416 – 4/1/16

Talking Points
Weather
Sauna & Soak offering 50% off on Mondays – you can’t beat the heat!
Tickets supporting the Etna High School Class of 2016 Sober Grad Night are available at The Gifted Horse Lodge, Gourmet Deli and Wild West Gift Boutique in Fort Jones, California and Wildwood Crossing in Etna, California. They also will be sold at the Sportsman’s Expo at the Siskiyou Golden Fairgrounds on March 12 and 13. The drawing will be held at the Scott Valley Pleasure Park Rodeo.
Some of the items you could win are RCA 55″ LED TV, Craftsman Riding Lawn Tractor, Craftsman Log Splitter, Kenmore BBQ, $500 cash or an overnight stay with dinner and breakfast at Callahan’s Lodge in Ashland.
Tax Season Scam Warning
High Speed Chase
Scott Valley Lions are collecting donations for a yard sale – (530) 467-5206
2 new shops opening on Main St – tool rental where the Etna Deli used to be and Nail Salon at the blue door near Mountain Healing Spa

Events

FRI APR 1
First Friday Open House
6PM
Marble Rim Gallery, Ft. Jones, CA

SAT-SUN APR 2-3
Melodrama “Common Cent’s or What’s In Store”
7PM
Avery Theatre, Etna
Scott Valley Bank at the Avery Series to benefit the Avery Theatre

SAT APR 2
Bingo Night
6PM
Fort Jones Parish Hall
Hot dogs, popcorn, drinks, sweets and complimentary coffee
All proceeds go to Scott Valley Youth Basketball

MON APR 4
Dinner with the Doctor
6PM
SV Seventh-day Adventist Church, 5235 N Hwy 3
Free, but donations are appreciated. Call 467-3994 to leave a message for your reservation.

APR 14, 15, 16
Scott Valley Children’s Talent Show
7PM
Avery Theatre, Etna

SAT APR 16
Scott Valley Leadership Training
9AM-4PM
The REC 11236 N Hwy 3, Fort Jones
FREE workshop
Contact info@scottvalley.org for more info


Annual Coffee Concert

7PM
Ft. Jones Community Center
Call Joel Miles 468-5950 or Bobby Miles for details.
Methodist Church fundraiser


24th Annual Golf Tournament

8AM Registration, 9AM Shotgun Start
Weed Golf Club
$65 per person – Entry fee includes green fees and CART ($40 Weed Club Members – arrange own cart) Prize pool, door prizes, donuts, soft drinks and lunch, featuring Randy Eastlick’s sausages – POLISH SAUSAGES!!!
Four Man Scramble Handicapped Tournament – Open to the Public – For more information call Bob McNeil (530) 468-2608

APR 18-23
Scott Valley Clean-Up Week
Sponsored by the Scott Valley Chamber

TUE – THU APR 26-28
Traditional Hunter Education
6-9PM
Etna City Hall
Instructor, Steven McDonald – 530-598-1709
https://www.register-ed.com/events/view/79430
Requirements

Important All students are required to obtain a California GO ID and free Pre-registration Hunter Education Document prior to registering for California Hunter Education courses.Click here for instructions.

All students must download, print, and sign a Student Consent Form. Students 17 years of age and younger must have the form signed by a parent or guardian.The signed form must be brought to class.

In order to be certified the student must attend the entire class including all sessions. Students will need to show safe handling of firearms and pass the Hunter Education test with a score of 80% or better. There is no minimum age to attend California Hunter Education. Parents or guardians are encouraged to attend with young students, especially those younger than age 16, to help define new words or provide additional tutoring during and after class.

FRI APR 29
Mad Hatter Tea Party
6-10PM
Three Little Birds
$30 per person

SUN MAY 1
69th May Rodeo
9AM-4PM

SAT MAY 7
Annual Mother’s Day Luncheon
Noon
Fort Jones Community Church, 13007 N Hwy 3
No charge – special speaker Bobbi Bennett
Contact Julie McRoberts for more information 530-468-5924


SAT MAY 14

Ft. Jones Artisan Fair and Block Party


SAT MAY 21

Scott Valley Leadership Training
9AM-4PM
The REC 11236 N Hwy 3, Fort Jones
FREE workshop
Contact info@scottvalley.org for more info


SAT JUN 4

Valley Wide Yard Sale

 

One Reply to “416 – 4/1/16”

  1. Severina and Megan… You silly giggly girls you’re so fun to listen to you and your witty also! Enjoy this little episode i’ve good morning Scott Valley. Great job girls !!!! I learned a lot !

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