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16B Wednesday, June 3, 2015 Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter History comes alive June 13 at Beckwourth cemetery Whispering Pines Cemetery is said to be the oldest community cemetery in Sierra Valley. Learn more during a living history event June 13. Photo courtesy Plumas County Museum Plumas County Museum Director Scott Lawson invites everyone to mark their calendars for Saturday, June 13, to be part of the museum's third annual Eastern Plumas cemetery tour. Over the past two years the museum has presented historical events at the Mohawk Cemetery and the Johnsville Cemetery. This year's cemetery event will be held at the historical Whispering Pines Cemetery near Beckwourth. At 2 p.m. participants are to gather at the Jim Beckwourth Cabin Museum on Rocky Point Road on the south side of Highway 70. One group will tour the circa-1855 cabin thought to be the third and last of famed mountain man and explorer James P. Beckwourth (1798 - 1866). Concurrently, another group will be given tours of the original Beckwourth War Horse Ranch that later became the Alex Kerby Ranch, next the Guido & Jane Ramelli Ranch, by current owner Gary Bullis. After these tours everyone will get back in their cars and cross Highway 70 to the north side and park at the Whispering Pines Cemetery. This is said to be the oldest community cemetery in Sierra Valley; it is purported to have been started with the burial of Beckwourth Trail emigrants that made it no further than here. Participants will be treated to historical character re-enactments by several local actors under the direction of Tina Terrazas. Lawson will fill in between these re-enactments with small biographies of some of the pioneers resting in the cemetery. Refreshments will be served. The cost is $25 for museum members or $35 for nonmembers. Tickets are available at the Plumas County Museum, 500 Jackson St., Quincy, 283-6320, or from the following folks: Charlle Brown, 283-3416; Pete Dryer, 283-2130; Don Clark, 836-2586; Bob Darling, 836-4720; Ken Barnard, 836-0349; Bob Edwards, 283-1728; Diane Uchytil, 283-3305; or Linda Wallace, 283-2449, 1 lb. Strawberries 2ea/S3 Watermelon Seedless Delicious Only at Two Days Only June 5th & 6th 10 Ib, bag Russet Lettuce Tomatoes Avesadoes Potatoes Limes 89c., 8900,, 79c., Sly, 6ea/sl Red or Green Bell Peppers Rod DeliciM 89!, "" 2ea/S5 nallan or low Apples =. Squash . 3 lb. bag Sale pdeas effective June & 6, 2015, only. Sale starts at 6:00 am. Umlted supply. No ralnehecks please. A WEEK 5am-10pm Fine Wines & Spirits r All Lottery Games US Postage We accept Food Stamps O/ 50 GRAND AVE., SUSANVILLE, CA 96130 &w,c Landscape artist Jan Buscho demonstrates her technique. View her work this weekend in Graeagle. Photo submitted Marin landscape artist set to visit Graeagle Jan Buscho, Marin County oil painting artist, will exhibit her work at the Red House Art Gallery in Graeagle for two days only: June 6 and 7. She is known for her use of light in hei: garden scenes and landscape paintings. She said her inspiration comes from the many beautiful areas she has lived in and explored, including Marin, Mendocino and the area around Lake Tahoe. Buscho lived in Paris for a year and studied art and graphic design. In addition to exhibiting at the gallery she will conduct an oil painting workshop for local ', artists at the Mohawk Community Resource Center in Blairsden. This workshop has been Sold out for many weeks but the public is invited to visit the Red House Art Gallery on both days and meet the artist at a reception Sunday, June 7, from 3 to 5 p.m. For more information call the Red House Art Gallery at 836-0104. More details about Buscho are available at AIRLINE  CAREERS START HERE ,  Get trained as FAA certified Aviation Technician. Financial aid for qualified students, Job placementassistance. Call Aviation Institute of Maintenance 866-231-7177 , \\; \\; \\;\ I \\; Monsanto's ROUND UP % "%\\; Illl Illl Ill Illll Diagnosed with a serious medical condition, including Non-Hodgkin's Lymphoma, after exposure to Monsanto's Round Up pesticide? You may be entitled to c0mpensaOon Call Andrus Wagstaff, PC Toll Free: 866-795-9529 (PAID ADVERTISEMENT) [11 [ Illllllllllll II [lllll [ I I III II IRIIIIIEli i nil I Ullllm i LET US SA/E YOU TiME & MONEY REACH 75+ MILLION READERS WITH ONE ORDER, ONE BILL! Community Classified lx $650 Statewlde 25 words/245+ papers $435 North/S485 South  Dally Classified 7 days $995 25 words41 papers/7 days $650 North/$650 South  CLASS!FlED COMBO 8 days $1,270 25 words282+ papers Stetewlde  DISPLAY- Community Newspapers 140+ papers Ix $1,600 2x2 Statewlde; Sizes: 2x2; 2x4; 2x5; 2x6 $1,240 2x2 No.; $1,240 2x2 So. CALIFORNIA NEWSPAPERS DELIVER! Rain or=shine? ..... [ Find up-to-the-minute !: weather forecast and road conditions at