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JUNE 15 THROUGH JULY 15 |1 th Services and you have Right? Wrong! do, and I want to things with usual things and those and fishing in pool, taking This year to include "kids" tournaments. BUT we now have an intra city bus system. You can pick up schedules and rates at city hall. That means you can go to Geyser- ville. Healdsburg, or Santa Rosa. So, I thought l would bring to your attention the activities going on at the Healdsburg Boys and Girls Club this summer. Youth from Cloverdale are very welcome to join. Membership is open to any boy or girl between the ages of 6 and 18. New memberships cost $5 and renewals are only $3.50. Not a Women United United's Bake be held this the day before in front of Shop & Save, across from from 10 to 9:45 a.m. that or before noon. to have their up may or Mrs. are alway Wish to contri- l,.an food, and recieved. ecumenical are tax and shop treats on Satur- Day" of Church Women United was a happy, inspiring day for about 50 women who met at Parkside Cha- pel May 7. The morning devotion was given by Mrs. Peggy Powell on "The Power of Words". The afternoon service, with the same theme, was led by women from Geyserville Christian Church. Beautiful music was shared by Dorothy Montoya and Pastor Rich Rilea. A lovely lunch was served in the park (and in the church hall for those who wished} by the ladies of Parkside Chapel. The women attending the meet- ing, representing many churches, voted to send $25 both to Family Service in Cloverdale and Geyse,- ville. The North Sonoma County Youth and Family Services (spon- sors of the Hot Line and Wallace House) will be given $25 per month until the November 5 meeting at Grace Lutheran Church, when the projects will be reassessed. Art Commission a Young artist Painting. He Work at the Art Art and June will have a gift certifi- art lessons His Burres, is'very Progress. Scott for around Rebecca Jo Thompson. the new- est member of the Cloverdale Art Commission. is shown with an oil painting that she is currently working on Rebecca studied por- traiture, life drawing and oil paint- ing of Sacramento State University where she majored in music and minored art. She has been painting nov., for 10 years. Rebecca is interesed in capturing the various plant communities or ecozones of the area in the impressionistic |e The Best in... Deli,& Produce every week 24hr lee Service to 6:30, Sun 9-5 E. First St. 5 high price at all for all the things to do. The club will be open from June 12 thru August 20 from i0 a.m. to5 p.m. The Healsburg Boys and Girls club is located at Ist and Piper Streets. The phone number is 433-4479. Here are some of the things going on this summer: 1. Arts and crafts classes will meet on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 2 until 4. 3. There will be Games Room tournaments each week, call the club for the schedule. 4. There are sports too. Indoor soccer and summer basketball and karate will be offered. Indoor soccer games are open to kids age 6 to 15 and will be played on Mondays and Wednesdays from I to 3. During July (3 on 3) basketball league will be held on Tuesday from 1 to 3. And the karate classes will meet on Tuesdays and Thurs- days from 10 until 11:15. CAMP - The boys and girls club even has a camp. It is Camp Mendocino in the wilderness be- tween Willits and Fort Bragg. There are two sessions open to kids from the North County area. One from July 28 thru August 10 is co-ed, the other is for boys only and runs from August 10 thru August 19. The full two week session costs $150. The 10 day session costs $120. If you want more information on the camp call the boys club at 433-4479. So you see, there are some things to do in addition to all the activities here in Cloverdale. If you want more information on activities at the Healdsburg Boys and Girls club give them a call. Get going on something fun this summer. See you at the park By Christine Braccialini By the time you read this, we will have registered many of you al- ready at the scout cabin. We will continue sion uPS this week from 9-I each day. The cost is $I0.00 per family if you live in the Cloverdale School District and $15 if you live out of the school district. Parents need to sign a permission slip for each child at the time of registra- tion and Monday morning at 9:30 will be our first gathering of the groups. We are looking forward to it. While we have been getting ready for our time with the children we have also been planning the Friday field trips. The first one will be to Windsor Water Works, the Doom Flume on July 2. This is a great way to start the 4th of July week-end. Ride the water slides or swim in their beautiful pool. We'll have our own picnic area for lunch time. So set aside July 2 for a cool day at the Windsor Water Works. Some of the other trivs will include a ride on the Skunk Train, a trip to the San Francisco Zoo, a chance to take a Bay Cruise on the Red and White Fleet or visit Alcatraz Island followed by time to tour the shops and attractions on Fisherman's Wharf and a trip to Marrtotts. Next week's column will have complete details on each trip as well as information about a family picnic in the park on Friday, June 25, Oh, the telephone man found his way to the back corner of the park and hooked up our phone for the summer. So our number is 894- 3677. For the rest of this week we will be there at least from 9-1 each day and then all day starting June 21. Give us a call and share your ideas for a great summer with us. Has anyone been swimming yet? It is so great to see the pool open and we look forward to a summer full of swimming and all kinds of lessons. Janel and I are looking forward to a busy, fun filled summer. We hope you are too. See you at the park. NOW Cloverdale Lion's Club OPEN Wednesday, June 16, 1982 Page 3 - I III II  I "## YOu Nke our s,evce tl your h.nds. ,f yo t. p/se lll us." [Sem00;CeNTeR) I"V b AMqJINCl IMU,,18 & lllltlcr -, W, ,10_ Major Appliance 00s00ir| St. Peter's Annual BBO Sunday July llth Cloverdale City Park Steak $6. Chicken $5. Serving from Noon to 3pro Bring your own utensils Tickets Ailatle.. Cloerdle CN..#I & Linoleum Cloverdabr Auto Part SINGLE TIRES ON SALE, TOO! Sale Price Off Regular Station Price EE.T. Payable on All 4 Tires Silveraire Sale June 15 through Jul 15 "Buy 3... Get I FREEF" Stze Regular ' Price 4 Tires P155/80R13 227.00 P165/80R13 238.80 P185/75R13 244.80 P185/75R14 268.60 P195/75R14 281.80 P205/75R14 295.80 P215/75R14 307.40 P225/75R14 332.00 P205/75R15 309.60 P215/75R15 322.60 P225/75R15 338.40 P235/75R15 356.20 Sale Federal P.ce Excise Tax : 4 T,res Per Fre : : 1:70;2 1.43 :.179!0: 1.64 1.8o :i 4Sli 1.98 21I:351 2.11 1 221SSii 2.26 iSSil 2.39 2.60 23=;=0:i 2.44 24;S i 2.52 zS3:00ii 2.68 267;:IS 2.88 "Add Federal Excise Tax to all bres tncluding Free Tare SATURDAYS FATHER' S 8 to 2 PELLEG BREAKFAST & LUNCH DAY Pancake Breakfast Bring your own utensils June 20th 7am to 12 Noon Cloverdale City Park Donation $2.  Adults, $1. ` Children All proceeds used for communily betlermenl! INI'S "o.-F,I b-3 CHEVRON HOMEMADE , Pie=! CO N. Cioverdal Blvd. ....+Ci:i:>: ;. 206 $. Cloverdale 894-3323 i i i 1 i i