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4A Wednesday, July 9, 2014 Feather River Bulletin James Wilson Sports Editor sports@plumasnews.com The community of Quincy came out in full force the evening of July 2 to show its support for the Town Hall Theatre. Plumas Arts held an open-mic event at the theatre, and the donations kept pouring in, raising $10,000 toward the cost of a digital projection system. "I have made a lifetime career soliciting money for good causes," commented Plumas Arts Director Roxanne VaUadao. "This, though, is unprecedented. After my head stops spinning, I'm going to have a good cry." The theatre is faced with a dire situation. Film producers are switching over to producing films only in a digital format. To keep the theatre open, Plumas Arts needs to raise $70,000 to buy a new digital projection system. Including prior donations and the $10,000 raised last week, Plumas Arts has thus far From left, Tiffany Lozano, Roxanne Valladao and Katie Bagby obtained roughly $30,000 celebrate raising $10,000 last Wednesday night to go toward toward the digital projection the $70,000 needed for the Town Hall Theatre to buy a new goal. Valladao said there are digital projection system. Lozano and Bagby sit on the board of pledges out for another $14,000, the local chapter of Bread for the Journey, which matched which will put the fimds over donations up to $1,000. Photo submitted the halfway mark of the $70,000 goal. Bread for the Journey, Jody little over $6,000. the end of the night, Darren Ken Cawley, Leslie Mink and Lance Barker play some tunes to open the open-mic event at the Rosi and an anonymous donor Adding ticket sales and the Beatty donated an additional Town Hall Theatre on July 2. The event drew in a crowd of locals and visitors up for the High all made $1,000 matches at the money raised from a $1,400 to make the total an even Sierra Music Festival. Photo by James Wilson open-talc event. Those baked-goods sale and $10,000. matches, plus a little extra, concession sales, the total Tatum Hughes, 8, took it tallied the night's total up to a came to $3,600 for the night. At upon herself to raise money for theatre's cause. the theatre with a good "It's really impressing me old-fashioned lemonade stand, how much the younger Summer 2014 Quincy Natural Foods donated generation is stepping up," ice and Sav-Mor donated Valladao expressed. "I wasn't lemonade, and Hughes got to sure if the public really cared Tatum Hughes holds up the ~ ~//"BB l,,.~ work. about having a movie theatre sign she made to attract Hughes set up the stand in or not. It's pretty clear now, pedestrians to her lemonade her front lawn on Railwaythough." stand. Hughes raised $316, all Even:/~ ~ht * June 30th-se~ 15th Avenue, attracting the Plumas Arts still has more of which she donated to the attention of High Sierra Music funds to raise to reach the Town Hall Theatre's fund to July 14th Featuring Steve Leaf Festival attendees who parked $70,000 goal. Other fundraising buy a new projection system. in the field off Railway the events are being planned and Photo submitted & 've oca[Musi on the Lawn night before the festival began, will be announced in Charging only $1 per glass of upcoming articles. To donate / lemonade, Hughes raised to the digital projection fund, $316 to donate to the go to plumasarts.org. "LocM, Fresh & Delicious" Brea fost &Lunch Wed-Sat Driveway slurry Mon BBQ Hot Melted Crack Filling Cat , Ava ,6 Small Patch Work 53o-836-zez9 / Free Estimate 190 Bonta Street, Blairsden "14 Serving Plumas County since 1993 3454 Hwy 70 Oroville, CA 95965 Postal Service: USPS (No: 188-550.) Periodicals postage paid at Quincy, CA. Lewis P. 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