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April 30, 1997, Clovardale Reveille, Page 3 Cloverdale Auto Parts to carry NAPA products Al and Vivian Menicucci an- nounce that in May their Clo- verdale Auto Parts, Inc. busi- ness will be representing and distributing parts for NAPA (Na- tional Automotive Parts Associ- ation). Cloverdale Auto Parts will still be independently owned by the Menicucci's and the parts store, located on south Cloverdale Blvd. will still be operated under the current name. The business has been in operation here for the past 22 years. The only differ- ence will be the added support gained by joining one of the most progressive airmarket parts programs in the business, ac- cording to Al Menicucci. 'WVe would like to dispel the rumors that Cloverdale Auto Parts has sold out to a major franchise or is being taken over by a larger network of stores. The major change is the ability to access a supplier that strives to meet the needs of the automo- tive aftermarket, Menicucci said. "Cloverdale Auto Parts will be making every effort to service the parts market in Cloverdale by increasing and updating our current inventory," he contin- ued. If you have any questions or concerns you are invited to call 894-5211 and as for Lee, Al, Ran- dy, John or Francisco. The Washington School 7th grade basketball team (front row, from left) Chris Gerboth, lan Jonas, Tymr Evans, Curtis PeNm, Matt DeCaminsda. (Back row, from left) Coach Steve Bernardi, Mark Bernardl, Ksvln Bernsrdi, Brandon Hlckman, Brian Clayton, Jmmn Slebenthel. bringing your chlldren to the circus Thursday, May 29. and Girls Club brings to town May 29 Boys and Girls of Cloverdale is bringing Culpepper and Circus to Cloverdale on Thursday, May 29 for shows and 7:30 pro. throughout the industry as "America's most highly Culpepper and Merriweather Circus came by that title ; featured on television in a documentary produced by Geographic Explorer Series. This Circus has also been on TV's Entertainment Tonight. traditionally Circus, the Big Top will be set up at the Cloverdale Blvd. and Citrus Fair Drive. e early circus morning and watch the raising of the big top! sale ticket prices, children 2-12, $4; adults $6. Ticket of show, child 2-12, $5 and adults, $7. sale discount tickets are available from Clover Super- Longs Pharmacy, the Boys and Girls Club, Markets in Windsor and Healdsburg. For informa- I ll first of February by Cloverdale resident LaVonne Van- Heaven's Closet is Cioverdale's only consignment A]'TENTION ('urrcnl & l:uturc Social Sccun'il Rccil)icnl 's Closet offers nment clothing to look into Closet, what do you would find? Angels, and 60's and 70's ,pric- the first of February rune Heaven's Closet is only consignment Store. opened the store to in the community. gives the community to participate recover some st of their own clothing ers can use for period dressing or costumes, at very low prices. "I enjoy providing an opportunity for people to find unique, one of a kind clothing items. I also en- joy talking to people and this store gives me an opportunity to interrelate with the community. Aside from her clothing, LaVonne also'sells angels-an- gel jewelry, cards, giR items, wind chimes, etc. Her store is open Monday-Thursday, 10 am- 6 pro; and Fridays 10 am to 8 pro. Her phone number is 894-7388. Volunteers needed for project Volunteers are sought to staff a Temporary Restraining Order Clinic to assist victims of domes- tic violence in completing neces- sary paperwork and make ap- propriate referrals for addition- al support. Training Saturday, May 17 and May 31 will cover complete procedures on filling out the pa- perwork, as well as the dynam- ics of violence, harassment, abuse and skills related to work- ing with individuals under stress. This program is run by the YWCA through a contract with the District Attorney's office. The clinic will be held in the Hall of Justice on Mondays, Tues- day, Wednesdays and Fridays from I to 5 p.m. and Thursdays from 8:30 a.m. to 12 noon and 1:30 to 5 p.m. If you can make a four month commitment aRer attending the training, call the County's Vol- unteer Office at 527-2317. River Road Rendezvous set for May 4 The Annual River Road Rendezvous (Picnic), is planned at the KOA Kampground on Sunday, May 4, from noon to 5 pro. This year a potluck buffet is on the bill. Participants are asked to bring their own plates and utensils; coffee and soft drinks are provided. There will be complimentary Wine Tasting and door prizes. All this and a fun, Springtime get-together for: adults, $2.50. Kids under 10 years-free. Watch for more info to come. Windsor parade & festival due May 10 The 1997 Windsor Day Parade and Festival will take place Sat- urday, May 10 beginning with the parade at 10a.m. downWind- sor River Road concluding at Keiser Park where the festival will be held. For more information call 838- 7285. Art show to open 5/7 in Heatdsburg An art show is scheduled at the new Oakville Grocery in Healdsburg May 7 through June 30. Paintings by Healdsburg art- ist, Christine Comstock, will be on display. The store is located at 124 Matheson Street, On the Plaza. Hours are 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. seven days a weeIL Carl Fennessey It's been a year Since you got your wings And flew up to heaven With the angels to sing. Wc love you and miss you. "Better Days ahead." Colleen & Jamie docelyn & Erin HOME LOANS For buying or refinancing your home. Competitive Rates! Great Service! 435 N Cioverdale Bivd 894-4323 Bill Andrew Washington School's 7th grade basketball team completes successful season Washington School's 7th grade basketball team recently com- pleted a very successful season finishing with a 22-8 record. During the season, the team won their school league title with an undefeat- ed 11-0 record and also won the El Molino tournament. The school league consisted of teams from Healdsburg, Calisto- ga, Geyserville, St. Helena, Rincon Valley Christian in Santa Rosa and St. Vincent's in Petaluma. Washington School's 7th grade team was dominant in the league and won the games in a very impressive style. The El Molino Tournament concluded the season in late March and the 7th grade team staged a dramatic come from behind rally to win the championship game 44-38 over Twin Hills of Sebastopol. Brandon Hickman, Kevin Bernardi, Mark Bernardi and Matt DeCaminada were named to the All-Tournament Team for their outstanding play. Special recognition goes to Coach Steve Bernardi for all the time and effort he has put in during the past few years guiding this very successful team. Fanesla Davis and Eric Sanders, both of Clovercieie, announced their wedding plans at a party given in their honor by Meianle and Cameron Lyeth. The couple are planning a December 20 wedding and recep- tion at the Villa Chanticleer in Healdsburg. As of Aug. 1, 1996, new Social Security recip- ients must have their income benefit checks sent to a financial institution for direct deposit. By Dec. 31, 1998, a//benefit recipients must receive, their Social Security checks through direct deposit. The Edward Jones Full Service Accoum may be just the place for you to receive your Social Security checks. This account offers attractive interest rates and easy access to your funds. Call or stop by for more information! E&,wdJonei Saving l.divld Invmen Since Ted Etheredge 101 Plaza St., Hcaldsburg (707)433-7827 www.edwardjones.com to quality at drastic reduced and community ser- explained. of experience clothing, the business down it fun and easy to come in with their or to just look around. to do is make an with me, bring in aren't wearing, and little money tbr them- should give it a haven't done it be- said. specializes in family and also has a large consignment cloth- there are only two signment stores in that have men's men's section does here--its the high- shop for Cloverdale is no other men's Store here. has a 60's and 70's g section custom- SANTA ROSA JUNIOR COLLEGE ANNUAL OPEN HOUSE & COMMU N ITY d DISP LI th ARTS / SILVEIRA BODY SHOE) AWARD WINNING WORKMANSHIP SPRAY BAKE BOOTH HIGHER GLOSS PAINT JOSS ALL MAKES AND MODELS-FREE ESTIMATES & FREE LOANER CARS AVAILABLE 985 Healdaburg Ave. ..,d.burg 433-2424 JIM'S AUTOMOTIVE SPECIALIS ,rs COMPLETE MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR On all Foreign & Domeatlc CARS & TRUCKS  (707)857-3790 21310 Redwood I.Iwy.-4yurvlUe GROWERS Supply & Irrigation Irrigation Systems .Farm Supplies Hardware & Equipment .Housewares 20750 Geyserville Ave. 857-3484 lem's New and Reconditioned Appliances Spring Air Ihttremms We Service What We Selll Conlpat/t/v@ Pr/C@t 25 North St. Huldsburg FREE DELIVERY 433-4838 TERMS