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uS Kathleen Mulligan Shakes00am Festival /k)rs to visit Cloverdale High ) g perforrnance for pubfic set for March 19 this year, two actors gan will be on campus all day. i the Oregon Shakespeare will visit Cloverdale 1 ool as part of the Festi- ual School Visit Pro- i,ors, Karl Backus and - Mulligan, will present .,t[ting performance for the LnlCOmmunity on March 19; Ltatt^.day, March 20, they lk on campus presenting ir,_ Workshops and assem- tol e public performance, I _ fShh,..Listen To Me", us and Ms. Mulligan la trform a variety of roles in v : arn featuring both classi- gd dContemporary selections. of the pieces from which 1 be selecting include- n, Qentlemen of Verona by "akespeare,t 1frigid "In Fland- a by John Mc- )tr  , poem Jlld Dancing at Lughnasa wk Friel. s'lPerformmce will begin at They will conduct two workshops for drama students as well as two assemblies for the student body. The first assembly will be an all-Shakespeare program and will be presented to students in the honors English classes, dra- ma students, and other interest- ed students. The second assembly will be a combination program entitled "War n' Piec- es" and will be a mix of scenes from Shakespeare, Dr. Seuss, William Faulkner and others. This assembly will be offered to the entire student body. The School Visit Program is part of the Festival's commit- ment to bringing theatre to young people and young people to theatre. After the Festival closed its 1995 season, teams of actors visited 293 schools and organizations, reaching more than 171,000 students in eight western states including Alaska Cloverdale men play Logger football Mar. 22 Do you have a need for more football? Neal Minnis, Michael Garrity, Todd Lands and Fred Oster play for the Mendocino Loggers, in the Gold Coast Am- ateur Football League. The Loggers are tied for first place. Last week they shut out the Sacramento Stray Dogs 20- 0. The Stray Dogs have not been beaten in four years or shut out in five years. The Loggers have won their last five games giving up only 16 points. They are on their way to the playoffs. They have players from all over the North Coast area. Their next game is against the Pro Linda Vandals at Boonville Fair- grounds Mar. 22 at 1 pm. All proceeds go to the Shriner's Hos- pital Crippled Children Fund. Tickets are $5 adults, $3 chil- dren (12 and under). Seminar on photo safe scrapbooking March 19 at Vet's Building How many photos do you have stored in boxes? Do you ever plan to organize them? If so, here is your opportunity! You are invited to attend a "Creative Memories  seminar at 7 pro, Wednesday, March 19 at the Veteran's Building. Laureate Theta Beta is hosting an event to help you create a meaningful photograph album. With personal assistance, at this seminar you will learn tech- niques for organizing and stor- ing your photos and mementos. There is no charge for attending. Our consultant will have com- pleted albums for you to review. If you should wish to partici- pate in a "hands on" demonstra- tion, you should bring a dozen or so photographs of an event or March 12, 1997, Clovordale Reveille, Page 3 Exchange Bank presented the Boys and Girls Club of Cloverdale with a $5,000 grant lasS Friday. According to Club Oirector Marrlanne McBride, renovation of the clubhouse, that was damaged In a fire, is coming right along. She says children should be able to move back into the clubhouse In a couple of weeks. They are still raising money for complssion of the gym, however. According to McBdde, the Club Just received word that they've been awarded a challenge grant for $80,000, and need to raise $80,000 to get it. They already have $20,000 towards that goal. With that money, they will be very close to having enough to finish the gym. Above, Exchange Bank President and CEO Bill Reinking; Vice President and Manager of the Cloverdale Branch Bill Ferguson, and McBride. Soroptimisss International of CIo- verdale recently Inducted Laura Clopton Into their club. Laura lives with her family In Cloverdale and is a regissered nurse with Visiting Home Care. (Above, Laura with Soroptimist President Susie Hare. ,;t" on March, 19 in Clover- and Hawaii. occasion you would like to pre- Art work solicited for ;o,.qh School s East Gym. The 1996-97 School Visit Pro- serve. There will be a $5 fee for SRJC alumni art Ja.Prices are $5 for adults gram is funded in part by a gen- materials. ] for students (or, $2.50 erous grant from the Gap For further information call $adentbodycard). Foundation and the Support of MaryLarson, 894-9171or Neva exhibit on May 4 owing day, March 20, many members of the Oregon Goodman, 894-5617. We hope to Alumni and friends of Santa ?.', Backus and Ms. Mulli- Shakespeare Festival. --" .... see you there! Rosa Junior College are invited to submit art work for the annu- al art exhibit sponsored by the Alumni and Friends Association as part of Day Under the Oaks. Artists may submit paintings, sketches, small sculptures and/ or photographs. All work should be ready to display. For further information, con- tact Peggy Morgan, chairperson for the art exhibit, at (707)938- 3156. "1 believe that if you think about disaster, you will get it. Brood about death and you hasten your demise. Think positively and masterfully, with confidence and faith, and life becomes more secure, more fraught with action, richer in achievement and experience." Eddie Rickenbacker .";Pood Empire Trail Riders play day 4 Redwood Empire Trail $5 per event, 1/2 off for junior aplay day will be held at riders age 13 years and younger. enat Park in Healdsburg Spectators are free. For more idol6. Sign ups are at 9 am information contact Dave at894- si'ntabeginatl0am. Ham- 5936. There will be a Saint ,1 hot dogs and sodas will Patrick's Day theme. Prizes for #Flaee $20 for the day'| or best costumed horse and rider will be given. ARE YOU INTERESTED IN: Saving Thousands of Dollars on Probate Fees? ProtectingYour Home, Farm, Ranch, or Business from Estate Taxes? ProtectingYour Life Savings from Medical Government Liens? Get the answers to these and other critical questions at OUr monthly one hour free financial seminars. Presented by Cloverdale's Estate Planning Professionals: I"IMOTHY J. WARD JOHN M. YEPIZ, CFP Lawyer Associated Planners Investment Adviso, Inc. INS LIC 066721112 NEXT SEMINAR: March 27, 1997 at 7:30 pro. Cloverdale Blvd., Ste 5. Call 894-9085 for more information. Seating is Limited, 10% Discount for First Time Customers Senior Citizen Discounts 24 HOUR EMERGENCY SERVICE Jones Self-Directed IRA gives you: -Tax Advantages -Flexibility -Tailored Investments -Personalized service ansferring your existing IRA is easy. Call or stop by today for the details. Member SIPC Ted Etheredge 101 Plaza St., Healdsburg (707)433-7827 Edward NEW BII$1NE$$[ ryoicle olin Plumbing Remodel & Repair Gas & Sewer Lines Drains- Tile Installation & Repair Faucet Specialist C THOMAS BRUNELLE 894-2482 Pager 325-7422 l--.-dJones i i Stephanie Showers Insurance Agency We are now offering Homeowner's Insurance! Stephanie is located at the mini-storage complex. 555-1 S. Cloverdale Blvd., Cloverdale IN(; Final Two Weeks of Pager: (707)264-7465 Phone (707)894-3315 All Items Are Heavily Discounted! Last chance to get that special gift you've always wanted. 231 N. 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