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Page 8, Cloverdale Reveille, April 23, 1997 GET COMPLETE COVERAGE-GET FARMER&apos;S HOME AUTO BUSINESS LIFE RETIREMENT ANNUITIES 7 $:2:$"::'!-'>::':::.:x,$'::::::::: ::::2" "::" "" ": " "" " ::"" "":"" " "::::: .... :-'.':" "<: "- ':. " :::.'::-'.':" , " :.-: -'. X..>&  :-.?: Ballet Performance Planned Jefferson School students will have the opportunity to enjoy a performance of Teresa Lubar- sky-Schork's Healdsburg Ballet who will present "La Boutique Fantasque  (The Magic Toy Shop) at the Citrus Fair Pavil- ion on Wednesday, April 30 at 10 am. Debbie Perrault, Dance Docent, arranged for this cul- tural experience funded by the CARE Foundation. There will also be a peformance of this ballet on Sunday, April 27 at 2 pm and 7 pm at the Raven Theater in Healdsburg. Inter- ested families are welcome to attend. The cost is $7.50 for adults and $5 for children and seniors. California Reading Day On California Reading Day, Monday, April 14 the boys and girls in room ten each chose a short book they wanted to read to the class. Time was allotted The children enjoyed going be- hind the counter to see the tell- er's station with all of the coin and bundles of money and that the machine that counts dollar bills faster than they can count. They went inside the ATM booth to see how the money is kept in drawers for disburse- ment by customers using their ATM cards. Classes visited the bank as part of their social stud- ies curriculum. Special thanks to LeAnn, Cary, and Janet (a former Jefferson School Class- room Assistant) for the great tours! Kindergarten Registration Continues Parents are encouraged to come into the Jefferson School office and register your child for kindergarten in the fall as soon as possible. Student must be five years old by December 2, 1992 to enroll for the 1997-98 school year. We need an accurate estimate for them to take turns standing of the number of incoming stu- on a bench at the front of the class to read their story. How People Make a Difference Students in Mrs. Bowen's sec- ond grade classroom interviewed members of Jefferson School's staff asking about their jobs. Staff members questioned were Margaret Shafer, lead custodi- an; Stephanie Tognozzi, cafete- ria; Kathy deBane, counselor; Susan Lile, librarian; and Cindy Ostermann, secretary and me. The staff members enjoyed an- swering the questions. The class is learning how people help peo- ple and make a difference in others' lives. Classes Visit Exchange Bank All eight first grade classes visited Cloverdale's Exchange Bank duringthe last two weeks. dents who will be attending. Please bring your child's birth certificate and immunization records when you come to regis- ter. Allow a few minutes to fill out some forms. Classroom Safafl Students in Mrs. Vogensen's third grade class have adopted a cheetah cub through the Chee- tah Conservation Fund. They received an official certificate of adoption complete with picture and are in the process of coming up with an appropriate name. The adoption money goes to help endangered cheetahs in Africa. Yesterday, all third grade stu- dents were visited by "Classroom Safari". Bonnie Cromwell and her partner often bring rare and unusual animals from around the world including a serval from Africa, ferret from Europe, ta- rantula from South America, boa constrictor from South Ameri- can and the hedgehog from Afri- ca as well as a few surprises. The one hour presentation helps the students to better understand the animal world. This was a great opportunity for Cloverdale students to see unusual and rare animals up close and personnel. Daughters and Work Research shows that it is im- portant to link girls with work situations in which women are role models in order for them to remain confident and in school throughout their teens. Please talk to your daughter about the world of work and your job ei- ther out in the world or as a homemaker. April 24 is national "Take Our Daughters to Work  day. Wash- ington School encourages stu- dents to go to work with their parents. Jefferson School staffhost chil- dren, but we have never encour- aged our little girls to miss school. If you decide to take your Jeffer- son age daughter to work, please arrange for an Independent Study Contract immediately. Calendar Update Books and Beyond Gold Medal Assembly, Thursday, Apr. 24. Third Grade Starlab Planetar- ium, Wed., Apr. 28-30. Open House and Rigatoni Din- ner, Thursday, May 8. Grandparents' Day, Friday, May 30. Retirement party for Miss Peck', Mrs. Michelon, Mrs. Will- iams and Mrs. Hicks, Saturday, May 31. 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Cheese TUESDAY, APRIL 29 JEFFERSON Spaghem WASHINGTON Pizza Mac/Cheese BREAKFAST C.ai WEDNESDAY, APRIL 30 JEFFERSON Mini Corn Dogs WASHINGTON Mini Corn Dogs Spa0 BREAKFAST Donut THURSDAY, MAY 1 JEFFERSON Pizza WASHINGTON Pizza Meat Sandwich BREAKFAST Cereal FRIDAY, MAY 2 JEFFERSON Corn Dog WASHINGTON Burr Corn Do BREAKFAST Breakfast Bread BBQ Social to benefit SRJC Wine Society and scholarship fund A tribute to Rich Thomas Tri Tip BBQ/Social is scheduled for May 10 from 5-8 pm at the Santa Rosa Junior College Shone Farm. All proceeds are to bene- fit the Santa Rosa Junior Col- lege Bacchus Vinifera Wine Society and the Rich Thomas Scholarship Fund. The tickets for the event at a donation of $10/person may be available at the Sonoma County Visitors Center in Rohnert Park, Alder- brook Vineyards, Kenwood Vine- yards or by calling Bob Fraser at 527-4648. Saltwater The ocean has calmed down in the last few days, allowing boats to get out salmon fishing. Char- ter boats out of Fort Bragg are reporting improving salmon fish- ing and good bottom fishing. The average has been one salmon per rod out of Fort Bragg. Out of Bodega Bay the salmon fishing has also improved and trips are booking up fast. Boats out of Sausalito and the San Francisco Bay are reporting ear- ly limits while trolling flashers, hoochies and bait 20-35 feet down. Most of the salmon have been found offofthe Farallon Islands and southwest of the Golden Gate. As the season continues, look for more changes to the salmon regulations. The current limit is two salmon 24" in length or better. No silver salmon may be kept. Stealhead The Russian River continues to produce a mixture of fresh and spent steelhead from the mouth up to Ukiah. The Johnson's Beach area out of Guerneville was a popular spot last weekend. Most are using spoons including cleos or spin- ners including vibrax, some are using roe. The mixture offish is about 80% downstreamers and a few fresh. This year has turned out to be a good year for steelhead in the Russian. The return rate to the hatchery at Lake Sonoma is cur- rently 3589 steelhead, the Coy- ote Dam facility has had 3690 fish return to date. Lake Sonoma Bass fishing is rated good as bass are starting to move into shallow water to begin spawn- ing. Most are using worms and grubs to entice fish to bite. There has been some caught on spinnerbaits also. A 14 lb. catfish was caught last week in the Yorty Creek arm but catfish- ing is only rated fair at this time. AS temperatures warm up the bass fishing will get better and bigger fish will start to show. Clear Lake The bass fishing is rated good. Last week's cold front cooled down water temperatures send- ing fish down into deeper water. Some fish are currently spawn- ing in the north end During spawn larger fish! usually caught. Please catch-and-release if you fish on bass fishermen worms or grubs in brown chartreuse, and colors. Some are throwing white/chartreuse with fairn er definitely" and move fish into water. Lake MerKIoclno A few stripers have ported using a variety of: ods. A few have been live shad under a bobber, have been caught trolling 1 las 20-25 feet down, a fe been caught on topwater when the of shad to the surface. The striper fishing is rated fair but should with warmer weather. fishing has been slow. Th bite has tapered off with cooler weather, but prove. Track and Field results Cloverdale High School COUNCIL py Month, and Peace Officers 200M Andres Lopez,2nd Shot-put Chris Glasgow, 3rd 32' 2 V=" Andres Lopez, 4th 32 Ryan Billxo, 6th 28'5" Discus Alex McNulty, 3rd 51 '6 V=" GIRLS 1600M Amanda Plumiey, 3n:l 6:47 100M Hrdl. Kristin Lane, 6th 20.91 Brooke Fraser, 81h 22.06 Amy Showers, 2 1:15.18 Sequoia Medina, 1st 2:46.28 14'1V=" 22' 5V=" 64'7" 63' 59'7" 1 .O1.19 1 .g 400M 800M Long Jump Becky Buergler 1st Shot-put Becky Buegler, 4 Discus KristJn Lane, 3rd Amy Showers, 4 Jordan Jackson, 5 300M Hrdl. Kristin Lane, 4th Amy Showers. 6th VARSITY BOYS 800M Shot-put Long Jump High Jump 200M Discus Ray Barney, 4th 23.28 Ronnie Castfillo, 1 39'8V=" Adam Fonlana, 3rd 37"6" Daniel Lozano, 3rd 18' 1" Daniel Lozano, 3rd 5" Daniel Lozano, 1 24.0" RonnieCasl/o, 1st 128'6" Adam Fontana 3i'd. 115'7" Jetted Meier, 51h 9T4" TrilNeJump DanielLozano, 1st 35' 10" Ranjan Pillay, 5@1 30'71/2" The team is looking forward to the next two track meets athome. The first one on Wednesday, April 23, and the second on Wednesday, April 30. If anyone would care to help timing or run- ning a field event, please call the high school at 894-1900. We are hoping for a great deal of community support in main- taining the beautiful new track and field facility. It is a wonder- ful community asset as well as being invaluable to the high school athletic program. Please use it with care and avoid run- Ring on the surface when it is wet. We also ask that people keep bicycles and pets offofthe track surface, Thanks for the support. Thanks to the Herculean ef- forts of many people Cloverdale High School has a wonderful new curbed track! The new track appeared dur- ing the last two weeks with the unstinting work of Tex Dickens, the incredibly generous dona- tion of time, labor and equip- ment by Bob Andersen Excavating and a generous do- nation from the Cloverdale Li- ons Club. Without this united effort the track would still be a dream. There will be a brief dedica- tion of the track on Wednesday, April 23 directly before the be- ginning of this year's first home meeL The track team has been busy training and had their first com- petition in three weeks on April 16 at Willits. The Eagles com- peted against tough teams from Kelseyville, Willits, Mendocino, SL Vincent, and Andersen Val- ley. In dual meet scoring the girls team defeated Willits 50- 38. The Varsity boys had an out- standing day. Daniel Lozano placed first in the triple jump and 200 meter dash as well as achieving a personal best in the long jump, and trying for third in the high jump. Ron Castrillo was also a double winner in shot put and discus! Chris Glasgow achieved personal bests in shot put and long jump. Other results were as follows: JV BOYS 1600 M Alex McNulty, 41h 7.6 100M Andres Lopez, 2nd 12.92 Chris Glasgow, 41h 13.86 Healdsburg Ballet to peform April 27 A full length short story ballet will be presented by Teresa Lubarsky-Schork's Healdsburg Ballet on Sunday, Apr. 27, at 2 pm and 7 pm at the Raven The- ater on North Street. Tickets for the magic Toyshop and Showcase 1997 are on sale at Safeway, Toyon Books, Amoruso Printing and the Box Office atthe Raven Theator. The cost is $7.50 for adult sand $5 for childrens and seniors. Showcase 1997 features Healdsburg Ballet's artistic Di- rector, Teresa Lubarsky-Schork and David Henry dancing Pas de Duex , accompanied by the Classic Duo consisting of flutist, Dee Eastwood and Guitarist Robert Brown. Guest artist Tess Kielhammer-Schork will also dance a classical variation from Giselle" and one from Pas de Dix2 Healdsburg Ballet is located at 311 Monte Vista Avenue. For more information call 431-7617. REPORT GRAFFITI VANDALISM ON THE GRAFFITI HOTLINE 894-1755 Day. A Notice of Completion t waste water treatment be filed and recorded. The is scheduled to be prior to the Ma3 ing. Use of the Plaza for the will be on al. aswill an the County, the Cloverdale Boys whereby the City as lead agency for the project partially $58,519.41 grant Count Program received in Sitting as director munity Development the Council will a Briarwood Mobile Home Water System Project ding. This project was lawsuit settlement entered into in Oct. tween the City and the County Land Cor wherein the City stall the mobile home park upsizing the water nected to city water ment repairs. The Council will also the Economic Develol Strategy for fiscal, prepared by the velopment commission iv J This document is ly. There are three facets human being age, maturity. 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