Rocco’s Bar and Grill, 546 Market St. got a flock of new visitors on Monday. The Del La Torre family sent the geese and ducks to the popular eatery and bar for a very good cause. “You’ve Been Flocked” is a fundraiser for Founder’s Day, which will be held on June 19, in Downtown Colusa from 2-4 PM in Memorial Park, Downtown Colusa, and Main Street. Rocco’s will be open for lunch to dine in or eat out (Main Street), on Founder’s Day. Also on June 19, Rocco’s will host the “Rocco’s Parking Lot Hawaiian Luau Party,” featuring the FBR Band (no admission). Come spend the day in Colusa and enjoy all the free festivities, including a Tractor Show, Vendor Fair, Historic Downtown Tour, and more. To send a flock of ducks, geese, or both to a friend or business, call 458-4141 for a donation to the Community Foundation of Colusa County (PR Community Fund), and don’t miss Founder’s Day on June 19.
The Colusa County Community Development Department was flocked on Tuesday for a very good cause. Colusa County Chief Administrative Officer Wendy Tyler sent a flock of ducks to Community Development Director Greg Plucker, left, and planning staff Tana Loudon, Julia Ornbaun, and Kent Johanns to help support the County Seat’s first Founder’s Day, on June 19. The event includes a historical tour of Colusa’s downtown, DFT Cornhole, antique tractor show, and much more. Founder’s day is a free event and open to all Colusa County residents. Come out and enjoy the day! To send a flock, call 458-4141. All donations are accepted. All photographs are published in the Pioneer Review. Only two editions left. Founder’s Day is intended to become an annual event.