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Buiiettn, Record, Progressive, Reporter Wednesday, July 2, 2014 13B Taste and Toast of Almanor set for July 26 i M. Kate West ' Staff Writer ChesterNews@plumasnews.com "Mid-Summer Madness," an : event celebrated as the premier garden party of the Lake Almanor summer, is i scheduled for Saturday, July 126, at the Bailey Creek Golf Course. The event features food, wine and beer tasting along with artisan booths, silent and live auctions and dancing. The finest restaurants, inns and bistros in Plumas and Lassen counties as well as out-of-area olive oil companies, prepare the food. Participating food vendors are Longboards Bar and Grill, Carol's Caf6 and West Shore Dell, Tantardino's Pizzeria and Pasta, Red Onion Grill,. Chester Pizza Factory, Lassen Ale Works, Bella Luna Catering, the Lake Almanor Country Club Restaurant, The Feel Good Caf6, Moon's Restaurant, Happy Garden Chinese Restaurant, Truckee Sourdough Company, Angela's Baker Way Bakery, Pacific Sun Olive Oil, and Joanie and Frankie's Cupcakes. There is also a solid presence of North state wineries and brewers. Participating this year are Miners Leap Winery, Lassen Ale Works, Mt. Tehama Winery, Lassen Peak Winery, The Brewing Lair, Indian Peak Winery, Great Basin Brewing, Alpen Cellars, Sierra Nevada Brewery, Dragon Spirits Winery, Evergreen IGA Market and Hot Flash Wines. This year, the fifth annual celebration will begin at 6 p.m., with the food, wine and brew tastings. Simultaneously the guests wl also stroll and bid on silent auction items, all to the lively beat of the Mountain Jazz Collective. The silent auction tables will close at 8 p.m. and then a few select items will be auctioned offto the crowd. "No host" libations will be poured by the Lake Almanor Lodge No. 2626. Mid Summer Madness, which hosts an average of 30 vendors as well as artisan booths, is a fundraiser for the Rotary Club and the Elks Lodge. Proceeds from the event will support local youth programs and community service projects. Tickets are $50 a person and are available at Books and Beyond, a Mountain Market The beautiful grounds and facilities at Bailey Creek Golf Course in Lake Almanor will offer a lift to the generosity of silent auction guests at the upcoming Mid-Summer Madness garden party. Photo by Cheri Mclntire Place, the Chester Progressive, Berkshire Hathaway Real Estate, Sonshine Flowers, and Lake Almanor Brokers. the event visit: For more information about MidSummerMadness.info. Johnsville Historical Society's Gold Discovery Days July 19, 20 Sierra" who carried the mail across the Sierra from Placerville to Genoa for 20 years during the winter. Throughout the weekend, period treats will be available to showcase ice cream-making, Cornish pasties and butter-making for homemade bread and jam. The Park museum and store will offer an outstanding display of historic photographs and artifacts, as well as publications about life in the days of the Gold Rush. Visitors can safely get close to a mountain lion, eagle,'Swl and other area fauna in displays with information about their history and habitats in the area. Blacksmiths will be busy with demonstrations of the art of iron working that was so vital to the daffy activity in the mines and homes. Many of the tools and machines that were common to hard rock mining and period gardening, cooking and building will be on display. The Assay Office will demonstrate the methods thatwere used to test the ore that was extracted each day and to reward the miners for their back-breaking labor. The famous Mohawk Gold Stamp Mill and the entrance to the Eureka Tunnel will also be available for viewing. The Moriarty House, a restored home of a miner and his family in scenic Johnsville, across the road from the Park, will be bpeh6-d to allow visitors to see and experience first-hand the hardy lifestyle of the emigrants who toiled to eke out an existence far from the luxuries of faraway cities: The Johnsville Historical Society plans to hold open its charming museum in the former St. John's Church on Topsoil & Compost .................... 12 yards, delivered* $325 Topsoil, Compost & Manure ...... 12 yards, delivered* $350 Manure Only .............................. 12 yards, delivered* $350 - Screened and Processed - SAND & GRAVEL AVAILABLE Call (530) 257-4506 *Susanville area, call for outlying areas. Plumas Eureka State Park and the Johnsville Historical Society will bring the days of the California Gold Rush alive July 19 and 20 during "Gold Discovery Days." This special event will provide two days of activities, presentations, crafts, music, tours of the assay office, blacksmith shop and the beautifully maintained Moriarity House in picturesque Johnsville. Continuous activities for the whole family will run from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday and 8 a.m. (pancake breakfast) to 3 p.m. Sunday. available for those who want to test their skills. Kids can learn to make candles, try quill pen writing, wash clothes "the old fashioned way," and take fun photos dressed in period costumes from the 1800s. There will also be demonstrations featuring the winter sport oflongboard skiing and yarn making with a spinning wheel. There will be music throughout the weekend and a local favorite, "Code Bluegrass," will once again be featured on Sunday. The popular Rotary pancake breakfast will be held on Sunday at 8 under a canopy of trees overlooking picturesque Jamison Creek on the Museum grounds. At noon on Sunday the "Friends of Snowshoe Thompson" will give a fascinating presentation about the legendary "Mailman of the Sephira Black Lab, Male, came in from Frenchman Lake Road, I'm super friendly and know some basic commands. I will be up for adoption June 30th. Liberty =  ! DSH Black cat. Very friendly GIRL waiting for my forever home. I have been here since Sept 2013. Stop on by and say hello and let me show you how cuddle up I am! Xdopl 1 cat and e ill aic tile adoption fee on tile 2n(i cat! Our office hours are Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday 8am-5pm. Saturday viewing is by appointment only. Office hours are subject to change due to staffing; calling prior to visiting shelter is recommended. All potential adopters must complete an adoption consultation form and be approved prior to adoption. Adoption fees are $10.00 for dogs and cats, license fee for dogs is $15.00 per year.  AMERICAN VALLEY ANIMAL HOSPITAL  . We carry a wide selection of pet food   and Flea & Tick products 283-4500 " )}  Alta & Lee Rd. Quincy J For More Information or to View More Pets, Visit Us at www.petfinder.com the north end of town. Visitors will be able to view a display of historic artifacts unique to the area and watch videos featuring life in the area. "Gold Discovery Days" is a wonderful celebration of both old-time pioneer spirit and modern day love of Plumas Eureka State Park, at its best. Directions: From the east and west, drive State Route 70 to Blairsden, and follow the brown-and- white signs to Plumas Eureka State Park. From Truckee and areas to the south, travel State Route 89 to Graeagle, and follow the brown-and-white signs to Plumas Eureka State Park. Visit http://www.plumas-eurek a.org/for more information or contact: Kit Vercelli at 414-0178 or Marian Sciborski at 836-4509 "IF ff WASN'T FOR OUR NEWSPAPER ADVERTISING... Prior to the downturn in the economy in 2008, I never saw the need to advertise my construction business in our local newspapers. I had been in business since 1984 and I always relied on quality work, word of mouth and a good economy to keep the jobs coming in. Everything changed in 2008. We went from building two to three homes per year to three homes in the past five years! It wasn't that our pro.ducts or services had changed; rather it was the economy that changed how people were spending their money. Had it not been for the advertising plan that Feather Publishing put together for us that brought us some 100-plus new customers, we would have been in really trouble today. We developed a new business model, one that we had when we first started the business over 30 years ago. We found that people were focusing more on small projects, remodels, garages and additions instead of new homes. We wanted to let people know that we still did all of those things, as well as new homes and we were ready to help with any project they had no matter how large or how small. The marketing team at the newspaper stressed from the beginning that consistency was the key to success in any form of advertising whether it be in print, radio or television. They said it's that repetitive exposure that brands a business' name and brings long-term results. They were right! That exposure and consistency has gained us well over a hundred new customers. In turn, because of the quality of our work, that expanded customer base has built a lot of goodwill for our company. Take it from someone who was one of the biggest skeptics of advertising, it really works! Today we are living proof of how a local company that was struggling to find work made it through one of the toughest times that our economy and the building industry has experienced. We made it, due in no small part to our advertising campaign in our local newspapers. Thank you Feather Publishing! Mike Beatty & Donavon Beatty Owners, Beatty Construction ...WE WOULD HAVE BEEN IN REAL TROUBLE TODAY|" 0000.,,RgC0R00 I Greenville, CA I 258-3115 ": Westwood PinePress P.O. Box 790, Westwood, CA 258-3115 B rZTHZK...I..ZyR 28'iawrence Street, Quincy, CA 283-0800 100 Grand Ave., Susanville, CA 257-5321 135 Main Street, Chester, CA 258-3115 00DIT01.1 IlDII'II 96 E. Sierra (Hwy 70), Portola, CA 832-4646