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Page 10, Cloverdale Reveille, March 12, 1997 BRAINWAVE - zation as well as tell them about their nonprofit. Special Olym- pics purchased T-shirts for both classes that chose them and the students proudly wear them to school each Friday. Since thekickoffs day students have been collecting pledges from friends and family. The total amounts that were pledged as of Friday, Feb. 28, only the second week into the event are as fol- lows: approximately $4,935 for Jefferson School and approxi- m 1- $7,300 for Washington School. What a fantastic job they are doing and they still have one more week to collect pledges! Just think, 10% of the money raised will go to nonprofit orga- nizations, many of them right in our town. The rest of the proceeds will be dispersed as follows: 50% will go directly to the classrooms and the class will decide how they wish to spend their earnings, 36% will go to the local CARE Educational Foundation, which directly supports Cloverdale Schools by funding grant re- quests and special programs. The CARE Foundation is also spon- soring this event in conjunction with Jefferson and Washington Schools. The remaining 4% goes to the Brain Wave organization to help with the cost of all the material such as pledge packets, thank you cards, and county-wide pub- licity, that was supplied to us. Over 40 schools are participat- ing in the Brain Wave event this year. On March 20th students all over Sonoma County will be taking the challenge and answer- ing questions in teams and cor- rect answers will be tallied. Students will collect pledges and will send out thank you notes to each of their sponsors. In May schools will host a final assembly where each class will award their nonprofit with a check for 10% of their class earn- ings. The student in each class that received the most pledges will get to present the check to their nonprofit representative. This will be a very exciting day for the students when they will feel the joy of giving as well as receiving! DEL WEBB ize to their community," Murray pointed out. Nick Brooks, Sales Manager was next to speak. He said sta- tistics show that most Del Webb home buyers are married with annual incomefrom $46,000, and most of them do not play golf. Project Manage Jack David- son said that Cloverdale repre- sents the results of Del Webb's search for a community that would accommodate a smaller project without a golf course. The park area will be retained and there will be a hiking trail along the creek. Del Webb will spend $31.1 million on the project during development plus $850,000 on marketing. Davidson predicted a $2.1 million payroll while the project is under construction, estimated to take three to four years. Long term benefits outlined included an increase in retail sales of $3.3 million, property taxes totaling $700,000 a year. Impact fees would come to $2.2, million over the project's life. Brookside Drive improvements and a new water tank for the. city, plus off-site sewer and wa- ter lines would cost $1.4 million. Once constructed, a Homeown- er's Association would be orga- nized to oversee the clubhouse and other amenities. A volun- toer neighborhood watch is usu- ally organized in Sun Cities, as well. Cloverdale was chosen for a Sun City because of its ideal location in the Wine Country and its proximity to Lake Sono- ma, the Russian River and the Coast, Davidson said. The town meeting only attract- ed some ten interested citizens who had little to say in opposi- tion. Possible impacts on the local medical care system and on traf- rice were cited but the Del Webb staff felt these could be mitigat- ed. Following the presentation those attending were treated to a bountiful buffet of cookies Ca- tered by Patti & Friends. !!! CLOROX LIQUID ! BLEACH MD lUtTHROON 12 PACK/2 PLY WHITE (280 SHEETS) 1 GALLON, REGULAR SALES PRICES EFFECTIVE 3/12/97-3/18/97 / NIIIIN TOP ="_!_.'.'._--'7" 30Z, ASSORTED CREST TOOTHPASTE TUBE, 6.40Z OR GUMCARE OR SENSmVITY PROTECTION, 2.50Z ASSORTED 89 SPACE JAN PRERECORDED VHS VIDEO TAPE $5 MAIL-IN REBATE WHEN YOU PURCHASE SPACE JAM AND RENT TWO WARNER BROTHERS VIDEOSI DETAILS INSIDE VIDEO! HALLEY CHILl WITH mEANS OR BEEF 15 OZ, ASSORTED SHOP LONGS FOR THE PLASTIC Win'fLit mAmTmrmau NImlITN|N 24 Count 1 7/8"; 12 ,=, .......... 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