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'Pr~eS~e, Record, Reporter Wednesday, Nov. 14, 2001 136 l ,a/ ot!' nity chorus strikes recognition for r Nlerick nize Dr. from the the front. For Burkey has lg the Chester than a decade, weekend in Is a theme concert; in August cariety format; concert dur- Weekend in De- ff 1989, Burkey would be in- .~cting a group had been to- or nine years ed the Chester I Choir. presenting a each year. One-tim: a small Christ- Would be easy was quick to that is not what FOllowing that Presentation, asked "Well for the Burkey name of the Commu- and went to work Program. are 80 singers ringers. The a corpora- With a board Swanson In a recent the chorus has with Feath- College cred- it is offered for those partici- pating, including several high school students who have joined the choir. The Chester Community Chorus is made up of several sections: the chorus, the chorale, Kindred Spirits ( a women's vocal ensemble), The Lost Chords (a men's vo- cal group) and The Lake A1- For more information, call 258-2780 manor Bells. In addition to the talented musicians and the corporate board, there are many com- mittees and 350-400 patrons, making a total of almost 600 in the chorus family. Burkey states, "The chorus includes all ages from 13 to 83, multiple races, religions, pro- fessions, students and retired people." The next opportunity to see and hear the excellent work of the Chester Community Chorus will be Friday, Dec. 7, at 7 p.m.; Saturday, Dec. 8, at 7 p.m.; and Sunday, Dec. 9, at 3 p.m. Admission is free, but donations are appreciated. If you like to sing, you are invited to join the chorus; no audition is required. / Photo by Tom Frederick Chester Community Chorus Director Dr. Irene Burkey led her first winter concert in 1989. There were about 22 singers that year. Winter Concert 2001 will feature 80 voices. The Lake Almanor Bells provide 15 bell ringers each performance. of the Plumas County Museum Odd and Unusual Artifacts Here's this week's look at one of the treasures not normally on display at the Plumas County Mu- seum. Our featured arti- fact is metal and plastic. It is approximately 5" tall and 7" in diameter. The oval lenses are red plas- tic as is the top. The item itself is olive drab. (That's a clue.) What is It, what was it used for? The answer will be in next week's paper. If you think you know what it is, call the museum at 283- 6320. Last week's an- swer: It is a grappling hook? tine's Day Murder MysteryIn the doghouse Benefit" at the vets hall in With no traffic lights and Pago 9B February. very few stop signs in Graea- Yet another warm Another famous Sloat gle, driving down Highway 89 writer, the late Henry McGill, is a peaceful and relatively ~m Wilbanks once wrote the immortal safe venture. One of the only Sierra Valley words "Requiadat ad Absur- viable hazards we face is local thanks to the dam." This entire incident wildlife as they attempt to haunted hous- surely meets our communi-cross the highway. Most of us Which my chil- ty's strictest standards for ab- have been challenged at one again and surdity. Get well, Jim. time or another; my latest a gift--what a John Sheehan was between the Gold Lakes Quincy Road junction and Clio--not a nan's letter Halloween Proves again naUch stranger ted Sloatian Could devel- iTV movie" out would take )le. Madonna 'ito Would play drunk. Kings Sto~. McCourt Udy Giuliani arnbuiance dri- Pit the sheriffs mpas led by the The could be co- .~d by :Y Gallagher, and Chris add tem- Production should recover so ay a starring "Valen- From mo Awck y Awm'd'-W',nn of YOU WON'T BELIEVE YOUR EYE PIXAR mm.m n P I X AR Thursday, No . 29 7:3(1 pm Robert Drakes : --"Ta High Sw, Latin Jazz All Stars Tickets ailal)le at l)('A(5 * 283-3402 2 r .O0 WKhm y Coup ' "2 Adults ............. $6.00 OPEN 70=YS I Children ............ $4.00 W WEEK (Ckl d i N Students & Seniors ............ $5.00 Tbm W, Nov. J email: ththeatr@inreach.com close call with deer or forest wildlife but with neighbor- hood dogs. Today, two dogs sprang on- See Letters, page 14B Alicla Higbee Indian Valley Editor The Taylorsville Town Fair is coming, complete with Santa and his sleigh, Satur- day, Nov. 24. Home and holiday decora- tions, dolls,, wool hats and scarves, and other gift items will be featured at the craft fair in the Taylorsville Mall, from 9 a.m.-5 p.m., along with a luncheon cooked up by the Indian Valley 4-H Club. By 5:30 p.m., decorated floats, horse-drawn wagons, logging trucks and even a spe- cial sleigh will be lining up for a light parade that starts at about 6 p.m. The parade will wind its way along Main Street from Cemetery Street and go around again by way of Nel- son Street. Hot chocolate, popcorn balls and candy apples will addto the festive holiday at- mosphere. During the craft fair, the In- dian Valley Riding and Rop- ing Club will be conducting a giveaway fund-raiser with prizes for the lucky ticket holders. There will also be games for children and a special booth where they can paint their own ornaments. For booth space, parade en- try or other town fair infor- mation, call Debbie Allen at 284-7622. is CLOSING FOR THE SEASON ON SUNDAY, NOV. 18 Stop by for our special champagne breakfast from 7 am - 2 pm on the 18th! Thank you for your patronage this past season! Ed, Candi & Staff Hwy. 89 Graeagle 836-2393 , ,: t acy's Magic... All Wrapped Up in a Peppe fll P ge! Room & Shopping Package through Dec. 24 200/ Let the Peppermill pamper you while you do your holiday shopping! Stay in a luxurious Tower Room for $39 per night or a five- star Spa Suite from only $79* Sunday through Thursday. Weekend packages also available! 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