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s Indian Valley Record Wednesday, Feb. 2, 2011 5A Quilt guild c,ffers classes, meetings and living hi, tory The centerpiece of this quilt is known as a "mariner's compass," a design based on the directional points used by ships' captains. Photo submitted M. Kate West Chester Editor chesternews@plumasnews.com When the Chester Piecemak- ers Quilt Guild members come together for their regular month- ly meeting Feb. 14 they will be treated to a special program. Local resident Sandy Gib- son will offer a living history presentation of her ancestry through stories and an an- tique clothing show. Previ- ously, she presented a pro- gram featuring her family's antique quilts. They were also the featured exhibits at the bi- annual Piecemakers Quilt Guild quilt show last August. "Her antique quilts and clothing have been wonderful- ly preserved and she is a very interesting storyteller, making you feel as if you know her family," said fellow quilter Diane Morrow. This Valentine's Day treat will be offered Monday, Feb. 14, in the Veterans Memorial Hall in Chester. The gathering begins at 7 p.m. and the public is encouraged to attend. Another special quilt offer- ing will take place the day be- fore, Sunday, Feb. '13, at Mtn I Maid Quilter: Former guild president Dfane Morrow will conduct a class on Construct- ing a "mariner's compass" de- sign from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Call Mtn Maid Quilter at 258- 3901 for details. The Chester Piecemakers Quilt Guild meets the second Monday of every month, Janu- ary through November, at 7 p.m. in the Chester Memorial Hall. July 4 craft show.a00:,plications available M. Kate West Chester Editor chesternews@plumasnews.com "Timing is everything and one of the most important of our tasks is t o let the commu- nity know that booth applica. tions for the 39th annual Chester Arts and Craft Show will be ready to go out Feb. 1," co-chairwoman Rita Isbell said Jan. 13. Isbell and co-chairwoman Carol Deurlo) said new and familiar crafters alike are getting ready for the Fourth of July event. This is the fifth year the Chester Lions' ladies will sponsor the popular Fourth of July event and participation has remained veryhigh de- spite the sluggish economy. Registration for the 2010 show netted a fuU house of 80 booths and a waiting list to boot. Items showcased includ- ed work in pen and ink, fabric and tole painting, woodwork- ing, stained glass, jewelry, Native American beadwork, photography and a host of other'mediums. Longtime show producers Joan Sayre and Marilyn Quadrio passed the mantle to the Lions in 2007. For that year's show, Sayre and Quadrio shadowed co-chairs Isbell and Deurloo to learn the ins and outs of the event. Since that time, the Lions have inde- pendently managed the show. This show is traditionally open to Northern California artists and crafters from Sacramento northward. As with past years, applica- tions will be available at the Main Street locations of Lassen Gift Company and the Chester-Lake Almanor Cham- ber of Commerce. Crafters may also request applications through the mail by writing to: Chester Lions Club, Attn: Jack Isbell, P.O. Box 467, Chester, CA 96020. The application deadline is May 1. For more information con- tact Carol Deurloo at 259-5851 or Rita Isbell at 259-4257. ....  J .. S S Energetic' Healing Arts " I"}': 109 Ann St. * Greenville 530-616-0032 yf.   Treat '-four Sweetheart 1 I:V00 Sweethdu-lt S]I| '1 to a Relaxing Gift : I o Certificates s45 -'" I " :7  I 1-Hour,Massage |   Semu   r Licensed Esthetician & Certified Reflexologist r.. ! 530.575.1568, Shop 530.258.2585 '(l' ' Cell I Bout, ique I I z/ 20% OFF I L00BS ECIAL I I t/1 , ..w ,. a worn,., ^,,,,, , $e']95 I HearffeltGifts , I I//!\\;\ izeO;oF'luize I Per Person-a'Served ) !I For your Valentine I Y / 1 \\;\ Acceorie I o unwrap I , / I \\;\ i C,f,c I 5-8pm Reservations Recommended .  | this February 14th [ ./' i ] ,_.,%_2j  284-6888 I CrTGi'l'$ (', 'i: " 2ss-s'232 - Highway 89. Greenville 'P|, I -' `%` ` "13"I Main St,, Chester I .  .   I | (across from the 8iawe, House) l I I Wed-Sat ,lOam-4pm ~ Open Mon., Feb. 4th i 1ST BIRTHDAY SPECIAL! (Good through the month of February) 6" CAKE *10 9: Vanilla or chocolate cake with vanilla or chocolatebuttercream frosting. Your choice of raspbd or strawberry filling. (Custom cakes not included.) Also available: Heart-shaped cookies Cake Truffles Valentifie cupcakes 'ilili!:ii!:ii? Place your orders early! Wr ' : ' : :  ac s Sweet S es 530,927-9751 www tracissweetsurprises .com I I