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Chester Progressive, Westwood PinePress Wednesday, March 9, 2016 9A Edgewater, residents of the Lake Almanor area, will PlaY rock and roll and country rock at Chester Veterans Hall, March 19. The band is known for a wide variety of music suitable for audiences of all ages. Photo submitted Cabin r Da Party March 19 Stacy Fisher supported with donations guitar, keyboards and Staff Writer from Holliday Investment vocals, and is anchored by Management, Tim O'Brien, drummer/percussionist Coldwell Banker Real Adam Skillen and On Saturday, March 19, Estate, Garn Pringle, Lake bassist/vocalist Grant Edgewater will kick off the Almanor Fitness, Bodfish Holliday. Cabin Fever Dance Party at Bicycles, Almanor Energy The band plays several the Veteran's Hall in Plus, Wendi Durkin of events throughout the year Chester. Hosted by Berkshire Hathaway Home in Plumas and Lassen Quincy-based Plumas Arts, Services, Turner Counties, including members of the community Excavating, and Rouland Portola's Concerts in the are invited to join in for a Insurance. Park, Lake Almanor night of music, fun and Edgewater is an Country Club Band Shell dancing, entertaining and energetic Summer Concert Series, Doors open at 6:30 p.m., band from Lake Almanor Diamond Mountain Casino with the band performing at that plays rock and roll,and the Plumas Sierra 7 p.m. country rock, blues and aCounty Fair. The Chester-Lake mix of original songs. The The Plumas Arts board of Almanor Chamber of band's musical repertoiredirectors hopes that this Commerce will provide a features hits from the 1960s dance and upcoming events no-host bar along with to the present, and includes will help to increase nonalcoholic beverages, songs by artists ranging awareness about what with proceeds helping to from ZZ Top to Steely Dan; Plumas Arts does fund projects for the Eric Clapton to Ben Harper; throughout the county community, and from Brooks & Dunn toand help to boost Lake Admission at the door is Zach Brown. Almanor Basin area $7. Presale ticket purchase Audiences of all ages aremembership support for and Plumas Arts members invited to dance or just Plumas Arts: price is $5. Advance sale relax and enjoy a wide For more information tickets are available at: variety of music, about Plumas Arts and the Good Vibrations, Books & Edgewater was formed in many programs and Beyond and Plumas Bank in 2012 and is fronted by projects of this community Chester. guitarist/lead singer Stuarts organization visit: The dance is being Speer and Joe Aman on ASSORTED SIZES PLYGEM WINDOWS NOW IN STOCK We are featuring Occidental Leather Tool Belts and Suspenders Starting @ $234.99 Tool belts only @ s56.s9 Stronghold Suspenders @ J9.99 Stronghold Light Suspenders @ $59.00 We still have plenty of wood pellets for sale $5.49 per 40 lb. bag or $259.00 per ton (50 bags) Please remember to SHOP LOCAL at PAYLESS BUILDING SUPPLY "Why pay more when you can Payless" Visit our website at *while supp,es last Job fair II fun as we The Business and Career II kickoff our "- Network is hosting two free II 2016 Relay seasonl job fairs next month. On April 4, the Network hosts a job fair in Graeagle at the Graeagle Fire Department from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. On April 5, the Network will host a job fair in Quincy at the Feather River College gym from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. Job seekers can interview face-to-face with local employers offering full- or part-time positions. Employers can create an applicant pool, build a workforce or meet and pre-screen applicants. Employer registration for one or both of the job fairs can be made by calling Joelle Breazier, 283-1606 or 251-6907. Photo by Mary Beth Laraway Conlee Tuesdays 6-8pm Intermediate Community Chorus CRN# 3361 Instructor/Director: Jane Brown (1 Unit College Credit) Dates: March 13 - June 5, 2016 Time: Sundays 2-4pm & Location: Chester United Methodist Glenwood Drive & Hwy 36, Chester New singers are welcome to join the Chorus this Spring. Some singing experience is desired for this public performance based Mixed Chorus. Registration for this class will take place on Sunday, March 13, 2016 during the first class meeting at the Chester United Methodist Church at 2:00pm. Concert Dates: June 4 and June 5, 2016 For more information about the class, contact the Chorus Board President, Josh Huddleston, at 530-284-7334. R/vet College I