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Page 2 Wed w.sday, August I, 2001 Fux In Sun In 2001 Plumas-Sierra ii!!;i!!::iii!iii~ii; !:ii : i Thirteen people from around Plumas and Sierra counties dmmte their time to helping make important decisions concerning the Plumas-Sie~a County Fairgrounds. appo!nted by members d of Supervisors in each county, directors are not paid or reimbursed for their mileage, as 1~ dedicate themselves to building a bigger and better events cantm and serving members include: President Mike Beatty of Quincy, V'ce President Pat I~ of Lake Almanor, Rosie Schulz of Chester, Susan Neer and Carol t/iscarra, both of Indian Valley;, I]lelma Olsan of Leah West of 6raeagle, Leooard Ross of Porlola, Jane P, oberti of Sierra Valley, and Bill Long, ~ 6utman and Bill Rouse rewesanting Sierra County. Mike Clements is the chief grounds and evanS. A Special Supplement created by the staff of FEATHER PUBLISHING CO., INC. Publishers of:. Feather River Bulletin Chester Progressive Indian Valley Record Portola Reporter Michael C. Taborski, Publisher Kevin Mallory, Assistant to the Publisher Debra Coates, Managing Editor Victoria Metcalf, Supplement Editor Alicia Higbee, Greenville Editor Terri Daoust, Portola Editor Sherri McConnell, Advertising Manager Tom Forney, Production Manager Advertising Staff:. Alicia Higbee, Rhonda Balkovek, Cari Catron, Cheri McIntire, Denise Carpenetti, Michelle Davis Composing Department: Eva Small, Mgr., Carrie Curran, Kelly Barnes, Sunny Meredith Main Office: P.O. Box B, 555 W. Main St., Quincy, CA 95971 (530) 283-0800 FAX (530) 283-3952 ., ion, 'Fun in the Sun m !:% st, Welcome to the Plumas-Sierra County Fair, Get ready for fivegt' of "Fun in the Sun in 2001." :. the our biggest trees. The older set will t'md lots of free local enter agon ( featured on both the Plumas Bang Stage and the Holiday Stage eou] . Se a grant from the California Arts Alli,an_. ce. :at ch If your idea of "Fun in the Sun' is a little more relaxed, J.ay wi Hoffman Challenge traveling exhibit in the Tulsa Scott Pavilion shil the many exhibits brought to you by your friends and neighbor c Take a mini vacation down to the ranch, catch a livestock sho Fair to you by your local 4-H and FFA youth. Feel the rumble of the "tnte the draft horses as they compete in Draft Horse Cavalcade or che ts ssiq la cowboys (or the bulls) in the Feather River Bull Riding Classic. the d the skill of horse and rider in the Open Horse Show and don't tJ ds support the Plumas-Sierra Junior Livestock Auction. The food booths have their awnings out and the games of to challenge you and your friends. Our grounds are bursting tiE tree G flowers and petunias to welcome you and the trees are waving Pel