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March 26, 1980

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Citrus Squares, Square Dance Club to report that a dozen new Came to try out on Monday b=nners Jefferson do need a few to come. The or four Monday's open for begin. nets, and so if you missed the opening date you can still come and enjoy good fun, exercise as well as reduce mental stress, because while you are listening to the caller, you don't have time to think about your problems. Please come and join us. You will truly enjoy it. We had several spectators, and they too are always welcome. Approximately four of the advanced squares were on hand to help the beginners, and later on to have fun in their advanced dancing. At this meeting special plans were formulated for the huge benefit Hoedown that is being planned for the High School Band on March 22nd. We are hoping that a goodly sum will be raised to send our band to the "Miracle of Vienna". I now understand that out of the twelve bands invited in the United States, only two are attempting to raise the funds to go to the Music Festival in Austria, and Cloverdale is one of the two. Please mark your calender for the next Monday's beginners Square Dance lessons. We'd love to see all of you there for fun, and good fellowship! See all of you there. :Wednesday, March 26, 1980 Page11 Cloverdale Volunteer Fire Auxiliary By DENA GAMBETTA The Cloverdale Volunteer Fire AuxiLiary are pleased to announce that their annual Corned Beef and Cabbage Dinner served on March 15th, was a huge success, finan- cially and with good food, and excellent fellowship. The auxiliary, which is very small is most grateful to the Volunteer Firemen for all of their help in all areas, from serving_ coffee, cashiering, salad etc. To each one a washing dishes, and clean-up. - special thanks for your We have a great group of Volunteer Firemen. Betty Mills, was the general chairman, and cooked an excellent dinner. Everyone remarked how excellent the food was. Dean Gambetta was the hostess, seating the guests at the table, and all the other auxiliary members helped to serve, clear the table, do the cooperative works in togetherness to make this once a year event a suc- cessful one. Some two hundred and fifty persona were served, in a festive setting at the Citrus Fair Building. During the evening, the adopted mother of the Firemen, Nellie Leehner had a birthday, and all the firemen together marched to her table with a huge bir- thday cake, singing Happy Birthday Nellie! Nellie, of course was overwhelmed and so happy. May you have many more as beautiful birthdays Nellie. On behalf of all the Fire Auxiliary and the Volunteer Firemen we say a great big "Thank You" to all those that attended and supported us. asks USDA CHOICE MEATS rn Democratic last Rep. 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