What's Happening in Stonyford: Still time to go to fair
The Colusa County Fair is still going on until Sunday night. The livestock auction is this morning, good luck Stonyford 4-H.
There is a Mud Bog event this evening, and a Destruction Derby Sunday night at 7 p,m.
If you haven't been to the fair for awhile, this is your chance to take another look. There are flowers, animals, home arts, commercial vendors, carnival. It's great old-fashioned fun.
Congratulations to Gary Evans! I don't know if it's official yet, but I hear you will continue as our county supervisor for District 4.
When you're having a bad day, consider this one: Randy A. was on his way to a doctor's appointment. On the way he had two flat tires, two battery failures, and his alternator went out. Can you believe he was only 15 minutes late for his appointment?
Tuesday night dinner at the Grange this week is pinto beans with ham, fried potatoes and two types of cornbread, traditional and jalapeno, and dessert. Come out and give it a try, serving from 5-7 p.m.
Sew What!? ladies are heading to Paskenta for a quilting day, again. We'll have a birthday lunch at the Flournoy Store, and then go to the Paskenta Community Hall to sew for a couple of hours.
The Flournoy store makes wonderful sandwiches. My favorite is "When pigs fly." It's a combo of ham and turkey, grilled, with lots of other goodies on it.
Chit Chat is this Wednesday at the Grange; Fran is hosting. Hope to see all the Chit Chat ladies there.
Elk Creek graduation is at 7 p.m. Thurday
Our Medical Clinic is open on Fridays from 9 a.m. to noon. Staffing it are family nurse practitioners Deborah Santivenez and Paul O'Rourke-Babb. They are an asset to our community. They can take patients by appointment or walk-ins. They can do blood draws, immunizations, exams, etc.
And they accept Medicare and many other insurances,or can charge on a sliding scale.