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Page 6, Cloverdale Rovellle, June 11, 1997 Soroptimists International of Cloverdale 1997 award winners Soroptimist International of Cloverdale held its annual awards dinner in April. The club awarded a total of $1800 to the winners. The winners, their families and Eric Neel of Cloverdale High School were guests. Pierrette Robertson and Robin Gurries won the Youth Citizen- ship Awards for outstanding participation in extracurricular activ- ities in the community. Benjamin Black received the Phyllis Mittelstadt Memorial Schol- arship. This award goes to students pursuing education at trade type schools. Black will study graphic arts. The Training Awards Winner was Paula Bermingham. She qualified as a reentry student trying to better herself and her family's life through education. She is attending Sonoma State University. Several people reoalved awards at the recent Soroptimist banquet. (Above) Robin Gurdes, Soroptimist International of Cioverdale Pres- Ident Susie Hare, Benjamin Black, Pierrette R0bertson, and Paula Benjamin. You can trust Tom Sink with Trying to wind your way through estate planning or legal issues relating to business or real estate can be next to impos- sible without a professional. Tom Sink, Attorney at Law, is a partner in a seven lawyer firm with offices in Cloverdale and Santa Rosa. He is a member of the Clover- dale City Council and is deeply tied to our town and citizens. His family goes back seven genera- tions in Cloverdale. His areas of primary practice are personal injury and civil lit- igation, estate planning, busi- ness and real estate. The biggest case Tom has ever had was a few years ago when he represented a local man who was severely crushed in an industri- al accident at the Geysers. "I got him a tremendous result that compensated him for lifelong dis- abling injuries. It's sad, too, be- cause it was a preventable injury. But the silver liningis that the case ended up changing the way this procedure is done at the Geysers so no one else gets hurt," Tom said. your affairs Tom Sink Tom has an economics degree from Stanford University and a law degree from UC San Fran- cisco. He has the respect of local judg- es and the legal community and his firm has an "AV  ratirtg, the highest ranking awarl in the profession. "My success stems from great education, natural ability and solid experience. I enjoy taking a deserving client and getting a great result, whether in court, business or his or her personal affairs," Tom said. His office is located at 112 West First Street, Cloverdale. He can be reached at 894-3941. Gary Glusso's sixth grade class donated money raised from the Academic Brainwave to the Citrus Fair eg program. The money will be used to purchase fish tanks and chillers. Class Council Represen- tative Deven Johnston; Class President Mike Barry; Citrus Fair Manager Gary McDonald; Class Secretary Paula Lusk; GIusso, and Class Treasurer James Bricker. Sixth graders present Citrus Fair with funds for ag project On May 30th Mr. Giusso's sixth grade class from Washington School presented Citrus Fair CEO Gary McDonald with a check for $231 from their classroom participation in the "Academic Brain- wave". These funds will help support the purchase of tanks and chillers for the Agriculture Literacy and Fairs Alliance Project. This year the sixth graders observed and monitored the develop- ment of steelhead eggs to fingerlings. This project was coordinated along with the Warm Springs Day, Fish and Game, Cloverdale CASTERS and the Citrus Fair. This is just the first of several new projects that will be available through the AG Literacy project at the Citrus Fair. The Citrus Fair plans to continue the steelhead project again next fall, along with a special new project that will focus on the "life cycle of the Abalone". Gary McDonald explains, "the goals of this project is to give the students the educational background and the opportunity for hands-on experience in the understanding of aquatic life with regards to the proper management of our resourc- es within their natural environment." Gary is very pleased to have the students take an active part in these projects and he is dedicated to maintain these projects for future students. AISE assists with new immigration reform Many people are concerned amount to several thousands of about new laws which are a part dollars per year. of the Immigration Reform and ImmigrantResponaibility Act of  The AISE reports that stu- 1996 according to the American dents who participate in formal Intercultural Student Exchange exchange programs offering J-1 (AISE). This new legislation requires visas will not be affected by the exchange students on F-1 or I- new law. 20 visas to reimburse public school districts for the cost of For more information on the their education before they are AISE program call 1-800-SIB- allowed to enter the United LING or visit the web site at States. In most areas, this can http'gwww.sibling.org SRJC repertory season begtns June The Santa Rosa Junior College Summer Repertory Theatre will again present a rich assortment of comedy and drama this sea- son. Box office hours are Tues- day-Sunday 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. Call 527-4343. All evening performances are at 8 p.m., matinees 2 p.m., Sun- day evening 7:30 p.m. Nunsense, a farcical laugh riot about the little sisters of Hobo- ken, plays at Burbank Auditori- um, 1501 Mendocino Ave. Santa Rosa, June 17,18,19,20,21 mati- nee, 21,24, 29 matinee, 29, July 22 matinee, 11, 22 matinee, 22, Aug. 1 matinee, 3 matinee, 3, 6 matinee, 6. Accomplice a comic thriller, will play July 2,3,4,6 matinee,6,8,13 matinee,17,18,26,30ug. 2 mat- inee, 2 at Santa Rosa High School 1235 Mendocino Ave. Annie Warbucks, Little Or- phan Annie returns to the stage, plays at the Burbank Auditori- um, 1501 Mendocino Ave. Santa Rosa, on July 9,10,12 matinee,12, 14,16,23,24,25, matinee,29,31. imaginary meeting atre's greatest gran( Sarah Bernhardt Duse, plays at School, 1235 July 15,16,19 matinee, 20 matinee matinee, The Ballad of the story of E how it kills the spirit town,plays June 20 nee, 22,25,26, July 5 t 11 22 Aug. 3 matinee Rosa High School. The Madwoman delightful twilight where a number of out to dig up the oil City of Paris, plays July 1,2,3,6 matinee, nee, 13,17,26 Aug. 2 at Burbank 1501 Mendocino Rosa. Joan Trlmble, president of the Cloverdale Toastmaster Ji seen congratulating new member Glner Costanza. RY . CLOVERDALE DIRECTORY . CLOVERDALE DIRECTORY . CLOVERD i Now at Nails & Hair Design I r,ik!t') telmq, $2 EISCOLNT  n Hi: See Mike for your family barbering needs. (.) The Hair 00Vorks 129 N. Cloverdale Blvd. tin, Cloverdale 894-3601 Wed-Thurs-Fri, 8:30 am-6 pro; Sat's by appt. i STYLISTS -HAIR STYLIS00 ,+t, , ..... WOMEN MEN & CHILDREN No Appointment For Haircuts SENIOR DISCOUNTS: M-F S.6 PM; Sat 9.4, Perms & Cuts, $35. Set, $8. Haircuts $7. Closed Sundays Mort., Tues., Wed., Only L.inda Mictek, Owner Full Service Salon New Longer m: Tue-Fri-8:30 ran-8 pm Sat 8:30 am-5 pm We've got new bulbs for our tanning bedl I/anicudoto nvnllnble in evenlnge, Tuesdays & Fridays 123 N. Cloverdale Boulevard 894-2671 THOMAS REED SINK ATTORNEY AT LAW Cloverdale Flower Shoppe Fresh Flowers Plants Gifts Wire Service Specializing in Weddings and Funerals Your Professional Florist Let .s he/# you exres yow feelings with beautiful flowers! NOW OPEN! 204 N. 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