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June 11, 1997, Cloverdale Reveille, Page 9 kick- t6/18 Cloverdale Library will the beginning of its Club at the School football June 18 at2 will be there the Reading Team invited to join in Parade. This is "Good Books, g a friend this summer and friends by reading, any questions, the library at 894- m soon and pick up for ages 2- for &amp; young opens are invited to open juried exhibi- Center for * the Center's Lit- Group, the contest field to all forms of rics, essay and are offered for youth. Each will car- of Show award, as 'recognition for merit selected for exhibi- from July 10-Aug. visual art Sculptural Pho- & Win- at a reading July 11. are $4 per entry raembers and $5 for 18 and younger. entries is Friday, -A prospectus can be- Sebastopol Cen- Arts located at 6821 Way in Sebasto- or be sending a SASE. information call families for ) winners from the will spend academic year liv- ost families higl3, schools. Mary Gwen of Santa Rosa, states by hosting a stu- scholars have strong ,goodlan- and a desire to American culture. have a special op- to share their lives about what life is Soviet Union, she c Year in the a non-prof- Selected by the U.S. Lto sponsor 170 schol- under the Unit- Support Act Newly Inde- (NIS). AYUSA support. Would like to host a 3, please Gwen Neisingh at after June 12 World Mfg. from 5to 7 members in a Hours at New wondered how are made or, in fact, World Mfg. is all and Becky Moore to showing and as a special who attend, they )peration are at work Mfg. is located at Creek Road Good books... Good friends.., here are some friends from our com- munity who are eagerly awaiting Curious George's visit to the Cloverdale Ubrary on June 18th. Can you identify our reading friends? Clockwise, starting at top: Darlene Matson from Rags to Witches; Tom Hinrichs from Cloverdale Ambulance and Officer Gary Kitowski from the Cloverdale Police Department. NEW BUSINESS? ,__C o Men_=l - * Remodel&Repair yszde Gas & Sewer Lines Tile Installation & Repair Pl.ml,,-g" D,ains. Faucet Specialist PROPES$IONAL SERVICES THOMAS BRUNELLE • 894-2482 • Pager 325-7422 Lowest Prices? { "< Talk to Sam & AI 'YL'7' at Bmckluarteds Feed and Tack! Get a Case of Chlorine for Just $8.49 Ring Master Lamb Feed b on Sale Now for Only $11.49 for 50 k. 10% Off on Fly Products dP Give Your Doll a Treat-   50 bs of Golden Boy Dog Food for $15.99 Hindquarter's , Feed and Tack  821 N. Clvd. Blvd. • 894.9514 Third Thursday Night market 6/19 at Downtown Plaza Third Thursday Night Mar- kets in the Downtown Plaza will resume for the second year June 19 from 5:30 to 9 p.m. There will be several booths ranging from crafts, jewelry, flowers, vegetables, toys, books food and many more. Dr. Dave's Blues Review will be featured on the Plaza stage. Conservation unit to host banquet Sonoma County Conservation Action (SCCA) will host its an- nual Grassroots Gourmet Cele- bration July 19 at Oddfellows temple on Pacific Ave. in Santa Rosa. SCCA is an environmental organization that works to pro- tect and enhance the biological intergrity and quality of life in Sonoma County. The group publishes an environmental re- port card on elected officials in Sonoma County every year. For ticket information call 571- 8566. Peter's Church k or Chicken rbecue Cloverdale City Park Sunday, June 22, 1997 Serving Noon to 3 PM Donation $10-Door Prizes $100 Cash Drawing-3:30 PM FREE SHUTTLE SERVICE FROM CHURCH TO PARK For further info call 894-2535 i Recycling Used Oil in the €loverdale Area Just Got Easier| Do you change your Own oil? If so, you know that the jobs not finished unfilu've disposed ofthe used oil at a Used Oil Recycling Center. There are now 9 centers in the Cloverdale area, thanks to a successful recruitment drive. Just put your oil in a sealed container and take it to a collection center. Plan to take your empty container home. (Reusable oil containers are available where auto supplies are sold.) Be sure to go when the center is open for business: leaving oil after hours causes a hazard and is illegal. For a list of centers statewide, call. 1-800-553-2962 For further information, including other Sonoma County collection center locations, call the ECO-DESK at 527-DESK. Thank You! €loverdate Area Used Oil Collection Centers €loverdale Healdsburg S G C AUTOMOTIVE  " BIG O TIRES. 235 S East Street " 1115 Healdsburg Avenue 894-4170 433-6644 MF8 5, Sa8 12" • - - - M-F 8:30-5:30, Sa 8:30-4:30 Corporatmn Yard, Ctty of Cloverdale Heal r • " "  " dsburg "E anffer Station 700 Astt Road ') 166 Alexander Valley Road 869-2521  433-0321 Thl4 - Daily 8-4:30 Emel-.on Auto Body 210 S. Cloverdale Boulevard 894-2899 M-F 8-5 75˘ per gallon charge Geyserville Esposti Ford-Mercury 21085 Geyserville Avenue 433-4851 M-F 7:30-5:30* *4˘ per quart redemption ON Jerry's Exxon 186 Dry Creek Road 433-4070 Daily 8-4* 515 Healdsburg Avenue 431-7380 M-Sa 8-9, Su 8-6* Nieto's Auto Service 602 Heal[dsburg Avenue 433-5480 M-F 9-5 50˘ per gallon charge Sponsored by the Sonoma County Waste Management Agency Funded by the California Integrated Waste Management Board RECYCLE USeD OIL