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14B Wednesday, July 25, 2001 Marilyn Hoffman, of Quincy, had many of her paintings on display and for sale at the Art in the Park event July 21. To pass the time, Hoffman indulged in one of her fa- vorite activities. Becky Dore Turney showed princess outfits that were for sale at the Cromberg event. The little outfits came complete with a little skirt, crown and a wand. For $10, those who stopped at the Art in the Park event could get a chair massage and feel their troubles disap- pear. Arts, crafts show set for Round Valley Saturday Arts, crafts and live music Deanna Carter. add to the already beautiful Deanna is an artist herself, Round Valley Lake Saturday, and her oils have won numer- July 28, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. ous awards at the Plumas- While the renowned Wild Sierra County Fair through Turkey Likkers create aural the years, including Best of art with music, local and vis- Show, People's Choice and iting artisans andcrafters others. will display and create visual Wilma Taddei, winner of and tangible works of art. the Susan Downey Kelley "This is an event that re- Award for Watercolor Excel- freshes your spirit," said Ali- lence, will be one of the fea- cia Higbee, president of the turedlocalartists. Indian Valley Chamber of The renowned Del Clifton, Commerce. "You can indulge winner of the same award, your senses, go fishing, have will be another local artist, a picnic or even relax and along with severalothers. take anap." John Baumann is Cohosting the event with renowned for his work in sev- the chamber are Round Val- eral media, including pen ley Resort owners Bob arid See Arts, page 15B i m Daniel 9-year-old had fun with t artwork at in the Park day, : : ~,-Y : ~. ~ :::-::.- A giant metal butterfly captured the attention of many as they wandered through the exhibits at Art This is one of George Fluke's creations. Eastern Plumas Health Care Foundation is hosting its annual Golf Tournament at the Golf Club at Whitehawk Ranch. It's a worthwhile cause, so come out and play a round at the "Ranch" to local hospital and clinics. In addition, 10 percent of all the proceeds will support the local departments' first responders. Thursday, September 27, 10:00 am Registration 11:00 am Shotgun Start -I- 4:00 pm Hors d'oetrcms and Presentation of Prizes Boxed Lunches * Tee Prizes Tournament Prizes I I Name: I I Address: licit}': ,, I Telephone: State:_. _ 'Zip: I I I I I I I I Re4~istraUon: Flight A: 2 man bc~t bali. USGA I~mdlv.ap needed for each I am unable to ~, ~ ~ ~amount~ Credit Card Information: [~ Mmt~rcaed OVlea Aceoui~t Numbe~. Q Expiration Date: player Slgnature: S: foursome scramble _ill ~ ~ ~ o~. ~~~i~ ~ ~~~. Kas~m PlumM Health Ca~ FoundaUoo 18 a non-I~t, chorll~bte 501(c)3 ~oPporaUon formed In 1997. As such. a porUoa of ew~y more ~o~, call ~*~y it at ~2-4277 270. im mm so im i mm ~i* ~ai miee m ms iii ~ i ms* mm* mm m mi~ mini* i mu im mi ~ mi gm i m m ~ ~ m ~ ~ m m m~~