Community Briefs: December 8, 2012
Band concert tonight
The Willows High School Music Department will host its Alumni, Friends, and Family concert beginning at 7 p.m. today at Willows Memorial Hall, 525 W. Sycamore St., Willows.
All musicians and singers are invited to perform with the band and choir for the performance of Christmas music and other favorites.
Rehearsal for the band is at 9 a.m. at Memorial Hall with choir rehearsal at 1.
For music, contact Joe West at email@example.com.
Hamilton FFA receives grants
The Hamilton City FFA recently received a $2,500 DuPont Pioneer grant to go toward agricultural and science classroom resources and technology.
Pioneer makes contributions to community-based organizations on behalf of the business and employees. Consideration for community outreach grants are given to communities where Pioneer representatives, employees and customers live and work.
Vintage photographs requested
Vintage photographs of Glenn County from the 1800s through the 1960s are being requested for use in a pictorial history book of the county to be published by Arcadia Publishing.
The goal of the author, Anna Canon, is to represent all towns, current or forgotten, throughout the history of the county through photographs of those who have lived in the area and may have ancestral ties to the area. Photographs of families and their activities, businesses, recreation, with a special interest in the baseball league, events, schools and more are all possible candidates for inclusion.
Anna is willing to come to you to scan your photos or will accept 300 dpi scanned photos through email.
For more information, contact Anna at firstname.lastname@example.org or leave a message at 865-2250.
Avenue of Lights set
The ninth annual Avenue of Lights will take place from 5:30p.m.-9 p.m. Dec. 14-16, and Dec. 21-23 at the Glenn County Fairgrounds in Orland, 221 E. Yolo St. The cost is $10 per car.
Stop in at the North Pole Lodge following the drive-through to see Santa, special theme trees, and Christmas displays.
A snack bar will be open with a holiday menu of hot chocolate, popcorn, and other treats.
Volunteers are needed. Please contact Olga Peterson at 893-9218; Merri Caywood at 865-9663 for route displays; or Mo Clark at 865-4993 for North Pole Lodge trees.
Volunteers may also go directly to the fairgrounds and ask for the Route Leader, Doyle Shippelhoute.