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.ii...-::,!.!:: :.:. Citrus Fair Feature Exhibits Page 6, Cloverdele Revel,e, February 26, 1997 Cloverdale receives award Cloverdale has been named an award winner by the League of California Cities and was hon- ored by Governor Pete Wilson at an awards ceremony on Feb. 20 in Sacramento. The award for economic and community development part- nerships recognizes Cloverdale for its Cloverdale Economic De- velopment Strategy, which pro- vides a series of programs uniquely tailored to attract busi- ness and industry to the city. The California Cities Helen Putnam Award recognizes out- standing achievement and inno- vation by cities whose contributions to community res- idents and businesses have re- sulted in lower costs or more effective delivery of services. The award is given annually in ten categories of municipal service. Four categories celebrate partnerships with another orga- nization: children, youth and families partnerships; economic and community development partnerships; environmental quality partnerships; and healthy city partnerships. The other six categories honor pro- grams in community services; enhancingdiversity in the work- place; financial management; government efficiency and re- sponsiveness; public safety; and public works, communications and transportation. The award is sponsored by the League of California Cities and the Institute for Local Self Gov- ernment. A record number of 225 nominations were submit- ted in 1996, and 28 cities will be honored with awards. Citrus Fair Queen Jenny Nickolaus (I) and first runner-up Corinne Thelle were beaming Friday night, Feb. 14 after being given their titles. Navy recruit finishes clerical course ..... Navy Seaman Recruit Laura '' ' I Blair, granddaughter of Olon E. and Faye Blair of Cloverdale, recently completed the Basic Dis- bursing Clerk Course. During the course at the Na- val Technical Training Center, Meridian, Miss., Blair received instruction in computing basic pay, allowances and entitle- ments, as well as in the prepara- tion of correspondence, travel claims and other financial docu- ments. As a graduate of the Basic Disbursing Clerk Course, Blair demonstrates her tremendous ability to excel in a naval force of more than 400,000 men and women. Whether assigned to ships, squadrons or shore com- mands around the world, men and women like Blair are mak- ing a difference as they work to improve their knowledge and skill as part of the most highly technical naval force in history. The 1996 graduate of Clover- dale High School joined the Navy in August of 1996. :  i Six.year-old Kate Lyons Joined a throng of children who collected flags and candy as they watched the popular Citrus Fair parade on Saturday, Feb. 15 as part of the annual Citrus Fair celebration in Cloverdale. New faculty join business department at Santa Rosa JC Robert F. McRae, former Pres- ident of International Develop- ment at Swift Textiles, and former corporate vice president at Levi Strauss, has been hired to teach International Business and Human Relations classes at Santa Rosa Junior College. McRae, who is teaching in the college's Business Administra- tion Department, has 30 years of experience in general manage- ment, operations, finance, sales/ marketing, and human resourc- es. He has also worked at Izod Lacoste Youthwear in New York, and Brittania Sportswear in Se- attle, Washington. Hans L. Stern, former senior vice president and director of marketing at Brown-Forman Beverage Company, has been hired to teach marketing classes at Santa Rosa Junior College. Stern, who is teaching in the college's business administration department, also worked as gen- eral manager and beard mem- ber at Kenyon and Eckhardt, an advertising agency in Chicago. He has served as Director of the National Advertising Review Board and as Director and mem- ber of the Media Relations Com- mittee for the Advertising Council. r Jenny Nickolau receives her crown backstage at the Citrus Fair Queen Pageant. John Hogeett, a student at Washington School entered his iguana, Hammer In the annual Pet Parade which is port of the Cloverdele Citrus Fair Parade.. Cloverdale 4-H (Gazebo) ....................................................................................... Rrst place, Cloverdaie Lions (Jester) .................................................................................. Second place, $1 Cloverdaie Pre-School (French Quarter House) ................................................... Third place, $1111 Fra.nk, Bob & Friends (Road to Rio) ................................................................... Fourth place, $10d Cloverdaie High School (Carnavai in Venice--Gondola) ........................................ Fifth place, $10 Adult Citrus Sculptures Laureate Theta Beta (Court Jester) ......................................................................... Rrst place, $3 Safeway-Healdsburg (Masks) ............................................................................. Second place, $3 Toastmasters (River Queen) ................................................................................... TNrd place, $2 Junior Citrus Sculptures Girl Scout Troop #31 (Man on Stilts) ........................................................................ Rrst place, $2 JEH Memorial High School (Jester) .................................................................... Second place, $1 Girl Scout Troop #341 (Maks of Carnaval) ............................................................... Third place, $1 Cloverdaie Fire Explorer Post 17 (Camaval of Flames) ....................................... Fourth place, $1 Floral Gardens Green Thumb Garden Club ...................................................................................... Rrst place, $51 Adult Departments Special Merit Awards Art, Joseph Browning, Sebastopol Clothing, Velvet Gown-Laurel Larson Crafts, Angel Box, Kathleen Lewis-Willits Crafts, Duck, Millie Sanchez-Willits Crafts, Bow/, Linda Schuster-Willits Crafts, Bear, Joanne Hessong Crafts, Village, Rachel Rorabaugh-Hopland Crafts, Tray, Roxanne Scott-Willits Photography, RJ Meyer, Rohnert Park Preserves, Carmel Applesauce, Bonnie Black Preaervee, Blackberry Jam, Patti Mattern, Ukiah. Prewves, Plum Jam, Edna Warner Preserves, Cranberry Jelf, Debbie Davis Preserves, Olives, Mary Flansburg Senior cltizen, Embroidery, Myrtle Culley Senior Citizens, Puzzle, Bob Morse Rorlculture, African Violet, Nancy Jehn Youth in Action Best of Show Winners Arts & Crafts, Kelly Shea, Button Necklace Baked Goods, Chris Bertshe, Geyserville Hobbles, Tray Kincaid, K-nex Horticulture, Terrarium, Gabrial DeMartini Language Arts, Heather Peterson, HeaJdsburg Needle Work, Jennifer Morehead, RP Table Settings, Lidsey Gregori, SR clothing, Shelly Smith, Hopland Preserved Foods, Joanna Nelson, Hldsbg. Collections, John McAIlister, CloverdaJe Photography, Meagan Pulley, RP Preschool, Anikka Reed, bird house Fruit & Veggle Art: Jule Machen Adult Departments Best of Show Winners Art, Snowman, Evelyn Grave-Cloverdaie Photography, Yosemite Tree, Maribel Meyer.( Crafts, Doll, Joanne Hessong-Cloverdale Clothing & Textiles, Wedding Gown, Mary L Roriculture, Maryanna Reynolds Collections, Coca-Cola, Mindi Sessions Poetry, Gary Schweitzer Quilts, Bernice Townsend, Rohnert Park Senior Citizen, Wood Sculpture, Dennis Holl Woodcarving, Bow/, Ciaud Williams Adult Department Special Awards Moonlight Quilters Award, Barbara Youngbl Santa Rosa Quiltem Guild, Linda Paladino Adult Department Fair Theme Awards Crafts, Kay Kneisler Floriculture, Mary Lamen Hobbies & Collections, Mary Jo Winters Quilts, Bernice Townsend (RP) YOUTH IN ACTION/ORANGE CAKES Stefanie Mathewson, Cotai, 1st, $10 Alyssa Muron, 2nd, $7.50 Chris Bertsche, Geyserville, 3rd, $5 YOUTH IN ACTION/PRESENTATION "Mini Floral Gardens', Cloverdale 4-H Arts & Project, 1st, $75 Lily Lemon Winner, Zoe Rose Camille Ottoboni, 3 years old; 2nd place Ashley Reuser, 5; Third place, Brittany M Vandagriff; Other contestants Whitney Edens, Sara Illia, Ashley Nicole Keeney, Ashley Mills, P Jessica Stuber. Oran Oranges Winner, Wesley Hetdck, 4 years old; Bryan Lee Tomay, 2nd place; Seth Lampert, third place; ot contestants-Colin Garvin and Avery Ryan. Special Contests Each winner received a $50 cash award sponsored by Bandlere Winery and Sllvelra Pontiac Buick, and GMC Truck Inc. Candy: Debbie Burrell-trophy sponsored by Papa's Pizza Lemon Pie: Patti Mattern.Ukiah, Trophy sponsored by CIoverdale Mini Stor== Orange Cake: Lou Ann Brennock-Cloverdale Trophy sponsored by Franco American BaJ Anything Chocolate: Stephanie Wright-Cloverdale Trophy-sponsored by Clover Storn# Machine Bread: Bonnie Black-Cloverdale Trophy sponosred by the Citrus Fair Citriculture Sweepstakes Susan Liie, first, $25; John McMillan, second, $15; Roland Osmon, third, $10. Largest Citrus Roland Osmon, trophy Talent Show Winners (All cash prizes sponsored by Clover Supermarkt Alhambra Water, and Healdsburg General Hospital) Overall Indlvlcluel Winner: Steven Giampaoli. Sang "Whenever You Come Around', $100 and tro Overall Group Winnere:"The Shooting Stars"-Deran Conkling, All Nosti, and Laura Gildengorin (D "South Rampart Street Parade), $100 & trophy. Tiny Talent:(First place) "The Blues Brothers', Derek, Jordan and Kayla, "Soul Man". Won $25 & trol (Second place) Sierra Gladden Junior Talent: (First place, $25 & trophy)Deran Conkling (Dance to "Liza') (2ndp/ace-redribbons) The Shop Around Girls-Jamie Lampert, Shy lo Rege, Samantha Lemely, Jes Edens, and Danielle Hunt.Sara Bilbro. Carors Dancers-Melissa Turri, Michelle McLaughlin, Annen Poma, Mary Champion, and Jasmin Ward.Elise Tornay.The Swells-Allison Turek and Ashley Burby. Nostn and Laura Gildengorin.The Funky Bunch-Christina Keeney, Elizabeth Lopez, Janessa JohnS Laci Sessions, and Natasha Lane. , |,le (White Ribbons, 3rdplace) Cody Dow, Andrew Pisaro, and Lance Emme[ Kenny Johnson. Cheedeaders-Trish Davis, J : 1 Teen Talent (First place, $25& trophy)CIoverdale High School leS.JL: 1 Barry, Chantel Peres, Crystal Bertoli, Vanessa Valera, Vanessa Lopez, Marcie Hernandez, Chri John Brady and Wayne Plass. (Blue Award Winners-Reserve Best Teen Group) CloverdaJe Schod Dance-Amy Lile, Heidi Collingwood, Bonnie McDonald, Laurel White, Shannon Breci artd Michq Breci. (RedAward Winners.Second Place)-LaBeth Robinson. Cloverdale Karate Center-Heidi ChriLli pher, Nick Giampaoli-Moore, Holly Shouse, Chris Hultberg, James Love, Ehren Wemer, and JP, Faveia. Ashaley, Alex and Lizzie. CIoverdale School of Dance-Amy Lile, Heidi Collingwood,  McDonald, Laurel White, Shannon Breci and Michaela Breci. White Award Winners (Third Place)Caq ! Dancers-Melissa Turri and Joni Cahill. Brandy Gaylor and Angela GolzaJes. I , Adult Talent Winners I Carol s Dancers-Joni Cahill, Jenny Berry, Cheyanne Farquharson, Stacy Larkin and NI =t -I Schoonover, first place, $25 and trophy. Second place-Gary Schweitzer. Third place (tie) Jert : Jeflreys, John Dekker. ' l ,