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January 9, 1980     Cloverdale Reveille
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January 9, 1980

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Wednesday, January 9, 1980- Page 3 re entry program Bridge " , Winners lobe held January 21st - At the first meeting in the ,' , new year, the Duplicate !! i " Bridge Club had 22 members • :lu"ary 21 from 9-4 the encouraged to bring lhew fucused .n women, men are • iHe-entry Program. (,wn lunch and remain at the encouraged to attend a so .... 1I ...... present. /'enter and the Work w.rkshop as the inforn'ation The conference may be ' " The following partners • .nce Program are tabes wdl be set up and partmulariv useful to nen places: 1st - Bette Murphy- :ing the Women's agency representatives wilt aud w,,men considering a [  Margaret Weaver  ional Options be a,.;ailable for quesuons career chage because (,f "" 2rid Lucille Sink-Dave , %: iP. The workshop unhappiness with their Strong !'lt; on local agencies Other agencies that will presenl career or because of * 3rd Marie Hill-Joanne se trade-technical have information tables are a j,,b tay-,fff , Argyres at SRJC. he Youth Employment People ()f all ages and -. ' 4lh - Jack Myers-George i ion will be from 9- Service of the Petaluma backgrounds are tnvJted , J.the cafeteria in the .. ˘ Hunter. People Services Center. the although lhe re-entry person D udentCenter: at this Vocational Rehabilitation ad lhe young person just 1 Deal agencies will be Program. he CETA cunsideririg a career wilt be .. latinformation tables Progranls. the Soc,aJ Ad- f,,cused ,,. ,hr,,gh,o, th # Hearing Tests anYtheirqUestionSDrograms.and voeale for Youths program, day  to be given Jan. 16 Ms. Ma@lynne research assistant at [tonal Program lion Inc. of Santa dll speak on the ira- of flexibility when a job search and of recognizing talents, worth, and the Flower of the Dragon. the f(iver Switchboard. and the Regional Occupational Program. If you are interested m allezJdmg the workshop please call the Re-entry Program and pre-register and ff you have an'," queslmns please call us at 527-4375. ,The conference zs during semester break so there will be plenty of parking In the afternoon par- ticipants wilt have a choice of attending one of three workshops. The workshops are time nanagement and goals identification by Ms. ('arol August• a grants- Idattl writer for the San Fran- I'rogramforDa ing this at 10:00. ciseo Community College ,'ill be presentations District: a discussion con- 9-930 Registration in dr! by area agencies cernmg survival in a working l)uyte Student (;enter• sing their programs world dondnated by men led 93o-10- Keynote address in .uirements. These by Ms Vickl Ross, Re-entry D,yie Sludent Center .... les include Workin )t me j, ,,, g Program Assistant and a Marylynne Slaven• AssoC.' women in Transition career search workshop led 10-1(130 Panel I'resen de c It'WCA. the CETA pre- by Ms Linda Slanley. Career Jaion by Agenmes in Doyle real program at SILIC, Center Coordinator. Sudenl ('enter. It County Personnel The rest of the afternoon 11 30-12:30 Lunch [or" mentD . California prograrn wilt consist of a tour Agencies_ available al in- t when evelopment Cor- .f the new trade-lechnical forlnalion lables. . An, and the California facilities al SRJC, The tour, 12::')-1 30 - W.rkshops: e tOrpYment Development .rganized by Mr. tlenry Tune Management Carol These agencies Gronroos of the Work Ex- Augusl: Survival ira a Man's have information perience Program, will in- W.rld- Vicki Ross: Career up. clude guides who have .'arch - IAnda Stanley. presentations themselves completed 1:45-4 Tour of Trade- be an hour for training at the school. Technical Facilities - Henry Participants are While the program is (;ronrors Batteries can send a student to Vienna Cli)verdale Auto Parts owner, AI Menicucci. asks everyone to turn in their old car and truck batteries to him. They have a value that could send a student to Vienna All monies collected by him through the drive for old batteries will be put into the Cloverdale High School Band Fund It will remain the band's money, regar- dlPss ' Before the Band Fund started AI had on hand about $100 worth of these old bat- teries. This money he will deposit to the Band's account, as a starter. Owner Richard Pelligrini and Manager Ray Cavagnaro of Pelligrini's Standard Chevron Station have offered their full co- operation in collecting bat- teries for this project. Fitness pioneers offer ski fitness class The YMCA has always been the leader in physical fitness training and is now rimary elec'ion dlines fast approaching Election Department. Before filing, candidates are advised. Lewis said, to verify relevent dates with the Election Department to make sure there have been no changes: Fur further m- formation on pre-Primary requirements and filing dates, contact the Sonoma County Election Department, R6om 10t-J. Hall of Justice. S,,noma County Ad- rninistration Center, 52'-2fi14. Silva harmacy " --A-- Next to the Post Office 894-5206 inllatiOn _ P Fighters VITAMIN 99 ˘ 500 mq. 100'S - Reg. 1.98 COLOR REPRINTS gh the Primary s still more than six away, some pre- deadlines for arc ,fast ap- according to plan to in lieu of paying the first day may be circulated is 28, 1979. Petitions available on that date Sonoma County DePartment. in lieu of filing and must be 6. 1980. All may file in lieu between tley ll and February 21, tary 27, 1980 is the first ndidates for state ve and judicial of- nay file declarations of . These declarations filed no later than trY 6, 0. ) kn°rnination period for tLandidates for the election is February . _gh March 7. All Llvill be available at the ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: belsical |lltmpics ed from page !ttained what others  have thought im ,a_Students in the • .'.,:. e High School Band 1 always worked for equipment. Mr. C., found a way and a ;,. Most people who entt m Cloverdale for ,-- P gth of time have t  their share of candles, _jand cards ,r :. been hard work but .ards are worth it. In d I ne short years of I .:?' an International =uon has recognized .. ,,,a ld Cloverdale, as some ,.rt trno horse, hick town, rnA . ee hundred student • ehool, for its 'stan RAN$1 of excellence" in  BANKS ACCEPTING .rmNs . 0 C CIoverdale BanKs, )Ulllita:  America, First ' and Financial tb. __ .:. Loan, win be  '-" (konations for the ,'dr,,the title "CH.S. letV event the goal is not "RCI. Ontributions may be .R2_ed if specified. rwse they will be left in --.-,ld for Band use. . ,gl=ary Phone numoer is A--la;e to try, We have to of cinditioning service with a local "Get Fit to Ski" course• The Sonoma County YMCA is offering a service of 16 "'Gel Fit to Ski" classes beginning January 15th. The classes will be held on Tuesday and Thursday evenings from 6:30- 7:00 p.m for 8 weeks. Rick Riehman, YMCA Physical Director said he is convinced most ski injuries are caused because city- dwelling skiers are generally not m proper, lysielfl Curl- .dillon. The course is designed to from your favodte color negatives. one size only SPECIAL Maal0x. ...... II ': i" I'':L -"- • - A Silva Saver I.  ! I"--._ i Best Buy ! ._ -I ,.. 149 t2  2.37 M 30 78 OS 5'0r69˘ gradually prepare recreational skiers for the coming season and is open to adults and high school age young people. The program is based on endurance lraining for conditioning the muscles used in skiing and instruction relating to simulated ski conditions. Mr'. Riehman said the YMCA recommends the course for anyone who plans o ski Ihis season. Advance registration is required and it may be made at the YMCA front office at till College Ave., Santa Rosa. Telephone information is available at M5-YMCA. 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