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00olunteers I Lonored Commendations % ;eePage 3 , .' Seebelow. Published weekly since 1879 1879 Hoag & Sons 127 Railroad Sprit@port MI 49264 118 years of serving the community Verdale, Sonoma County, CA February 5, 1997 VoL CXVIH, Issue 6 /7- lrl I I' I IIII . I   i ..... __ I 00?Ieet the '97 C00it"us Fair Quee00a can00 ia 35 Cents Nichoiaus April Pack Gina Perrault Christina Porto Sequoia Medina Corrlne Theile ix vie for Citrus Fair Queen crown at pageant Feb. 14 ..........  Year's Citrus Fair Queen Jennifer plans on attending a logue at the pageant--First and theater and also plays the and Lourdes Medina. She enjoys Extracurricular activities in- naPellegriniwillcrownher junior college and then transfer- Date" by Peg Kehn. piano. She will perform an ex- .reading, writing, basketball, and lude community service and essor in the Citrus Fair ring to a four year college. She Gina Marie Perrault, a 17 cerpt from the play '3Vorking" running. Extracurricular activ-, modeling. She is president of  Pageant Friday, Feb. 14 will study journalism or commu- year old senior, has lived in Clo- by Studs Trekel. ities she is involved in include Junior State of America and an Vl. in the main auditori- nications. Jenniferconsidersher verdale for fiveyears. She works Christina Marie Porto, a 17 track, student government, and Assembly Representative. .......... ntestants will be judged outgoing personality andfriend- at the Cloverdale AnimalHospi- year old senior has lived in Clo- the Interact Club at the high Corinne plans to study overseas - ULe_ t, speech, poise, person- liness as her best qualities. She tal taking care of the animals verdale for 14+years. Her moth- school. Sequoia is the Senior next year and later attend Bos- !I ', ueaUt and interviewsheld will sing at the pageant. (feeding and walking them) an&..r is Cindy Bowen. She has one Class, President and the Interact ton University where she will ...,- er. TI contestant chosen .......... i_  Will receive a $1200 schol- April Pack, a 17 year old se- assisting Dr. Biery. ' "brother, Robert Porto Jr. Her Clubs secretary. She plans to study advertising, marketing ......... Her parents are Robert and hobbies include hiking, biking attendUCSantaBarbaraorSan and design. She feels her best ii!iil  and the first runner up nior, has lived in Cloverdale for Debbie Perrault Shehas abroth- and reading. She belongs to the Diego State to study nursing, or qualities are her open and oft- ii!| [.;aChoftheremainingcon- nine years. Her parents are Ri- er, Phil Perrault. Gina enjoys Interact Club and has a leader- perhapsstudytobecomeasocial doing.personal, ity. Shed,e, scri.bes iii] [-:s will receive $100 each. chard and Valerie Pack. She has spending time with her family ship role in Cloverdale High's worker She believes her onen herself as an extrovert with a !iii| r ifer Danielle Nick- one sister, Krystal Pack. and friends and loves to ride her Associated Student Body. 'mindedness to be her best qual- good sense of humor. :ii  a 17 year old senior at April enjoys writingpoetry and horses and rollerblade with her Christina plans to attend Chi- ity. Her artistic talents include Her artistic talents include [nas lived in Cloverdale for reading. She works at Breaking boyfriend, co State to study forensic medi- art and playing the flute. She dance, tap, and jazz. She plays  elYers. Her parents are New Ground as a coffee server, She is extremely active in the cine. She considers the fact she will give a dramatic interpreta- the piano a little and enjoys dra-  [_m .Kimball of Cloverdale She is the acting Student Coun- high school's advanced drama gets along eamly wth people as tion at the page.ant, ma, working on computers and l  "hkC'gxsu'rf'km" Fi!dzttfuaary Sbecrs" ZsSbFn:!LmtWtu :s:e !ing'beatdqu'll'tsy'm:ha ::PZ ThnC."u:C:dSescola, 'oP COCn:wil thp pda:y | " 'rri. "cular activities in- April plans to attend Ca] Poly, vice organization. Gina plans to Sequoia Summer Wright- has lived in Geyserville for 16 ,_ . ., .. : aYnu .g basketball for Clo- SanLuisObmpoandstudyjour- attend California State Univer- Medina, a 17 year old senior years. She is the daughter ofJim 00nloy rne cirrus ii!| -e High School (three nalism. She believes her best sity at Monterey and study ma- has lived in Cloverdale for 17 and Christine Theile. Corinne - *, , ..... _ i] f;and coaching basketball qualities are her friendly atti- rine biology. She believes her years. She works for James F. works at Nordstroms in Corte I-air (.uil  |'nstian Youth Organiza- tude and ability to make eoole best aualities are her ouoing DeMartini as a clerk, and at the Madera as a fashion board mem- |  three years. She'sb- eena laugh Her art-lstic talents in - attitude, and the fact she works Hi-Fi Drive-in as a waitress, and ber. Her hobbies include horse pageant on Friday  wo :: Yea .... i u, /-r I ,v ,i I i. [er of school government clude "writing poetry and short well with people also at DG Wright Ent. back riding, dance, hiking and [,h qA 7,Q/3 r m ' Jordan Commission to ' named hold study session to PC Cloverdale's Planning Corn-reations, level of review, and mission will meet tonight use of city-owned properties. (Wednesday) for a study session The Commission meets at 6:30 Alternate Bob Jordan will covering a proposed city ordi- p.m. in council chambers, City now serve on the Planning nance and/or policy statement Hall, 124 N. Cloverdale Blvd. Commission filling the vacan- on the location and design of cy created by the resignation Bob Jordan, who had served as telecommunication facilities hs is shown with Mayor Tom Slnk, left, who is presenting of Tom Hinrichs. alternate for the past six months, here. Fire Directors '' City Council Proclamation recognidng his many years of has now been appointed to the _ the community as a membe, and often chairman of the . The City Council has select,- Planning Commission replacing According to Planning Direc- meet Feb. 10 ['.9Commission. Hindchs is executive director of the ltealth edfovmerPlannerJimRomain Tom Hlndchs who recently re- tor Joe Heckel, the demand for a,,Stt that opera4es tim local emergency medial and mira- the alternate commission- lnl. wireless telecommunication ser- as vices by the general public and DirectorsoftheCloverdaleFire | "vce. er. business community, particular- Protection District will meet Jordan has served on the dy cellular phones and paging Monday, Feb. 10 in the Sciaini Commision for the past six systems, is increasing at a star- Building, 138 S Cloverdale BlvL months. He has had extensive fling pace. to take up a varied agenda. experience in management and He notes there were more than The Board has scheduled a program operations, is bi-lin- 9.6 million new subscribers to closed session to consider the gual in English and Spanish wireless communication facili- City's offer of a transfer ofprop-  : and is assistant chief of opera- ties in the United States in 1995 erty taxes in the amount of $67, tions for the California Hu- a 40% increase from the previ- 500 over the next seven years. man Development Corp. in ous year, a trend that is expect- In other business the Board: Santa Rosa. ed to continue, will issue a proclamation to Will also emergency response agen- Jopson, owner of Ace Hardware, Romain has served two pre- cies are becoming increasingly for his assistance to the Fire vious terms on the Commie iependent upon wireless corn- Department during recent win- sion. He was involved in the munication, ter storms; will consider an ordi- development of the 1992 Gen- Jim Immin has returned to the The new Telecommunication nance establishing a revised fee eral Plan, the Downtown Pre- Plannin Commlselon to serve Act of1996 addresses loealjuirs- schedule to provide for cost re- cise Plan and other projects asaiternate. Hewasamemberof dictions' authority in reewing covery from public agencies and ,SlnkpruentsPhytllsSchmidtw#ha Proclamation from duringhis tenure. He leR the the Commission during the de- wireless communication facili- outside users ofdistrict services, recognlzlng her many years of voitmteer service to Commissionfouryearsagoand velopment of the 1992 Genecal ties. The proposed ordinance and willbe asked to authorize Phyllla recently retired after operating the Clover- decided to apply once more as Plan and the Downtown PreciN will cover many areas of con- transfer of funds to an appara- for 19 years, he now has the time-to serve. Plan. cern, such as, visual impacts, tus and building fund accounts.