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June 11, 1997, Cloverdale Ravellla, Page 3 Cloverdale High School Student Awards The folloWing Cloverdale High School students demonstrated excellence in various of academics, citizenship, sports, speech and debate, drama, technology, etc. were honored at a special assembly held June 4 at Cloverdale High. Prosidtmtlal Award for Educational Excellence Amy Hedges, Zifa Konik, Karen Lovato, Jarred Meier, Ranjan Pillay, Pierrette Robertson, Mindi Sessions, and Gianina Petlegrini. President's Award for Educational Improvement Edith Sanchez, Jim Straiten, Rosio Perez, Tim Mackenzie, Serena Bartice, and Blanca Gudino. T0rrAmerlcan Cltlzenshlp Award: Veronica as, Kim Moralli, Eva Chu, Andriy Lesyshyn, Daniel Lozano, Gianina Pellegrini, Jennifer Tegnell, Joey Daly, Nicole Duarte, Ben Black, Melissa Maskell, Heidi Yanglin, Amy Hedges, Robin Gurries, Hector Galvan, Amanda Plumley, Maritza GaJdos, Plaques: Ranjan Pillay and Zita Konik. Anmrican legion Auxiliary Girls State: Maritza Galdos, Representative and Amanda Plumley, Alternate Speech end Debate Awards Joe Simao, Ethan Knoop, Christian Adcock, and Renee Maas. US Army Scholar Athletes: Heidi Yanglin and Daniel Lozano Lion's Club Sohoiarship: Ranjan Piliay California Scholarship: Zita Konik 0ama Department Award: Karen Lovato, Nancy Trimbla, and Caltlin Morrison. 8oroptimlet Cltzenshlp Awards: Robin Gurries and Pierrette Robertson. I/llkt Mittleetadt Memorial Scholarship: Ben Black "randy Technology.Awards: Ranjan Pillay and Zita Konik I'rery Magazine Award: 1st-Nancy Trimbie, 2nd-Mindi Sessions, 3rd-Caitlin Morrison, Green; Commendation Lozano, Vanessa Valera and Kristen Honorable Mention, Jessica Bennight and Forrest Rosetti. Outetandlng Biology Students: General Biology: Regina Biery, Lissa Tryer,  Amalia Greene, Laurel White, q Hampton, Kara Bogner, Renee Maas, Cind[ Besio, Wade Meier, Ethan Knoop, . Alana Parker, Robbie Pdeshom,M'.e ' Barbara Schwan, Byron Robertson, and Zack Sutton. Advanced: Nick Angeli, Eva Chu, Karen Lovato, Knsten Lane, Helen McKean. Automotive Awards: Eric Sumner, Gordon Briseno, Jeff Angeli, Adam Fontana, and Tobin Sutton. NarVard Book Award: Amanda Plumley 0mUghtara of the Amerk:an Revolution: ttave you done your homework on the rising cost ot" college': Karen Lovato Probfem of the Week Award Winners: Ranjan Piliay and Ryan Peters Trammitma Scheiarshilm: Gudino, Sabina Lopez, Rosio Peraz, Bui, Claudia Rios, Edith Senchez, and Irene Torres attWican LIOn Auxiliary Sohotarship Amy Hodges 4li0 a Perfect Attendance Bennight, Jessica Lewers, Davkl Smith, Ethan Knoop and Margret Rodein Advanced Placement Testing Ranjan Pillay and Edith Sanchez Teachers Association of Cloverdala Scholarship: Amy Hedges, Ranjan Pillay, Jarred Meier and Pierrette Robertson Doyle Scholarship (Santa Rosa JC) Jeff Angeli, Serena Bartice, Jessica Bennight, Lisa Bishop, Benjamin Black, David Bowen, Nathan Brown, Becky Buergter, Adam Fontana, Mary Ann Gonzalez, Sarah Graddy, Robin Gurries, Jaimy Hargus, Penny Hill, Amy Hedges, Joseph Huang, Anna Imbach, Justin Jackson, Jeremiah Kaisi, Zita Konik, Vanessa Lopez, Karen Lovato, Daniel Lozano, Victor magness, Trinette McDonald, Jerrod Meier, Caitlin Morrison, April Pack, Gianina Pellegrini, Rosio Perez, Gina Perrault, Ranjan Pillay, Christina Porto, Carolyn Ramage, Pierrette Robertson, Edith Sanchez, Amy Schweikl, Mindi Sessions, Christian Smith, Jennifer Tegnell, Brandy Wilson, Sequoia Wright-Medina, and Heidi Yanglin. CIF Scholar Athlete: Jarred Meier Englfeh as a Second Language Award: Hector Galvan Math Departnwnt Awards Ranjan Pillay, Amy Hedges, Andriy Lesyshyn, Zita Konik, Joe Simao, Pierratte Robertson, Ryan Peters, Susana Carillo, Ethan Knoop and Brett Lile Bank of America Awards Jeff Angeli, Amy Hedges, Gordon Briseno, Jerrod Meier, Ben Black, Jennifer Tegnell, Caitlin Morrison, Robin Gurries, Karen Lovato, Gianina Pellegrini and Edith Sanchez. California Scholarship Federation Life Members: Amy Hedges, Caitlin Morrison, Pierrette Robertson, Daniel Lozano, Mindi Sessions, Ranjan Pillay, Karen Lovato, Gianina Pelligrini, Jta Konik, Jerrod Meier, April Pack and Heidi Yanglin. Joanna Wagner Scholarship: Edith Sanchez CARE Foundation Jennifer Tegnell and Edith Sanchez Women'e Improvement Club: Heidi Yanglin Spanish Honor Society: Kerri Collingwood, Rosio Perez, Blanca Sanchez, Joey Daly, Claudia Rios, Bianca Gudino, Tamera Serrano, Jenna Connolly, Miriam Hernandez, Aurora Lopez, and Knstin Lane. Anwrlcan Legion Award & Boya State: Brady Cox and Joe Simao Rotary Club Award: Robin Gurries Roaring 20's Lioness Scholarship: Jennifer Tegnell FHA-HERO Awards Robin Gurries, Jennifer Tegnell, Amanda Plumley, Eva Chu, Alex McNulty and Michael Doolan FHA-HERO Scholarships Robin Gurries and Jennifer Tegnell All Sport Scholar Athlete Brendon Hampton, Brady Cox, Jason Smith, Jordan Jackson, Zita Konik, and Heidi Yanglin American l..=glon Schoiarshlp Eric Sumner and Jarred Meier Sonoma County Hl=penlc Edith Sanchez Sonoma Co. Modlcml Aoc. Scholarship Zita Konik CHS Scholarships: Eric Sumner, Serena Bartice, Tnnette McDonald, Robin Gurrias Repairs * Manufacturing Jewelers Work Done on Premises Delivery to Cloverdale Possible  oddlngtown llll 528-11511S Your Hunter DOUld= in C3overd/le 70% on Celebrity Mini Blinds 70% on Tahoe Wood Blinds REYNOLDS COVERINGS Freer Estimates .0000Jow 1894-52191 Royno00, It is not what comes into a man's hands that enriches him but what he saves from slipping through them. -HF slit=ing FREE LUNCHES The USDA Summer Food Pro- gram begins on June 16. A free lunch for all children under 18 is served daily at the clubhouse from 12:00 noon to 1:00 p.m. (Club membership not required.) EARLY BIRD PROGRAM 7:30am - 12:00noon The Boys & Girls Club will be open at 7:30am for the Early Bird Program. Fee for this morn- ing program is $6.00 for the first child ($10 for Kindergartner) in the family. $3.00 for each addi- tional child. Lots of fun programs, break- fast before 9:00am & lunch at noon. Children may stay on for the free afternoon drop in pro- gram. Call for more information. NEW KINDERGARTNERS Kindergartners starting school in September may start at the Boys & Girls Club on June 17. Cost per day is $10. The last 2 years we have accepted kinder- gartners prior to their starting school and it was a great experi- ence for them. They meet other kindergartners and older chil- dren as well. By the time they started school in September , they knew so many fellow stu- dents at Jefferson School, they were completely relaxed! DROP IN PROGRAM 12:00n to 6:00pm Monday Afternoons: Weekly Theme Programming. Tuesday ARernoon s: City Pool ($1.25) or Club Activities. Wednesday Afternoons: Theme events, City Park trips luly2,30 & Aug. 20. Thursday Afternoons: City Pool ($1.25) or Club Activities. Fri- day ARernoons: F r i d a y Follies followed by Movies. Club Activities Activities include Arts & Craft, computers, Torch Club, Smart Kids, sports activities, pool tourneys & games, movies, talent shows, music & lots more. We're back at the Club house & have air conditioning. Don't let another boring sum- mer pass you by-join the Boys & Girls Club of Cloverdale. It's a great place to be with your friends and enjoy some fun pro- grams as well. 1997 Member- ship'is still available for $25.00. Call 894-5063 for more informa- tion. Services honor those who died About 150 local citizens attend- ed Memorial Day services at the Cloverdale Riverside Cemetery to honor the memory of eight Cloverdale men who died in the service of their country. Robert Thompson, Command- er of William Russell Ledford Post 293, American Legion, wel- comed the congregation and pre- sided over the service. Flags were presented by American Legion Post 293, Ray Zittleman Post 9268, Veterans of Foreign Wars, Boy Scout Troop 240 and Cloverdale Mounted Rifles, Com- pany 7, Herb Madsen Command- er, who described themselves as a homeguard militia dedicated to public service. Several years ago, when vandalism became a problem at the cemetery, they established night patrols and stopped it. Ehren Wernfer, age 13, 8th grade, Washinton School, very ably sang the National Anthem, and also led the congregation in singing "America, the Beauti- ful". The Rev. David L. Mc- Donald, pastor of Cloverdale Christian Fellowship; Vietnam veteran, and a member of Post 293, offered the Invocation and gave a homily on remembering our veterans ending with a me- morial prayer. Jack Stuart read "In Flanders Fields" and Barbara Piehl sang "Battle Hymn of the Republic". Linda Pankey, president of the Veterans of Foreign Wars Auxil- iary, aided by Vera Wilkinson, decorated the grave of William Russell Ledford with flowers. After a salute to the Valiant Dead and a moment of silence in rev- erence, the service ended with Ken Collins, High School music instructor, sounding Taps on his bugle. The American Legion Auxilary The IRS can't tax the riches you store in your soul. Author unknown ]l OIRT CHEAP TRAVEL J Because...Now Is The, . Time Senior Multipuqxme Center 201 Commercial St. Tuesay, June 24 at I PM Plele  About Other Seminar In the Area I i Umbd St Clll (800)232-145S Ask About Our Special: $399Total Cost With This Ad Ufetime Changes FREEI Pmnted By: distributed Buddy Poppies to everyone, and the Legion dis- tributed small American flags to all of the children. Gerald Carl- son set up chairs for seniors. 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