Community Briefs: Premium Books available
Premium Books for the 2012 Glenn County Fair are now available at the fair office, 211 E. Yolo St., Orland or visit www.glenncountyfair.org.
Entry forms are due by 4 p.m. in the fair office.
The fair runs May 17-20 and the theme is "Celebrate the Bounty of Glenn County" with the Orland Chamber Fair Parade taking place on the 19th. For parade details, call the Chamber at 865-2311.
For other questions pertaining to the fair, call the fair office at 865-1168.
Pageant applicants sought
Beginning March 26, young women 17-21, who are at least seniors in high school and would like to participate in the 2012 Miss Glenn County pageant, may pick up applications at their school office or at the fair office, 221 E. Yolo St., Orland.
Applications are due in the fair office by April 6. A mandatory meeting for parents and contestants will take place at 6 p.m. April 9 in Flaherty Hall.
For more information, contact pageant coordinator Megan Bruce at 520-0279.
Egg hunt is April 7
The Orland Parks and Recreation Department will hold an Egg Hunt at 9 a.m. at Vinsohhaler Park. Children through 10 years old are encouraged to attend, with a golden egg prize for each age group. Bring your own basket.
For more information, call 865-1630.
Retired teachers to meet
The Mt. Lassen, Division 9, of the California Retired Teachers Association will meet at 11 a.m. April 9 in the Corning Union High School cafeteria, 643 Blackburn Ave.
Lunch will be available for $8 and Pam Hubbard, program director of the Court Appointed Special Advocates of Butte and Glenn counties will be the featured speaker.
For more information, call 899-8393.
Softball sign-ups soon
The Colusa County Softball Association would like to invite all softball players from neighboring cities who may have lost their softball program. Team rosters for the Men's League will be accepted from 6-8 p.m. April 11 and 16 at Round Table Pizza in Colusa, 1031 Bridge St.
To join or for more information, contact Lani at 458-5890, ext. 101.