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Wednesday, January 16, 1980- Page 7 * * |a Washington School Reports +0000erican Lea,on Auxil_00.ry Washingtin School's Site Wed. 1-23 at Kennelworth Thurs. 2-7 vs Alia Mira Council met Tuesday, (Boys) there at 3:45 (Boys) there at 3:45 last Wednesday evening arestill not aware of this fine kinds+ and any phase of crisis Greenhaulgh, we of the January 8th, to discuss the Sat. 1-26atSt. Helena (Boys) Tues. 2-19 vaSt. Mary's (B & starting with our guest group, and what services it illnesses that one might have. Legionand Auxiliary are now school plan for consolidated there at 11:00 G) there at 3;15 speaker from Out Reach has to offer to the com- This program is funded 90 better informed, and can help programs, 1979-80. Since Tues. 1-29 at Pomolita (B & Wed. 2-20 vs. Pomolita (B & North, Jean Greenhaulgh. munity. Jean explained that percent by the state and 10 now that we know what Washington School is G) there at 3:00 G) here at 3:00 OutReach North deals with percent by the county. But services your group offers, receiving state funds for Wed. 1-30 Lucerne (Girls) Games not scheduled as OutReach North had-been many varied problems of since Proposition 13, the 10 Jean is a very dedicated program improvements in there at 2:30 yet, but to be added established in Cloverdale for people. For instance, she percent by the county has person, and has been in this math, reading, career Sat. 2-2 at St. Helena (Boys) Healdsburg Girls, Twin six years, and many people said, many people are upset been cut. Their staff now program since it was in- education and decision here at 11:00 Hills - Boys. at a loss of a loved one, a consists of two professionals stituted, making, our school is ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: divorce in the family, etc., and some volunteers. Their The Legion then offered to required to demonstrate E. ellA GAMBETrA s wi he.  Russell [,edford z.r ,toJJni t 293, American . _.s  ,merican Legion tnl _ held their firs: Prq'of the new year on 00!oo I pay'i istri A GAMBE'FrA r lo i kre Ill" ., nmle all of you had a " "- | healthy holiday! Jay everyone came tuol, and believe it !'ythi),ng went off SO SIII you d think there _,_ bo vacation, outside WOnt ha of th n ges ,,, me emssrooms were ' if all the Christmas and being upset emotionally main purposesarecontinuing send their monthly news these improvements. This Jeffers by yourself sometimes is care, follow up care, the letter to any of the women, week, a review committee -' -'cioveraoie -" ':00crLooJ Off difficult to deal with. But hospital, helping the who belonged to the auxiliary has assigned been to I they have cunselrs there chrnically ill' and they wrk wh did nt have husbands" Washingtn Schi bY the I h where you can go talk your closely with the school. She Thank you Legion so much. State Department of unc menu feelings out, and many times told of the new service now We were sorry that Joe Education. Our students are just talking to someone helps. Their goal is three things. Mostly treatment, continuing care and prevention. One out of ten people are emotionally effected in the United States, and one out of five are hospitalized for their disorders. OutReach North is open five days a week, and Jean commended the Cloverdale Police Department, because they cover the other hours in the week. She told of the various county services that are free, such as Alcohol Abuse, at the Orinda Center, drug abuse services of all ms, and every child i Christmas item d tten to tell about it and tell" There variety of things, L. stffed animals, to emv cars, one would u 1} were in a large Ld tiff the first grade y paY into Snoopy this FSFth each station mible o with -- .... . omnpy ; one .:mmren's favorite r characters. o balloon answers :EBOmived at Jefferson ' the e was found by the b to. on their place at th!ighway a way, and :ball  flivOed by Stirling " es about five m Occidental. .... ib _y!ay, 'eber C' o! the Wall Street acc Cpn the front oe )urt .r.tlele o=1 childrens eo pm the followin enmstry Sto,-i ,,- -= .o maUl'lee "Pen Strips * nooks o Their "--.'*:',' Ar tiee-writer Fears and Faw -,.--Youn" by .... - J_v..,P-re ' is one of p hoks and deals k '  hild's rage and is filled with pictures of scary monsters. So far, it has sold more than 700,000 hardback copies and another 1.8 million paperback copies in a scholastic magazine's book- club edition. Another copy, "In the Night Kitchen", has sold 170,000 copies. This is just a short idea what the book titles are. There are many others, and if you would like, stop by the school and read the whole article. This week we received our first District Bulletin Board paper, with a most in- teresting top called "What's Right With Education!" To give you but a short quote today; We are educating larger and larger numbers of students and the quality of education has not deminished." Items checked out of libraries are up from 2.5 per person to 4.4 per person in the last twenty-five years. Books and publications purchased are up from 6.8 per person to 8.6. Time spent reading on the job up from 104 minutes per day per person to 141 minutes per day per person. There is a higher literacy rate increase of high school graduates, and a larger college enrollment. If you would like to read this article in detail contact the school. Most interesting article. Thank you to the dedicated volunteers, who returned with the students to school to help them in their special way. This month has been designated as Community Month. There will be many interesting and varied things forthcoming! !to.n appointed sales 00,,nate of Century 21 l.aLes Ryan Masonic Lodge and in -t to announce community service He is A Sa t of G e..rge ..nfly serving as Pre- les Associate sioent of the Century Lions Verdale office. s been in the real d for the past three I has completed his am to sit for the ','state Brokers on later this year. e .the collnge level eo to qualify, at t ma regarding Real ! Pinanee, Law, :a, Ethics and . This continuing , neeemry for =rues sam)elates to t POssible service ents in all of their . traneUo. us very active in the Breakfast Club and will be installed as Master of the Curtis Masonic Lodge for 10. George has spent many years working in youth service activities for the community. Prior to moving to Cloverdale George was employed by an international auto parts manufacturer a# the regional salesmanager covering the eleven western states, Alaska and Hawaii. George invites all of his friends and clients to call him at his new location whenever they need expert professional help in any real estate transaction. being offered by the Episcopal churches of Cloverdale, Geyserville and Healdsburg, which is a Youth and Family Hotline, open twenty-four hours a day. She said there was another need, and that is to find out bow many shut-ins there are in the community, and to obtain a teh=phone com- mittee, who would be responsible for calling these shut-ins daily and those who live alone at a certain time to find out if they are ok or if they needed something special. Thank you very much Jean Anello, Commander, was not present due to illness. Hope you are feeling better real soon. There are many other programs discussed too lenghty to put in this week's colunm about the meeting so wilt continue next week. Anyone who has a brother, husband, father, son or grandfather, who has served in any of the wars are eligible to )oin our auxiliary. This is a service organization, and it is only through giving do we really receive. Do something for someone. Yoou'il feel better! receiving grades for their work. Our teachers are receiving gold stars for theirs ! The next Site Council meeting is Tuesday, February 5th. All par- ticipants are to bring ideas for improving home - school communications. Here is the Cloverdale Jr. High basketball schedule for 79-80 year: Monday, Jan. 21 Enchiladas w-Sauce Carrot Stix" Green Beans Sliced Pears Corn Bread  Pint Milk Tuesday, Jan. 22 Pizza Tossed Salad Corn Chocolate Cake  Pint Milk Fri. 1-18at St. Mary's (B & G) here at 3:30 Wednesday, Jan. 23 Tues. 1-22 at Twin Hills Burrito (Boys) here at 4"00 Cole Slaw Apple Crisp French Bread .z Pint Milk Thursday, Jan. 24 Hamburger on a Bun Relishes Stuffed Celery Candied Carrots Fruit Cup w-Prunes *-, Pint Milk Friday, Jan. 25 Fish Sticks w-Lemon Parsley Potatoes Hot Buttery Spinach Peanut Butter Sandwich Jello 'z Pint Milk i iiil rufam/a,s JANUARY 2::2 iili CO,FO. .,.C.ro ii I\\;  k TOP | [Pants :::: I\\; W/ KNEE-HI / ::: .... J Pu,-on erotic wamt, iii; ii:ii I assortment of colors. :':' :':"  [ S :::: ave $1.00 i::::i :.:. 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