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“Nature Big & Small”
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Oroville Airport Fly-In, August 20
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Fall Mud & Crawl, August 27-28
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Announcements
The BOSS BURGER
on the Roundabout
Have you had a Boss Burger today?
Located on Oroville’s only Roundabout
Montgomery & Washington
ALL DAY, EVERY DAY
we sell 99¢ BOSSBURGERS!
Every Monday and Thursday we
sell 4 BOSSBURGERS for $5!
Every day we have lunch and
dinner specials to satisfy the not-
so-big appetite to the big appetite.
534-8806
M-F 10:30am-8pm
Sat. & Sun. 11am-8pm
The Experimental Aircraft Association
“EAA” Oroville Chapter 1112 will host an
Oroville Airport Awareness Day and Fly-
In Event on Saturday, August 20th from
8:00 A.M. until 4:00 P. M. The mission
of the Experimental Aircraft Association is
to Educate, Promote and Provide Aware-
ness for the “EAA” Experimental Aircraft
Association Chapter 1112, EAA Young
Eagles Program, Oroville Municipal Air-
port and the Oroville community.
The Airport Day Fly In, a one-day event,
will be held at the Oroville Municipal Air-
port, 225 Chuck Yeager Way, Oroville,
CA 95965. The event will be centered in
and around Table Mountain Aviation at the
main entrance of the Oroville Municipal
Airport. Volunteers will help with parking
and guidance for the participants and the
public.
Oroville Airport Fly-In, August 20
Several highlights of the event, which is
free to the public, include:
• 8:00 AM Pancake Breakfast
• Displays, Exhibits and Fly-Bys featur-
ing Airplanes, Helicopters, Antique Cars
and Concessions. Aircraft will include
Fixed Wing, Helicopter, Gyrocopter, An-
tique, Experimental and War Birds.
• The EAA Young Eagle Program will
have volunteer pilots to provide rides for
the youth.
• Radio Controlled Airplanes and Heli-
copters - RC pilots will demonstrate their
skills and the remarkable capabilities these
aircraft are capable of along with the latest
technology this hobby has to offer.
• Antique Model A Ford cars and trucks
from Oroville Ford.
• A display featuring information about
the Oroville Veterans Memorial Park– In
Honor of All American Veterans
• National Guard Black Hawk Helicop-
ters
• Plus much more and some unan-
nounced surprises!
The event sponsors acknowledge the
support and participation of the City of
Oroville, EAA Young Eagles, Oroville Air
Corp., Civil Air Patrol – Paradise Com-
posite Squadron #95, Oroville Memorial
Park Veterans Committee, Golden Feather
Model A Club, Oroville Amateur Radio
Society, and Oroville Ford.
Please visit the official event website
at: www.airportdayflyin.com for updated
information or contact Mike Howard,
Chairman for the Airport Day Fly In at
(530) 693-8451.
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The Butte
County Library
Director, Linda
Mielke, has just
been appointed
a two year term
with the Public Library Association’s Tech-
nology Committee. Mielke is also a past
president of the PLA, and looks forward to
her new assignment, “I am pleased to be
offered membership in the prestigious PLA
Technology Committee. The President of
PLA, who makes committee appointments,
recognized my library technology expertise
developed over my career.”
The goals of the Public Library Asso-
ciation’s Technology Committee include
the following: “to help libraries use tech-
nology to improve services, to consider
the impacts and opportunities presented by
technology, to collect and disseminate in-
formation on technology innovation which
might be applied in public library opera-
tions, to provide channels of communica-
tion for sharing among public librarians
about technology, and to work with PLA
Board and staff toward achieving strategic
planning goals as they relate to the use and
impact of technology in public library ser-
vices.”
Library Director Appointed Two Year
Term On Public Library Association
Technology Committee
Since becoming the Butte County Li-
brary Director nearly two years ago, Mielke
has implemented self check-out machines
at three branches, in Chico, Paradise, and
Oroville. By making the self check-out ma-
chines available, patrons feel they can take
their library account into their own hands
when checking out materials. Though li-
brary staff still checks out materials to pa-
trons, the self check machines alleviates
pressure during peak periods, and makes
staff available for reference questions and
assistance with patrons who may be in need
of further help.
Mielke states, “My professional goal
will be to bring new and cost effective
technology ideas back to Butte County, as
recommended by the Butte County Grand
Jury, in their recent positive report on the
Butte County Library.” As libraries strive
to stay relevant in the face of technological
change and the advance of e-readers, the
Butte County Library hopes to meet the ex-
pectations of tech-savvy patrons, many of
whom are children.
For more information, please contact
Kimberlee Wheeler, Butte County Library
Outreach Coordinator, at 530-538-2569.
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Fertilizer Announcements
FISH REPORT
Where To Drop a Line.

Bring your catch & Fishing License to
Nick’s & win a
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10 Gift Certificate. If your
catch is the largest of the month for a picture
in the fish report in the middle of each
month. Must be redeemed 60 days from date
run. One certificate per person per year.
Nick’s Stuff ‘N’ Things
3290 Orange Ave.
534-6476
Get the Fish Report 24 hrs. a day at
www.oroville-city.com
This information provided by
Oroville Outdoors
FEATHER RIVER:
Salmon, Steelhead & Stripers are
showing up on the river. Salmon
a little slow & need to be 1000 ft.
below outlet to catch.
LAKE OROVILLE:
Bass are being caught about 20-25
ft. down using all plastics, top wa-
ter early & late. Coho Salmon use
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Introducing
As of today over 900 tickets have been
sold for the block-buster movie Cars 2
that will be featured at the Historic State
Theatre located at 1489 Myers Street on
Saturday, August 27th. The immedi-
ate surrounding streets will be resonating
from 11:00 A.M. to 6:00 P.M. with activ-
ity, food, and fun for those making it into
the downtown area. The event which is co-
sponsored by Feather River Cinemas and
the City of Oroville will have show times
for the movie at 12 noon, 3:00 P.M. and
a final showing at 6:00 P.M. The theatre
is comfortably air conditioned and offers
a nostalgic setting for the movie. Popcorn,
sodas, candy and other movie snacks will
be available for purchase in the theater
during movie times.
There will also be lots to do in down-
town, before, during and after the movie,
including a car show featuring the Oro
Dam Cruisers Car Club, new car displays
from Oroville Ford and Hobbie Motors, an
antique fire engine and vehicle safety dis-
plays. Tasty food is currently planned to be
served by Kinders Meats & Deli, Scott’s
Dogs, VolksWaffle Truck, Elio’s Italian
Mobile Kitchen and Rico’s Tamales and
more. A family area with tables, chairs and
a car themed bounce-house for the kids
will be located near the State Theatre. Lo-
cal merchants will be open during the event
with many offering discounts and addi-
tional dining opportunities at the adjoining
restaurants. The FRESCA Senior Center
“Cars 2” Event August 27
on Myers Street is also having a rummage
sale and offering tasty quesadillas.
Movie tickets are priced at $5.00 and
can be purchased in advance at Feather
River Cinemas, 2690 Feather River Blvd.
or the Oroville City Hall, 1735 Montgom-
ery Street. Tickets will also be available
the day of the event at the theatre on an
as available basis. Get your tickets soon
as you won’t want to be left in the dust by
missing the Cars 2 event. Additional infor-
mation is available by contacting the City
of Oroville at (530) 538-2401 or visiting
the City’s website: www.cityoforoville.
org.
ATTENTION READERS!
NOTICE 900 NUMBERS!!
If you dial a telephone number with a 900
prefix or 900 area code, there may be a
charge plus possible toll. Ads that
advertise a “FREE” message may refer you
to a 976 number at the end of the recorded
message. If you call the 976 number you
may be charged accordingly. The Digger
Shopper does not verify advertising claims
and advises investigating if investment is
required.
Computer
BOLT’S COMPUTER TUTORING. Repairs,
Up-grades, Reasonable Rates, Personable &
Patient. Over 20-years experience.
530-532-0688
KR MOBILE Computer Tech. Quality
Computer Service at your premises. Upgrades,
reconfigurations. 530-589-4862,
CASH FOR CARS!
$250 PER VEHICLE
WE TOW & DO THE DMV WORK
U-PULL*U-SAVE BIG BUCKS!
530-533-0717
Feed, Firewood,
Pellets
ALFALFA/ORCHARD GRASS mix $12, Rye
Grass $7, Oat Mix $8, 530-682-1351,
530-846-0207
OAK, OLIVE, PINE, Walnut firewood. Good,
reasonable prices. Call 530-534-8185
afternoons, 530-518-2907 anytime.
FIREWOOD: OAK, PINE, Fir, Madrone, Cedar,
SUMMERTIME SPECIAL: FREE chimney
inspection with purchase of Cord,
$125/cord Softwood
$130 pick-up load, Hard/Softwood mix
$225/cord Hard/Softwood mix
Delivered in Oroville, Free kindling
Until the end of August or end of supply
530-589-5047, 530-370-4403
Fertilizer
10% OFF ADVANCED NUTRIENTS
HAPPY FROG & OCEAN FOREST
PRE-ORDER SPECIALS AS LOW
AS $9.99 A BAG
5% OFF SPECIAL ORDERS
SAVE BIG ON SMART POTS
BULK SOIL & AMENDERS
350 ORO DAM BLVD
ACROSS FROM WAL-MART
(530) 533-2747
OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK
THE WORM FARM. Worm Castings &
Compost Mix, Red Worms. See ad in the
Pacific Bell Yellow Pages, Pgs. 373 or 387,
Durham. 530-894-1276 www.thewormfarm.net
Amended Soils, Garden Blends, Worm
Castings, Mushroom Compost, Mulch,
Landscape Barks. Del. Avail. or Pick-up &
Save.
GARDENER’S DELIGHT-$54.95/YD
BARN YARD PLUS-$43.95/YD
BARN YARD BLEND-$36.95/YD
GARDEN MIX-$28.95/YD
PLANTING MIX-$22.95/YD
GARDEN HUMUS-$22.95/YD
BULK DISCOUNTS
COMPOST TEA $5/GAL (FRI-SUN)
10% OFF ALL BULK ORGANIC FERTILIZERS
Visa/MC
Kinney Nursery
4115 Rowles Rd. Vina
839-2196
www.kinneynursery.com
Furniture
TEMPURPEDIC STYLE Memory Foam Queen
set. New in plastic, 17” thick, full manufacture
warranty. Retails $2k, sell $275
Can deliver. 530-520-0475
Manufacturer Liquidation New Living Room -
Dining Room - Bedroom Furniture. Starting at
$199. Can deliver. 965-2826
Sealy Posturepedic
Queen Mattress Set, 10 yr warranty - $399 or
Cal King $699 Can deliver. 965-2826
*BRAND NEW* QUEEN mattress set,
pillow-top, in factory plastic, sacrifice $139.
530-520-0475
Tempurpedic Style Memory Foam Queen
Mattress Set. $299 Can Deliver 965-2826
BRAND NEW PUB STYLE DINING SET
Includes table and chairs, will sell $290,
530-520-0475
BRAND NEW SOFA and love seat,
microfiber, hardwood frame, both factory
sealed, retails $1,200, sell $395.
530-520-0475
7159 OF OUR
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THIS YEAR
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BEAUTIFUL 5-PC BEDROOM SET
with matching night stands, brand new, will sell
$475. 530-520-0475
Queen or Full Mattress Set..
New with warranty $159 965-2826
NEW CAL-KING, pillowtop mattress set,
factory sealed, full warranty. Will sell $285,
can deliver. 530-327-2989
This is not the Ophir
you’re looking for. Keep
searching, and try again.
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Repairs, Electric Brake Controllers, All
Vehicles,
530-534-7464, 530-520-1359
CONSTRUCTION
Home Improvement, Repairs,
Concrete, Decks, Fencing,
All of Your Construction Needs!
“QUALITY AND DEPENDABILITY”
Free Estimates 530-532-0264
Lic.# 773474
REYNOSO BROTHERS
General Contractor
Concrete Pumping,
Additions, Remodels, Garages,
Storages, Concrete, Colored, Stamped
Foundations, Fencing, Painting,
Retaining Walls, Tractor Work.
Lic.#943359.
530-415-0977 530-216-7680
GENERAL ENGINEERING
CONTRACTOR
Specializing in Grading,
Excavation & Asphalt Paving of
Driveways, Road Encroachments,
seal coating, Lic.# 900931
530-532-1671
CONTRACTOR
**PIERSON CONSTRUCTION**
Lic. #685929. New Construction, Remodels,
Repairs, Garages, Decks. **530-533-8910**
All Types Of Construction
DAY CARE/PRESCHOOL
INFANTS TO AGE 11
Theme Based Curriculum
Snacks, Lunch &
Transportation Provided
More Information 530-533-0573
Lic.#045400784
ELECTRICAL
Trouble Calls, Lights, Fans,
Remodels, No Jobs Too Small.
Journeyman Electrician,
Lic.# 131488-CA 530-589-5803
EMPLOYMENT AGENCY
EXPRESS EMPLOYMENT
PROFESSIONALS
Full-time and temporary staffing and job
placement in addition to providing human
resource services and payroll.
2351 Washington Ave. Ste. B
Oroville, CA 95966 530-533-5800
FENCING
CUSTOM FENCE
All Types Of Fence Work Available,
over 25 years experience,
Free estimates, 530-282-7999
HANDYMAN
MOBILE MAINTENANCE
Property Clearing, Home Repairs, Plumbing,
Painting, Roofing, Cooler Repairs. Senior
Discount.
530-534-1528, 530-370-2010
30 YEARS EXPERIENCE
in floors, decking, fences, window cleaning
and tile. Fast reliable
service, 530-990-4743
INSURANCE
JIM HOLLINGSWORTH
State Farm Insurance & Financial
Services. 1970 Mitchell Ave.
530-533-3907, Lic.#0689308
JANITORIAL SERVICE
MIRY’S CLEANING SERVICE
Serving Oroville, Chico, Paradise.
Residential, commercial,
constructions, offices, medical, and more.
Lic#43172 530-990-6165
SMALL TRACTOR, PROPERTY clean-up,
backhoe, house repairs, weed-eating, tree
trimming, field mowing, dump runs, Free
estimates.
Greg 530-532-1856. Lic.# 10001125
LAWN MAINTENANCE
YARD WORK, CLEAN-UP, tree pruning,
sprinkler work, gutter
cleaning. Small & big jobs. Free
estimates. Lic.#1000923.
530-370-6659, 530-589-5395
25 Years Experience
In Landscaping & Maintenance.
Free estimate in Oroville Area,
Call Kevin@530-370-4556
MOTORCYCLE
ERIC’S MOTORCYCLE
REPAIR
25 Years Experience
All Harley Davidson Models
Specializing in Evolution and
Twin Cam-Motorcycles
Annual Services, Tire Repair
530-679-0973
PAINTING
Serving Community Since 1989
Free Estimates
Same Day Service
Paint Applied Correctly
8 yr. Warranty
25 Years Experience
Ca License #677481
530-589-3645
YOUR LOCAL CONTRACTOR,
Interior/Exterior Painting, Residential &
Commercial, FREE Estimates, Lic.#901912,
530-370-5408
Since 1995,
Interior & Exterior Painting,
High Quality Work & Materials,
Deck Restoration, Bonded & Insured
Lic.#897689
530-966-6909
www.TrySpeedy.com
PLUMBING
Line Cleaning* Plumbing Repair*
New Construction* 24-Hour Service*
Lic.#727962. Senior Discounts *534-7773*
PLUMBING
530-613-4166
REPAIRS, REMODELS,
NEW CONSTRUCTION.
Oroville, Berry Creek, Chico,
all rural areas GUARANTEED LOW RATES
Ca Lic.# 394195 Since 1980
FOR ALL YOUR PLUMBING NEEDS
LIC. # 943495
530-990-1017
RECYCLING
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CHICO CA 95928
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Open 7 days a week
GRAND OPENING SPECIAL ON
ALUMINUM CANS $1.65
Full service recycling center
all CRV material, metals,
cardboard, office paper,
newspaper
M-F 7:30am-4:30 Sun 9am-1pm
530-892-9101
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MASTER ROOFER
CARPENTER
24 Years Experience
Customizing in Roof Repairs,
New Roofs, Gutters and Repair,
Serving all of Butte County,
J. Wylder Ent. & Associates
LIC# 834049 Joel 530-693-8656,
530-877-1809
Residential, Commercial, Mobile Homes. All
types of roofing, free estimates, Tony Goelz
Lic.#781769, 530-534-0797
QUALITY & DEPENDABILITY,
Butte County Since 1988,
Voted #1 in Butte County,
Free Estimates, 530-533-2934
Lic# 532834
SENIOR LIVING
Active Retirement, Country
Living, Dementia Care, 24-Hour
Care, one opening, 18/years
experience, 530-532-1577
www.danielascountryhomecare.com
SEPTIC TANKS
We Dig Dirt,
Septic Systems Installed, Repairs
CA Lic#899338. 530-534-4580,
530-828-6980, 530-321-3625
brewton@cncnet.com
OROVILLE PRODUCTS
Septic Tanks
Concrete Precast Manufacturer
Pressure Dose and Sand Filter Systems.
Ramiro-Medrano-Owner
Complete Line of Set-Up Materials
Mobile Home Foundations
& Accessories *Pier Blocks *Parking
Bumpers *Culvert Pipe *Poly Tanks *Picnic
Tables & Benches
*PVC & ABS Pipe & Fitting
6900 Lincoln Blvd., Oroville, CA
530-534-7670, 530-534-7466 Fax

CRV Bottles, Cans, Glass
plastic bottles
**Open Daily 8am-5pm**
1345 Feather River Blvd.
We Have Expanded!
“Now Open CRV”!
FULL SERVICE CA REDEMPTION
FACILITY
CASH PAID FOR CRV
CANS, PLASTICS & GLASS
CRV ALUM. CANS
$2.05/LB
CRV PLASTIC #1
BOTTLES $1.05/LB
Cardboard $.05/lb
Clean office paper $.05/lb
Newspaper $.04/lb
Magazines $.04/lb
New drive thru facility with
70’ Truck Scale.
Mon-Fri 8am-5pm, Sat 9am-3pm
Easy access of Hwy 70 at the
old Louisiana Pacific Site.
Will match LOCAL
competitive pricing
4801 Feather River Blvd,
#18, Oroville,
530-533-7718,
530-990-6718
WANTED!
Cars, Trucks, Farm Equipment,
Iron, Metal, Batteries, Radiator,
Will Haul It Away,
Gary 530-403-7554
ROOFING
CROSS ROOFING
The Repair Specialist
We Specialize in High Quality Roof Repairs.
Don’t Re-Roof Until We Check. Free Est.,
Free Consultation Lic.#772288.
530-589-4153
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TREE SERVICE
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Fire Break, Chippings, Insurance work, Free
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Miscellaneous
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Redeem coupon for
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2057 Mitchell Ave., Oroville
Photo Show at Avenue 9 Gallery
“Nature Big and Small: Karen Kolb and
Jane King Behind the Lens” (August l7-
September 10, 2011) is a two-person ex-
hibition that celebrates the extraordinary
beauties of everyday life in Chico. The
artists’ reception is on Thursday, Septem-
ber l (5-8pm). On Saturday, September 10,
from 4-6pm there will be an artists’ discus-
sion: “Artistic Inspiration and Photo Fu-
tures.”
Photographer Jane King says: “I like
to present everyday objects or scenes
from a different angle, aspect, or point of
view that will lure the viewer into taking a
closer look at what could be considered a
common, or even uninteresting subject. If
the viewer comes back for a second look,
I feel I have succeeded!” King has been a
“Nature Big & Small”
travel writer and packs her camera wher-
ever she goes, but Chico remains her best-
loved source for photographs.
Photographer Karen Kolb agrees: “No
place can outshine Chico for its sheer
beauty. From a landscape to a street scene
to a sunset, I am compelled to capture this
place I’ve called home for most of my life.
I seek the ordinary and the overlooked, as
when strangers exchange a shy smile or
when a bee lands on a blossom.” Kolb is
currently building a photography studio
and is developing a photo card line. A
CSUC graduate with a Music Major, she
also holds an AA degree in Video Produc-
tion.
Avenue 9 Gallery, l80 E. 9th Avenue,
Chico, 879-1821, www.avenue9gallery.
com. Reg. Hrs. W-Sat. noon-5pm.
Tornado Touchdown
Job Opportunities
We are looking for Pharmacy
Technicians Instructors in Oroville, CA.
Oroville/Chico Adult School in partnership with
Boston Reed College will be holding a
Pharmacy Technician Course. Our course is
held on Saturdays. Send resume to
Instructorrecruiter@bostonreed.com or Fax
707-307-5017. 1-800-201-1141
Financial Jobs. No experience necessary.
Established firm will provide training.
Call 801-923-3496 for information.
ACTORS/MOVIE EXTRAS - $150-$300/Day
depending on job. No experience. All looks
needed. 1-800-281-5185-A103
I need a yardman, 20 hours a week +-,
seasonal, I will pay $10.00 per hour, need
responsible person, with a drivers license for
dump runs, please call Roxanne @
530-870-7390.
PROCESS Mail! Pay Weekly! FREE Supplies!
Bonuses! Genuine! Helping Homeworkers
since 1992! Call 1-888-302-1522
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AVAILABLE OPENING
Hairdresser/Nail Tech, w/Clients
established Oroville Salon,
Call for booth space info
530-533-9335
MYSTERY SHOPPERS! Earn up to $150 daily.
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Miscellaneous
ALL WATER
WELL PUMP SUPPLIES
SOLAR PUMPS
Domestic & Commercial Irrigation
Fire Systems, Solar Pool Pumps,
Storage Tanks
1900 ORO DAM BLVD. #11
530-533-2420
BUY-SELL-TRADE tires and wheels. Don’t
store them, sell them! Executive Tire,
530-533-2951
ROCK 4 LESS
Specializing in Roadbase
Delivered and Spread Sand
DG & Topsoil. Quarry Direct
Prices. Visa, Mastercard
Accepted.
Call 530-873-0173
www.rock4less.net
B & S COIN LAUNDRY 7-10
Lincoln & Wyandotte Ave.
ORO PLAZA COIN LAUNDRY 8-8
1900 Oro Dam Blvd Ste. 1
Two Great Laundries
Same Owners, Same Great
Customers. THANK YOU!
COME SEE US!
ATTEND COLLEGE ONLINE from home.
Medical, Business, Paralegal, Accounting,
Criminal Justice. Job placement assistance.
Computer available. Financial aid if qualified.
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ORO DAM MINI STORAGE
Under New Management
1st Month Paid, 2nd Month Free
Best Rates in Town!
2755 Oro Dam Blvd E
530-534-3835
Skinny Fiber is an all natural weight loss
product that also lowers blood pressure,
cholesterol, anti-inflammatory, has fiber, gives
you energy and you can make money by using
it! Find out how to get 3 bottles free! go to
www.evelynb.sbcpower.com then e-mail
evelynburkhart@yahoo.com
REFRIGERATORS, FREEZERS, WASHERS,
Dryers. All in excellent condition. Lowest
prices. 6060 Pentz Rd., Paradise.
530-877-0323
CASH FOR CARS!
$250 PER VEHICLE
WE TOW & DO THE DMV WORK
U-PULL*U-SAVE BIG BUCKS!
530-533-0717
MISC. SHOP EQUIPMENT, airless paint
sprayer, commercial battery charger, work
bench w/drawers, floor jack, metal cabinets,
kerosene heaters, spray gun, bench grinder,
floor drill press, roll around bench w/drawers,
misc. 530-532-0409
CORPSE PLANTS and other plants, half
gallon, $5, 530-532-7974
FOR OVER 20 YEARS...
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Wheeler Ranch & Feed (Biggs) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3247 Smith Ave.
Buckshot Grill (Biggs). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 488 B. St.
Gold Country Bank (Live Oak) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9960 Live Oak Blvd.
Chamber of Commerce (Gridley). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 613 Kentucky St.
Casa Lupe Market (Gridley). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Corner Hwy 99 & Magnolia St.
SavMor Market (Gridley) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 540 Washinton St.
The Wishing Corner (Gridley) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 611 Magnolia St.
Harshbarger Ace Hardware (Gridley) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1626 Hwy. 99
Gold Country Bank (Gridley) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .567 Virginia
Les Schwab Tires (Gridley) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1742 Hwy. 99
The Make-Up Room (Gridley). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 945 Magnolia St.
Déjà Vu Boutique (Gridley) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 912 Hazel St.
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“GO NUTS AT THE
BUTTE COUNTY FAIR!”
B E AT T HE R A I N !
If your roof has been leaking. It’s time to fx it!
Save money now before the seasonal demand drives up prices.
Call now for a FREE estimate.
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Email: connellysroof@att.net
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Bill Connelly–Owner
530.693.0381. Cell
530.533.1516. Phone
FRSCA Rummage Sale
The Feath-
er River Se-
nior Citizens
Associ at i on
( F R S C A )
is having a
RUMMAGE
SALE and
B A K E D
G O O D S
SALE on Sat-
urday, August
27, 2011. It
is being held
in conjunc-
tion with
the” Cars 2”
Event being held in downtown Oroville
beginning at 8:00 a.m. until closing. The
FRSCA Center is located at 1335 Myers
Street. There will be no “Saturday Bingo”
on this date. Rummage Tables are on sale
for $10.00 a table. They are going fast so
call 533-8370 right away for table reserva-
tions. A Baked Goods Sale is being held at
the same time. All are homemade goods
– cakes, cookies, breads, etc.
Our Ways and Means Chairperson,
Bonnie Lombardi, will be preparing Que-
sadillas and her famous Ice Cream Tacos
for sale also for immediate consumption.
Bonnie has operated several restaurants
in the Oroville area and her foods are de-
luscious. For more information on this
event, please call the Center at 533-8370.
We are open from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.,
Monday through Friday.
Do you have four (4) hours a week to
donate your time for the Senior Center? If
so please call us at 533-8370. There are a
variety of positions available!
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2445 ORO DAM BLVD #5
530-533-3902,
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QUALITY LATEX PAINT, interior and exterior,
off-whites and colors $5.00 a gallon.
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Back Brace covered by Medicare/Insurance
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Building Quality Wooden Sheds
in all sizes, for half price
530-370-3848
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legitimacy of items, jobs or money making
opportunities advertised. We suggest you
carefully evaluate such offers and not send
money to these advertisers unless you know
with whom you are dealing and you know all
terms and conditions of the offer. Most
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1996 DODGE GRAND CARAVAN, new trans.,
V-6, seats 7, runs great, must sell, $2500/obo.
Jacuzzi bathtub, great condition, $100. 5th
wheel trailer hitch $150, 530-370-9737
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Installation and Repair Existing
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530-533-6095 or 530-521-4008
CASH PAID FOR Lawn, Garden and Compact
Tractors and Equipment, Go-carts, Golf-carts,
ATVs, Chippers, Wood Splitters, Etc. Fixers
especially. NO JUNK PLEASE! 530-868-5063,
530-218-4563.
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ELECTRIC HANDICAP SCOOTER , complete
with lights, horn, arm rests, basket, batteries
and charger, easily put in car trunk, like new,
$950, 530-893-8050
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Miscellaneous
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Established in 1988
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Long Weapons soon to come - Look for the Announcement!
Oroville’s newspaper headlines rocked
the nation with these words one hundred
years ago: “Aboriginal Indian, the last
of the Mill Creeks, captured near Oro-
ville.” The article continues, “Last surviv-
ing member of proud tribe of warriors is
found, still untouched by civilization that
had destroyed his people.”
The Butte County Historical Society
is hosting a free public gathering to com-
memorate this historic occasion with a re-
ception and walking tour on Sunday Au-
gust 28, 2011, exactly 100 years to the day
that he was discovered on the outskirts of
Oroville and brought to town by the sheriff
to determine his identity.
The Indian, who came to be known as
Ishi, became a national figure who has been
studied, photographed, and immortalized
in books and movies. One hundred years
after he emerged into the early twentieth
century culture of Northern California,
Ishi’s story continues to fascinate us.
The program begins at 10:00 AM in
the Bicentennial Park beneath the mural
Relive the Discovery of Ishi
of Ishi with several speakers who will in-
terpret these century-old events and offer
perspectives of its impact on the American
consciousness and appreciation of Califor-
nia’s native cultures.
Author/historian Richard Burrill will
lead a walking tour at 11:00 AM to reveal
the stories about places that Ishi was taken
during the week he spent in Oroville.
A 12:00 noon reception at the Ehmann
Home will provide visitors and presenters
the opportunity to share hors d’oeuvres
and dialog about the day’s events, today
and a century ago.
At 1:00 PM, the public is invited up to
the Lake Oroville State Park Visitor Cen-
ter to view the Ishi museum exhibit and a
movie of Ishi’s discovery and his life in the
University Of California Museum Of An-
thropology.
Oroville’s Bicentennial Park is located
at the intersection of Robinson and Lin-
coln Streets. The Ehmann Home is at 1480
Lincoln Street. The Lake Oroville Visitor
Center is located at 917 Kelly Ridge Road,
off Highway 162.
For more information contact the Butte
County Historical Society at 530-533-9418
or 530-877-7436, or visit their web site:
www.buttecountyhistoricalsociety.org
For information about the Visitor Cen-
ter exhibit, call 530-538-2219.
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Cavalry
Company "F" of the
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recreates and honors the
original Company raised
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period, usually reproduction, and their training is from the 1861 Cavalry
Tactics Manual by Brig. Gen. Phillip St. George Cooke, 2nd U.S.
Cavalry. Make sure to visit this living history exhibit on your way to the
livestock barns.
Cooks Racing Pigs
Cook’s Racing Pigs is the most interactive show in the fair business.
Their free betting allows each spectator to have a stake in the race.
Everyone is offered a free colored ticket. If your color pig wins either
of the 2 races, you win a Blue Ribbon that says, “My Pig Won.” After
each race the Cook’s have a drawing from the winning color for a Cook’s
Racing Pigs “My Pig Won” T-shirt. They give away 2 T-shirts per heat
and possibly hundreds of blue ribbons at each performance.
This exciting animal
attraction got it’s start
at the 1986 California
State Fair. They raced
there for their fans for
a record 14 years in a
row. They are coming
up on their 25th
year and still going
strong. This show has
preformed at more
than 300 different
events throughout the
West. Charles, his wife Tonia and their son Charles Jr. are the owners of
Cook’s Racing Pigs. Charles the front man, is a former member of 4-H
and FFA and the son of an Ag Teacher. Charles knows the importance of
educating the public about pigs and the Swine Industry.
In Addition to the their races Charles and Tonia offer their trivia contest
called “College of Pig Knowledge.” Also know as Professor Cook,
Charles enters the audience and emcees this game show asking trivia
questions that will stump and amaze pig lovers and hog farmers alike.
The Cook’s assure the audience that the pigs race because they are well
trained not because they are hungry or thirsty. The pigs can eat from
self-feeders and drink from self-waters 24 hours a day. The pigs race for
a reward of vanilla soft serve ice cream and an Oreo Cookie.
Brass Ring Amusements Midway of Fun
The Carnival is going to be back in town! Brass Ring Amusements
Midway of Fun is a family owned and operated carnival business, which
has served the California fair circuit since 1991.
Harry Mason, the CEO Brass Ring Amusements, has more than 35
years experience in the carnival industry. Harry oversees the daily
operations of the company to ensure complete customer satisfaction. He
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Thursday – August 25, 2011
Four until Midnight
Opening Day – Senior Day
8:00 am 4-H/FFA Goat Show - McClanahan Pavilion
8:00 am Jr. Rabbit Show - Beef Show Ring
8:00 am 4-H/FFA Swine Show - Cassady Arena
4:30 pm Synergy - Courtyard Stage
4:30 pm Cook’s Racing Pigs - Livestock Area
5:00 pm Treasure Hunt For Coins - Kid’s Town
5:00 pm Taste of Butte County - Dining Pavilion
5:30 pm Swan Brother’s Circus - Expo Plaza
5:30 pm Senior Day Recognition - Courtyard Stage Area
6:00 pm Big Wheel Races - Whitaker Drive
6:00 pm Missette & Miss Teen Competition - Courtyard Stage
6:30 pm Cook’s Racing Pigs - Livestock Area
6:30 pm Butte County’s Got Talent - Goldies
7:00 pm Swan Brother’s Circus - Expo Plaza
7:00 pm Champion Drive - McClanahan Pavilion
7:00 pm Poultry Show - Poultry Area
7:30 pm Local Team Roping - Grandstands - Free to the Public
8:00 pm Miss Butte County Competition - Courtyard Stage
8:00 pm Off The Hook - Goldies
8:30 pm Cook’s Racing Pigs - Livestock Area
9:00 pm Swan Brother’s Circus - Expo Plaza
10:00 pm Off The Hook - Goldies
10:00 pm Farmer’s Hall and Exhibit Buildings Close
Friday – August 26, 2011
Noon until Midnight
Kid’s Day
Midway of Fun 5-8pm Buy 1 Get 1 Free
Noon to 4pm Bring a Can Food Drive and Receive $1 off
8:00 am 4-H/FFA Sheep Show - McClanahan Pavilion
10:00 am Open Beef Show - Beef Show Ring
12:30 pm Cook’s Racing Pigs - Livestock Area
2:30 pm Zumba Live Class - Courtyard Stage
2:30 pm Cook’s Racing Pigs - Livestock Area
3:00 pm 4-H/FFA Beef Show - Beef Show Ring
3:00 pm Swan Brother’s Circus - Expo Plaza
3:00 pm Johnny and The Boot Leggers - Goldies
4:00 pm Susan Rosen - Courtyard Stage
4:30 pm Cook’s Racing Pigs - Livestock Area
5:00 pm Knight’s of Columbus Dinner - Tri-Tip Dinner Dinning
Pavilion
5:00 pm Lynn’s Dance Art - Courtyard Stage
5:00 pm Treasure Hunt For Coins - Kid’s Town
5:00 pm Johnny and The Boot Leggers - Goldies
5:30 pm Swan Brother’s Circus - Expo Plaza
6:00 pm Big Wheel Races - Whitaker Drive
6:00 pm Snowmobile Drag Racing and Quadiators In Grandstands -
Additional Admission Cost
6:00 pm Zumba - Courtyard Stage
6:30 pm Cook’s Racing Pigs - Livestock Area
6:30 pm Butte County’s Got Talent - Goldies
7:00 pm Champion Drive - Beef Show Ring
7:00 pm Susan Rosen - Courtyard Stage
8:00 pm Swan Brother’s Circus - Expo Plaza
8:00 pm Weird Science - Courtyard Stage
8:00 pm Kymmi and Diamondback - Goldies
8:30 pm Cook’s Racing Pigs - Livestock Area
9:00 pm Sportsman’s Expo Closes
9:00 pm Susan Rosen - Courtyard Stage
10:00 pm Weird Science - Courtyard Stage
10:00 pm Kymmi and Diamondback - Goldies
10:00 pm Farmer’s Hall and Exhibit Buildings Close
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Saturday – August 27, 2011
Noon until Midnight
Midway of Fun Noon-3pm Buy 1 Get 1 Free
10:00 am Junior Livestock Auction - McClanahan Pavilion
12:30 pm Cook’s Racing Pigs - Livestock Area
1:30 pm Good Vibrations Square Dance Club - Courtyard Stage
2:30 pm Cook’s Racing Pigs - Livestock Area
3:00 pm Swan Brother’s Circus - Expo Plaza
3:00 pm Stacy Stone - Goldies
4:30 pm Susan Rosen - Courtyard Stage
4:30 pm Cook’s Racing Pigs - Livestock Area
5:00 pm Stacy Stone - Goldies
5:00 pm Butte County Young Cattlemen -
Tri-tip Dinner - Dinning Pavilion
5:00 pm Treasure Hunt For Coins - Kid’s Town
5:30 pm Swan Brother’s Circus - Expo Plaza
6:00 pm Big Wheel Races - Whitaker Drive
6:00 pm Zumba - Courtyard Stage
6:30 pm Cook’s Racing Pigs - Livestock Area
6:30 pm Butte County’s Got Talent - Goldies
7:00 pm Destruction Derby in Grandstands
- Additional Admission Cost
7:00 pm Susan Rosen - Courtyard Stage
8:00 pm Swan Brother’s Circus - Expo Plaza
8:00 pm Chris Gardner Band - Courtyard Stage
8:00 pm 9.5 - Goldies
8:30 pm Cook’s Racing Pigs - Livestock Area
9:00 pm Susan Rosen - Courtyard Stage
9:00pm Sportsman’s Expo Closes
10:00 pm 9.5 - Goldies
10:00 pm Chris Gardner Band - Courtyard Stage
10:00 pm Farmer’s Hall and Exhibit Buildings Close
11:15 pm Butte County’s Got Talent Winners - Courtyard Stage
Sunday – August 28, 2011
Noon until Eleven PM
La Famailia Day
Midway of Fun Noon-3pm Buy 1 Get 1 Free
8:30 am Junior Rabbit Show - McClanahan Pavilion
12:00 noon Livestock Awards Ceremony - McClanahan Pavilion
2:00 pm Resonate Sounds - Goldies
3:00 pm Swan Brother’s Circus - Expo Plaza
3:00 pm “Rancho Rios” - East Hazel Street
4:00 pm Jalapeño Eating Contest -Courtyard Stage
5:00 pm Explocion De Durango - Courtyard Stage
5:00 pm Resonate Sounds - Goldies
5:00 pm Treasure Hunt For Coins—Kid’s Town
5:30 pm Swan Brother’s Circus - Expo Plaza
6:00 pm Invacion Nortena…- Courtyard Stage
6:00 pm Big Wheel Races - Whitaker Drive
7:00 pm Destruction Derby in Grandstands
- Additional Admission Cost
7:00 pm Grupo Ilusiones - Courtyard Stage
7:00 pm Book ‘em Dano - Goldies
8:00 pm La Orginal Banda La Jalisciense - Courtyard Stage
8:00 pm Swan Brother’s Circus - Expo Plaza
9:00 pm Book ’em Dano - Goldies
9:00 pm Los Toros De Mexico - Courtyard Stage
9:00pm Sportsman’s Expo Closes
9:00 pm Farmer’s Hall and Exhibit Buildings Close
10:00 pm Banda Tierra Azteca - Courtyard Stage
10:00 pm Farmer’s Hall and Ex-
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Exhibits at
the Fair
Exhibits
abound at the
Butte County
Fair. Come and
see what your
neighbors are
up to this year
by checking out
the baked good,
photography,
quilts, crafts and garden items.
Check out the photography and fine arts in Butte Hall, In the Flower
Bowl you can see floriculture, flowers, farm and garden and feature
booths. Then stop by the Feather Room to see the children’s work, the
quilts and clothing made by the lovely ladies of Butte County, while
meandering through the Farmer’s Hall to see the new location of the
baked goods and canned foods.
Plenty to see and there’s still time to enter your flowers! With entry
dates during the fair!
Special Days at the
Fair
Thursday is “$3 Thursday”
for Adults, and children
under 12 are free and seniors
over 62 are free. The Senior
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at 5:30 pm in the Courtyard
Stage area. We will be
honoring our oldest man,
woman and the longest married couple during this time.
Friday is Kid’s Day. Kids 12 and under get in free. So bring the kids
and have a ball at the fair. With special kids events running all day such
as the water bucket brigade, big wheel races and the treasure hunt in Kids
Town America, you won’t want to miss out. Adults get a $1 off your
admission if you bring a can food item between the hours of noon and
4pm, this is a part of the Miss Butte County Program Can Food Drive.
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Getting Back to Your Roots at the County Fair
Did you know that out of seventy-six fairs in the state of California,
only twenty-one of them are county fairs? The Butte County Fair is more
unique then most realize because it is the only “county fair” within five
of the surrounding counties. Just think about it, Chris Ledoux wrote a
chart topping song about heading to the county fair and one of the most
famous, household stories, Charolette’s Web, was about a pig that won
a prize at the county fair! Whether on or off screen, county fairs are a
part of history, they are the roots of many communities, and they have
touched the lives of countless individuals. This year at the Butte County
Fair it is all about getting back to our roots, learning about local indus-
tries, and “Going Nuts” with friends and family!
It's the Biggest Two-Man Circus Around
The Swan Bros.
Circus is not your
average circus. You
won’t find any elephants
or tigers but you will find
slapstick comedy, clowns, and
fantastic juggling. The self-
described zany duo, Andy
and Mike Swan have been
performing together for over 35
years.
It all began when our oldest
brother, George, taught Andy
how to juggle back in 1966.
At first Andy says he would visit the circuses just to see the jugglers,
once he saw what else the circus had to offer he fell in love.
So what should you expect at a Swan Bros. Circus show? Andy says
“off the wall humor”. Families can also expect to see great slapstick
clowning from Zippy & Hi-tops, juggling acts, balancing rola-bola,
comedy magic, and of course lots of great audience participation, “the
reaction we get is great” he said. ”The best thing about what we do is the
smiles and laughter from the kids” Andy says, “It is also fun for us. We
enjoy what we do!”
So in words of the words of the “Almost World Famous” Duo, May all
your days be CIRCUS DAYS!
The ever popular Swan Bros. enchant and charm their audiences with
an incredible array of circus feats they have mastered over the years and
Fantastic audience participation, and much more. Better known as Zippy
and Hi-tops the clowns this dynamic duo will delight and impress young
and old alike. The Swan Brothers Circus will be at the Fair for all with
shows throughout the day, Thursday at 5:30pm, 7pm and 9pm. Friday
through Sunday at 3pm, 5:30pm and 8pm.
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14. Livestock Office
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Off The Hook
Off the hook is a local northern California
Band Comprised of three Musicians all from
popular area Bands.
The group features Big Bill Mangus of The
Crossroads Band on lead Guitar and vocals,
Billy Dvorak of Inside Strait on drums and
vocals, and Brett Johnson of Inside Strait
and owner of Orovilles “Housers Music”
on Bass guitar and vocals. Collectively they
have played all over the west coast in casinos,
Fairs, and Festivals. You can expect to hear some awesome blues and
rock from these guys in Goldies on Thursday at 8pm and 10pm.
9.5
9.5 is a five-piece rock / variety band based in Northern California.
This is a group of veteran musicians and singers who have played
together since the conception of the band in 2008. 9.5 have had the honor
and privilege of playing at some of the best clubs, festivals and private
events in the Northern California region. 9.5 plays quality danceable
rock, funk soul and blues music from the 70’s on up to current popular
music. Their set list is constantly growing and we will also take special
request songs for weddings and other events enabling you to add a
unique touch to your event making it a truly special experience. Where
we play: Corporate Events, Weddings, Clubs, Festivals, events where
quality energetic live music is desired! We are constantly booking
events. For booking please contact: 9.5 band 4804 Granite Dr. Ste F3224
Rocklin Ca 95677 916-871-6545. Catch 9.5 on Saturday at 8pm and
10pm in Goldies.
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America’s most requested hypnotist
since 1981 — with a Ph.D in fun! Susan
is a world renowned stage hypnotist
with an extensive list of credits. She has
appeared throughout the United States
for 20 years. Susan is a certified hypno-
therapist through the American Board of
Hypnotheraphy and is one of the most
imitated hypnotists of our time.
Susan has designed her show to intro-
duce the novice to the world of hypnosis
in a funny non-threatening way. She will
calm your neurosis and play with your
sense of humor. She presents hypnosis in a lighthearted manner that’s
fun for young and old alike and keeps them coming back for more. The
volunteers are the stars. Total audience participation. Amazing female
perspective. Each show is unique.
Susan has successfully performed at numerous fairs and festivals. She
has received great reviews at Six Flags Great America in Illinois for five
years and Universal Studios in California. She works with many NFL
sport teams and schools as well as many charities throughout the country.
If you choose to join her on stage or just watch the show, you’ll have
the time of your life. Join Susan and play tag with you imagination on
Friday and Saturday of the Butte County Fair.
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2011 Miss Teen Butte County Candidates
Age: 13 · City: Durham
Parents: Kirsten Peters
and Gerald Edwards Jr
Durham Intermediate
School
Hobbies / Interests: 4-H,
raising sheep and hogs, soft-
ball, volleyball, basketball,
and community service
Age: 14 · City: Oroville
Parents: Ken and
Teresa Bachellerie
Oroville High School
Hobbies / Interests: Com-
munity service, helping the
youth of Butte County, being
involved in school sports and
activities, singing, camping,
riding ATVs, 4-wheeling,
spending time with family
and friends
Age: 15 · City: Gridley
Parents:
Don and Valerie Wright
Gridley High School
Hobbies / Interests: Hang-
ing out with friends, showing
horses, raising goats and rab-
bits, 4-H and FFA, Christian
youth group, painting, and
pottery
Age: 15 · City: Chico
Parents:
Richard and Jill Bentler
Pleasant Valley
High School
Hobbies / Interests: 4-H,
breeding, raising and show-
ing goats, community ser-
vice, singing, acting, public
speaking, sports, spending
time with family and friends,
writing, reading and school
activities
Elizabeth Joan
Bentler
Age: 15 · City: Chico
Parents:
Roger and Sabrina Hart
Pleasant Valley
High School
Hobbies / Interests: Spend-
ing time with family and
friends, church and school
activities, playing piano,
NCL community service,
Shasta 4-H, raising goats,
cooking, sewing and com-
munity theater
Danielle
Hart
Hannah Marie
Peters
Marissa Lynn
Bachellerie
Raina Kelle
Wright
2011 Missette Butte County
Age: 11 · City: Oroville
Parents:
Frank and Roxanne Eggen
Oroville Christian School
Hobbies / Interests: Swim-
ming, playing trumpet, sew-
ing, painting and reading
princess books
Age: 10 ·City: Oroville
Parents:
Flint and Betsy Oliver
Hearthstone School
Hobbies / Interests: Danc-
ing, ballet, tap, jazz, and hip
hop, singing, acting, writing,
art and collecting histori-
cal American girl dolls and
snow globes
Age: 10 · City: Gridley
Parents:
Steve and Shawna Smith
Woodrow Wilson
Hobbies / Interests: Danc-
ing, swimming, gymnastics,
spending time with my
Grandma learning to crochet
and sew, reading, playing
with my dogs, cats and two
pygmy goats
Age: 10 · City: Paradise
Parents:
Marvin and Karla Baker
Children’s Community
Charter
Hobbies / Interests: Spend-
ing time with twin and par-
ents, avid reader, ballroom
dancing, baking, sewing,
public speaking and perform-
ing, and being involved in
upper grade scholastics
Kirsten-Grace
Baker
Age: 11 · City: Durham
Parents:
Wayne and June Harry
Durham Intermediate
School
Hobbies / Interests: Cook-
ing, horseback riding, read-
ing, camping, and sewing
Kaia Maisie
Anne Harry
Lela Elizabeth
Eggen
Megan Fiona
Oliver
Samantha
Smith
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2011 Miss Butte County Candidates
Age: 19 · City: Oroville
Parents: Frank and Debbie Belser
CSU, Chico
Hobbies / Interests: Spending time with family
and friends, community service, participating
in local plays, cheerleading, swimming, wake-
boarding, snowboarding, and collecting pop tabs
for the Ronald McDonald House of Charities
Age: 18 · City: Oroville
Parents: Terry and Daniel Maguire
Butte Community College
Hobbies / Interests: Singing, dancing, act-
ing, reading, spending time with family and
friends, and school
(mostly English and Science)
Age: 19 · City: Biggs
Parents: Tracy Davis
Butte Community College
Hobbies / Interests: Singing, shopping, going
to the movies, community service, working
out, jogging, and studying other cultures
Age: 17 · City: Butte Valley
Parents: Christie Boggs
Butte Community College
Hobbies / Interests: Showing sheep and goats,
hunting, softball, sign language, shooting in
archery competitions, public speaking and
community service
Age: 21 · City: Chico
Parents: Deanna Glover
CSU, Chico
Hobbies / Interests: Mentoring, shopping,
spending time with family and friends, danc-
ing, singing, community service, learning
about the community and community mem-
bers, swimming and volleyball
Age: 19 · City: Chico
Parents: Brian Marshall
Butte Community College
Hobbies / Interests: 4-H, singing and playing
musical instruments, sewing, hiking, caving,
public speaking, and traveling
Marcee
Michelle Boggs
Stephanie
Renee Sawyer
Nicole
Marshall
Alyssa
Belser
Emelie Kathryn
Maguire
Brittany
Davis
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Grandstand Entertainment
Two Days of Smashing & Crashing Excitement!
If watching wrecks, hearing noise and playing in the dirt get your
adrenaline pumping, then the Butte County Fair Destruction Derby is an
event for you! This year there will be two days of events so if you decide
that one-day is not enough then come and “Go Nuts” on the second day
too!
There are still opportunities to participate as a driver as well. Imagine
backing into another car on purpose and gaining points that don’t raise
your car insurance! The ever-popular Butte County Fair Destruction
Derby will once again end the fair with a bang.
Often said to be the most exciting event that people have ever seen, the
derby provides heart-pounding excitement. Mud will fly and cars will
crash, making it something to see or participate in. With $8,350.00 in
prize money for both days at stake this is serious business for the drivers.
If cars are not your thing, then participating in the first full-size truck
derby is for you! This is open to all American made ½ and ¾ ton pick-up
trucks with stock beds only. This will sure be a battle of the brands, so
‘Grab Life by the Horns’ and decide whether you are ‘Built Ford Tough’
or an ‘American Revolution.’ Either way this guaranteed to supply thrills
and chills!
The Destruction Derby events will occur during the Butte County Fair
on Saturday, August 27th and Sunday, August 28th in the Grandstands
beginning at 7:00pm each night. Admission to the event will be $13.00
at the gate, does not include fair admission.
Drag Races in Summer with Snowmobiles
The Butte County Fair is bringing back the snowmobile drag races
on Friday, August 26th. The fastest sleds in the Western US will be at
the Fair. With competitors from Southern California all the way up to
Washington this is the event to see. The show will include snowmobiles
traveling up to 75 miles per hour in 300 feet. If that isn’t exciting
enough for you, then watch the drag races as a warm up for the Quadiator
challenge.
The Quadiator
challenge
involves two
people on a
quad; the front
man driving the
back man will
have a balloon
on his helmet
and a wiffle ball
bat in hand. The
last person with
a balloon on their
helmet wins the
prize. The prize is fifty percent of the entry money. The event is $20 to
enter, entries accepted early or the day of the event.
To see these two events get your grandstand ticket for $5. These prices
do not include fair admission.
Want to enter the Drag Races get your entry at the fair office at 199
East Hazel Street or go online to www.buttecountyfair.org to get the
form and mail it in. The Registration for drivers on Friday begins at 8am
when the gates open; driver’s meeting is at 11am. The test and tune and
qualifying runs will take place from 11:30 to 2pm and the Main Event
will start at 6pm. Enter before August 1st for $25 or pay $35 on the
day of the event. Pit passes
are $25. Winners received
trophies and bragging rights,
cash for 1st place in each
class. For more information
on rules and class set-up
contact Kane Menth at 530-
682-6603 or Derek Watkins
at 530-632-0058 from KD
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is highly recommended.
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Trackless Train Rides through the Fair
Catch the train and hear the whistle blow at the Butte County Fair.
Fairgoers can hitch a free ride from Ken Keiffer of the Rawhide Ranch
during the 2011 fair. The train offers fairgoers a chance to sit and relax
and see the fair sights.
Keiffer will provide rides on the grounds from 4pm to 8pm on
Thursday and from 1:30pm to 8pm Friday through Sunday.
Livestock At The Fair
If you like animals you’ll love this year’s fair. With daily livestock
shows, the petting zoo put on by Wheeler Feed and Ranch, Happy Day
Pony Rides and Cook’s Racing Pigs there will be plenty to watch, ride
and pet.
With the move to a four day fair the livestock show will start on
Thursday. Check out the Champion Drive at 7pm on Thursday in
McClanahan Pavilion and Friday night in the Beef Ring. The Junior
Livestock Auction is Saturday 10am in McClanahan Pavilion.
Chris Gardner Band
A famous country songwriter named Harlan Howard once said, “Coun-
try music is three chords and the truth.” Well for The Chris Gardner
Band, that’s exactly what inspires their popular country-rock lyrics. Real
life and the truth.
Five incredible musicians whose talents excel alone but thrive together
are taking huge steps towards flourishing careers in music. Opening up
for major country artists such as Chris Young, Luke Bryan, Love and
Theft, and Sarah Buxton, has been very rewarding for the band. They
also competed in the 2009 Colgate Country Showdown all the way to
state championships in Nevada, and entertained 10,000 people at the Pro-
fessional Bull Riders show in January 2010 at Arco Arena in Sacramento.
The energy coming off the stage when The Chris Gardner Band per-
forms is phenomenal. “They [the fans] know us for our show,” says
Gardner, who admires the talent of Third Day, Zac Brown Band, and
Keith Urban. “We are a humble band and we truly love what we do. We
always give one hundred and fifty percent, whether we’re performing for
two people or a crowd of 10,000.”
Supporting local communities is very important to the band members
and they continue to help with Relay for Life, Make a Wish Foundation,
and Toys for Tots. “We try to do a benefit anytime anyone is in need,”
says Gardner.
The Chris Gardner Band has so many people to thank for their con-
tinued support and love of their music. But if you asked the band who
they’re going to thank first when they make it to the top, it’s Jesus Christ.
He’s the one behind their talent.
The Chris Gardner Band will be on Courtyard Stage Saturday at 8pm.
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World’s 1st Wheelchair Accessible
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Coming to the 6th Annual Surplus City
Fall Mud & Crawl Aug. 27 - 28
The Airborne Ranger Too, the World’s
First Wheelchair Accessible Monster
Truck, will be giving rides at Surplus City’s
6th Annual Fall Mud & Crawl, the tough-
est amateur four-wheel drive competition
on the west coast, Aug. 26-27 at Riffles RV
Park, 4515 Pacific Heights Rd., Oroville.
Owned by Bob and Elaine Frank of
Porterville, CA, the Airborne Ranger Too,
an 18-foot long, 13-foot-wide and 14-foot
tall handicap-equipped, wheelchair-acces-
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built, by Bob and his friend Joe Cypher,
both disabled in separate accidents, to
USHRA/MTRA standards, with a state of
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to allow a wheelchair to be lifted and safe-
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“The Airborne Ranger Too was built so
that every man, woman, and child can have
the ride of their life,” said Elaine Frank, of
the Airborne Ranger Too Team. “We are
excited to bring this monster truck to Oro-
ville for this fantastic event.”
The Airborne Ranger Too travels
throughout the western U.S. giving rides
to people – disabled and not – at events to
raise money for the Ranger Joe Mobility
Foundation, which takes the truck to facili-
ties caring for children with disabilities.
Fall Mud & Crawl, August 27-28
The 6th Annual fall Mud & Crawl, fea-
tures amateur drivers from California, Or-
egon and Nevada compete in four classes
-- modified A, modified B, super modified
and unlimited – for cash, trophies and glo-
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over 13 extreme rock courses.
Back by popular demand for a second
year is the Side by Side Mud Drag event,
a treacherous double elimination drag race
over a 150-foot long, 18-inch deep mud
track.
In addition to all the exciting compe-
titions and the Airborne Ranger Too, the
Mud & Crawl will also feature displays,
food and a raffle benefitting the Butte
County Search and Rescue.
Gates for the event, at Riffles RV Park,
4515 Pacific Heights Rd., open both days
at 9:00am and the action starts at 10:00am.
Admission is $10 for adults; $5 for youth
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MINIATURE PINSCHER PUPS, m/f, shots,
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agement topics like budgeting and saving.
“This year our annual back-to-school
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ents have created a back-to-school shop-
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season is often overlooked as a financial
education opportunity, but it’s an optimal
time for parents to teach teens about bud-
gets and smart spending in a real-world
situation.”
Here are some tips to help you and your
teen budget for back-to-school supplies:
• Make it a family affair: Sit down and
compile a list of supplies your child needs.
Then see if you have any leftover supplies
from last year, such as binders that can be
re-used or glue sticks and crayons.
• Do reconnaissance: In addition to con-
tacting the school and visiting their web-
site to find out what supplies your kids will
need, consider talking to teachers and par-
ents of older kids to find out what students
actually need for each grade level.
• Create a budget: Ask your teens how
much they think is reasonable to spend on
Budgeting For Back To School
supplies. Then draft a list and price each
item using the Internet or a mobile app. If
you or your teen exceeds the projected es-
timate, work to divide the list into needs
and wants, explaining why it’s important
to prioritize.
• Be flexible: If your teens really want
those big-ticket items, work with them to
find the money. They can find ways to
cut costs by clipping coupons, looking
for sales or buying used books. Any extra
earnings can be put into a savings account,
which lets families work towards savings
goals together.
Parents can also help kids develop fi-
nancial planning skills throughout the year,
using methods and tools that resonate with
them, such as online and video games. In
fact, 76 percent of teens say educational
video and online games are a good way to
learn, according to the study from Capital
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website, JA Finance Park Virtual, which
tasks kids with meeting real-life needs,
such as developing a budget, maintaining a
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After all, 55 percent of teens said they
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Park Committee to
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The Oroville VFW, Post 1747, will
present a donation to the Oroville Veteran's
Memorial Park Committee on Thursday,
August 18, 2011 at 10 a.m. The check pre-
sentation will be held at the park site on
Montgomery Street in Oroville.
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6.09 Ac. Some pasture, barn, riparian water rights,
2 springs OWC. Above the lake .................... $95,000
5 Ac. Pasture, 2 springs w/cistern. OWC .. $95,000
S/W M/H fixer on 1+ ac. above lake, OMC.
$1,000 Credit toward improvements ............. $55,000
6.4 Ac. Lakeview Terrace, w/2 sides BLM $50,000
4 Ac. with creek, OMC ............................... $29,000
.87 Ac. Above lake, view, comm water. OMC $22,000
3+ Ac. BC Ranch Estates, OMC ............... $85,000
.73 Ac. Septic, shed, water, OMC ............ $27,000
2.48 Ac. Septic, pad, water in, OMC ....... $64,000
4.25 Ac. Bloomer MT w/pond .................. $35,500
2.30 Ac. with stream, OMC ...................... $29,000
.64 Ac. Lot #129 Above Lake, paved road..$11,000
Cabin in the Rough - 5 Level acres.
OMC ............................................................. $49,000
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Oroville, CA 95965
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589-5728
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front porch, new carpet & paint .. $850
2Bd/2Ba. M.H., 1440 sq. ft., fenced
back yard, yard maint. paid ......... $850
2Bd/2Ba. + detach 1 Bd/1Ba. M.H. in
Kelly Ridge, central H/A .............. $900
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2001 Karsten 24 x 48/50 (1,176 sq. ft.)
2 Bedroom, 2 Bath plus Den. Built-In
K Hutch & Large Pantry. All Electric
Home. Like new water heater. Located
on quiet street. Extra guest parking avail-
able nearby. Includes Washer, Dryer,
Stove and Refrigerator, Window Cover-
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Insulation throughout. A Must See! Ask-
ing $58,500. O.B.O.
2001 Fleetwood 26 x 45 (approx. 1275
sq.ft.) 2 B/2B, office, LR, DR, very nice
built in DR Hutch. K & Utility Room.
Very spacious & clean. Includes Refer.,
DW, Stove w/Micro & W/D. Includes
has wood & tile floors & CH/AC. A
MUST SEE!! Asking $59,500 OBO.
1976 Lancer/Royal Knight 20 x 40 (800
sq.ft.) 2B/1B, LR, K & DR. Includes W/D
& some furniture. Near Clubhouse. Good
condition & Clean. Asking $9,000.
2002 Fleetwood 24 x 40 (960 sq.ft.)
2B/2Bath w/ Den. Includes new stove,
water heater, Front/Rear awnings,
Paint. Includes a pellet stove, Refrig.
& Laundry area. Central Heat & A/C.
Some wood floors. Very clean inside &
out. Move in Ready. Asking $42,500.
2002 Fleetwood 24 x 40 (960 sq.ft.)
2B/2Bath w/ Den. Includes new stove,
water heater Front/Rear awnings
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· 1282 Butte Ave 3/2 ............... $1000/$1500
· 603 Encina Grande 2/1 ............. $750/$800
· 559 Silverleaf 3 +Den/3 ....... $1795/$2000
· 1076 Nevada 2/1 ................... $775/$1,000
· 2686 Foothill Blvd 3/2 ...........$1395/$1500
· 1451 W Oro Dam Blvd #27 1+den/1 . $500/$500
· 1451 W Oro Dam Blvd #39 2/1 . $600/$600
· 212 Apache Cir 3/2 ................$1500/$1700
· 2161 Feather River (Commercial) 1270 sq ft ..$1000/$1500
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hiking trails ...................................................... $77,000
Valley Views 4.48 acre parcel with rock outcroppings
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acct ................................................................... $75,000
Ponderosa Pines Enjoy clean air and tall trees on
these two adjoining lots totaling 2+ acres; paved road
and utility water ............................................... $39,000
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· East Foothills/City Limits - 3Bd/3BA
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MUST SEE .............................$139,000
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· Private - 33.4 acre parcel, Stringtown
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Land
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$75k, 18K down.
Owner will carry.
Has septic installed.
Water main at the road. PG&E close by.
Beautiful view.
3 minutes from Highway 70.
530-712-7041
LAND FOR SALE, 2.2 acres, electric/well on
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carpet and paint, $550/mo, $500/dep. Leave
message at 530-354-1900
TRAVEL TRAILER space for rent $250 a
month. Available now Call Judy 530-534-6956
between 11am-1pm
1/BD-1/BA, DUPLEX, FENCED yard, clean,
nice neighborhood, $450/mo, $450/deposit,
sewer/garbage paid, 530-712-0061 after 4pm
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gas stove, hardwood floor, fenced, large back
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LAKERIDGE ESTATES Illness forces sale. Over 1900 sq ft quality built home Only $219,900 call Marilyn for more info.
3ac. of country livng 1/2 hr to town, 3bd/2ba/4c garage...................................................................................... $199,000
AWESOME lake view from the Kelly Ridge lot .................................................................................................... $149,900
Fixer upper 3bd/2ba 1980 Mnfg home in Thermalito ........................................................................................... $47,900
EXCELLENT OPPORTUNITY to own 5 acs overlooking the Vally for your future home. Water, Power, Septic . $139,900
WALK TO LAKE MADRONE from this building site. Located close to bridge & beach. Gated Community.
Owner Finance! ..................................................................................................................................................... $19,900
Mt. Retreat - Country Home, private 4.5 Ac., Orchard, Meadow, Pond, Shop, MORE! ...................................... $248,000
Private in Town - 3bd/2ba, 2.8 Acres, Shop, Pool, Orchard, Pond, room for horse & more ............................... $249,000
Peace and Quiet - 3bd/2ba, Large view lot, Newer: Roof, Siding, Windows, Kitchen, Baths. Turnkey ...........@ $189,900
UNIQUE E. FOOTHILLS 3bd house + 1bd guest. Park-like, quiet setting .......................................................... $313,900
FENCED AND GATED 5 Oak-shaded acres. Two septic systems ........................................................................ $79,000
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· 2938 Florence - Large 2bd/2ba,
fenced yard, washer dryer hook ups,
carport .................................................$725
· 2140 C St. - 4bd/2ba, fenced yard,
clean, has garage ........................... $925
· 4948 Virginia - 2 Bed ...................... $650
· 5427 Walmer Rd. - 2bd/2ba ....... $1100
· 2127 B St. - 3 bd, fenced yard ........ $850
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70 Greenbrier, 3/2 ..................................................... $900/$1100
3268 Myers St., 4/2 ................................................ $1000/$1200
11A Dorr, 2/1 ............................................................... $700/$900
1870 Elqin, 2/1.5 ......................................................... $725/$925
2218 Vern Ct., 2/1 .......................................................$850/$1050
5222 Royal Oaks Dr., 2/2 ...........................................$875/$1075
6905 Lincoln Blvd., 3/1 ........................................... $1000/$1200
2255 Montgomery St., 1/1 ......................................... $550/$750
2222 Park Ave., 3/2 ................................................. $1000/$1200
54 Cherry Ln. #B, 3/1 .................................................$850/$1050
54 Cherry Ln. #D, 2/1 ................................................. $650/$850
3466 Ashley, 3/2 ..................................................... $1000/$1200
4 Highland Terrace, 1/1 .............................................. $550/$750
99 Mono Ave. #D, 2/1 ................................................. $550/$750
2162 S. Villa, 3/2 ...................................................... $1100/$1300
5505 Autrey Ln., 3/1 ................................................... $750/$950
31 Whispering Oak, 6 acre Ranch with five bedroom house
A Must See ...............................................Reduced to $360,000
HOUSES FOR RENT
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FOR SALE CONTACT WANDA ASH-ARMSTRONG LIC. #01416834
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APARTMENTS FOR RENT
1865 Pine St., 1/1 ................................................ $500/$700
LESA’S FURNISHED ROOMS, utilities
included, cable TV, local phone, wireless
internet, coin-laundry, light cooking.
$450-$500/month, $125/dep. 530-533-1095
3/BD-2/BA, GARAGE, BIG YARD
1105 Nevada, Thermalito, Sec8,
NO pets, $950-$1050, lease option possible,
530-693-0158
1/BD SINGLE WIDE, new carpet/paint, $550/
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ROOM FOR RENT, furnished, utilities included,
NO SMOKING/DRUGS/PETS, $425/MO,
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LOVELY 2/BD COTTAGE w/garage,
downtown, $900/mo, +deposit, NO PET!!!!!
Water/garbage paid, 530-534-8613
LARGE 1/BD, updated, new appliances, quiet
building. $500/mo. Oroville, 916-214-7733
OAKS SENIOR 55+. Duplex, 1/BD $550, 2/BD
$700, w/washer & dryer, air, pool, gated,
no Sec-8, 530-589-5000
2/BD-1/BA HOUSE, NEW CARPET, fresh
paint, porch, w/g paid, $675/mo +dep, 2343
Montgomery, 530-873-1178.
2/BD 1/BA IN QUIET MOBILE HOME
Community, 2nd bed perfect for office/nursery,
$575/mo, no deposit with job and good credit,
3289 Hwy 70, Oroville. 530-533-5410 for
appointment.
SAVE HORSE STABLE, rent 2 Stables,
2/bd-1.5/ba, for horse loving family, 4/acres,
$800/mo, $1200/dep, 530-532-1672, Se Habla
Espanol
FURNISHED KITCHENETTES, $650/mo, +city
tax +dep, utilities paid, Dahl’s Motel 2010
Feather River Blvd 530-534-7392
1608-A BRIDGE ST. Oroville, 3/BD-1/BA,
laundry room, forced-air, heat/AC, water paid,
$850/mo, $400/deposit, 775-343-6960
2/BD-2/BA, MOBILE HOME, new flooring,
water/garbage paid, No pets/smoking, Gridley
area, 415-760-5783
SINGLE WIDE MOBILE HOME Space for rent,
$335/mo, includes water/garbage, septic, 55+
community, 530-693-4565
YOU WILL LOVE these homes!
2127 Bst. 3/BD, fenced yard, $850, 2938
Florence, Large, 2/BD-2/BA, fenced yard, W/D
hook-ups, $725. 4948 Virginia, 2/BD, $650,
5427 Walmer Rd. 5/BD-2/BA, $1100, 2140 C
St. 3/BD-2/BA, $895, Fenced yard, clean, has
garage. No credit check fees, we do take
Section 8, pets w/dep,
Robert 530-282-5005
ROOM FOR RENT, kitchen privileges and
bath, in country home, $400/mo +dep, utilities
included, 530-534-5939
STUDIO APT, $325/MO, +deposit, downtown,
NO pets, water/garbage paid, 530-534-8613
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OROVILLE
SOC. SECURITY REP AVAILABLE TO HELP
Noon-2pm, 3rd Thurs. mthly @Oroville
Library. www.socialsecurity.gov

THURS. NIGHT CONCERTS IN THE PARK
6:30-8pm @Riverbend Park + Bounce House
& Chuckwagon BBQ. Info, 533-2011
Aug. 18: “Stumpjumperz”- Country Rock
Aug. 25: “8-Track Attack”- Rock/Blues

FREE MOVIES @ LIBRARY
Aug. 20: 1pm, “Jane Eyre” Rated PG

AUG. FREE MOVIES IN THE PARK
Aug. 19: “Tangled” @ dusk, Bicentennial
Park, Huntoon & Robinson + pre-show
entertainment 7:15-8pm. Aug. 26: “Indiana
Jones & the Last Crusade” Info, 533-9622
AUG. 17 TRI-TIP DINNER/DANCING
5:30pm @Riffles Resort, 4488 Pacific Heights
Rd. Hosted by Supervisor Bill Connelly w/
music by “Inside Strait.” Info, 624-4148
TALENT CONTEST @FAIR
Deadline Aug. 19. Info, 846-3626 or www.
buttecountyfair.org

AUG. 20 AIRPORT DAY FLY-IN
8am-4pm Oroville Municipal Airport main
gate, 225 Chuck Yeager Way. Free Admission.
Pancake breakfast 8am. Displays, exhibits, &
Fly-Bys. Radio controlled airplanes & helicop-
ters + antique cars & trucks. Info, 693-8451 or
www.AirportDayFlyIn.com
AUG. 27 LUAU & HOT AUG. NIGHT
CAR SHOW
6pm Cocktail Hour & Car Show; 7pm Luau
party @Lake Oroville Golf & Event Center.
$30/ticket—purchase at Pro shop (589-0777)
or Friends Hair Studio (533-3902). 990-7002
BUTTE COUNTY FAIR RIDE COUPONS
Discounted carnival ride coupons for Butte
County Fair (Aug. 25-28) available @The
Digger in Oroville, Gold Country Bank (Live
Oak), Wheeler Ranch & Feed + Buckshot
Grill (Biggs), & Gridley @Ace Hardware, Casa
Lupe Market, The Make-Up Room, & Les
Schwab. Info, 846-3626
SEPT. 3 HISTORICAL CANOE RIDE
9am-1pm @Thermalito Diversion Pool (Table
Mt. Blvd. to Cherokee Rd. approx. 2 miles) Bring
your own canoe, kayak or electric motored boat
+ lunch, water, etc. Info, 877-7436
1ST & 3RD SAT. BANGOR FARMERS’ EXCHANGE
8am-1pm @Kumbak Ranch & Feed, 5690
Laporte Rd. Info, 692-1011
FARMERS MARKETS
• Wednesdays: 11-5 @hospital parking lot
• Thursdays: 11-3 @El Medio Fire Station,
3515 Myers. Info, 624-8844
• Saturdays: 7:30-Noon, downtown
FREE LUNCH
Mon: 10-Noon @Harvest Community
Church, 2555 Baldwin. Tues/Wed. 11-1pm @
Trinity Church, Myers/Lower Wyandotte
Feather River Rec & Park, 533-2011
Visit our website: www.frrpd.com
• Line Dancing: 6-7pm M & W
• Cartooning/Art: (7 + up)
• Karate: T & Th, ages 5 & up
• Dance: ages 2 & up
• Senior Exercise: Mon & Wed 8-9:20am
• Tai Chi: Tues. & Thurs. 8:30-10am
Oroville YMCA Events, 533-9622
• DAY CAMP M-F, 2-4 pm;
• STRUT T/Th 9 am
• TAI CHI M/W 7:45-8:45 am; T/Th 5:30
• AQUA FIT M-W-F 8, 9,& 10am+ 5:30pm
• OPEN SWIM M-T, Th-F 2-4pm
• PILATES T/Th 5:30 pm
• ZUMBA 5:30 pm M/W
• WATER FLEX M/W 11 am
*Pool is dome covered, heated, & available
for rental. Email: orovilleymca.org
PARADISE…
NOW-AUG. 24 LINE DANCE CLASS 6:30-
8:30pm each Wed @Terry Ashe Rec Cntr, 6626
Skyway. Info, 872-6393
AUG. 20 CLOTHING SALE/ART SHOW 9-4 @
Sr. Center, 877 Nunnely Rd.. 877-1733
AUG. 21 OLD TIMERS PICNIC 11am @Gold
Nugget Museum, 502 Pearson. 872-8722
AUG. 27 CONCOURS DE LA CHAPELLE
5-10pm, @3300 Inspiration Lane. Classic car
show, art show, ballet, jazz & great food. Benefit
for N. Calif. Ballet. Info, 228-0941
PARADISE TOASTMASTERS Meets every
Wed. morn, 6:30-7-45 am @Cozy Diner, 6371
Skyway. Info, 873-2533 or 876-0275
MOST SATURDAYS— LIBRARY BOOK SALE
10am-3pm @5922 Clark Rd. Info, 872-6320
EACH SAT. SAMARITAN FREE CLINIC Health
care provided @Luther Hall, 780 Luther Dr.
GLEANERS, “SENIORS SERVING SENIORS”
Food Program, 6695 Skyway. Info, 872-0637
CHICO…
Fine Arts & Performing Arts

NOW-SEPT. 9 FRI. NIGHT CONCERTS
7-8:30pm @City Plaza. Info, 345-6500
Aug. 19: “Rube & the Rhythm Rockers”
Aug. 26: “Jeff Pershing Band”

AUG. 19-SEPT. 10 “Nature Big & Small”
@ Avenue 9 Art Guild & Gallery. 879-1821
AUG. 19-SEPT. 23 “Summer Migration”
Sally Dimas Art Gallery. Info, 345-3063
NOW-AUG. 21 “My Way—Tribute to
Frank Sinatra”
7:30pm, Chico Theater Co. Info, 894-3282
ENTERTAINMENT CHICO
on-line events @ entertainmentCHICO.com
Other Chico Area Events
EVERY SAT. Certified Farmers’ Market
7:30am-1pm at 2nd & Wall
NOW-SEPT. 29 THURS. NIGHT MARKET
6-9pm @Broadway (2nd-5th St. + 3rd & 4th side
streets). Farm-fresh produce, delicious food,
arts/crafts, live entertainment. 345-6500
AUG. 19 BTG PICNIC
6-8pm. Info, 342-5746
AUG. 19 POINT RACE #14
6:30pm @Silver $ Speedway. Info, 350-7275
AUG. 20 ROAD RUNNER MARKETPLACE
8am-1pm @Chico Mall Parking Lot, between
Sears & Outback. Info, 343-0706, 895-2359
AUG. 20 “NANNY MCPHEE”
FREE movie after sunset @Sycamore Field,
Bidwell Park. www.chicorec.com or 895-4711
AUG. 20 HOT AUGUST CAR SHOW
8am-3pm @Elks Picnic Area, 1705 Manzani-
ta. Vendors 895-1222; gen. info 876-8909 or
343-4193 or www.vintagechevroletclub.org
AUG. 24 NEIGHBORHOOD NIGHT OUT
6-9pm @Wildwood Park. Games, crafts, gi-
ant slip n’slide, bounce house, face painting,
low cost food options & live music by the
Jeff Pershing Band. Info, 895-4711
CHICO RUNNING CLUB 1st & 3rd Sat.
9am, May-Oct. @ Bidwell Park 1-Mile Rec. area,
N.side prkng lot. Info, 879-9000
SINGLES 40+ MIXER/DINNER WEDNESDAYS
5:30pm @ Gooney Bird Restaurant, 3312
Esplanade. Info, 345-2020
3RD THURS. MTHLY
www.DemocraticActionClubofChico.com
BUTTE COUNTY BIRD CLUB
7:30pm 2nd M. mth @ Chico Grange. http://
buttecountybirdclub.angelfire.com/homep-
age
RAPE CRISIS TRAINING Call 891-1331
SUPPORT GROUP INFO: 879-3807
MEET AT 109 PARMAC RD., STE. 2

•GRIEF & LOSS SUPPORT Thurs,11-Noon
AUG. FEATURED ARTIST-JULEE SPOHN
“Travel Works” @Artists of River Town
Gallery & Gifts, 1435 Myers St. Regular
Hrs: 12-4 pm Tues.-Sat. Info, 534-3227

CALL FOR ENTRIES—JURIED ART SHOW
“Clues & Evidence” will be Oct. 1-28 @
Artists of Rivertown Gallery, 1435 Myers
St. Many awards. Open to artists 18 or
older. Entries due Sept. 19. Info, 533-4140
or http://artistofrivertown.com
DONATIONS NEEDED @NWSPCA
Dry dog & cat food & kitty litter especially
appreciated. Drop off donations at 2787
S. 5th Ave. or call 533-7636
SATURDAY TEAS @ EHMANN HOME
1-3pm@ Ehmann Home, 1480 Lincoln.
$10. By Reservation only. Info, 877-7436
VFW DANCE EACH 1ST. FRIDAY
7-10pm@VFW, 1901 Elgin @Lincoln.
Only $5. Info, 534-9538 or 370-1408
VFW BREAKFAST EACH 1ST. SAT.
8-10:30am@VFW, 1901 Elgin @Lincoln.
Only $5. Info, 534-9538
2ND SAT. MTHLY PANCAKE BREAKFAST
8-10am @Palermo Grange, 7600 Irwi-
nAve. Info, 533-9211
HI GUY, HI HON COMMUNITY DANCES
7-10pm 2X mthly@ Southside Commu-
nity Cntr. $7. Info, 534-0811
SURPLUS COMMODITIES- 538-7158
HELPFUL RESOURCES
MEDICARE COUNSELING - Free in Oroville,
Paradise, & Gridley, including Medicare
Part D, by appt. only, at 1-800-434-0222 or
898-6716
SENIORS: Passages Adult Resource Center
can assist you if you need help paying bills or
balancing checkbook, etc. Info, 898-6606
• 8 am-8 pm Parent Talk Line
Parenting issues & support 530-343-TALK
• Alzheimer’s Caregivers Support Group, 3rd
Wed. 2-4pm, Family Resource Center, 2185
Baldwin Ave. Info, 895-9661
• Butte County Fire Safe Council offers Free
brush chipping service. Info, 877-0984.
• Diabetes Self-Management Dr. referral
required, Covered by Medicare & most insur-
ances. Info, 534-4530 Comp Care.
• Fibromyaligia & Chronic Fatigue
FREE info & resources, call 533-0780
• Gamblers Anonymous -No dues, no fees.
Oroville(591-5584): Mon/Th,7-8 pm, 1575 Bird
St. Chico(566-1596): Wed. 7pm, Congrega-
tional Church, 1190 E. 1st Ave. in library.
• Hepatitis C Support Group 2pm, 3rd Wed.
@ Oroville Health Center, 2800 Lincoln Blvd.
Info, 538-7276
• Low Impact Exercise Class, M & W,
1-2:30pm @ 1st Methodist Church, 45 Acacia
Ave. Info, 533-0780
• Programs at the Family Resource Center,
(1720 Daryl Porter Way) & off site (533-1576).
Diabetes Group (533-1576 or 533-8220),
Grief Support (534-5519), Stroke Support
(534-5519), Parkinson’s Support (534-
5519), Creative Writing Class (533-4137),
Arthritis Foundation Exercise Class,
(533-0780), Soul Collage Class (533-0780),
Senior Info (533-0780), Water Exercise
(533-0780)
• TOPS (Taking Off Pounds Sensibly). Info,
Helen at 533-6451. Palermo Grange. Info,
533-9170, Thermalito Grange, Fridays 10am.
Info, Ned @533-1260
Movie Theater
Phone Numbers
Tinseltown, Chico 879-9612
Pageant Theater, Chico 343-0663
AMH/OPUS, Willows 934-2959
Paradise Cinema 7 872-7800
Feather River Cinemas
Oroville 534-1885
Free Oroville Library Events, 1820 Mitchell
www.buttecounty.net/bclibrary
• Storytime Ages 3-5, 11am Weds.
•Babies Love Books 18mths/younger,11am Th.
• Crafts 5yrs/Up, last Wed. mth, 3:30-5pm
• Teen Volunteer Program —ages 14-18
• Teen Poetry Reading, last Sat. of mth. 1-2pm
• Thinking Readers Book Club 4th Wed.
10:30-11:30am or 7-8pm.
• Adult Reading Program: Tutoring in reading,
writing, spelling & math.
• Chess with Bill Reid- 3-6pm Wednesdays.
Info on all, 538-7641 or 538-7355
Berry Creek Events
• Wed. Bingo (7pm) & Dinner (5-30-6:30, Only $5)
at The Grange. 4th Wed. is Bunco Night.
• Citizen’s Assn, 3rd Sat. 9am. Info, 589-3807
•Fire Safe Council 1st Thurs. mthly, 6-8pm @
Volunteer Fire Station
• Community Assoc, 2nd Sat. 9am. @Fire Station
61, Rockefeller Rd. Info, www.berrycreekca.org
GRIDLEY & south…
• Tues. Farmer’s Mrkt, 5-8pm @Ace Hardware
• Square Dancing, each Tues. 6:30pm @Commu-
nity Bldg, 300 E. Spruce St. Info, 846-3687
• Aug. 20 Country Tradition Band 8-11pm,
Gridley Moose Lodge. Hwy 99.
• Aug. 25-28 “Little Shop of Horrors” 7pm +
2pm Sun. @Auditorium, 1919 B St. Info,749-6155
• Bingo, each Thurs. 6:30pm, Veteran’s Hall, 249
Sycamore St., Gridley. Info, 370-0251
• Grief Support Group Info, 749-3347
•Gridley Fellowship Alcoholics Anonymous Info,
Scott: 868-0723, Steve: 933-4373, Dru: 518-3719
•AA Hotline, 228 Spruce. Kyle 846-4664
Monthly/Weekly Events
• Alcoholics Anonymous-Women Only, Mon. 5:30-
6:30 @Alano Club, 2471 Bird St. Info, 534-9759
•Al-Anon, Each Mon. 6:30-7:30pm, Orov Family Cntr,
1720 Daryl Porter Way (enter front).534-7395
•Amateur Radio Society, W6AF 2nd Fri. 7pm at
Episcopal Church Annex, 1430 Pine St. 533-8303
•American Legion Mtgs. 2nd & 4th Thurs. 7pm
at Veteran’s Hall, Montgomery.
• Bangor: Women’s Improvement 2nd Wed. Sept-
June (679-2409). Community Park Assoc. 7pm.
3rd Tues. (679-2112)
• Carving 2nd & 4th Wed. mthly. Info, 533-3579
• Gold Country Dowsers, 534-3516, 589-1479
•Horseshoe Pitchers Assoc. N. Calif. Info,877-3680
• Christian Motorcyclists, Info, 533-5266
• Lake Oroville Garden Club, 2nd Thurs. mthly,
9:30-Noon @ Presbyterian Church, 589-0346
• Lion’s Club, 2nd & 4th Thurs. 6pm, W. Pacific
Brewing & Dining, 2191 High St. Info, 534-7181
• Monday Club Tea & Lunch 1st Mon. Noon, 2386
Montgomery St. Speaker each tea. 533-5976
• Mounted Assistance Unit, 1st Tues. 6:30pm@State
Park Headquarters, 400 Glen Dr. Info, 863-9225
• Oddfellow/Rebekah Breakfast, 4th Sun. 8-11am,
@1472 Oliver St. Info, 533-9213
• Oro Dam Peggers Cribbage Club 589-2192
• Oroville Area Democratic Club, 3rd Thurs. 7pm,
3101 Orange Ave. Info, 533-5921
• Oroville Foundation of Flight, Info, 533-8303
• Oroville Hospital Auxiliary, Info, 589-0812
• Oroville Pageant Riders Info, 533-3717
• Oroville Peace Project 1st & 3rd Thurs. 7pm @
Library. No cost, non-partisan, Info, 533-8941
• Oroville Piecemakers Quilt Guild 3rd Thurs. 9am,
Palermo Grange. Quilting/fiber arts. 534-8436
• Oroville Republican Women Info, 589-4601
• Oroville Rock Club 6:30pm, 1st Tues. @Oroville
Library, 1820 Mitchell. 693-1304
• Palermo Grange Swiss Steak Dinner, @5-7pm,
4th Sat., 7600 Irwin. Women, games Wed.11-2.
Info, 533-1276
• Retired Teachers. Info, 534-9198
• Toastmasters, Noon-1pm each Weds. @Holiday
Inn Express, 550 Oro Dam Blvd. Info, 514-2462
• United Bikers of N. Calif. 7pm, Mt. Mike’s Pizza,
1st Mon., mthly.
•Wyandotte Grange: Breakfast,7-11am, 1st Sun.
mthly. Dinner, 5-7pm 3rd Sat. mthly. Bunco, 2nd
Wed. mthly. 6-9pm. Scrapbooking each Mon.
3:30, & Crafts each Tues. 10am, 4900 Foothill
Blvd. Info, 589-5932
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We were back home, and then
Mom left again. Itʼs just Dad and
me, not sure where she went, but she
took a suitcase with her and told me
to take care of Dad! Ha! I hope he
remembers to feed me. Mom does
all that, she feeds me, takes me for
walks, plays with me after dinner
and is always there for me. Dad, on
the other hand, sleeps in his chair
most of the day, but he does give me
my noon treats. But he does love
me, too—pets me, even when I wake
him up in the mornings, always says
Hi when he passes me and most of
all takes me for rides.
Now that Mom is gone, Dad takes
me to get the mail every afternoon.
We go to the garage, I jump onto the
golf cart and away we go. Dad stops
for the mail, and I wait. Then we go
around the corner to the house. Itʼs
a nice little break in the afternoon.
Dad doesnʼt watch me as much as
Mom, so I can get into trouble all by
myself. I took Humpy and buried
him. Then I dug him up and brought
him into the house. He was wet and
full of sand. Boy, did I get into trou-
ble. Dad had to vacuum up the sand,
shake Humpy off and took him away
from me. Oh well, I have something
else I can bury. I took my chew bone
this time. Again, in trouble. Dad
seems to be more on guard now that
mom is gone. He keeps telling me
heʼs going to tell Mom when she gets
back. Hoo boy, I could get in double
trouble, if she finds out.
Weather seems to be warming up
now, and it is getting very windy
here. Some days my toys just fly
around the yard. And the golfers let
fly their balls, and they are landing in
our pool and on the front lawn. Boy,
that wind is sure something! Dad
said he got an e-mail from Mom;
she is in France, who knew. Hope
she buys me a present. She usually
does when she goes somewhere, but
France? Do they have doggie toys
over there? I know I am a French
Bulldog, but most people in France
have poodles, frou frou dogs, as my
Dad calls them. He likes me ʻcause
I am meaty, as in solid muscle. Any-
way, hope Mom doesnʼt forget me.
She told Dad to make sure I was be-
ing a good boy. Well, I hope Dad
didnʼt tell her about my escapades
with Humpy. But maybe it is OK,
ʻcause then she will have forgotten
by the time she returns.
Another week has passed, and
I donʼt even look for Mom, I just
go about my business, be-bopping
around the house and yard, like ev-
erything is fine. But I do miss her.
Finally Dad told me we were going
to get Mom at the airport. Boy o
boy, I get to go for a ride. We park
the car and just sit! What is this?
Dad says we have to wait for Mom
to call when she get her suitcase. Oh
boy, the phone rings and now we go.
Mom is standing on the curb, am I
happy to see her! She gets into the
car, and I jump into her lap and lick
her up one side and down the other.
Boy, itʼs good to have her home!
When she got home she opened
her bag and voila, a present for me.
A speckled mouse with big rubber
feet that squeaks. She didnʼt forget
me, I knew she wouldnʼt. Love that
lady; I really do.
Louis here...
43. Describes duckling before it became swan
44. Pl. of #3 Down
46. Bog down
47. *Thrown during gym or recess
48. North American evergreen
50. The only thing to fear?
52. Tommy of “Motley Crue”
53. The hunted
55. La Cosa Nostra, e.g.
57. *Occasionally subbed for
61. Greek monsters of nine heads
64. Greeting
65. Olympic chant
67. One born to Japanese immigrants
69. Donor’s bequest
70. Buddy
71. Authoritative proclamation
72. Seacrest or Phillippe
73. *Pencil number
74. “The Second Coming” poet
DOWN
1. *It helps determine grade level
2. Sight aid
3. Hawaiian feast
4. Nimble
5. *School buses have this in common
6. Please get back to me
7. Theodor Geisel, ___ Dr. Seuss
8. People who are direct don’t _____ words
9. Squirrel’s nest
10. Rounded protuberance
11. Period before noon
12. Women’s undergarments
15. Popular flowering shrub
20. Oneness
22. Lil Wayne’s genre
24. Bewilder
25. *Soft white calcite
26. _____ New Guinea
27. Relating to an area
29. Type of rich soil
31. *Group of one sort or another
32. Relating to alga
33. _____ prosequi
34. Manner
36. *Played in a marching band
38. Withered
42. Morally degraded
45. One way to steal gas from a car
49. “Is” is to “she” as ___ is to “we”
51. *He played Thornton Melon in “Back to School”
54. Combust or break out
56. Here she comes?
57. God of thunder
58. Spooky
59. Aquarium scum
60. Kin group
61. Light above a saint
62. World’s largest continent
63. Dissenting clique
66. 2004 horror movie
68. “___ now or never”
ACROSS
1. Lessen the intensity of, as in fear
6. Player in St. Louis
9. *Type of mistakes to be avoided
13. On a dashboard
14. Winter glider
15. Knight’s protection
16. Mode of communication
17. Soccer mom’s ride
18. African equine
19. *Phys. ed. movement
21. *Colorful staple for kids, pl.
23. Immeasurable period
24. One of three square
25. Tax helper
28. Skilled in deception
30. Popular pie filling in South
35. Not easy
37. “____ and turn”
39. Administer
40. Copycat
41. “Revolutionary Road” novelist Richard
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Sunday August 28, 2011
In Oroville!
Starting at Bicentennial Park
· 10AM - Opening Reception featuring local historians, artists
& researchers. Book signing by Richard Burrill - free commemorative
book marks with book purchase
· 11AM - Historic walking tour reveals events of Ishi’s week in Oroville
· 12NOON - Reception at Ehmann Home featuring Local artist, Diana Wyles
and her Limited Edition Ishi Commemorative necklaces plus hors d’oeuvres
· 1–5PM - Lake Oroville Visitor Center Tour Ishi exhibit & movie
For more information contact the BCHS at 530-533-9418 or 530-877-7436
Or BCHS website: www.buttecountyhistoricalsociety.org
The Butte County Historical
Society is hosting a
gathering to celebrate
the significance of Ishi’s Yana
and Maidu heritage. Our
goal is to recognize how
everyone is indigenous in
one or more times or places.
SCHEDULE OF EVENTS
Ishi Centennial Celebration 1911 – 2011
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