Episode 305 – May 11, 2012

Tune in to another home-grown, organic episode of the Good Morning Scott Valley program.

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Scott Valley Lions Scholarship

The Scott Valley Lions are accepting applications for their Ruth Wilson Memorial Scholarship through June 30, 2012. This $500 scholarship is available for a continuing student who is either an Etna High School graduate or a current resident of Scott Valley who has been out of high school at least one year. To request an application please contact Scott Valley Lions, PO Box 23, Etna, CA 96027 or email barcoat@sisqtel.net.

Quilt Raffle

The Scott Valley Quilt Guild created this beautiful, Monet-inspired, floral “Opportunity Quilt” which is currently on display at the Scott Valley Bank in Fort Jones. Tickets cost $1 for one ticket or $5 for ten tickets. The drawing will be held on May 19, 2012 at the Quilt Show in Fort Jones. Proceeds go for local scholarships. The winner is not required to be present to win.

Sober Grad Night Raffle Winners!

NOW Selling EHS 2012 Sober Grad Night Raffle Tickets $5.00/each or 5 for $20.00
Prizes:  40″ Big Screen HD TV
Craftsman YT 3000 Lawn Tractor
Craftsman 27 Ton Log Splitter
7 Piece Patio Furniture Set
$500.00 Cash
Drawing to be held at the Scott Valley Pleasure Park Rodeo in May
Ask Any Senior about purchasing or call Bernay at (530) 467-3201 Email: info@scottvalleydirectory.com

Local Art and Live Music at Ft. Jones Street Fair

The sun should be shining as popular local musicians play and talented artists display and sell their creations at the Marble Rim Gallery’s 6th Annual Artisan Street Festival on Saturday, May 19th, from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. in the Scott Valley Bank parking lot off of Main Street in Fort Jones. The Festival will feature artisan booths, incredible live music by local award-winning musicians, barbecued all-beef hot dogs and polish dogs, cotton candy, and a raffle with amazing hand-crafted prizes worth nearly a thousand dollars!

The Marble Rim Gallery is a fiscally-sponsored project, and operates under the non-profit umbrella, of the Siskiyou Arts Council. The artisan booths and the Marble Rim Gallery will offer a wide variety of original creative works for sale including: photographic art, pine needle baskets and woodturning, watercolors, many types of jewelry, painted and wood-burned gourds, fabric and wood crafts, fishing spinning lures, colorful tie dyed items, hand-crocheted and knitted creations, pottery and many other crafts.

Scott Valley Bank has continued its helpful tradition of offering artists the use of their parking lot for the Festival. Alan Kramer of Etna once again has generously donated his excellent sound system for use by the musicians — all of whom have also kindly donated their time and incredible talent for this year’s Festival. The line up of local musicians for this year’s festival is outstanding. Featured musicians in the order they will perform include: The Vagaries (Annie Kramer, Annie Rosemeyer and Carolyn Hews); Mike Slizewski and Rob Eller; Susan Houg, singer/songwriter; Greg Lindholm, on the keyboard; and Jen and Craig Thompson, singing and playing guitar.

The Marble Rim Gallery also is selling raffle tickets for many fantastic original artistic and handcrafted pieces donated by their artisan members. All of the drawing prizes with their designated dollar values are on display, and tickets may be purchased at the Marble Rim Gallery at 11835 Main Street in Fort Jones. The Gallery is open Tuesday through Saturday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tickets may also be bought at the food booth of the Street Festival at the cost of $1.00 each or six for $5.00. The drawing will be held at 4:00 p.m. at the Artisan Street Festival. Winners need not be present to be eligible for prizes. For further information call the Gallery at: 468-5442. Bring the whole family to support your local artists and musicians while enjoying a fantastic Saturday in Fort Jones on May 19th!!

Brave Heart West Man Fest

Saturday, May 12, 2012 | 9 am – 3 pm COS Theater, Weed, CA

For all Northern California Men (and for women who support manly men):

Features a steak lunch and five fantastic speakers:

  • Assemblyman Jim Nielsen,
  • Dr. Paul Crites (from Tennessee – author of 21 Things Every Leader Should Know),
  • Rick Bundschuh (from Hawai’i – author of Soul Surfer),
  • Sheriff Jon E. Lopey, and
  • Ray Shelton.

$25/person Tickets available online at http://www.braveheartwestcoast.org. 

Ft. Jones Lion Tri-Tip/Chicken Dinner

Benefit for Madrone Hospice Senior Meals Program (all proceeds to help defray expenses of meals delivered to Scott Valley shut-ins each week).

Friday, May 18, 5p.m. – 8 p.m., Fort Jones City Hall, 11960 East Street

Adults $12, Kids under 6 free

Live Dessert Auction every 30 minutes/ Silent Dessert Auction all night

Call  468-2281  to order TO GO DINNERS

Tickets available at door and at  Scott Valley Auto Parts & Warren’s Repair.

Scott Valley Lions Yard Sale Collections

Yard Sale Leftovers? House too crowded? Scott Valley Lions are collecting donations for a yard sale in June. To drop off or have your donation picked up, call 467-3764.

All proceeds will return to Scott Valley in the form of scholarships, donations or manpower in support of various community activities and resources.

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