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Bart Days a Success annual Black Bart Saturday, May 31, by the Cloverdale erce and City been heralded sUCcess thanks to the of its many volun- ,and funding by its corpo- was over last the run/walk, trade Cow chip toss, fashion aalgic show, barbecue, ' of music much more. the festivities Frank as Volunteer by the Cloverdale of Commerce; and was honored with Chamber" pre- tndow Display contest by one of Cloverdale's "The Trad- Best Decorated Trade went to Care Home The Grand Prize of a r at the Vintage Tow- and Breakfast and din- ' Johanna and Jon Hall- Chip Doubles Casey Leach won prize in the Fashion Amateur Wine Making in the red wine cat- egory Dante Leoni took the gold; and Tom Simoneau took beth the silver and bronze. In white wine entries, Dante Leoni again took the gold and Bob Bennet took the silver. Chuck Chodora took the bronze. Best of show went to Tom Simoneau of Healds- burg. In the new Amateur Beer Making Event in the Stout cate- gory, first place went to Brian Hecht. In the ale category, best of show and first, place went to Russ Samson and Rick Trau- mann; second place to Dick But- ler. City Manager Bob Perrault once again organized the 3Kand 10K Gold Rush Race held at 9 am on Saturday morning. Over- all 10K winner was Scott Roy- nolds with a time of 40:04. The first place woman runner was Laura McIndoe at 45:32. In the age 13-19, Trinette Mc- Donald took second in women runners at 51:25. For ages 12 and under, James Bricker came in at 59:37. Other notables: Craig stern at 49:21; Joe Heckel (and his dog) at 53:39; John Pearson at 58:05; and Jose Azevedo 60:55. Over 200 barbecued dinners were served while diners enjoyed classical country music enter- tainment. The dance following dinner was fun for young and old alike. Have you dolle your honleXXol'k on the rising cost of college? School to expand Elementary School class sizes for third Starting in September. school year saw re- ;s for Kindergar- second grades. of trustees has ap- ;e of two more classrooms which are should be brought this summer. msrooms were the campus last year. is to have only 20 stu- a change Veterinarian license Cveranen, executive of- Department of Con- Affairs' Veterinary Board, announced June the Board has revoked license of Dr. Hand of Philo, the istra- Mobile Animal for numerous vi- Code, as well as for with an expired li- default decision, Hand practised with- between August January 1995 and insanitary facil- action came a Board inspector to consumer corn- numerous viola- cages littered waste, examination and a surgery ta- , dirt, cat testicles. Instru- in the sink were with dried blood and 1996 Hand was in Mendocino County Court of practicing medicine without a July 1987 the Veteri- Board placed him for five years and him for 240 days for treatment of several . In January 1978 he was the Board for 60 with complaints or veteri- s should call the the things in comron makes relationships enjoyable, but it's the little differences that stake them interesting. Todd Ruthrnan CHEAP from the usual 28-30 students. The State of California imple- mented the program before the -beginning of the 1996-97 school year and most teachers report it to be a success. According to Claudia Plumley the portables will be located where the garden is now. The garden will be moved to two other locations. "It's going to be OI The garden will actually be in a better spot where it can be better utilized," she explained. Since every classroom works in the garden, it will now be more accessible to all of the class- rooms she explained. 2urrent enrollment at Jeffer- son is 505 students. Last year there were 85 kindergartners reports Plumley, but this year 108 have registered so far. "It looks like there will be a slight increase," Plumley noted. Proposed modernization projects for the school are still on hold. The board was to approve a contract with Quattrocchi archi- tects of Santa Rosa to begin groundwork to prioritize projects, but instead decided to call another study session, sched- uled for June 16. Kay Kneisler, Black Bart Festival Chairman congratulates Jon Hallman (center) and James Reynolds for winning the chow chip doubles competition. Barbara Seamans is Interviewed by Tim Ward during the Fashion Show finals on the plaza stage during Black Bert Days. Scott Reynolds was the winnerbf the 10K run held during Black Bert Days Phil,  m,d O,m md Dm Ouanerom Poetry contest A $i000 grand prize is offered in a free poetry contest, open to everyone in the Cloverdale area. Poems may be written on any subject using any style, says Dr. Carolyn Vanderbilt, contest di- rector of Hollywood's Famous Poets of America. Beginners are welcome. To enter send one poem only 21 lines or less to: Free Poetry Contest, 1040 Fairfax Ave., Suite 208, W. Hollywood, Ca 90046. Now Your Hunter Doujlas Distributor In Cloverdale SAVE 70% on Celebrity Mini Blinds SAVE 70% on Tahoe Wood Blinds i NEAL REYNOLDS WINDOW COVERINGS Free Installation Free Estimates Everything fore Window 1894.'52191 Ne Reynolds Because...Now Is The Time Lr, KO_Y_P.fl Senior Multipurpose Center 201 Commercial St. Tuesay, June 24 at I PM Please Ask About Other Seminars in the Area I.knited Seating Ca. (e00)232-,ss Presented By: Ask About Our Special: $399Total Cost With This Ad Lifetime Changes FREE! June 18, 1997, Cloverdale Reveille, Page 3 r- Sonoma Valley Shakespeare Festival opens season 6/20 The 1997 Sonoma Valley Shakespeare Festival, located at the Historic and Romantic Gun- dlach Bundschu Winery in Sono- ma, opens its entire season during the weekend of June 20- 22nd. Opening on Friday June 20 is Shakespeare's magical "A Mid- summer Night's Dream  direct- ed by Diablo Valley Junior College Drama Professor Ed Trujillo. Additional performance dates are July 5, 11, 23, 29, August 2, 10, 23, 29, September 19, 21 and 28. A special one time perfor- mance will be held at the Field- stone Winery in Healdsburg on June 28. Opening on Saturdays June 21 is Shakespeare's timeless tragedy, Hamlet. Hamlet also plays on July 6, 12, 25, August 8, 17, 22, 24, 30, 31, September 5, 7 and 13. Fieldstone performance will be held on July 19. The final show of the season is the hilari- ous comedy The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (abridged) written by the Re- duced Shakespeare Company and Directed by SVSF Artistic Director Carl Hamilton. "Com- plete" opens on June 22 and also plays on June 29, July 13, 18, 27, August 1, 9, 15, September 6, 12, 14, and 26. Fieldstone perfor- mances to be held on August 16. All shows are performed in the Outdoor Amphitheater located on the grounds of the Gundlach Bundschu Winery. Seating is on a terraced lawn. Blankets, pil- lows, and low beach chairs are recommended. Beach chairs are also available to rent for a nom- inal fee. Picnics are encouraged. The winery has several scenic picnic sites or you can picnic during the show. Award winning wines are available by the glass or bottle. Deserts, juices and bottled wa- ter are also available. A sweater or coat is recommended for the occasional evening chill. Show time is 6:30 for the Gunslach Bundschu show and 5:30 for the Fieldstone Winery. Gates open one hour prior to curtain. Tickets are available at both winery tasting rooms, the gate the evening of each show, the SVSF box office located at the Spreckels Performing Arts Center located in Rohnert Park and by calling our box office at (707)584-1700. Visa and Mas- tercard accepted. For general info please call the info line at (707)575-3854. 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