BURNEY/INTERMOUNTAIN EVENTS – Oct 31, 2018

 Compiled by Evalee Nelson 941-7909

 Nov 2 & 3 (Fri & Sat) Debbie’s Country Charm annual Open House in Fall River from 10am-5pm. Fall & Christmas decor, gifts, antiques, local art, handcrafts, Jewelry, & refreshments 43332 Hwy 299, Fall River Mills (530) 722-8681

Nov 03 (Sat) Bazaar at the Glenburn Church from 10am – 2pm

Nov 03 -(Sat) Glenburn Church 14th Annual Grand Piano Recital at 2pm Ten recitalists are scheduled to perform Free and everyone is welcome

Nov 03 (Sat) Kristen Maier’s senior project Winter Driving Class at Ingram Hall at the fairgrounds in McArthur from 2:30pm to 4:30pm. Trained professionals from CHP and Cal Trans will be teaching the class about chains, black ice, hydroplaning, winter driving at night & more. Free – Everyone is welcome. Great for new and experienced drivers. Raffles &refreshments (Kristen 339-6889)

Nov 04 (Sun at 2am) Day Light Savings ends. Turn clocks back and remember it is a good time to replace heater filters and smoke detector batteries

Nov 06 (Tue) Election Day. Polls will be open from 7am to 8pm

MISCELLANEOUS CLASSES ETC

If you are interested in arts and crafts you are invited to share your ideas. learn from others about their interests, and enjoy the camaraderie of like-minded artisans at the Evelyn O. Royce Art Center in Fall River Mills from 10am – 2pm on Tuesdays. Call Barbara at 335-4428 fro more information.

Women’s Self Defense Classes Nov 9th and Nov 13th at Rising Sun Fit Club in Burney.

Stretch classes Tue and Thur at 12:15. Call for info 530-335-3536

It’s Apple Pie Time for the McArthur FFA and time for you to order one (or more) of their famous apple pies. Now through November you may contact an FFA member or call Fall River High School at 336-5515 to order your pies or volunteer to assist with the pies. Last year they made 1,000 pies on bake day between 8a and 2p.. Don’t miss out!

Watch for it: Dogwood Cottage will be opening soon at 37026 Main Street (next to the Theatre) in Burney. Fresh flowers, ornamentations, FTD (335-5500)

Nov 11 – Soroptimist Veterans Day Luncheon for all who served in the military

Nov 17 – BES PTA Craft Fair from 9a-2p in Cafeteria

Nov 24 – Small Business Saturday Shop local

Nov 24 – Christmas Tree Lighting at Christmas Tree Lane in Burney

Nov 27 – National Giving Tuesday

01 Dec – VFW Aux Post 5689 Indoor Yard Sale at the VFW Hall from 9a-2p

01 Dec – Santa’s Workshop at Ingram Hall

01 Dec – Christmas Bazaar at New Hope Church in Burney

01 Dec -12 Dec (days and times TBA) IM Heritage Foundation 12 Days of Christmas

09 Dec – American Legion Post 441 annual Christmas Ham Dinner

15 Dec – Fall River Valley Chamber Christmas Light Parade in McArthur

01 Dec – Christmas Bazaar at New Hope Church in Burney

01 Dec -12 Dec (days and times TBA) IM Heritage Foundation 12 Days of Christmas

24Dec-04 Jan FRJUSD winter break

27 Dec – 3rd annual California Tribal TANF Partnership Open House

2019

01 Mar Burney Boosters Crab Feed

06 Jul Burney Basin Days Parade & Fireworks

BURNEY TAXI 530-605-7950

ORGANIZATION MEETINGS

American Legion Post 441 – 1st Monday 5pm at Burney VFW Hall

Burney Chamber of Commerce – 2nd Tuesday, noon at Gepetto’s (335-2111)

Burney/Fall River Rotary – Every Thursday, noon at Gepettos

FOIL (Friends of the Intermountain Library) 1st Tuesday of month, 2pm at the Library

Intermountain Artists – 2nd Thursday noon-2pm at Evelyn O’Royce Art Center next to

Fall River Hotel. Usually have a special presentation. Open to the public

Lions Club – Every Thursday, 6:00pm at the Lions Hall in Burney

Soroptimists – Every Wednesday, noon at Gepet

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Debbie’s County Charm 8th Annual Open House Nov 2-3

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November 2, 2018 · 5:37 pm

Firehouse Halloween Party features fun and fear

Burney Fire District hosted its 2nd Annual Haunted House on Halloween night Wednesday, October 31 from 6-9 p.m.

The front room was full of fun and games for the kids.

Feeling good

 

Lots of fun costumes

 

Fishing hole

 

Mario ready to cast the javelin

 

Bulls eye

 

Ring toss

Passing through the haunted house was pretty scary.

Beware of the macabre

 

Ghoulish figures

There was lots of candy for the kids and popcorn, hot chocolate, and cupcakes served by Fire District personnel. All in all, young and old had an exciting time.

Mother and child

Word of Life Church, High Country Real Estate, Citizens Volunteer Patrol, Burney-Fall River Rotary, Mountain Valley Health Center, Rex Club, Interact Club, Anna’s Country Kitchen, and Sickler Electric all pitched in to cosponsor the event and lots of people from the community came to volunteer to make this a fun and safe event.

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Win 1/2 of a “Fair Pig” in Senior Nutrition Raffle

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On November 9th, at the Burney Nutrition Senior Lunch at 12 noon, 1/2 of a “Fair Pig” will be raffled off. The meat comes butchered and packaged.

Any one is welcome to buy a ticket. Tickets are available at the Burney Senior Nutrition Office at Tri Counties Community Center at 37477 Main Street in Burney. Or call Diane at 335-4979.

Raffle tickets are $5 for one, $10 for three, or $20 for 7 tickets. You do not need to be present to win.

The pig has been donated by Burney Forest Power. All proceeds go to benefit the Burney Senior Nutrition Program.

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Seniors celebrate Halloween with costume contest

After a delicious lunch of spaghetti with blood sauce, spooky spinach, scary salad, gruesome garlic bread and witches brew prepared by Kim and Laura, four souls emerged to take part in a costume contest.

Costume Contest at the Senior Nutrition Center

Mary Francis Unterreiner was dressed as Victoria Barkley from the TV western Big Valley. Linda Colvin came as a Pioneer Woman. Sharon dressed as a Witch, and Vicky McAbee as a Patriot. Bruce Hill (not pictured) also joined the contest at the last minute as Dr. Dreidel.

Assembled diners voted for best costume by applause. Senior Center Director Diane and Kim Stier judged the volume and deemed Pioneer Woman the winner of a $20 award donated for the occasion by Mary Unterreiner.

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Interact Students perform community service at Bella Vista Farms

From Bob Jehn:

Underscoring their penchant for community service, members of the Interact Clubs of Burney and Fall River High Schools spent Sunday, October 28 performing chores at the only animal rescue center in Shasta County.

Interact students from Fall River and Burney after four hours of hard work at Bella Vista Farms in Cottonwood.

Fall River Interact member Jessica Mayer found a friend at the animal rescue center in Cottonwood.

Sixteen students descended upon Bella Vista Farms in Cottonwood to muck out animal stalls and clear brush for fire protection supervised by Interact Advisors Bob Jehn, Willie Rodriquez, and Brenda Rodriguez. Burney High School Science teacher Mark Harner wielded a chain saw while students dragged branches and weeds into burn piles to be burned later this fall.

Owners and operators of the facility, Chic Miller and her husband Bob, ages 71 and 80, respectively, were very grateful for the help as they depend on only grant funding and private donations to support the operation. The facility houses over 100 animals that have been abandoned, abused, or injured, and as Chic says, “We don’t adopt out – the animals live out their lives at Bella Vista Farms.”

Chic does much of the veterinary work at the facility, and has written a book about caring for animals.

Interact members clearing brush for fire protection at Bella Vista Farms in Cottonwood

The Interact Club of Fall River High School has also made monetary contributions to the facility to help support the work that Chic and Bob do. After the latest contribution from the Interactors Chic said, “Oh my gosh, I can’t thank you all enough…I can’t tell you how much I love you kids.”

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Harvest Youth Night at New Life Apostolic Church

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October 29, 2018 · 6:03 pm