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March 19, 1997, Cloverdale Reveille, Page 7 • School Honor Roll  ’a’ Priripal Honor Roll -Barney, Gabriela Michelle Hall, Aug- Alex Kyriakos, Vic- L, Danny Amann, Chantry, Julie Collins, Cummins, Mindy Hare, Johnson, Tim Jopson, an, Bryan Rankin, Mac Butler, Brian- Hannah Sutton, Ruth Drew Peterson, Katie , Chris Mills, Jose Martin- )in, Natalie Pesce, Rydquist. Honor Roll DenBeste, Laura Jef- Amanda Erica Caven, Lisa Che- JessicaTrum- Missie Collins, Diaz, Linsey Sorenson, McCluskey, Corinna )er, Kevin Sauder, Davis, Annie Gunnink, Schraner, Richard Von and Matt Vronos- I rNrm Principal Honor Roll Adams, Brian Stephen Saucier, Malissa Kelsay, Shouse, Aimee Edmondo, Grechko, Brad Heller, Ackerman, Marissa Gar- Hinrichs, Brandy and Kayla Pedersen. Honor Roll Brandt, Alejandra Lorena Figueroa, Chris Jimmy Hultberg, Llink Elia Gastineau, Kevin Ahanu Santiago, Alfre- Taylor Vadon, Jason : ! Pisaro, Jamie Bogner, Brittany Garcia, Daniel Jewell, Shannon Smith, Adam Zanzi. Sixth Grade Principal's Honor Roll Carly Adcock, Michael Barry, Angelique Bernal, James Brick- er, Julina Crayford, Matthew Crippes, Sarah DaIBalcon, Daniel Dersham, Andrew Greene, Emily Greenhalgh, Kyle Jackson, Daniel Leipnik, Chris- topher Lemley, Victoria Martin- ez, Megan McClellan, Robert McCluskey, .Maximo Orozco, Jonathan Piehl, Adriana Reyes, Arnulfo Rosas, Andrew Smith, and Megan Tures 6th Grade Honor Roll Brigitte Andrew, Leslie Bae- za, Misti Barber, Thaddeus Bar- ry, Tracy Berg, Kathryn Bogner, Erik Cason, Mathew Cordes, Kelly Eison, Shawn Fogarty, Travis Garrett, Clara Gonzales, Juan Gonzalez, Trisha Hernan- dez, Zachariah Houser, Bobby Huls, and Kenny Johnson. Paula Lusk, Nicole Martin, Casey Matthews, Angela Mc- Cullough, Juana Montoya, Rach- el Morgan, David Ortega, Dustin Peterson, Crystal Powell, Chad Prieskorn, Jenna Prieskorn, Rance Rege, Anthony Thomas, Lance Villa, Alex Viramontes, Tabitha Warlick, and Renee Wat- son. 7th Grade Principal's Honor Roll Megan Andersen, Shelly Anderson, Kristin Bogner, Leigh Brandt, Arthur Calzontzi, Shaw- na Cerveny, Erica Chavez, Whit- ney Cox, Christopher Gerboth, Robert Goldberg, Dana Haug, Janessa Johnson, Christina Keeney, Natasha Lane, Andrew Leipnik, Laci Sessions, Jason Siebenthall, Kyle Siebenthall, Joshua Smith, Bridgit Travin- sky, Rebecca Tyrone, and Adri- an Valle. 7th Grade Honor Roll Matthew DeCaminada, Leah Edwards, Jessica Getts, Alma Carrillo, Adam Hull, Jennifer Johnson, Christina Morgan, Judy Martin, Fernando Bar-  ::: ragan, Brandon Hickman, Mal- inda Kelsay, and Michael .. Rebottaro. Leticia Sanchez, Angel Orozco, Shawn Cook, Maria Hernandez, Sarah Hester, Emmett Atkin- son-Stokes, Brian Clayton, Ter- ry Cook, Tyler Silva, lan Jones, Alan Freitas, Christopher Smith, Sarah Pedersen, and Alonzo Diaz. 8th Grade Principal Honor Roll Nora DeDontney, Tyler Lusk, Parisa Edmondo, Rocio Carrillo, Crista Doty, Amy Lile, Jacque- lyn Bilbro, Joseph Rebottaro, Maria Ga]van, Molly Connolly, Maria Delgado, Emily Gunnink, Kristi Amann, Jared Clancy, Rori Iraci, and Jacob Bricker. 8th Grade Honor Roll Nate Sutton, Jennifer Huls, Rajiv Pillay, Jennifer Wilson, Rachel McKean, Matthew Mun- cy, Joe Travinsky, Heather Cer- veny, Jared Zucker, Christopher Muller, Ehren Werner, Melissa Garrett, Sarah Hughes, and Ser- gio Reyes. / Bob and Michelle Leonard were hosts for a Chamber After-Hours Thursday, providing guests with a sumptuous buffet and a tour of their chiropractic office located at 214 N. Cloverdale Blvd. They are shown with Pastor Paul Stark, center. Lower Lake Historical Schoolhouse Museum holds Fashion Festival '97 Volunteers sought for phone follow ups The Volunteer Center of Sono- ma County is looking for volun- teers who are interested in performingphone follow up work several hours a week for one to two months. Contact Ruth Lefkowitz at 573-3399. Restaurant features quality food and great prices A lot of people say, 'When your McDonald's, and sports nostal- town gets a McDonald's, your on gic tin signs. Georgeson also hired 50 local residents to staff the 60 seat restaurant--so drop in and say hi to your friends? Georgeson decided to open his restaurant here because he only forsees growth and good things for Cloverdale. He plans on pro- viding fast and friendly service to local patrons and also wishes to help the community. At his grand opening, he gave a check for $500 to the Cloverdale Boys and Girls Club to rebuild aRer the fire. McDonald's is located at Treadway & S. Cloverdale Blvd. in the "New" Furber Ranch Shopping Center. Zezza, Kathleen Brown, Kathy Elson and owner George dedicated to friendly service and great food. the map?' McDonald's Restaurant is the first new business to open up in the Furber Ranch Shop- ping Center. It was opened last year by George Georgeson, who also owns the Healdsburg Mc- Donald's. If your hankering for juicy burgers, Bic Mac's, fish fillet and grilled chicken sandwiches with crispy golden fries, shakes, hot apple pies, Egg McMuffin's, ht carmel topped sundaes, and teys for the kids at prices that can't be beat, pick up your feet and high- tail it to McDonald's. The decor of the restaurant is a little bit different from other "Fashion Festival J7", a fund- raiser for the preservation of the Lower Lake Historical School- house and Museum, is sched- uled for Saturday, March 22, at the museum, 16435 Main St., Lower Lake. Tickets are avail- able for a $15 donation per per- son, and advance reservations are necessary. Presented by the Lower Lake Historical Schoolhouse Preser- vation Committee, the event will begin at noon, according to mu- seum aide and event coordina- tor Jane Weaver. This is the second year the Fashion Festi- val has been presented at the museum, which opened in the fall of 1993, noted Weaver. The festival will consist of a presentation of "current fash- ions worn by all age groups" and a luncheon catered by Madelene Lyon, of Konocti Catering, Kelseyville. Fashion selections fro m Lady-B-Wear and Kealoha Originals, both of Clearlake, the Quail Patch, Kelseyville, and Sylvie's, Middletown, will be pre- sented during the show. Everyone attending is encour- aged to wear an Easter bonnet, said Weaver. Prizes will be giv- en for the most beautiful and the most original bonnets. Spring pastel colors and deco- rated hats will adorn the tables, said Weaver. Music will be pro- dded by Ruby Smith playing the piano. Guests will be served by local celebrities. The winner of the event's raf- fle will receive a $125 silver pen- dant hand-crafted by Gene Magoon of Magoon's West, Low- er Lake. A $100 money hat will be given as the second prize, Weaver said. Tickets may be purchased at the museum in Lower Lake and at each of the participatingcloth- ing stores. The Lower Lake Historical Schoolhouse and Museum is open 11 am-4 pm, Wednesday through Saturday. For addition- al information about Fashion Festival '97, call Weaver at the Lower Lake Historical School- house and Museum, (707)995- 3565; Lake County Museum Curator Donna Howard, (707)263-4555; or the Lake Coun- ty Visitor Information Center, (800)525-3743. 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