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Feather River Bulletin Wednesday, Aug. 22, 2012 3A rmers mar r=ngs "val, mosp ere reenville t young man is ready for school. Are you? School is right around the corner: Give the student in your house all the tools they need, starting with a complete eye exam! Call us today to schedule your appointment. Don't forget our 25% off Sunglass Frame sale. Jeff Hahn of the Rolling J Ranch Garden in Genesee harvests in preparation for the farmers' markets at Lupine's in Greenville Saturday, Aug. 25, and Saturday, Sept. 1. There will be another market Saturday, Sept. 8, at the community center just two doors away from Lupine's on Highway 89. Photos by Victoria Robbennolt FRIDEN OPTOMETRY FAMILY EYE CARE CONTACT LENSES Jonathan Friden, O.D. 68 Central Ave. Quincy,283-2020 Complete vision and eye care, Optometrists and Ophthalmologists on staff, Vision and Eye examinations, treatment of eye disease, cataract surgery, foreign body removal, threshold visual field analysis, contact lenses, glasses (large selection of inexpensive to designer eyewear), low vision aids for the visually impaired, and vision therapy for learning related vision problems. Alicia Knadler the center of Greenville will Indian Valley Editor host the markets, from 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. Inside Lupine's there will be Those who love homegrown special sales, a big pot of pr6diace and 'tl~0s'~ i' who healthy. soup with~sandwich- enjdY' shof)pin ' nd visiting es and other lunchtime snacks with others are invited out madeto order. for three consecutive farmers' Rose's salsas of local markets in Greenville renown will also be available, beginning Saturday, Aug. 25, including tomatillo, mango through Saturday, Sept. 8. and red. For the first two farmers' There will be a chance give- markets, vendors are asked away at the Saturday, Sept. 1, to make donations in lieu farmers' market, for a $100 gift of booth fees, with proceeds certificate good for shopping going to the Digging In at Lupine's, where tickets are Gardening Program at the In- available for donations of $1 dian Valley Community Cen- each or $5 for six. ter. Those interested in selling Lupine's on Highway 89 in at these first two markets may call 284-1973 or email The final farmers' market Saturday, Sept. 8, will be at the Indian Valley Community Cente,~ust a few sh0rt steps away from Lupine's. The final market will be in conjunction with the All Cultures Day festival. Kids involved with the community garden and the Digging In Program at the community center will be on hand at this event. To participate during the All Cultures Day farmers' market, those interested may call 284-1406 or send an email to indianvalley join QHS Trojan Boosters Club on Back to School Night Thurs Aug. 30 and receive 1 free pasta dinner: 5 - 7 pm (plus 5 free s/ices of pizza at our concessions throughout the year) With your $25 Membership you will help our Trojan Boosters Club to: Contribute funds to all sports programs for a variety of expenses including equipment, uniforms & travel Assist with costs for student group activities & field trips Fund and organize Sober Grad night " Grant scholarships to qualified QHS Seniors of Club Members Provide additional monetary help for teachers & classrooms Volunteerll PleaSe let us know if you are available to volunteer time, cooking and/or items for Boosters fundraising and QHS events. Please contact Brenda Roccucci at 283-7345 ext. 7102 for more information. III Small or large jobs Grading Drainage Roadbase Culver work Paving Removal of asphalt or concrete Call today for a free estimate Hours: Mon-Fri 8am-5pm 747 Lee Rd Quincy. 283-2871 September 9th Baked goods should be delivered to Yvonne at the Quincy Fire Dept. 9/6 or 9/7 between 7am and 3pm. Goods should be labeled for sensitive consumers. (example; apple strudel: no wheat, no nuts triple chocolate brownies w/walnuts) Bring your best brownies, epic pies, muffins, cakes, candies It's all for Steve! For more information, find us on Facebook at Steve Tolen Community Appreciation Benefit! Contact Katie Schmid for more details at 283-2726 or email: Not a baker but would like to help out? We need people to help staff the bake sale table between 7am and 8pro. Call Katie! [ ar & Orill Wine Dinner 5-course gourmet dinner with special wine pairings, Friday, August 31, 7:30 p.m. Tres 5abores Winer3 Enjoy flavorful artisan wines from winemaker/owner Julie Johnson, one of the original founders of Frog's Leap Winery. Savor Tres Sabores wines crafted organically certified grapes grown on the small family ranch on the western Rutherford Benchland in Napa Valley and from Farina Vineyards on Sonoma Mountain. Award-winning Chef Sean Conry has expertly paired Tres Sabores wines with complementary savory dishes for a palate-pleasing menu. Join us for a relaxed evening withfine wine, food and friends. Limited Seating Reservations Required 836-1111 402 Poplar Valley Rd Graeagle Complimentar3 shuttle service home upon request. Visit ~or special events.