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12B Wednesday, Dec. 19, 2012 Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter i i r Spectators have a bird's eye view of the 30-plus-member orchestra during the annual holiday concert at the historic Plumas County Courthouse in Quincy. Musical magic The High Sierra Community and Youth Orchestra's brass and woodwinds sections are strong this year, says conductor Johny McDonald. Community and Youth Orchestra played its 20th annual holiday concert at the County Courthouse on Dec. 11. Conductor Johnene McDonald, left, led the hour, long performance; open to the public, during the county employees' annual holiday potluck lunch. Photos by Laura Beaton The first violin section of the orchestra is composed of, from left Heather Gallagher, Leslie Mink, Linda Margaretic and Judy Buck. Heather Gallagher, lef t, Johny McDonald and Chris Retallack play Johann Sebastian Bach's Concerto for Two Violins in D minor, or the "Double Bach Concerto." Volunteersj t/osl)tce Tahoe Forest Hospice Services needs patient and family support volunteers in Truckee and the Sierra Valley. You can help provide companionship to patients, respite for families and help run errands, prepare meals, shop, and assist with activities. Training time is 20 hours and most of it can be done on your home computer. To request an application or for more information, please call Val Sutter at (530) 582-3534, or email vsutter@tfhd.com. Have queastion about hospice? Call us anytime at (530) 414-4862. TAHOE FOREST HOSPICE SERVICES A Service of Tahoe Forest Health System www.tfhd.com k Emily Walmer, standing, plays "The Star-Spangled Banner" on saxophone to kick off the holiday concert. It was Walmer's 13th birthday and she received a special birthday song from the orchestra and audience.