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Page 6, Cloverdeie Reveille, March 12, 1997 ............................... ..:...: CHS grad completes his iiiiiii0000 bicycle trip to Mexico ii The next Distribution of Government Foods (and other Soroptimist International Is getting ready for their annual corned beef and cabbage dinner set for March 15. (Back row, from left) Will. Rose, Susie Hare, Cathy Mitchell, Sydney Scleini, Unda Silva, Lor- ralne Humphrey, Ann Silva, Debble Perrault. (Front row) Unda Stewart, Made Vandagriff, Betty Kunakov. Corned beef and cabbage dinner Mar. 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 interested. Several local breweries will be participating in the event. Music will be provided by Bob James and Ernie Hunt. Dinner will be served from 6 pm to 8 pm. Tickets are available from any Soroptimist member or you can call 894-5776 or 894-4080. , Todd Clow, a 1987 C]overdale High School graduate and recent graduate from US Davis realized his dream of making a cross- country bicycle trip. Clow began his adventure Nov. 3, riding from Cloverdale to Baja Mexico, where a job teaching English to seventh graders awaited him. The 28-year-old Clow reached his goal--Cuernavaca, Mexico-- the day after Christmas. Cuernavaca is 2,200 miles away from Cloverdale. The trip included a 19 hour ferry ride and a 19 hour bus ride. Clow got the idea for the trip from a geography professor at UC Davis who toured the coast of France, Spain and Portugal with his will be held Thursday, March 20, from I to 3:30 pm at the the Citrus Fair building. We start working between 9 and 9:30 am and helpers welcome for the job of moving boxes of foods and making bags. In the afternoon, the work is handling food bags, people sign in and fill out applications. Anyone helping with either type of job, please call one of the below. We owe thanks to Terrie Spent,, whose Copper Tower practice is donating, free of charge, the space for new office. It is on the second floor of Copper Tower the right if you go up the outside stairs. wife and daughter on bicycles. "Some of the stories he told and the narration along with the slides was just amazing to me," Clow said. According to Clow's mother, Claudia, he suffered a few mechan- ical breakdowns along the way, and some bad weather--but was helped out by many friendly and kind people. "One gentleman bought him some fire wood. Some people in Baja gave him some time on a boat they had, while they went to Alaska. They sent a Christmas card to my daughter. He met some people on a ferry going to Mazatlan. The man is a winemaker for Fry Brothers in the Redwood Valley. They took him in their camper somewhere on down the coast," his mother said. She said that along the way he met other bicyclists riding from Canada and one was going all the way to Costa Rica. "He'd leap frog with them. He met them all in La Paz and they spent some time together," she said. Clow was originally supposed to teach English to second and third graders, but he was switched to seventh graders-a grade level his mother says he finds challenging. She says the trip was a wonderful experience for him, he loves his job and his neighbors are great. "On Valentine's Day he called us. He met a couple of ladies who are going to teach him the "Salsa" (a dance)," she said. Meanwhile, we are open Wednesday, Friday and Satu am to 5 pm, and Sunday 10 to 1. We still work by appointmdk call a caseworker and we will meet you there. We will have so k during office hours, however.  Leilan We are trying to consolidate all our work and our records i_ . office. That will allow us to be more efficient, avoid duplicatioSll (I hate to say it) freeloaders. | .L" u Elite Black, still chairman, 894-2864. Cynthia Grant-Neel,ree Cl( re,arT, 894-3420. Wendy Dagler, treasurer, 894-5331. CaseCated al era: Mavis Knupfer, 894-3137. Abe Hernandez, 894-356-ents frc Robles, 894-4280. Debbie Daly, 894-9057. Kerrie Hughes,0|ofBu.. 9479. Abe and Lori and Bilingual-good Spanish. Lori is 0rnenc, wonders with "outreach" to the non-English speaking comlay eve and helping them with information and translating forms, r, at th We are still nonprofit,,no government help, relying solely 0zer for t] 00o.at,o.00 ,over,00,e s c,00c, es 00ei: been going out like crazy this winter--rain, cold, rising--lOm.lLom the Donations are most welcome (to PO Box 374) and--we would d. ter A! love a computer and printer, that work, just in case you k,, a 19! one! .ale Hig Many thanks==___ again to Terrie___. Spenst, and to all of you. Ptionist Studio Cloverdale Libralerd conducting, been asmgingwait receives money !  Sea. Make your dreams come true at Paula Gilbert Piano & Voice Studio Have you always had a secret dream to be able to sing and turn people's heads instead of mak- ing them cover their ears? You thought it was hopeless--thatyou were tone deaf, and couldn't even sing "Row, Row Your BoaC on key? Or maybe you've always wanted to be able to play the piano like Liberace or the "kill- er" Jerry Lee Lewis. Now's your chance. According to voice coach and piano teacher Paula Gilbert there is no such thing as tone deafness. "My belief is that ev- eryone can sing--we all have a voice and the voice is a muscle just like any other muscle in the strengthened to bring out the natural beauty of each individu- al's voice. People can learn to match pitches--even if they've been told they are tone deaf. It takes about six months to do something like that," she said. Paula has worked with people on their voices in several musi- cals in Cloverdale, including CARE's production of the W/z- ard of Oz, and Cloverdale High's recent production of Working. "I love working with people. I love asking them what they want to accomplish, and I love seeing them progress and get better and better--to sing a solo for the first time and to be able to play She has been performing since age six and has been teaching voice since she was 19. She has received training from seven dif- ferent voice teachers, and three separate piano teachers. She studied with the Bryn Mawr Conservatory of Music in Penn- sylvania, Chris Macatsoris Con- servatory of MuSic in Pennsylvania, and the Academy of Vocal Arts in Philadelphia, and at San Jose and Chic, State. Most recently she trained with Susan Casey Voice Services in MaTin. Paula began teaching piano and voice when friends and co- workers began asking her to he Ip rest and has held concerts of her own original music. She may write a play for the middle school this spring. Currently she is writing a show of her original music about the bright future of our planet. So, if you'd like to sing a little louder in church, or if you just always wanted to sing or play the piano and didn't think you could--give yourself a gii and call Paula. The wonderful thing of the voice as an instrument is that you can keep on playing it for many years and enhance your skill--just like playing the pi- ano," Paula said. Call Paula at buy new computd ,' todd irof The Cloverdale Libr Orted raised the $3,000 needed rine B place the aging Apple IIgS children's area with a ne airs ne puter, i The library received a Ple of h Ronald  grant from Mc House Charities of the B thanks to GeorgeMcc m owner of the ]ocal franchise. They also received $150( the Friends of the Clo Library as well as donatio# ! i the Cloverdale Rotary andi ican Legion Auxiliary. Paula GIIt .... : .......... -, ........ ,body, It can be,,trmned ,and the notes," Paula said. . them learn. She has done choral 894-5267 today .... ,..,Co,,,,,..rys,de .. = FVsnm L aiqr c. ""  Pl.mbin"-" PROFESSIONAI.SERVICES Repairs Gas & Sewer Lines. Drains Tile Installation & Repair. Faucet Spedalist 24 HOUR EMERGENCY SERVICE THOMAS BRUNELLE.894-2482. PAGER 325-7422 JUSTMLLKAnRI ..a,d em WORD PROCESSING Transcription Spreadsheets Data Base Entry & Mgmt. Report'UMlos Case Histories All Typing Services KAREN STORTROEN 894-8648 Gary A. 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