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Paae 2 Cloverdale Reveille June 19. 1991 A place to go - JI a way to grow! / By Susie Leach, ExecMtive Director /I With so much going on, it's going to be a really exciting summer at the Cioverdale Boys & Girls Club. The Club will be open Monday thru Friday, from Noon to 5:30 p.m. Through August 30, the Club will be offering a free daily summer lunch program between Noon and I p.m. each day. Any child under the age of 19 is invited to stop by for lunch. We only ask that participants start showing up at the Club around 11:30 a.m. The tradition of Friday movies and popcorn will continue this summer with the Friday afternoon movie beginning around 2:30 p.m. We will once again be taking groups of youngsters to the City Pool twice each week - probably Tuesday and Thursday. More infor- mation on this when we get all the details worked out. "Arts in the Park" will be held in the City Park Sunday, August 11, thru Wednesday, August 14. It will feature a variety of art media and local artists from the County. Every- one is encouraged to come down to the Park and join the fun. Bingo will be held every Monday in the Library, and "Wednesday in the Park" will feature a variety of activities at City Park each Wed- neday, including a Nike Jump Rope Contest, a Bike Rodeo, a Water Olympics, a Penny Carnival, etc. On August 28, we have scheduled a Back to School BBQ and lots of games. Teens, we haven't forgotten you! Every Friday night at the Club from 7-10 p.m. is for Teens ONLY. Activities for this summer will in- clude dances, weight lifting, games- room and arts/crafts. Please call Mary or Mike at 894- 5063 for more information. We are all looking forward to a great summer. Plan to join us! Monte Carlo Night might just be Cloverdale's newest annual event Last Saturday night, the Clover- dale Police Officers Association and the Boys & Girls Club of Cloverdale co-sponsored a Monte Carlo Night at the Citrus Fair to benefit both organizations. There were about 200 people in attendance, and the evening was non-stop activity. There was a su- perb buffet dinner provided by the World Famous Hamburger Ranch & Pasta Farm, dancing and gaming. The blackjack tables were packed until midnight, indicating that "this town likes to gamble"! In addition to the friendly and professional dealers provided by the Active 20-30 Club, Cloverdale Police Chief Rob Dailey, Officer Keith King and Mr. Wayne Humphrey also tried their hand at dealing. Susie Leach, Execu "t Director of the Boys & Girls Club, com- mented Uaat "the evening was a great success, add far exceeded our expec- lions for a first attempt." At midnight, Officer Art Cerini announced the winners of the two Grand Prizes. Congratulations to Cloverdale's very own Pat and Cliff Snider. They're going to Disneyland! The Grand Prize trip to Mexico was won by another Cloverdalian, Matt Lincoln. Guest Willo Rose said, "I was very impressed and I'm already looking forward to next year." Pat Snider summed it up by say- ing, "The evening was really, really just wonderful!" Noontime News Congratulations ro Rm. 4, Mrs. Hines' 4th grade, for winning the #1 Room Award in the Cafeteria Com- petition. Second place went to Rm. 7, Mrs. Smith's 5th grade and Rm. 2, Mrs. Rornain's 4th grade. Positive Yard Duty Behavior Award Recipients are: 4th grade - Dustin Kuhl, Julie Rothacker, Zach Sutton, Laura Bue'rgler and C.arly Loofbonrrow; 5th grade - Hector Gudino, Codi Bradford, Chris Lands, Rainy Puterbaugh and Callie Reese. Intramural Sports - The 5th grade Kickball Champs are Rm. 5, Mrs. Hines' 5th grade! Congratulations, Rm. 5! .... Good sportsmanship wasdemon- strated by both teams. Rm. 2A, Mrs. Gregg's class, came back strong, but Rm. 5 was ahead when the tJme ran out, Middle School Racketball Champion of the Week is Brandon Waiters! Hardware ,.'riL, 5UPL/t-5 LAST 5 Star Flat Latex House Paint Washable, non-yellowing paint resists stains. Quick drying 163,14 WHILE SUPPLIES LAST 10.3 Oz. Siliconized Acrylic Caulk Adheres to any surface, yet cleans up easily with water. White. T8188 As Advertised , / " On As Advertised On Notiol TV 99 WHILE SUPPLIES LAST 12" Oscillating Fan Stay cool with a 3-speed, whisper quiet fan. Push button controls & odjustable nq,,.t angle. 69204 WHILE SUPPLIES LAST Hose King Hose Reel Extra strong, no rust poly frame holds 225 ft. of KI8" hoe. ;'49o8 Radial Belt Hose Durable rubber/vinyl hose stays flexible - won't crack Solid 60'. 73216 brass ciaini's Hardware 4 124 S. Cloverdale Blvd. 894-2165 Man-Sat 8.'00-5:30 Sun 10-3:00 Certificates of Promotion presented to 77 8th graders By Mary Jo Winter Washington Middle School's 8th Grade Promotion Ceremony last Thursday evening at the Citrus Fair was dedicated to the memory of Kristy Collins. Principal Marc Mager spoke of her quiet courage, saying that, as a teacher, she always encouraged youth to look upward. As the students filed into the audi- torium, Washington School's Band, under the direction of Ken Collins, played the familiar strains of Pomp and Circumstance. Colors were posted by the Ameri- can Legion Post #293, after which Dylan Davis led the assembly in the flag salute, and Student Council President Michael Garrity gave the opening address. Student speakers included Becky Craig, Jamie Goss, Shan- non Hall, Scott Schweild and Eiayne Torres. Elayne gave her speech in both English and Spanish. A number of students received special recognition for outstanding academic achievemenL Students earning Honor Roll status (3.0 or better grade point average) for all four quarters were Becky Craig, Todd Lands, Brian Luciani, Ryan Ostermann, Gabri- ela Schwan and Melissa Vega. Those earning Principal's Honor Roll status (3.6 or better grade point average) for all four quarters were Brian Bowen, Daniel Imbach, Join the safari at Cloverdale Library " Come join the safari at the Clover- dale Library beginning Wednesday, June 26 from 2 pm - 3 pm. It's free! Registration is not required and all school age children (Kindergar- ten and older) are welcome! The first program in the series, "Jungle Jive, Rhythms and Rhyme" will feature a film, stories and more. The following Wednesdays will feature: July 10: Tales From the Wild Side; July 17: Monkey Shines and Gorilla Grins: and July 24: Monsters From the Swamp. (Please note that there will not be a program on Wednesday, July 3). Call the Cloverdalc Library a, 894-5271 if you have any questions. Darci Plas Sara Romain and Melissa Vega. Six students earned Principal's Honor Roll all through 7th grade and for at least two semesters during the 8th grade. They also scored at least 80% on the CTBS tests. Named winners of the President's Academic Fitness Awards were Becky Craig, Dan Imbach, Brian Luciani, Darci Plass, Sara Romain and Melissa Vega. Jim Crump presented the Out- standing Achievement Awards to: Carlos Knoop for Mathematics; Darci Plass for Language Arts; Sara Romain for Science; Dan Imbach for Social Studies; Alicia Lozano and Scott Schweild for Physical Education; and Melissa Vega for Music Commander Jack Stuart presented the American Legion Citizenship Awards to Kara Lane and Brian Bowen. This award is one that represents distinguished achievement and the highest qualities of courage, honor, leadership, patriotism, scholarship and service. The recipients are chosen by members of the 8th grade class. ' Commander Stuart then present- ed an award to 8th grade advisor Delbert Pearl, for his continuing en- couragement and inspiration. The 8th Grade Chorus sang "I Am Somebody" written by Joseph Parente. After learning the song in Mr. Pearl's class, the students adopted it as "their song', and each wrote a letter of appreciation to the composer. Mr. Parent was so touched by their letters, he joined them for their Promotion Ceremony and was given special recognition by the class. He presented a cassette of the song to each of the students. Class Valedictorian Sara Romain and Salutatorian Darei Plass announced the names, as School Board President Jim Gunnink pre- sentod Certificates of thxnotion to each of the 77 NEW high school FRESHMEN! Following the ceremony, 8th grade parents treated the students to a party in the school's Multi-Purpose room until MidnighL Congratulations to Washington Middle School's 8th Grade Class of 1991 Mercedes Armstrong, Jason Bishop, Brian Bowen, Rose Butter- field, Shad ChaePel, James Cirimete, ghn Cation, &xca Cnag, Crawmer, Dylan Davis, Chris DeLapp, Misty Deter, Carmen Diaz, Senga Dippd, Mark Dowell, Charis Edwards, Anne Marie Eliggi, iam Farris, Michael Garrity, Jackie Giffiam, Angela Goodwin, Anna Goodwin, Jaime Gass, Magdalino Gucfino, Clint Hall, Shannon Hall, Kasie Hamilton, Karissa Haffman, Todd Hulbert, Dan Imbach, Autumn Jessen, M Jojola, Carlos Knoop, Todd Lands, Kara Lane, Jennifer Lewers, Tanya Lewis, Mellissa Lish, Christopher Love, ACacia Lozano, Bryan Luciani, Yasmin Mandano, Bridget Marquez, Lisa Meier, Molly f'dler, Zachary Mills, Jason Mobbs, Frederick Naredo, Shanda 9son, Pyan Ostermann, Carrie Pendergraft, Darci Plass, 'l&mmt Ramirez, Crystal Peves, Brian , Sara Pmain, David Santana, Gabriela Schwan, Scott Schweikl, Jessica Shaffer, Christopher Smith, Alicia Sow, Jamie Sousa, Brent Spingler, Timothy Walker, Dustin Terney, Lisa %nd, David'litus, Suzanne Toney, Miclu Toninato, Elayne Torrez, Juan Valdlvia Tolosa, Shafine Valdivia Tolosa, Melissa Vega, Sara Hlson, Stephanie 4d.son, Scott Winter, Alyce Zumwah .: ::,:::..:- :! Homework Help made a real difference! Awards were handed out recently to "graduates" of the Help program at the Boys & Girls Club. Students who completed at least one full 6-week session Gates, Kenny Griffin, Curtis Wise, Tony Stowe, Alex McNulty, Miller, Amy Gates, Beth Richards, Josh Fincher, Josh Tur Peterson, Wendy Hall, Tyson Hutchinson, Russel Meyers, Kas  and Mark Wilcheski. Pictured above (front l-r) are students Amy Gates, Tony Gates, Kenny Griffin, Josh Tures, Jeremiah Miller  the back row (l-r),are Joselyn Hester, who set up got it going, parent Kevin Griffin, Alice Romain, who wrote get the funds to run the program, volunteer teachers Allen Marion Randolph. Other volunteer staff members included Dawn Allison, Lois Morse, Dee Slack and Laura Templeman. Games, food and fun for all planned for July 4th at City The Boys & Girls Club of Clover- dale has just about wrapped up the planning of the 4th of July Fun Day at the Park. The food is ordered, games are being organized for the kids of all ages, and the summer weather has arrived. This year, the menu will be ham- burgers, hot dogs, corn on the cob, watermelon, chips and sodas. Each items will be reasonably priced and sold only with "funny money" to help shorten the lines at food service alp, as. The American Legion will have a beer concession, and popcorn and lemonade will be sold by the Roaring 20's Lioness. Organizers would also like to have a baseball game in the afternoon. Any suggestions for teams would be appreciated by Frank Davis. There will be live music through- out the afternoon for everyone's listening pleasure. There has been a good to requests for raffle prize and many exciting items received from local Volunteers are still with the kids' ties throughout the day, with set up, preparation of food. Contributions are raffle prizes and other Susie Leach, Executive of the Boys & Girls Club, I anyone who has some and energy to voluntea', with this event, or an to call her at the club, Asth it promises to be an and safe afternoon foe young and old. Come the fun,and help make July one to remember. New 12-Step group to July 1 at First Baptist Ch Cythina Bohnker, an M.F.C.C.I., will be facilitating a 12-Step recov- ery program at First Baptist Church beginning Monday, July 1 at 7 p.m. The group will focus on one Step per week. Each week's video pre- sentation will be followed by a dis- cussion. The goal of this education and support group is to principles to each of the 12-steps. The cost of these per week for the 12 have questions group, at 894-3274 or Cynthia 576-3128. Celebrate Cloverdale Sunday, June 30 1:00 - 4:00 p.m. Cloverdale opens its doors for your viewing pleasure. The Hwy 101 Bypass is now under construction, and so is Cloverdale's bright tuture. Open House at City Hall, Police & Fire Station. Cloverdale Downtown Development Plans & the Bypass Map will be on display. M50-70 Open Homes throughout the City & Countryside. aps will be available at a, Cloverdale Real Estate Offices and at each open house. For each home you wsit, you will be entered into a drawing for many great raffle prizes - the grand prize being a night for 2 at the Ye Olde Shelford House, a Bed & Breakfast in Cloverdale overlooking the Vineyards. For information: 894-5232 or 431-1531 3 Cordless 2- Speed DRILL/ DRIVER LAN DO IT WITH Cloverdale Lumber 1215 S. Cloverdale Blvd. 894-4401 QUANTITIES