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April 9, 1997

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April 9, 1997, Cloverdale Reveille, Page 3 CL O VERDALE Cloverdale Pride Committee, a unit of the Cloverdale Development Commission, has established a HOTLINE aimed at eradicating graffiti in the volunteers, in cooperation with the City and Cloverdale Boys & Girls Club, have structured a they hope will eradicate graffiti within twenty- hours of its appearance. The starting point is a - a dedicated telephone line with voice-mail available twenty-four hours a day to receive of graffiti vandalism. The phone number is 707- and there is also a form on the Cloverdale Web allowing citizens to report graffiti online at .cloverdale.net/cityhall/city.htm The voice and Email will be retrieved everyday by volunteers will swing into action with a pre-planned approach eliminate the graffiti. Property owners who are will be asked to cooperate in the program, but volunteers from the Cloverdale Boys & Girls Club Stand ready to mobilize to paint out new graffiti hours of its being reported. Paint will be by the City and by local businesses. has been in the works for two years", says Robert Cloverdale Vice Mayor and Chairman of the Development Commission. Jehn has the project as part of a campaign promise , as he says, "a promise to myself." is part of the Cloverdale Pride Committee's to provide an inviting, pleasant environment, and visual impact oftbe community. For more information call 894-1726 or visit http://www:cloverdale, net/ News at luncheon 18 Chamber of will hold its quarter- at Noon lunch program April 18, at 11:45 am Chamber Offices lo,. 105 N. Cloverdale Bou- , the Cloverdale ). The event is spon- Eleanore Webster, el Services. will include: Sonoma Economic Vitality co-chairs Rod Dole County Auditor) and (Exchange Bank); Country Ce- by Robert Jehn dependent Con- by Steve Aieega; ,Man- and Black '97 by Chamber Eleanor Webster " Personnel Services). catered by Clo- will include: Tur- beef sandwich, cole slaw, potato, or Salad and dessert.Res- deadline is Tuesday, 894-4470 for more 115 West First Street Cloverdale, California (707 894-380( :t initiates program College Rosa Junior College intern program has in the Cloverdale District by Chief accepted a the Firefight- Trevor will re- college credits per se- completion of 240 ). ARer one earn a California I certificate and will training class- I also complete a list for the semester by the staff. for on-t4he-job the district. BUY OLD C-OLD, DIAMONI, PEARLS& 433-5597 The Cloverdale Lions Club held its annual Easter Egg Hurit on Mar. 29. Club members hid over 1000 eggs and numerous special prize eggs for children 10 and under to find. The Lions Club sponsored an Easter Egg hunt on Mar. 29. Kids had a great time searching the fields around Jefferson School for the over 1000 eggs hidden for them. Longs Pharmacy provided 5x7 pictures of the Easter Bunny. One of the youngest Easter Egg hunters seemed to be pleased with hla find. Hundreds of children showed up at Jefferson School for the annu- al Easter Egg hunt sponsored by the Cloverdale Lions Club. Lots of fun was had by the many children who showed up for the annual Easter Egg Hunt held the end of March. The most recent business RUMOR locally claims, incorrectly, that I am going to quit my business as your FTD florisL I AM NOT GOING TO: Close up my Shoppe! Close down my Shoppe!! Close my Shoppe!!! Thank you-.Janice Ash--Owner, Operator I I in nl I n 1 i m Nun ilUR 1 iim BiB N liD n i i i i *To thank all our customers, please save this Ad #2, and Ad #3, for a free bouquet on or after April 19, by bringing all three original ads into my Shoppe. (One per customer to May 1 only) Students help out Green Thumb Garden Club project High School students and adults worked to beautify Clo- verdale on Community Unity Day, March 27. At the north end of Cloverdale at the Garden Club's Adopt-A- Highway project the students were a big help. The Garden Club purchased 15 redwood tubs and they were planted and staked by the students They used two truck loads of wood chips to give a three foot space of mulch around the trees. This was done on the steep bank north of the Cloverdale welcome sign. Chips had to be carried up the steep bank by buckets. It was a hard job. Ken Screechfield connected a hose bib to the drip line system so there was water for the trees. He is currently connecting it to the main drip line and this week the club will add 15 more trees. Another group covered the banks near the welcome sign. They also had a bank and Jan Screechfield cut a path up the bank. They carried three truck loads of chips up the path with buckets and wheel barrows. The next group worked at the south end of the project and used three truck loads of chips. They placed five pieces of newspaper then covered them with four inches of chips for weed control. This was all done with the help of 20 students and teachers and 15 Garden Club ladies. At "the 10 am break the ladies had cookies and sodas to sharewith the students. "We want to thank all the students and teachers for all the hard work they did in one morning. This could not have been done without the help be- fore the work day," Co-chairmen Jan Screechfield and Millie Laudie said. The City had 15 men from the forestry service take the poison oak and other brush offthe bank and haul it away. Cal-trans delivered eight truck loads of chips to be used as mulch. Gallo Winery planted 12 grape vines at the base of our Clover- dale Welcome sign to go with the 12 redwood trees in that section. The welcome sign says %Vhere the Vineyards Meet the Red- woods". The last section of the project will be the South Point and work will begin as soon as the city has the underground pipe work done. More trees and shrubs will be needed so another plant sale will be held by club members April 12, 9 am to 4 pm in front of Ace Hardware. "This is the fiih year of the project and the Green Thumb Garden Club is pleased with the results. However, we could not have done it without the help of many people," Co-chairmen Jan Screechfield and Millie Laudie said. Cloverdale Fire Department seeks volunteers The Cloverdale Fire District is recruiting interested residents and business persons to join its fire-rescue team. Volunteer firefighters are sought. Citizens must be 18- years-of-age and in good health. Duties include firefighting, emergency first aid, equipment operation and maintenance. Able to respond to emergencies and attend weekly training. .e volunteer auxiliary is not engaged in direct firefighting, but it's members are willing to assist with administrative func- tions, support at the scene of emergencies, equipment maim tenance, public education, disas- ter planning, etc. Share your talents for the benefit of the com- munity! For further information call Captain Al Delsid at 894-3545. 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