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I I une 'a M e ll' selling tickets for the annual contest, and the winner will be tnUal Old Fash- determined by a cow as it s Picnic Saturday, - llCeagain acked randomly lead through a t~eil p 12 Sand entertain- grounds.marked area of the fair- Plumas-Sierra The winner will receive r rounds in Quin- $2,000. bright and early Pancake break. a.m., the day a chili cook-off, for the kids, a and a sausages, ges are Offered during For those interested in view- ing cars, the Classic Car Show will be on display on the main lawn inside the fairgrounds. The show is sponsored by the Sierra Cascade Street Rodders. Car show participants will entertain spectators with hole shot drags and a poker walk For those who missed the Li- ons Club breakfast, or for Club early those who get hungry later in ( 0 rVed for $4.50. dishes, and the annual Quincy Little League Barbecue from 1- .ing up early are 5 p.m. the 13th annual The barbecue and its accom- This year, partying auction are chief iL[r oU by ESA Theta fund-raisers for the Quincy ( irh 01, contestants Little League. up their special Other entertainment in- the Quincy High Club will be Watch as the COmpetition t e nbers have been early. Judg-eludes performances by local noon. dance groups, bands, and the have some- Bicycle Rodeo, staged by the to as theCalifornia Highway Patrol and Recreation Plumas Public Health Set- ors a variety ofvices. adults will partici- annual softball The day wraps up with the stock car races at 7 p.m., spon- sored by the Plumas-Sierra County Racing Association. For more information on the picnic and its events, contact the Plumas-Sierra County Fairgrounds at 283-6272. s co piled their port- f heir paintings, "Ires, Videos and ,tle analyzed by the busines . theat khad their Vie penor. ;1wi wed by demand- I;Dnals and, now, art Students in nty have been ac- the California | School for the arts camp "CSSSA is an exceptional program that allows students to pursue their dreams while keeping the arts thriving in California," said Carl Webb, president and chief operating officer of Cal Fed. "It's a plea- sure to support such a worth while cause." Now celebrating its 15th year of discovering and nur- turing young talent, the.CSS- SA has already helped 6,000 students with its rigorous pre-professional training pro- grams in dance, animation, creative writing, visual art, music, film and video, theater and t-me crafts. I Wednesday 200i Students in Kathy ern-style ride May class participated Photo by Michael Taborsk~ faylor's combination fourth/fifth grade class at Quincy Elementary School were taken for a west- 23. They were loaded up and taken for a ride along some of the streets of Quincy. On May 25, the in the Uving History Days at the Plumas County Museum to complete the week. By Victoria Metcalf S~aff Wntef Car buffs get ready. It's time to check out the ]ineup of stock and modified cars entered in this year's 12th annual Show & Shine at the Plumas-Sierra County Fairgrounds in Quin- cy. Revving up for the event, the annual Friday night is planned at the Tulsa Scott Pavilion, be- ginning at 8 p.m. Friday, ,June 1. The price is $5 per person, .$8 per couple to enjoy the sounds of Mike's Mobile Music and D.J. Food and drink will be served, and door prizes will be awarded during the evening. But the big event gets under- way Saturday, June 2, as par- ticipants line up in their vari- ous classes, sponsored by the Sierra Cascade Street Rodders. Stock classes include: A--for 1900 to 1940 cars, B-for 1941 to 1957 cars; C--for 1958 to pre- sent day car; D--all CorVettes, T-birds and sports cars; E--for all Mustangs, Camaros and Firebirds; F--for all stock trucks; and U--all under con- struction cars. Modified classes include: AA-.-1900 to 1931 cars; BB- 1932 to 1934 cars; CC 1935 to 1937 cars: 1)I) 1938 to 1948 cars; EE ~1949 to 1954 cars; FF-- 1955 to t9.57 cars; GG - 1958 to pres,:nt-day cars; HH 1900 to 1954 trucks; KK--1955 to present-day trucks: LL--all Mustangs, Camaros and Fire- birds: MM all Corvettes, T- birds and sports cars; NN- all mini trucks and imports. All classes have one award each for best paint, best show, best non big three and best up- holstery. Added events include the poker walk from 11 am. to 1 p.m., and the hole shot drags at 1 p.m. PLUMAS COUNTY PICNIC At the Plumas County Fairgrounds, Quire3, SATURDAY, JUNE 2, 2001 starting at 10:00 a.m. Margarita Booth The Soroptimist Gals will be available to quench your thirst at the Picnic! Come see us in Old Town for Fresh Blended Margaritas Ice Cold Sodas Cool Bottled Water And Piping Hot Nachos 1511 ffers a head in the indus- Only 500 of the Will make it this year thletes who of excel- Scholars are the Califor- first artists expe- in their students em- seal. Arts hosting ,rts Scholars Ceremony, for ~tUdents se- rote at the ..... ~ .2forSZSO I. , A.u,,. ............. ~'~ F o~. I I m ............ '3- I I -' ~ ~ i ment to the communiW. | A non-profit corporation bringing n ,_ We are to serv many, Prime Rib Thursday Friday Saturday Reservations Recommended 2239 East Main St. Quincy 2834)139 Lunch: 11 am - 2 pm Tues. - Fd. Dinner: 5 pm - 8:30 pm Mort. - Sat. i