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ng Around $outs in 25,45,93 families "Court of Fly-up May 26-27. 8iris who |Unior Girl Pat Barnes, neighborhood chairman of Cloverdale and Geyserville Girl Scouts, would like to extend a special thanks to all the leaders and co-leaders for the time and effort they have given to the Scouts this year They are: Pat McGahey, Diane Delfino, Maureen Wallace, Sharon Richards, Kellie Barnes, Geri Burgess, Lucia Rickards and Janice Vink Mrs. Barnes gives a special thanks to Cloveredale&apos;s chapter of American Association of Retired Persons that adopted the Girl Scouts this year and especially Genevieve Malmstrom, who is a true Girl Scout. Others who helped during the year were Jenene Robinson, Sandy Dalbec, Wendy Ropp, Carol Richards, Elms Draut and Linda Waite. The Gril Scouts wish to thank the communities of Cloverdale and Geyserville for again supporting the program. Blagg, .om00, Half-price fees for senior citizens Misty The sixth "buded" Debbie Shepherd received badges the in and enjoyed ago the 45 picked a service them - cream af- 171, helped booth Market, in at state parks Fees for camping, boating and picnicing at units of the California State Park System are half the regular rate, for people 62 years of age and older. The low rates for older people are in effect for the first time this year. The discounted rate for camping must be requested when reservations are purchased at Ticketron outlets. A special discount ticket is issued. The special fee applies if any member of the group using the campsite is 62 or older. Anyone may purchase the discounted tickets when making reservations. However, proof of age is required when the ticket is presented at the park. The discounted camping fee for people 62 or older is $3 per night for campsite with a recreation vehicle hook-up, $2.50 for developed campsite, and $1.50 for a primitive campsite. There is no discount in the $1.75 charge made by Ticketron for making the reservation. The half-price fee schedule applies to all State Park system units except Hearst San Simeon State Historic Monument. It does not apply to extra vehicle fees, extra horse fees, or to fees for dogs. The half-price rate does not apply to any already discounted fees, such as annual permits. In addition to the campsite fees above, older people are entitled to the following special prices: $2 per horse camp per night, with up to two horses; $1.50 bar boat campsite per night; 25 cents per trail camp (hikers and bikers) per person per night; one dollar per private vehicle for day use; one dollar per vehicle with one or two horses for day use of horse camps; $2 per day per vehicle and boat for boat facilities only; $I per day for Angel Island boat mooring ($2 if boat size prevents mooring two boats per slip); and $2.50 per boat per night for boat berthing at Brannan Island. Admission to museums and historic un.its, other than Hearst San Simeon State Historic Monument, is 25 cents for anyone 62 years of age or older. Some other tips for use of State Park System facilities: Dogs must have proof of rabies vaccination. Dogs must be kept on a leash while visiting state parks. Not all park campgrounds are full during the summer, and many have campsites readily available in other seasons. North Coast Red- wood parks often have campsites available on a first come first served basis. Regular reservations may be made up to 8 weeks before the camping period desired through Ticketron. (troops and Cadettes, during of June out of and the camp money baked Fair in Senior Citizens, less depentent upon school vacation schedules than younger families, can take advantage of uncrowded campgrounds in coastal parks and beaches in the Fall and Spring and of the desert parks, such as Anza Borrego, in the Winter. State Historic Parks are located in many cities. They are open daily. Group tours can be arranged with the local ranger staff. For more information about the State Park system, call or write the information office, P.O.Box 2390 Sacramento, CA 95811, or call (914) 445-4624. A State Park Guide, a large map showing all units of the state park system with a key to facilities available, may be obtained by sending one dollar to the address above or may be purchased for fifty cents at any state park. Exchange in the which 12- i to have be divided Jr. High of ; $'75 and the adults All this as it has Energy. it, or how to make it more ef- ficient. The entry blanks will be available at the Citrus Fair office or call 894-5790. A minimum of entries will be accepted so get your entry in as soon as possible as July 3Ist is the closing date. If you have a green thumb and would like to display the good news of the earth we will be having the Harvest Fair at the same time. This is the place for you to showcase what we can grow in Cloverdale. We will have hot air balloon rides, a carnival, pony rides and all kinds of things for the whole family. Even bus tours to the Geysers As you can see the Board of Directors are working for you and the community. The premium books will be ready soon and we will have a lot of new divisions for you. Sebastopol Gravensteln Apple Fair The Sebastopol Graven- stein Apple Fair will be held August 9 and I0 at Ragle Ranch Park, Ragle Road, Sebastopol. The Fair is sponsored by the Sonoma County Farm Trails and applications for reserving a booth are now being taken. Call the Farm Trails at 544- 5575 for information and to have an application mailed to you or stop by the Farm Bureau Office at Piner Road, Santa Rosa to pick one up. Youth Services By BARBARA CLAREY CIIILD ABUSE During the past year and a half much attention has been paid to the family and its problems in our changing soeio-economic society. One of those family problems is child abuse. With the decline of the extended family, grealer family mobility, and increasing social and economic pressures, we are experiencing a growing awareness of child mislrealment. Child abuse includes physical assault, corporal punishment, emotional assault, emotional deprevation: physical neglect or inadequate supervision, and sexual exploitation. "In reality, child abuse is any act (;f omission or comission that endangers or impairs a child's physical or emotional heallh and development." Child abuse involves a hurt child, but il also involves hurt parents. We cannot address lhe subject of child abuse asa one sided issue. The child needs protection, and the parents need help, relief, supporl, education and un- derslanding -all the things their children also need, but Wednesday, June 18, 1980 - Page 9 e Ihe parents are not able to provide. Over the next few weeks Ihe Youth Service articles will deal with the child abuse issues as a family problem and a community concern. Why? The Press Democrat and the San Francisco Cronicle have provided ex- cellent series on the subject during the past year. Why belabor the point in these columns? One reason is to acknowledge that we may just have problems,here in Cloverdale. I have read the articles and statistics. I have received the flyers on Iraining seminars in child abuse and sexual abuse in- vestigation, and I have at- t ended conferences where the speakers talk of working hundreds of cases a year; and I have felt not here in Cloverdale. It is not that big of a problem. Perhaps I have been negligent ! The problem of child abuse and neglect, of incest, of sexual abuse exist everywhere. It is here! It is perhaps unreported or unrecognized. Families that experience abusive and neglect ful conditions need the courage and support to seek help. what is child abuse? How can we tell if a child has experienced abuse or neglect of any kind? what causes parents to be neglectful and abusive? why does abuse exist? What is being done here in Sonoma County to combat abuse? what can you do and how do you report? i What attitudes do we have about abused children and abusing parents? All these i questions will be delt with i during the coming weeks. The laws relating to abuse and neglect will be reviewed. r What happens when a child abuse case is reported and what happens to the suspects and victims will also be spelled out. "In California alone, more than 55,000 cases of child maltreatment are reported annually to child protective services agencies. The magnitude of the problem is actually much greater since many cases go unreported. Child abuse and neglect occurs in all cultural, ethnic, occupational and socio- economical groups." It is a leading cause of infant mortality in the United States, and it is estimated Iha{ nearly one million American children are suffering from abuse and neglect at any given time (Information obtained from the Calif. Dept. of Justice, information services.) . 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