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16B Wednesday, Nov. 3, 2010 Bulletin, Progressive, Record, Reporter Story Fest location has been changed The Plumas Tale Spinners have developed a family- friendly storytelling event de- signed to inspire and entice a broader interest in perfor- mances of the spoken word and inspiring more folks to become tellers of tales. People of all ages and inter- ests are invited to attend the second annual Story Fest, 1 - 5 p.m., Nov. 6. The event location has been changed to the Greenville High School cafe- teria due to the scheduled opening of the Indian Valley Community Center. The program for the day will begin with story-making and storytelling workshops offered at two levels from 1 - 2 p.m.: an adult session with Mary Gay Ducey and a children's session with Margaret Garcia. Local tellers from the Tale Spinners monthly meeting sessions perform 2 - 3:45 p.m. Featured local tellers will be Pat Beck, Ginger Gramm, Sherry Kumler, Victoria Met- calf, Bill Powers, Erin Roth, Trish Taylor, David Van Winkle and Wayne Vinson. Storyteller Mary Gay Ducey will perform at 4 p.m, Ducey learned about stories in the best way possi- ble -- from family. Descend- ed from Southern women who treasured a sassy mouth, she grew up in New Orleans with its rituals and play. She now lives in Berkeley and has performed through- out the United States, Canada and Ireland. She has appeared twice at the Nation- al Storytelling Festival Art Walk Don't forget to join Quincy galleries and downtown mer- chants for a night of artist's receptions, refreshments and more Friday, Nov. 5. Starting at 5 p.m., Plumas Arts Gallery, Main Street Artists and the Eagle's Nest will be open late to showcase the work of featured artists. Woman With Mask (above) is a pen and ink illustration by artist Dora Mitchell, featured in November at the Eagle's Nest Frame Shop and Gallery. Micaela Rubalcava shows at the Plumas Arts Gallery, and Main Street Artists Will have a group show. Downtown merchants will be open to host customers, with some offering one-night-only specials. So come on out and enjoy our community for a festive night. Artwork submitted Tale spinner Sherry Kumler excites students about Story Fest, coming Nov. 6, with a preview at Plumas Charter School. Students are" Alden Vaughn, Brianna Stadler, Dominik Boyd, Bodhi O'Brien, Cannon Church, Isabelle Church, Megan Church, Chloe Collins, CoraGrace Hardy, Lillian Davis, Kylie Anderson, Cruz Anderson, Kyleigh Green, Alden Cunningham and Kayla Thackeray. Photo courtesy of Plumas Arts and on "Mister Roger's Neighborhood." Ducey is also a children's librarian in Oakland. Admission is $5 for adults, $2 for children under 12 or only $10 for the whole family. Baked goods and beverages will be on sale throughout the afternoon. All proceeds will support the third annual Story Fest. For more information, con- tact the Quincy Literacy Of- fice at 283-6413 or Sherry Kumler at 283-1913. MVAG meeting features San Francisco exhibit This year the guild donated a total of $4,150 Portola High School art department, $500 Portola High School music department, $500 Quincy High School art Department, $500 Quincy High School music and drama, $300 Jim Beckwourth High School art program, $150 Plumas Charter School, $500 C. Roy Carmichael Elementary School, $600 Portola Preschool, $100 Mohawk Community Resource Center, $200 Plumas Arts, $400 (includes membership) Guild outreach, $400. Mohawk Valley Artist's Guild will meet Tuesday, Nov. 9, at 7 p.m. for a pro- gram by Kathleen Friedman and her video on the fabu- lous "Bouquets to Art" event held at the de Young Muse- um in San Francisco. The program should be of special interest to photographers. The meeting is at the Mo- hawk Community Resource Center in Blairsden, at the Roll up the rug (under the pool table) for Jennifer Lacey, Tom Haid and president Marian Haid, dancing with the BLT's at the annual Mohawk Valley Artists' Guild gathering in Graeagle. The group typically discontinues formal meetings for the winter. Photo by Linda Cooley intersection of Highways 70 and 89. Visitors are welcome and need not be an artist to join the group. The Mohawk Valley Artists' Guiid is a nonprofit organization founded to stimulate public awareness and involvement in the arts, to improve the quality of ex- isting art programs and ac- tivities, and to encourage new art-related activities in Plumas County. The guild also provides fellowshiP among people with mutual interest in the arts. For more information, visit mohawkvalleyartists- ii lank You for Your Support! DONATIONS Williams Sound & Stage -Tomm & Michelle Williams Night Owl Productions A Cut Above - Monica Morris Lasson High School FBLA & Trish Valceschini, Advisor Lassen High School Music DepL & Carolin Hagen, Instructor Atlantis Casino Resort & Spa Veteran's Memorial Hall Committee SusanvUle Supermarket Michael Nye Electric Joann Mahloch Banner Lassen Medical Center -Gift Shop Carol Curry Vial Physical Therapy Big 0 Tires Gaylon & Tracy Norwood Pamela Syverson Jeff Pregill Windy Schrag Beauty Corral Mallery and Mallery Tammy Reil Bill Wemple Elizabeth Woodyard Main Street Bowling Mt. Rose Ski Resort Teresa Campbell Kirack Construction Tom Gauthier Ed Maurino Mike & Pam Novosad Jennifer McCartney Kathleen Dinges Tammy MaUey Stacey Forst Lynn Sella Les Schwab Rite-Aid Walgreens SEMSA NorthStar Imaging Serenity Pampering Arts Taco Bell Sit Spot Canine Center Janie Ibanez COMMrlTEE M]EMBERS Ed Maurino Robin Merritt Uz Woodyard Micbelle Williams :~' Mike IQrack ~bbie Phillips . ~. Kathleen Oinges Tom Gauthier ~-COMMI~TEE LEADS Bex Tracy Talent and Stage Hands Jenn McCartney Set-up and Decorating Kathleen Dinges Refreshments Uz Woodyard Silent Auction/Raffle Theresa Ritz Awards and Programs Mike I~rack Beverages Carol Curry Tammy Mallery Rocky Deal Doug McCoy Tom Gauthier Kim Neill Brack Green Greg Sella Fred Green Andrew Wellbom Jack Hanson Bill Wemple Mike IQrack John Dozier, MD A Special "Thank You" goes out to all the countless others who have donated their time and services to make this event a success. Janelle Wemple Jim Chapman Cheryl McOonald Monica Morris T/dENT Danielle Dykstra Lee Asnin Sherry Williams Crystal Barnash Lisa Bernard Vint Woodyard Teresa Campbell Debbie Phillips Cami Cutler Craig Ibanez Janie Ibanez Sex Tracy Cindy Wills John McJunkin Jenn McCartney Teresa Campbell Connie Watson Kathleen Kinges Kenny Joe Zimmerman Cruz Ibanez ,~ Jt ~t Jt ~ 't ~t for t Thank You Donors making our Manicures, Massages and Mammograms Event A Huge Success! Our event was a huge success and we would like to thank the community for their overwhelming response to the manicures, massages, and mammograms event. M0nica Morris from "A Cut Above" This was the third year in a row that she volunteered her time and talent to give free mini manicures to the participants. Pare Swartz - Massage Therapist Volunteered her time and talent for the two day event by giving outstanding massages. Windy Schragg, Cara McQueen', and Dalphane Gardner from Mary Kay They provided free mini facials to participants. Susanviile So~tomist G~up They provided a delightful basket full of assorted tea and cookies Banner Lassen Medical Center 1800 Spring Ridge Drive Susanville 252-2000