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Economic Development Commissior MMCH POINT REMEMBER, ONLY YOU CAN PREVENT FOREST FIRES. (I) and Mark Kinsey performed "Sink the Bismark" by (the singing American). | annual Polenta Feed/Wine Auction and Lip Syrm Show is a overdale Rotary. Dr. and staff performed "1 am your dentist" from the Little (Back row, from left) Amanda Conner, Jan Scan- Rafansill. (Front, from left) Dr. Jim Wood and Dr. Bill warned to life jackets is here and many head for the rivers, Oceans. Did you know is the third lead- death in using Sonoma Parks facilities to wear a Coast jacket while Sonoma County Parks encourages all ackets while Waterways this sum- become just another your head above a life jacket! travel course ;student list opened Rosa Junior Col- course to Italy, Af closeeL A wait- established for students in the May wine Italy. in other SRJC in the g & Natural Department at 527- Senior center has pinochle games twice a month Cloverdale Senior Center has pinochle games twice a month. The pinochle players meet every first and third Thursdays from 1 to 4 pm in the atrnoon and they can always use new play- ers. If you haven't played for awhile it's still okay to come. Theyl be glad to let you sit and watch, or teach you how to play again. There is no charge for this fun activity. If you are interest- ed in playing Pinochle then call the center at 894-4826 and ask for Holly. The more humble a man is be- fore God, the more he will be exalted; the more humble he is before man, he will get rode roughshocL Josh Billings CALL TOOA1 TOLLFREE 1(800)361-1713 Medi-Cal Accepted We Make House Calls 301 East St, Healdsbur you: college cost analysis y what the college of your a expeaed to cost in the futu; ".h you'll have to save monthly or develop an investmant plan that can meet your savings goal. Jone=i Ted Etheredge 101 Plaza St., Healdsburg (707)433-7827 www.vdwardjoncs.com M=m I The new Cloverdale Wine & Visitor Center in cooperation with the Cloverdale Economic Development Commission is hosting 'THE EVENT: CELEBRITY WINE TRAIN '97" on June 27 to benefit the building fund for the new Center. The Wine & Visitor Center is a project which will have a significant impact on the economy of the entire north Sonoma County region, and has been supported by the Sonoma County Board of Supervisors along with initial funding from charter memberships in the Wine Center Society. Funding is still needed in order to begin rennovation of the building at 105 North Cloverdale Boulevard, which will house the Wine Center facilities. Celebrity Wine Train '97 is designed to bridge the funding gap to allow the Center to open this year The "CELEBRITY WINE TRAIN '97" is scheduled to begin its enchanting journey from the "original" Asti Depot at 4:00 PM. The 2-hour train excursion will find the guests travelling through Cloverdale and northern Alexander Valley, then winding along the Russian River to the destination of Hopland. While socializing with their favorite celebrities, the guests will enjoy fine wines and hors d'oeuvres as the train meanders its way back to Asti. Returning to the Sbarboro Villa built in the late 1800's in Asti, the guests will find spectacular wines and a gourmet dinner prepared by local culinary professionals. Relaxing live music will add to the ambiance of the historic Villa and the surrounding splendor of Alexander Valley. Tickets and information are available by calling (800) 805-0045 or by visiting the Event online at http://www.cloverdale.net/train/train.htm Doubles teams forming for Cow Chip Doubles Competition Doubles team are forming for the Cow Chip Doubles Competition to take place at the Black Bart Festival on Saturday, May 31, in downtown Cloverdale in the vicinity of the Third Street Stage in this afternoon event, tentatively scheduled for 2 pro. Cow chips for the Cow Toss Fent are being gathered by a crew including event4director Jim Kaeisler, of Law Offices of Kneisler, Wedmore & Schondel, who has agreed to sponsor the event once again. Last years competition was won by "meadow muffin Mike!". Call 894-4470 for more information. Always keep a shovel, rake and water nearby when buming debris. fGERMAN STUDENTand " |other Scandinavian, Eu- /ropean, South American, lAsian, Russian Exchange /Students arriving August. /Become a Host Family. I AISE! Call 1-800-SIB- LING. IJv00 and inperson! ATTHE CLOVERDALE McDONALD'S June 7th-1 PM i t lk Ymm! Be sure to cut out this ! RONALD McDONALD [ REMINDER. = On June 7, at l:00 PM bring | the kids to see the all new | Ronald McDonald Show. | The show lasts until 2 PM. | Cloverdale McDonald's [ I May 21, 1997, Cloverdale Reveille, Page 3 One of the vintage Dome Cars which will be part of "The Event": Celebrity Wine Train '97, Union Paciflc'a "Native Son" saw service until 1961 on the "City of San Francisco" Trsin from Chicago to San Francisco. Ticksta for the "Celebrity Wine Train" era available by calling trhs Chamber of Comemrce or onLine at http:// www.cloverdale.net/trsin/ National Beach Safety Week With the arrival of warm weather and the summer swim- ming season the Sonoma Coun- ty Regional Parks Department would like to remind people that the week of May 19-23 is Nation- al Beach Safety Week. Sonoma County Regional Parks joins a nationwide effort to promote National Beach Safety Week. The objective of National Beach Safety Week is to make citizens aware of the need to be safe while in and near the water. This objective stresses the fol- lowing simple water safety rules: never swim alone; always swim near a lifeguard; never dive into shallow or unfamiliar waters; parents keep a watchful eye on children in and around water; never drink alcohol before swim- ming; learn to identify danger- ous water conditions; take time to learn how to swim. Swimming will be enjoyed by many this summer. Did you know that drowning is the sec- ond leadingcause of death among children? Sonoma County Re- gional Parks wants to remind parents to be constantly alert of where their children are in and around the water. Be wary of flotation aides, rafts, water wings and inner tubes that can easily capsize or lose air. Water toys are no-substitute for adult su- pervision. A child wearing a Coast Guard approved life jack- et will keep their head above the water. Encourage your children to take swim lessons and always swim near a lifeguard. It is the hope of Sonoma Coun- ty Regional Parks that the above mentioned safety tips will help residents and visitors to Sonoma County have an enjoyable and safe water recreation season. People interested in Value Line sought Are there investors or finan- cial businessmen/women in Clo- verdale who are interested in subscribing to Value Line? The Money Club, an investment club here in Cloverdale, is looking for other people to share the cost of Value Line on a yearly basis. If you are interested or have any questions, please call Melissa at 894-3098 or Jim at 894-3185. i I "D .,.... ,: ::::::::::: ::::::::::: i:i:i::i:] !:i:2::: :::::::;::: v MILLER TIMEROFF & $699;00 ' McCORM,CK $999 12 Pack .7s Lew 120zcans e40 N. Clvd. El. 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