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February 13, 1980

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CA ," I onions I ,' __ _os.o,-EU.S,E ....... , 6 79 Manzanita Manor " Musings By JAN FREEMAN Employee of the Month: Our employee of the month of January, was Linda Gaylor. LiMa is 24 years old, is a certified nursing assistant (CNA) and an Emergency Medical Technician. She has worked in Convalescent Hospitals for 6 years including Mount Manor convalescent in Fort Payne, Alabama for 3 years and Manzanita Manor for 3 years next month. Last June she took the training to be an EMT-I and now works part- time for the Cloverdale Ambulance. She hopes to continue her education and pursue a career in the emergency field. Linda comes from a large family with 6 brothers and 6 sisters. She loves animals and enjoys working with people very much which is evident from her work here. Not only does she do the work of a certified aide, but she has also been working in as assistant capacity with Miss McEntee, the Director of Nursing, setting up classes for new Nurses Aides, In- service Orientation of Trainees, and lots of paper work! She's a real assist to our hospital and we thank you for your hard work and faith- fulness, Linda! God Bless you ? Announcement : BecatJLsP of some technical com- plications, we regret that we won't be able to have our Canine Companion come to Manzanita as soon as we planned. However, we still hope that this will be worded out and we'll be able to continue with our plans in the near future. If you were interested in providing a home please let us know, and we will be glad to discuss it with you as we will still need one. Thank you! Frank Fontana Continued from page t Other local performances Frank remembers well are the High School Band con- certs, the Fourth of July celebrations in 1975 and 1976, the 1975 Sorority Fashion Show and appearances at the Sonoma County Fair those same two years. After graduation from Cloverdale High School in 1976, Frank went on to San Francisco State University where he performed in "Company", "Fiddler on the Roof" and "Berlin to Broadway With Kurt Weill". The next spring he was hired as principle understudy and lighting assistant for "Beach Blanket Babylon Goes Bananas!". At that time it was the longest running musical revue in San Francisco. In August of 1977 he assumed the lead mate role-4wo weeks shy of his nineteenth birthday. Frank says he remained in that role through nearly 100 sold out performances until the production closed in December of 77. Frank went on to be featured in the original cast of "Irving Berlin in Revue", the critically acclaimed musical revue celebrating the 90th birthday of "America's favorite songwriter." He states the. show opened in August of 1978 and garnered a 4-star rating from the San Francisco Chronicle and Examiner as well as rave notices from the Hollywood Drama Logue, After Dark Magazine and the Oakland Tribune. As a founding member and co-star of Roberta Bleiweiss' "Holiday Express", Frank performs in the popular musical revue playing for conventions and private parties in the San Francisco area. In a move to expand his career, Frank has assisted in management of two popular San Francisco comedies by Jules Meiffer, "Hold Me" and "The Asparagus Valley Cultural Society". Frank has also made television appearances on "AM-San Francisco" for KGO-TV, "The Morning Show" on KPIX-TV, and KRON-TV's salute to Irving Berlin. "Tell-A-Vision". BAKERY