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April 16, 1997, Cloverdale Reveille, Page 5 Wave Bob and Academic AI are so proud that they get to their non-profit with a check. Classes at Jefferson and Schools will be doing the same at special assemblies In Wave raises $18,201 The students at Washington and Jefferson Schools a big round of applause for their efforts in the Great Brain Wave! These students have worked hard at pledges from their friends and relatives for the past weeks and also preparing for Brainwave Day on March Washington students raised $9,667 in pledges and Jefferson raised $8,534.46. Not bad for their first year! alfofthe pledges have been collected by the students. renainder will hopefully be collected through billing that will out on April 16th. Teachers should be receiving their of the proceeds their class raised by mid May so that can use it before the end of the school year. will be an assembly held in May to present the nonprofit chosen by the classes with their percentage of the The student from each class that received the most will have the honor of presenting the check to the nonprofit of the assembly. people chose to be "Heart Sponsors" for this event by those students who were not able to get many pledges. School these include Anne Harris, Susan Lile, Bandi- General Mechanical, and Paul Rink of Palo Construc- gton School some of the Heart Sponsors were Marc Ms. Burgess, Mrs. Smith, Mr. Kelly, Ms. Lester and Mrs. as well as some generous anonymous donors. successful fund-raiser was a collaborative effort. It not have succeeded without the efforts of the students along with their teachers, their principals, board of the CARE Foundation, volunteers, community mem- Academic Brainwave has the potential to become the Productive fund-raisers of the year for Cloverdale Schools only raises money but challenges minds and teaches I. The Loggers woo the championship football game against the Sacramento Stray Dogs, 22-12. The Stray Dogs have been the champions for the past five years, but this year they met their match. Pictured are Cloverdale players who help make up the team. (Back row, from left) Michael Garrity and Neal Minnls. (Front row, Fred Oster and Todd Lands. Loggers Football Team wins championship gam e On Saturday, April 5, the Mandocino Logger Football Team played the Sacrfimento Stray dogs in Rio Linda for the champion- ship. The Loggers walked away with a sweet victory with a score of 22 to 12. The Stray Dogs have won the last five years, but this year they met their match. The only game they lost in four years was to the Loggers on March 8, 20-0. The Cloverdale men, all first string, really were assets to the team. They had some key plays in the championship game. Todd Lands caught a touch down pass in the end zone with Stray Dogs right on him. And when Sacramento made a last effort to come up with points by doing an on-side kick, much to their surprise-- Michael Garrity emerged with the ball. Shawn Fonnest and Amber Lane will marry at the United Church of Christ in Cloverdale on May 10. Lane and Fonnest to wed Mr. and Mrs. Paul Lane and Dr. and Ms. William Vander Weken would like to announce the engagement of their children, Amber Elizabeth Lane and Shawn Allan Fonnest. The couple are to be wed on May 10 at the United Church of Christ in Cloverdale. Maid of honor will be Kara Lane; bridesmaids will be Rhonda Wilson and Josclyn Torrarw, and flower girl-Brooke Vander Wek- ell. Best men will be Ben Titus and Andy Deines. Amber is a Cloverdale High School graduate, and a licensed graduate of the Ukiah Adult School LVN program. She is currently working as a night shi charge nurse at Santa Rosa Convalescent Hospital. Shawn is also a graduate of Cloverdale High School and of the Arizona Technical Institute where he was trained as an electrician. He is currently working as a RR signal man for Quality Signal Construction Co. of Petaluma, assigned to the Willows area. The couple have made their home in Willows, Ca. &lt; Everyddn00 for the Window BIG SAVINGS NEAL REYNOLDS WINDOW COVERINGS .... Free Estimates Free Installation ,ii, 20 Years Experience ---. ,__ _ . =,, ,,GRABER[) la94-Sllgl Neal Reynolds # Jet fighter, an F-14 Tomcat, Is still the cutting edge of Unlted defense. It flies proud of Its rellable service and Is a advances In aeronautical science. The Pacific Coast Alr and Crew Chief Guy Crow, Invlte the public to cllmb aboard, the cockpit. Wlth Imaglnatlon, you can "fly" faster than the hlgh reaches of our atmosphere. You can I museum collectloo alrcraft and restoration prolects on dlsplay, glfl shop and photo/memorabilia, and tours. The hours are Tuesday and Thursday, 10 am to 2 pm and and Sunday, 10 am to 4 pm. The museum Is a non-profit dedicated to promotlng the acqulsltlon, restoretlon, of hlstorical alrcraft. 'q-he grandest work a human being can do is to keep himself fit for the greatest thing he is capable of doing; the highest service he is Capable of rending; always up to the level of his greatest efficiency." 0 S Marden Homes tour 4/20 1997 Healdsburg Historic rake place Sun- 20 from i to 4:30 p.m. the Healds- Legacy Part- Foundation. will be served ifthe homes. 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