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Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter Wednesday, Aug. 27, 2014 15B Lori and Lilyann Hahn displhy the season&apos;s bounty. This year's Greenville Community Market is et for this weekend. Photo submitted II Market features Indian Valley artisans : It's that time of the year again: the Greenville Community Market is set for .this Saturday. Local Indian Valley residents will be there {o sell their garden harvests, handmade goods and crafts.  ' Everyone is welcome between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 30, at Lupines Natural Foods on Highway 89 in Greenville. Fresh veggies, fall plants, skin care items, handmade crafts, homemade products and much more will be available. Live music will be provided by the Plumas County Usual Suspects, and Lupines will offer a healthy lunch. The Greenville Community Market is sponsored by The Sierra Farmstead, which sponsors the Digging In program at the Greenville and Quincy ele:mentary schools. For more information call 284-1973. Blood donors can win new car ! "It went faster, and it's more private." That was Krissie Bednarski's take on -United Blood Services' new 'interview process for blood donors. Bednarski, a donor for the past four years, made the comment at the last .Quincy Community Blood Drive in June. QuIncy's next drive is scheduled for Tuesday, Sept. 2, from noon to 6 p.m. at The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints on the corner of Bucks Lake Road and Bellamy Lane next to the hospital. Local drive coordinator Susan Christensen said that -<lnarski's comment wasn't the only positive eedback she heard about the new , process. "Another donor told me the new process is" absolutely wonderful," she added, "and those were his words!" Because donors themselves now answer Interview questions on computers provided by the UBS staff, the entire Interview process goes more quickly. "People donate because they want to contribute to the well-being of the community," Christensen said, ,but there's an added Incentive this time, All donors will he entered into a drawing for a 2014 Toyota Corolla LE PI us." Anyone who wants to donate can cfll Christensen at 283-2424 or go onlIne at Bloodhero.o,m to schedule an appoinlaent Online, the sponsor cede is "Quincy." Walk-ins are always welcome; all donors should eat a good meal prior to giving blood and need to hringm. Fashion show returns to benefit Piumas nrts The Fractured Fashionistas Fashion Show returns to the Quincy Vets Hall on Oct. 11. The no-host bar opens at 6:30 p.m., followed by the show 7:30- 9:30. Tickets are $20 at the door. "Three famous designers bring to Quincy a stunning, entertaining runway show of costumes and fashion for October celebrations," say Organizers, calling it a "must-see, one-of-a-kind event." Designers are Trisha Aitken, of Genesee, offering "reincarnated couture  costumes and fashions; Margie Meeker, of Greenville, with "Margie's menagerie"; and M. Lynn, from Paris, presenting "impressions." This is an adult show, as organizers report that some of the models are not acting theage."  "  : ' ' The show is produced in collaberatJon with Plumas Arts and benefits Plumas Arts. Guests may arrive early for bar, food d boutique shopping. Costumes and fashions rare for sale before, during and after the show. More inJormation is available tYom Trisha Aitken at 284-7480 or Plumas Arts at 293-3402. ! .,9,. KII"rENS & CATS! %qPo" Go to www.catspaws.petfinder.org to see all the cats that need homes! Oge If you have an "un-fil" cat, t her spad N(NL We line Jscemt Ogg certcates for people unable to affd the ost  sm]lq m Ihek ow.. Visit the CAtOUSE - 2453 E.  Quincy Wed-Fri 12-3 or Sat ]1.0-2 or call :)83-5433 AUDREY GRAY & WHITE BABY "FEMALE - MEDIUM ClJUB'Y TORTOISESHELL BABY FEMALE - MEDIUM t BABY  MEDIUM ..:9-. Sl OFF PET FOOD lOIb Imej or larger 89, G=reemviLle * 284-7313 James Reichle Trial Lawyer i 131S0toneAve -Chester I [ zsa-iz I PAWS is a Ixa, non-profit organizalkm ege an by is(tividuai do. ,ge g,  coutdlmtiom are aIwalC.s welcome and are fully lax-deductible. ,ge 4,'- ,..'$. .:e.  / d , [m,i:zing Animals Meiko rides the crowded ferry across Echo Lake after four dog heaven days in Desolation Wilderness. /du ;ic for theatre RC, formiste and the Happy Happy Joy Joy Family Band are joining forceS to make some great music and raise money to save the Town Hall Theatre. The concert will take place in Quincy at Midtown Coffee at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 28, promptly following the farmers" market. Photo courtesy Plumas Arts FIFTY SHADES OF COLOR 262 Main St., Suite #2 * Chester 530-258-2887 * 916-878-1190 Kathy Stevens, Owner I advertised in the Chester Progressive, when I opened my new salon, Fwrv SHADES OF COLOR. Thanks to my ad, I have had lots of calls, new clients and walk-ins. Thank you, Feather Publishing, Inc.! Kathy Stevens, Owner R=COR= CA 258-3115  Westward PmePress 135 Main Street, Chester, CA 258-3115 100 Grand Ave., Susanvil CA 257-5321 NllllU Ilillgl 96 E. Sierra (I-lwy 70), Pol'tol CA 832-4646