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Bulletin, Recordk Progressive, Reporter Wednesday, Oct. 17, 2012 13B "Wadi~active Man" and "Running With ~issor~" disldmJ, tw~ of mamj, creal'ive costume ideas spotted at the annua~ ~loat Ha~c~ee~ Fatty. ~oI:o submitted: Words& Music returns for season, Portola starts off' its new time we work together- to herspirRedb ssplaying. Season ofWords & Music the breathe life:- imo a time. Our Ben- Harsto -- busy general next: day, F day, Oc.t ].9, at idea is to get: away from this contractor in Graeagle, tl e Williain HOU, e High- mod n age of. pr -. pacRag i former lead ptayer with the lo-i 70 ri 't acro,the high, entertainm, mt get to cal. grottp The- Whiskey Dents . way fi' mDo:ll rff'a M, arRet, the da s wher people justand a.lso part. of the trio Doo open at 7 p.m, G.uests hung out o:n. the b eR porch Benny, Penny & Dude, joined; may bring their hever- and! create their own joyftll in early 2012 as the- energetic ages: saael s Admission is: noise," guitar: pla er and singer. . thedo r:Mcz e:h ins a Band members .ave: Open stage: follows the: Chris Stanton, --f-am.i, featured set. Any aspiring po-: The feature: 'artist: for the' ly doctor; longtim resident of ets, musicians:, storytellers evening w,i11 be local, favorite Portola, now worl Spin'ks:, actors: or performers are en- Code Bluegrass:. enthusiastic banj ieker and e:our ged to sign up at the: groug of'friends playing s inger-- and hurt of re,tarry do:or for a five- to seven-: f0roar friendsv --thaWs how banjo jokes, minute time slot. All music mem-hers of Code: Blue- Laura AshRin -- Chats Sta - perfb.rmances must be; rass aeethemseive a t they, ton's: wife, p rt,time lih ry acoustic: only. Original work, love:gettingto era sha assistant, avid dohro gl:a ,er is er courag d', but not re-: tu their sie: with the. corn, and singer; -and: .muther to quire munity. The onpp ay most,the rest of the band= Words & M us:ic ha.s been: ly aditiom I, with. Bob Cm by -- retire& Cali br u to audiences county- ame old-time rid.die t fbrnia state park ra, nge now wide aince 1999 by Plumas tl o.wn im M,c nherz s :a- ted living in Portola;. veteran ffff- Arts. Portola Words- & M sic: me ,m in to: pl pm=e tiler; guitm:; mandolin olaf- ia produced in partnership: f0rtheirWordr &: usic:gigin time banj pla e singer with the city of Portola. For Portola: many yem's lot- yodeler: more information contact er, they eh in too much Carol Canby -- retired Plumes: Arts at 283-3 02, fun to. stol banker and stealth, j0 ester, of cheer the Web at till feel: a thrill each keeps the group together with, plumasarts.or . 1: an& e imation staiT to p y, ft r Ka J y remain in the:- woriff0rce. The ItCs: time for the 33rd annu- Hall for the Halloween hal>- Chlldiza l ior . Stitaemi program a-ls,seet s tu gro-. at Towne Hall Hal- pening, Pro an:. m tequality education>and: loween Party. "The Reekers" The event is the only fltigend ar . to:lo- c re:, for" your g children- irf wili: be playing a variety of fundraiser for the: Sloatca-l: residents who. work di-- Plmnas County. Eligibte par: classic roekand blues for par-. Towne Hall, which the with ch 2 trm wire. re- ticipamsmay opt:f0ran acad- tygoers to dance to. community hall for the. Long cei v ed mmion: a et, ca e emic or longevity stipend. The party, is set to kick off Valley Community Ser ices s .te auhsd l~ools~ Stipenflsare projected to. he SatuJ:day, Oct. 27; at 8:30 p.m. District. arid/or with ak home e re. Sg per college: ctass: with a Admission is- $I0 per person. It serves as a: public meet, /a'o id.e who is tm 't of tl e max, imum of $ :00 fbr two The-pm-t . is- for adults: 2I and ing place, year round. Built- in. EamRy Ca e- 15am Ed-- classes in the academic year . over onlLy and ID is: required: the 1980s the haU is: used: for ucatio N woH : Longevity s ipend fur E.CE Organizers. encourage every- classes, parties, Ap.ylic mu t he li-. workers, w, ho ha v,e reached: one:- to wear creative cos-meetings, dances; weddings- Othe = specific re- the:it hiF est lev, el: on- the: tumes. Local merchants have and more, It is- open to the= qui ment far -gm-ticigants Child Development Permit dona-tedL many great prizes public and may be reserved: are a=vailahle from tbe Matrix are- estimated: at $100 forthe best costumes this; bycailing8.36 }330. Pluma g .m y atior :& years, in year: For more information, visit. Ckild Com eiL Contael=the worl force and: $ 150 for 10 As always:, there is also Alli pro-. JhyeeSemggs.at2B l}; em. continuou years Final cal; offreef0od:.and a no-host bar, ceeds- from the ttalloween culation of- the stipends- will Guests: will be amazed, say Party will fund the upkeep The Sti Pmg!:an be determined by, the avail-. organizers, at the transfiar= and maintenance of the h-is- intea clJe tu able fimds- and: number of marion of the Sloat Towne torie hall. pm:t. for chilt[ care t ruv ders proga anparticipants ere fn the' World? Lester" Premoc stop i rr losland, durin trip: from Lorrdm to New York last month. Other, in Greenland; Newfoundland; Cornwall andl Eo: tlam visit: to: Ireland: was: canceded: m gal fo:rce wind --"The North Atlantic lived: up to its; reputation-an this trip," said Fremo. ,' F E L L i'Ct,Event i' I: H l IT r