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t I !'i i!ii I Pa4,e 2 Cloverdale Reveille Aorii 24. 1991 A place to go - | = a way to growX / Sara, Ruby & Heather are Washington Sch named Citizen s of the Week Students of the Rm. 2, Mrs. Romain's 4th grade, and Callie Reese. became the #1 Room in Cafeteria Intramural Sports - The elemen- Washington School has an- a smileonhisface. tary Softball Tournament is in its Championship bracket with Rm. 2A, Mr. Gregg's class, and Rm. 7, Mrs. Smith's class, going for the "Home Run". Middle School Intramurals - The 8th Grade Girls are having a playoff Treasure Cove Pizza was one of the buildings where graffit was re- moved, much to the delight of Judee Pryor at the Cloverdale Nursery & Hallmark Shop directly across the street. The Boys & Girls Club of Clover- dale has kicked off National Boys & Girls Club Week, April 21-27, by launching a community service proj- ect. The Torch Club, a leadership club for members 12-14, has been removing graffiti from various buildings in Cloverdale. The rest of Boys & Girls Club Week will be f'dled with a variety of activities, such as a "Reading Rain- bow" project, city-wide gamesroom tournaments and projects in the Cultural Enrichment Department, which include making Boys & Girls Club pins, bookmarks and vases. The week will conclude with Cloverdale's First Annual Member of the Month Banquet on Friday, April 26, from 6:30-8:00 p.m. The night will feature a spaghetti feed and an awards ceremony where the Youth of the Year will be announced. After conducting a survey of 7-12 grade students, the Boys & Girls Club is excited to announce that Teen Nights at the Club are being changed from Tuesdays and Thurs- days to Friday evenings from 7-9 p.m. beginning Friday, May 3. We would like to express a big "thank you" to the Student Councils of both Cloverdale High School and Washington Middle School for helping us conduct our Teen Interest Survey. Great job] Don't forget to keep your eyes peeled on the paper for future an- nouncements regarding the start of our Summer Teen !)ces on Friday nights. Once again we have kicked off our Summer Camp Drive at the Club. Members are working dili- gently toward earning 30 points to make them eligible to be picked to attend summer camp from July 25- August 7 at Camp Mendocino. If you would like more information, contact Beverly at 894-5063. Reminder to all parents and kids - the Boys & Girls Club will be closing at 5 p.m. this Friday, April 26 in order for staff and volunteers to set for the Member of the Month Banquet. WlC's Annual Luncheon Card Party planned for April 27;atNilding At their April meeting, members events. "" " of the Women's Improvement Club In addition, it was voted to donate finalized their plans for the April $50 the the Helping Hand Clothing 27th Luncheon Card Party at the Fund at the Boys & Girls Club, as Veterans Memorial Building which well as $100 to Project Graduedon. will begin at Noon. ; All monies raised by WIC is Many lovely prizes will be given, donated back to the community and a $5 donation will cover both through local projects. Competition this week by earning the most stars when they were picked as the quietest, most polite table during lunchtime. Their Citizens of the Week are Sara Deines, Ruby Pratt and Heather Zaski. in Volleyball competition with the 8th Grade Boys. The winner will have their bags packed to class by the loser. Rumor has it that the Boys won[ We'll see! Ballroom Equipment Manager of the Week is Jessie Crider. Racketball Champion of the Week is Lisa Tindle. Congratulations and thank you, Mrs. Romain & Rm. 2, for a job well done! Positive Yard Duty Behavior Award recipients are : 4th grade - Morgan Kane, Antonio Sosa, Kristin Lane, Ben Smith and Serafin Rosas, 5th grade - Tina Trask, Branca Ma- ciei, Christina Delsid, Robert Porto Ya-Ka-Ama Nursery to hold Annual Spring Plant Show & Sale The nursery is part of Ya-Ka-Ama Indian Education and Development, Inc., a non-profit organization de- voted to the education and economic well being of Native Americans in the Sonoma County area. Located at 6215 Eastside Road in Forestville (near Mark West Win- cry), Ya-Ka-Ama includes 125 acres of fields, forest and orchard. There are native trails, spaces for camping, two natural ampitheaters, a stage wired for sound, a pow-wow circle and running water. From U.S. 101, take the River Road Exit then travel west. Look for the signs. Ya-Ka-Ama Nursery will be hold- ing its Annual Spring Plant Show and Sale on Saturday and Sunday, April 27 and 28, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. each day. In operation for almost three years, Ya-Ka-Ama Nursery is devel- oping one of Northern "California's best selections of native trees, shrubs, vines, perennials and bulbs. In addition, they have developed one of the largest selections of ornamental grasses (both native and non-native) in the entire state. Ya-Ka-Ama Nursery carries plants which are drought tolerant for sun or shade. Ticket sales continue to be brisk for PROJECT GI:t,DUATION 1991 Cloverdale Grove Druids Cloverdale Historical Society Italian Catholic Federation Robert & Lois Morse Neat Plumbing Owl Cafe St Peter's Altar Society Women's Improvement Club Dr. Thomas Yaeger Robert & Betty Fowler Knights of Columbus Preceptor Mu Theta 9.ztr.H American Legion Post #293 Reuser, Inc. ,, Look for the big poster in the Reveille's window,which will con- tinue to chart Project Graduation donors md donations. Tax deductible donations can be sent PROJECT GRADUATION 91 P. O. Box 141 Cloverdale, CA 95425 Project Graduation 1991 is right on track, with tickets being sold on campus every Friday during morn- ing break. In keeping with the theme, each week an "Under the Sea" question is asked during Friday morning announcements. The first senior coming up to the Project Graduation table with the correct answer wins a prize. Last week's winner was Blyth  Hogue, who correctly guessed that Moby Dick was the novel written by Herman Melville in 1853. She won a Citrus Fair T-Slfirt. compli- ments of the Cloverdal Citrus Fair., ProJect Grad organizers would like to say a great big THANK YOU to our donors who include: Brandt-Dilley Insurance Butch's Backhoe Clover Eiectirc Cloverdale Fire Dept. Septic running slow? Pipes don t wanna flow. G. $25 up I Call the man in the know ......... w . Iv PERMS $25 & up w- HAIRCUTS $7 It. CHILDREN'S HAIRCUTS $5 Call 894-2837 for Appointment Nena Griffith Phoenix Auto Cause he can make it go*. '\\; ROYAL FLUSH Factory Trained Personnel Complete Auto Body & Restoration Shop Paint & Glass Work, too/ INSURANCE WORK WELCOME 894-5735 Hours: Mon.- Fri 8:00 - 5:00 Sat. by Appt. 235 S. East St. nounced the names of its Students of the Week for April 15-19, 1991. Elementary Cord Meier always completes his homework on time, is ready to work and is conscientious in com- pleting his assignments. He did an outstanding job on his state report and extra mapping project. John Lorence has come a long way this year. He has made a lot of progress both socially and academi- cally. John has been working hard in math. He also has become quite a good athlete. Charles Owens is a very helpful student. He likes to stay after school and help straighten up the room. Charles enjoys art and P.E. He en- joys multiplication and math games. He draws a great skyscraper! Jney Daly is a hard working, likeable young man. He always has Tina Trask is a school. She is very is a joy to be around. Travis Woosley has great effort in im habits. Brandt Schmitz is worker. He is good very pleasant person. siderate of others and the classroom. Robert Porto Iove, s has taught a cartoon Robert enjoys jokes for the ridiculous. He addition to Room 8! Middle School lent job playing tenms. eye coordination is sica also has had outst pation this past quarter. Jessiea! ii Ed Herman and Steve Congdon with the winning "Ms Dazy'. Steve & "Ms Dazy" win 2nd honors in Apple Blossom Steve Congdon and his 1950 Hudson, "Ms Dazy", won 2rid place in the Decorated Auto Division of the Sebastopol Apple Blossom Parade on April 13. For decoration, Steve cut out poster board in the shape of apples and wrote short poems and say- ings. Ed Herman did the leUering Bird Rescue hosts annual Open House The Bird Rescue Center, a county. wide hospital for our native wild birds, will host its 7th annual Open House/Yard Sale the weekend of May 4th and 5th from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. each day. Admission is free. This  a rare oppmunity to go behind the scenes, whe the all- volunteer staff is caring for birds ranging from an adult eagle to tiny song and shore bird babies with a goal of returning them to the wild. Activities will be available for all ages, including games and prizes for kids. The Bird Rescue Center is located at 3430 County Farm Rd., off Chantae neat Community Hospital in Santa Rosa. Free Bonsai for him. One example was: "Sebastopol is so neat As we drive down the Celebrating the song With the Apple Altogether, there entries in this however the other done by organizations. Steve and Ms competing in Eggs Parade this as in Santa Rosa's Parade and town Parade. This Golden may be a more black Members of School's FHA-HERO Los Angeles for state got a tittle more they bargained for ing as they approached A UZe C, e4den the windshield of their compledeAy knocking t of its fmme. Glass first two rows, Imt was hurt. A helpful CHP off'w.r  Class to be offered '="=" and the eagle. A free Bonsai Class will be offered at the Cloverdale Seveatl day Adventist Church, 1085 S. Cloverdale Blvd. this Sunday, April 28 at 10 a.m. To gister, please call 894-3683. still able to stand up, was to a bird rescue treatmenL CUSD bus driver Riot is credited with not keeping everyone could have been a ation. SOFTWARE FOR LE$$ & Now Open at 20 E. First Street COMPUTER SYSTEMS & SOFTWARE **** Classes Begin May 15, 1991 - Call for Inlormation & Schedule APRIL GRAND OPENING Only $1589 386 SX COLOR COMPUTER with 1.2 FDD, 40MB HD, 14" Color Word Processor, Spreadsheets & Authorized Dealer and Service Come in or call us at " Fax Machines of" Cellular Phond " Training Classes