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Cloverdale's Newest Citizen Courtney Jade Davis Celebrate May with music at WIC's monthly meeting The Cloverdale Womans Im- provement Club will hold its monthly meeting in the Pat Hare room of the Cloverdale Regional il ............  Library on Wednesday, April 3, at j, 1 p.m. The club will have its annual May Music Program, featuring students from Mr. Connolly's instrumental class. It is hoped that Tiffany McAdarns and Citrus Fair Queen Dana Emmel will perform a duel Davis annouce the arrival of their daughter, Court- ;Davis who was born Feb. 6, 1991 at Healdsburg General Hospital P.m. Courmey weighed 8 lbs 10 ozs and was 20 3/4 " long at her sister and brother (pictured) Fanesia Davis. Her grandparents are Thelma Davis of Cloverdale and 3eyserville. She also was welcomed by numerous Aunts, Sierra Colleen Baker brake and Mark Baker, of Cloverdale, announce the birth of a Sierra Colleen, who was born March 5 at Healdsburg General She weighed 7 lbs, 6 ozs and was 20 1/2 inches long at birth. Her are 3arbara and Dennis Drake of Lakeport, former ts. Her paternal grandmother is Colleen BakerofBodega Kings Valley Update By Julia Naiman, A ctivities Director No Senior Feed Day on Saturday the 30th. Instead, the Residents Club will have a brunch on Easter Sunday, the 31st, at Noon. They will be serving a delicious brunch- style breakfasL SNAP dinners are served Mon- day thru Friday in the dining area at Noon. If you would care to join us, please call 894-4172 a day in advance and make a reservation. Would love to have you, and all Sure need it. Everything to turn green and is a beautiful time The ducks are starting on their nests and soon we baby ducklings waddling Barbara Moore is at on Tuesdays from 10 p.m. to help with your appreciate having her Thank yon, Barbarat is Moyie Day in the Seniors are welcome! Do come and join Mop Doll class was a real success. Charlotte McManus If you missed it and would like an- from 11 a.m. til other, do let me know and I will Blood Pressure read- arrange another class. Thanks, Charlotte! Have a good week and take care! Trash Can Con features locking lid ndles with wheels for Designed for years of Louise Morris, the club's 1st Vice President, invites all community members to attend this special evenL Following the meeting, refresh- ments will be served by hostesses for the month, Jo Morse and Pat Claxton. For more information regarding this month's program, or about WIC, please contact Mrs. Morris at 894-3663. APRIL 91 Martin and Hazel Bauman celebrate fiftieth anniversary To further celebrate their fifty years together, Martin and Hazel plan a summer trip to Alaska's inland passage. Martin and Hazel Bauman, resi- dents of Cloverdale since 1969, cele- brated their fiftieth wedding anni- versary March 3. The Baumans received anniverary meetings from many friends and relatives, and from the White House. They spent their anniversary and the following day and night in Mendocino., Three daughters and two sons-in-law joined them there, treating them to two nights at the Joshua Grindle Inn. A highlight of the trip was their anniversary dinner at the Mendocino Hotel. During their fifty years together, Martin and Hazel have lived in various parts of California, Arizona and in a sawmill camp in western New Mexico. They raised five daughters, who in turn have given them eleven grandchildren and five great-grandchildren. Hazel & Martin Bauraan Members learn secrets of making Chamber successful Calling himself "Johnny Chain- her-seed", Santa Rosa Chamber President Keith Woods last week told a group of local members that the Chamber can and should be the single most important organization in any community. "Nobody can do what a Chamber of Commerce can do," he said. He defined ten things that a Cham- ber could do to be more effective. 1. Take time to truly understand what members wanL 2. Be far more business-like in dealings with members. "They aren't making a donation when they pay their dues", he said, 'they're making an investment." 3. Treat members that belong a lot better rather than constantly recqaiting new members. 4. Devise and promote "Buy Lo- cally" programs. 5. Tourism & Promotion. Mr. Woods said "as other areas become urbanized, Cloverdale will become more and more attractive." 6. Economic Development - This involves helping local businesses survive and prosper, but it also means having information ready for firms wanting to know more. 7. Become more involved in gov- ernment affairs on both city and county levels. "It's gone from law of the jungle to jungle of laws", he noted. 8. "Belong to the Chamber for FUN and profit!" Make belonging to the Chamber more fun and more productive with events and work- shops that help business and pro- vide information. 9. Become more involved in social issues. Pointing to the current 21% drop out rate county-wide, he said, "The Chamber should get involved in education. Today's stu- dents are the future workforce'. 10. Be a Cheerleader. He encour- aged the Chamber to put on events that make the community feel good about itself. Noting that it's important to run the Chamber like a business, Mr. Woods stressed that it is not neces- sary for a Chamber to be big to be effective. "It just needs to care." llllllllillllllllllll .' 1991 Cloverdale | 9 | Phone Books are here ., c The 1991 Cloverdale Phone Directories have arrived. w ,LE s,s ,.s ! if you did not already receive one on your door step, you I I are wecome to stop by the Reveille office and pick one up any .ovel or Bow Rake I weekday between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. l Shovel with forward turned steps and 47" tong handle, Rake with 14 teeth and 54" handle Both handles feature cushioned grip 70533 70535 ACE TRADING CO. l The Reveille is located at 207 N. Cloverdale Blvd. 1 q[immmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm Win, m FINE ITALIAN DINING Ramazzotti's Family Affair will feature JOAN HULBERT SCHEFER at the Keyboard EVERY SATURDAY THRU MARCH 7-10 P.M. Come enjoy Dinner, Dancing & Listening to Good Music of the 50's & 60's! s. ....  s., p.. 894-4009 We will be closed Easter Sunday I 4 Cubic Foot Wheelbarrow Rolled edge seamless tray with red enamel baked finish, 59" lacquered handles and pneumatic tire with steel rim 75793 vinyl leather, plastic and against drying and from sun and other Ih40 S ell cmmm's Hardware 124 S. Cloverdale Blvd. 894-2165 Man-Sat 8:00-5:30 Sun 10-3:00 SPRING RUMMAGE SALE April 10-11-12 March 27, 1991 Cloverdale Reveille Project Graduation '91 tickets go on sale Cloverdale High School Senior Amy Sprague, pictured above with Project Graduation 1991 Chairman Lou Thompson, was first in line to buy her ticket last Friday morning. Mike Medly was the first boy to purchase a dcket and Svenja Wiototsky was the first foreign exchange student to purchase one. Amy, Mike and Svenja each received a $5 gift certificate to Seth's Office Supplies. Fundraisers are becoming a fact of life at Washington School Washington School's Parent/ Teacher Club welcomed a good turnout to its 4th annual Dinner/ Auction at the Citrus Fair on Satur- day, March 16. Hats off to Mrs. Shirley Klein and all her committee members who did another IMPRESSIVE job organiz- ing this outstanding FUNdraiser. And of course, Mr. Pearl's Teriyaki Chicken was as delectable as ever! We want to thank all the families, individuals and businesses for their generous donations to this year's auction. Your support is certainly appreciated. Another fundraiser, the Magazine Sales, completed a successful two- week drive to raise money for grades 4-8. Again, these funds will help subsidize field trips and special assemblies. We want to thank the parents, relatives and the community in gen- eral for supporting this fundraiser. A special thanks to Blair Schweikl for her time and effort in directing the Magazine Drive. Also, we want to thank Lynn Mills, Carey Fraser and Chris Jackson for donating their time to count the money on turn-in days. The students raised over $4,000! Great job, kids! Our new Hispanic Group on campus is raising money for the Chaco de Mayo celebration later this spring. Mrs. Rosemary Schwan, the club's advisor, said that the group raised about $100 showing the movie "Home Alone" during lunch time over a three day period. Stu- dents paid $1, which included a bag of popcorn and a pepsi. In the Music Department, Ken Collins has announced that the band is in the middle of their annual candy sale, which will continue thru April 8. These funds will be used for their Spring Trip and other needs within the Music Program. As one can easily see, fundraising is part of the school culture these days. Unfortunately, budget cuts necessitate these fundtaisets which in turn help enrich student pro- grams. Washington School is cer- tainly grateful for all the community support for these activities. Contributed by Gene Lile ml Cale Easter Specials BAKED HAM $7.95 Served with mint jelly ROAST LEG OF LAMB $8.95 Served with mint jelly Choice of Potato, Vegetable, Soup or Salad Hot Tea or Coffee 485 S. Cloverdale Blvd. 894-3369 i Great, Big, Blooming Colours Poster Prints Now Specially Priced 20"x30" only $19.95 12%18" only $16.35 Take advantage of dab special savings on KODALUX Poster Prints made from your favorite 135 color negatives, slides and prints. Panoramic Poster Prints also speciaU priced Special Prices Good: March 13 - April 9 M-F PHOToLAB 894-4979 9:30-5:30 Sat. 9:30-Noon 435 N. Cloverdale Blvd.