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? at 00r00hi;eWTer:00e n d Roberts will be among those offering demonsWa- work at The Orange Tree's Open House this Saturday, o 5 p.m. and Sunday, April 28 from 10a.m. to4 p.m. will include such things as Mop Dolls, Dry Ar- Painting, Glass Etching, Dough Roses, Tole and Petal to name just a few. While there, be sure to register to Redwood Oil Painting by Shirley (pictured in the back- No purchase necessary. is located at 123 N. Cloverdale Blvd. Anril 24. 1991 Coverdale Reveille Pae 3 Sandra Decker recognized by EF Educational Foundation El= Educational Foundation for other Cloverdale citizens who have Foreign Study is a non-profit organi- also made a real contribution to in- zation dedicated to furthering under- relational understanding this year. standing between nations through Host families and high schools student exchange programs, which have opened their hearts to In honor of National Volunteer foreign students deserve to be corn- Week, April 21-27, EF Foundation mended," he said, "as do many other President Lars Fritz recently paid community members who have tribute to the volunteer efforts of helped these students discover what Sandra Decker, one of their Inter- it is like to live as an American teen- national Exchange Coordinators. ager." IP -- m -= -- --- i -- -- ==, ==, -- == -..= --  --- -=  -= -- .-- 'I "Volunteers like Sandra make it Mr. Fritz said he believed San fly cssPRIDEINWORKMANSHIP possible for teenagers from 23 coun-was a credit to her community for = t  = tries to spend a year living with a helping Cioverdale share the Ameri- U.S. family an, d attending the local can way of life and enhancing the I I high school , he said. Whey also long term benefits of international FLOORING & INTERIORS give our high school students the friendship." opportunity to spend a year studying Sandra is also the new owner of I st'R.I'I.YALE  abroad." SOFTWARE FOR LESS...AND In addition to Sandra, Mr. Fritz MORE! located at 120 E. Firs/ ! I Come in I arid register to win one of 3 Area Rugs said he would like to recognize the Street. I r" 5'x7', 4'x6', or 6'x9' - YOUR CHOICE! ! Host families needed locally I,.-E .................. for foreign exchange students ,I' ,I dents representing 26 counaies will sponding with their family. By I ;5"5NTCoer'da];B-i'vdo ...... -8G34"7; I be arriving in the United States to establishing a friendship now, both i. .-  -- --, .-- --. -. --. .-- .-- .-- .. m .= ., .=  .= --. .. --. --. ,i spend a school year riving with an American family and learning what it's like to he "an American teen- ager." The high school students are sponsored by EF Educational Foun- dation for Foreign Study, a non profit student exchange organiza- tion. According to E1 = Foundation's local volunteer International Ex- change Coordinator Sandra Deck- er, applications are arriving now from students who will be placed in the Cloverdale area. Although the students aren't scheduled to arrive until the end of the summer, Sandra stressed the importance of finding homes for these teenagers as soon as possible. "The students are eager to learn the student and the family will have the opportunity to learn about each other's interests and back- grounds before the hosting experi- ence begins," she said. EF Foundation students come from Europe, Latin America, Aus- tralia and Asia, and have been carefully selected for adaptability, maturity and academic motivation. Families who wish to host a student need to provide a bed, meals and a loving environment. Students bring their own spending money and are fully insured. If you would like more informa- tion about hosting one of the students coming to the area, please call Sandy Decker at 894-3534 or call the El: Foundation toll free at 1-800-44-SHARE. Senior Multi-Purpose Center will host Canine Companions program The public is invited to attend a program about Canine Companions for Independence, hosted by the Senior Multi-Purpose Center on Wednesday, May 15 at I p.m. O'Malley Stouman of Canine assistants to persons with physical disabilities. For further information, or to reserve a Senior Meal prior to this ' Perms $35 & up SENIOR SPECIALS Perms (Haircut included) $29.95 Haircuts (Men & Women) $7 Shampoo/Set $7 233 N. Cloverdale Blvd. 894-9424 Companions will presem the pro- loated in the Grange Building.  gram, which inoledes a short video er of Second and Commercial Mon-Wed 9-5:30 Thurs 10-7 Fri-Sat 9-5:30 NO APPT. NECESSARY documenting one of the graduate/ dog teams. Accompanying O'Mal-   ---=  ..___ __.__. .  __ ley will be her puppy, Neeley, who ) __ _ will . day be wained to serve as f jf:)t? * Sororlt welcomes Y -, Santa Rosa based organiza- The Orange Tree lellllil I*ntqet IFvt don has attained world wide recog- IIIlll[ Ill,llllllJ| . nition for the work they do in el.t..t ..t4 t4.  JF training dogs to serve as companion n ..r,.nne,r !4ilon Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi recently welcomed four  ....... . , 0-r) Some Bowman, ly ve, one Jones, Peggy UrllldDIIIn classes ara Crdoer. rattheGrapevineResauranL`'a'LiCrmonyattbehmfJdyLutzacebratin [ert'lln [tV'*IIIu MI" lt.,]lHchildbirthl.#r.tclasses,.s3onsoredt.tj, by $e00el00l00i00g gpeiel "----t---'r"--'f'HealdsburgGeneralHspital'begin 0 p EprNi HOIU . .%1"/'/17 %l/f'f// II Wed.night, May lat7:30p.m.inDr. '="_r" ""2/ -'_Kw='*'=' [I John Spena's office at the Cooper , [I Towers Family Health Center. I fauTTrl'7 lr__xx t- , a t.r .. Ii The seven week course includes $ l't l 14 Ull e[ O| 'aiis [[ labor and delivery, C-section, breast ._ -II feeding, parenting, breathing and fferexpires4130/9l)[[ relaxation techniques and films. ! ,,,____ - " II Betty Jo Richards, R.N.,m with ten . s  T S T R E E T S T U D I O S I! years experience as a childbirth edu- I 9 E cator, is the instructor. 9East First.- - - ]t94575 " i[ Childbirth classes are ongoing. ' . The series following this one will begin ill Jnly. For enrollment infmmation, can s Dr Spenst's office, 894-4229 Uees your mnters poucy . only deprecated value? Proceeds will benefit 'eet about he Allstate .""' Nursing Scholarship ', ent Cost on Contents* /" / ' Xi Delta Epsilon chapter will hold I ,115 i And recover losses at P.,,*_ .tO   its Annual Spring Fashion Show on eost "taf j.a_  Saturday, May 4th, at e Cius Fair. I .... [ J The show will start at 7 p.m., with I  I jv wine and cheese being served. All I  t '*. L '. proceeds will go to the Pat Cavallo I -=. I  [ "llF MicbeU Nursing Scholarship Fund. I ,dl[e [  I Last year's Scholarship was $900 'l ===c-=m=y- J ",lll ROD PERSOSN and was awarded, to local nursing "  - I 347 student Terry CoSn. '= =t=t. =t= ==t Healdsburg Ave. . , '.o i,,,,,,- =  AU members are ctmenfly selling g, CA 95448 . " ANIMAL HOSPITAL OF CLOVERDALE I Jinus,frrefreshments DoughRose, (ongoing) 111 ! and while you're here, tae Potpourri Hat (ongoing) II i I Heartworm Package Program . / register to wm a ,,, :, , , ,, , )) ! ! Discount Coupon k  ) FREE l 10 % OFF HEARTWORM TEST v AND HEARTWORM PREVENTATIVE  16 x 20 REDWOOD 123 N. Clo,.erdale Blvd.[ WHEN PURCHASING A ONE YEAR SUPPLY ) OIL PAINTING 894 5132 UP TO AN $ 8.00 VALUE - . " ) (OFFER EXPIRES 4/30/91)  ,) PLEASE CALL FOR AN APPOINTMENT TODAY By Day & Evemng Classes TO PROTECT YOUR PET AND SAVE $$$. .... _... 894-3951 ,/Shirley Roberts Available  ,