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Pae 6 Cloverdale Reveille .lanuarv 30, 1991 Discussion series will focus American Legion Auxiliary on healing past family hurts Beginning Sunday, Feb. 3, at 6 p.m., First Baptist Church will be presenting a 6-part video/discussion series entitled "Healing Life's Losses in the Family". This inspiring video program fo- cuses on the most important issues that have to do with growing up in a family where there was emotional pain or stress. It has been described as a deeply healing experience for adult children of alcoholics, co-de- pendents or anyone else who seeks God's healing for past family hurts. Pastor Hedges Viccellio and Cyn- thia Bohnker, M.F.C.C.I, will facili- tate the series. There is not cost for any of these meetings, however an offering will be collected each night. For additional information please call 894-3274. A message of hope will be offered at Nenghborhood Church By Pastor Carl Measell A pickup truck is frequently parked at the Post Office. It's license plate is, 1 Thes 4. Some who see the truck may wonder what the license plate means. To me it says "There is Hope in A World of War." The peace activists demonstrate hoping their activities will bring an end to this war. The prayer vigil stands silently on the street with burning candies hoping that God will intervene and bring an end of the war. The military persons goes into battle hoping their sacrifice will preserve peace on the earth. To- gether they hope that a peace that has eluded man for 6000 years of human history will finally be achieved. God offers us hope. In the New Testament, 1 Thessalonians is a book of hope. At the Neighbor- hood Church, 28 Tarman Dr., a series of messages on Sunday morning at 11 a.m., on the subject, "There is Hope In a World at War". All are welcome to attend. Parkside Chapel welcomes internationally known evangelist Rev. Ron George, formerly a top business executive, as well as a Pastor, Teacher and internationally known evangelist, will be speaking in Parkside Christian Chapel begin- ning Sun., Feb. 3 in the 11 a.m. service, again in the 6 p.m. service, then at 7 p.m. both Monday and 'Tuesday, Feb. 4th and 5th. Rev. George declares that "them are answers in a world filled with confusion, hatred, sickness, fear, loneliness, depression, war, heart- ache and chemical dependency. The answer is found in a personal relationship with Jesus Christ." Pastor Richard Rilea and the con- gregation of Parkside Chapel extend to you their warmest invitation to join them in these three days of life-changing services here in Cloverdale. All seats are free. Parkside Christian Chapel is located at 553 West 2rid StreeL, directly across from the,Cloverdale City Park. (35) THE BIBLE SAYS... Of the Second Coming, Part 3 And then shall appear the sign of the Son of man in heaven; and then shall all the tribes of the earth mourn, and they shall see the Son of man coming in the clouds of heaven with power and great glory. And he shall send his angels with a  sound of a trumpet, and they shall gather together his elect from the four winds, from one end of heaven to the other. Matthew 24:30, 31 For as the lightning cometh out of the east, and shineth even unto the west; so shall also the coming of the Son of man be. Matthew 24:27 for the Lord himself shall descend from heaven with a shout, with the voice of the archangel, and with the trump of God; and the dead in Christ shall rise first; then we which are alive and remain shall be caught up together with them to meet the Lord in the air, and so shall we ever be with the Lord. 1 Thessalonians4:16, 17. And, behold, I come quickly; and my reward is with me, to give every his work shall be. Rev. 22:12 H.O. Collier HI Paid Announcement Dena Gambctta This week, William -Rssell gressionally chartered but are not a I:edford Unit #293, Americafte- part of our government and receive gion Auxiliary, was again honore by the Citrus Fair Committee, and were asked to present colors on the opening night of the Fair at 7:30 p.m. Claudia Reck will be in charge and will contact all the team who have offered to participate about he details. Jearl Walls is in charge of the flags and standards, and we thank her for her time and effort for this worthy cause. Lou Thompson has been very busy all week making yellow ribbons and passing them out to anyone needing one to show our boys and girls in the service that we support them. If you would like to have a yellow ribbon to wear, contact Lou. Also, this past week, this writer has been deluged by telephone calls asking where an American flag could be procured, as all stores in Santa Rosa were sold out. Please contact me about a flag if you want one, and we will see what we can do for you. We received a bulletin from the National Security asking us all to support our troops in the Middle East by tying red, white and blue ribbons on trees, automobile anten- nas, fences, etc.; send cards and let- ters to members of our armed forces. Congress has passed a bill elimi- nating the need of our military in Saudi Arabia to use postage when writing home, so you don't have to send stamps when writing to the military. We were particularly asked to support the use, as they are con- no federal funding. If you would like to donate to this fund, send to the auxiliary and they will send to the proper authorities. President Bush has a goal that we plant one million trees a year in order to keep America safe and beautiful. Some of the bits of information in this month's Legislative Bulletin include: only 36% of the nation's eligible voters showed up at the November polls; the American Le- gion will continue to urge Congress to pass a constitutional amendment to protect the flag; the 101st Con- gress increased legal immigrants from 500,000 per year to 700,000; to grant citizenship to the Filipino vet- eran who served in U.S. Armed Forces during WWII; continued support of the Head Start Program for our children, which is cele- brating its 25th year;, support Juve- nile Justice and Delinquency Pre- vention and to provide funds for Veterans Employment and Training Programs. The Legion has a program called "1 Want to Read". In the adult world, there are 10-15% who can't read or read well. With this program, as many as 20 people can learn to read each year in our own community. If you are interested, contact Werner Wolf, 9102 Park SL, Bellflower, CA 90706, or call 1-800-633-8444 for information. Did you know that the Merchant Marine is the oldest service in the United States, founded in 1776 and served in all wars. Next meeting is Feb. 13. Senior Wellness presentation at Senior Multi-Purpose Center Senior Wellness: Wellness Skills for Better Living, will be the topic of a presentation at the Cloverdale Senior Multi-Purpose Center on Wednesday, Feb. 6, from 1-2 p.m. The program has been devel- oped, and will be presented, by Jim Polidora, Ph.D, founding Director, AVIVA! Wellness Institute, Healds- burg. With the growing interest in Sen- ior Wellness comes the realization that more than physical exercise and good diet are need to main- tain full well-being. In this free inroductory lecture, Dr. Polidara will describe his AVIVA! System of Wellness Educa- tion for basically healthy seniors and introduce you to basic methods of promoting mind-hody wellness. Jim Palidora, Ph.D. was a popular faculty member of the UC Davis Medical School for 16 years (1968- 84). His original, practical methods of Mind-Body Wellness Education are widely taught by the thousands of medical students and health and human service professionals he has trained. After twenty years in Davis, he and his wife, Rosanne, now live and conduct their businesses in Healds- burg. Finally - Affordable, Cost-Effective Hospital Insurance for Self-Employed Individuals Underwritten by PFL Life Insurance Company ***DON'T DELAY...CALL TODAY! *** Anne Picchi 707-546-2663 Cloverdale 's Newest Citizen + I I :iii l : ::.:.: i?r:??;: MitchellRyan Delfino Mitchell Ryan Delfino was born at Santa Rosa's Community on Sunday, January 13 to Charlie and Debbi Delfino. He a sturdy 9 lbs., 2 oz., and measured 21-3/4" tall. He was welcomed home by his (super) proud grandparents Ed Crayford of Yorkville and Morris and Cay Lovato well as his great-grandparents, Jim and Betty Delfino, of Aunt Karen Lovato and Aunt Amy Lovato of Cloverdale, and and Uncle Karl & Mike Finck of Davis. 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