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December 5, 2001

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Record, Reporter Wednesday, Dec. 5, 2001 13B & i Photo by Victoria Metcalf County residents and visitors are Invited .to get Into the spirit of the by joining all those who like to Mng and listen to music, in the annu- Community Sing at the Plumas County Courthouse in Quincy Sunday, 9, at 2 p.m. The event is sponsored by Soroptimist International, of r, snity sings at county courthouse the season to raise County Courthouse in Quin- Choirs from various local in song. cy Sunday, Dec. 9, at 2 p.m. churches and other organi- lbers of SoroptimistBill Kelley will once again zations will be providing the of Quincy are be master of ceremonies, music. hosting the corn- And John Probst will leadSpecial song books will be sing at the Plumas several numbers, available for singing along. i Noted Lake Almanor artist and author Sally Posner is the featured artist at the Plumas County Arts Com- mission Gallery in Quincy through December. Posner is showing a variety of her works. She has also been busy promoting her new children's book, "Q is for Quincy." sted in doing some- a little different in zs? decorate your ve- lights and join the down Main tQuincy? years, the parade been open to trucks, organizer Bruce has changed all pickups, trucks vehicles are all Friday, Dec. 7, all are requested to a at the De- c Vehicles in ~t the vehicles will the rear of the County Fair- Indian Valley Christmas holiday Friday, Dec. 7. of the Feather Choir will be- at 5 p.m., the Greenville on Main Street. merchants will of- and holiday in Greenville, Mills and Tay- stroll around he will sit for : the Sierra Sunrise after the %lebration and tree Year are two lumi- Special lights tree may in memory of for $5, and they and lit each tree lighting. window at the will feature pho- of the loved ones, , hames will be read lighting. L g d luminary con- nd rein onial candles l, otr[lf r a $9. donation to :1 Sept. 11 Fund. fJ y be purchased at s" b Antiques for use e lighting cere- information, call office at 284- 'I4ea I grounds. From there, the ve- ered for the tree lighting will hicles will make their wayhave an opportunity to view down Quincy Junction Road,them. down Lawrence Street and For more information, con- then down Main Street so all tact Bruce Robinson after 6:30 the shoppers and those gath- p.m. at 283-1213. It's not how you play theGd .ME. trle Game: Plays yo :i HOSPICE BENEFIT CONCERT 6:30 Jeffrey Kepple Kepple Girls Dave Hollister Jonathan & Joy MacKenzie Johny McDonald David Huffman The Nightengales Tickets $10 Available at the Bookshelf TOUlH i HiiLL ~rS. ........ r~.uu I ........ i TH[ T1][ emait: tht m 283-1140 469 Main St., Quin6V, CA A non-profit corporation bringing entertainment to the community. de l e b ra t e "lxl e ue "Years v'e bar & grill 8 p.m.- 1 a.m. ( "" 5-course Dinner Free Champagne L Dance to D.J. Music "' * from the 1950's to present . .' Shuttle ServiCe to- Portola, Quincy, Graeagle, Blairsden & Clio ~/:~rst Course Marinated Prawns w/Basil oil and Crosti 5eco,b Course Gorgonzola, Walnut and Pear Salad or Lobster Bisque ff'hirb Course Lamb Carpaccio w/shaved Parmesan Cheese and Arugula or Root Vegetable Ravioli w/Sage Butter Sauce "Fourth Course Roasted Fillet of Beef with Marscarpone and Chive Mashed Potatoes and Porcini Mushroom Demi-glace. or Oven Roasted Fillet of Salmon over Soft Polenta w/Roasted Shallots and Fresh Tomato Sauce Chocolate ~esserf Torta w/Rasberry Coulis or Tiramisu $200 per couple (tax & gratuity included inprice) Limited to first 100 people Call for reservations 836-1111 Plumas Pines Golf Resort