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]ressive, ~Pr~ressive. Record. Reporter Entertainment News Wednesday, Oct. t7, 2001 118 Elementary School joined in the fun right along aPPearances at schools around Plumas County, thanks to PTA, for a special performance in that community. with students as the Banana Slug String Band the Plumas County Arts Commission and the Even their name was funny to these they were encouraged to say "hello" in guages. youngsters, as n variety of lan- i i Photos by Victoria Metcalf What kind animal has a big nose, stands about ~ foot tall and has big antlers? A moose1 Students cried out in response as one of the Banana Slug String Band mem- bers put n set of goofy brown antlers on Ms hoed and began a silly song. Younger students absolutely enjoyed themselves with the Banana Slug String Band. From Santa Cruz, the hand has been performing for 17 years. / Slug String Band may have a silly sounding name, but they're most cer- when it comes to winning awards. The recording, "Goin' Wild," was two national awards: the Association for independent Music's Indie for best children's album, and the National Park Service Audio Interpre- Award. ED Plumas County 711 E. Main St. (on top of Cemetery Hill) Quincy 283 -6316 Counseling service & main office 283-6111 prevention a third.Made happy to par- . sing-a-long s Introduced by Slug String HALL THEATRE 283-1140 "b Individ Credentmled aehers Call today ..... packet.- 6