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Re er Arts & Entertainment ,~'~,e~ ~ug 29, 200! 13B County Arts be provided by Snake Oil. Quincy Nat- Snake Oil, consisting of the Present the finalsubtle, passionate and power- Summer Series ful vocals of Susie Wilson ac- Aug. 30, at 6:30 companied by Johnny Walk- with the er on harmonica, and Hank Market of the Alrich on acoustic guitar, presents the last chance an eclectic blend of styles in in, and be a partthe rural folk blues tradition. of the crowning The series is being made the Quincy Sum- possible with funding provid- Enjoy the ed from Plumas Vision 2020 music and Supervisor Ken Nelson. see your For more information, con- meet the tact the Plumas County Arts Commission at (530) 283-3402 :for the evening will or . I trucks, andmotorcycles. Then, the beeps and roping, driving, "oogas" of horns will drown 'shopping-- Indianout the music momentarily, it all for Labor Day when poker run participants Sept. 1. take off around the valley to willbe hopping Stampfli Lane and through r show, rock and roll Crescent Mills. girls and A barbecue feast will wel- fun, too. come them back to the tavern. in the valley has Meanwhile, dust will be fly- merchant sales ing over at the Silver Buckle second Indian Rodeo Grounds, where cow- Hunt offers a boys and cowgirls are invited sale bonanza, to practice their team roping begins with skills with members of the In- the Grange Hall dian Valley Riding and Rop- at 7 a.m. ing Club. hunt be- For more information a.m. Maps will be about the car show and poker at most Indian Val- run, call Debbie Allen at 284- nesses by Friday, 7622or 284-9985. For more information at the Taylorsville about the merchants' sales will pro- events, the Indian Valley music to Treasure Hunt and other ac- hopping, and tivities, call the Indian Valley at 11 a.m. in Chamber of Commerce at 284- lot, with cars, 66,33. and phone number, the grade you were in, the name and lo- to enter the cation of the school you were and Feather Pub- attending and how old you essay contest has were at the time. Sept. Anyone 16 years old now, or Writing as the parent of a tone or all of the fol- child who is attending or did by writing a attend a California public essay about the school is eligible. Vho changed your Six regional finalists from him or her around the state will win recognition at the$2,500 each, to be awarded at a ceremony in Sacramento. the teacher that Teachers nominated in essays life, your out- will be invited to reunite with your mind to a students there. your pas- The essay contest is spon- 'ou through a sored by CalTeach, an organi- made you ex- zation with the ultimate goal of trying to place 11,000 teach- can be a class- ers in classrooms by the end coach, coun- of 2001, in part by communi- professional or eating the excitement and who is personal rewards of being a in a Cali- teaching professional; and to school at any generate inquiries to the Cal- through high Teach Web site, 800 line and offices. how this teacher Essays must be received by at the time and Indian Valley Editor Alicia Higbee no later than Friday, should be typed Sept. 14, at the Indian Valley rleatly and should Record, P.O. Box 469, name, address, Greenville, CA 95947. exbedence wlUm Social Secur SSl cases at all levels of appeal YOU ARE AWARDED BENEFITS DISABILITY totally disabled and expect to be out of months or more, you may merit Social Disability even if you've been previously Any reason may qualify: accident, physical illness, on-the-job or off-the- Laws are being tightened. Qualified is critical. Disability Associates can take your case to every level, including court. Call for FREE consultation (775) 825-1616 1-888-825-1616 se habla espafiol IISABILITY ASSOCIATES ! Members of the group Snake Oil are performing Thursday Johnny Walker, Susie Wilson and Hank Alrich. at the Photo submitted Farmers' Market in Quincy. From loft they include Music program, he performs with ,.am the Bob Drake Latin Jazz continued from page 12B SLlml/lOr Concert Series, asso- tinted with the Plumas Coun- think," he said. ty :\rts Commission; Porch Satterfield doesn't just play Sv;ing: Secret Mountain music, but spends time ar- Rangers; Tecnoprisoners; Dr. ranging his own works :\1- ,h,if Kepp]~,'~ Itospice Benefit though he's a little shy aboul Group: the Trash Gordon discussing it, the ~xcitten Hand (occasionally/ the Jeff work does hold a special Pershing Band (occasionally): place, and as the assistant director Satterfield also finds time to of the Ouincv ,Jr. Sr. High plav publicly. Besides tlu' tip S h ~l lazz Bared coming benefit for the ho~pi(:~' ' .... .~,1~x ' '~ Residential Care for Children FOSTER PARENTS Office: (530) 283-3330 Lic. #320316037 Great Room. Great Rate. l , ..,.,F''''" [ - _ Per Night Sun-Thur !Ase fox susx~ Hotel/Casino ]~ 4711 ww* ~lverdub corn i Vidor~on (,q~0re ~ ~po~ i 6tro~ [tom ~he Nugget was the teacher who chan, Answer this (luesti()n in a 300 word essay about a classroom instructor, a coach, counselor, health professional or school administrator who is currently working in a California puMic school at any grade level through high school. Tell us how this teacher affccte(t you at the time and how you are affected today. Ycaur ent shouM inchtde.. The grade you were in, the name and location of the school you were attending and how old you were at the time. Your name, address and telephone number. Eligibility: You must Ix: over 16 years old nov," or writing as the parent of a child who is attending or did attend a California public school. Mail Essays to: Indian Valley Record P O Box 469 Greenville, CA 96947 Sponsored by New California Media and Feather put)lishing Co. A_merJca' .rrifi-]l filnn te ca y y,, S romantic comedv! Ih'~wm ItoIte lift ~%~MII%(iTI)% N}~| ~ Sweeih-garts Julia Roberts (" ,'IIEVOLUTION COLUMBIA " , _,. Billy Crystal Sunday, Sept. 2nd We return to our fall schedule Movies nightly at 7:00 pm Friday & Saturday 7:00 & 9:00 (Approx.) Monday Led/es Ni H ~ht 2 for $9.00 Wednesday Couples' Night 2 for $9.58 Adults ............. $6,00 Children ............ $4.00 Students & Seniors ............ $5.00 OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK rHElllRE email: ththeat[ 283-1140 469 Main St., Quincy, CA A non-profit corporation bringing entertainment to the community.