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Page 10, Cloverdale Reveille, May 21, 1997 New CHS computer teacher John Hudspeth. GRANT will be able to get information from around the world. Current- ly, advanced biology uses the Internet to gain access to re- search papers, and Drama teach- er Ann Boone hopes to use it to access information about differ- ent drama productions around the world. POLENTA Finale-Entire Cast "Na, Na, Hey, Hey, Kiss Him Goodbye"by Steam. Music was provided by D.J. Larry Sessions "Travelin' Tunes". During a break in the show auctioneer Bruce Campbell led bidders through 19 lots of premi- um wines, getting top dollar for most. Another nine lots were offered to wine enthusiasts in the silent auction. After the Lip Sync Finale, Debbie Perrault was presented with a live Rose plant by CARE President Laurie Siebenthall with gratitude for organizing anther wonderful show. A cast party, catered by Jon and Laura Harwood and Diane Jansen from Jefferson School, followed for all the performers to top off a fun filled evening! Vid- eos of the event are available for $10 and will be ready within the next few weeks. If you would like a copy call Debbie 894-3554 or Laurie 894- 5309. BICYCLE nolds at Cloverdale Cyclery has offered a limited time special on bicycle helmets for only $9.99. Along with the Bicycle Safety Reward Program, Officer Conc- annon and Officer King have been developing a new program that will require minors receiv- ing bicycle safety citations to attend a Bicycle Safety Educa- tional Program at the Boys and Girls Club rather than juvenile traffic court. They will also be assisting the Boys and Girls Club in hosting a bicycle rodeo this summer. Mary Pellegrini is the coordinator and contact person for this rodeo. Citizens that are interested in helpingwith this project can con- tact either Mary at the Boys and Girls Club, or.Officer Concan- non at the police department, after school lets out for the year. Fire season opens early The wildland fire season opened May 19 in the California Department of Forestry & Fire Protection (CDF) Sonoma-Lake- Napa Ranger Unit. This unit protects state respon- sibility areas in Sonoma, Lake, Napa, Solano, Yolo and Colusa counties. At the start of the wildfire sea- son CDF begin s to increase staff- ing for its firefighting resources. Residents are urged to make sure weeds and brush are cleared at least 30 feet around struc- tures, limbs are at lest 10 feet away from chimneys or stove- pipes and roofs are kept clean of leaves and pine needles. Spark arrestors should be in place on mechanical equipment and work should be done in the morning hours when humidity is highest. Residents can contact any CDF facility for free information on fire safety recommendation s and requirements. , r-,,_ C LOVE RDALE , SALES PRICES EFFECTIVE MAY 21-17, 1997 The Drug in Town! LONGS PAPER PLATES 9" 50 Count, Super Heavy Duty 9" 25 Count or Super Heavy Duty 10 1/4" 20 Count 149 PARTY ICE 7 Lb Bag :i!? UMtT4 AI Additional Purchases COLEMAN PROPANE FUEL 16.40z .%:..::,, !:::::::::4 OZ ":! :: ::: . ::-.::: . >:::::-: DEL MONTE KETCHUP 28 OZ WITH IN-AD COUPON 79