Episode 352 – January 18, 2013

Host Serena Travis and guest co-host Josiah Travis discuss calendar, weather, sports & celebrations for Scott Valley. Other items of note: Depression: the Way Out! class, the Siskiyou Golden Fair and the Fort Jones Igloo!

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Beautiful Photograph by Mel Fechter

EMR Class

Save the Fair Meeting Scheduled for January 29

The 10th District Agricultural Association will be hosting an informational meeting about the fair industry, the “state of our Siskiyou Golden Fair”, including fair history, recent changes and planning for the future. The fiscal crisis in California triggered the elimination of all state support in 2011, almost $300,000 including cash and services for the Siskiyou Golden Fairgrounds. Other fairgrounds around the state are working to become self sustaining using Joint Powers Agreements or 501C3 non-profits as the governing body. We have the opportunity to explore what will work best in Siskiyou County.

The meeting will be held in Winema Hall on Tuesday, January 29, 2013 starting at 6:00 pm.

“The fair is an important part of our community” stated Fair CEO Cliff Munson. “This meeting will be the starting point for further exploration into saving the Siskiyou Golden Fair.”

For more information, contact the fair office at 842-2767 or info@sisqfair.com. The 2013 Siskiyou Golden Fair “A Birthday Bash!” will run August 7-11, 2013 in Yreka.


Siskiyou Youth – http://www.siskiyouyouth.com


State of Jefferson Elite Rugby Team – http://www.facebook.com

Mt. Shasta Ski Park – http://www.skipark.com


Mt. Ashland Ski Park – http://www.mtashland.com

Siskiyou YMCA – http://www.siskiyou-ymca.org – (530) 842-9622

Fort Jones Lions emergency firewood program

The Fort Jones Lions Club is continuing its program of providing one load of firewood dur­ing the winter to qualified citizens who are residents of Scott Valley and who are unable to obtain their own supply.

The program is intended only as an emergency measure for those in dire need of wood to tide them over until they can procure a long-term solution.

To apply, contact Don Hugo at 468-2197 or Fred Williams at 468-2907.

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Episode 335 – November 2, 2012

We are experiencing an extraordinarily beautiful autumn season here in Scott Valley. Grab a warm beverage and tune in to hear the latest and greatest news from our home-cooked podcast.

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Busy First Saturday

November 3 features several fun activities for Scott Valley:

  • SHOPapalooza Vendor Fair – 10 a.m.- 3 p.m. at the Sacred Heart Parish Center in Fort Jones. Free admission.
  • Ninth Annual Art Show and Sale – 11 a.m. – 3 p.m. at the Etna United Methodist Church. $3 per person or $10 per family suggested donation for admission.
  • BBQ Pit Dinner – 5 p.m. – 7 p.m. at the Scott Valley Grange.
  • Cattlemen’s Dinner – 5:30 p.m. at the Yreka Community Center. $20 presale tickets. Call President Cliff Munson 530 467 3403.
  • Cowboy Poetry & Music – 7 p.m. at the Avery Theatre in Etna, CA. $12 tickets in advance at Scott Valley Bank branches and $15 at the door.

Go Nuts for Girl Scouts

Support Fall Nut, Magazine, Candy Sales


END:       November 18, 2012

Help Scott Valley Girls Scouts raise money for fall and winter projects through the Annual Fall Nut and Magazine Sale! Just in time for holiday gifts and entertaining, girl scouts are selling tasty new dark chocolate mint penguins, blueberry pomegranate nut crunch, salsa mix, chocolate toffee almonds, your favorite print and digital magazines, and more from through November 21. You can also donate snacks to the food bank or military through our care to give program! watch for booths around town or to purchase from a troop near you, visit girlscoutsnorcal.org/gonuts. (Dark Chocolate Mint Penquins pictured)

Scott Valley Christmas Community Choir

The choir will perform several numbers at the Etna Fire Department Fundraiser on December 1.

  • First group practice – Sunday, Oct. 28 at Etna LDS Chapel at 5 p.m.
  • Second group practice – Sunday, Nov. 18 at Etna LDS Chapel at 5 p.m.
  • Other practices as needed

For more information, contact Choir Director Liz Bowen at 530-467-3515 or Mary Hiett at 530-467-5711.

Scott Valley Food Summit

A Scott Valley Food Summit will be held from 3-6 p.m. on Thursday, Nov. 8 at the Fort Jones Community Center, 11960 East St. This summit is free and open to the public. It will be presented by Etna Farmers Market and Rockside Ranch, CSA Cooperative to discuss the purpose of growing the economy by link­ing farms to businesses, to increase the value of ag land, increase the value of crops, to build the community around the table, explore “cottage food industry” oppor­tunities and keep local dollars in Siskiyou County.
For more information, contact Kyle Peterson at (323) 854-6755 or Craig Thompson at 598-2240.


Veterans parade in Etna

Come to Etna on Saturday, Nov. 10 at 11 a.m. for a parade to honor all veterans. The Grand Marshal of the parade to honor all veterans will be John Fain of Etna. Chili and hot dogs will be served for the veterans. Come by and say thank you to Scott Valley’s proud veterans.

For more information and for entries, call Karen Wresch at 467-4067.

Fort Jones Lions emergency firewood program

The Fort Jones Lions Club is continuing its program of providing one load of firewood dur­ing the winter to qualified citizens who are residents of Scott Valley and who are unable to obtain their own supply.

The program is intended only as an emergency measure for those in dire need of wood to tide them over until they can procure a long-term solution.

To apply, contact Don Hugo at 468-2197 or Fred Williams at 468-2907.

Scott Valley Branch Libraries

The monthly Preschool Story Time Program is in its third year in Scott Valley. The Fort Jones Lions Club is supporting this program by providing the funds to purchase books to give away to the Fort Jones Union Ele­mentary/Even Start School and Koinonia Preschool children at the end of each month during this school year. They are also providing a volunteer reader to visit the Koinonia Preschool for Story Time each month. The Etna High School Interact Club is supporting this program as well, proving the funds to purchase books for Etna and Forks of Salmon preschool children and a volunteer reader to visit the Etna Preschool for Story Time each month. The children love listening to stories, getting the books each month and taking them home to share with their families.

Troy Meeder Men’s Retreat

The Scott Valley Berean Church is hosting Troy Meeder, husband of Kim Meeder who spoke in the valley in March, for a men’s one-day retreat on November 17th from 9 a.m. to 8:15 p.m. Donation of $25 include continental breakfast, lunch and bbq dinner. Contact Don Miller at 468-5556 or 598-9043 or the Scott Valley Berean Church 467-3715.

Troy & Kim Meeder started Crystal Peaks Youth Ranch: http://www.crystalpeaksyouthranch.org/

Previous podcasts with Kim Meeder – March Talk #1, Talk #2, Talk #3

Kim’s books (Amazon links):
Hope Rising: Stories from the Ranch of Rescued Dreams
Bridge Called Hope: Stories of Triumph from the Ranch of Rescued Dreams
Blind Hope: An Unwanted Dog and the Woman She Rescued
Fierce Beauty: Choosing to Stand for What Matters Most

Turkey Trot

Coming November 22, 2012 at 9 a.m. at Hamlin Gulch/Eastside Road!

Each year Etna and Fort Jones Elementary host a Turkey Trot on Thanksgiving Day morning. This is a fundraiser for the student bodies at each school.

Events include a 6 mile run or a 3 mile run/walk. All participants are eligible for age category prizes and raffle prizes. Snacks and hot beverages are provided to all participants and the first 300 registered runners/walkers will receive a nice long-sleeve t-shirt.

Come out for the “tradition before the tradition” and ruffle those tail-feathers for kids! Click on the link below to get your registration form or sign up online.


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Lions Club Lends/Seeks Medical Equipment

The Scott Valley Lions Club lends medical equipment such as wheel chairs, walkers, crutches, canes, shower chairs, potty chairs, etc. to the people of Scott Valley. The club is also happy to receive donations of any type of medical equipment to replenish their supplies. At the moment, they are low on shower chairs, wheel chairs and walkers with seats.

If you or a family member are in need of some medical equipment, would like to make a donation of medical equipment or have borrowed medical equipment from the club that you would like to return, please call Barbara Gussman at 467- 3770 or Helen Lincoln at 467-3698.

Episode 298 – April 13, 2012

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

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Rotary 20th Annual Golf Tournament

SIGN UP NOW OR FOREVER HOLD YOUR TEES! Four Man Scramble tournament will be held at the Weed Golf Club on Saturday, April 21, 2012. 8 am registration, 9 am Shotgun Start. $60 per person ($40 for Weed Club members). Entry fee includes green fees, prize pool, door prizes, donuts, soft drinks and lunch, featuring Randy Eastlick’s polish sausage! Handicapped Tournament-open to the public. For more information call: Bob McNeil – (530) 468-2608

Take-and-Bake Enchilada Sale

Fort Jones Library Fundraiser

Pre-sale tickets are:
Cheese enchiladas – $15/dozen
Chicken enchiladas – $20/dozen
Tickets can be purchased at the Etna and Fort Jones Libraries. The tickets will be on sale through April 26th and enchiladas will be available to pick up on Sunday, May 6th at the Sacred Heart Parish Hall, 101 Carlock, Ft. Jones, from 10 am to 2 pm.

Scott Valley Clean-Up Week

Sponsored by Scott Valley Chamber of Commerce, Cities of Etna, Ft. Jones, and Siskiyou County Solid Waste

Monday-Saturday, April 16-21
Scott Valley-wide Clean-Up Week: Valley residents encouraged to get rid of trash, cut weeds, paint, plant flowers, “clean house for company” just in time for the Rodeo and our summer visitors! “Serious cleaners” are urged to send “before and after” photos of their project to the Scott Valley Chamber of Commerce, PO Box 374, Etna, CA 96027 for recognition of their efforts.

Saturday, April 21
9 am – 3 pm
County Yard, South Hwy 3, Etna
County trucks will pick up AUTO & PICKUP TIRES and ALL ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT. No hazardous waste, sorry.

April 16-21…all week!
High school students helping Senior Citizens, highway cleanup, Dottie Olsen Pool, city streets, ditches, blackberries, painting, yard beautification, vacant lots, etc. To volunteer, call Ft. Jones – 462281; Etna – 467-5256, or 467-3355. Senior Citizens, call the Scott Valley Family Resource Center for help: 468-2450.

Thursday-Friday, April 19-20
9 am – 3 pm
Dottie Olsen Pool Parking Lot, Etna
Tone Berryhill will pick up all metal, wire, fencing, equipment; appliances, refrigerators, washer, dryers, hot water heaters, stoves, mowers, saws, aluminum sheeting, batteries…NO TVs or COMPUTERS, please. No drop-offs at other hours. For more info or home pick up, call 598-7390.

Thursday-Friday, April 19-20
9 am – 3 pm
Etna City Yard, Howell St.
30′ dumpster for household garbage, mattresses, couches ($10 charge for those items, please.) No carpet.
Etna City Yard Burn Pile open for tree trimmings, lumber scraps, etc.

Thursday-Friday, April 19-20
Ft. Jones City Hall
Dumpster for household garbage, small items (no mattresses, couches, carpet – see Etna) More info: cal Ft. Jones City Hall, 468-2281.

9th Annual Acoustic Night – April 28th

Acoustic Night will be held Saturday, April 28th at 7pm at the Avery Theatre in Etna. Acoustic Night is a yearly fundraiser for the Scott Valley Theatre Company to benefit upkeep and repairs at Etna’s Historic Avery Theatre. All musicians or ensembles will play two or three tunes and will be selected for the performance by SVTC producers.  Acoustic Night is sponsored in part by Scott Valley Bank as part of the Scott Valley Bank at the Avery series.

Scott Valley Babe Ruth Baseball

For 13-15 year olds. Players must be 13 by May 1st. Registration forms available at Etna High School or Scott Valley Junior HIgh. Registration is $55.00 1st time players need copy of birth certificate. Please complete registration form and submit registration fee to EHS, SVJH or mail to: SVBR, PO Box 433, Fort Jones, CA 96032. If you have questions call Julie Hogun @ 467-3461.

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

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

Program on the Dorleska Mine

On Saturday, April 21, 2012 the Siskiyou County Museum will be visited by the Trinity County Historical Society and they will be presenting their program on the Dorleska Mine.  The program will take place at 11:00 a.m. in the museum conference room.  The program is free of charge.  The Dorleska Mine has a unique history; it is located in the Trinity Alps Wilderness and remains of the mine can be seen today.  Seating is limited in the museum so we suggest making reservations in advance by calling the museum at (530) 842-3836.

Lunch will be available following the program, and we will enjoy hamburgers, hot dogs, salads, cookies and beverages.  The lunch will be $6 and reservations for lunch are required.

We hope to see a full house for this event; the program on the Dorleska Mine is very interesting and has an exceptional history.  We know you will enjoy the presentation!

Claudia East

Vice President, Board of Directors, Siskiyou County Historical Society

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!!

April 1st Snow Survey Results for the Scott and Trinity River Watersheds

Yreka, CA – The April 1st snow survey results for eight snow courses in the Scott and Trinity River Watersheds have been measured and compared to previous years.  These measurements are a part of the statewide California Cooperative Snow Survey program managed by the California Department of Water Resources.

According to the current measurements, the local snow depth is now 113 percent of normal and the water content is 101 percent.  The storms that passed through in March added significantly to the local snowpack.

Department of Water Resources hydrologists announced on April 2nd that the water content in all of California’s mountain snowpack is at 55 percent of the April 1 full season average.  This month’s readings are considered the most important of the year, because early April is when the state’s snowpack normally is at its peak.  The mountain snowpack usually provides one third of the water for California’s households, industry and farms.  Thanks to precipitation from recent winter storms, the Scott River Watershed is now reporting above average snow levels and water content values and the Trinity River Watershed is reporting near-normal snow levels as summer approaches.

Snow depth and water content are measured by obtaining a core sample of snow with a specially designed and calibrated aluminum tube.  The depth of snow is recorded and the water equivalent of the snow core is derived by weighing the snow sample.  This information is used to forecast the amount of water available for agriculture, power generation, recreation, and stream flow releases later in the year.

The snow surveys are measured monthly during the winter and spring months (Feb.-May).  District employees travel to pre-determined sites to collect information about snow accumulation in the mountains of the Klamath National Forest.  The measuring sites are established locations that quantify snow depth and moisture content.

Because the April snow measurements are some of the most important readings of the water year, three locations are added to the surveys to supplement the usual five Scott River Watershed snow measurement sites.  Two of the added sites are within the Scott River Watershed (Etna Mountain and Box Camp) and one is located within the Trinity River Watershed (Wolford Cabin).

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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Episode 263 – September 23, 2011

September 23, Friday

  • No School – Staff Development
  • Dawn Ascension of the Montague Balloon Fair Balloons
  • 5:30 AM-Coffee & Donuts Available at Launch Site- Provided by Shasta Valley Rotary-5:30 am to 7:30 am
  • 7:00 AM-Breakfast available at Launch Site- Provided by the Elks-7:00 am to 11:00 am
  • 12:00 PM-Loaves & Fishes Lunch-Etna United Methodist Church-Deliveries – 467-3612
  • 6:30 PM-Dinner presented the Rotary Club of Scott Valley-Montague Community Hall-Tickets $20 in advance, $25 at the door – Featuring cowboy poetry – Call Jim Baker at 467-5113 to reserve your ticket!

September 24, Saturday

  • Dawn Ascension of the Montague Balloon Fair Balloons
  • 5:30 AM-Coffee & Donuts Available at Launch Site- Provided by Shasta Valley Rotary-5:30 am to 7:30 am
  • 6:00 AM-Yreka Western RR arrives with spectators- Contact YWRR for fares and departure time 842-4146
  • 7:00 AM-Breakfast available at Launch Site- Provided by the Elks–
  • 7:15 AM-Siskiyou Challenge-Lithia Park in downtown Ashland-6-Leg Multi-Sport Relay Race www.siskiyouchallenge.com
  • 8:00 AM-Living Estate Sale-705 N. Highway 3, Etna-8am-5pm
  • 9:00 AM-Farmers & Crafters Market -Railroad Park Downtown Montague
  • 9:00 AM-Sizzlin’ September Show N Shine-Historic Downtown Yreka, CA-Car show – 9am – 4pm
  • 11:00 AM-BBQ Burgers-Railroad Park Downtown Montague-11:00 am to 2:00 pm
  • 12:00 PM-Tails & Tunes Fundraiser-Rescue Ranch, 2216 Oberlin Rd., Yreka-Noon to 3:30pm Music provided by local artists
  • 12:30 PM-Parade presented by Montague Merchants-Downtown Montague-
  • 2:00 PM-Children’s Concert by the Wild Roots-Railroad Park Downtown Montague-2 pm to 3 pm – Sponsored by Montague FRC
  • 4:30 PM-BBQ Sirloin Dinner at Launch Site presented by the Shasta Valley Rotary Club.-Tickets: $15 for Adults, $8 kids 5 – 12 yrs, Under 5 yrs free
  • Dusk – Balloonists Night Glow at Launch Site (Weather Permitting)
  • 7:00 PM-Dance-Montague Community Hall-7 pm to 10 pm

September 25, Sunday

  • Final Dawn Ascension of the Montague Balloon Fair
  • 5:30 AM-Coffee & Donuts Available at Launch Site- Provided by Shasta Valley Rotary-5:30 am to 7:30 am
  • 7:00 AM-Breakfast available at Launch Site- Provided by the Elks-7 am to 11 am
  • 8:00 AM-Living Estate Sale-705 N. Highway 3, Etna-8am-2pm

September 26, Monday

  • 6:00 PM-Featuring Author: Murray A. Taylor-Etna Library-Book Reading & Signing
  • 6:00 PM-Overeaters Anonymous-SV Family Resource Center
  • 6:30 PM-Monday Night Bingo-Valley Oaks Senior Center in Greenview
  • 7:00 PM-Etna Fire Department-Fire Hall

September 27, Tuesday

  • 6:30 AM-Fort Jones Lions-Fort Jones City Hall
  • 10:00 AM-2:00 PM-Drive Thru Shot Clinic-Siskiyou Fairgrounds-Cost $9-Must be 19 or older.
  • 12:00 PM-Community Lunch Program-Etna United Methodist Church-Deliveries 467-3612
  • 1:00PM-Children’s Playgroup for 0-5 yrs.-SV Family Resource Center
  • 5:30PM-Farmers’ Market-Babe Ruth Park in Fort Jones-Roy Hammer 468-5895
  • 6:00PM-Featuring Author:Murray A. Taylor-Fort Jones Library-Book Reading & Signing
  • 7:00PM-Scott Valley Fire District Drill-Greenview Station

 September 28, Wednesday

  •  3:00 PM-Cub Scouts-SV Family Resource Center

September 29, Thursday

  • 6:45 AM-Rotary Club of Scott Valley-Bob’s Ranch House-Autumn Austin-Czech Republic Report
  • 10:00 AM-Laugh Class-SV Family Resource Center12:00 PM-Community Lunch Program-SV Berean Church-Deliveries 467-3715
  • 6:15 PM-Siskiyou Writers’ Club-China Dragon Restaurant-Christine Skinner

September 30, Friday

  • 12:00 PM-Loaves & Fishes Lunch-Etna United Methodist Church-Deliveries 467-3612
  • 7:00 PM-Podcast/Wordpress Class-Fort Jones Community Center-Serena Travis-Free

October 1, Saturday

  • 9:00 AM-Over the Hills Hikers to Mule Bridge-Meet at Dotty’s in Etna-Julie Duncan 468-3595
  • 5:00 PM-24th Annual Etna FFA Dinner & Auction-Etna High School-Complete Deep Pit BBQ Dinner, Silent and Live Auction. Call Kellie Hargett at 467-3244 ext. 37 for more info.

News Article

I read the following article from the Siskiyou Daily News. CHP catches alleged Scott Valley burglar 



Friday, September 23 @ Chester 5pm
Friday, September 30 vs Cascade Christian in Etna 5pm


Tuesday, September 27 @ Trinity @ 5pm


Tuesday, September 27 vs @ Trinity @ 5:30pm

Cross Country

Saturday, September 24 Stanford Invitational @ Standford University Time TBA
Saturday, October 1 Clam Beach Invitational @ Trinidad Time TBA

General Announcements

  • Visit Che’usa Etna News site for her recent articles on Etna History – www.etnanews.info

Upcoming Events

  • October 12-9:00AM-4:00PM-Blood Drive-Etna High School-bloodhereos.com code ETNA or call 530-221-0600
  • October 15-9:00AM-Over the Hills Hikers to Squaw Valley Creek-Meet at Ray’s in Fort Jones-Julie Duncan 468-3595
  • October 22-10:30AM-HallowThanksMas Luncheon, Fashion Show & More-Parish Hall on Main Street in Fort Jones
  • November 5-9:30AM-Over the Hills Hikers to McCloud River Falls-Meet at Ray’s in Fort Jones-Julie Duncan 468-3595
  • November 5-11:00 AM-5:00 PM-Art & Music Show & Sale-Etna United Methodist Church-Admission $3/individual, $10/family
  • November 5-10:00AM-3:00PM-SHOPapalooza Vendor Fair-Sacred Heart Parish in Fort Jones-Vendors can contact Dawn Schott: reddawn@sisqtel.net