425 – 5/20/16

Talking Points
eBulletin Board at Martin’s Experienced Items Etcetera – to put your event on the board send us an email
Sports – 2 articles from the Siskiyou Daily
This week’s photo was taken at the Fort Jones Artisan Fair. A good reminder that “We LOVE Scott Valley!”

Etna High Girls Tennis Team takes Northern Section D3 title

The Etna High girls tennis team earned the Northern Section Division III Championship at Shasta College in Redding, Calif., on Saturday. Below are the results for Etna High.

Doubles- 1st place -Lexi Morrill/Abby Whipple, 2nd place-Janet Brownell/Diana Brownell, 3rd place-Megan Menne/Trinity Andrews.

Singles – 2nd place-Megan Menne, 3rd place-Lexi Morrill, 3rd place-Abby Whipple.

One of Etna’s own tests her mettle
Sarah Loogman : @sarahloogman

Sarah Loogman, formerly of Etna, held her own against a group of elite athletes at this weekend’s Regional CrossFit competition, which is held each year to determine who will move on to the international CrossFit Games.

Loogman’s efforts in the Open ranked her 13th out of 4,990 women vying for one of the 20 spots in the Northern California region.

The top 20 men and 20 women from the Northern and Southern California regions were invited to the California Regional competition, which took place over the weekend from May 13-15.
The competition featured seven events, each with its own grueling workout that had to be completed as fast as possible. Competing against 36 other elite athletes from California, Loogman earned the 15th place spot. While she did not make the top five, who go on to the international CrossFit Games, she said that her highlights for the competition included two top 10 event finishes, along with winning her heat in event 6.

Sarah dedicated her entire Regionals performance and experience to her Ojiichan (grandfather) in Japan who is in the final stages of cancer. As he is one of her biggest fans, he was able to watch some of the archived footage of her performance.


Scott Valley Junior High presents “We Open Tomorrow Night?!”
Historic Avery Theatre
Friday, May 20th at 7pm & Saturday, May 21st at 2pm
$3 students / $5 adults

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

Spring Bazaar
Salmon River Saloon, Cecilville
Sell and buy everything from handmade arts and crafts used items, local products, food & produce. Live music, poetry and more. Bring your talents to share there will be open mic followed by great local bands.

Dorothy Hester in Concert
Yreka Methodist Church, 502 N. Fairchild, Yreka, CA
Let’s celebrate Dorothy Hester – 100 Years old
At 100 years old, Dorothy Hester will amaze you with her extraordinary classical organ performance. Her hands literally fly over the keyboard as she challenges each intricate offering like an organist half her age. Harlowe Kittle, clarinetist, and the Shasta Valley Handbell Choir will join Dorothy for a unique evening of music.
For more information contact Pat Hirning 530-643-2342

Movie Nite
6:30PM Sharp
Etna Library
Genre: Action, Fantasy, Sci-Fi | PG 13 – 2 hrs 30 min
This event is free including the popcorn. You are welcome to bring your own snacks.
Drug Awareness Workshop
Scott Valley Family Resource Center, Fort Jones
Officer Wes Dunkin of the Etna Police Department will demonstrate and present information on common drugs in Siskiyou county all our children may be exposed to.
Dinner and childcare provided
To sign up, call (530) 468-2450

Open House Art Night
Marble Rim Gallery, 11853 Main Street, Ft. Jones
Featuring the jewelry of artist Karen West. She specializes in Eggtooth Originals. Refreshments and live music are always a part of the experience. For more information call 468-5442 or visit MarbleRimGallery.org.

2 Day Book & Bake Sale
FRI 10-5, SAT 9-3
Etna Library
All books in Meeting Room & Porch + VHS Tapes, DVDs, Music CDs and cassettes
A variety of baked goods will be for sale. All to benefit the library.

Valley Wide Yard Sale
Ribbon Cutting Ceremony
ANAV Tribal Dental Clinic Expansion
9024 Sniktaw Lane
5K Run/Walk at 10am
Health Fair 11am-2pm
Call Katie Brown 468-4470 ext 300

Pre Fair Demonstration

Siskiyou Golden Fairgrounds
Showmanship and Fitting Classes | Beef, Dairy, Swine, Sheep, Goats, Rabbits, Turkeys, Poultry
Fairground Scavenger Hunt with Prizes
Pre-register $5, Register at event $8, Lunch $4

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