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Bulletin, Progressive, Record, Reporter Wednesday, Oct. 20, 2010 7B Forest projects funding available National forest project pro- posals within Butte County are sought for financial sup- port under the Secure Rural Schools and Community Self- Determination Act of 2000. Applications are due no later than Dec. 3, for approxi- mately $200,000 in funding immediaty available. The Butte County Resource Advisory Committee (RAC), currently being formed, anticipates reviewing sub- mitted applications in mid- December and providing recommendations to the applicable national forest supervisors for funding deci- other key partners early and throughout the application process. Projects must have broad based support with objectives that include: road, trail and infrastructure maintenance or obliteration; soil pro- ductivity improvements; improvements in forest ecosystem health; watershed restoration and maintenance; wildlife and fish habitat improvements; control of noxious and exotic weeds; reintroduction of native species, and hazardous fuels reduction. Projects can be implemented on private land or obtain a copy of the Plumas National Forest RAC application and get more in- formation about coordinating with the Feather River Ranger District, contact Lee Anne Schramel Taylor, Butte County RAC coordinator, at 283-7850. To obtain a copy of the Lassen National Forest appli- cation and get more informa- tion about coordinating with the Almanor Ranger District, contact Robin Bryant, LNF grants and agreements coor- dinator, at 258-2141; or access both applications on the web at Swing Band kicks Off season Barbara France Managing Editor It takes a collaborative effort of 50 local musicians and singers to collectively pull together their passion for creating and presenting, music that makes the annual SusanviUe Symphony Society Swing Band be the highlight of each concert season. And this weekend's concert series looks to be no excep- tion. Matt Mullin, band- leader, has once again formed a band of performers the classic love song "When I Fall I Love" and later in the show the Sinatra duo "Something Stupid" with Chris Ga]lagher. Debra Sokol plans to wow the audience "-with Grammy Hall of Fame number that was first performed in 1928 and then made famous in 1945 by Billy Holliday, "Embraceable You." Jennifer Estacio will sing "Call Me Irresponsible," Julianna Pepetone plans to perform "Skylark" and Liudmila Mullin will perform Leonard Bernstein's "Some- where." Liudmila also teams The lucky audience gets to feel, hear and dance to Mullin's transformation. Not to be outd)ne by the women, Jan France plans to lend his bariton$ voice to Frank Sinatra's version of "Luck Be A Lady" and JD Estacio will be "Minnie the Moocher" for both evening. Chris Gallagher was a hit last year with "New York, New York" and Mullin has every intention of bringing Gallagher back to the Veter- ans Hall stage. Ed Jenesky, Cheryl Holmes and Jennifer Gorohoff plan to sions in early January. All RAC project concepts must be closely coordinated with applicable ranger dis- trict representatives and if the project clearly benefits public land resources. To get more information about the Butte County RAC project application process Links to other information about the Secure Rural Schools legislation and county RACs may be found on the same website. Scam warning issued by tax board Transfer (EFT) tax payment did not go through and di- rects the taxpayer to another website. FTB does not send e-mail notices regarding EFT pay- ment rejections. If FTB has a question about a taxpayer's EFT payment, normal proce- dures are to call the taxpayer or send a bill through the mail. The IRS is aware of this The Franchise Tax Board (FTB) is warning taxpayers about a potential phishing scheme via e-mail and cautions taxpayers not to respond to the e-mail. FTB has received calls from concerned taxpayers who have received what looks like an official e-mail from a tax agency. The e-marl warns taxpayers that their federal Electronic Funds Additional polling place workers needed scam and provides guidance about this and other scams at its website. The Board of Equalization also reports hearing from its taxpayers about the same scam and has issued a simi- lar warning. Taxpayers receiving suspi- cious e-mails should not click on the link or respond to the sender. Anyone who has a question about an FTB EFT payment should check his bank When the ballot has local candidates or measures on it, there are sometimes unex- pected changes in staffing the polling places. Plumas County is fortunate to have many dedicated, long- time poll workers who serve the voters of the county at every election, but when a local race occurs and a worker is a public supporter of a candidate or measure, changes have to be made. Poll workers can either work in another area of the county or they'll have to sit the election out. To maintain a neutral, safe and open election process, members of campaign com- mittees or published lists of supporters are asked not to participate in working at the precinct where the race will be voted upon. For information about becoming a poll worker for the Nov. 2 election, contact the Elections Division of the County Clerk's office at 283-6129 by Oct. 22. Program donation helps Lassen victims, witnesses Proceeds generated by an innovative inmate work pro- gram help support crime vic- tims and witnesses in Lassen County. On Monday, Sept. 27, California Correctional Cen- ter Warden Ran Barnes pre- sented a $444.04 check fo the Lassen County District Attorney's Victim/Witness Assistance Center from funds raised through the Joint Venture Program. Under the program, private business can set up opera- tions inside California prisons and employ inmate labor. The inmates are paid Prevailing wages, which are subject to deductions for room and board, crime victim compensation, prison family support and mandated inmate savings plan upon parole and/or discharge. The program is a model of public and private coopera- tion, benefiting businesses, crime victims and the state, while preparing inmates for successful integration into the community. CCC implemented the JVP in 1996. Participating inmates are employed by the Five Dot Land and Cattle Company harvesting alfalfa on a seasonal basis. 00ara Travel Celebrcde 10-years of Freestyle Cruising with Norwegian Cruise Une FREE UPGRADES + REDUCED DEPOSITS + UP TO $250 ONBOARD CREDIT Cruises sfarfing from $169-Book by 31 October, 2010 Call Kathy or EvaLee at 800-859-8272 37140 Main St., Burney, CA 96013 CST#2012723-40 There is so much in the news about children being molested that I am frightened to let my child out of my sight. My mother says that I am being paranoid, but am I? Educate yourself, Google child sexual assault, www.stop it now, or www.darkness to light. Call the Plumas/Sierra Crisis Line at 283-5515 and ask for a counselor. As adults, we are responsible for the well-being & safety of our children. Information is a great start. Crisis Line  Resource 283-4333 -'. Center 1 877 332 2754 or - - - 283-5515 A program of Plumas Crisis Intervention & Resource Center i " IIH 1 " Ill I I [ account to verify whether an EFT payment has been made or call FTB at (800) 852-5711, Monday - Friday, 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. Visit FTB online at for more informa- tion on electronic services. to bring the audience an eclectic blend of music. Mullin calls it "America's music" -- a genre of music that spans nearly 40 years of the 20th century from Glenn Miller's classic big band chart "Moonlight Serenade" to Frank and Nancy Sinatra's famous tune, "Something Stupid"." The concert takes place Fri- day and Saturday, Oct. 22 and 23 in the Veterans Memorial Hall at 7 p.m. with plenty of room for dancing. Tickets for each night's show are $27 but the symphony society is currently selling season mem- berships. Contact Dana at 257- 2920 for more infermation. Scheduled for the evening's shows are the band's rendi- tion of Army Air Force "Over There" and also its version of "My Blue Heaven." Julie Besancon plans to perform Natalie Cole's enormous hit "Non Dimenticar" and Linda Braun and her band of merw men will sing Rosemary CDoney's version of "Mambo Italiano." Kris Szovati will perform up with JD Estacio to present to the audience Matt MuUin's "Adagio Americana." Mullin took an 18th century piece of music gave it a Latin rhythm, scored it for the swing band, rewrote the lyrics andpresented to his wife Liudmila as a second wedding anniversary gift. emcee the show as Mullin takes up the band baton. Band members are compiled from the symphony orchestra and other musicians in the area. The Susanville Symphony Society is a non-profit organization that will offer four more concert series in 2010-2011. Sym phony concerts 2010-2011 The Susanville Swing Concert 7 p.m., Friday and Saturday, Oct. 22 and 23 at the Veterans Memorial Hall. Matt Mullin, bandleader. A Magical Christmas 7 p.m., Friday, Dec. 10 and 2:30 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 12 at the Susanville Assembly of God. Benjamin Wade, Conductor. Audience Choice Awards 7 p.m., Friday, Feb. 25 and 2:30 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 27 at the Susanville Assembly of God. Benjamin Wade, Conductor The Beauty of Dance The World Premiere of "The Four Elements" A new ballet by Benjamin J. Wade 7 p.m., Friday, April 29 and 2:30 p.m., Sunday May 1 at the Susanville Assembly of God. Benjamin J. Wade, Conductor. Jessica Newton, choreographer. The Susanville Pops Concert 7 p.m., Friday, June 10 and 2:30 p.m., Sunday, June 12 * at the Susanville Assembly of God. Benjamin Wade, Conductor. Tickets available at Leslie's Jewelry 257-2920. " DON'T MISS TfWOIr&I ;Y|A "i" /\\; . ' .... 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