Pine-Strawberry

'Trouble' comes to the Strawberry Schoolhouse

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by Myndi Brogdon
Come to the Oldest Standing Schoolhouse in Arizona for one of the oldest forms of entertainment music. Locals Chuck and Barb Casey will be performing "Trouble in Paradise" at 1:30 p.m., June 17 at the Strawberry Schoolhouse. Bring chairs, blankets and dear old dad out for a Father's day concert in the cool pines of Strawberry. It's free to all. Come on out and enjoy!
Antique Auction and Appraisal Clinic coming to Pine
Mark your calendars now for the silent auction and appraisal clinic to be held right here. Noted author and antiques and collectible expert Harry Rinker is coming to Pine-Strawberry on July 28 and 29. During the two-day show and sale, Rinker will provide verbal appraisals in a public forum of local antiques. For just $10, Rinker will appraise your family heirlooms. Tickets are on sale now at the Pine-Strawberry Museum. A silent auction will also take place. Items may be donated to the sale, the proceeds of which will go to the Pine-Strawberry Archeological and Historical Society. Or items may be placed on consignment for a fee of 15 percent per item. For more information call the P-S Museum at 476-3547.
Family Fun Night
The monthly Family Fun Night is becoming a favorite tradition at the Church on Randall Place. Hosted by Pastor John Lake and his wife Simone, parishioners brought many delicious dishes including Bev Yoes' famous death by chocolate cake, Joan Williams' new brownie/cream cheese recipe and Dixie's famous popcorn.
In the tournament of games Bill Williams won three times in the game of Uno. Pastor John Lake won in Frose ball, little 6-year-old Brandon (Carol Johnson's great grandson) beat six adults with his hand in Dominos and Shelby won in the game of pick-up sticks.
Family Fun Night will continue to be a monthly event hosted by The Church on Randall Place starting at 6:30 p.m. the first Friday of every month. All are welcome. Bring a potluck dish to share and games to play. For more information, call 476-4249.
Old Time Fiddlers Jam Session
Calling all fiddlers, guitar players, mandolin players, banjo pickers and bass players gather down at the Community Center in Pine for an Old Time Fiddlers Jam Session. Wednesday June 20 in the Cultural Hall. Any and all pickers and players are welcome to join regulars Stan Fuller and Arvid Thompson for a foot-stompin' good time. Spectators are encouraged to sing-a-long, clap and tap their feet.

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