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Record Reporter Wednesday, Aug t5 200113B Photos by Victoria Metcalf s were filled to capacity as the Saturday night headliner entertainment took place at the County Fair. Featuring the Marshall Tucker Band, still popular after nearly 30 years in the busi- band featured some of its biggest hits and a few new renditions. Doug Gray is the only original mem- band, but its new members have a lot of talent, both in musical and singing abilities, to add to the band's first record was released in 1973, and new releases have continued up to 1999. Photo by Roxanne Valladao The Wild Turkey Likkers wil be performing Saturday, Aug. 18, at the Chester Chili Cook-off from 1-3 p.m. On Saturday, Aug. 18 the plays the fiddle when she is "Wild Turkey Likkers" put feeling small and the stand- the kick in the Chester Chili up bass when she is feeling Cook-Off. The band performs big. Singer and song writer a free concert in Chester Corinne Duskin provides Park from 1 to 3 p.m. stunning vocals and percus- The"Wild Turkey Likkers" sion. play a dance-able mixture of This concert will be the fi- traditional tunes and fa- hal performance in their vorites along with a good Poultry in Motion Tour of heap of original songs. The Plumas County this summer. group brings together the These Summer Concerts musical talent from a variety have been produced by the of other musical groups. Almanor Basin Park and Singer/song writer Joe Recreation District in collab- Tomaselli fills in with vocal oration with the Piumas and guitar and some original County Art Commission. material. Ken "Dr. Dobro" For information contact Cawley is "The Man" on steel the Almanor Basin Park and guitar and mandolin. Kenny Recreation District or the Davis offers energetic vocals Plumas County Arts Commis- and accordion. Leslie Mink sion 283-3402. 6 $ t t P Hillbilly Chili Cook-off Aug. 18 The Madeline Plains Citi- of Susanville. zens Association's Fifth An- To enter the chili cook-off: nual "Hillbilly" Chili Cook- Call Jackie Meyer, 234- Off" takes off at a new loca- 2040 to obtain entry forms or tion, the Mission Motel on 395 instructions. Deadline to en- in Ravendale (formerly the ter is Aug. 15. There is no en- Ravendale Motel)from 8 a.m. try fee but there should be 8 p.m. on Saturday, Aug. 18. two people on each team that Ti :kets are $7.50 Ior adults, enters. $5.5b I or chi[dl-en over 5. Arrive at tht: Mid,ion Mo- There will be plenty of side tel early on Aug. 18, to start dishes, desserts and water- cooking your chili. Tables melon, will be provided. You are al- A backyard kitchen valued lowed to pre-cook the beans at more than $300 will be raf- only. You may come as early fled, as well as several draw- as you like but judging be- ings for door prizes. Tickets gins at noon. You will need a are $1 or six for $5. Coleman type burner and any The Mission Motel is locat- other material you may need ed right on 395 in Ravendale to make two gallons of chili. approximately an hour north t Q t LOuise Robinson, Steven Thomas, Micheile Jacques, of African-influenced musical styles on Thursday, in Quincy. Bnjan Dyer Aug. 15, at Photo submitted and Rhonda Crane perform an a cappei- 6:30 p.m. in conjunction with the next :O a g. 1.5, the The concert will begin at son and Johnny Walker Commis- 6:30 p.m. and will take place brewing up a blend of musi- Quincy Natural in the Murray and Edwards cal styles in the rural folk Market will parking lot on Harbison blues tradition Sounds" as our Street along side the This performance of musical out-of-Farmer'sMarket. "Street Sounds" has been for this week's made possible through col- laborative efforts with Oak- land Camp. These Summer Upcoming guests for the is an Oak- next, and last, two Thursday night concerts will be CapeIla quintet"Heartstrings" on Aug. 23 g tra- with melodic and eclectic mu- y and sic to make your feet dance that embodies and your heart sing followed history and in-by "Snake Oil" on August 30 Africa on with Hank Alrich, Susie Wil- is a rich weaving a ta- jazz, African and hu- the voice as the nlent and the first and last make as hu- Sounds" and pow- to celebrate, up- Ws, protest, moti- ancestors. ;tic Direstor of Louise L OUnding mem- nally ac- )ella quintet, the Rock." a fulfiU- direct- on and off- of are Michelle M. Thomas, and Bryan S. Concerts have been produced by the Plumas County Art Commissmn thanks to fund- ing from Plumas Vision 2020 and Supervisor Ken Nelson. For information contact the Plumas County Arts Commis- sion 283-3402 or Quincy Nat- ural Foods (5,30) 283-3528. Great Room. Great Rate. Per Night Sun.-Thur i ASK FOR SUSAN Hotel/Casino 358 477I I ww* ;iive(du~ (orn [ Vido~ien Squefe I $~'ks I Au~s born the ~ug~el America's Sweethearts l~diesNigM.2forj~O0 Wednn~y.Couples'NigM.2for$9.50 Adults ............. $6.00 OPEN Children ............ $4.00 7 DAYS Students & Seniors ........... .$5.00 A WEEK email: 283-1140 - 469 Main St., Quincy, CA A non-profit corporation bringing entertainment to the community.