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June 11, 1997, Cloverdale Reveille, Page 7 Day of School day of school is Fri- 13 and will be a min- 1-3. School 1 pm. All kinder- will attend in the morn- will be released at the 11:30 am time. Arrange for your children aider this day. Buses will be Allow the usual time child. ratulations Sbirley Spina who gree from State University while grade at Jeffer- Celebration party was held retiring staff mem- Saturday, May 31 to Jeanne Peck, Marilyn I, Carol Williams and to wish them a fond • Musical entertainment by Miss Peck's Students, the Barnhart Jeanne's best friend, )writhe sical tributes, to You" and "Memo- Volunteer Tea Vol- 4 under the redwood the kindergarten play- was a presents- to the volunteers. Alicia McInty- re, Mary Sink, Karen Zumwalt, the Bennight mother and daugh- ter team, Eleanor Kinsey, Deb- bie Perrault, Paula Gilbert, Mal Tornay, Tracy Barrow, Gabby Newhart, Sandy Wilson, Kelly Klaver, Claire Ossenbeck and Robin Moticka were honored. First Grade Poetry Recital Jefferson School's annual First Grade Poetry recital was held Wednesday, June 11. All first graders created or memorized a poem to present in their class- room. Many were selected to re- cite their poems at this assembly. Teacher Appreciation Luncheon Jefferson Staff members en- joyed a splendid buffet luncheon. We are so lucky to have such marvelous parents in PTC who do so many wonderful things for Jefferson School• If you would like to be a part of PTC, please join us at the first meeting to be held in September. Safad West While Kindergarten students enjoyed their annual "Water Day , first through third grades enjoyed an extra special finale Safari West Partnership assem- bly held June 6. Rosabel, the watusi calf and the red boa constrictor snake visited the students. Safari West owner, Nancy Lang and her as- sistant, Leslie, answered ques- tion s and told about the animals. They were presented with a spe- cial plaque of appreciation and a ticket to a secure retirement. message of current rate information, call. 1-800-4US BOND • 1-800-487-2663 inA--ne"ica, k., BONDS A pubis: scr',ice of this ncwsp-'t Jefferson Safari T-shirt! Matt Ostermann, son of secre- tary Cindy, told the assembly about his exciting trip to Namib- ia, Africa in August to work with the Cheetah Conservation Fund. He will take "Gee" the stuffed cheetah with him and he will send it on a journey with flight attendants. The cheetah will travel with his own backpack of postcards and a letter from the Jefferson School students as well as infor- mation from the Cheetah Con- servation Fund. We hope Gee will go around the world and we will chart its progress on a world map in the office. This introduces our next year's theme "Jefferson's World of Readers". Summer School Summer School begins on Fri- day, June 20. Hours are from 7:45 to 12:15 daily and there will be a brunch/recess from 9:45- 10:15 daily. "Mystery Summer School" filled up fast and we have a waiting list. Class lists for pre-kindergar- ten through 6th grade students will be posted the first day of summer school. 7th-12th grade students will attend at Clover- dale High School. Mr. Seymour will teach the 7th and 8th graders and Mr. Stewart will be in charge of the Independent Study program for high schools students. Navy airman takes part in carrier cruise Navy Airman Kristopher L. Moore, whose wife Jaime is the daughter of Michele D. Price of Cloverdale, recently completed a six-month deployment to the Mediterranean Sea while serv- ing with Sea Control Squadron 22, aboard the aircra carrier USS Theodore Roosevelt. As part of the air wing em- barked on the carrier, Moore's squadron took part in Operation Deliberate Guard in the Adriat- ic Sea where they flew missions in support of the U.N. mandated no-fly zone over Bosnia in the largest exercise of the deploy- ment and they supported the United Nations Resolution 661 which calls for importing and exporting sanctions against Iraq. Moore's squadron also partici- pated in exercises involving Brit- ish, French, Israeli, Saudi Ara- bian and Tunisian military forc- es. During the deployment, Moore and his shipmates conducted various community relations projects during their port visits, ranging from yard work to paint- ing and carpentry. Moore visit- ed France, Israel, Italy, Spain, Turkey and United Arab Emir- ates as well as traveling through the Suez Canal twice. He is a 1995 graduate of Mid- dletown High School, Middle- town, Ca. He joined the Navy in September, 1995. Family Service food distribution slated June 19th Cloverdale Family Service announces the next Surplus Food Distribution will take place on Thursday, June 19 from i to 3:30 p.m. at the Citrus Fair. Please watch for posters placed around town for more information. Chamber barbecue will be June 18 The Chamber of Commerce will have a BBQ tri-tip dinner at their facility Wednesday, June 18, 6-8 pm. If you've never attended a chamber function or dinner meeting, now is the time to do so. Set this evening aside for a mere two hours and join us for a most informative evening. Ask yourself how can I help support this wine center? What plans do we have for it in our community? How will this be funded? All these and more will be topics for this meeting. Call the Chamber today to re- serve your spot. Deadline to re- serve is Friday, June 13. Jim Muhic is the right man for all of your construction needs. Jim Muhic has over 20 years experience Quality and competitive pricing--don't expect anything different from Jim Muhic. Every project he constructs he does with unerring detail, drawing from over 20 years of experience. Jim has owned his construction company for 15 years, and has operated out of Cloverdale for 10. In that entire time he has never had a complaint. "I have a list of satisfied customers a mile long, and they are all satisfied. That's the key to success!" Jim said. Heql take care of any work for you, including residential and light commercial construction from foundation to finish, to roofs, refurbishing old homes--whatever you need. If you want to check out Jim's work, drive by the Crider home on S. Cloverdale Boulevard, across from Penny Fair that was recently damaged in a fire. He also built a lovely home on Foster Court that sports a country Victorian flair. ANTIQUES. COLLECTIBI8 BUY •  • TRADE CONSlGNM:ET MARK 121 N. 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