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Cloverdale, California
February 13, 1980     Cloverdale Reveille
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February 13, 1980

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Page 10- Wednesday, February 13, 1980 Everyone is helping to get the Fair ready From grandpa to toddler, everyone is helping to get .CIoverdale&apos;s 78th annual Citrus Fair underway. Volunteers are cleaning, painting and decorating the Citrus Fair Buildings getting everything spic-and-span for the huge influx of visitors expected to attend. Opening day at the Fair will be "Kid's Day". The Midway will open at 10 a.m. and remain open until 5 p.m. Happy the Clown will be on hand throughout the fair with his Happytime Circus. The official 1980 Ribbon cutting will be at l0 a.m. with the Fair Board and 1979 Citrus Fair Queen Jane Barnhart parlicipaling. At 1 p.m. the Cloverdale Junior High School Band with Robin Willat conducting, will perform. At 1:30 p.m. there will be the Huck Fin Fish Pond in the Commercial Room. At 2:30 the Junior Talent Contest will be in the Auditorium. A! 7:;n p l:. e,,e!'yf)!e wiil be treated Io lhe (?hvordale ttigh School Band per- formance with Band Master Steve C(mnolly. conducting. One of the main highlights, of course, will be the Queen Pageam and ('OrOll;.tli,olt 'f the 1980 ('Hrus Fah" u('er: also al 7:30 pm f',r a e(naplete 4-day schedule of Citrus Fair ce!l;s see page (;-'Fabloid. lq,r snacks and delicious h.)d. lhe Church of God of Pr.phecy ili hold forth in :he Orange Tea Room on the Vairground gwing folks a chance to relax and enjoy the h,,memade delicacies in huendtv surroundings. ! i: ': Kathy Titus, Carolyn Ramos, Fran Domenichelli and Vivian and Orville Burnside volunteered to paint and clean the 4-H Rainbow Hall and are shown uasn't present for the l)icture. getting it read)' for the Fair opening on Friday. 3ulie Borgna helped, too. but l'hoto I) .lanice Fven this little toddler helped get things clean for the opening of the Fair. grandchild. Pastor Aaron West of the Church of God of Prophecy pitched in to help wash dishes, pots and pans to get the Orange Tea oom ready to open for snacks and delicious homemade food for fairgoers. Bahai' Gleanings "What is real unity?... The unity which is productive of unlimited results is first a unity of mankind which recognizes that all are sheltered beneath the overshadowing glory of the All-Glorious; that all are servants of one God; for all breathe the same at- mosphere, live upon the same earth, move beneath the same heavens, receive ef- fulgence from the same sun and are under protection of one God. This is the most great unity, and its results are lasting if humanity adheres to it, but mankind has hitherto violated it, adhering to sectarian or other J limited unities such as racial, patriotic or unity of self-interests; therefore no great results have been forthcoming. Never- theless, it is certain that the radiance and favors of God are encompassing, minds have developed, perceptions have become acute, sciences and arts are widespread and capacity exists for the proclamation and promulgation of the real and ultimate unity of mankind which will bring forth marvelous results. It will reconcile all religions, make warring nations loving, cause hostile kings to become friendly and bring peace and hap- piness to the human world .... These limited unities are therefore signs of that great unity which will make all the human family one by being productive of the attractions of con- science in mankind." 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