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Page 8, Cloverdele Reveille, March 19, 1997 Jena Schweitzer works on a sign for the upcoming FHA-HERO car wash, bake and rummage sale benefit. Andrew DeCamlnada and Josh Tures are spearheading the event. FHA-HERO to hold car wash, bake and rummage sale to raise funds Mar. 22-23 By Mictmel Doolan, FHA-HERO It&apos;s that time of year again, when the Cloverdale High School FHA-HERO students will attend the annual State Leadership Meeting. It's coming up in April, in Los Angeles. FHA-HERO students have been working long and hard on their competitions; in fact for about six months, in class and long after- school hours. This means that they are keenly anticipating the State Meeting. In February, they participated in the competitive qualifying event in Concord at Mt. Diablo High School. They were victorious, taking about two-thirds of the gold medals home. They are all hoping to do equally well in the State Finals, which are held at the annual State Meeting. Unfortunately, it costs nearly $400 for each student to partici- pate in the State Finals. Not every student owes that mount of money, because of year long fund-raising efforts. But many of these competitors still need to raise over $100 in the next five weeks. Students are having a car wash-bake sale-rummage sale set for March 22 and 23. The cost of car wash tickets is $4 each. Both the car wash and rummage sale will be held at the high school. The bake sale will take place in two sites--at the high school and in front of Clover Market. Hours are Saturday, 10 am to 3 pm and Sunday, 12 noon to 3 pm. Stop by either of those days and help support a very worthy cause. These students need your help! While your car is being washed, you can look through the items at the rummage sale and eat a "goodie" from the bake sale! Teddy Spaghetti Dinner Fundraiser set for Friday, April 11 at Fire Department On Friday, April 11, from 5-8 pm at the Cloverdale Fire Dept, the Roaring 20 Lioness will host their second annual "Teddy Spaghet- ti" fund-raiser dinner. "Teddy Spaghetti" dinner proceeds will go to purchasing the comforting Teddy Bears that our local Fire and Police Departments give to traumatized children and adults. The complete spaghetti dinner includes homemade deserts and beverage. Prizes will be raffled throughout the three hour event. Pre-Sale tax deductible tickets are available at Radio Shack; adults $7; children under 10 $3.50. The Lioness are asking the entire community and all past Teddy Bear recipients to come and support this worthy cause. SRJC's Concert Choir and Chamber Singers to perform Santa Rosa Junior College's concert Choir and Chamber Sing- ers will present their Early Spring Choral Concert, Thurs- day, March 27, at 8 pm in Bur- bank Auditorium on SRJC's Santa Rosa campus. Admission to the concert is free. Both choirs are considered to be among the best of their kind in California's community colleges. Dr. Curtis Sprenger will direct the choirs and Robert Young will be the pianist. Solo- ists include Carrie Englehardt, Ondina Council, Gregory Pankow and James Sebastion, all of Santa Rosa. SRJC's Chamber Singers will perform two of the "Trois Chan- sons" by Debussy; a madrigal by Gesualdo, two songs from the collection "Sweet Songs of Na- ture" entitled Blow, Prairie Wind" by Beadle and "The Flea and the Fly" by Elaine. Several French art songs will also be performed by advanced voice class students. SRJC's 50 member Concert Choir will perform love songs by Brahms and Dello Joio, a chorus from the "Creation" oratorio of Haydn, two of the "Four Pasto- rales" by Effinger, and a contem- porary hoedown, "Kansas Boys," by San Francisco composer Kirk Mechem. For more information, contact Dr. Curtis Sprenger, SRJC Mu- sic Department, 527-4249. Healdsburg Library spring art show The Spring Art Show at the Healdsburg Library will feature photographer Philip Rasori of Healdsburg and sculptor Peter Lang of Santa Rosa. The show will run from April 1-30 and will be open Mondays through Sat- urdays from 1-5 pro. A reception will be held on Wednesday, April 9 from 5-7 pro. A slide presentation by Philip Rasori on the Hulis of Papua, New Guinea will be heldWednes- Serving refreshments to city councilwoman, Carol Chase, are Sue McBride (I) and Johanna members of the Friends of the Library that sponsored the art show re Wines served at the event were generously donated by Bandlera Winery in Cloverdale, a member of the Friends of the Ubrary. of the Healdsburg Library and the Library Advisory Board. It is free and open to the public and will be held in the Forum Room, Healdsburg Library, Center and Piper Streets, Healdsburg (433- 3772). iThe cle Ubrary Art Committee and Friends of the I, 1 rLa day, Ap| 30 from 7-9 p, ..TllL "lfd'aar. y-M ?To"offer'therlance to me3ftfie'@ts prbntly-e --Slmnm"e!a show is sponsored by'the friends the library. tte  and a nice ch)d attended. The exhibit will ontinue through March 29. The artist is displaying sculpture; Ron Brown, monotypes; and Sharon Kozsi-Reddy, painting chatting with Northern Sonoma County's Ubrary Commissioner, Bill Adams who was on hand occasion. Specializing in the Cloverdale and Healdsburg Colleen Jones i ' | Fc/a//yFryu I  (707) /9,1-.:1:;7 I " I CC,,r6r.C,  sfaction . "  l Thursday, March20,7.9pm,  Guaranteed!" I Prizes to begiven Thursday, March 20.7 pm-9 pm i Weddings, SpeciafPart 9 Events, Holidays k.. CitrusFairgrounds  PO Box 883, ClovenlaIe, CA 95425-- 894.5219 < loverda00 900w.r Send A Touch of Spring for Easter, March 30 This Easter, shower them with baskets of blooms... warm as spring! Your local florist is offering the freshest quality of flowers and plants for your Easter holiday, including beautiful Easter lilies and plants, unique gifts, and specials on corsages for Easter Sunday. Send the F Tl  [ 1/ Spring Blooms xM Bouquet  /' for Easter, March 30..:=. From$29.9S "q NEW LOCATION First Baptist Church, 450 S. Franklin St. (Last Room, South End) Open 9-1 Easter Sunday W00ight Wateh00r00 i ii (]lovo00alo (000mmun00j 10 WEEK SESSION Beginning Thursday, March 20 Cost: $120 It's time to think of summer, healthy eating & feeling great. Come join us! For more info call Teri, 894-5402 CLOVER MILK BIDIIIIEII We still have the BEER lowest price! ,[ =4 . 12 Oz Cans ,'- , ,,,," 001'14 LOCATIONS Ill NOW NnVl SURa0000jW'I00D At 8otll I,u 204 N. Cloverdale Blvd., 894-2844