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June 4, 1997, Cloverdale Reveille, Page 5 ..... -.b Day supportive grand- and friends for Jefferson School's was "Let's Take on Safari!" Was dedicated to retir- '. Don Sate i staffmembers Mari- Jeanne Peck, Car- and Pat Hicks. sound system made and was dedi- memory of Bernabe Alvarez, parents of grandparent Gabby owing dedica- was presented by Newhart at the Day program. Iparents' Day t windowthey throughout and 1970's in hair and dress styles. Spend- cking out the walked to the "little he called it--other- as Jefferson Ele- they saw their come and go Jefferson and they al- spending time during the school ust ordinary folks- own a car, but all over town. , they helped at opened they with me. It was a deal. He always said to "You can cook for tim--but not for a job". She had owned a restaurant and she de- served her rest! There were dinners at Jeffer- son and for the Fire Auxiliary in the early years and never was a time better spentgiving--he with his little paper bag hat (he al- ways had to make one before getting down to work!), she with her guidance and direction in the background giving silent or- ders to me and to him and indi- rectly letting me know that she was in charge! Now it is the 90's and their great-grand-children are here at the "Little School" the Barrow, the Caven, the Mills and the Ojeda grandchilren and we the parents have traveled full circle. So it is with great family pride that this audio system is dedi- cated to their memory. To: Bern- abe and Maria Alvarez for their devoted lives in helping others and leaving their small mark on this world of ours. Remember each of you--Par- ents, Grandparents and Great- grandparents have something to give if only to share your time and your love with your grand- children!!!" Retiree Profile =I feel that each day should offer a fresh opportunity for each child." So says Kindergarten teacher Marilyn Michelon, who has been teaching at Jefferson Elementary for 15 years. Mrs. Michelon has an even longer his- tory with this school, as she is married to the formal principal, Marie Michelon. "Jefferson School has been a part of my life for 35 years--as the principal's wife unpacking supplies, having teachers for lunch, as a parent of three stu- dents, as a substitute teacher and as a teacher." Mrs. Michelon began her own schooldays in Chico, and got her teaching credential from Chico State University. Her early school experiences were at a 4- room school in Weaverville, where she learned to read with Dick and Jane books, and all math problems had to be copied from a blackboard. She notes "Going from that to Chico High School with 350 students in my graduating class was very trau- matic--such a little shy country frog in a big puddle!" As a dedicated teacher, Mrs. Michelon feels that she is ener- gized by the enthusiasm, love and eagerness to learn of her students, and that every day is a new and exciting experience. As a dedicated grandmother, she loves to be with her two grand- children, Alex and Olivia. She loves to garden, and to make quilts to read and to sing in the church choir. Mrs. Michelon is beloved by her students and their parents, too. She is one of Jeffer- son School's prime assets, and we have been fortunate to have her on the staff. We will miss her and wish her the best always. Run For CARE Two parents of Jefferson School students, Sandy Wilson and Kendall Galvez, walked the Human Race for CARE earlier this month and earned $240 for organization! Thank you! : .... (From left) Brandon Hire, David Rank, Nicole Jansen, and Becky Bogner performed "Surfln Safari". Over 1,000 supportive grandparents, family and friends attended the event. L: (From left) Morgan Chantalla, Shelby W1gat, David Jansen, and Allana Bertoll all dressed as wild safari animals and performed a musical number for the crowd at Grandparent's Day at Jefferson School. Was dedicated to retiring superintendent Dr. Don Sato, who could not be present at the event, staff members (above, from left) Carol Williams, Patdcla Hicks, Merilyn IWIcholon, end gold tours begin County at the McLaughlin gold May 30 and will on the second and and Saturday of October, lrmitting. to the mine Valley Road east of Lake County. should arrive at )r earlier to complete The tour of the lasts approxi- hours, seating on ted and reser- recommended. hake your reserva- the Lake County Center, 263- spec00 may be arranged by change ng place due renovations regular meetings Di- Classes in Geyservitle THE TRA N to the Permit and Delmrt- :room at 2550 en- Rosa, effective to construc- e until further uestions con- change you may Gerber at 575 Room 100A, call 52"/-2241. Classes Begin June 16 SRJC's wldl Sitm www.sagWlm.lm Cottage artists exhibit at Lower Lake Museum Paintings by three members of the Cottage Artists will be featured in an exhibit through June at the Lower Lake Histor- ical Schoolhouse and Museum, 16435 Morgan Valley Road, Low- er Lake. The work by Priscilla Mayer, Joyce Porterfield and Judy Car- dinale will be on display May 29- June 28 and may be seen during museum hours 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Wednesday through Saturday. For information about the museum or the Artist of the Month program, call Jane Weav- er 995-3565. When we have done our best, we should wait the result in peace. 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L Great Service! 435 N'. cl0verd'ale Blvd." 894-4323 Bill Andrew CI-LEBI00I-1--V 1 I:H00AY, JUNI 27H00, 1997 The "Celebrity Wine Train '97" will begin its journey from the "original" Asti Depot at 4 ore. The 2-hour excursion will travel through Cloverdale and northern Alexander Valley, then wind along the Russian River to Hopland. While socializing with their favorite celebrities, guests will enjoy fine wines and hers d' oeuvres as the train meanders back to Asti. Returning to the Sbarboro Villa, built in the late 1800s in Asti, the guests will find spectacular wines and a gourmet dinner prepared by local culinary professionals. Relaxing live music will add to the ambiance of the surrounding Alexander Valley. The Redwood Adventurer is a nostalgic look into the glory days of railroading. From gloriously restored turn-of- the-century Private Cars to Streamlined Dome Cars from the '50s, guests will be surrounded byrailroad history. 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