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sends hospital accident on the First involving two Clover- sent a 14-year old hospital early Sunday ; to the California High- 17-year old Matthew was driving his 1960 eastbound on the Fawn Reeves, was on the north side of approached, Crystal ran out in front of him. to avoid her, and she out of the way, they who was knocked un- shy the impact, was trans- lhe REACH helicopter Community Hospital is being treated for a leg, broken pubic lacerations and a mild She is in stable condi- expected to remain hos- at least a week. A w. H taw  16 66 50 trace 17 65 44 .32 45 Rally 'round the flagpole! When the flagpole at Washington School had to be taken down for repairs, the Middle School Student Council decided it would be a good community service project to sand and repaint the pole. So, after the necessary repairs were made, that's exactly what they did, under the supervision of Mr. Pearl. Last week, on April 15, they staged a formal dedication ceremony for the newly refurbished flagpole. Under the direction of Commander Jack Stuart, the American Legion Color Guard posted colors, while Toni Angeli led the students in thePledge of Allegiance. Following a rousing rendition of the Star Spangled Banner, Mr. Collins played "To The Colors" on his bugle. President of the Century Lions Club, took time out to pose Saturday aernoon when he and other Lions turned out to paint the Snack Shack at Daly Field. Mr. shown with two small interested spectators, Curtis Peres, age 7 his brother Chase, age 4 who hopes to follow his ome as a member of the team. Their father is Little Other Lions participating in the project were Bob and Lou Thompson and Bobbi Lyons. ilmIB JIMMMMMJMIMMImBMMBIBmlh SPRING CLEANING SPECIAL Disassembly, Clean & Tune - $39! Husband's Gun Repair Repair * Hot Bluing * Scope Mounting Accessories by Order Buy - Sell - Trade /LT.A GREG ADAMS 894-5418 By ^ . lib 1 1 llllllli llMMil al m April 24. 1991 Cloverdale Reveille Pae 5 POLICE LOG Monday, April 15 Cloverdale woman reports being victim of grand theft. Suspect is another Cloverdale woman. Cloverdale man reports petty theft from business by employee. Tuesday, April 16 San Francisco man arrested on suspicion of public intoxication 100 block E. 1 st S treeL Wednesday, April 17 Verbal domestic dispute 800 block N. Cloverdale Blvd. Cloverdale woman reports being assaulted. Officer reports mutual harassment Oregon man arrested at USI01 & Shahan Dr. on suspicion of public intoxication. Hit and run to vehicle 600 block S. Cioverdale Blvd. Thursday, April 18 Cloverdale woman reports being followed by small yellow car driven by large man. Physical dispute on University results in two men being arrested on suspicion of public intoxication. Friday, April 19 Healdsburg man arrested on sus- picion of drunken driving at USI01 & Kelly Rd. Drug education & prevention program available at Washington Middle School During the 1990/91 school year, Ms. Schirle has facilitated three on- going groups in each category with a total of 24 participants. As of Feb., 1991, she had already interviewed and assessed a total of forty students. She has also met with many pax- ents about students and made ten referrals to outside agencies. In addition, she has met with some stu- dents' probation officers and/or counselors to discuss treatment planning and implementation. A total of sixteen classroom pres- entations for the drug prevention program have been made at the school, and of the students partici- pating in groups, 19 have reported reduced use or abstinence, im- proved peer and parental relation- ships and improved academic per- formance. In the Winter of 1991, Circuit It-ider requested and received additional grant money from the Sonoma County Off'w. of Drug Abuse Services to implement a peer counseling program at Washington Middle School. Mrs. Schirle will be Little League Board to meet on-campus an additional day each week to facilitiate the program. The peer counseling program will include training in peer counseling, tutoring and group facilitation skills. Twenty students have already been referred and expressed interest in the program. Fifteen seventh grade students will be trained this Spring and will participate in on-going training and peer counseling next year. This is known to be a very effec- tive program in the schools and it will he a great asset to teachers and administrators at Washinton Middle School. Garden Club learns about garden design The Green Thumb Garden Club held its April meeting at Briarwood's Recreation Hall with guest speaker Jay Tripathi from Garden Works of Healdsburg speaking on garden design and drought resistant plants. Members found it to be a very informative and interesting program which was enjoyed by alL With a great deal of pleasure, new member Jeaneue Petennan was welcomed into the club. Anyone interested in joining may call President Doris McPherson at 894-2296 or Muriel J..umry at 894- 3246 for detads. Doris extends a big "thank you" to everyone who helped make their April 6th plant sale a success. The Cloverdale Little League Board of Directors will meet at 7 p.m. tonight, April 24, at Daly Field. All interested parents are also invited to attend. In the Fall of 1989, Circuit Rider Productions received a grant from the Sonoma County Office of Drug Abuse Services to provide drug education and prevention programs in North County Junior High and Middle Schools. Ms. Patricial Schirle, MA, was hired as the program facilitator for Washington Middle School in the Spring of 1990. Ms. Schirle has a Marriage, Fam- ily and Child Counseling graduate degree and has specialized in the area of drug education, prevention and treatment. She has several years experience working with stu- dents and families through the schools in Sonoma County. Ms. Schirle also has professional training parent education and was the co- founder of the successful Windsor/ Larkfield Parent Education Drop-in Program. In addition to her work with Cir- cur Riders t shots an individual con- tractor conducting parenting pro- .grams to mothers and their children m drug treatment programs. The drug prevention program groups at Washington Middle School meet on Mondays. Groups consist of eight to ten students who have either been referred by staff or parents, or have been self-refer- rals. At this time. 75% of partici- pants are self-referred. Three types of grou are con- ducted: 1) Six Week Introductory Drug Education Group, 2) Twelve Week Children of Alcoholics/Ad- dicts Group, and 3) Fourteen Week Users Group. Domestic dispute on Clark. Offi- cer took shotgun from residence for safekeeping. Cloverdale resident reports re- ceiving threatening letters. Ambulance requested in front of police station for male subject hav- ing chest pains. Transported by Cloverdale Ambulance to Memorial Hospital. Clear Lake man arrested on State property at Lake St. on suspicion of public intoxication. Diana Roachell arrested on out- standing warrant. Loud party disturbing the peace on Chablis. Cioverdale man arrested at 1st & East St. on suspicion of drunken driving. Saturday, April 20. Cloverdale man arrested on suspi- cion of drunken driving at CHP scales. Stereo taken from vehicle while parked at Citrus Fair. San Anselmo woman arrested on suspicion of drunken driving 200 block S. Cloverdale Blvd. Cloverdale man arrested on sus- picion of drunken driving at 2nd & CIoverdale Blvd. Sunday, April 21 Injury accident, vehicle vs. pedes- trian, on First Street Bridge. Domestic dispute 400 boock E. 2nd St. Business on E. Ist Street burglar- ized. Geyserville man and Healdsburg man arrested in two separate inci- dents on suspicion of drunken driv- ing at the CHP scales. Teodora Ornelas arrested on out- standing warranL Tires taken from vehicle parked in the 100 block W. 1st St. Tires found behind Pacific Bell building. Monte Carlo Night coming to Cloverdale A Monte Carlo Night is being planned by the Cloverdale Police Officers' Association, in cooperation with the Cloverdale Boys & Girls Club. The event will take place Satur- day, June 15, from 7 p.m. to I a.m. at the Citrus Fair. 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