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Page 10, CI0verdele Reveille, May 28, 1997 ii!iii? ii ;:iiil The annual Grandparents' Day Celebration will begin at 9:30 am this year due to our exciting program schedule! Please remember, you are wel- come to picnic with your families after the performance on the school campus. If you take your child after the performance, please sign them out on the class list posted on each classroom door. There will be a special hon- orary guest from "Safari West"! Retiree Profile Jeanne Peck began first grade as a student in Cloverdale and continued on to graduate from Cloverdale high. She went to San Jose State University and received her BA degree in music in 1961. She received her Life Credential in Special Secondary Music and also general educa- tion. She began teaching in Clover- dale and taught kindergarten for two years. She spent 22 years teaching instrumental music, vocal music and classroom mu- sic. During this time her stu- dents attended 16 State Band Festivals and received unani- mous superior ratings at 14 of these festivals. For the past nine years, Miss Peck has taught sec- ond grade at Jefferson Elemen- tary School. While teaching, Jeanne has continued to study, both class- room and instrumental music and constantly worked to im- prove her teaching. Jeanne spent two years broad furthering her education in Hungary and En- gland. She received her teach- ing certificate in Waldorf Teacher Training after studying from 1990-94. She attributes her happiness in life in both studying and teach- ing to the incredibly wonderful people with whom she has worked. In retirement she looks forward to reading, hiking, vis- iting friends, traveling, volun- teer work and perhaps a little sailing. Retiree Profile Pat Hicks taught school for three years before moving to Cloverdale nearly 40 years ago with her husband, Jim. After moving to Cloverdale she taught third grade for two years before taking leave to have children. She taught our past school board member Ed Bowen when he was in the third grade! Pat and her husband Jim had five children, three girls and two boys. Although qualified to teach, Mrs. Hicks has been a classroom assistant at Jefferson School since September, 1976. At Jef- ferson School she has worked in kindergarten through third grade classes. She also works in the cafeteria as a server. She loved working in reading groups because she likes to challenge the children to remember what happened in the story. She par- ticularly loved doing the chil- dren's body outlines for every birthday person for many years. Other students wrote apprecia- tions on the body outlines which made them very special to the students who looked forward to getting theirs. In retirement, Mrs. Hicks plans to spend extended time with each one of her children. She has eight grandchildren and would love to get to know them better. We would like to let Mrs. Hicks know just how important her dedicated work has been to the children over these many years. She has given so much of herself to our students for over 20 years. She has been an invaluable part of our school and we will miss her warm personality and tal- ents. We wish her the very best in her retirement. Washington School Visit Third graders will visit Wash- ington School Monday, June 2 to tour the campus. Buses will leave Jefferson at 8:30 on Monday, June 2 and third graders can expect to be bused back to Jeffer- son about 10:10. From 10:10- 10:40, parents are invited to stay for an informational meeting and have their questions answered. Parents who want to attend should meet in the Washington School Cafeteria at 8:35 am. Summer School Mystery Summer School is full in grades Pre-K through 6. We are still accepting applications, which will be put on a waiting list. 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It is heartwarming to see a custodian reading with students, a secretary choosing to eat lunch with her "Safari Pal', an instruc- tional assistant spending extra time making sure a student un- derstands his/her work, a cafe- teria cook following upon a troubled student because she cares, a bus driver making an extra stop in an attempt to re- turn a forgotten lunch pail, a librarian spending extra time on programs that encourage read- ing for all students or a health tech cheerfully helping a family deal with head lice. These neces- sary individuals help to make Jefferson School the best it can be! Thank you! Classified School Employee Since 1985, California has honored Classified Week (May 18-24) by recognizing the outstanding school workers. Classified employees truly do make a School bus drivers transport the most precious cargo Every day they negotiate hazardous situations on the delivering our children to and from school. Food service workers maintain the health of our providing nutritious meals. For some kids, the meals th@ school are the only good food they eat all day. Secretaries and clerical staffkeep our schools running and efficiently. They master a multitude performing several tasks at once. Maintenance personnel do behind the scenes work accidents from happening a and restores essential machines to working order. Without them, our schools literally fall apart. Instructional Assistants carry out the vital that enable our teachers to teach more and our studentS more. They contribute their invaluable knowledge to the instructional process. Library Managers keep our school's libraries open fo] use during the school day. They provide assistance students with books for research and recreational Custodians make all of our lives more I schools and work areas clean. They are always care of situations that arise during the We can count on them to have everything ready for the occasions...graduations, ball games, meetings, etc. Every classified employee is equally important, as the: vital services to benefit the education of our children. everyone for making a difference. Submitted by Neva NOTRE OF TRUSTEES SALE 00t   0:4 O.. " 11N YOU ARE IN DEFAULT UNDER A DEED OF TRuer 014 m moom 1064. --  No. 1994 0115063. o# Offmt m the offtm d lira Coun Rmon of o , d " to md now he .W it GTder--l o m a say e on,    Im n e t kedm, d In on  cmh. Ihe Tnsm v. cesh= checks  on.0 role  .na o a 6hec ct by tm qr m  arJ mn  .m ' . or lark Trustee .lq3( OF TRUS'E'S SALE T.S. No.W243166 tim CodeW Loan No.101 ?4049508011ARREGUIN A 111b010-1 kIRIC.QI SCUIrlE$ COMWtWf m duly alomtl Truw uncl t fol dmmbl Dmd  Tmul WILL SIR.L AT PUBLIC AUCTI0 TO THE HIGHEST BIDOER FOR CASH (in the lomb wtlt am laul tm(br ie the Ued Sial) amlr w&fimd m o, wl oIm twmon 2g4 .ewes Cenx,y) 1 hht. 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The applicants Isted above re apply to lhe Department of Alcoholic Bev- erage Control to sell alcoholic beycages at:102 S CLOVER- DALE BLVD., CLOVERDALE CAgS42S For the folowing type of Li- sense: ANOWINE-EATING PLACE Santa Roe DletrilOffioe, SO D SL, Room 400, Santa Rosa, Ca 95404 ffoz)sm.es, #54 May 28, '97 RCTmOUS BUSINESS N&ME STATEMENT FILE 140.1171744 Cham4u Skev, Domadne Skewts. Skewb. Slums , Skm Co.. Slw Conlo4ny. Skw Orwd. smm vy. smm v/n, Slmw Wlm. Sk Wlmm. Skw Wine Clam, Skewts Wine Co.. Skeins  Company, kxed at: 1610A HeJdstxng Avlmue, In Heida- 8ox 3eS.  C,A 9S448. ts kl 0): Fmnc H, Sk III; 11u2 Lm Arnim Rd, Herqi, CA 4& Th bulm I conduced by: Imll- vtdual. The mgmnn c'.mncl to mum bmdem u the fk tmrr or n4m Ibove on 1/1/97, Signed: Frands H. , III Thll Itmertlnt was flld wlth the CourSy Ct  SONOMA Cmty on: May 5, 1997. I Im oert thet Itm kgo  a cornct cep,/o# th or mmw'aw on flt In r/offloL EEVE T. LEWIS, C,o,m Qerk, By  Carla Rdg. SEAL #46 My 14, 21, 28, Jurm 4, '97 FICTITIOUS BUm STATEMENT FILE NO. Ir/17114 Sonoma Vaky Po Wod Iocal t: 200 Ehm Smm Earn, n Sonora. Ca 9476, md admu. 121E. Fomldll Drive. Sanla Rose CA 95404, =, (-=) t.m/reg/md W the w- lag owner(s): American Beverage GrOul Inc., 2010 Bhth Slm East, ,1m CA 9547S.  Iain la  by: a Oall- lu4nla on_ Ttm n,am omed m transm btmms under h ous namm or nan-s m/ow on 1/1/97. S&d:  LAndsmon. er- nm-n-Fac This Itlternent I fikKI with the County Clerk al SONOMA Coumy on: May 5, 197 t Imw IJy thai lhe temgo U a oorn OOlW e ttm m'tn tamrne on file In m oe. EEVE T. LBV, Coenty Ck, S  c4 mn. sBu. #ss Ma , Jun 4. 11, 187 RCTITIO@S BUm 8TAllg14B FILE NO. tr/lO1 Valley Prq=ertlu loctd =t: 122 Tomlna K Hlebeko IIC88 Mellm Rd. Santa Rose CA g640 Thll ImUmm il omkclld by: vldub-Hu= and Me. The remm mmmmd to Ixmklml under lh t nan m' namm abrade on N/& Slgm: Tmk K. Thts ament m filed with the C4nty CWk  SONOMA Coumy on: M tS. m7 = mwy mauy ma ugog u a oorr omy o the  m=zmmm on fil  nw/ EEVE T. LE, Cuty Ck. By  C. Fmdm. SFqL #51 My s,1, , Ju 4. 11. '97 RCmlO etmEs8 IMIME STATEMENT FILE NO. 17till 115 E 2rid SL k ale CA 95425, nUng addrN=, urn, , (,) hmW Richard G. Armbru,  Tm, rmn Dr., Clowrdale, CA 96425; LI= M. C 642S. Thb Im,Irm b omduomd by: ladl- The n=r= c=mmoed to tmm4 bumm= unck the flctlou mm o mu'nm  on 5--e7. Plan i PlklCe Chlnsl cared a: 102S. fank), i (ate) -.,ng, sea N. d4d, CA 95425. Lucy JfWlme St. Thb bus viduab- and The nlurm8 Signed: TW Yuan Thll statement wal Cour May 20. 17 t hWtmat omlct cqw o( on file tn my oltict EEVE T. LEWIS  R. SF #5 May . June 4, display ad on this week's