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Science Fair, Farm Olympics &amp;   Oscar top the week at Jefferson It has been a tremendous week at Jefferson Farm. Much planning has been done to make the last few weeks a little less hectic, and many special activities have been scheduled. For example, this past week, we had Hat Day, Farm Day, Backwards Day, "Farm Olympics" and the Sci- ence Fair! The Science Fair was a huge suc- cess, thanks to Holly Werner and her committee. The displays were great, and parents and students are to be congratulated on their out- standing work. this will make the transition smoother in the fall. The school's ambitious farm pro- gram has fallen a little behind sched- ule.. The garden area has not been prepared due to lack of lumber to make the garden beds. This problem has now been solved. Thanks to a generous dona- tion from Mr. Plumley's RJW Lumber Company in Healdsburg, we will soon be building our garden plots. Friday was a day for the students to show their athletic skills. It was "larrn Olympics" Day. The children May 29. 1991 Cloverdale Reveille Page 2t; ! Club members include (back l-r) Becky Craig, Darcy Plass, Oscar, a 10-year old riding and had an opportunity to participate in MobbsandAndyBerry(frontl-r)StephaniePlass, Lissa pack mule belonging to Donna five events: Parachute, Animal CHS Student Body Office Wayne Plass. Meier, visited Jefferson Farm last Shape Pitch, Farm Relays, Obstacle rs Friday. The children enjoyed see- course and Hurdles. All participants CI b 13 igi play ing the mule and learning about received certificates of participa- for 1991-92 u resents or nal chromosomes and the reproduction tion. process between a horse and a Classroom Assistant - In last ton School Talent Show the Bucket?", writ- the Washing- Drama Club, had its May 18 at well received by the , hich was gathered to =annual Talent Show. I of the Club, formed by in the fall, began of developing the g various plot Mrs. Plass and parent the group then various characters and , basic plot was defined had been assigned, students worked on dialog between their characters, while Mrs. Tryer worked on a script tying the ele- ments together. With scripts in hand, the budding actors and actresses began rehears- ing their lines and blocking out their movements. The students worked very hard rehearsing and refining their parts. The result of all this hard work was an original performance of a very original play. Stars of the play were Drama Club members Andy Berry, Becky Craig, Andrew DeCaminada, Jason Mobbs, Darcy Plass, Stephanie Plass, Wayne Plass, Emily Tryerand Lissa Tryer. Toll-Free Helpline provides eye care to elder Americans donkey. Visitations: Mrs. Plumley's class and Mr. Branscomb's class visited the Senior Citizen's Club and pro- vided the entertainment for the day. They performed several square dances and sang some songs for the audience The 3rd grade classes had an op- portunity to visit Washington School. All the students are looking forward to going to the "Big School". The children were introduced to the third grade classrooms and play- ground, and were shown around the school by the teachers. Hopefully week's Reveille, names of all of the district's Classified employees were listed. Inadvertently, Cindy Oster- man's name was omitted. Cindy is employed as a Kindergarten Class- room Assistant. She works in both the morning and afternoon sessions. Remember GRANDPARENTS' DAY - June 7 - 10 a.m. till ???? If you are coming to have lunch with your child or grandchild, please try to bring a picnic lunch. The school Cafeteria will not be able to serve the parents due to the large number of students on the campus this year. Patio luncheon and installation of new officers June 5 for WIC The Woman's Improvement Club will hold its June 5 meeting on the patio at Viola Groves' home. A donation luncheon will be served at 12:00 Noon. Members are asked to invite pro- spective members, and installation incoming officers will take place. Dues for the coming year will be payable at this meeting, also. Anyone interested in becoming a member is asked to contact Bobble Spence at 894-2883, or Anne Matte- oil at 894-2735 New members are always welcome. Regular meetings will begin again on September 4 at 1 p.m. at the Cloverdale Library. III I III I CORRECTION The OPEN LETTER from the CHS Baseball team in the Reveille's Letters to the Editor column last week indicated it had been written to Clay Dagler. Actually it was wriuen to his father, Tom, owner- operator of Tt)omas Dagler Con- struction. The Reveille regrets any confu- sion this may have caused. New Senior Advisors appointed May 22nd New members of the Senior Advi- sory Committee were appointed by the City Council May 22. They include Gordon Kindall, Elizabeth Grange, Irmgard S. Gates, Keith LeBaron arrd Juh Novak. clans who specialize in all types of eye care: medical, surgical and optical.) For this program, the physician has agreed to provide a comprehen- sive medical eye examination and care for any condition diagnosed, at no out-of-pocket expense to the patienL To qualify for a referral, the pa- tient must be a U.S. citizen or legal resident, 65 or older, who does not 164,000 needy elderly referred to volunteer in their communi- ,the inception of the Care Project five more than a people have called assistance. Heipline of the Project is: EYES is an information have access to an ophthalmologist bro- he or she has seen in the past. This gommo eye dis- is not an eyeglasses program, and and for eligible prescription drugs or hospital care to a local volun- are not covered. The Helpline operates weekdays, are the physi- 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Pacific time. MAY 3 ! JUNE 2 REDWOOD EMPIRE FAIR 1055 NORTH STATE STREET ING , =5 ADULT I GATEADMISS1ON : : :1 rORIOle i Age 7-12,1i00; 6 & Under Free i1 ?FEE INCLUDES THE GRANDSTANO SHOW AND ALL GROUNDS ENTERTAINMENT EXCEPT CARNIVAL STOCK CAR RACES 4X4 TRUCK PULL s,,o.o,,, DESTRUCTION DERBY su,o,,,,:oo,,,,,.,,,= -BROKEN TOP LUMBERJACK SHOW XIT DALLY MILLER STAGE -, DALLY, BALLOON LADY TIMOTHY & PIANO BICYCLE 7:00 PM - FREE TEEN DANCE LE TEDDY, D.J. Speed climbing Axe throwing Log rolling Crosscut sawing 21St CENTURY MAGIC HOLOGRAPHY EXHIBIT & SHOW COMPUTER ANIMATION Hourly Shows Daily- Noon to 11:00p.m. Fine Arts Building Student Body elections for 1991-92 were held earlier this month at Cloverdale High School Candidates pictured above include (back l-r) 7 Jim Norton, Becky Odiorne and Tiffany McAdams, (front l-r) Todd : Williams Chris Berry and Desirree Woolen. Not pictured are Scan< Dailey, Scou Persons and Tiffany Vadon, Newly elected officers are: President Tiffany McAdams, Vice President ; Jim Norton, Secretary Tiffany Vadon, Treasurer Becky Odiorne and Student Activities Director Chris Berry. In memory of... a Xi Delta Epsiion President Carol Allen recendy presented Iqome Hospice Nurse Jean Craig with a $200 donation to Home Hospice of; Sonoma County in memory of Janice Sciaini and Emily Cotttell. ' ' NEW SUMMER HOURS thru Satu 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. Sundays - 8 a.m. to 9 p.m.