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126 Wednesday, Aug. 20, 2014 Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter Town Hall Theatre to host. comedy night benefit show "Plumas Arts is pleased to note that a collection of comedians want you to come to laugh and help to raise funds for the Town Hall Theatre," said Plumas Arts Director Roxanne Valladao. The public is invited to attend an evening of adult comedy at the Cole Young& Friends Comedy Night Benefit on Thursday, Aug. 21. The show begins at 7:30 p.m. Doors open at 7 p.m. Get tickets in advance for $10 at the Plumas Arts Gallery, Carey Candy Co. or from Lisa Grant at the State Farm insurance office. Tickets will be $15 at the door. A no-host bar and theatre concessions will be available• Comedians for the evening will include: Cole Young, the evening's headliner• He grew up in Cliff McGrady, of Reno, joins the comedy night lineup. Photos courtesy Plumas Arts Quincy and has been living in Los Angeles for the last 25 years• In Los Angeles he has performed and starred in over 20 different stage plays, appeared several times on national television and performed standup comedy• Young will be bringing a friend from Reno, Cliff McGrady. Originally from Washington, D.C., he now calls Reno home. He has performed all over Reno and surrounding areas, including the Pioneer Center and the Knitting Factory. His comedy is a mix between goofy observations and storytelling. He has won several competitions and grew up loving comedy. Lisa Grant, a Quincy native, will be the emcee and wovide comic interventions between performers. She finds humor in almost any situation in life, which is what makes her comedy so relatable. James Wilson, another Quincy native, will no doubt find comic inspiration by the recent birth of his daughter and being a first-time father. Cole Young performs standup in the Los Angeles area. He'll headline an upcoming show to benefit the Town Hall Theatre. We can assist with all your building needs - from plans to the finished product CONSTRUCTION (530) 283-2035 P.O. Box 1369 QUINCY, CA 95971 Lic. #453927 , Silent films play to raise funds for theatre update On Aug. 27 at 7 p.m. there will be a benefit held at the Town Hall Theatre to raise money so a new digital projector may be purchased. Tailor Walmer, for her senior project, has organized an evening reminiscent of the times when silent films were common. The evening will feature two silent comedies featuring Charlie Chaplin and Buster Keaton. The evening will also have a Charlie Chaplin look-alike contest during the intermission• Audmnce members are encouraged to dress up in '20s fashion. Presale tickets can be purchased at the Plumas Arts Gallery and Carey Candy Co. for $10 adults and $6 k!ds (ages 0 7 16). At the door ticket prices will be raised $2. One and all are invited to enjoy a fun-filled silent comedy night and to support the Town Hall Theatre. Attendees are invited to enter a Charlie Chaplin look-alike contest as part of the upcoming silent movie fundraiser at the Town Hall Theatre. Photo courtesy Plumas Arts lic Laura Beaton Staff Writer Ibeaton@plumasnews.com It's a lot easier to get from point A to point B in Plumas County these days, thanks to the new bus schedules offering service from Portola to Quincy to Greenville to Chester and beyond• Plumas Transit Systems launched its new routes and schedule Aug. 18. Expanded daytime and nighttime routes, service linking rural bus riders to inner city transit systems (Susanville and Redding) and lunchtime routes in Quincy are now running• The new bus schedules (displayed on page 13) feature larger print and simpler maps, broken into three regions: North County (Chester/Greenville/Quincy) regular and winter schedule, East County (Portola/Graeagle/Quincy) and Quincy Local. Increased public transportation services were designed to better serve the most needful population groups: FRC students, Native Americans and those who are elderly, disabled or low income. New services allow riders, including Feather River College students in Portola, Chester and Greenville, to take night classes or travel to Quincy to see a movie and still ride the bus back home. For more information call 283-2538, or go to plumas transit.com for schedules and downloadable maps. BUSINESS EQUIPMENT Sales • Service • Supplies Budget conscious? Find good prices & good values at these area stores. 66 • 99- Volunteers me t, hPtft, & fjtft, s 405 W. Main St., Quincy 283-4345 "A Unlqao 8hop h QalRG ?" Mon.- Sat. • 11am - 4pm W o hl~ }) h C(0)]nm]m ss ]P ]la(c(e S(e(colnl(dl ]H[andl T]r(e asslut]r(e ss • Antiques Collectibles • Used Furniture • Books • Household Items • Jewelry Open Tuesday thru Saturday 10am-4pm 72850 Hwy. 70 • 3 Miles West of Portola • 530-249-1745 116 EPHC Auxiliary y ty Commercial St. • "Old Town Portola" 832-5967 Open for donations and great values. Tuesday through Saturday, lOam-3pm ;ET AND • Second-hand Clothing Collectibles and much more • Donations Welcome Mon-Fri., 10am - 5pm; Sat., 10am-3pm 530-832-5600 • 181 Nevada St., Portola Clothing Books Housewares Jewelry & More 230 come and see the menagerie/ Main Street, Quincy • 283-1762 Free SmENS /~$> Thrift Store ~ ~ Check out our Buys! Wednesday & Saturday • 10am-2pm PUBLIC WELCOME 801 Golf Club Drive, Lake Almanor J i ' : • Two Local Technicians ~ ~ • Copiers & Fax Machines = FROM SHARP MINDS • Laser Printers COME SHARP PRODUCTSTM • New or Refurbished (888) 447-2679 • (530) 284-1112 Fax: (530) 284-1102 ° 101 Pine St., Greenville Serving P/umas, Lassen, Sierra & Modoc Counties Peter M. Talia Attorney at Law 257.5199 iovernement and SDistrict Law my name is I am a 4 year old white and black girl. I had a home once and was fixed, but soon found myself abandoned at Dixie Canyon. Someone saw it happen and took me to the animal shelter where I stayed for over a year. Now I am at PAWS, but have trouble adjusting to staying in a cage for such a long time and learning to trust people again. I am really a funny little character who needs someone to understand my problems and give me love and time to adjust. Remember... you can spay your cat for $5.00! ( 2453 E. Main St., Quincy 283-5433