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Page 12, Cloverdale Reveille, February 12, 1997 Raffle of afghan coat to benefit senior center Cloverdale Senior Multi-Pur- pose Center is raffling a beauti- ful hand-made afghan coat. It is a coat of many colors-warm, com- fy and stylish. The coat was made and donated to the center by June Grant. Look for this coat on display in various shop windows in town. You can get raffle tickets by call- ing or stopping by the senior center located at the Grange Hall, 201 Commercial Street, 894-4826. Raffle tickets will also be avail- able at the places where the coat is displayed. The tickets are $1 each or six for $5. Your ticket purchase is a donation to the center. As with all senior center raffles the money raised goes to the cost of keeping the center open. The raffle drawing will be held Thursday, Mar. 28. Cloverdale Senior Multi-Pur- pose Center is open Tuesday through Thursday from 10 am to 2 pm with special programs scheduled each day. For more information about our center or to sign up on our mailing list please call the center at 894- 4826 and ask to talk to Holly-- and don't forget to get your raffle tickets. Last minute preparations for camellia show By Lois Morse Bring in your blooms Friday morning, Feb. 14 before 10 am. Bring single blooms or if you have three matching blooms of same variety, bring them in also. Cut them late Thursday after- noon or early Friday morning so they will be fresh. Cut with a one inch long stem and put in a flat box. Enter through the Washing- ton Street gate and go into the camellia room which is back of the commercial room. You may drive in to unload but then you must leave as parking places are designated. BRAIN WAVE Humane Society; Salvation Army Lytton I; Starcross I; Healdsburg Animal Shelter 1; Bat Conservation Fund 4; Friends of Lake Sonoma 1, and Leopards Etc. 2. Brain Wave has set up a way for everyone to participate by asking businesses or individu- als to become heart sponsors for as little as $3 per child. A dona- tion of $24 could sponsor eight children. Heart sponsor forms will be sent out in the March Chamber of Commerce mailing. If you do not receive this and would like to be a heart sponsor send your tax deductible donation to CARE Foundation, POB 781, Clover- dale, Ca 95425. The Brain Wave will take place March 20 all around the county. A final assembly will be held in May to award non-profits their 10% of class earnings. Classes will then be able to use their funds and a percentage will go to the Foundation to enable it to continue funding teacher's grant requests and special programs at local schools. LAUDIE man of the Adopt-A-Highway landscape project at the north end of Cloverdale. "I've served as president and have done a lot of digging in the dirt for the Garden Club," Millie noted. "I'm glad to have the health to be of service." Mr. and Mrs. Laudie will cel- ebrate their 50th anniversary this year. "Service to your fam- ily and home is the most impor- tant job you can do," Millie averred. She encourages everyone to get involved. "Choose from the long list of groups that need help in Cloverdale and get in- volved!" Millie says. "Join a group *and serve. It  will give sew meaning to your life and you will enjoy new friends." Mrs. Laudie Says she is pleased to represent the Clover- dale Volunteers in this year's Citrus Fair Parade as Grand Marshal. The parade will start at 11 a.m. on Saturday, Feb. 15, on North Cloverdale Blvd. SALES PRICES EFFECTIVE 2/12/97.2/18/97 Longs will be opec Presidents' Day, Monday, Feb. 17. Store Hours 9 AM to 10 DOVE OR lUNLIGNT Ol/4WAININa LIOUln 22 Oz LONGS CHEWABLE VITAMIN C LONGS LIQUID BLEACH Reg. or Lemon 1 Gallon I LIVES CANNED CAT FOOD 5.50z, Selected Flavors Original, Baking Soda or Anti Tartar, 60Z KODAK COLOR 4/$ PRINT FILM Orange Flavored ........... 500 MG, 100 Tablets f ..i ......... (#PL055) GA 135-24 100 ISO GB 135-24 200 ISO GC 135-24 400 ISO SHOP LONGS FOR THE BEST IN SWEETHEART SAVINGS! PBPIi, DIET PlBIIBI PIIPII, AFFilN i FIIBB DIET pipI OR MOUNTAIN DEW OZ Cans +CRV TAIOUUlAV giN 750 ML 94.6 PrOOf or w EIACABII PBUIITO HCJUl IUia Im[OVAR VODKA |III 80 Proof 1.75 Liter Pip=, om PUPIl, ilACOltlOII AllaiNT Am AUaAlil CAPPlIIIB nn aCOla |lIl "KIH111I[ I!llllllff VIIIlfAIDII Ell DIET PlPll Oil .TS Uter- ao Proo BOOBIOII IlllKgV BUSRr,Cis.MountanMOUan Cr,s, Mouta. 0. =11" 11" "'oo 6" I! Poo Chablis or White  2 Liter CRV 113 ALL JACKETS AND FLANNEL SHI 1/2 WIN ALL R AND SCARVES FULL, Ou AND KING I