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April 30, 1997     Cloverdale Reveille
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"File Hair Works Hair Cuts Always S8 Perms S40 & Up i : iil, ,iii i i  iiii i ii, ii: ! Page 6, Cloverdale Reveille, April 30, 1997 Let the friendly staff at The Hair Works style you from head to toe. (Back row, from left) Sherry Smith, Shawn Hlatt, Robbi Kelly, and Mlchele Flannery. (Front row, from left) Jody Moore, Karen Harrison, Llnda Michalek-owner, and Tamara Wilson. Give yourself a treat and visit The Hair Works There's no better way to feel better about yourself, than to take of yourself. And that's ex- actly what The Hair Works is all about. They have everything it takes to pamper you. Manicures, pedicures, acrylic and fiberglass nails, facials, per- manent cosmetics, and massage are some of the services offered by six experienced staff mem- bers--two of whom are new to Hairworks; Sherry Smith and Michele Flannery. And as the weather gets warm- er and we enter swimsuit sea- son, the Hairworks is the best place in town to get a safe tan-- and they just installed new tan- ning bulbs. Also take advantage of their bikini and leg waxing. The Hairworks offers haircuts, perms and .hairstyles for men, women and children. /e have a friendly atmosphere and we ca- ter to our customers every need- -from head to toe we will style you," Hairworks owner Linda Michalek said. The staff offers their services for weddings, graduation, par- ties--every occasion. Their rates are very reasonable--and they offer senior discounts on Mon- days. Maryanna Reynolds offers bridal consulting there. Linda has owned the Hair- works for the past nine years. "I love Cloverdale--its a small, friendly town. I also love my job- -working as a stylist. It's nice to change a person's whole look," she said. Linda thanks her many cus- tomers for their support of the Hairworks. Stop by the Hairworks and pamper yourself. To better serve you they now have longer hours- -Tuesday-Friday, 8:30-8; Satur- days, 8:30-5; closed Sunday. The manicurist is available in the evenings Tuesdays and Fri- days. They are located at 123 N. Clove'rdale Blvd., phone 894- 2671. SRJC's 19th Annual Day the Oaks set fc' Sunday, Watch magic being performed in a chemistry lab, learn about the stars of the summer sky, try your hand at a computer, or have your blood pressure taken for free during the 19th annual Day Under the Oaks, Santa Rosa Junior College's annual open house and community education fair, Sunday, May 4. The college's Santa Rosa cam- pus, located at 1501 Mendocino Avenue in Santa Rosa, will be open from 10 am to 4 pm on May 4 for free activities, demonstra- tions and entertainment for the entire family. In addition to department open houses and hands-on" exhibits, the college will provide live en- tertainment on the outdoor stage near Burbank Auditorium, free Planetarium shows, open com- puter labs, and a colorful Native American celebration. Admis- sions is free to all the events. Under the Oaks celebrate are: A series of exhibits which provide the opportunity to discover the sights and sounds of a tropical rain forest, and explore the wild- flowers and other plants of Sono- ma County will be set up in the Life Sciences Department. Interactive children's activi- ties will be featured at the col- lege's new Robert Call Child Development Center. Culinery training students in the college's Consumer and Fam- ily Studies Department will tan- talize attendees with their popular strawberry shortcake, while the department's displays will include information and ex- hibits on interior design, flo- ristry, fashion careers and money management. Sports enthusiasts the opportunity te tournament in lion, or a s show at the Quinn ter. Views of the night possible in the tarium which will tours and throughout the day. In addition to the of activities and will be information mer classes, lege transfer and For a complete tivities, contact Relations Office, Food booths will be operated by campus clubs and organiza- tions. The event will be held rain or shine, according to Day Un- der the Oaks co-chair, Kerry Campbell-Price. "Departments have spent time preparing exhibits and displays that are interesting and fun for all ages," She said. "They're de- signed to pique your curiosity and give you an opportunity to participate in a 'hands-on' type of way." Schedules of Day Under the Oaks activities are now avail- able at SRJC's Santa Rosa cam- pus, SRJC's Center at Coddingtown, and Petaluma Center and are also being dis- tributed to branches of the Sono- ma County Library. Some examples of what is scheduled for this year's Day Jt Santa Rosa Junior College's 19th Annual Day Under the open house and community education fair for the college's Santa Rosa campus will be open from 10 am to 41 a Native American celebration, and demonstrations. (Above, Native American 'v, ir& i y Linda Michak)k, Owner Full Service Salon New Longer Hour=: Tues-Fri-8:30 am-8 SaL 8:30 am-5 pm We've got new bulbi for our tanning bed! Manlcudeta available in oveldngs, Tueedays & Fddaye 123 N. Cloverdale Boulevard 894-2671 B&B Landscape Maintenance ,'v ;/...',,, ,J Jva, I-X/. ,' MI/'u ,//14t Aeration Quality Yard Care Call For John & Peggy Ball Free Estimate (707) 894-5155 mms  Work R,sv= Airlines- Cruises Hotels Tours- Cars Discounts for Sen ior Travelers TravelVkleo Library Free DeiveryServe Passport & ID Photos Riolm,'l Gu@errez, Mnger 120 E. 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