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14B Wednesday, June 11, 2014 Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter Watch out for an invasion of aliens in the hip-hop number "Men in Black" as part of the The Footloose Dance Revue will also feature more classic fare, such as these beginning ballerinas Footloose Dance Revue set for Wednesday, June 18, at the Town Hall Theatre. in "Enchanted." Photos by Carina Retallack Expect minions and aliens ranges from Vivaldi to Blue." She will also perform and lots of glitter when "Men in Black." a solo. Footloose Studio of the Arts Teachers/choreographers No dance re3me would be takes to the Town Hall include Ramona Eaglesmith complete without fantastic Theatre stage for the (jazz, hip-hop and dance costumes and props. Besides Footloose Dance Revue on team), Wendy Yates (ballet, the classic top hats and Wednesday, June 18, at 6 lyrical, jazz) and Cheree canes, rhinestones and p.m. Admission to this Childers (tap, lyrical andfeathers, and requisite pink family-friendly event is free. dance team). The studio has tutus, dancers will sport big The revue features new two new instructors this fans, funny glasses and takes on old standards, some year: Ashley Stevenson, who mysterious masks. routines that defy has been teaching The show is an description and more than a Introduction to Dance, andall-community effort: local few surprises. The show Sara Taylor-Mays, who has musicians will provide includes dancers of all ages, been teaching beginning musical interludes between from little people to adult dancers and working with routines, and one dance is set tappers, and skill levels, the dance team. to a poem by Quincy High from beginning ballet to the Joining them is high School senior Brian Wood. Footloose Competition Dance school senior and dance team For more information, visit Team. Dance styles range member Amy Weaver, who from pointe to hip-hop to has choreographed an_ o, emailfootloosedance "fierce" jazz, set to music unconventional poin e ........... info@ fl:. or call that number to "Rhapsody in 283-9259. Top entertainers to appear at Summerfest 2014 Carolyn Martin and Lindy Gravelle will entertain the attendees at this year's Summerfest at White Sulphur Springs Ranch. The Mohawk Valley Stewardship Council will present its sixth annual fund_raising event June 29. Martin is a 2011 inductee into the Texas Western Swing Hall of Fame and was named the 2008 and 2010 Western Swing Female Vocalist of the Year by the Academy of Western Artists. She has been described as "a winning throwback to the days where emotion was measured and artful rather than loud and histrionic." Martin will share the stage with Gravelle, who lives in Oregon after 15 years in Bow-Wow at Nakoma Golf Resort "Rescue Dogs Rock" A benefit for High Sierra Animal Rescue Saturday014 5:00 to 10:00 PM 348 Bear Run (A15) Clio, CA Dinner Prepared by Nakoma Golf Resort Includes Tri-Tio, Chicken, Vegetarian Plate & More No-Host Bar, Live Music, Putt for the Mutts, Longest "ma! Res Drive Contest, Raffle and Silent Auction i orraatio ca// yor Something for everyone/ Tickets available at: Tickets High Sierra Animal Rescue in Delleker * Graeagle Mill Works in Graeagle Each Nakoma Golf Resort Hot Spot in Quincy K & S in Portola Sportsman's Warehouse in Reno Nashville, where she worked as a singer, songwriter and performer. While there she wrote "A Bottle of Wine and Patsy Cline," which reached the Billboard Magazine Top 40 chart. She has released nine CDs; her latest is "Music and Me." These two vocalists promise to provide a great musical experience for the patrons .of Summerfest. A local group, "Mike Hogan and Friends," will provide music at 3 p.m., before the two featured entertainers. Besides the musical entertainment, a hearty ranch barbecue dinner is included as well as both silent and live auctions. Organizers reveal that the live auction offers some really spectacular items, such as a two-night weekend at a Stinson Beach house; a night at the Donatello Hotel in San Francisco with tickets to a Giants game; and a two-night stay in a Grizzly Ranch cabin plus golf for four with cart. Another featured item is a two-night stay in a Gold Mountain villa plus two rounds of golf for two. Leo Reihsen will be this year's auctioneer. White Sulphur Springs , Ranch is located at 2200 Oregon resident Lindy Gravelle, also set to sing at Summerfest, performs throughout the Northwest. Highway 89, just south of the junction with County Road A15. This is an outdoor event and attendees should bring lawn chairs, but no pets. The cost per person is $45, $15 for 12 and under, at the door only. Otherwise, tickets are available in Graeagle at EcoCentric, Graeagle Mercantile, Red House Art and the Outpost; in Quincy at the Plumas Museum; and in Blairsden at the Eastern Plumas Chamber of Commerce. Call for will-call tickets at 836-2334. Check out the website at Carolyn Martin, one of this year's Summerfest entertainers, poses with Vince Gill. Photos submitted i,