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Payroll & Qu,rterly Reports Account. Recelva ble/Paya ble Financtal Statenlonts Checkbook Reconclhatlon End of the Year W-2'_%, 1099': :i il Page 6, Cloverdale Reveille, May 7, 1997 Iiiiiii!iii  iii!i!!iii!:!iiiiiiiiiiiiiii!!!i!!iii!i!iii  !!ii iiii!ii! [i!ii',',!',:. ........ ........ i . i i Retrospective show for !!iil local artist Sam Sharpe ii!i!!il Self-effacingtoafault, thelate San Francisco, where he was a iiii] CloverdaleArtistSamSharpwas student of renowned San Fran- !i!i] resolutely unwilling to sanction cisco artists Richard Diebenko- 1 a one-man show of his works, rn and Elmer Bischoff. Thus, the .retrospective exhibi- A major element of the show iiiiii ] tion of paintings, sculptures and will be Sharp s oils and acrylics constructions by Sharp from May depicting ancient cemeries, col- iliil 9 through May 24 at the Clover- or-filled landscapes, fiorals and dale Regional Library will be his a series of sun and moonlit scenes i!il first ever one-man show. of Sonoma County grape stake fences. Much of the art is on i Sam Sharp, whose life was loan from private collections. ] ended by inoperable cancer in TheshowwasarrangedbyRay Clean-up Tree Service offers senior citizen discounts Gary Wilson take down past a third--if you do, you'll kill them. Others, like eucalyptus, you can cut in half and they'll keep growing,  he said. He also noted, that many times a problem tree doesn't have to be completely taken down. Gary is available seven days a week. He can be reached at 894- 5057. When it comes to any tree work, it pays to hire a profes- sional for the job. Gary Wilson, owner of Clean-up Tree Service has 11.5 years experience in all phases, including stump grind- ing, chipping, pruning, safe re- movals, confined take downs, and pretty much all yard main- tenance. Gary has owned his own tree service for three years, and named his business "Clean-Up Tree Service" because he believes in cleaning everything up after a job. "I do jobs the way I would want them done if it was my own property," he said. Originally from Washington State, Gary moved from Santa Rosa to Cloverdale four months ago because he prefers the coun- try atmosphere. He offers senior citizen dis- counts, and feels he can beat any bid. Gary has complete knowledge on most tree varieties and un- derstands pruning techniques unique to each. Some you can't January, was born in Arkansas and, although he moved to the San Joaquin Valley while a young child, he always consid- ered himself a southerner, even a_er residing in Sonoma Coun- ty for 20 years. Art was always his focus throughout his years at Stock- ton High and in later studies at College of the Pacific and the California School of Fine Arts in Hewitt, long time associate of Sharp and former president of the Cloverdale Library Advisory Board with Artist Marge Gray and the Cloverdale Friends of the Library. The show will open with a re- ception, Friday, May 9, from 6 to 8 p.m. The Cloverdale Regional Library is at 401 N Cloverdale Blvd. Cloverdale. For informa- tion call 894-5271. Jessica Kelly, I, a junior member of the American Legion Auxiliary Unit #293 and Unit Prseident Claudia Reck, remind everyone that Legion Poppies will be on sale In front of the Post Office Friday, May 16 in recognition of Poppy Oays. On May 9 four of Washington Middle school's band participate in the 1997 Sonoma County Junior Honors Musicl at the Veteran's Memorial Building in Santa Rosa. The Is open to the public and Is free. Concert time Is 7:30 pro. have two evening practice sessions and an all-day prepare for the concert. (From left) Emily Greenhel( OeOontney (flute), Joe Sapp (percussion), and Megan (bassoon) were accepted Into the group based u and written recommendation by their music Instructor, Coffins. Washington School and Cloverdale to present annual Spring Concert Washington School and Cloverdale High School will their annual Spring concert on Wednesday, May 14 at Washington School Multi-Purpose Room. Groups to be featured will include the 5th the 6th grade Intermediate Band, the 7th-12th grade Band, the "Eagles" jazz ensemble, the CHS guitar the CHS chorus. Admission is free and Mr. Ken Collins, music director, invites one and all to attend this program of varied entertainment. HOME LOANS For buying or refinancing your home. Competitive Rates! Great Service! 435 N. Cloverdale Blvd. 894-4323 Bill Andre i i 1 ii ii i ' ii tl ii N/co/ ,'7. ?ohso. BOOKKEEPING SERVICES 894-2930 . 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