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16B Wednesday, Oct. 17, 2012 Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter Participants on a driving tour Oct. 26 can learn how to photograph fall colors in the area. Photo courtesy Lassen National Forest The Almanor Ranger Dis- The tour will begin downcolors are putting on the vehicles to a minimum. Par- trict of the Lassen National Highway 32 to catch the red best show. ticipants are advised to bring Forest will be offering a pho- color of the Indian rhubarb Tour participants will meet a camera (any kind is OK), a tographic driving tour Fri- along the creek early in the at the Almanor Ranger Dis- tripod (optional), lunch, wa- day, Oct. 26. Participants will day. trict office located across ter, warm clothing and a full have the opportunity to view Depending on the show offrom the airport in Chester at tank of gas. fall colors and learn how to color the tour may continue 8 a.m. and return between 3 For more information best photograph trees and fo- down the highway to visit and4p.m, about the tour, contact Bar- liage inthe forest, the lower Deer Creek area Some travel will occur on bara Jackson at 258-2141. Although it's hard to pre- where there are large stands gravel roads so SUVs or Sign-ups with contact infor- dict the best time for viewing of big-leaf maples. Other lo- high-clearance vehicles will mation will be required, as in- fall colors, there is sure to be cations will be added de- be necessary and carpoot- clement weather could cause some great scenery, pending on where the fall ing will keep the number of the tour to be canceled. "Fright Night 2: Retribu-the theme for this year's de- tion" will return to the signers. They have been Plumas-Sierra County Fair- working tirelessly to really grounds on Friday, Oct. 26, ensure the customers see a and Saturday, Oct. 27. whole new bigger and better Creators of the event arescare attraction. excited to show off this The debut of Ghost Town year's themes and props. Paintball should be a spectac- The acts last year that re- ular addition to the family- ceived the most comments friendly games, along with were the masked man with Raising the Dead az d Sand circus master, the chamber Trap. These games are side of lady zombies, Red the attractions offered along with butcher and the devil's hot beverages and food. Quincy breeding pool. Cooking Cottage will catering The creators of Fright the event. Night have made changes this Fright Night plans to help year. The event has been Plumas County schools this moved from the grandstands year, particularly the music to the ag barn. departments. A flyer has been The design has been re- sent out with the kids to color modeled to combine the two and return to the ticket booth. medium attractions into one The committee will then extra-large "mega attraction." donate $1 to the school identi- "We have the kind of scares fled on the flyer. The school you would expect to find in that brings the most w ll re- the city," said Matt, an em- ceive a bonus. "This is a great ployee for the show. "This is way for all these schools to my second year and if youget a little extra cash, said thought last year was fun, Amy, a Fright Night creator. then you will love what is "I expect this to be a big suc- coming this year." cess for the schools." 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