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I Page 6, Cloverdale Reveille, April 9, 1997 Good Friday Ecumenical Service a success Editor:. On the evening of March 28th, Good Friday, we were part of a' community Christian gathering at Washington School Gym. What a wonderful experience to see members of seven churches in the Cloverdale/Geyserville community meet to pray and worship. Congratulations to everyone involved in organizing and present- ing the ecumenical Good Friday Service at Washington School, and especially to the large numbers of friends and neighbors who were there. One of the congregation commented that everyone who is talking about all the hatred in the world should be there to see how love and fellowship really live here in Cloverdale. About 150 people were expected, and about 275 arrived. Supplies of programs, candles and seats were quickly exhausted. As soon as benches were added, they were occupied. The service was based on prayer, scripture readings and song. The theme was the common belief in our Risen Lord. Refreshments were brought (and consumed) by members of each congregation as neighbors socialized after the service. Hopefully, this will be the first annual event; themore we can come together as a community, the more we can break down those barriers which serve to divide us from each other. I suggest, though, that next year there be a bigger place for the service. Jerry Webster Soroptimist corned beef feast a success Editor-. Soroptimist International of Cloverdale would like to thank all of the men and women who helped make our annual beer tasting- corned beef and cabbage such a success. . Thanks to the many who helped serve the beer, those who helped with the setup of tables and chairs, and a special thanks to the Ernie Hunt and Bob James Band who provided the music. Thanks also to the many people who bought dinner tickets. It is always heart warming to see the generosity of our Cloverdale citizens. They can be assured that every dollar of the event goes back into our community, to help make Cloverdale the great place to live that it has always been. The Soroptimist main focus is women and youth needs. We appreciate your support, see you next St. Patricks Day! Lorraine Humphrey, Soroptimist International of Cloverdale Little League Opening Day Saturday, 4/19 Dayley Field is the place to be on April 19, 9 am. It's opening day for the Cloverdale Little League. This is the biggest event for one of the biggest youth programs in town. The Cloverdale High School Band will be on hand to liven things up with their tunes. This is a day of tradition and ceremony as the American past time is handed on to the next generation. Don't miss the Row ne AuloPol Feed 1 . The CARE Foundation 11 present r LIp Sync show at the auction. Above (BR from left) Rmrla Dr. Clord i, Bob Porrau, (FR) John e and Wayne Humphrey, wore some of the featured entinors in last year's show. CARE Foundation to present Lip Sync Show at Rotary Wine Auction/Polenta Feed April 26 CARE's third annual Lip Sync Show will provide entertainment during the upcoming Rotary Wine Auction/Polenta Feed on Satur- day, April 26 at the Citrus Fair. Last year's event was a big hit. The Lip Sync will take place during the Rotary Wine Auction/ Polenta Feed. Bruce Campbell of Healdsburg will once again be the wine auctioneer. Rotarian Bob Del Sarto's famous polenta with chicken and sausage gravy will be accompanied by salad, bread and dessert. Dinner will also be served at 6 pro. Presale tickets are only $15 for the dinner, the auction and the show, and are going like hot cakes. Call Bob Perrault for tickets at 894-3554. CARE is a local nonprofit foundation that raises funds to supplement academic, artistic and cultural programs in Clover- chile's public schools. "We depend on your support. Our spring fund-raisers are the Lip Sync Show and our annual play. Sexual harrassment topic of workshop "In California, an employer is strictly liable for the exual harassing conduct of managers and supervisors, and liable for harassment of an employee by co-workers,  notes workshop pre- senter Eleanore Webster, president of Empire Personnel Services (EPS). More than ever before businesses and organizations are realiz- ing the need to sensitize employees at all levels to the importance of what sexual harassment is and what it isn't; what employees should do if they are sexually harassed at work and what supervi- sors should do if employees report sexual harassment. This workshop on prevention of sexual harassments, sponsored by the Cloverdale Chamber of Commerce, will give your supervi- sors and employees the training they need. Mandatory Managers Meeting Webster has taught classes in Human Resources Management All Little League managers are required to attend the Monday, f0r Golden Gate and Sonoma State Universities andhas a Certified April 14, meeting at 6 pm, Daley Field There are many la litinute r u ]fi '  ..... "" nagement Consultant designationl am6ng mtnyothe q al" - details to work out before opening day.. , cations. She also serves as Chair of the Chamber Board of Direc- Senior League Tryouts set for April 12 ters. The workshop will take place on two separate dates, Wednesday, On April 12, there will be another chance for those unable to April 23 from 3-5 pro; and Friday, April 25 from 8:30-10 am at the attend the first tryout. Chamber officer at 105 N. Cloverdale Bl. Cost of the seminar is $25 Returning players are automatically assigned to the same team per person, or $20 for each additional company member. For more Winner tours wine country by ' By Rick Thomos Clovordale Pride Committea On the beautiful Spring morning of March 23 was the the winner of the Cloverdale Wine and Visitor Furber Sr., was scheduled for his Wine Country Originally scheduled for a 10 am liftoff from the airport by the vineyards an unexpected fog bank en Sonoma County Airport where Pilot Rick Thomas adjustment to 11 am arrival and the plan was set. Before liftoff Mr. Furber said that he has flown all world but never has he flown around Cloverdale or Cloverdale Airport. As planned aider liPoff, we did a slow turn over the drenched community. I positioned the flight path so Mr. could see from a birds eye view the homes and new he has built. We then flew to Lake Sonoma, Knights Valley. Along the way Mr. Furber shared a story flight he took in a B-26 while in the Air Corps in war. The landing gear would not come down. His descri fire trucks and ambulance being sent to the airfield clearly expressed the emotion of what was felt so man I told him that my uncle few a B-26 but forgot to men same malfunction happened to him also. Both without incident and now make for a good story. Now we were near Geyser Peak on our descent back landing at the riverside Cloverdale airport. The Wine and Visiter Center would like to thank Mr. his generous support by the purchase of 10 raffle tickets glad that he enjoyed his flight. A Great Blue Horon in full plummage. Photo by Philip Heron Days on Clear Lake The Redbud Audubon Society and the Lake County Land Trust are sponsoring a nature appre- ciation event--Heron Days--on April 12, from 9 am to 4 pm at the Anderson Marsh State His- toric Park on Clear Lake. The event will include pon- The Audubon coffee and park and the AndersoS Interpretive Association  duct tours of the house as well as sell deserts and coffee to toon boat rides in Anderson The Marsh where a variety of wild- but advanced fowl will be viewed, field ns t the park, tours of the ms,on( tl ranch house, and several inter- esting presentations, including a lecture and slide show on Great Blue Herons, presented by ex- pert heron researcher Phillip toon boat the Lake mation Center at 3743. (No children please). as last year. Haven't signed up yet?It's not too late! You may still sign up for Senior League on these same dates. Please bring an original birth certificate and proof of residency to the City Park. Scholarships are available. Wednesday, Aprll 9 Family History Cir., LDS Church ............. i" .... 9 a.m.-9 pm Soroptimist International, Sciaini Office ................... 12 pm Senior Center, Grange Hall ....................... 9:30 a.m.-4 pm Bingo, Kings Valley Seniors ....................................... I pm American Legion & Auxiliary, Vats Bldg ..................... 8 pm Sup. Paul Kelley, City Hall ............... .. ....... 8:30-10:30 am Senior Citizens Poituck. Vet's Bldg ..... :., .................... Noon Roadng 20's Lioness Club, Potluck,Grange Hall ....... 7 pm Thursday, Aprll 10 ' Thrift Sale, United Church ................................. I0 to 3 pm Rotary Club, Owl Cafe ......................................... 12:15 pm Cioverdale Host Lions Club ................................... 7:30 pm Frlday, April 11 Toastmasters, The Blvd. Dali ..................................... 7 am Senior Day, Center, Grange Hall ..................... 9:30 to 2 pm Saturday, Aprll 12 Family History Ctr., LDS Church .................... 9 a.m.-1 pm Flea Market, Citrus Fairgrounds ................. 7 a.m. to 4 pm" Thrift Sale, United Church ............................ I0 a.m.-1 pm Sunday, Aprl113 Flea Market, Citrus Fairgrounds ................. 7 a.m. to 4 pm Monday, Aprll 14 Boy Scout Troop #41, Ci Park ................................. 8 pm Cloverdale Citrus Fair Board, Citrus Fair ................... 8 pm Cioverdale Hospital Distirct ................................... 7:30 pm Tuesday, April 15 Family History Ctr., LDS Church .................... 5 p.m.-9 pm Senior Center, Grange Hall ................................ 9:30-4 pm Writer's Circle, Library .................. ......................... 1:30 pm Cloverdale Historical Society, United Church .......... ;. 7 pm CARE Foundation, Jefferson School ..................... 7:30 pm Copper Tower Family Health Comer Free Blood Pressure Check ................... M-S, 9-12, 2-6:30 OutReach Mental Health ............... :. T, Th., 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Free Vaccinations ......................................................... 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