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Quincy, California
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October 12, 2011

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Feather River Bulletin Wednesday, Oct. 12, 2011 5A Festival serves* up scarecrows Best friends Mackenzie Brown and Emma Sordi are busy creating a scarecrow to enter in a contest Saturday, Oct. 22, at the Indian Valley Harvest Festival in Greenville. Photo courtesy Sierra Farmstead Calling all scarecrows and zucchini dishes: En- tries are sought for Indian Valley Harvest Festival contests Saturday, Oct. 22, in Greenville. Homemade pies and pas- tries, handcrafted cos- tumes, soaps, jewelry, yarn and other arts and crafts will be for sale, and a variety of local organiza- tions will be on hand to of- teL aL A,.o. Those interested in pre- serving foods might enjoy learning about dry. can- ning, and live music will be provided thanks to a fa- vorite local-band. Children are invited to enter the Create a Scare- crow Contest, and a Fa- vorite Zucchini Dish Con- test will help provide par- ticipants with some new recipes for their prolific squash vines. The event is sponsored by Sierra Farmstead, and will be hosted at the Indian Valley Community Center in Greenville, located on Highway 89 between Lupines and Plumas Bank. For booth applications or other information, call 284-1960 or 284-1973. Special display In honor of National Newspaper Month, Feather Publishing is the featured business for October in the business showcase at Plumas Bank in Quincy. Cathy Williams (left) and ShareU Jaramlllo, of Plumas Bank, gamely sport some of the newspaper hats available as part of the display. Photo by Sherri McConnell , The ~ presents ~ It The Alternators dancc bandI " : ..... ..... ':II ~ Saturday, October 22 ~ Last Night of the Season 9:30pm till Closing. s5 cover. Dinner guests FREE. 836-1111 Now taking reservations for holiday parties, private catering, and our New Year's Eve Gala Celebration. Plumas Pines Golf Resort 402 Poplar Valley Rd., Graeagle +DREss WARM FoR COLD WEATHER I We have lots to choose from ... Wool Socks "Hats Lightweight Jackets Gloves Scarves Flannel Pajamas Slippers Leg Warmers 6 6 [:!:i!i i iii]iii i:i:ili;i!ii B[ ii!i Couple to wed Robert David Gott and Kayla Kristine Johnson Robert David Gott and Kayla Kristine Johnson are pleased to announce their upcoming destination wed- ding. Kayla is the daughter of Scott Johnson, of Quincy, and Gloria (Che') Shannon, of Greenville. Robert is the son of Mark and Melinda Rother and Dave Gott, all of Quincy. Kayla graduated from Plumas Christian School and Robert is a Quincy High School graduate. They make their home in Reno, Nev. The ceremony will take place NOv. 4 on the beach in Canctin, Mexico, with close family and friends in atten- dance. The couple celebrated their engagement with a garden party held at the home of Marilyn Johnson, the bride's grandmother, in August. Meadow Valley Volunteer Fire Dept. Pan00ke Breakfast at 00ea#ow dc00ool00ous00 Saturday, October 15, 2011 ]]me: 7- 11 AM Cost: $8 ($5 children under 8) Proceeds benefit Meadow Valley Fire Dept. Great Northern Hair Co. 458 Main St., Quincy 283-3302 Richard K. Stockton, CLU ChFC, Agent Insurance Uc. #0B68653 Providing Insurance & Financial Services 65 W. Main St., Quincy, CA 95971 (530) 283-0565 Fax (530) 283-5143 WE LIVE WHERE YOU LIVE That's when you can count on State Farm'. I know life doesn't come with a schedule. That's why at State Farm you can always count on me for whatever you need - 24/7, 365. GET TO A BETTER STATE'. CALL ME OR VISIT US ONLINE TODAY. 00St00teF00rm No climbing. No cleaning. No danger. That's Byers. Don't risk your Safety - Byers' LeafGuard takes gutter cleaning off your list forever. Guaranteed to NEVER clog for as long as you own your home, or we'll clean it for FREE. The only seamless, one-piece leaf protection gutter system on the market A complete, patented system - notan add-on screen or cover. Heavy-duty, rustproof aluminum. ' 10 beautiful colors, plus 20 oz. copper. Call for a free consultation and no-obligation estimate 800-977-5323 "He's a smart 'teamed it all from yOUI;O ITISrI yOU, Bad..." Water rolls in. Everythhg else roils right off. GutterSystems Leam more at