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CLOVERDALE REVEILLE, CLOVERDALE, CALIFORNIA WEDNESDAY, FEB. 10, 2010 -- Page 7 Washington School Builders Club holds Charter Dinner On Wednesday, Jan. 27, the Washington Middle School Build- ers Club held their Charter Dinner. This was an historic event, com- memorating the beginning of what the club hopes will be years of ded- icated service to the community. The Builders Club is a student- led international organization, pro- viding its members with opportunities to perform service, build character and develop leader- ship. The club was co-sponsored by the Kiwanis Club of Cloverdale and the CHS Key Club. Kiwanis member Dennis Stead was the Master of Ceremonies for the evening. Zinful Chef Sean Thomas and David Ojeda, the Builders Club Ki- ' wanis Advisor, were the cooks, cre- ating a delicious chicken taco and Mexican food spread. About 150 people attended the event. Kiwanis President, Bob Leonard gave an inspirational speech and honored both the officers and mem- bers of the Builders Club. Builders Club Co-Presidents Amy Mora and Jacob Torres also spoke, giving a short history of the service projects and other activities that the club has undertaken since it began in Sep- tember 2009. Kiwanis Lt. Governor, Cathy Demattei installed the offic- ers into position. They are: Co-Pres- idents Amy Mora and Jacob Torres; Vice President Greg Scarametla; Secretary Claire Carter and Scrap- book Editor Amanda Lawson.. Key Club Co-Presidents Eric Perez and Gabi Ruiz spoke briefly and then unveiled the Builders Club Banner, to be hung in Room 18 at Washing- ton School. Kiwanis President Bob Leonard bestowed the Charter upon the group Also recognized were the two Faculty Advisors: Sean Geske and Julie Lawson, who have been vitally involved in making sure that the Builders Club program is oper- ating as a success. It was a fun-filled and exciting evening for the Builders Club. Clo- verdale can be assured that the Builders Clubbers intend to contin- ue what they have started, and be- come an active force of service in the community. - Sue Cummins 1"he Builders Clubbers proudly unveil their club banner at the Builders Club Charter Dinner. The banner will be permanently displayed in Julie Lawson's classroom at Washington School. Julie and Sean Geske are the Faculty Advisors for the club. Healdsburg Community Band annual"Pops Concert"Feb. 21 The Heaidsburg Community Band brings its 2010 "Winter Pops Concert" to the Healdsburg Com- munity Church, 1100 University St., on Feb. 21, at a 3 p.m. matinee. The band has worked up a toe- tapping collection of show-tunes by Oscar Hammerstein, George and Ira Gershwin, and Richard Rodg- ers. Highlights from "Oklahoma," "South Pacific," "Carousel," "The King and I," "Porgy and Bess," and "The Sound of Music," with many arrangements by Warren Barker, will warm even the chilliest mid- winter blues. With the retirement of Lew Sbra- na, the band is proud to showcase two of its newest conductor, Beth Ann Turner, and new Music Direc- tor, Gary Young. Ms. Turner and Mr. Young are putting their own special touches on arrangements that have entertained America, and the world, for generations. Admission to the show is $10. Tickets may be purchased from band members and at Copperfield's Books, on the Plaza, in Healdsburg. The Healdsburg Community Band, now in its 28th season as Healdsburg's town band, is open to virtually all levels of musicians Rehearsals are held on Tuesday nights at Healdsburg High School. Anybody who enjoys playing mu- sic in a friendly, supportive venue is invited to join in. For further information please call Jim DeMartini at 894-5000. Jacob 1"orres, Washington Middle School Builders Club Co-President, along with Amy Mora, in the background, shared information about the Builders Club at the recent Charter Dinner held to honor this brand-new student-led club dedicated to providing service to the community. Vanessa Abrego from the Washington Middle School Builders Club, along with 18 other students, diligently asks diners if they want something else to drink. Between the ticket sales, a silent auction and a 50/50 money pot, the Builders Club raised $1200 the evening oftheir Charter Dinner. Much of the money raised ' will be turned right back into the community in service to those in need! Geyserville kindergarten roundup Wednesday, Feb. 24, 2010 is the official date for Kindergarten regis- tration for the 2010-2011 school year at Geyserville Elementary School. It would be very helpful to have all new Kindergarten students register on or before that date. On Wednesday, Feb. 24, 2010 Geyserville Elementary School will be hosting Kindergarten Registra- tion and Orientation Day from 2 to 3 p.m. At the time of registration, par- ents must bring with them the fol- lowing documents: The child's Birth Certificate with raised seal from the County. (Child must turn 5 yrs. old on or before Dec. 2, 2010.) The child's Immunization Card with month, day and year of each immunization. Proof of a Dental Examination. We can't wait to meet you on Wednesday, Feb. 24, 2010! -Joyce Villarreal The greatest asset of a man, a business or a nation is faith. Thomas J. Watson Sh 0 p in.~ t0wnIif/ Supp0ffll i SUPPOrt Clwer&le! ........ fine women's footwear and gifts in/Historic Downtown Ukiah FALL & WINTER SA - ii lii iiiii 15-70% OFF SELECTED STYLES FROM ALL YOUR FAVORITE BRANDS 120 B West Standley Street 463-6933 Open till 7 pm on Thursdaysl Builders Club member Josh Holden pours out picante sauce into small serving cups. The meal at the Charter Dinner for the Builders Club had a Mexican food theme. Chef Sean 1"homas and Builders Club Kiwanis Advisor David Ojeda prepared the delicious meal. ST. PETER'S PARISH Chicken & Spaghetti Saturday, Feb. 13, 5 to 8 p.m. at St. Peter's Reali Hall, 491 S. Franklin St., Cloverdale Adults $12 Children (under12) $6 Tickets available at the Parish Office, Cloverdale Pharmacy and Cloverdale Food Center. For more info 894-2535. !iiiii!~~ %iiii iiiiiii i ~ '~'' Northern Carpet Care Reveille Special! Ask about our Expert Tile Cleaning Specials! Additional Services: Carpet & fabric protection Pet odors removed Water damage Car interiors Area rug cleaning Commercial rates available SOFA- s75" LOVESEAT - s65* CHAIR s50 Call 707 857-3237 For A Free Estimate