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Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter Wednesday, Sept. 26, 2012 9B G ift of M usic season finale to be held Saturday Donnell's MusicLand and the Gift of Music Program will host local performers Jeff Pershing and the Tribal Fu- sion Belly Dancers will enter- tain at Downtown Farms in Greenville for the Gift of Mu- sic season finale, Saturday, Sept. 29. Pershing's gift -- a work- shop -- will begin at 3 p.m. Local musicians are invited to learn the skills they need to join and play in a rock band. The picnic potluck and Per- shing's first show of the evening will begin at 5 p.m. Turkey, chips, hot dogs, and fixings will be provided, along with non-alcoholic beverages. Locfil musician Jeff Pershing, left, and the Tribal Fusion Belly Dancers, above, will perform for the Gift of Music season finale at Downtown Farms in Greenville on Saturday, Sept. 29. Photos submitted Everyone is asked to bring a potluck dish to share and personal beverages of choice. Pershing will bring his full five-piece band, all well known in Plumas county for their happy style of dance mu- sic featuring rock, blues, eth- nic, and original tunes. Belly dancers will perform about 5:30 p.m. There will be a break at 6:30, with a final show from 7 - 9 p.m., when a no-host bar to benefit the Taylorsville Com- munity Grange will open. Those under 21 will be asked to leave unless accompanied by a parent. Downtown Farms in Greenville is behind Plumas Bank in a pocket between Main Street and Highway 89. The entrance is behind the Greenville Sheriff's Substa- tion on Highway 89. Although this will be the fi- nal Gift of Music concert for 2012, plans are in progress for next year. Call program director Jim McBeen for information at 284-1689. A change of note There will be no alcoholic beverages served at the bar until after the first show of the concert is finished at 6:30 pm. All ages are welcome to at- tend before that time. A full, no-host bar will open at 7 p.m., with all of the pro- ceeds going to benefit the Tay- Iorsville Community Grange. Only those 21 and older may attend after 7 p.m., unless ac- companied by an adult. ashion show fundraiser set for 0 :t. 6 Mohawk Community Re- source Center presents its fourth annual "Fall into Fash- ion" at Longboard's Restau- rant in Blairsden on Satur- day, Oct. 6. No-host cocktails begin at 11:30 a.m. with the silent auction. The luncheon and the show will begin at 12:30. Tickets, $25, are available at The Queen Bee, The Millworks, The Outpost and at the Mo- hawk Community Resource Center (at the corner of high- ways 89 and 70). Talented pianist Randy Pritchard will provide special music, while friends and neighbors model beautiful fall and winter fashions, jewelry, and accessories provided by local stores. In addition to the beautiful fashions and jewelry, there are some exciting silent auc- tion items -- just in time for the holidays. This event has become a don't-miss tradition. The fundraiser benefits the resource center, which is more important than ever. The coun- ty has helped support the cen- ter over the last several years, but cannot continue to provide the same level as in the past. Support your local commu- nity resource center and pur- chase a ticket for this fabu- lous event. The Mohawk Community Resource Center is a service of Plumas Rural Services (PRS). For more information on MCRC, PRS and their re- sources and services, visit or call 836-0446. Judy Lullo looks set to sink the putt in this sporty ensemble. Photo submitted Need help REPLACING or REPAIRING'. DOORS TRIM WINDOWS PLUMBING ROOFING ELECTRICAL If it's something we can't fix, weql find somebody who can. SINCE 1984 i General Building Contractor Calif. Lic. #453927 (530) 283-2035 00.HsUSgVarncnea That Produces Quality Results Chainsaw 24, 28, or 32" bar (Your choice) Model XP365 $695* Low weight and high a Model: XP365 power combined with rugged engine, making this saw exceptionally versatile in the most demanding conditions. * FINANCING AVAILABLE! Rusty Warren's 283-2226 507 Bell Lane, Quincy Open Mon.-Sat. 9am - 6pm 00ppetizerz th your government ID, starting t 3 p.m. until close Six house-made ales on tap I:uli bar Lunch and dinner 7 days a week