Williams pioneer review
September 4, 2010 - September 17, 2010
a COMMUNITY BRIEFS b
CAtholiC ChurCh of the Annunciation 627 8th Street Williams “Meet & Greet Coffee Club” Every Third Sunday of the Month after 9:30 a.m. Mass Join us for refreshments and conversation
WilliAMS CoMMunitY Center ASSoCiAtion ACtiVitieS Veteran’s Hall. 9th & ‘C’ Street. Williams, CA. MONDAY NIGHT BINGO: Everyone Welcome! Early Bird Games Starting Time at 6:00 P.M.Regular Games Begin at 6:30 P.M. WE WILL NOT BE PLAYING ON 5TH MONDAYS THIS YEAR. Refreshments Available at Reasonable Prices, Home Made Desserts. Game Day: Third Wednesday of the month, at 1:00 P.M. Join us for our tournament of the card game “Golf ”. Win prizes have fun meet people! Movie Day: Fourth Wednesday of the month, at 1:00 P.M. Price: FREE Refreshments: Soda & Candy are available at a low price. (Bring a Pillow-the seats are hard) Submit your event to: lloyd@ williamspioneerreview.com CeleBrAte reCoVerY Meets every Friday night at 6:30 P.M. at the First Presbyterian Church (north annex building) at 4th & Jay Streets in Colusa. CELEBRATE RECOVERY is a free program that addresses issues of alcoholism, codependency, drug addiction, and other hurts, habits and hang ups. CELEBRATE RECOVERY is open to anyone who is experiencing pain, brokenness, or just wants support and encouragement. We are an anonymous program. For further information, please call 458-2802.
MArket: neW loCAtion The Colusa Certified Farmer’s Market has moved to Memorial Park (10th & Market Street). Open every Monday from 5 to 8 p.m. through September 27. WIC/Senior Nutrition Coupons accepted. Submit your event to: lloyd@ williamspioneerreview.com
Demolition derby The Colusa Firefighters Association will be holding its 3rd Annual Demolition Derby on Saturday, September 11, 2010 at the Colusa County Fairgrounds. Gates open at 5:00pm, Derby begins at 7:00pm. Tickets available at 750 Market Street. $15 per adult. $10 per child under 12. Calling all women of agriculture Are you a woman dedicated to the survival of Agriculture? Unite as “California Women for Agriculture” (CWA) promote, and educate the importance of Agriculture. Meetings are held the 3rd Wednesday of each month at 6:30 PM. For more Information, contact Melodie Johnson at (530) 458-5130.
AN IMPORTANT MESSAGE FROM THE FRIENDS OF THE COLUSA COUNTY ANIMAL SHELTER There are citizens who would like to change, improve and strengthen the county animal laws. Areas of concern are leash law, dangerous dog, puppy mills, animal cruelty, kennel licenses. If you are concerned about certain situations in your area; would like to see the county ordinances strengthened so we can support the animal control officers please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and state where you would like to MAke A differenCe in improvement. A community forum Your CoMMunitY meeting will be announced at a later The citizens for a better Williams date. hold meetings the 4th Thursday of every month beginning at 6:00pm. meetings are held at the Williams City Hall, everyone is welcome!! Submit your event to: lloyd@ williamspioneerreview.com PACifiC flYWAY QuilterS The county’s quilt guild. monthly Pig Feed, meetings will be held the 3rd Auction & Dance Wednesday of every month. Hosted by the Stonyford Buyers Meeting starts at 7:00pm located at Group. 13th Annual Pig Feed, the Colusa Masonic Hall 311- 5th Auction & Dance. Saturday, Sept. street. 11, 2010. Stonyford Community Hall. Dinner: 5-8pm; Auction: 6-8pm; Dance: 9pm. Music by ColuSA fArMerS Crossfire Productions. Pre-sale
Only Tickets, call 963-3200
car seat class september 15, 2010 Colusa County Public Health is offering a car seat class on Sept 15, 2010. The cost is 20.00 per class which will entitle a free car seat. If any questions please contact Colusa County Public Health at 458-0380. Class times may vary according to the needs. Harvest Renaisance Fair The Colusa County Harvest Renaissance Fair will be held Oct. 23-24. arbuckle parks & recreations activities fall 2010 NEW low Impact Aerobics Monday, wednesday & Friday 8:30AM to 9:30AM APRD Office Soccer Camp Saturday 9:30 to 11:30 September 11 - October 2 Balfour Park Ages PreK to 6th Grade Practical Yoga & Pilates 5:30 to 6:30 Tuesday & Thursday APRD Office Volleyball Tuesday & Thrusday 7:30pm - PHS North Gym $25/person per month Halloween Parade October 31st 10:30am - Signups ACE Hardware Parking Lot Kincannon’s ATA Martial Arts Child, Teen and Adult Classes Monday & Wednesday 4:45 - 7:00pm APRD Office Weight Training, Cardio & Agility Training 6:30pm to 7:30pm Monday & Wednesday Pierce High School North Gym Youth Basketball Signups for 2010-2011 Program October 2nd - 12-1:30pm Arbuckle Elementary School October 4 - 6-7pm Pierce High School North Gym
a CLASSIFIED b REAL ESTATE Exclusive 27.33-acrE home site west of Corning with more than 1,275 feet of Thomes creek frontage. Ample acreage for a home, barn, stable and more. Access to three county roads. Magnificent views of Mt. Shasta, Lassen and Pacific Cascade Coastal Range. Priced to sell at $120,000. Contact owner at (530) 848-2315
FOR SALE Firewood for sale: mixed hardwoods, very dry $100 1/2 cord, $180 full cord call 476-2948 for more information.
NOW ONLINE Williams’s alumni: interactive website private & free make new contact with old classmates and browse the site for class pictures and candid pictures from 1912 to about 1970. New reunion and candid pictures posted continuously. Sponsored by a Williams gal! Email: sundEE@sbcglobal.net
WORK WANTED Place your free work wanted ad in the wpr!
HELP WANTED SUBSTITUTE PARAEDUCAtOR. WILLIAMS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL FOR 2010-2011 SCHOOL YEAR SALARY RANGE $12.50$21.30/HR. TWO POSITIONS (AUG-OCT. 2010; AUG-DEC 2010). REQUIREMENTS: DISTRICT APPLICATION, TWO REFERENCE LETTERS, DOJ FINGERPRINT CLEARANCE, DRUG SCREENING. MUST HAVE AA DEGREE OR PASS PARAEDUCATOR ASSESSMENT TEST GIVEN BY COLUSA CO. OFFICE OF EDUCATION. CALL 530-473-2550 FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION. OPEN UNTIL FILLED. STUDENT SUPERVISOR. WILLIAMS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL FOR 2010-2011 SCHOOL YEAR. $9.86/HR. TWO POSITIONS (11:00 AM - 12:30 PM); ONE POSITION (10:45 AM - 12:30 PM, M-F). REQUIREMENTS: DISTRICT APPLICATION, TWO REFERENCE LETTERS, DOJ FINGERPRINT CLEARANCE, DRUG SCREENING. CALL 530-473-2550. OPEN UNTIL FILLED.
needed senior in the need of a good working wood buring stove. please call cliff at 9530) 476-0836 or (916) 317-4535.
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