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Calendar March 27, Commu- Day. Friday, March pring Break. April 7, Kindergarten Begins. Thursday, 10, PTC Meeting. Thurs- 17, Site Council Meet- April 18, Books and ends. Sunday, April 20- April 26 Public Schools May 1, Open May 30, Grand- Tuesday, June 10, Tea. Friday, June 13, v of School. Spring Break will be no school from March 28 Fri- rCamp be opened. School re- Monday, April 7. Assembly of TV turn-off week, Women's His- guest speak- Was Mrs. Kinsey, of Jefferson stu- Clayton and Lucas Kin- Kinsey titled her talk, Her lively pre- asked students to use to picture the things Mrs. Kinsey television particu- in her stories camping out in the before sleeping bags host 4th tourney Lyons Eagles varsity team hosted the fourth Cloverdale soRball tour- g suc- to coach Marga- with a nice turn- came in third, in a repeat of inning really hurt ok; we learned a staying focused. They Well all weekend," the game the Eagles as Calistoga won 10-0. was one for three RBIs; Heidi Yanglin three with an RBI; sh was one for an RBI; Zita Konik with a double RBIs; Cindy Besio was Erinn Jensen, one with an RBI; Caitlin for two with a triple game with McK- Eagles won 10-2. was two for four RBIs; Heidi Yanglin, Zita Konik was one with a double and an , Wilson was one for an RBI. Cio- 4-2. one for three; Bran- for three; Shelley ; Caitlin Jens- three with two dou- an RBI. to Salesian brought into a third place iaVne with McKinleyville won 18-1. was the tourna- after defeating game the Eagles Rose 3-1. pitch- Santa Rosa, striking and walking three; striking out walking none; McKin- Striking out six and none. She was losing the Salesian game struck out five and game, strik- alking one. Her record so far is five and Central League i:I play March 27 in a game Tont - 00000- 0 - 002 8 x- 10 - 001000 1-2 - 003 151 x - 10 - 400 000 00- 4 - 000 100 1- 2 -00001-1 - 630 8 1 - 18 Ubrary vleits All classes will visit the city library this spring. Students will walk to and from the Cloverdale City Library. If you do not want your child to attend, please in- form his/her classroom teacher. Mother and Daugl'fler Volunteers Jessica Bennight and her mother Jane have been wonder- ful volunteers at Jefferson School. Jessica, a student at CHS has worked with children at Jef- ferson School for three years. She is in the ECE (Early Child- hood Education) class at CHS. Jessica's mother, Jane, has been a volunteer since Septem- ber, 1996. She works with Miss Harris' class, reading to children. She also helps Mrs. Samperton and Mrs. Toboni, organizing readingbooks, makingbeoks and helping with water projects are needed. Jessica plans on becom- ing an elementary school teach- er. Jane feels that volunteering helps the students and the teach- ers and she loves being a helper. She would encourage everyone to become a volunteer as it is very rewarding. Jane and Jessi- ca have live din Cloverdale since 1979. Jefferson School wants to thank the Bennight mother/ daughter team for their count- less hours of dedicated volun- teer work. Conference Wrap.up Conferences were a huge suc- cess for both parents and staffat Jefferson School. We want to thank the large majority of par- ents who attended. We also want to let you know how much we appreciate the large number of you keeping your original ap- pointments. Pajama Day Teachers and other staffmem- bers surprised Jefferson students last Friday morning by wearing their pajamas to school. This astounding occurrence was to kick off the Books and Beyond Reading Night that was held on Friday evening from 6:30-7:30 pm in the Jefferson Cafeteria. Lunch Money When you send a check or money for a ticket, please make sure that your child's first and last name and room number are on the check or envelope. This is especially important if your child's last name is different from yours! If you send in money for a lunch ticket, please realize that charges (if any) will be paid out of the money first and the re- mainder applied to a ticket. Milk, 20 cents a day, $1 a week. No milk charges. Lunch, $1.25/ day, $6.25 week. $25/4 weeks. Reduced lunch, 40 cents a day, $2 a week, $8/four weeks. As part TV turn-off week, Imagination and Women's Hlstow Month, the star guest speaker of the Mar. 14 Jefferson School was Mrs. KIns/. She spoke of the things she did when she was a child- willhout TV or VCR's. (Above) Principal Claudia Plumley, and Clayton Kinsey and Lucas Kinssy with their grandmother. Jemdca Bennight and her mother Jane (above) have been wonderful volunteers at Jefferson School. Jessica, a student at CHS has worked with children at Jefferson School for three years through Cloverdale Hlgh's Eady Childhood Education Class. Her mother, Jane, has been a voltmteer Mnce September, 1996, helping several Jefferson School teachers. Varsity Eagles win two games By Roberta Lyons The Cloverdale Eagles varsity baseball team won both of their games last week with Potter Valley and Calistoga. The Eagles defeated Potter Valley 4-3 last Wednesday. Win- ning pitcher was Jeff Randolph. Cloverdale scored when Joe Huang got a base hit and made it to second and then TJ Bird sin- gled him in. In the third inning Chris White hit a 2 run RBI bringing in Brady Cox and TJ Bird. In the fourth Inning, Justin Jackson singled to right field; David Bowen hit a double allow- ing Jackson to score the winning run. There was a controversial call in the last inning when the bases were loaded, with two outs, and a Potter Valley player stole home. 'We umpire calledhim out," said coach Rick Berry," but it was really a pretty close call." At Cloverdale Potter Valley - 200 001 -3 Cloverdale- 102 100- 4 In play with Calistoga the Ea- gles won 8-2. Winning pitcher was Brett Lile. In the first inning David Bo- wen hit a double and Joe Huang was walked. TJ Bird and Chris White both singled in runs. In the second inning David Bowen doubled again, Joe Hua- ng singled and Jeff Angeli sin- gled, scoring Bowen. Then TJ Bird hit a home run bringing everybody in. David Bowen hit a home run in the sixth inning; Jeff Angeli had a run in the seventh after singles by Chris White and Jeff Randolph. Bret Lile pitched four innings, struck out seven, walked two and gave up three hits. JeffRan- dolph threw two more innings, struck out two and gave up two hits. TJ Bird came in for the seventh giving up one hit and striking out two. At Calistoga Cloverdale - 240 001 1 - 8 Calistoga - 100 002 x - 3 The Eagles will begin North Central League I play with Ft. Bragg on Thursday Mar. 27. The test of enjoyment is the re- membrance which it leaves be- hind. Jean Paul Friedrich Richter =. March 26, 1997, Cloverdale Reveille, Page 3 Assembly of God, Parkside Christian Chapel, 553 W. Second Street, 894-2893: Choir and individual vocals on Easter Sunday, Mar. 30, during the 11 a.m. service. Everyone is invited to attend. Cloverdale Neighborhood Church, 28 Tarman, 894-3445 or 894-4908: The church welcomes all to attend the celebration of the resurrection of Jesus at the Easter Services to be held at the church. Sunrise service is at 7 am, Easter breakfast 8 am, Sunday School 9:15 am and morning service 11 am. The theme of the morning service will be "The Glory of the Resurrection." EI)lecopal Church of the Good Shepherd, 122 N. Main, 894- 3479: Regular Easter Services, Mar. 30, 9:30 a.m. First Baptist Church, 450 S. Franklin St., 894-3274: Regular Easter services will be held at 10:45 a.m., Sunday school 9:30- 10:30 a.m. Grace Lutheran Church, 890 N. Cloverdale Blvd., 894-2330: On Easter morning, members of Grace Lutheran Church invites the public to enjoy a free breakfast that will be served at 8:30 a.m followed by a joyous celebration of Christ's resurrection at 10 a.m. They will have an Easter egg hunt for children during the service. Oat Valley Baptist Church, 31000 Cooley Lane (Hwy 128 ac- cess), 894-2998: Special message about the resurrection for everyone at 11 a.m. St. Peter's Catholic Church, 491 S. Franklin, 894-2535: Confes- sion will be offered at St. Peter's Church on Good Friday, Mar. 28, following the 12:15 noon service and on Holy Saturday from 1-1:45 p.m. The public is invited to the following services: Mar. 27, Holy Thursday, Mass of the Last Supper, "This is my body. This is my blood." 7:30 p.m. Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament until mid- night. Mar. 28, Good Friday, Celebration of. the Lord's Passion. "Christ became obedient for us even unto death." 12:15 p.m., confessions follow. Ecurnenical--'Candlelight-Tenebrae Service," A candlelight service, 7:30 p.m., Mar. 28 at Washington School Gym--all of Cloverdale is encouraged to come and celebrate our common faith together. The Easter Vigil Mass, 8 p.m. "He is risen from the dead and He is Lord!" (no 5:00 p.m. mass). Mar. 30, Easter Sunday, The Mass of the Resurrection, "Jesus is risen; let us sing!': Our Lady of Mt. Carmel, Asti Church, 8:30 am.; St. Peter's, family and children's mass, 10 am; Our Lady of Mr. Carmel, Asti Church, Spanish Mass, 10 am. United Church of Cloverdale, 439 N. Cloverdale Blvd., 894- 2039: Good Friday: soup supper (sign ups in advance), 6:30 pro; Tenebrae Service, 7:30 pm, with choirs. Easter Services 11 a.m., confirmation Sunday, special music with choir singing. Cloverdale Chflstlan Fellowship, Washington School Gym, 894-2784: Easter Services 10 a.m., Pastor Dave McDonald will be teaching. There will be a full worship team, special drama presen- tation, lots of singing and interaction. Ecumenical Good Friday Service The following churches will hold an ecumenical Good Friday Service March 28 at Washington School gym at 7:30 pm. Assembly of God-Parkside Christian Chapel, Churchof Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, Cloverdale Christian Fellowship, First Baptist Church, Neighborhood Church, St. Peter's Church, Geyserville Christian Church, and the Seventh Day Adventist Church. The theme of the service is -Tenebrae" or darkness to light. It is characterized by the use of candles and lights to accompany reading from the Scrip- tures. It is a reflection of Christ's death and burial, and anticipates the Easter celebration. Call Jerry or Eleanor Webster at 894-5177 k or Gary Lorenoe at 894-5041 for more informatiorL .......... River RoadRendezvous set for May 4 The Annual River Road Rendezvous (Picnic), is planned at the KOA Kampground on Sunday, May 4, from noon to 5 pm. This year a potluck buffet is on the bill. Participants are asked to bring their own plates and utensils; coffee and soft drinks are provided. There will be complimentary Wine Tasting and door prizes. All this and a tim, Springtime get-together for: adults, $2.50. Kids under 10 years-free. Watch for more info to come.