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J Page 6, Cloverdale Reveille, March 5, 1997 FREE CHECKING 1- 0 1tl AMERICAN SAVINGS I "i (Above) Dr. Garvin and Darylla Hager giving Trent Thompson and Holly Bishop of Mrs. Hutchinson's second grade class toothbrushing Instructions. Jefferson School declared a 'urn ty Free Zone" Jefferson Elementary School is being declared a "Cavity Free Zone". During the months of February and March, (February was National Children's Dental Health Month) each class at Jefferson has had presentations and activities designed'to help the children learn about their teeth. Each student was individually examined, given a toothbrush and instruction on homecare brushing. All children should see the dentist every six months. Children with visual decay or other problems were given a note recommending they see the dentist right away. (If you need help in obtaining needed dental treatment for your Jefferson School stu- dent. Please contact Kendall Galvez at 894-1930. Toothbrushes were donated for this program by the Redwood Dental Auxiliary, CopperTower Dental Clinic and Dr. Franklin Ritz. Darylla Hager with the help of Dr. Garvin and Natasha Leask screened all 510 students at Jefferson Elementary School. Alexandra Adams wins Miss Congeniality Cloverdale High School stu- dent Alexandra Adams was vot- ed "Miss Congeniality" by other contestants of the Miss Sonoma County Pageant. She received a $50 scholarship. The pageant was held February 13. Clover- dale resident Pierrette Robert- son was chosen as Miss Sonoma County and received the crown from last year's winner, Michelle Grey of Geyserville ADD UP ALL THE benefits and you'll want to switch to American Savings Bank Free Checking. There's no minimum balance, teller fees, or direct deposit requirements and you'll work with a bank where people come first.  American Savings Bank, 103 S. Cloverdale Boulevard 894.8841 Riggs gets position on key transportation subcommittee Congressman Frank Riggs has been selected'to serve on the Surface Transportation Subcommittee. (STS) The STS controls all federal programs concerning road construc- tion, transit facilities, highway aid, and transportation laws and policies, such as highway safety measures. It also has jurisdiction over certain portions of the Clean Air Act relating to air quality issues.. "My subcommittee will re-write the law that funds the nation's entire highway system this year. This puts me in an ideal position to provide for our region's highway needs, especially along the Route 101 corridor," said Riggs. This year, Riggs' subcommittee will re-write the Intermodal Surface Transportation Efficiency Act (ISTEA) which provides for all of the nation's federal highway, road and transit facility funding. "I intend to fight for California's fair share of federal highway construction dollars," Riggs said. "We are a 'donor state' that pays for more to the federal government in gasoline taxes than we get back. I will fight to make sure that disparity is corrected." "Being on the 'highways' subcommittee puts me in a position to make sure that the First District's highway and transit priorities are at the top of all new transportation plans that we develop over the next six months," Riggs said. Among Riggs' top transportation priorities are reducing congestion on Highway 101, building unin- terrupted carpool lanes from Sonoma County to the Golden Gate Bridge, and providing funds to make the bridge safer in an earthquake. "This new assignment will also allow me to seek much- Stop in at Hindquarter's Feed and Tack and say hello. If they have what you need, they'll get It for you. (From left) Sam his father AI and Sam's wife Darlene. Eagles win seat in Hindquarter's Feed and Tack NCS play-off games lanleaSe!?Cia?nalndepflOdrPrjenC, es at 821 N. Cloverdale Boulevard has everything for your pet! By Boberta Lyons The Cloverdale Eagles boys' varsity basketball team won a seat in the upcoming North Coast Section play-offs and met Rin- con Valley Christian at Santa Rosa on Tuesday night (to late for press time) for their first game. Depending on the outcome of this game, the team may or may not play Thursday night as the NC competition continues. Over the weekend the Eagles took part in the Shaughnessy Tournament in Ukiah where they lost to Kelseyville but de- feated Lower Lake. In the first game, with Kelseyville, the Eagles lost 66- 58. Jason Smith had five; David Bowen, three; Ryan Warren, 25; Justin Jackson, 27; TJ Bird, 14; Chris Lands, two; David Smith, two. There were 23 field goals, and six free throws. Jason Smith, David Bowen, and Justin Jackson all had three DIRECT DEPOSIT ACCESS TO TELLERS ACCESS TO TELEPHONE BANKING sO MINIMUM BALANCE MONTHLY SERVICE FEE ,0 PER CHECK CHARCE VISACHECK CARD $I pointers and Ryan Warren had three three-pointers. Kelseyville - 16 18 16 16 -66 Cloverdale - 9 14 10 25 - 58 In play with Lower Lake the Eagles were victorious 64-53. Jason Smith had two points; David Bowen, 11; Ryan Warren, 26; Justin Jackson, eight; TJ Bird, 10; Chris Lands, two; Dav- id Smith, five. There were 26 field goals, and eight free throws. David Bowen had one three- pointer and Ryan Warren had three three-pointers. Lower Lake-9 15 17 102-53 Cloverdale-14 9 15 13 13-64 Successful acquisition of key Sonoma Coast property announced The Sonoma Land Trust and the Coastal Conservancy have announced their successful ac- quisition of key Sonoma Coast open space properties located along the Sonoma/Marin County line adjacent to the Estero Americano estuary. farm needs. Manager Sam Marcucci says if he doesn't have you want, he'll get it for you. Marcucci has been in the feed business for over 15 Working for the Feed Barn and Levitt's Feed in San Juan trano, he later started his own business, Pet Feed Delivery. "It was a great success. I then decided to open a retail instead of the delivery service and this store became it. and his father Al, opened the business in January. "Cloverdale had the market I was looking for. It is between Ukiah and Healdsburg, and there is town for competition," he said. Marcucci grew up on a farm and belonged to 4-H and says he's probably been feeding animals for a lot longer than1 'people. "I've learned a lot from different companies about nutrition. I'm very up to date on it," he explained. So, if you'd like to know what type of food you should give 13-year-old horse, 10 month old puppy, or what to give chickens so they'll lay moe eggs--just ask Marcucci. Check out Marcucci's full line of feed--including from A horse and cattle feed, and take advantage of his prices. Marcucci also has farm supplies, troughs, feeders, electric ing, automatic waterers, chicken supplies, milk reF hoses, flea and tick control products and veterinary for reptile supplies and live animals like chicks in the future.. ' , The store also features a tack room where people can buy on consignment, and its stock is rapidly growing. According to Marcucci, his store has received nothing but pliments from the public so far--both on his stock and reasonable prices. "The public thinks our prices are outstanding. We thank dale for the support we've been getting and we reall) Marcucci said. The store is open Mondays from 9-6, Tuesdays 10-6, and Fridays, 10-6, Saturday 9-6, and Sunday 10-2. Their: number is 894-9514. After a year-long partnership process, the two agencies have closed escrow on approximately 86 acres on the northern shore of the Estero Americano, near Bodega Bay, in an area rich in wildlife, migratory waterfowl, and important wetlands. The plan is for the property to be owned and managed by the Sonoma Land Trust as an agri- cultural open space preserve. "The Estero Americano is one of the most important biological areas on the entire Northern California coast," said Richard Charter, Executive Director of the Sonoma Land Trust, "We extend our appreciation to Mr. Tom Hepper of Santa Rosa, the seller of the property, for his generous philanthropic contri- bution and conservation intent which made this transaction possible." Tom Hepper of Santa Rosa, the former owner of the proper- ties whose charitable contribu- tion of a portion of the land value to the Sonoma Land Trust enabled this transaction, said: "This has always been a special area to my family because of the wildlife and the natural beauty. We felt strongly that it needed to be preserved." The Sonoma Land Trust uti- lized its own land acquisition funding reserves for the project, supplemented with a grant of $15Q,000 from the Coastal Con- servancy. Additional funding for the project continues to be sought by the partner agencies in the form ofopen space funds, "grants for wetland restoration on the site, and public contribu- tions. Cathy Farrls, Arts and Crafts superintendent for the Citrus Fair is pictured with the lemon pies entered in the Contest at the fair held over President's Day weekend. USE OF AMERICAN SAVINGS BANK ATMs ,0 FIRST ORDER OF 50 CHECKS ,0 RETURNED CANCELLED CHECKS ,0 AMERICAN SAVINGS BANK FDIC Insured ! L