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This photo was first seen on Facebook.  Later it was found to pertain to a place somewhere in Montana. 

Highway sign points to White Sulphur Springs? Working on it

Submitted by John Lullo

The White Sulphur Springs volunteers have been working hard on making the historic ranch a “destination” site but never thought it would happen this quickly!  Wishful thinking…..the highway sign that appears here is actually from a site in Montana. The sign was posted on Facebook a few days ago and caused a lot of comment.  Quite a coincidence, White Sulphur Springs on Highway 89 —  true in Plumas County California and true somewhere in Meagher County Montana.

On Sunday, June 25, White Sulphur Springs Ranch will be the destination of the 13th annual Summerfest 2023, as usual, at 2200 Highway 89 near Clio.

This year, as in the past, the highlights of the affair are the food, auctions, ranch house open house and first class entertainment.  This time the entertainment will be something new and special.  Matt Axton and Badmoon will bring their own brand of music to the Summerfest party. Matt describes his music as “Mountain Americana”, a blend of folk, rock, blues and everything else.

As usual, Summerfest is an outdoor event with doors opening at 3 p.m.  Attendees should bring a lawn chair but no pets.  Tickets are $65 for adults and $20 for kids 12 and under.  Tickets are available online at www.WhiteSulphurSpringsRanch.com. Over the counter ticket sales are offered at Millie’s Ice Cream and Coffee, and at the Queen Bee Boutique, both in Graeagle. Last year’s event was a sellout weeks before the last Sunday in June. Interested parties should get tickets as soon as possible.

The entertainment featured in Summerfest 2023 is Matt Axton and Badmoon. Photo submitted

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