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Page 4- Wednsday, March 26, 1980 i i I ' ' "- J Chamber Chatter Mayo \\;" " r Jack Domenichelli appointed to I Sonoma County Harvest Fair Board Jack Domenichelli, Mayor the Fair Board Executive a Cloverdale : ''= ='"'dnl6ll': " .::j YES ROTARY: We have indeed noticed the new benches li of Cloverdale, and local real Committee. He was ap- 10 years, Thou : your organization has placed around town recently. Benches estate broker, has recently pointed to the Fair Board by missioner Th i rg.........:.;i. ), are now located or will be very soon in front of Montgomery ! been appointed a Director of Supervisor Nick Esposti. County i N Wards, Penny Fair Market, at the Library, Shop 'n Save, the ' the Sonoma County Harvest Domenichelli's position as consists Episcopal Church and one Rotarian said there is one "down  Fair Board. treasurer started in thestreet from the Church" (Wherever that is). What a nice The Harvest Fair Board November, 1979. He is also from By Nobody in Particular WORTH REPEATING To repeat from the Congressional Record, "One of the greatest safeguards we possess to insure our American quality of life and the preservations of our precious freedoms is our system of public education. Like all our great in- stitutions, our public schools are at their best when they are staffed by not only hard working men and women, but also by teachers who are inspirational and have the ability to transmit their high standards of excellence to their students. Cloverdale High School in Sonoma County, California, is particularly fortunate to have as its band director just such a man. Steve Connolly ..... " MORE THAN MUSIC More than music, more than a band, more than student participation in a fabulous international event with other students from around the world, the Cloverdale High School Band stands for "excellence" in both music and in the conduct of its students whenever they are representing this com- munity. It is in the recognition of these standards that this community is showing an unprecedented support for and belief in. One of the greatest tributes a community can pay itself is in the recognition and desire for greater, stronger and more idealistic values. As we strengthen and enforce our own values and beliefs, we also strengthen those of the com-' reunify. As Carol Chase has said, "It is a tremendous outpouring of love for Mr. C.", but, beyond that, and more than an out- pouring of love, it is a community's recognition of the highest of all ideals man has to offer this earth he inhabits and the only lasting gift man has to leave those who follow. CLOVERDALE I LOVE YOU The following two letters are samples of the kind of respect and support Steve Connolley and the C.H.S. Band receive: To Whom it May Concern: II is with great pleasure that I write this letter of com- mendation for the Cloverdale High School Band and its superb conductor and teacher, Steve Connoily. II has been my pleasure to hear and adjudicate the CIoverdale High School Band in a number of festivals. They never fail to impress audiences and judges with their per- fection of detail, impeccable intonation, and outstanding musicianship. It is no accident that this relatively small band from a small northern California community has become recognized throughout the entire state. The musical qualities and the personal qualities which these fine young students exemplify reflect the love, dedication, and ability for plain hard work which Mr. Connolly teaches to his students. To those of us who are fortunate enough to know him personally, Steve is a greal friend, a great teacher, and a great in- spiration. Mr. Connolly and the Cloverdale High School Band have received nunerous honors over the years. Perhaps the two most significant honors have occurred recently; last year when the California Music Educators voted Steve Connolly the "Outstanding Music Educator" in the State of California, and Ibis year, the band's invitation to participate in the Vienna International Cultural Exchange. Mr: Connolly and the fine Cloverdale High School Band deserve the strong support of all of us in this most worthwhile endeavor. Very truly yours, Daniel S. Hiestand Professor of Music Chico State Univ. Mr. Steve Connolly Band Director Cloverdale High School .9 N. Cloverdale Blvd. Cloverdale, Calif. 95425 Dear Steve: It was truly a pleasure to meet such an enthusiastic com- munity as you have behind your outstanding music program in Cloverdale. Your group will represent well the City of CloverdaLe, the State of California, and our country at the Ninth International Youth and Music Festival in Vienna, Austria this summer. Your band will be performing along with groups from Japan, Russia, Israel, South Africa, Germany, Austria, and several other Western European countries. May I commend the entire community for their support for this tremendous project, and to you for your tireless leadership. Sincerely, Craig D. Northrup Music Direeoor h international Youth and Music Festival Calendar of events Wed. Mar. 26th American Legion at the Veterans Memorial at 7:30p.m. Bingo at Veterans Memorial at 7:30 p.m. Cloverdale Unified School Dist. at High School at 7:30 p.m. Senior Citizens at Veterans Memorial at 1 p.m. Thurs. March 27th Cloverdale Lions Club at The Encore at 7:30 p. m. Cloverdale Rotary at Papa John's at 12:15 p.m. Alanon at St. Peters Church at 8 p.m. Sat. March th Auction for the Band Fund at CHS Girls Gym at 7:30 p.m. (Viewing afternoon2-5 p. m. ) Men. March 31st Cloverdale Fire Dept. at the Fire Hall at 7:30 p.m. Chamber of Commerce Board at Tourist Center at 8 p.m. Square Dance at Washington School at 7 p.m. Orange Blossom Garden Club at Grange Hall at 1:30 p.m. Altar Society at St. Peters at 7:30 p.m. Tues. April Ist Cloverdale Odd Fellows at Grange Hall at 8 p.m. Relief Society LDS Church at LDS Church at 7:30 p.m. Grange C.W.A. at the Grange Hall at 1:30 p.m. Drivers License at Veterans Memorial at 9 a.m. Century Lions Club at Grange Hall at 7 p.m. Art Commission at The Studio at 7 p.m. V.F.W. & Auxiliary at Veterans Memorial at 8 p.m. gift for our town. OTHER GOOD DEEDS: I was just slitting here minding my own business the other day when in walked "Nick " Malardino with a check in the amount of $318.50 for the Cloverdale High School Band Fund. It seems that the Cloverdale Boxing Club is no longer active so the directors, "Nick", Jean Halikas and Dr. Quam voted the bank balance be donated to the Band. The twist to this little story is that Malardino plans to be in Europe this summer, and if the Vienna Hotels have not been sold out, he just might stop in for a while and say hello to the kids. NEWZABLES: There are a number of news releases flying around the top of the desk this week so we'll share them in part with you...The first, from "Ship Productions" announces the details of the benefit dance for "Band-Aid" to be held on Sat. April 5th from 9 p.m. until 1 a.m. at the Citrus Fair. There will be two musical groups playing. That will be "Survivor" & "Propellers". The donation at the door is $3 but you can buy tickets in advance at $2.,50 from the High School or at Pick's Drive In. On April 12th we will be able to enjoy another Histerical Flea Market offering a wide variety of merchandise. Bodksto basket-work...you can get it here. And several of the boothes will go to the "Band-Aid." ()TILER "*EVENT-AGES": Our Chamber friends in Healdsburg sent along a new release on the up-coming 20th Annual Spring Blossom Tour set for March 29 - 30th. Everything starts at the Villa Chanticleer and includes 30 miles of touring the full bloom prune orchards and wine tasting. Our Healdsburg friends are great supporters of our parade and fair, it's nice to be able to attend their events. (But! be sure to be back in time for the auction at the highschool Sat. night ! ) LAST BUT NOT LEAST: Comes the announcement from the Sebastopol Chamber of Commerce that the festival en- titled this year, "Apple-Olympics" will take place on April 12th and 13lh with the big parade on Sat. the 12th. The Apple Blossom Queen pageant will be held on March 29th. THE LATEST: from Chairman Pat Rose on the Sister City Visit is that quite a group has signed up so far and the final money-for-ticket deadline is April 2lst. A greyhound bus will take us from Cloverdale, U.S.A. to the S.F. Airport to catch Canadian Pacific's Dinner Flight at 5:20 p.m. and whisk us non-stop to Vancouver, landing at about 7:15 p.m. There will be met at the plane by some of our  Canadian friends who will transport us the 25 miles to Cloverdale, B.C. Friday evening we will enjoy the hospitality reception and get located. St. morning their big parade rolls down the street and we will attend the famous Cloverdale Rodeo in the afternoon. The rest of the weekend has been well planned and we return Sunday night. The advantage of going ot the Airport by bus is that you can kiss your luggage worries goodby (or kiss you luggage goodbye? I as we will be dropped at the door. The more who sign up to fly, the lower the cost of the ticket. Louise Andersen at Sheehan Travel is handling arrangements for the trip. And, oh yes. If you want to be billeted, let us know as soon as possible_or there is an inn now in Cloverdale called Clydesdale. Rate there is $25 single, $28 double and $40 for a suite. This is the only Inn in Cloverdale so we must get our. reserv=ations up there before the cowboys do. .... :,,:./!, SMALl, WORLD DEPT. Mr. Pawlin got into a conversatiln the other day with a gentleman at the Redwood Smorgette who inquired about the band trip. "If there is anything I can do to help, let me know" he said. Who was he? Mr. Henry Bloch on the way to his home in Oregon. Occupation? The Counsel General of Vienna! No to 14-16 ft. wide trailers Legislation to allow 14-foot- wide trailers to move on California highways is on the verge of becoming law. It requires only the vote of the Senate and the Governor's O.K. before the mobile home industry has its way and unleashes these road barges on the unsuspecting motorists of California. Now to compound the travesty, a companion bill, AB 2898, has been introduced by Assemblyman Roos that would allow 16-foot-wide trailers to be moved over California highways. That's 4 feet wider than the widest highway lane. Actual on the road testing of the 14-foot wides by the California Highway Patrol and CALTRANS in 1971 prompted both state agencies to recommend against moving 14-foot-wide trailers on California highways. They cited both safety and congestion problems as reasons. They repeated their stand against the movement of 14-foot-wide units in 1975 and in 1977. Now, the two state agencies have been silenced by the Governor's office, favoring the bills tAB 677 and AB 2698) as a sup- posed means of making low cost housing available. California has over 5,000 fatal auto accidents a year. Large trucks have a high, disproportionate ratio of involvement in fatal and injury accidents. To allow trailer units of 14 and,16 foot widths to ply Californi'a high- ways with lane widths of only l0 and 12 feet at the widest is to flirt with compounded disaster. Judge Day appoints campaign coordinator Campaign coordinator for the Committee for Judge Richard Day is Clare Capadona Greene, Glen Ellen, it was announced recently. Judge Day is running for election in the June primary as Sonoma County municipal judge, a position he was appointed to in 1979. worked on many political campaigns in the county. Headquarters for the campaign are at 575 Healdsburg Ave., Santa Rosa, lelephone 526-6336, and il will be open weekdays from 9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. through the June election. Greene, a graduate of Santa Rosa Junior College and Sonoma State University with a degree in English, lives with her husband Steve in a home the two built themselves on a portion of the original Jack London ranch. She lived in Santa Rosa before moving Io Glen Ellen Iwo years ago and has consista of 5 Directors ap- pointed from the twenty members of the Sonoma County Fair Board. In September, 1979, Domenichelli was appointed treasurer of the Sonoma County Fair by the Board of Directors. In the ap- pointment he also serves on serving as chairman of the Budget and Finance Com- mittee, and is a member of Ihe publicity and racing committee for the Fair. Since 1970, Domeniehelli has been involved with politics. He is presently serving his third tenure as mayor of Cloverdale. He was member at a member president Rotary Club. Cloverdale Frances children Mark. NCA has expanded its services to Cloverdale The National Council on Alcoholism, Sonoma County has expanded its services to three new sites in the com- munity (in conjunction with :the Mental Health Depart- ment ). in Cloverdale, Guerneville and in Sonoma. Among the free services offered are: Drop-in, pre- treatment counseling, in- formation-referral resources, literature on alcoholism, AA- AI-Anon schedules and other helpful aids. These services will be open to anyone needing help with alcohol related problems, be it an individual, family member, groups or prefessionals. The National Council on Alcoholism started nation wide in 1944 and was in- corporated at Sonoma County in 1958. The Council initiated the D.U.I. (Driving Under the Influence) program in the local schools plus the Drivers Education program in the schools. The NCA has done Crisis training for their 24- Jani.ce Pellegrini receives nurse s cap Scvenly-lwo freshmen nursing students received Iheir caps tCapping pins for mail sludentsi at Samuel Merrill Hospilal School of Nursing's annual capping asipinning c ellemony held Friday evening, March 14, 1980. The presentation signifies the student "s achievement of academic and clinical excellence during the first year of the three year nursing program. Among those capped during the candlelight ceremorJy was Janice M. Pcllegrini. daughter of Mrs. Virginia Pellegrini of ('loverdale. iiiii!L The ceremony, held at the First Presbylerian Church in Oakland. was presided over by Laine J. Ainsworth, president of Merritt's board of directors. Abby Heydman, R.N., chairperson, nursing, at Saint Mary's College in Moraga delieverd the keynote address, and William M. Johnston, M.D., presidenL presented greetings from the medical staff. The invocation and prayer recitation was led by Elder Harold G. Dacus, Business of the Week LES RYAN REALTY EACH OFFICE IS INDEPENDENTLY OWNED & OPERATED hour hot line phone service alcoholism (,M4-7544) plus staff training bership, in various agencies in through Sonoma County. NCA A repre distributes over 14,000 pieces NCA's of free literature each month Mont and receives over 100 I&R Rosa will calls per month. The locations majority of calls received are from 1:30 - 51 first time contacts that a Monday paticular individual has 2866; ask made to anyone concerning an alcohol abuse problem. Wednesday Funding for NCA is from 894-3313; ask United Way, Revenue Friday- sharing, grants, county ask for FIND THIS BUSINESS ON YOUR WHITE & GREEN PHONE BOOK COVER. Dr. whose daughter Rosa was" among Ihose capped during the ceremony. Laurel Peters. R.N., M.S., freshman instructor, was selected by lhe class of 1982 as their Lady of the Lamp. As a traditional part of the ceremony, she lit a candle held by each student sym- boliziug the high nursing standards they hope to attain. Merritt's School of Nursing is affiliated with Saint Mary's College in Moraga which granls an associate degree to all nursing students. The school, which is 71 years old, has graduated nearly 3,000 nurses and is one of only four hospital-based schools of nursing in Northern California. It offers a well- balanced program of academic study and clinical experience. Applications are now being accepted for Fail, 1980 and can be obtained by calling 655-4000. extension 441. ANNUAL Lion's CIu Easter Egg Hu Sat., April 10:00 am JEFFERSON GROUNDS Pre School thru 3rd Grade FRESH ..... AS BREAD OF THE DAY Vlon. - Dutch Crunch Thurs. - Rye Tues.- Egg Bread Fri. -Onion Bread Wed.- Herbal Bread (All Breads Available ANY DAY by Special Order), These Breads Available EVERY DAY- Wheat Pocohantis Ecology Sour French For Easter, Easter Basket Edible ,:i! CAKES GREETING CARDS ' :' Attractively boxed = s14 's =300s Watch for our "Sunrise Just Specials" every morning Cloverdale Bakery 122 East First Street 894-4329