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Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter Wednesday, June 25, 2014 11B 5 The Courthouse Lawn Art Show is organized and presented by Plumas Arts. Photos courtesy Plumas Arts Courthouse Lawn Art Show set for S turd y, June 28 Organizers invite residents fabric creations of hats, bags, and visitors to spend a lovely purses and clothing. afternoon exploring a variety Shops, restaurants and of art booths at the Quincy eateries will extend their Courthouse Lawn Art Show business hours. Moon's will this Saturday, June 28, from be open for lunch. Jenelli's 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. will be serving yummy baked Shoppers will find a goods. Emily's Garden, Main selection of art and artisan Street Styles and The Toy crafts including wind chimes, Store/Little People will offer birdfeeders, children's sidewalk sales and sizzling clothing and toys, historical in-store specials. After and fme art photographs, checking out the sales stop by woven rugs, wooden Carey Candy Co. for shaved constructions from cutting ice, suggest organizers. boards to turned bowls, Last-minute booth space is jewelry running the gamut still available and from precious metals information booths are recycled reconstructions, welcome. Contact pottery, fused glass, wire or call whirligigs and toys, as well as Plumas Arts at 283-3402. Art Brooks from Folsom produces raku fired pottery plates, vases and bowls. Senior summit set for July The second annual Plumas Thrall will be the keynote County Senior Summit is speaker, on the subject "The being planned for July 16 at Changing Picture of Aging." the Quincy Nutrition SRe. Presentations by the Last year's summit provided providers will be next, a lively forum for seniors and followed by a break for lunch. providers of services to Reservations for lunch at the exchange information and site must be made no later concerns and there is much than noon Tuesday, July 15. interest in this year's The cost is $2.50 for seniors gathering, and $6.50 for those under age The providers will cover 60. Call 283-0643. diverse subjects ranging from The afternoon session, 1 - health to veterans services, 2:30 p.m., will feature from ways to chronicle family questions and answers with histories to transportation, providers. Recommendations Under the auspices of from the summit will become Plumas County Health the agenda for the coming Services, the summit is year. scheduled for a 10 a.m. sign- For more information call in, with coffee, tea and sweet Plumas County Health rolls supplied by the nutrition Services at 283-6337 or Nancy site. Supervisor Sherrie Lurid at 284-7206. Lorraine Nielsen from Crescent Mills has a product line called "Shear Bliss." She spins wool from her own sheep (above and left) into fanciful and utilitarian items. Bow-Wow at Nakoma Golf Resort "Rescue Dogs Rock" A benefit for High Sierra Animal Rescue Saturda 2014 5:00 to 10:00 PM 348 Bear Run (A15) Clio, CA Dinner Prepared by Nakoma Golf Resort Includes Tri-Tip, Chicken, Vegetarian Plate & More No-Host Bar, Live Music, Putt for the Mutts, Longest Drive Contest, Raffle and Silent Auction Something for everyone/ ~0 I~0~0~ c~ Tickets available at: Tickets '7 High Sierra Animal Rescue in Delleker Graeagle Mill Works in Graeagle $45 15//]CTa" 1- Nakoma Golf Resort Hot Spot in Quincy K & S in Portola Sportsman's Warehouse in Reno ..,ancl so much more is just 1 CLICK AWAY i t