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Page 4, Cloverdale Reveille, January 1, 1997 iiii!iiiiii!iiiiiiiii!iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii!ii@iiiiii@iiiiiiii!i:i::iii!iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii@i ::&apos;>:::iiiiii@ii `!i;iiiiiiiiiiii@ii{iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii!iiiiiiiii{iiiiiii!iiiiiiiiiiiiii{iiiiiiiiiiii!iiiiiiiiiii!iiiiii Pride Committee recogn/zes individuals Editor:. With pride...The Cloverdale Pride Committee of the Economic Development Commission wishes to recognize individuals who work in both business and residential areas to make Cloverdale a more attractive place in which to work and live. Accordingly, the Committee has just recognized Jane Pavelka for organizing a trash cleanup of Hot Springs Road. Students from the Continuation School who gathered mountains of trash are to be commended. Mrs. Pavelka rewarded the students with "goodies" from McDonald's. Additionally, Bill Ferguson, manager, and Paul GaraYalde, loan officer of the Exchange Bank have been recognized for the alacrity with which they arranged removal of graffiti which had been sprayed on one of their signs. The Committee and the community extend to these people our sincere thanks. David O. Matson, Chairman Cloverdale Pride Commi Local man praised for good works Dear Santa: I want to thank you for being such a caring, loving, compassion- ate young man. I understand you have been visiting the residents at manzanita almost every year since you were 17 years old, bringing a smile to their faces. Giving this special joy to the elderly is something we see very little of in the youth of today. When I watched you give up part of your Christmas day, and finding out that you rented your own suit this year really touched my heart. At 24-years-old you already have many stars in your crown. As families of these loved ones, we want to thank you. I was also told you ride around and visit children in their homes in your suit, how special to have Santa at their house. I heard your biggest wish is to own your very own Santa suit, but the whole suit is about $400. I don't have that to give you, but I am sending $25 in care of Santa to Colleen Prince, the activity director, to start a Santa fund to help fulfill Santa's wish. I hope others will feel the love that you show and help fulfill this need. May I be the first to say I appreciate you, knowing others will follow me. Thank you Santa. The family of a resident at Manzanita Donors to Family Service thanked Editor. (Editor's note: The following is a letter of thanks for a donation by .Redwood Empire, Pacific States Industries, Inc. employees and management to Cloverdale Family Service.) My appreciation and gratitude to Redwood Empire, P.S.I., Inc. employees and management, Roger Burch, owner and Nolan Schweikl, general manager, for the generosity shown in the dona- tions to the Cloverdale Family Service. Cash donations from employees totaled $812.25. These were matched by management for a total or $1624.50. In addition, sveral employees contributed gii certificastes from their holiday bonus packages for an additional $350 with which we purchased blankets and food for Family Service. My best wishes to all of you for a happy, healthy and prosperous 1997. Kate Connolly, Redwood Empire, Asti. Schools' Animal Shelter Drive a success Editor:. Our Jefferson and Washington School Animal Shelter Drive was a great success this year. My second grade class made special collection boxes for the project. We-collected 12 bags of food, 25 containers of dog biscuits and cat treats, 52 cans of food, 10 towels, six blankets, 25 cat toys, 10 dog toys, 10 packages of dog chews and also collars, leashes, brushes, shampoo and food dishes. We also managed $60 in money donations. I split the donations between the Healdsburg Animal Shelter (closest) and the Sonoma County Animal Shelter (The one Cloverdale contracts with.) There are many healthy and beautiful cats and dogs who await a home. Adopt from a shelter and always spay and neuter! Thank you to my class and all who participated from myself and the animals. Polly Frenaye-Hutcheson 2nd Grade, Rm 20 Jefferson School " :- ::S. =================================== ",:g x.:::%.,>.. . ,,"-::::..::>2::.':\>:::..:g '.:.'.:@:,5.'.:.',:-:.'3: v::<.'.\