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June 4, 1980     Cloverdale Reveille
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POR DRUG will in- agencies Ft I Your at- adin the a on Wed. land5p.m. De alcohol Aglcy of D Provides Clover- Per week. Agency "drug doin- COUno ex- or alcohol Por more 54S-4551. given in an- (523-1720) the name then to an on- SERVICES However, for some reason no one was available when I called, and since there was no crisis, I was not connected with a counselor. Therefore I have no direct contact in- formation to report. The Sonoma County Drug Abuse Council provides a pamphlet of information on their agency. They are also supposed to have an outreach worker - Lynn Keiser - for the North County area who is available for speaking engagements and education and training. Another hard to reach person. The Drug Abuse Cuncil is located at 1625 Franklin Avenue in Santa Rosa and "provides a wide range of early intervention, prevention, education, and treatment services to clients on an outpatient basis. Anyone who is involved in a situation created or com- plicated by the use of drugs is eligible for these services." The Drug Abuse services include counseling, group meetings, court and criminal justice services, detoxification program, youth services, education, information and referral; in- service training, and a crisis line (542-8330). Residential services are available through the drug abuse center's Turning Point. Turning Point "is a long- term supportive therapeutic community where residents can learn and develop ef- fective, more constructive lifestyles." Referrals to Turning Point are accepted from police agencies, probation, courts, counseling agencies, doctors, hospitals, family or friends, or the individuals them- selves. Referrals, however, must be 18 years of age or older. "The staff of Turning Point are all recovered addicts that have successfully completed the treatment-recovery process themselves and understand the speci] needs of residehts entering the program." Some of the agencies "listed" last week were difficult to contact, and located some distance from Cloverdale. So, it appears that for residents of Cloverdale the best initial resources for help with drug and alcohol problems are your family doctor, Outreach North (894-3313), the Drug Abuse Council, and-or Family Service Agency. Jefferson School Wednesday, June 4, 1980- Page 7 Connie Seymour accepts two checks, each for $500--one from Don Ruppert for the First National Bank of Mendocino County, and one from Bob Youngs of checks were donated to the Cloverdale High School Band's Vienna trip fund. First National Bank from an anonymous donor. Gordon Husby. Executive Vice Photo by Janice. President of the Exchange Bank in Santa Rosa presents Winnie Connolly a check for $500 from the proceeds of a Trust Fund of the Exchange Bank. All so much given at lt Week it it all. went toa With ten I; the Ss. to San aequarium te Parents $. and Mrs. went on :was the June every Students through tallied of "thank the Aides Inservice items aide things the us realize the great im- portance of the child's first time at school. Marion Randolph gave each of the, aides an award, a little mouse pin which said "I was a good listener." She also gave each aide a "Pop Quiz" about the big K at Jefferson School. Here are a few questions asked: Kindergarten students participate in the school lunch program? A reading program is offered to kindergarten students? Learning centers are not used in kindergarten? And many more questions. If you would like to have a copy stop by Jefferson School for one. Congratulations to Carole Pasquini on her 25th wedding anniversary. There was a school survey for parents sent out, and to date 156 returns were made, with some interesting ob- servations and input from the parents for future school programs. For next year there will be two outstanding Multi-Culture programs. The program in the fall will be about the Native American and in the spring the study of the Mexican American. plus a lovely recipe card file with each persons favorite recipe in it, plus everyone brought the food they gave as a recipe. It was sort of a luncheon party. We shall miss you Mrs. Morse, but wish for you the best of everything in your retirement. On Thrusday the PTA showed a special Walt Disney film "Jungle Book". This wonderful delightful full- length color cartoon was shown to all the children at Jefferson School at 8:15 and again to 9:50. The classrooms took turns coming in to see the movie. It was again presented for the afternoon students of kin- dergartners, plus pre- schoolers and parents and guests. Thanks PTA you are pretty special. This past week a special RIF book was given to each child as a special award. It will be the fourth free book that each child received this year because special organizations took time to care. Thanks to the Lions Club, the PTA, the Veterans of Foreign Wars Auxiliary and William Russell Ledford solve a Unit 293, American Legion in A s. bahy .er iary they party was held by the staff at Thanks again to all the ere also Jefferson School for Polly Volunteers who have been so g that IAle, with special baby tree faithful. We love you! hat could decorations and a beautiful School baby cake with decorations of NO00/ blocks, ducks, etc. A lovely II baby car seat was given by all the staff, plus there were up for some lovely individual gifts we were presented to the honoree. One Local al treat Special baby games were dolph a played, and all in all it was a Number , who lovely shower with everyone dng and having a fun time, and a thir- special surprise for Polly. For All )!, which Polly will be taking a year's e gave a leave of absence to have her Your happens, baby and be with her-him for .at each a year. We shall miss you Travel s as a Polly. reality. Needs s of a On Friday a surprise n class farewell party was given for learning Lois Morse, a f'urst grade ters and teacher, who is retiring. A Call all of money tree was presented, Louise Andersen :r's Advisor 894-4190 helping their customers, and those who help buyers and COMPLETE sellers meet their real estate p TRAVEL needs are looked upon u ARRANGEMENTS ays professionals in the com- the infinity. real and With your motivation and t. 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