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Record. Rep0,qer Fair 2001 We~nesday, Aug. 15, 2001 3B / Even when you're from Santa Cruz and it's a long distance call, there are still plenty of reasons to call friends and relatives, even from the county fair. From left are Jessica Dettman, Sara Hester, Andrea Wilke and Kyra Cabelman. the delights of baby animals, such goat, at the petting zoo last Saturday. 0 It was a big day for sheep raisers in Plumas and Sierra counties as they lined up in their classes to show the sheep they've spent months raising. of the Quincy of Ameri- goats and year's fair. time -sl os an infoema- I~r l~/~.~a~ a member Valley 4-H resident, her goat, Mys- the opening cars, gas pumps and little boys just seem to go hand-in- hand. A special area for little tikes that emphasized fun and safety was one of the free activities for youngsters under six. lan Wood, of Quincy, and his mother, Norma, held the giant baby bottle high to feed the three-month- old camel, Camille. bar & grill .SNEWS.COM Thursday morning was busy as contestants read- led their animals and stalls for another day of showing. Old hay and straw had to be cleaned out, new bedding arranged, and then the ani- mals were fed and wa- tered. An opportunity for parents of children of all ages to sup- port and learn from each other. Dis ussions include: man- aging personal and family resources; recognizing how our children are influenced by their environment; modeling appropriate and desired behaviors; nurturing ourselves and celebrating life with our children. Parenting requires our time, patience, understanding and love. Together we can do it! Plumas Crisis Intervention & Resource Center 591 W. Main Street, Quincy Wednesdays 6:00 - 7:30 pm Facilitator: Laura Willis Head Start Office 580 S. Gulling, Portola Mondays, 6:00 - 7:30 pm Facilitator: Sue Swicegood Roundhouse Council Location To Be Announced 330 Bush Street, Greenville Call 530-283-5515 Wednesdays: 6:00 - 8:00 pm Thursdays, 5:00 - 6:30 pm Facilitator: Marlene Mullen Facilitator: Jewelle Mapes Free Child Care Provided. Plumas Crisis Intervention & Resource Center Call for information: 530-283-5515 L "The Trash Gordon Band" Saturday August 25 at 9 p.m. $5 per couple cover No cover for dinner guests 'more information call: (530) 836-1111 PLUMAS PINES GOLF 402 Poplar Valley Road Graeagle qJOe 715 Main Uptown Susanville