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February 26, 1997

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February 26, 1997, Cloverdale Reveille, Page 5 I to Cloverdale at a Chamber sponsored Hours" Feb. 13. The title company is located at 210 N. Blvd. Shown are Nancy Avansino, Escrow Officer and Manager and VicePresident and County Manager Elden Phillips. Show award winners were 385 blooms entered into the camellia show at the Citrus Fair this year. The two Sweepstakes winners the most blue ribbons (firsts) were Agnes Hulbert Sweep- with six blue ribbons and three Honor Table Win- Viola Groves was Runner up sweepstakes. Both are of Caroline Matasci, Louise Duffy, Giuliano, Edna Warner, Winnie Connolly, Kathy Moore, Edna Warner-best large Japonica; Marion Squire-best Japomca; Annette Hinrichs-best small Japonica; Pattie ; Joyce Ross-best Japonica in the show. John matched blooms; Agnes Hulbert-best set of three matched blooms; Viola Groves-best small three blooms. receiving a special award for entering for the first time :Jason Nelson, Julie Nelson, Amanda Showers, Alice Peter- Jana Schweitzer, Stan Brannon, Janae Quack- Ross, Kathy Moore, Loren Moore, Kim McConnell, Hinrichs, Paula Gilbert, Dawn Lindelot, Dylan Mcln- Yvonne Duff of Healdsburg, Ray Cavagnaro, Stella Sutter, Connie and Gery Brown of Napa. ribbon winners were Rose Sisneros, Alice Peterson, Johan- Jenae Quackenbush, Paula Gilbert, Cory Brown, Julie Nancy Puterbaugh, Dawn Lindelof, Stella Sutter, Connie Yvonne Duff, Joyce Ross, Lois Morse. Red Ribbon Winners (2rids) Nelson, Dick Johnson, Joyce Ross, Edna Warner, Rose John Branscomb, Dowdy Uselten, Kimble D., Connie Paula Gilbert, Marion Squire, Pattie Cavagnaro, Louise , Caroline Matusci, Annette Hc, lhs.,/gnes,tdbert Johan- Loren Moore, .WirnieC.n,. Viola Groves, Lois White ribbon winner(thirds) Giuliano, Linda Wilson, Jana Schweitzer, Annette Hin- Kim McCormell, Louise Duffy, Johanna Howell, Ray Cav- Edna Warner, Pattie Cavagnaro, Caroline Matasci, Jack Edna Warner, Pattie Cavagnaro, Caroline Matasci, Jack Winnie Connolly, Viola Groves, Helen Maize of Healds- wishes to thank all those who entered camellias and made it a beautiful show. Those who did not pick up may get them at the fair office. FREE CHECKING f } 0 Ill AMERICAN SAVINGS viewing the hundreds of camellia blooms on the Camellia Show at the recent Citrus Fair. sought for new pet adoption project SOnoma County Animal Regulation Volunteer Program is to assist with a new mobile adoption project. are needed to help transport animals, assist with Is, clean cages, feed animals and walk dogs. drivers license is required and the use of your personal Is necessary. Thorough orientation and training is provid- to four hours a week is requested. 524-7116 for further information or stop by the Sonoma Animal Shelter at 1247 Century Court to pick up an Chicago Title opens office in Cloverdale; Avansino manager Chicago Title opened its Clo- verdale office this past week at 210 N. Cloverdale Blvd. Branch Manager and Escrow Officer is Nancy Avansino, a res- ident of Cloverdale and active community supporter. Officers from the title compa- ny, formerly known as TICOR, were on hand to greet visitors at the Chamber sponsored "After Hours" Feb. 13. Vice-President and County Manager Elden "Buck" Phillips and Assistant Vice-president Steve Galletti were among those attending the event. Chicago Title also has branch- es in Napa, Petaluma, Santa Rosa Rohnert Park, Windsor and Healdsburg. Avansino, in addition to her other duties, will also provide notary services. Lonnleand Kelley Wise are proud to announce the birth of their beautiful baby daughter Montana Scout Wise. Montana was born Jan. 15 at 4:40 pm at Kaiser Hos- pital. She weighed nine pounds and was 22 Inches long. She was welcomed by her two sisters, Qulncey and Rsese. Proud grand- parents are Bob end-Edna MIl and Lonnle and Beatrice.Wism/&apos; School and Yo :', Garden program deadline extended Deadline for applications for the 1997 School and Youth Gar- den Awards Recognition Pro- gram has been extended to March 7. This is the fourth year of the program which was created to promote the planting and tend, ing to gardens by teachers, their students, group leaders, and their members, and to recognize the efforts of teachers who inte- grate gardening into their cur- riculum. Due to the generous support of the Sonoma County Wineries As- sociation, this year the cash priz- es have been increased with first place awarding $500 and $250 being awarded to both second and third places. Judges will be held during the first two weeks of May, followed by a reception May 28 for teachers and princi- pals of participating schools to receive their awards and certif- icates. This program is co-sponsored by Luther Burbank Home and Gardens, Sonoma County Farm Bureau, and the University of California Cooperative Exten- sion. For more information or to receive an application, please call the Sonoma County Farm Bu- reau at (707)544-5575. City councilman speaker at WlC meeting Feb. 26 Cloverdale City Councilman Bob Jehn will be the featured speaker when the Women's Im- provement Club meets in the library's Pat Hare room on March 5 at I pm. During the business meeting plans will be finalized for the Vineyard District meeting of the General Federation of Women's clubs to be held at the Veterans memorial Building n March 25 hosted by the Cloverdale dub. The executive board meets to- day, Feb. 26 in the Pat Hare room of the library at 1:30 pm and all members are welcome to attend. Guests are always wel- come at the club's regular meet- ings on the first Wednesday of each month at I pro. Ernest and Luella Flelshauer were on hand to celebrate the opening of Chlcago Title at 210 N. Cloverdale Blvd. Feb. 13. The Flelshauers are parents of the Branch Manager Nancy Avanslno. They are shown, left, wlth Aselstant Vlce-Presldent Steve Gallattl. Healdsburg General Birth Announcements Renae and Douglas Lemley celebrated the birth of a six pound, five ounce baby girl born Jan. 2. Lu Anne and Paul Clan- cy celebrated the birth of a nine pound, eight ounce baby boy born Jan. 5. Yvette and Isaac Lopez celebrated the birth of a sev- en pound, 13.5 ounce baby girl born Feb. 4. Business property statements mailed Jim Gallagher, Sonoma Coun- ty Assessor, announced recently that the 1997/98 Business Prop- erty Statements have been mailed. Everyone operating abusiness on January 1, 1997, is subject to business property tax and should file a property statement. If you have not received a statement by February 28, 1997, or have recently started A new business, please call 524-7380. Property statements are due by April 1, 1997. Property tax law requires the Assessor to apply penalties if statements are not filed or are filed aider the due date. In addition to businesses, own- ers of boats, aircraft, show or breeding horses and racehorses must also file a property state- ment. Annual corned beef and cabbage dinner set for March 15 Soroptimist International of Cloverdale is busy planning their annual corned beef and cabbage dinner to be held on March 15, 1997 in St. Peter's Parish Hall in Cloverdale. At, the same time there will be beer tasting for those interest- ed. Several local breweries will be participating in the event. Music will be provided by Bob !:dam'et,nd Errde 'Hut. Dinner will be served from 6 pm to 8 pro. Tickets are available from any Soroptimist member or you can call 894-5776 or 894-4080. 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