Schedule of Events

GET READY FOR THE 2010 MOHAWK VALLEY INDEPENDENCE DAY CELEBRATION honoring freedom with the theme “HIGH TIME IN THE SIERRA 2010.” Plan ahead for this family-friendly event by marking your calendar for the yearly hometown celebration that only Graeagle can offer. From family friendly street dancing and barbecue in Blairsden, an aerial fireworks display over Graeagle Mill Pond, and the spectacular MVID Parade/Day in the Park events, Graeagle is the place to be on Fourth of July weekend.

Click here for photos of the 2010 MVID celebration.

Schedule of Events

FRIDAY - JULY 2ND

6 – 11 PM BLAIRSDEN BARBEQUE Hot Dogs, Hamburgers, Corndogs & Drinks (Graeagle Lions Club) Indian Tacos
7– 11 PM BLAIRSDEN STREET DANCE Music By Trash Gordon, Sponsored by the Blairsden Merchants

SATURDAY - JULY 3RD - FIREWORKS

8- 10 AM HOT-AIR BALLOON RIDES OVER MILL POND Enjoy a ride over the pond (Graeagle Mill Pond)
9 AM - 10 PM CIVIL WAR CAMPS OPEN TO PUBLIC
2 – 4 PM MUSIC AT THE MILL POND (Graeagle Mill Pond) The Schall Adams Band - Blues, Funk, Rock
4 – 6 PM POPS CONCERT ON THE GREEN Nevada County Concert Band (Graeagle Park)
12 PM & 4 PM CIVIL WAR BATTLES Comstock Civil War Reenactors (Graeagle Field)
4 – 9 PM PRE–FIREWORKS (Graeagle Mill Pond) Food & Refreshments (Calpine Elks) Cotton Candy (Lady Elks)
6 – 9 PM MUSIC AT THE MILL POND (Graeagle Mill Pond) The Schall Adams Band - Blues, Funk, Rock
8 PM CIVIL WAR BATTLE AT DUSK ( Graeagle Field ) Camps open to families for fireworks show
8 – 10 PM CIVIL WAR CAMP OPEN FOR FAMILY GROUPS Watch the Fireworks at camp (Graeagle Field)
At Dusk (9:30) AERIAL FIREWORKS DISPLAY (Graeagle Mill Pond)
After Fireworks CIVIL WAR PERIOD DANCE (Civil War Town Square - Civilian Camp)

SUNDAY - JULY 4TH

8- 10 AM HOT-AIR BALLOON RIDES OVER MILL POND
8 –11 AM FIRE DEPARTMENT’S PANCAKE BREAKFAST (Graeagle Firehall)
9 AM - 12:30 PM CIVIL WAR CAMPS OPEN TO PUBLIC
11 AM CIVIL WAR BATTLE Comstock Civil War Reenactors (Graeagle Field)
10 AM – 5 PM OLD FASHIONED DAY IN THE PARK BBQ, Snacks,
Refreshments, Games, Music (Graeagle Park)
10:30 AM BLUE GRASS MUSIC by West Wind(Graeagle Park)
1 – 2 PM 38TH ANNUAL PARADE DOWNTOWN GRAEAGLE Click here to download parade entry forms.
After Parade BLUE GRASS MUSIC West Wind(Graeagle Park)

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Grand Marshal

Harvey WestHarvey West, Jr. was born on October 18, 1922 in Soquel, California. He was the oldest of three boys (David and Robert, brothers) born to Harvey West Sr. and Leila. Harvey had a typical boyhood life growing up in the Santa Cruz coast, fishing, playing baseball and enjoying some fun at the Boardwalk and “Plunge” whenever possible.

The family later moved to Placerville, CA where they operated several lumber mills: Smith Flat, Fresh Pond, Sly Park and Tahoe Valley. At this time, Harvey attended El Dorado High School in Placerville. And graduated in 1940. The 2nd World War was in full swing and Harvey joined the Navy V-12 program. He enrolled in Sacramento Jr. College and then attended COP (Stockton). Harvey was one of four to be sent to the Naval Supply Corp school program at Harvard in Boston. In February 1945 he was assigned his first ship, the Auriga and remained in the Navy for several years.

After the war it was a busy life of a timber man, working for the family business, Placerville Lumber Company with is father, Harvey West, Sr. and brother Bob. Cruising timber, driving logging truck, managing the mills, and negotiating timber/lumber sales made for long days. It was in August 1950 that Harvey married his sweetheart, Shirley Devine.

In 1957 Harvey, along with his brother Bob, came to Graeagle to investigate the holdings and timber of the California Fruit Exchange. He recalls having dinner at the Log Cabin (Portola) on a cool Fall evening and feeling fairly impressed with the little town. The West family purchased Graeagle from the California Fruit Exchange --- and the real work began. He moved his family to Graeagle and along with his wife Shirley and their (then) two Children, Deborah and Dan settled into the large red house on the hill. It was 1958 and Graeagle was a virtual ghost town at this time, only a handful of people remained as residents. Fifty years later – the community of Graeagle is the result of their vision, their commitment and much hard work.

Harvey has always enjoyed the game of golf - so out of his love for the game - the perfect location was realized and the construction of Graeagle Meadows began in 1968 (9 holes) and the completed 18 hole championship course was finished in 1970. It was the first 18 hole course in the entire area and today is still one of the most player-friendly and scenic anywhere around!

Graeagle's 1st Fire TruckHarvey has always been a civic minded man. In his younger days he played first base for the Bartletts and the Outlaws; was a deputy with the El Dorado County Sheriff’s Posse. After they moved to Plumas County, he enjoyed serving on the Plumas County Planning Commission for 19 years; Coached little league baseball, a member of the Rotary Club; supported and donated to the Johnsville Ski Hill; was the founding member and first Fire Chief of the Graeagle Volunteer Fire Department; is a Mason and still attends Lodge in Beckwourth occasionally; is a World War II veteran, a father of 4 children and 8 grandchildren and 1 great-grandchild.

Today the privately owned family company, GL&W is much the same, under his watchful guidance – with the vision and day-to-day operations turned over to his son Dan (and his grandson, Harvey West III, as well!).

Harvey West is the true pioneer of the community of Graeagle, and says none of this would be possible without the love and support of his wife, Shirley and their children.

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Day In The Park

 

Sunday 10 AM to 4 PM

Snow Cones – Plumas Swim Team

Iced Coffees – Corner Stone Ministries

Soft Drinks, Popcorn – Feather River Jazz Society

Beer – C-Road Fire Department

Memberships – Nevada Society of Scottish Clans

Event Buttons – MVID Committee

Kids Horse Rides – Chris David

Margaritas – Plumas Eureka Fire Dept & Aux

Rock Wall -Mobile Rock of Auburn
Portola High Cheerleaders

Trinkets – Project Santa Claus

Dunk Tank – Soroptimist of Portola “S-Club”

Mai Tai Cocktails & Tea – Portola Rotary Club

Spin the Wheel – Portola Railroad Days

Hamburgers, Hot Dogs – Purple Pride Booster Club

Kiddie Pools & Games, Bounce House
Las Plumas 4-H Club, S-Club

Memberships – White Sulphur Springs

Strength Test – Holy Family Catholic Church Youth Group

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Community Appreciation Award

Hospital Auxiliary
The Auxiliary was born in January of 1957 to assist the Western Pacific Hospital in Portola. In 1963 members helped create a "Save the Hospital" group that resulted in the formation of Eastern Plumas Community Hospital District in 1965.

Since then the all-volunteer Auxiliary has raised over $1.5 million dollars for Eastern Plumas Health Care, primarily through its Nifty Thrifty store in Portola. Recent purchases have included a Dexascanner for measuring bone density, a 4-WD ambulance, and the down payment of nearly $98,000 for the 2nd phase of the electronic medical records system.

In addition, each year the Auxiliary Memorial Fund is used to give $1000 scholarships to worthy EPHC employees desiring to further their work-related education.

Membership is currently at over 100 and these volunteers also assist with hospital outreach events such as its health fair and discounted lab testing. And not to be lazy they also conduct two blood drives annually in coordination with United Blood Services.

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2010 Parade

 

Sunday 1 to 2 PM

Parade Announcer – John Williamson

Plumas County Sheriff
Greg Hagwood

Mohawk Valley Banner
Tessa & Nicholas Clawson

American Legion Color Guard
Marching Unit

eNVision Performing Arts Band
Marching Drumline
Aaron Hines Director

Uncle Sam
Russ Bowring

2010 Grand Marshal
Harvey West
Riding with Harvey West III (Trey)
& Chesley Pence
In His 1950 Willys Jeepster

Dick Lundy
Candidate for Supervisor District 5
Riding With Bob Phelps
In His 1955 Jeep

Dan Logue
California Assemblyman

Rotary Club of Portola
Train Float Followed by
1941 Dodge Luxury Liner
1930 Model “A” Ford
& 1929 Model “A” Roadster Pickup

1941 Dodge Desoto
Steve O'Neill

1930 Ford Business Coup
Todds

1929 Model A Ford
Balls

1935 Dodge Brothers

1949 MGTC
Bill Tantau

Firefighters Pipe Band – Reno District
Marching Unit

Nevada Society of Scottish Clans
Marching Unit

Sierra Cascade Street Rodders
Portola

Mad Hatter
Sharon Hopkins

Water Tender
Graeagle Fire Protection District

Type I Structure Engine
Graeagle Fire Protection District

Britton Memorial Bicycle Brigade
Sponsored by Movin’ West RV Park

1955 Bel Air Chevy
Dick Cowing

1959 Ford Custom 300
Vito Cantacessi

Antique Auto
Clark Pillsbury

Spanish Springs High School
Cougar Band
Timothy Reynolds Director

1958 Ford Pickup
Robert Lamm

Jon Kennedy
Candidate for Supervisor District 5

Triumph TR7
Plumas Pines Golf Resort amd Longboards

1981 Avanti
Arie Sholten

Nor Cal Tea Party Patriots

Type I Fire Engine
Plumas Eureka Fire & Rescue Dist

Susan B Komen Walk for the Cure
Amy Cossey

Klassic Krusier Car Club

Comstock Civil War Reenactors
CA Consolidated Fife & Drum,
Civilian Confederate & Union Brigades

Novelty Van - Larry Pizorno

Eastern Plumas Health Care
Ambulance

Eastern Plumas Health Care Auxiliary
Community Service Award Winner

Kids on Bikes & Wagons
Post/Davis Family

War Girl - World War II Jeep

1961 Desoto
Chris & Rene Rores

Reno High School Huskie Marching Band
Cody Forcier Director

Trailer/Float
Hix Family Cabin

Smokey Bear & Fire Engine
USFS

Golf Carts & Rangers
Eagle Ridge RV Park

Camp In Sanity

1986 CJ7 Jeep
Driven by Thomas & Nancy Fregulia
Johnsville – Graeagle Hunting & Fishing Club

McQueen High School Marching Band
Rick Moffit Director

Plumas Eureka State Park Assoc
Float

2005 Kenworth Water Tender
C Road Fire Department

Bikes
Rasoth & Haftersons

Civil War Reenactor Calvary

Stars in the Barn
Chris David

Equestrian
Ettingers

Abbott & Downey Stagecoach
Joy Engineering

Hitch Wagon
Joy Engineering

Conestoga Wagon
Joy Engineering

California Highway Patrol

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Sponsors

Our sincere thanks to all who help sponsor this event through your generous donations. Without your support these Independence Day events would not be possible.

Fund raising, it seems, is the most challenging aspect of any organized event. It is very gratifying when so many community members, organizations, businesses, property owners, and individuals demonstrate their unified support. It shows you care about the quality of life and the future of your community.

We wish also to thank those of you who support the MVID events through participation in the various fund-raising events.

Organization Sponsors

Calpine Elks #2432(Graeagle)
Calpine Lady Elks #2432(Graeagle)
Feather River Dixieland Jazz Society(Graeagle)
Graeagle Property Owners Association
Graeagle Community Service District

Nakoma Villa Owners Association(Clio)
Plumas Eureka Estate Homeowners Assn.(Blairsden)
Whitehawk Ranch CSD(Clio)
Whitehawk Ranch Homeowners’ Association(Clio)

 

Business Sponsors

ABSolute Fitness(Clio)Barnard & Associates(Quincy)
Michael W. Barton, D.D.S.(Graeagle)
Bequette & Kimmel(Quincy)
Blind Faith Custom Tattoo (The Fuller Family)(Portola)
Jack Bridge Associates(Graeagle)
Cast-A-Way Consignment Shoppe(Graeagle)
Cheeseburger Restaurants, Inc.(Portola)
Chilcoot Monument(Portola)
Clio's Rivers Edge RV Park(Clio)
Connie's Place(Portola)
Cuccia's & Coyote Bar & Grill(Graeagle)
Eastern Plumas Health Care(Portola)
Elwell Lakes Lodge(Blairsden)
Feather Oaks Tax Service(Portola)
Feather River Inn/Nakoma Golf Resort(Blairsden)
Feathers(Graeagle)
Graeagle Florist & Mercantile
Graeagle Golf Center
Graeagle Land & Water Co
Graeagle Lighting
Graeagle Meadows Vacation Rentals & Sales
Graeagle Mill Works
Graeagle Restaurant
Graeagle Store
Grizzly Grill(Blairsden)
Law Office of Richard Hart(Graeagle)
Nels Johnson Company(Graeagle)
Juice Plus(Clio)

Duane C. Kitchens & Sons Construction Co.(Santa Rosa)
Knotty Pine Tavern(Graeagle)
Lambert & Lambert Insurance Services(Portola)
Leonard's Market(Portola)
Little Bear RV Park(Blairsden)
Marshall's--Budget Mini(Portola)
Mohawk Maintenance--Tom, Patsy & Kelsey Sherrard(Blairsden)
Mohawk Tavern(Graeagle)
Mountain Cuisine(Blairsden)
Nervino Aero Service Inc.(Beckwourth)
Plumas Communications(Reno)
Plumas Pines Golf Resort (Graeagle)
Plumas Pines Reality, Inc(Graeagle)
Plumas-Sierra Rural Electric Cooperative(Portola)
Pullman House B & B(Portola)
Queen Bee Boutique(Graeagle)
Quincy Drug Store
Pete Rhode PA & Sound(Portola)
River Pines Resort & Vacation Rentals(Clio)
Sierra Meat(Reno)
Stars in the Barn(Graeagle)
Tangles(Portola)
Tibbedeaux Surveying(Portola)
Twenty Mile House(Cromberg)
Whitehawk Ranch Golf Club(Clio)
Wild Hare Sign Co(Quincy)
Safeway (Quincy)
D & L Distributing, Inc - (Susanville)

 

Individual Sponsors

Bill & Carolyn Adams(San Mateo)
George & Jan Adams(Sacramento)
Mark R. Agnew(Novato)
Shirley Agnos(Sun City West)
Ralph & Carol Albright(Reno)
R & K Alcayaga(Cromberg)
Bruce & Nancy Anderson(Folsom)
Eric Anderson & Jan Lawrence(Reno)
The Andrade's(Clio)
Anonymous(El Cerrito)
Anonymous(Reno)
Anonymous(Danville)
Anonymous(Saratoga)
Gail Arterburn(Graeagle)
The Sparks Artz Families(Sparks)
Karl & Marilyn Ashley(San Rafael)
Linda Auble(Reno)
Hal & Cheryl Babb(Cupertino)
Dave & Kathy Backman(Portola)
Jim & Karen Bailey(Clio)
The Baker Family(San Francisco)
Tom & Ellen Balestri(Graeagle)
Michele & Woody Barry(Reno)
Jack E. Batchelder(Graeagle)
Edna Bayliff & Laren Gartner(Graeagle)
Fred & Judy Bechtold(Graeagle)
Vance & Marilyn Bell(Reno)
Bert, Barbara, Matt, Hannah & Sarah Bellows(Sparks)
Berney Family(Fallon)
Bicocca Family(Sacramento)
Len & Josie Blackford(Sacramento)
Doyle & Mary Blaylock(Graeagle)
Bill Bolin(Blairsden)
Jim & Jean Bonander(Tiburon)
Don & Linda Boucher(Reno)
Ed Bouillon & Fran Alberghini(Blairsden)
Janice & Tom Brady(Reno)
Steve Brenneman(Clio)
Bob & Jean Britton, Grandkids & Great Grandkids(Carmel)
Lew & Kathryn Brogan(Chico)
Melvin & Lorraine Brooks(Fairfield)
Rick & Chris Bugna(Graeagle)
Bonnie Bullinger(Fullerton)
Chuck & Carol Burr(Reno)
Hal & Nancy Caldwell(Graeagle)
Mike & Wendy Callaghan(Portola)
Mike & Kathy Campbell(Graeagle)
Vito & Ginger Cantacessi(Reno)
John & Barbara Capdeville(Reno)
Jim & Pat Caraccioli(Salinas)
Andra & Jack Carter(Reno)
Jim & Sandy Case(Eleele)
Pat Cashill Family(Reno)
Dudley & Marlene Cate(Reno)
Joseph & Deborah Chait(Menlo Park)
Margaret W. Chamberlin(Blairsden)
Carl & Margaret Chavez(Graeagle)
Dennis & Vicki Chegwin(Graeagle)
Walt & Gayle Christiansen(Yuba City)
Don & Nancy Clark(Graeagle)
Curt & Margie Clarkson(Blairsden)
The Clements Family(Graeagle)
Robert C. Clift(Reno)
Ken & Joan Cole(Moraga)
Pat & Zach Coney(San Mateo)
Norman G. Conradson(Menlo Park)
George Conroy(Graeagle)
Robert & Yvonne Cook(Sparks)
Brenda Correll(Blairsden)
Dick & Bev Cowing(Orangevale)
Joe & Shari Cox(Novato)
Jerry & Mary Ann Crowe(Clio)
Bill & Kathy Davis(Graeagle)
David & Rita DeBoer(Graeagle)
Paul & Margy Del Carlo(Reno)
Frank & Arlene Dellari(Half Moon Bay)
Tom & Mary DeMund(Graeagle)
Richard Desmond(Fresno)
David & Mary Dierking(Alameda)
Ted & Deborah Dobbs(Walnut Creek)
Beverly Donato(Graeagle)
Cindy & John Donohue(Blairsden)
Bob & Becky Duncan(Coalinga)
Joani & Ray Duncan(Portola)
William Dunn(Brentwood)
Terence & Sally Durkan(San Anselmo)
Hank Echols(Graeagle)
Sherrie Edgar(Loomis)
Mike & Becky Egan(WC & Graeagle)
Roger & Joyce Erickson(Reno)
Joseph & Sheila Erlach(Reno)
Bob & DeAnn Fabri(Reno)
L.J. Ferderber(Pleasanton)
Chuck & Jay Fisher(Graeagle)
Pat & Larry Fites(Graeagle)
Onarina Flowers(Sparks)
Dennis & Alaine Flynn(Graeagle)
Fran Fortier(Grants Pass)
Chuck & Cathe Franck(Clio)
George & Karen Fraser(Rocklin)
Peter & Jenine Fraser(Alamo)
Tom & Nancy Fregulia(Graeagle)
Dan & Kathleen Friedman(Clio)
Dave & Jeannine Funk(Reno)
Bob & Caryl Gass(Sloat)
Dan & Debbie Gerbatz(Reno)
The Gezelin Family(Carson City)
Geoff & Laura Gibson(San Jose)
Winston Giles & Peggy Garner(Graeagle)
Ernie & Nita Givani(Graeagle)
Joseph & Giuliana Glazer(San Bruno)
Raymond H. & Johanna M. Goodwin(Citrus Heights)
Albert & Carrie Gozzelino(Salinas)
Grae/Wal Properties(Reno)
Allen & Dee Dee Gray(Reno)
Clark & Pat Gribben(Reno)
Marc Grosso & Harriet Grosso(Paradise)
Phil Grover(Graeagle)
Doris Guerrant(Graeagle)
Mr. & Mrs. Robert Haaf(Clio)
Phyllis & Marc Hackenberg(Reno)
Michael & Rochelle Hall(Clarksburg)
Bryan & Martha Hansen(Graeagle)
Tom & Dawn Hayes(Clio)
Emmy Heikkinen(Mountain View)
Don & Marge Heinitz(Graeagle)
Jay & Barbi Hendrick(Encinitas)
Gloria Hill(Reno)
Hix Family Cabin(Reno)
Hunt & Janet Holladay(Costa Mesa)
Ed Horan & Debbie Clark(Reno)
Mike & Carole Horan(Reno)
Ruthan Hudson(Graeagle)
Gary & Lynn Imm(Petaluma)
Joe & Molly Isaia(Reno)
Don & Evelyn Jansen(Roseville)
Linda A. Johnson(Portola)
Andy & Christine Johnston(Clio)
Richard Jones(Auburn)
Kerm & Florine Jorgensen(Loomis)
Ken & Edi Joy(Davis)
Martin & Debi Kaplan(Blairsden)

Sherril & Jim Kenny(Clio)
Marge & John Kerr(Reno)
Don Kienlen(Graeagle)
Dick Kinner(Reno)
Lloyd & Darnley Kirchner(Reno)
Mary Kliejunas(Blairsden)
John F. Korphage(Lodi)
Mark & Marcia Kostielney(Rohnert Park)
Don & Terri Kracaw(Winnemucca)
Dr. Eric & Christie Kroll(Reno)
Zella Kurdupski(Graeagle)
Bob & Ginny Kylberg(Clio)
Mrs. Lucille Landa & Family(Reno)
Betty Wilson Lane(Folsom)
The Lang Family(Newcastle)
The Colby Laughlin Family(Reno)
Laurel & Sharon(Graeagle)
Bob & Chris Laxague(Reno)
Bill & Doris Leonesio(Reno)
MaryBeth & Terry Limpert(Portola)
Judy & John Lullo(Clio)
Mike & Louise Mann(Renton)
Bud & Marna Markham(Graeagle)
Betty & Ken Marr(Graeagle)
Bob & Barbara Martin(Chico)
Edw & Kay Martinez(Virginia City)
George & Gloria Martinez(Tiburon)
Mayer Family(Blairsden)
Harlan "Mac" McBride(Graeagle)
Joe & Ellie McCarron(Yuba City)
Dan & Liana McGill(Reno)
Richard & Judy McGrath(Millbrae)
Bill & Mary McInerney & Grandchildren(Oakland)
Ron & Marylou McNay(Graeagle)
Rick & Sue McPeak(Pleasant Hill)
Brock & Donna Meyers(Graeagle)
Kristin & Marissa Meyers(Sacramento)
Miles Grandchildren: Brook, Shane & Natalia(Carson City)
Remembering the D. & N. Miller Families()
Jonathan & Nancy Miller(Modesto)
Judy Miller(Moraga)
Roy Miller(San Francisco)
Mike & Carol Mitchell(Verdi)
Stewart & Mary Mitchell(Lincoln)
Bill & Bonnie Mohammed(Newcastle)
Don & Barbara Moller(Walnut Creek)
Craig Montgomery(Benicia)
Janet & John Morehead(Sebastopol)
Matt & Vicki Mulder(Martinez)
Steve & Sharon Munsen(Graeagle)
Family of Cornelius P. Murphy(South San Francisco)
Nakasuji Family(Cupertino)
Pat & Norman Nichols(Graeagle)
Butch & Diane Niford(Clio)
Lois Norlen(Sparks)
Bob & Beth Nunn(Graeagle)
K. O'Kelley(Danville)
Elinor & Tom Ovenshine(Palo Alto)
Owens Family(Walnut Creek)
Walt & Flora Parsons(Graeagle)
Tom & Nancy Pelich(Aptos)
Reese & Joanne Perkins(Reno)
Carl & Jan Peters(Graeagle)
Carol Peterson & Family(Martinez)
Sam & Susan Pettinato(Clio)
Frank & Beverly Portera(Blairsden)
Roger & Leslie Powell(Sparks)
Chuck & Ann Pratt(Graeagle)
Clayt & Caryl Rabedeaux(Peoria)
Lisa & TC Rahme/DeDe & Tim Rosene(Reno)
Clarence & Carol Rail(Ankeny)
Mike & Kathy Rains(San Ramon)
Mr. & Mrs. Alan Reichenbach(Camarillo)
Larry & Nancy Reid(Rocklin)
Leo & Janet Reihsen(Clio)
Dink & Dave Rife(Graeagle)
Esther Rimbault(Graeagle)
Bob & Joyce Ritz(Clio)
John & Mary Roach(Blairsden)
Don Rodrigo Family(Novato)
Alan & Janet Ross(Reno)
Charlie & Pam Ross(Plumas Pines)
Kathy Roth & Bill Kennedy(Clio)
Jeffrey & Melanie Ryan(Santa Rosa)
Mike & Mary Anne Sala(Reno)
Anne & Bob Sapeta(Reno)
Dave & Patty Sawyer(Reno)
Jan Schneider & Lloyd Geissinger(Santa Rosa)
Jean & Bob Schoensee(Blairsden)
Jim & Norma Schonbeck(Graeagle)
John & Marian Sciborski(Graeagle)
Carolyn & Ron Scovill(Reno)
Bill & Sue Seelig(Campbell)
Tom & Kay Seeliger(Reno)
Bob & Marcie Sheehy(Graeagle)
Bryan & Cheryl Shewmake(Blairsden)
Richard & Deborah Short(Alamo)
Craig & Sandy Simmons(Clio)
Sandee Simpson(Portola)
Leon & Pamila Smethers(Sparks)
Linda & Bill Smidt(Truckee)
Larry & Annette Smith(St. Helena)
Rick & Mary Smith(Brentwood)
Alene Sobrero(Graeagle)
Warren & Gerry Sonnenburg(Lincoln)
Phil C. Soto(Sacramento)
Bill & Carol Stanton(Graeagle)
Bill & Heather Starmer(Graeagle)
Bob & Denise Stein(Clio)
Del Stockman(Graeagle)
Ellie Streeter(Portola)
The Sullivan Family(Reno)
Bill & Helen Sullivant(Pleasanton)
Bob & Carol Surryhne(Graeagle)
Pat Symons(Clio)
Jim & Jan Talbott(Reno)
Pat & Bruce Teigen(Monterey)
Norma Teldeschi(Blairsden)
Kathy Tesdall & Alan Harp(Napa)
Beverley Thielen(Cromberg)
Gloria Thiessen(El Dorado Hills)
Sally Thomas(Portola)
Karen Thompson(Surprise)
Geron & Marilyn Thornquist(Graeagle)
Buzz & Diane Trainor(Blairsden)
Donald & Sharon Turke(Santa Rosa)
Steve & Tammy Ursenbach(Clio)
Crew of USS Everglades AD-24(Brisbane)
Jacklyn & Byron Van Metre(Auburn)
L. Curtis Vann(Highland)
Alex & Jeri Vereschagin(Orland)
Ruth B. Vezina(Graeagle)
Sue Wagner(Reno)
Bill & Gaye Wallace(Reno)
Mike & Fran Wedow(Chico)
Lyndon & Linda Wheeler(Graeagle)
Wanda Wideriksen(Graeagle)
Bill & Barbra Wood(Menlo Park)
Wayne & Dottie Yates(Graeagle)
Fran & Caroline Yetso(Nipomo)
Don & Jill Zumwalt(Santa Rosa)
Jack & Jan Zygner(Clio)

 

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You Could Be A Winner!

MVID 2010 ButtonThe 2010 MVID buttons are NOW available for $2 at many Graeagle and Blairsden shops. There is a number on the back of each one and if your number is called, you win! The winning numbers will be called Sunday at the green.

The winning numbers will be posted at the Graeagle store, the Millworks Restaurant, the Mohawk Tavern, Gumbas Restaurant, the community bulletin board at Graeagle Park, and on this web page.

WINNING BUTTON NUMBERS:
559, 76, 831, 28, 319, 404, 19, 247, 719, 86, 685
Take your winning button to the participating Graeagle Merchants to claim your prize.
Briar Patch 559
Graeagle Cafe 76
Knotty Pine Tavern 831
Outpost 28
Millworks 319
Epilog Books & Company 404
Graeagle Market 19
Oregano Home Store 247
Chamber of Commerce 719
Graeagle Florist & Mercantile 86
Mohawk Tavern 685

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Special Thanks

An extra thank you should be given to Harvey and Dan West for their support, and for providing personnel for the setup & cleanup of numerous activities. This event would not be possible without the West’s offering the use of the Mill Pond area for the aerial fireworks display, and the Green for the Park Festivities.

Thanks to the following MVID Committee members and organizations without whose help this event would not have been possible:

Event Chairman – Don Clark
Co-Chair – Michael & Patty Clawson
Eastern Plumas Chamber of Commerce – Audrey Ellis, Pat Symons
Graeagle Merchants & Fundraising – Tim Kurdupski
Parade Chairs – Bob & Stacey Phelps
Parade Announcer – John Williamson
Day In The Park – Tanya Ross-Ward & Don Schlueter
Permits & GFD Rep – Judy Bechtold,
Fundraising – Richard Hart & Annie Fischer
Hustle In The Street – Debra McCall & Joyce Sears
Printing & Dash Plates – Sierra Promotions Denise Morganroth & John Steffanic
BBQ in Park – Bob Caskie, Rich Carmichael & Jim Babbit (etal)
Blairsden Street Dance - Bill McComb & Dick Beaver
Gold Ridge, Buttons, Poster & Web Site - Michael Clawson
Balloon Rides – Dawn Hayes
Community Appreciation Award - Dink Rife
Parade -, John Vercelli, Mark Schneider & John Sciborski
Parade Registration - Marian Sciborski & Kit Vercelli
Program - Marian Sciborski & Walt Parsons
Blairsden Merchants - Chris David
C-Road - Ed Harrison
Goldridge Estates - Jeff Turner
Gold Mountain - Mike Callaghan
Graeagle Property Owners - Marcie Sheehy
Plumas Eureka Estates Homeowners - Doris Olsen
Whitehawk Ranch – Dawn Hayes
Lion’s Club & Concert Assist - Don Schlueter
Bank of America
Elks Club - Eric Preinitz
Golf Carts - Feather River Park Resort
Graeagle Land and Water - Wayne Pearson
Intermountain Disposal - Ricky & Candy Ross
Plumas Sierra-Rural Electric Cooperative Sharon Schwilling & Lori Rice
Civil War Reenactment - Isabella Hunt-Jones, Jeff Turner & Patty Clawson
Civil War Reenactment Security - ProTek Security Systems
Cal Trans
California Highway Patrol
Plumas County Road Department
Plumas County Sheriff’s Department
Plumas Sanitation – Lance Wehrman

 

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Entry Forms

Parade Entry FormsOur entry forms are not available. Please click the button on the right to download a PDF 2010 Parade Entry Kit.

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