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g Co-op members pictured above with their English teachers are (l-r) Carmen Gonzales, Irma Figueroa, Yolanda Valencia, Adela Virginia lngham, Eliza Flares, Sheryl Sato and Otilia Lopez. use cleaning co-op offers to improve their lives Seven low-income Hispanic rnen "have organized a house co-op with the help of the Church of Cloverdale. This co-op is the third such com- mty economic development launched by a congregation at a result of their membership in Sonoma County Faith Based Project, a group of over congregations .in the county problems. members receive house-cleaning train- attend weekly English-langu- co-op meetings, and marketing and other business =kills. United Church members Sh- eryl Sato and Virginia Ingham, both ESL teachers, donate their teach the classes. Rosemary has been a valuable volun- organizer for the co-op meet- Initial financial and material sup- has come from the United in Minis- grant monies and private aloha- tions. "We have appreciated the support we have received, especially from Pastor Gayle Waring of United Church and the other volunteers", said Otillia Lopez, one of the coop- erative members. "We only want a chance to work to improve our lives", said Eliza Flores, another member. Most members already have regular clients for whom they work, in private homes, institutions and businesses. The jobs cooperative charges $7 per hour. During the month of Janu- ary, every new customer will be treated to one hour of free house- cleaning. The ladies also have custom made-to-order Pinatas for sale. Be sure to ask about them. If you would like more informa- tion, or would like to hire a coopera- tive member to clean your home or business after the holidays, please call 894-2311 and leave a message. Your call will be returned! Dog Obedience Classes In Cloverdale Every Tuesday beginning January15 for 8 weeks 7-8pm $45 Information & Registration Call Ann Atkinson Days 894-3630 Eves. 894-3183 In an effort to recognize the posi- tive efforts of more students, Wash- ington School will now chose Stu- dents of the Week instead of Stu- dents of the Month. Washington Elementary School Students of the Week of Dec. 17-21 wclr: 4th Graders JUSTIN CARSTENS - Rm 1 Justin is always well behaved. He gets along with everyone and is al- ways helpful. KEVIN COOKMAN - Rm. 2 Kevin is a conscientious student. He is always willing to join in and contribute to discussions. He is a good friend to the rest of his class- mates. Kevin is enthusiastic about P.E. and enjoys all sports. JORDON JACKSON - Rm. 3 Jordan is an outstanding helper. After finishing her assignments, she becomes an assistant to other stu- dents. When messy projects are completed, she helps clean up with a smile on her face. KEN JOHNSON - Rm. 4 Ken is friendly, helpfu! and tries hard in class. He is an asset to the school. 5th Grade GEORGE PARMENTER Rm. 2A George comes to Washington School from Willits. He has adjusted well, made many new friends and is a good worker. LALITA PARANATANTIRI Rm. 5 Lalita may be small in size, but everything else about her is very big. She is helpful to others and doesn't say unkind things about them. She can be counted on to do her work well. She is a super person. BLANCA MACIEL - Rm. 6 Blanca works hard and is a good citizen. She is courteous, polite and considerate of the feelings of others. TAMARA SERRANO - Rm. 7 Tamara is an outstanding student and citizen. She is always willing to help other students. She is a very good worker and does her best in all her school work. DAVID WEIGHT - Rm. 8 David always shows patience and tolerance to his teacher and fellow students. He works hard, is kind to all, and is true to himself by always telling the truth. Pianists to perform in "Largely Ludwig" concert series "Largely Ludwig" is the title of a concert series which will be pre- sented by pianists Kirk Whipple and Marilyn Morales in association with Restaurant La Province. Several locally and internation- ally known artists will be presented in two "mostly Beethoven" events which will be held at The Friedman Center, 4676 Mayette Dr. on Sun., Jan. 6th, and Sun., Jan. 20th. Both shows will start at 3 p.m. Refresh- ments will be available at intermis- Red Cross needs 4-ply washable yarn The American Red Cross needs your left over four ply washable yarn. Their knitting group crocheted and knitted 400 skeins of yam this season and delivered over 100 lap robes, foot warmers and shawls to shut:ins and convalescent hospital residents in San]a Rosa, Healdsburg and Petaluma. If you can help, please contact Joni Gerwig at 577-7600, or bring the yam to the American Red Cross at 465 Tesconi Circle in Santa Rosa. 1 I st 1 BABY CONTEST Jared M00hael Beavers Cloverdale's 1st Baby of 1990 Who will be Cloverdale's 1st BABY of 1991? The lucky baby (and his or her parents!) will win a number of nice gifts from local merchants. In addi- tion, the family will be invited to ride in the 1991 Citrus Fair Parade! Family must reside in Cloverdale CLOVERDALE VOLUNTEER FIRE DEPT. Smoke Detector DR. JOHN SPENST Well Baby Check-up CLOVERDALE FOOD CENTER 2 of Norm's Special Steaks and a Bottle of Wine WEBB'S FASHIONS $10 Gift Certificate PAPA'S PIZZA CAFE 1 Large Pizza CLOVERDALE FLOWER SHOPPE $10 Gift Certificate CLOVERDALE NURSERY & HALLMARK Stuffed Animal SCIAINI ACE HARDWARE Portable Stroller PENNY FAIR MARKET Disposable Diapers CLOVER SUPER MARKET Disposable Diapers THE GRAND KIDS $10 Gift Certificate MR. MOM'S TOYS Colorful Wind Sock FLEUR DE MAI BOUTIQUE $10 Gift Certificate CLOVERDALE COFFEE & ICE CREAM CO. QuJche CLOVERDALE CITRUS FAIR 2 - 1 Day Adult Passes PHOTO LAB 1 Roll Free Film Developing SETH'S OFFICE'SUPPLY Photo Album CLOVERDALE REVEILLE 1 Year Subscription New Parents: Call the ReveUle's "Baby Hotline" at 894-3339 sion. After the concerts Restaurant La Province is offering a special dinner package to concert goers. Tickets for the "Largely Ludwig" festival are $10 per person or $15 per couple, general admission, and $8 per person or $12 per person student admission. Restaurant La Province is offering dinner for two, including one com- plimentary glass of wine per person and two concert tickets for $50. Tickets may be purchased in ad- vance at a number of location. Ticket prices at the door will be $1 per person and $1.50 per couple higher. Group discounts are avail- able. For further information, please call (707) 579-1570. For dinner res- ervations, please call La Province at (707) 526-6233. (Your Town) .lanuary 2. 1991 Cloverdale Reveille Page 3 Video Corner Santa? Barbara Camara of the Video Comer presented a box of goodies to Pete Kellerman, Activities Specialist at Clear Water Ranch the Friday before Christmas. Barbara and one of her distributors, Commtron, teamed up to fill a box for the children with videos, Roger Rabbit pencils, Disneyland plastic I.D. tags, T-shirts, coloring books, foam rubber frisbees and little storybooks. 1.990 Cont'd. from Pg. 2 one of those chosen for county's first traveling art exhibiL Kirkess Flooring and Interiors opened for business. Caltrans engineer Richard Gieg- ling reviewed the status of the By- pass Project during a City Council meeting noting that the plans have been submitted to Sacramento for review. School Board approves regular program of manual weed control, using parent and community volun- teers, in lieu of the chemical herbi- cide R0und-u p, which had been NATIONAL HOME APPLIANCE the center of controvery for several years. JULY July 4th began with a flag raising ceremony and pancake breakfast at the Boys & Girls Club. The tlagpole was donated by the American Le- gion Post #293. Cloverdale Pharmacy opened for business. A fire in an empty warehouse at the Louisiana Pacific Remanufactur- ing Plant on Asfi Rd., which caused an estimated $200-$300,000 dam- age, was believed to have been accidentally sparked by a forklift. Teen After Hours began at the Boys & Girls Club. CHS drama student, Jason Spel- bring, was accepted to participate in Shakespeare Summer Seminar in Ashland, Oregon. ' Coned:to e :o FINANCING 'lit April on any SearsCharge purchase of $200 or more. 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