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.A._ Page 6, Cloverdale Revelfle, February 12, 1997 Cloverdale women entered in Miss Sonoma County Program When the curtain rises on Sat- urday evening, Feb. 15 at the Spreckels Theatre in Rohnert Park, Cloverdale, will be well represented. It will mark the 50th anniversary celebration of the Miss Sonoma County Schol- arship Program. Over 20 former Miss Sonoma County title hold- ers are expected to attend, in- cluding some of the earliest winners. The current Miss Sono- ma County is Michelle Grey of Cloverdale. Other special guests will include the current Miss California, Lyndsay Kahler, and Robert Arnhym, President and CEO of the Miss California Schol- arship Program. There are ten contestants vy- ing for the title this year as well as the opportunity to represent the county at the Miss Califor- nia State finals to be held in Fresno in late June. A resident of Cloverdale, Alex- andra Adams is a student at Santa Rosa Junior College ma- joring in elementary education. A vocalist since childhood, the 18-year-old was Cloverdale's Citrus Fair Queen. Pierrette Robertson is Student Body Pres- ident at Cloverdale High School. Pierrette, 17, will present a vo- cal medley at the program. Clo- verdale's Hilary Hemmingsen is on the Dean's List at SRJC. A member of an international hon- or society, Hilary, 19, has also performed in many dance pro- grams. Loriana Zanotti, 19, of Petalu- ma, is a French and Social Psy- chology major at SRJC who plans to continue her studies in France and ultimately become a US Ambassador. She will perform a jazz dance in the program. A 21- year-old senior at Sonoma State University, Angela Hobbs, a pi- anist, plans to pursue a law de- gree and also be a published author. With ambitions to be- come a performing artist on Broadway, Santa Rosa High's Lisa Hartman, 18, is a peer coun- selor at her school and has per- formed with local theater and dance groups. Rohnert Park's Melody Kin, 19, lived in Japan for eight years and was a key figure in the es- tablishment of a cultural ex- change between Petaluma and Soppor0; Japan. Having sung in both school and professional choirs, Melody plans to become a Community College teacher. A computer engineering student at SRJC, pianist Allysun Easley, 22, was a US Youth Ambassador to the Soviet Union and a school peer counselor. A founding Board member of the Sonoma County Career Fair and an active member of Equi- Ed, a therapeutic horseback riding group, Rebecca Johnson, 22, plans to become a special education teacher. A student at Sonoma State University, Rebec- ca will present a jazz dance at the program. Planning a career as a physician and medical re- searcher interested in multicul- tural education, Sonoma State University student and vocalist Laura Zoranovich, 21, plans a career as a psychology professor and practicing hypnotherapist. The contestants will be judged on personal interviews, talents, swim suit, stage presence, and one-stage questions. A sellout crowd is expected at the 50th university program which will include special performance by former title holders. Mlchelle Grey Plerrette Robertson OUT ITALIAN CATIIOLIC FEDERATION BARBECUED CHICKEN DINNER WITH SPAGtIETTI Saturday, February 15, 1997 St. Peter's Parish Hall CLOVERDALE 5:00 PM to 8 PM ADULTS ............ $10 CHILDREN (Under 12) ......... $5 i:Alexandra Adams Hilary Hemmlngsen f The. Thatcher Inn .\\; Invites you to our Family Night, Wednesday, February 12th Honey Mustard Baked Chicken, Twice Baked Potatoes, Seasonal Vegetables, Salad, Soup Du Jour Pacific Cod Florentine, Twice Baked Potatoes, Seasonal Vegetables, Salad, Soup Du Jour for just $9.95 per person + T. Cherry Cobbler with Whipped Cream, Thatclmr Inn 1340! S. Highway ! 01, Hopland K. (707)744-1890 Friday, February 14th Give Us a Call (707) 433-6000 21047 Geyserville Ave. Downtown Geyserville National FHA-HERO Week celebrated by hign ,'chool students Robin Gurrles The Cloverdale High School Future Homemakers of Ameri- ca-Home Economics Related Occupations Chapter is doing several things during the week of Feb. 9-15 to celebrate Nation- al FHA-HERO Week. During this week members plan to carry out activities that show their spirit, that of the largest club in the high school. Throughout the week they will be giving all of the members daily appreciation giis. As a com- munity to reach service, they have provided a six-foot high, three dimensional exhibit which will be on display at the Citrus Fair. The topic of the exhibit is "Drinking and Driving". They are also planning a stu- dent/staff fun activity for lunch on Wednesday. Members have contacted their local legislators, given thank you giis to local businesses that have been sup- portive of the program, and made arrangements to prepare an ar- ray of appreciation snacks for the school beard when they next meet. FHA-HERO is a way for young people to learn skills that they will need in the future. The Clo- verdale High School Chapter takes pride in celebrating this fact. Family Service Surplus Food Distribution Feb. 20 By Elise Black Family Service's next Govern- ment Food Distribution will be on Thursday, Feb. 20, right aider the fair. We give out foods from I to 3:30 pro, at the north end of the main Citrus Fair building. We also get foods from whatever is available through the Red- wood Empire Food Bank, and the Rural Foods Project. The hard work is done Thurs- day morning. Foods are deliv- ered about 9 or 9:30 am and we need our usual strong crew of volunteers to lift, move, and bag them up. There will be a meeting of Fam- ily Service, Monday, Feb. 24 at 11 am--not noon as we usually have it. Weql get out earlier! The meeting will be held at the hall of the United Church, 439 N. Cloverdale Blvd. Family Service is being reorganized. We really need more input, and hopefully participation, from Cloverdale's churches--especially those who keep getting appeals from tran- sients--or locals. Hope we can work things out. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice T. Watts announce the engagement daughter, Robin Laurie Watts Kelly to David Kenneth Emmel Mary Burger of Santa Rosa and Ted Emmel of Cloverdale. "1 to-be Is a manicurist at Hair Works and also is employed Hardware of Cloverdale. David is in the final stages of his training and is a flremanwith the Cloverdale Fire wedding Is planned for May 31, 1997 at Geyser Peak winery. Ron Schuster, D.C. is pleased to announce the association of Ben Warrick, D.C. with the Cloverdale Chiro Center We welcome Dr. Warrick and his + 30 years experience. Dr. Warrick will be available for appointments beginning Feb. 18, 1997 on: Tues., 1-5;Thurs., 9-1; Sat. 9-1 Dr. Schuster's hours are M.-W.-F., 9-6, Tues. 9-11 894-3608 109 S. Main St., Cloverdale ARE YOU INTERESTED IN: Saving Thousands in Taxes and Probate Fees? Avoiding Unnecessary Income and Estate Taxes Your Home, Farm, Ranch, or Business? A Tax Favored Investment that Solves Nursing Home Care? Get the answers to these and other criiical questions our monthly' one hour free financial semirs. Presented by Cloverdale's Estate Planning Professionals: TIMOTHY J. WARD JOHN M. YEPIZ, CFP Lawyer Associated Planners Investment Advisory, Inc. INS LIC 0667382 NEXT SEMINAR; February 18, 1997 at 7:30 pro. 129 N. Cloverdale Blvd., Ste 5. 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