacy - beaded jewelry Christine Schneider - hand- pa'nted glass giftware Sara Conklin - glass beaded jewelry Refreshments will be available all day and sliced pizza will be sold from 11 a.m. to2 p.m. This is the first of two art-and-craft shows that the Mohawk Valley Artists' Guild will hold this year. The second 0 tile Floyd A. Boyd Co Fall.River Mills 336-5549 is the Holiday Craft Fair in November. The guild is a nonprofit organization founded to stimulate public awareness and involvement in the arts, to improve existing art pro- grams and to encourage new art-related activities in Plumas County. Money raised at the art and craft fairs and other guild- sponsored events is awarded to art and music programs in the schools and in the community. O JOHN DEERE BURGER, from page 1B burger cook for five minutes before flipping. Flipping only once prevents the burger from falling apart and stick- ing to the grill. Perfectly melted eheese. After flipping, let the burger cook for three minutes and then top with cheese while the burger is still on the grill. With grilling season here, and your newfound burger knowledge, impress your friends at your next barbecue by making the perfect burger! Tex-Mex Burger Prep time: 10 minutes Wait time: 20 minutes Cook time: 10 minutes Serves: 4 Ingredients: 112 tablespoon Cajun seasoning 1 pound ground beef 1 large jalapefio pepper, seeded and chopped 112 cup diced white onion 1 clove garlic, minced 1 tablespoon Worcestershire sauce 4 slices pepper jack cheese 4 hamburger buns, split salt and pepper, as needed Directions: Preheat grill for medium- high heat. In a large bowl, mix together the ground sirloin, jalapefio pepper, onion, garlic, Cajun seasoning and Worcestershire sauce. Chill meat for at least 20 minutes, then divide meat mixture into 4 balls and form into patties. Season patties with salt and pepper. Lightly oil the grilling surface, and place the patties on the grill. Cook for about 5 minutes per side, or until well done. During the last 2 minutes, lay a slice of cheese on top of each patty. Serve on buns with desired toppings, such as lettuce, tomatoes,, red onions and pickles. Chef Heather Hunsaker serves as a writer and recipe developer]or meal planning site foodonthetable.com. TEETH, from page 1B finally free to explore his creativity to the fullest extent, drawing on his talent, experience and education. Feeling confident in his artistic ability, he presents a body of work both thought-provoking and visually splendid, creating an extraordinary viewing experience. You were born to vacaTn,on!!l Welcome back to your home away from homel Take advantage of our all-season mid-week coupon for your next stayl 24/7 online reservations now available at: www. plumaspinesvacationrentals, corn Golf Course Rentals Mountain and River Views Pool and T,.nnis Facility Included 530-836-0444 Plumas Pines Realty 307 Poplar ValleyRd. Across the street from Plumas Pines Golf Clubhouse .......... Mi00wl00fi00'00O'U00;O00 .......... Arrive Sunday or Monday and Depart Wednesday or Thursday Stay 3 nights pay for 2 nights! Reserve by:June 20, 2012 Code: KG32-4/2012 Enjoy a round of golf A game of tennis at our courts Splash in our pool Have a spa treatment and finish off the day on the deck of one of our lovely homes. J  J ( l '