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14B Wednesday, Sept, 26, 2001 Bulletin, Progressive, I~ecord, 1~ #ogres Photo by klicia t4igbee Practicing for a tea party, Angle Dalton pours tea for little Audrey Tucker, who sits on the lap of her gran mother, Centella Tucker. The Pink and Blue Tea Saturday, Oct. 6, will benefit the crusade against breast and prostate cancer. The Longaberg "Horizon of Hope" basket below, complete with a 2001 Hope charm and a pink "Hope's Garden" candle, will be one of the many prizes given away during the tea. El Greenville Rotary Club The basket features a lin- members are entering the ing of patterned pink fabric crusade against breast and and a 2001 Hope charm. prostate cancer with a Pink The candle features the and Blue Tea Saturday, Oct. light scent of "Hope's Gar- 6, from 2- 5 p.m. den." Angle and Richard Dalton For tea, there will be fresh are hosting the event at salmon and cucumber sand- their Greenville Bed and wiches, egg salad and dill breakfast, the Yorkshire sandwiches and scones with House. preserves and clotted Several prizes will be giv- cream. en away during the event, There will also be a selec- including a renowned tionoffine teas, of course. Longaberg basket and can- An $8 donation is request- dle. ed of participants. Club member Centella For tickets or more infer- Tucker bought the basket mation, call Orie Cardin at and candle, knowing that 283-6242, Angle Dalton at the company donates a per- 284-1794 or Centella Tucker tion of their proceeds to at 284-6328. breast cancer research. hiding places. If you don't, Why the terrorists attacked tot, who gave an excellent then some of your innocentdoesn't matter. That they did presentation on the history of continued from page 11B people will die. We'll do it be- attack is whatmatters, our involvement in the Mid- upour national anthem, I cause we're angry." Let's not be distracted bydle East across the decades could find only a handful of Do I have the belly to over- trying to figure out why the and much more. children that were notfacing come any moral qualms that I terrorists do what they do-- The handouts and open the American flag. It made me may have aboutkilling inno- that will just make us forget question and answer periods feel proud and angry with cent people.., or about our that we're angry, wifll each member of the pan- theterrorists, people shedding their own I want to stay angry. Hello el gave us all a chance to ask I condemn the attitude of blood in awar against terror- Anger, my old friend, some important questions those Americans who will ism? Beth Watson and get honest answers. hate any person who still Yes, I do. Quincy I am told that the evening wears the clothing traditional We wouldn't have the great was videotaped. I sincerely of his or her country or who country that we do now if Good job, Munoz hope the college will share it happens to have been born of many innocent people hadn't I want to commend Joseph with students and community Afghani blood, died. You anti-war protesters? Munoz and the panel mere- members alike. This same In general, the Afghani peo- llove you as Americans. bers he invited to speak at the presentation would most like- ple hate the Talibanand doBut, please go back to your Feather River College Forum ly fill the Town Hall Theatre not support terrorist action, narrow, unenlightened self- last Thursday evening. It was if given some good PR. Unfortunately, though, interests, just what 1 needed in order to Doris Livingston Afghanistan is where many of I won't be impressed by put some things into perspec- Crescent Mills the terrorists live today, your protests. I'm far tootire regarding the New War. I say to the Afghani people, busy trying to focus on being A special thanks to Dr. "Givethem up. Show us their angry. Heaney, FRC history instruc- sept. 11, 2ool. Alexander Green The next presentation of Nashville--at the the Plumas County Arts Corn- Musicians Fest in mission's Words & Music on(where his Wednesday, Oct. 3, at the the attention Crescent Hotel in Crescentself), Santa Barbara Mills,hosts special musical South Carolina, guest Alexander Green who tling in Hawaii. is visiting the Sierra from the This extraordinarY "Big Island" of Hawaii. was brought to the But Green began his jour- of PCAC by Doris and ney from much farther reach- Livingston, who es of the globe. Hearrived in on Green's tc the United States from while they were Siberia, Russia. Big Island. Thanks to Alexander Nakrochine, as connection, the hewas known in Russia, first sion was fortunate came to the United States as secure a date with part of a guitar trio,"Nikolai hiscurrent visit to the Svishov's Electro-Acousticland. Band," from Novosibirsk. Valerie Ridenour, During theirtour of Ameri-tainment critic for the ca, these three superlative da newspaper Key West, Russian guitarists played ments on Green's withsome of the finest musi- ship in a Jan. 1999 clans in America, including haveheard raves Chet Atkins, MarkKnopfler likes of Harold Bradley and Larry Carlton. Chet Atkins (whom Green's music encompass- notes as a primary es many styles, including Praise doesn't come any Hawaiian slack key,jazz, er .... Thisyoung man swing, bossa nova, blues, rag- that exalted league... I time, Latin, rock and roll, that there is a better samba and contemporary in-player in the country strumentals. He excels in in- now." novative and dynamic The featured acoustic instrumentals ac-are followed by an open companied by percussion section wherenew and that uses theneck, top. and Jar artists arf body of the guitar, creating a share their original high level of energy and ex- with a very receptive citement, ence. No-host beverages Some other techniques in snacks will be provided his bag of tricks include:alter- ries co-sponsor, the nate tunings; tapping, finger; Hotel. flat and sweep-picking; asAdmission for this well asharmonics, evening of Words & Green blends this irtuoso$5 per personat the door. guitar playing with a vocal ceeds are used to pay quality that hasbeen re- fees and promotionalex viewed as "smooth and seam- es for the evening's less." He has only the faintest tion. accent belying his RussianAll presentations of origins, which merely adds to &Music in all county the charm of this engaging- tions are sponsored bY performer. Plumas County Green has performed in sion. For more Key West, Boston, New York, call 263-3402. of the Plumas County Museum Odd and Unusual Artifacts Here's this week's Ioo one of the treasures normally on display at Plumas County Our featured artifact pottery. It is ly 6" tall by 4" in ter. What is it, what used fo ? The answer be in next week's you think you know it is, call the museum 283-6320. Last week's swer: It is a soap di! made from soft stone. was found many years on Hopkins Creek. ed by Scott Graeagle. Gall Brown Westwood Editor The 10th Annual Chili Cook-off, held Saturday, Sept. 15, on the grounds of Chuck's Railroad Room in Westwood was a great success. "suspect" out. ceived a photo in jail as a souvenir. Jones said children loved going on the brought to town by and Vicky Moya. "It was excellent," said tainmentTor children Shirley Jones, president of ed face painting by the the Chimney Fund and Ways wood cheerleaders and and Means director of Theta with Smokey Bear Nu, which co-sponsored the rived with a US Forest event with Chuck's. "We had vice vehicle. CDF a really good crowd and it also were present. was more of a family turnout Jason Brecht of than in previous years." also entertained with A mock jail allowed people flame throwing, with the to put someone away for of RobinDittman. awhile. The idea was to The winneroftheh0/hV "bribe" the sheriff to have fie was Mary Shaw of the someone arrested. After being Area. Shaw had come t, in "jail" for some time anoth- cook-off as a Theta Nu er friend could pay to bail the ber to help.