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Record, Reporter Plumas/Lassen News Wednesday, Nov. 14, 2001 711 I I memories home comput- into a volume of treasures now Margie's Book Susanville. wrote the the Eyes of a titled "A Christ- Her granddaugh- did the They had 500 by Western Press of Reno, writing it two or ago when I was my family ge- Lid, "and I of it on my corn- 1 puter." ma was a marvelous cook," member the treasures of "She's been very excited The author's note at the the b6ok said. "She relied on Christmas past like those in about it." front of the 50-page volume experience and never on a Mineau's book during theseHowever, Mineau said she explains that during work on book. Sometimes a handful,troubled times, doesn't have any delusions her family history. "It oc- maybe a pinch or two. A1- Mineau said she envisions about having written a na- curred to me that I should be ways without fail, she knew the book as a Christmas gift. tional bestseller. recording some of my own just what to do." "It appeals mainly to baby- "I hope that some of the lo- childhood memories." Those As people kept asking for boomer-type people, people of cal people will pick it up and memories center on the more copies of the computer- my generation that would read it," she said. "I hope it Christmas celebration at the generated version, Mineau's have those same kind of will bring back a memory or house of Mineau's grand- friend, Janet Corey, urgedmemories," she said. "I had two or make people stop and mother, her to have it published, fun with my granddaughter make a memory with their "We all knew that Grand- "Janet was a real support-doing the illustrations. She's kids." er," the author said. "She was eight now. She was seven Copies signed by Mineau the one that kind of pushed when she did the drawings." and her granddaughter are me to do it. She's been in- Having her art work pub- available at the Uptown book- Sandra Mineau and her volved in some printing oflished has been exciting for store, according to owner, granddaughter, Danica An. books for the historical soci- Anderson, her grandmother Margie Teeter. She plans a derson, wrote and ilius- ety. She got a copy of the orig- said. book signing for Mineau tratad the book "ThrouliPh inalone." "She's taken a copy to herfrom 1-3 p.m. on Saturday, the Eyes of a Child: A Corey said the community teacher and to her principal Dec. 8. Christmas Story." and the world needs to re-at school," Mineau said. i orie of those blues Who can't get scales in You won't want to acoustic perfor- legend Taj Redding next Bonnie Raitt most important We have between rock and roll and mu- at the Redding )n Center at 7:30 his fixst mark scene when he confounded which then recording con- "Taj Ma- rest area gets needed The Lassen National Forest is for $18,500, and the Lassen pair of broken concrete pads currently renovating the Park Foundation for an addi- under the picnic tables; re- Elam rest area, located on tional grant fof $3,500. The placement of four picnic ta- Highway 32 southwest of Lassen National Forest pro- bles and four fire grills; con- Chester, Almanor districtvided another $15,000 to com- struction of accessible con- ranger Susan plete the work. crete walkways to a hand Jeheber-Matthews said. Work on the rest area is pump, picnic sites and fishing "When completed, the Elamcurrently under way. Renova- spots along Deer Creek; retro- rest area will provide visitors tions include: landscaping fitting the existing well with with improved facilities to en- through the use of nativean accessible hand pump; and joy picnicking or fishingtrees, shrubs and grasses; re- installation of a second inter- along a beautiful stretch of pretive kiosk. Deer Creek." The Lassen National Forest was awarded a grant from the National Forest Foundation Chance to winds down Pholo subrn~tled Second release, Multi-instrumentalist and Grammy winner Taj Mahal ap- Step," thrust pears in a solo, acoustic concert at the Redding Con- and his unique venUon Center at 7:30 p.m. D~c. 2. The concert is Ma- le pop music hal's first appearance in Reclcling. The results are in for the second month of the Paws to Recycle aluminum can drive: 165 pounds were donated in The show's promoter, Bill 35-year career, Kiely wrote that throughout Grammy nomi- his career, "Taj has remained one Grammy one of our country's premiere Blues," in troubadours, revealing in every performance the soul h he's making of our most original Ameri- a dozen appear- can musical idioms." by a band in Mahal has recorded a hand- 'raber, Mahal isful of film soundtracks and appear in five has made multiple big screen at Seattle's appearances in several major as a solo motion pictures. Elsinore The- He is even featured in the Ore. just prior Rock 'n' Roll Circus, a long- awaited film produced by the ntalist, Rolling Stones that remained of unreleased for nearly three decades due to legal conflicts. -- blues, The historic film, which rhythm and was not released until 1996, gospel, and 28 years after it was filmed in a television studio in London than 20 in- on Dec. 10-11, 1968, also fea- g har- tures performances by The Piano, and the Rolling Stones, Jethro Tull, Dobro gui- The Who, Marrianne Faith- full, The Dirty Mac (John for the Lennon (from The Beatles), 35th album, Eric Clapton (from Cream), a collection Mitch Mitchell (from The Ji- Mahal said, mi Hendrix Experience), and zs to keep the Keith Richards (from The both for the Rolling Stones)), Yoko Ono, generation, who and Ivry Gitlis. gh it and, of According to a press re- kids who real- lease from ABCKO, "Rock it." and Roll Circus captures the champion delirious optimism of an era. his career has Depending on your point of into Chicago view, it was either the high Soul, country point in the history of the palate cosmos or a period of mass a myriad of hallucination (or both). 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