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Indian Valley Record In her Easter finest and with a basket with room to spare, Madelynn Martin eyes an opened egg at the Taylorsville Easter Egg Hunt. On your mark, get set, go! Indian Valley kids race through the Taylorsville Campground early on Saturday, March 26, for the annual Easter egg hunt. Each year Indian Valley 4-H kids help the Easter Bunny hide eggs throughout the campground. Photos by Maggie Wells Wednesday, April 6, 2016 7A rln Maggie Wells Thursday, April 28, from 6 Staff Writer p.m. to 7 p.m. Call Rayene at mwells@plumasnews.com ,616-0107 for more information. On the weekend of April 9, The Indian Valley hay bales will be placed in the Community Center is bustling community garden adjacent with class offerings in April. to the community center A new men's group for dads building. The center is still has starting meeting at the looking for volunteers for the center. Call 284-1560 for more garden and is teaching information on specific volunteers about hay bale meeting times, gardening. For more A yoga class for kids is information, call Lauri at meeting Once a month. The 284-1560. next meeting time at the At the end of April is the community center is newly revamped Spring Saturday, April 9, from 10 Shindig, taking place on a.m. to 11 a.m. Call Rayene at Saturday, April 30, from 6 616-0107 for more p.m. to 8 p.m. The event information, features a BBQ, a no-host bar Tribal Belly Dancing gets and a talent show. This is the underway at the center on annual spring fundraiser for Thursday, April 21, and the Community Center. pel quartet to sing in C h Gregg Scott Staff Writer gscott@plu masnews.com On Friday, April 8, the Chester Baptist Church, located at 210 Myrtle Avenue in Chester, will host a southern gospel concert presented by the Golden State Quartet. The evening will kick off with a barbeque at 5 p.m., followed by the concert at 6 p.m. Golden State Quartet is a gospel quartet founded in 1948 and now headquartered in the Southern California area, just 60 miles north of Los Angeles. Their musical events are a full-time professional ministry as they play across the country and record out of Nashville, Tennessee. "The quartet expresses through their music a message that everyone can understand and enjoy from the Gospel," states their introductory webpage. "The quartet is comprised of Michael Tweedy, lead vocalist; Bryan Roberts, bass Vocalist; Michael Mauldin, first tenor; and Larry Nardini, the manager/owner of the group and baritone. Tweedy was previously a music teacher before joining r the group. He has a soft yet very strong vocal ability and possesses a very wide vocal range. With Tweedy's spiritual devotion to God he loves to sing for his Savior and the audience. Tweedy lives in Fresno with his wife, Karen, and is a very devoted "gran-pa," according to their website. Roberts has been singing with his father since he was a small child and grew up with southern gospel music. He is fairly new to performing and recording. Originally from North Carolina, Bryan now. lives in Chico along with his wife, Jenny, and his three children. Mauldin was raised in a family where he watched his parents sing in a quartet. Mauldin grew up singing in choirs and small groups in church and school. He has also enjoyed his own music ministries in churches and Christian television. He now lives Lancaster: Nardini previously worked with the rest of the group before they were in the Golden.State Quartet. Nardini is a veteran in the music industry. He als0 has his own recording studio. He lives in Lancaster with his wife Beth. lan( lcrafl I nte I ii llml Be a vendor at: Lake Almanor Memorial Day Craft Fair Contact Cheri at 258-2516 or LakeAImanorMemorialDayCraftFair@yahoo.com Sponsored by Rotary Club of Chester ril 11 ~ 11 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. To schedule an appointment, contact the High School at (530) 284-7197, or log on to www.BloodHero.com and enter sponsor code: Greenville. DOnate in the Greenville High School Gym Special Rewaxds f6r Blood Donors ~-- ...... "111 II '':~,..II J, III |