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6B Wednesday, May 29, 2013 Bulletin, Record, Progressive, RePorter On Thursday evening, in Johnsville, and the June 27, Plumas-Eureka Outpost and Millworks in State Park Association will Graeagle for a donation of hold a fundraiser outdoors $35. The cost includes a at the Moriarity House in commemorative wine glass, the state park from 4 to 7 one glass of wine or beer p.m. featuring two local (additional wine and beer musical groups, Ambrose will be available for a Pollock and Benny, nominal fee) and an Penny & Dude. evening of music and Appetizers will be appetizers. provided by the David Donations will be used family and The Iron Door to help support keeping the restaurant in Johnsville park open and provide due to their generous additional visitor donation, educational and Tours of the Moriarity interpretative programs House led by park docents at the park this summer. will also be available For additional information, throughout the evening, contact Cathie at 836-4441, Tickets are available at Lyn at 836-1182 or Tim at the park museum front desk 836-1995. .' ~ Presents - THr ClFT OF MUSIC PROCI M Summer- Fall 2013 Concert Series -family friendly no alcohol served ~ Two musical groups, Ambrose Pollock and Benny, Penny & Dude, are set to provide entertainment at Plumas-Eureka State Park on June 27. The fundraising event will support keeping the park open and providing visitor programs. Photos submitted THE PLUMAS CHILDREN'S COUNCIL WOULD LIKE TO THANK THE FOLLOWING INDIVIDUALS AND GROUPS FOR THEIR GENEROUS DONATIONS OF TIME AND/OR MONEY TO THE 26th ANNUAL CHILDREN'S FAIR Bear CounTry Riders Plumas Bank Braiders of the Lost Art Plumas Charter School CaITrans Plumas Children's Council Calvary Chapel Plumas Christian School Central Plumas Recreation & Park District Plumas County Child Support Child Care Resource and Referral, PRS Plumas County Department of Social Community Connections, PRS Plumas County Public Works Debbie Dogs Plumas District Hospital Domestic Violence/CHAT, PRS Plumas National Forest Dramaworks Plumas Rural Services Giddy Up And Go Pony Rides Plumas Sierra 4-H Greenville Rancheria Tribal Health Quincy Volunteer Fire Department Environmental Alternatives Quincy Natural Foods Eta Alpha Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi Quincy Tow Service and Repair Feather River College Child Development Center Sierra Pacific Industries, Inc. Head Start Smokey Bear Hansen's Cool Shack Southern Accent Lisa and Curt Nieman United States Forest Service Mobile Rock-USA Women's Mountain Passages Services Heartfelt And Very Special Thanks goes to John Carter for the fabulous music, The Plumas Early Education and Child Care Council, and The Plumas-Sierra Fairgrounds appreciation to the Fair Committee. Without them, the Fair would not have Ann Krinsky Lucia Biunno Merle Rusky Shelley Morrison Joyce Scroggs Helen Woodlee Ann Nielson Janine happened: See you next year at "THE FAIR" Plumas Children's Council I'i" "Boots" is a nuetered 6 year old male Anatolian/Border "Mama" is a unspayed Torti with her Collie Mix. He is well 5 - 6 week old kittens. The 2 females are behaved and likes pretty Gray and Torti, the 3 males are l Black, Q~O much anything! 1 Gray and 1 Orange. Shelter hours are Monday & Wednesday 8am-5pm, Tuesday & Thursday Ipm-5pm, Saturday 1 ~ 12-5 for viewing only and closed Friday & Sunday. Plumas Animal Services charges a $10 fee oO_O., and license fees are $5 per year. An officer will deliver a pet to the adopting party's veterinary Iv of choice to have the animal altered in completion of the adoption requirement. For more 11r information, call 283-3673. or visit countyofplu as.tom or peffindei' QQ~ W' r ' ...y Your Local Full Servic:- e l I Pet- 283-9605 & Feed St oree l'to 362 Crescent St. liP' "i F~ ~ lrlJf~l$ ~ ~ Ncutrena (next to FeaQ::R~Yr Fitness, J ~e Merchants & Store Clerks Always Ask for ID llme ~le o[ To|)aeen nrod.elR to n~rRol~ und~.r 18 v~an of ~ IM t~dn|hlted hv law ~ad s~hi~t In ne~,.Iniom To renort an unlawful tobacco sal~ ~all Thank you from Plumas County Public Health Agency. Paid for with Prop 99 funds