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the Service Airman Richard Linder Richard Liuder has been |let vice for two years. In that time, he has won several endurance awards and was named Airman of the Month last October. He was deployed to Saudi Arabia in December, where he is a bom- bardment specialist - it&apos;s his job to load the bombs onto the aircraft. In a letter to his mom, JoAnn Wilson, two weeks ago, he said the one thing he missed most so far was milk. He's been having to drink camel's milk, which doesn't top his list of favorite food items! Richard attended Cloverdale High School in 1988, but graduated as student body president of a high school in Oakhurst, CA in ]989. Currendy, his sister Jody Linder is a senior at CHS, and his little brother, Jen'y "J J" Wilaofl is a 2nd grader at Jefferson. His mailing address can be found in the Military Mailbag on Pg. 4 of this week's Reveille. oolers will create a Floral Garden at Fair new and fun will be up next week for the of the Cloverdale Pre- co. will be creating a "junior for next week's This will be the first )'etths have had a garden offered at the Fair, and it prove fun for the pre- groups entexed in this at*the Fair had the to attend a workshop last Saturday. Cox gave a "hands-on" where the youths were learn about and try design- Thank you, Melissa, help! the garden will also fit a with the preschool's plan to replant the flower boxes at the school. So the preschoolers will have fun gardening at both the Fair and the school. Parents should watch for notices posted at the school for plants and materials needed for the junior garden exhibit. All the preschool students will, in some way, be able to help with the garden, either by helping to choose materials for the garden or planting or designing. The Preschool is also selling car- nlval ticket books These pre-sale books offer a substantial savings over   of buying ride ticke at the Fair. A few oWnings are currently available at the PreschooL Parents interested in learning more can call Sharon at 894-2203 for enroll- meat information. he Vine will be at Sonoma County Museum the Vine', the Son- Museum's 6th annual Wine Tasting, will be 15, from 5:30 to located at Street in downtown Santa ' '/he Museum is housed in d restored 1909 Old Post :  Federal Building for the tasting, a benefit Museum, are now available ditch  mailed rmu-miions for $16 Museum, $17 non-mnbers. "Romancing the Vine" includes unlimited tastings, souvenir wine glass, a raffle, refreshments and a door prize (overnight at The Gables, dinner for two at Mixx Food, Wine & Drink1. For more information and reser- vations, call the Sonoma County Musmnn at 579-1500. V 4 Let me call you Sweetheart/ ', o VALEg.,E'S DAY PEK February 10.16 at the Cloverdale FlowerShoppe  Lots of Specials! (order early for your Sweetheart/) N. Clove:dle Blvd. 894-2844 NES LUMBE -o weicomis our new neighbors in town and, of course, all our old friends. We have great prices for the experienced contractor and for the do-it-yourself homeowner on all of the following items: - Redwood fencing, decking & siding - Douglas fir framing lumber - Construction plywood - Plywood siding LI delivery is still FREE, or come out to see us at 31210 McCray Rd. 894-2989 IN STOCK IN STOCK February 6. 1991 Cloverdale Reveille Paee 3 0ame,,,a00is S.ow.fat t.,s.ears00 00<00/00og0000AplaceOIS00000000U00 go . Citrus Fair remains in doubt a way to grow! | By Susie Leach, Executive Director Chairman Morse says she is cushion to protect bloom ,_"J/ still in doubt about the Camellia Show at this year's Citrus Fair. "Some people have told me they won't have any blooms", she says. Othexs have indicated they may have a few Lois is asking people to call and let her know how their blooms look. "Then we can decide whether to go ahead with our plans for the Camellia Show", she states. Last weekend's rain really helped, but keep watering, she advises. If you haven't already disbudded, do so now. A reminder that there should only be one bud to a stem. Pick blooms with a one inch long stem and put on a flat box with cotton or If the show is a "go", it will be held on Sat., Feb. 16 in the Arts and Crafts Building. Participants are asked to bring their blooms that morning before 10 a.m. There will be persons available to help with names for those who do not know the name of their particular Camellia. No pre-regis- tration is necessary, but cards must be filled out in duplicate with names and addresses. Lois suggests anyone who would like some cards to fill out in advance let her know This saves time Saturday morning. Questions about the Camellia Show should be directed to Lois at 894-2335 Rain is coming to the Citrus Fair; and you might not even get wet! Rain doesn't always fall from the sky, and that fact will be proven by a group of very talented per- formers at this yeas Citrus Fair. With the help of "Rain: A Tribute to the Beatles', the Beatles' image of brilliance, originallity and talent will not soon fade. For the past 15 years, the Los Angeles based Rain has been the greatest Beatles tribute to ever grace the rock and roll scene. Following their break on the Dick Clark Inodnced "The Birth of the Beatles" in 1979, Rain's production of the f'flm soundirack strengthened their well-deserved reputation as the foremost Beafle-band in the world. Not only does this band per- form note-for-note perfect duplica- tion of the Beades' sound, but their image, look and stance evokes memories of the original band that leaves even the most die-hard Beatles fans awestruck. In 1980, Rain, in conjunction with the stars of the national hit Broad- way show, Beatlemania, joined forces and created the strongest, most authentic exciting live Beades tribute. This amazing tribute lacks the insipid nature of most imper- sonators, but rather encompasses the entirety of the Beaded era with respect. Rain covers the full diversity of the Beatles, from their beginnings on the Ed Sullivan Show, through their psychedelic Sgt. Pepper phase, and on to their "studio years". Never is the flavor of the Beatles lost. The music is precise, the cos- tumes and the lighting are top notch, and even the physical characteristics are reminiscent of the great English band that took America- and much of the world- by storm! Rain: A Tribute to the Beatles, will perform in concert at the Citrus Fair on Sunday evening, Feb. 18 at 4 p.m. and 7 p.m. in the auditorium. Admission to the show is free with paid admission to the Citrus Fair. There's an old Beafles tune that goes, "We'll get by with a little help from our friends..." For the Club to provide 650 mem- bers with daily programs and activi- ties which help them become re- sponsible citizens and productive adults, this tune couldn't be any closer to the truth. "We'll provide with a little help from our friends..." Some special friends and busi- nesses we wish to recognize and thank for their help include: *Copy Rite - thanks for the paper! *Cynthia Grant (Clothes Closet Projec 0 - The Club is accepting good used clothing to provide for children in need. Cynthia is respon- sible for organizing this project, as well as washing, mending, sorting and labeling clothing that is donated. *Mary Ann at Photo Lab - for her help with the Fine Art Exhibit. *Ken Collins & his Jazz Band - for providing great entertainment during the Fine Art Show. *Bob & Cary Fraser - for provid- ing the wine tasting and Josyln Hester for catering for the Exhibit. *Chet Breazeale, Sonoma County Nurseries and Modena Seed Com- pany - for their donations toward our youth garden project. *Valarie Holt & Nikki Johnson - for volunteer typing jobs (which are always needed yesterday!) *John Rainwater, Cloverdale Po- lice Officers Assn., and AI Delsid for financial support toward sending a staff member to a 3-day Youth Gang Prevention Workshop in Texas. *Wayne Humphrey, Bob & Clay Andersen, Dave Neat and Randy the Village Plumber - for plumbing and building maintenance projects. *Soroptimists - for making the whole thing possible and for our Citrus Fair ExhibiL *The many businesses and indi- viduals who recendy helped ith fi- nancial support, including Reuser, Inc.. Barnes Lumber, Marguerite & Alfred Hovsepian and our anony- mous friend. *To the volunteer Board of Direc- tors, our staff, and on going weekly volunteers, who give of their time, money, energies and love *And to all the people and busi- nesses who support the Boys & Girls Club of Clove,dale. Thank you! Especially at this Valentines Day, our hearts and thanks go out to you. Yes, we will continue to pro- vide for our young people...with a little help from our friends! Ben Bill slowed in walk to Cloverdale, B.C. by foot problems When Ben Bill left Cloverdale on New Years Day, to walk the 808 miles to C kerdale British Colum- bia, to raise funds for the Multiple Sclerosis Society, he had expected to complete the trip in 21 days. He didn't count on foot problems slowing him down! After spending a week or so at his sister's house in Oregon - where he dropped off a lot of the excess items in his pack - he's back on the road again, averaging about 27 miles per day. He called the Reveille Jan 30 to say he was almost to Florence, Ore- gon, and hadn't encounted any really bad weather along the way. Persons wanting to make a pledge to the MS Society in recognition of Ben's efforts can call 1-800-344- 4867. 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