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Page 6, Cloverdale Reveille, May 21, 1997 Registration for SRJC summer classes ongoing Registration for summer class- es at Santa Rosa Junior College is taking place now by telephone. Summer classes at Santa Rosa Junior College begin Monday, June 16. Anyone with a current appli- cation on file at SRJC may regis- ter now by telephone. Applications for admission may be submitted in person or by mail. A copy of the application is in the college's schedule of class- es which was mailed in April to all residents of the District. Ap- plications are also available at the Admissions and Records of- rices at SRJCs Santa Rosa Cam- pus, Petaluma Center, and Center at Coddingtown. The Santa Rosa campus and Petaluma Center aN open Mon- day through Thursday from 8 am to 8 pm and Fridays from 8 am to 5 pro. SRJC's Center at Coddingtown is open Monday through Friday from 11 am to 7 pm and Saturday and Sunday from 11am to 5 pro. In-person registration will be- gin Monday, June 9. Registra- tion fees for classes at SRJC aN only $13 per unit for California residents. All students pay a $7 health services fee during sum- mer school. For morn informa- tion about summer classes at Santa Rosa Junior College, call SRJCs Santa Rosa campus (527- 4685), SRJC's Petaluma Center (778-2415) or SRJC's Center at Coddingtown (522-2880). Call Nancy McKean for worry free travel Put your next vacation in the hands of Travel Consultant Nan- cy McKean. For the past three years she has been helping Clo- verdale residents with their trav- el plans. The company she works for, Far Horizon's Travel, has been in operation in Healdsburg for the past 28 years successful- ly getting people where they want to go, worry free. McKean can help you with any form of travel planning includ- ing getting airline tickets, hotel reservations, setting up corpo- rate travel arrangements, car rentals, vacation packages, wed- ding packages, Airport Express tickets, Santa Rosa airporter tickets--basically anythingrelat- ed to travel anywhere in the world. "We really shop for the best prices and try hard to find the best packages and fares possi- ble," she said. McKean also fol- lows up on every detail and confirms all reservations to make your travel experience a breeze. Nancy McKeen McKean is available at Far Horizons in Healdsburg, Wednesday through Friday, from I to 5:30 pro. In Cloverdale, call her at any time and if she's not home leave a message and sheql get back to you. Far Horizons Travel is located at 302 Center Street, Healds- burg. Phone: 433-6971 (Home 894-2764). CIoverdale High Track results The Eagles held their last home Discus--1, i:)ie CasVillo, 138' 2- (per- track meet of 1997 on Monday, May 12. It was a huge meet including teams from Fort Bragg, Lower Lake, Calistoga, Mendo- cino, St. Vincent, Point Arena, and Potter Valley. In the overall results the JV Eagles placed first! Andres Lope= had an outstand- ing day, gather three firsts and a second, including new personal bests in the 100M and 200M dashes. Girls and Varsity teams for Cloverdale placed third, a very creditable showing against some strong competition. Indi- vidual results were as follows: Cdfll 1600 M--3, Amanda Plumley, 6:24.13 (person best). Discus-- t, Amy Showers, 72' 7 3/4", 4, Jordan Jackson, 59' 6 1/2", 5, Kristin Lane, 55' 10". 100 M Hurdles--5, Kriston Lane, 20.50, 8, Brooke Fraser, 23.84. 400 M--3, Amy Showers, 1:10.94 Shotput--5, Becky Buergter, 23' 101/2", 7, Jordan Jackson, 20' 11 1/2- (personal best). 800 M--l, Sequoia Medina, 2:42.35, 5, Amanda Plumley, 2:55.9. 300 M Hurdles--6, Amy Showers, 1.02.6 (personal best), 7, Brooke Fraser, 1.07.6. Long Jump--2, Becky Buergier, 13'7" Vars.y Boy= 1600 M--3, Ray Barney, 5:15.9 (persor best). Shotput2, Adam Fontana, 38' 113/4", 3, Ronnie Cash'ilia, 38'6 3/4". sane" best), 2 Adontana 121'10 1/4" (personal best), 7, Ben Back, 96' 3, 8, Jar- rod Meier, 95' 61/2". 800 M--6, Ray Barney, 2:35.5 200 M---5, Daniel Lozano, 25.27 Long Jump--6, Ben B/ack, 17' 8 1/2", 7, Daniel Lozano, 1T61/2". Triple Jump--4, Danie4 Lozano, 35'91/ 2", 5, Ranjan Pillay, 32' 3/4" JV Boys Discus--3, Alex McNulty, 45' 11" 1600 M--4, Ryan Bilbro, 6:33.56 (per- sonal best, 5, Alex McNulty, 7:18.31 100 MI, Andres Lopez, 12.31 (person- al best), 3, Chris Glasgow, 12.81 (personal be=) Shotput, 1, Andros Lopez, 31 '9", 2, Chris Glasgow, 29'61/2", 3, Ryan Bilbro, 2T 103/ 4" 800 M--3, Alex McNulty, 3.02.06 3001 Hurdles--2, Alex McNulty, 1.065 200 M--1, Andrea Lopez, 25.03 Long Jump--2, Andrea Lopez, 15' 9, 4, Chris Glasgow, 14' 8" Triple Jump--l, Chris Glasgow, 29' 21/ 2" The Eagles traveled to Mendo- cino Junior College of the Con- terence Meet on Saturday, May 17, Qualifiers from this meet on girls and varsity teams will move onto the Class A Meet at Mendo JC on Saturday, May 24. The track coaches extend huge thanks to all of the staff, parents and volunteers who helped to make the home meets so suc- cessful. Young women invited to be commissioners The Sonoma County Commis- sion on the Status of Women invites high school-aged girls to apply to take part in the Junior Commissioner Project. Young women selected to participate will have an opportunity to de- velop leadership skills, work with Commissioners, take part in spe- cial projects such as Girlspeak and Expanding Your Horizons, and sham issues of concern. Selection for participation will be based on a written applica- tion and interview process. Young women with diverse in- terests and talents are encour- aged to apply. High school students should contact their counselor or call the Office of Commissions at 527-2693 Pajama storytime at the library May 28 Cloverdale Library invites all two to five year olds to attend Pajama Storytime on Wednes- day, May 28, from 7 to 7:45 pro. Come and enjoy stories, songs, movement activities, a film and more. It's free and no registra- tion is required. Call 894-5271 if you have any questions. } .... Cyrus Jacob Sutton was born May 1, 1997 at 12:02 pm to Demran end Anthony Sutton, weighing six pounds and measuring 18 1/2 Inches long. Foster Pare Recognition Month Sonoma County says THANK YOU! Foster parents, for your homes and lives with our most vulnerable citizenS" children who need a temporary, safe home. Foster parents are needed for children of all ageS, Can you help? For information call (707)527-2503 County of Sonoma Human Services HOME LOANS For buying or refinancing your home. , ...... Competitive Rates!  Great Service! 435 N. CIoverdale Blvd. 894-4323 Bill Andrew ' F SERVICES I TRAVEL ,Nicola % 00Johnson BOOKKEEPING SERVICES 894-2930 - FAX 894-9110 538 N. CLOVERDALE BLVD., CLOVERDALE 433-7563 23510 Dutcher Creek Rd., Catherine Mitchell Bookkeeping Services 96 Tarman Drive UCENSED PO Box 892 TAX Cloverdale, CA 95425 (707)894-4330 PREPARER FAX 894-5250 8&B Landscape Malntmnance Aeration Quality Yard Care Call For John & Peggy Ball Free Estimate (707) 894-5155 I ..... 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