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Pae 2 Cloverdale Reveille .lanuarv 30.. 1991 Mary Pellegini received roses in appreciation of her work in putting the art show together. Art Show displays work of community's young artists The Boys & Girls Club Fine Art Crider, Liane Pellegrini, Jillian Bur- Show, held last Saturday night at the Club, featured members' art work completed during the last two years. The free arts program is part of the Cultural Enrichment Services at the Club. The purpose of the program, said Executive Director Susie Leach, is to encourage creative expression among members, ages 5-18. Under the direction of Mary Pelle- gini, members are instructed in a variety of media and continually encouraged to participate in many different projects. Members learn appreciation and value of visual arts. "3"he Fine Art Show is an exhibit to recognize the achievements of our members and given them a sense of accomplishment," said Susie. "The exhibit reflects many differ- ent instructional projects Mary pro- vide, s, including oil painting, acryl- its, watercolors, collage, sculpture, print making, pasel and drawing. The young people featured this year are Tony Stowe, Gianina Pelle- grini, Joey Daly, Katie McNulty, Amy Gates, Kyle McBride, Heather Tennison, Travis Eastburn, Trish Whitaker, Sonja Lopez, Charmaine decki, Sarah Hestet, Alison Bur- decki, Wendy Hall, Aaron Davis, Joe Woolen, April Rarer, Shannon Breci, John Paul Prentiss, Elizabeth Anne Jewett, Christina Magiston, Theresa Ditslear, Jenna Connolly, Cadi Mazzanti, Letlcia Flores, Gabael Gtanado. Non members participating are Shannon Vatalero, Brian Johnson and Tina Cames. The Young Artists Fine Arts Show is part of a national Boys & Girls Club of America program. "Several of our members' art work will be selected to advance in competition to a regional show - this year in San Francisco - and per- haps to be chosen to appear as part of a national traveling exhibit by Boys & Girls Club members across America," notes Susie. The National program is spon- sored by the Epstein Foundation. Local volunteers help Iclect the works which will continue in com- petition. This year's judges were Delma Hathaway, Cindy Bogner, Nancy Herman and Barbara Schmitz. The 1991 Young Artist Fine Art Show is sponsored locally by the Sonoma County Foundation. ILLUSIONS HAIR DESIGN * HAIRCUTS * WAXING * PERMS * MANICURES * COLOn * PEDICURES 894-2837 45 Cherry Creek Rd. .ppts. alsoav00able) I SUPPORT GROUP MEETINGS Offered By Copper Towers Family Health Center with John Spenst, M. D. & Terrie Spenst, RN, C.EN.R & Cloverdale Counseling Center with Reinhold (Ran) Meister, Ph.D. GROUPS OFFERED Family & Parenting Group * Medical Illness Support Group Stress Reduction & Re|ation Techniques * Issues of Aging (65+) i To reserve space and set up an appointment, call Terrie Spenst, RN, FNP 240 N. Cloverdale Blvd. 894-4229 Cloverdale Area 0000Directory Oat Valley Baptist Church 894-2998 Chu:h of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints 894-2951 Parkslde Christian Chapel 894-2893 St. Peter's Catholic Church 894-2535 or 433-5536 Neighborhood Church , 894-3445 First Baptist Church 894-3274 United Church of Cloverdale 894-2039 Cioverdale Open Bible Ch jrch 894-2210 or 544-0485 Episcopal Church of the Good Shepherd 894-2393 Grace Lutheran Church 894-2330 Seventh-day Adventist Church 894-4989 Church of Christ 894-3452 Gary R. Temp,'eman, l .... D.D.S. 118 East Second Street Cloverdale, CA 95425 894-2.514 REDWOOD SMORGETTE 504 N. Cloverdm Blvd. 894-2642 CLOSED TUESDAYS LOUIE & JOYCE VICTORIA Pvt. Christopher B ranscum Pvt. Christopher J. Branscum has completed basic training at Fort Leonard Wood, Mo. During the training, students received instruction in drill and cere- monies, weapons, map reading, tactics, military courtesy, military justice, f'urst aid, and Army history and traditions. Pvt. Branscum is the son of Sandra L. and Raleigh E. Dow of Cloverdale. Sgt. Julie McLaud Sgt. Julie P. McLaud, is currenfly serving with the United States Air Force in Saudi Arabia. Julie is the daughter of former Cloverdale residents Ted and Vir- ginia Smalley. She grew up in Clo- verdale, attending Jefferson and Washington Schools and graduating from Cloverdale High School. She is the niece of Don and Betty Smalley and granddaughter of AI and Verna Bishop, all of Cloverdale. Her mailing address can he found on Pg. 7 of today's Reveille. Students toured Europe without leaving Cloverdale It has been a great week at Jeff- erson Farm. Many dogs and cats have been present in the class- rooms. Fortunately, none of them have come at the same time! Some exciting news is that Jeffer- son and Washington School parents and friends have saved enough receipts to win a computer. The stu- dents are hoping for another com- puter by the end of the program in April. If you or any of your friends shop at Safeway, please bring the receipts to one of the two schools. The second grade students were treated to a "switch day" to complete the study of European countries. The students gathered their suit- cases and traveled to several coun- tries in Europe. In Mr. Branscomb's room, the students learned about the Irish bagpipes and the dress of the Irish Gentlemen. Mr. Branseomb brought his son, who played the bagpipes and his daughter, who played the Irish drums. Mr. Branscomb, himself, dressed as an Irish Gentleman with a kilt and all the trimmings. The music was a real treat for the whole school. Mrs. Hutcheson presented pic- tures painted by Van Gogh. She discussed his art technique and, by using tempra paints mixed with powdered detergent, was able to produce a paint that was similar to oils. With this new media, the chil- dren proceeded to paint pots of beautiful flowers. Along the same line of art and the finer contributions to society, Mrs. Spina presented the facts and pic- tures of "gargoyles" or water spouts that protrude from many of the buildings in Europe. The children all made "gargoyles" from clay and took them to their classes. In Miss Peck's classroom, the chil- dren took at tour - via slides - of many interesting places in Europe. All the places have been visited by Miss Peck while on her leave. It was a great presentation of Euro- pean cities and culture. Coming from Mrs. Plumley's room were odoriferous scents of garlic and baking snails. Yes, the students were treated to French bread, snails and other delicacies of the European countries. It was a great day traveling through Europe, and it will remain a special memory for the students. Coming Events: Hansel andGre- tel - the school will attend a live presentation of Hansel and Gretel at the Luther Burbank Center. The bus transportation is being paid from the Safeway GranL Jan. 31 - Hug-a-Tree Presentation by the Sonoma County Sheriffs Dept., along with a presentation of their search and rescue dog. Feb. 5 - Jefferson Site Countil meets at 2:15 p.m. Feb. 6 - Jefferson Parent/Teacher Club meets at 2:15 p.m. Contributed by Dick Johnson Free seminar will explore the psychological effects of war The Psychological Effects of War is the topic of a free seminar open to the public this evening, Wed- nesday, Jan. 30, from 7 to 9 p.m. at CPC Redwood Hospital in Santa Rosa. Featured speakers will he Santa Rosa psychiatrist Donald Apostel, M.D., and Susan Hirshfield, doctoral candidate, with the Vietnam Veter- arts of California. Dr. Apostle's experience and expertise in general psychiatry includes treating individuals with post traumatic stress syndrome. CPC Redwoods Hospital is lo- cated at 1287 Fulton Road (one-half block south of Guerneville Road). For more information, call the hospi- tal at 578-4500. FREE Septic Inspection Reports whether you're buying or refinancing! Call today for details/ "Royal Flush" 894-5735 The Camp Fire kids pictured above would be more than happy eou a box (or two/) of their delicious candy. They are (front l-r) Whittaker, Theresa Ditslear, Leslie Tauser, Mattie Ford, Jessica Trisha Whittaker (back l-r) Karl Yaeger, Jose Zaragosa, Paul Ian Jones, Tyzer Evans and Allan Freitas February means it's time for Camp Fire Candy sales to February is the month for presi- dents' birthdays, valentines, Citrus Fair and Camp Fire Candy. During the entire month of Febru- ary, boys and girls in Cloverdale will be joining members across the country in offering their mint patties, almond roca and almond caramel clusters to friends and neighbors. The candy sells for $3 a box and includes a discount coupon for $2.50 on a Round Table pizza. CampFire's high quality programs for young people require the finan- cial resources to train volunteer lead- ers, recruit new members and sup- port facilities and program activities. For these reasons, Camp Fire Coun- cils rely on Candy Sale revenues to support a large portion of the court- cirs annual budgets. Selling in the tas may learning Camp Fire kids. sion making and time are just a few of the skills Camp Fire members in dale will be selling hoods and in front of Clover from Thursday, Jan. 31st Sunday, March 3rd. Camp Fire, is a national tion whose ance and responsible school age kids. Program and marion are available b Council Service Center at weekdays from 9 a.m. to 5 Parent's Corner By Dick Johnson The education of your children is very important to teacher. For this reason, the teachers are using time to the school curricula with the standards that the State Dept. Education have established for outstanding schools. ChangeS the curriculum may be made as well as finding that happening in Jefferson School is comparable to the Standards. Along with this survey, the teachers are new School Improvement Plan. In addition to using their time after school to plan for the day, work on curriculum and write new plans, the teachers also been busy assessing your child's progress in school. semester ended on Jan. 25th, and the repQrt on Jan. 30th. If you have any questions regarding report card, please call your child's teacher and discuss situation. The teachers' are always available to assist you. 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