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=,4s weonesaay, UCt. b, ,,'olo Bulletin, Progressive, Record, Reporter sals The High Sierra Community Youth Orchestra is launching its season with its first rehearsal this afternoon at 3:30 p.m. at the Quincy Junior-Senior High School band room. Photo courtesy of High Sierra Community Youth Orchestra The High Sierra Communi-few rehearsals so they can be are welcome to attend, through a grant from Plumas ty-Youth Orchestra is rosin- "auditioned" and placed into The High. Sierra Communi-Arts and sponsorship of the ing bows and blowing hornsappropriate chairs within ty Youth Orchestra is spon- Central Plumas Recreation to invite you to join its musi- the orchestra. All instru-sored by the Central Plumas District. cal family, mentalists are invited. The Recreation District and Face The orchestra's first con- The Fall 2010/Winter 2011 orchestra is currently seek- the Music Studio. The or-curt will be at the county season starts Wednesday, ing: violins, violas, cellos, chestra is directed by courthouse in December for Oct. 6. Rehearsals will bebasses, flutes, clarinets,Johnene McDonald, who is the annual county potluck. held at the Quincy Junior-Se- oboes, bassoons, trumpets,also the founder of the or- The orchestra will also per- tiler High School band room trombones, French horns, chestra and the Quincy form the first Sunday of May Wednesdays from 3:30 to 4:50 tubas and percussionists. All Stringed Instrument pro- 2011 for the eighth annual p.m. everyweek, intermediate to advanced gram. The Quincy Stringedspring concert. Interested musicians are musicians, fifth- to 12th-Instrument Program was "If you are a closet musi- encouraged to attend the first grade students, and adultsfounded in January 1987 clan and haven't played your instrument for years but are interested in playing again, this is an excellent opportu- Eighth Annual nity to dust off your horn and join an enthusiastic group of friendly musicians," said Mc- Sat., Oct. 16 -- starts at 4pm Plumas-Sierra Fairgrounds 204 Fairgrounds Rd., East Quincy LIVE MusIc EVENING & RAFFLE PRIZES RV parking aVailable - Contact Fairgrounds 530-283-6272 s20/person with toy s30/couple with toy BBQ meal included ~ Serving 5- 7pm BEER & WINE BAR & SHOTS RSVP for meals, contact Helen 530-283-4656 FREE Shuttle Bus qee Party? Event? ? Publicize your happening on our special Are you having a ... Halloween Donald. Th se interested in attend- ing the rehearsals or who have questions can contact Johnene Mc Donald at 283-1471. Need CONSTRUCTION SINCE 1984 General Building Contractor Calif. Lic. #453927 (530) 283-2035 mp The California Depart- ment of Fish and Game is again holding a national ontest to select the artwork for its 2011 - 12 upland game bird stamp. T " he winning entry will be reproduced on the 2011 Cali- fornia Upland Game Bird Stamp, which is required for hunting migratory and resi- dent upland game birds in California, and will be avail- able to the public as col- lectible limited edition prints. The contest is open to all U.S. residents age 18 and over. Original artwork will be accepted from Oct. 25 un- til the Nov. 19 contest dead- line. Entries may be in any medium, but must feature the wild turkey (Meleagris gallopavo, Rio Grande sub- species) and must depict a pair (male and female). If background detail is included in the design, it must be accurate and rep- resentative of a natural Do you like to get on stage and become someone you're not? Do you like to make an audience laugh, cry or want to leave it begging for more? Can you sing, even a bit? Then there is a group specifi- cally made to showcase your talent. The Susanville Repertoire Company is having tryouts for its 2011 season between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 9, and Saturday, Oct. 16. Come to the second floor above Su- sanville Real Estate Office in Uptown Susanville. Access is on Lassen Street across from J & J Performing Arts Studio. Look for the banner. ' The company begins its third year providing drama, comedy and music to the com- munity, and each year the troupe holds open auditions for the public. Auditions are for the 2011 season with rehearsals for the February show starting in late October, early November. SRC has planned to do a minimum of four shows in 2011 and is already making Ioween pa a habitat in California. Upland game stamps, like hunting licenses, are valid from July i through June 30 of the following year. DFG sells about 200,000 upland game bird stamps annually. The money generated from stamp sales can only be spent on upland game bird- related conservation pro- jects, the creation of hunting opportunities, and outreach and education. In addition tb the stamps, DFG typicaBy issues signed, limited edition prints that are valued by art collectors. The upland game bird stamp contest will be judged by a panel of experts in the fields of ornithology, wildlife conservation, art and printing. winning artist will be select- ed during a public judging event to be held in early December. For contest information and entry forms, visit the DFG website at repe plans for its 2012 season. You will be asked to showoff your acting skills and relate any other talents that would be beneficial to the company such as set building, singing, marketing and writing. Members of the company are not required to be in every show but need to have time to commit to helping in at least two productions a year. For two weekends in Febru- ary, Feb. 11 - 12 and Feb. 18 - [ 19, SRC will perform its first dramatic production, "Shop at Sly Corner." ! In May, the troupe will per- f" form its annual murder mys- tery dinner, have a variety show in July and present a show to get you in the holiday spirit with a rendition of "It's a Wonderful Life" in Novem- ber 2011. You must be of high school J age to be in the troupe. Spe- cial auditions will be held for children tobe in.the produc- tion of "It's a Wonderful Life." Contact Jon France at 310- 3417 if you have questions. in It's fall again in PlumasGuitar Woody and the Boil- County and that means it's ers will fill the night air with time for the 31st annual Hal- some of the best music out- loween Party in Sloat. The al- side of Reno, Nev. They have ways successful, entertaining been a favorite at ,this event and a little bit scary event for many years. You will be will take place Oct. 23 at 8:30 dancing all night. p.m. at the Sloat Towne Hall. Because organizers want This is an adult-only party; folks to be safe and still enjoy there is a full bar with reason- themselves, they will have a able prices and happy, but shuttle bus provided by strange bartenders, lots of com- Plumas Transit for $5 per pel:- plimentary food (eat if you son. The bus will take people dare) and great costumes prizes from Quincy to Sloat and donated by local merchants, back and, if the response is You will see some of the good enough, organizers will best costumes around, mostly provide one to and from the home-made, and the black" Portola area as well. Call ear- lights in the hall make them ly for reservations: Linda at glow. The admission is $10. 836-2805 or Sara at 836-1762. ~Y:~! ,:~ .... Take me ho e -~:._ oyght now Friends of Plumas County Animal Shelter is giving a $25 voucher B Q~$to help offset the cost to spay or neuter when you adopt a pet from the shelter! eet~ett Hagen: $ Lab-pit mix, 10 month old "Annie" is Rose's the Rott's sister. She's-an American Rott . cross. She's about 4 yrs old and has a little less white'hair than her sister. unaltered I~@ male'Heloves everyone and "~. everything' Blonde, rides well [I~e in vehides. She needs a Good dog[ fenced yard. "$" HALLOWEEN PAGE IoKo on the with FREE color! IW" I Shelter hours are Monday and Friday 8am-5pm, Wednesdays 10-7pm, closed l:2pm for I IB- lunch and closed weekends Plumas Animal Services charges o $10 fee and license fees are Oct. 27 " ' . . Publishes Wed, Oct 20 & 27 I D $5peryeor. An officer will dellver a pet to the adopting party's veterinary of cholce to have j v the animal altered in completion of the adoption requirement. For more information, call J Qe=~@~ 283-3673 or visit ~ =,@O. I~:[- _ ._~. -~;~- ] t Pet & Feed Store I'i" Callyour advertising representative today! I' ol - 283-9605 QUINCY PORTOLA CHESTER/GREENVILLE I ,el - 362 Crescent St., Quincy J Qm .-~~J Nutrena" "next tO Feather River Fimess/ I e.D0- 283-0800 832-4646 258-3115 ' ! 1 rwu a Ul RJUb W j-Be OPEN SATURDAYS FOR ADOPTIONS ONLY 10am-2pm = p-