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Sayre and Dr. Jonathan Kreger with Sue Murphey and i. f0 practice has endured r more thanthree decades Sayre is celebrating of serving the medical his military United States Army he and his wife, in Cloverdale on with their four small later, they built the Building, Io- Cloverdale Blvd. at proud to point out , less than one iha owned businesses than three decades. oldest medical Cloverdale, it is also medical practice r. In addition, the Building is the business address in Dr. Jonathan Kreger, a located his prac- Cloverdale Medical Diane Domenichelli has been Dr. Sayre's off'w.e nurse for a num- ber of years. His front office staff consists of Sue Murphey, Julie Jett and 1991 CHS graduate Michelle Wall. Dr. Sayre is an active member and past president of the Clover- dale Lions Club. He is also past president of the Salvation Army Advisory Board and has been ac- tively involved for a number of years with Alcohol and Drug Reha- bilitatioq groups, as well as with Kaiser Permanente and the Sonoma County Medical Society. Dr. and Mrs. Sayre have raised six children and will soon welcome their tenth grandchild. "Talk about family practice!", laughs Dr. Sayre. So, what's in the future for the medical practice? "Our aim is to constantly im- proved medical care", says Dr. Sayre. "In our spare time, though, we're just having fun and working on our future." STRIKE OUT 00hen it comes to your family's insurance needs! Call Joy Warren 894-2376 Life-Fire.Home-Personal -Commercial 104 E. First St. For Your Insurance Needs Congratulations Cloverdale H(gh School Class of 1991 Kenneth Barber, Kei th Braccialini, Lisa Brown-Guerrero, Maia Cahiff, Frederick Coo Christian Comilsen, qimothy Dalbec, Anthony Demattei, Mark Domenichelli, Dana Emmel, John Everett, Amy Evers, Jason Farris, Jason Fayter, Pad Ferrew, Dominic Fontana, Janea Freitas, Denaire Grossman, Rachel Harlan, Blythe Houg, Juan Izquierdo, Fredrik Karlsson, Stephanie Krause, Jason LaPant, Alexander Lepf,, Leupp, Jose Lopez, Sonia Lopez, Francisca Maciel, Karen McCarty, Lisa McKean, Tanya McLendon, Lisa Medeiros, Michael Medley, Neal Minnis, Chad Morse, Julia Mrkvicka, Richard Eric Natenstedt, Cheryl MSrton, Jesper Olsen, Jacob Pedersen, Monette Pendleton, Shannon Piper, Michael Powers, Olen  Merle Puser, David Pyes, Ronald Richardson, Joshua Pvera, Jose Podriguez, Erick Sanchez, Pgina Schweikl, Jason Spelbring, Amy Sprague, Suzette Strong, Joseph Tapia, Serio Tecglen, Adela Tores, Maraget Trimble, Michelle Waft,, Jennifer Wdson, Svenja 'lotzlcy SCMA now accepting scholarship applications The Sonoma County Medical Association (SCMA) and its auxil- iary are accepting applications for loans and scholarships for the fall 1991 semester. These funds, under the auspices of the SCMA's Health Careers Com- mittee, are available to applicants who are enrolled in medical, nursing or allied health college programs. Eligibility is based on a grade point average of 3.0 or better, financial need and permanent residency in Sonoma County. The deadline for returning appli- cations is July 15. The Health Careers Committee offers loans and scholarships twice a yeear, before spring and fall semes- ters, to Sonoma County students planning careers in the Medical field. The SCMA is a professional asso- ciation affiliated with the American Medical Association and the Califor- nia Medical Association to promote organized medicine and to assure quality, cost-fficient health care. The SCMA represents physicians of all specialties from throughout Son- oma County. For more information on receiving financial assistance, contact the SCMA at (707) 544-2010, exL 359. "Black & White" party of thanks Larry Mitchell from the Sonoma County Ofice of Education came to Jefferson School again this week and held a sing=a-long with the stu- dents. The children enjoyed singing many of the songs he taught them this yar. The faculty hada "Black & White" party for Larry. The staff room was key board crepe paper decorations for the tables and a large staff with music notes. The refreshments were vanilla ice cream, chocolate syrup and whipped cream. Dark brown Oreo cookies were also served. They plan to have Larry back in the Fall. (Editor's Note: How could decorated in black and white, with  ossibly refuse???) Rich Rowland is pl00vinq in Class AAA International League Former Cloverdale High School star catcher Rich Rowland is hitting .269 for the Toledo Mudhens in the Class AAA International League. Toledo, the Triple A farm club of the Detroit Tigers, had a 35-30 record through games played Satur- day. The Mudhens trailed first-place Pawtucket, the Triple A franchise of TECHNOLOGY STORE DEALER 1 COT err "Means Businnss"--  Includes [ at This Low Price, Se Do We! c., u.,,,o, And 20MB |  f799.85 i ItemelMobile Video Cassette I'T' s711 s., .... . ..... the Boston Red 5ox, by 5 !/2 games as of June 15. Rowland, who appeared briefly with Detroit at the tail end of the 1990 season, had 32 hits in 119 at- bats with nine doubles and two home runs through games played Saturday. He has scored 22 runs and driven in 20. Rowland is among a group of four former Redwood Empire players competing at the Triple A level and he is the only position player cur- renfly participating at the highest minor league level. The other three -- all pitchers -- are John DeSilva of Fort Bragg, who is a teammate of Rowland with the Mudhens, and Tim Meeks and John Wetteland of Santa Rosa. 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Van Portable Entertainer! AMIFMITV.Sound Radio 25 o/0 Off Keep U W=th Soaps Sports or News at Beach Pool, Wherever -7.e TV PLUS Cioverdale Blvd. 894-2695 A Radio Shack Dealer June 19. 1991 Cloverdale Reveille Pae :3 They were w-i-n-n-e-r-s! All of the first graders at Jefferson School participated in a Spelling Bee during the last week of school. After competing in their individual classrooms, the three top spellers in each room competed against the top spellers from other classrooms. Emerging victorious - after more than an hour of competition - were (l-r) lan Jones from Rm. 5, top speller Christina Griffith from Rm. 4, and Janessa Johnson, also from Rm. 4. The winning word? F-L-Y! Smith & Nielsen newest members of Cloverdale Planning Commission Elizabeth Smith and C. William Nielson wetm appointed to the Clo- verdale Planning Commission by the City Council June 12. Ms. Smith has served for the past six months as Planning Alternate. She will take the place of David Warren whose term expires June 30. Mr. Warren did not apply for re- appoinlmenL She is employed at Friends House in Santa Rosa and holds a Masters Degree in Education. Mr. Nielsen is a real Estate Broker with T.J. Nelson & Assocs., Inc. in Santa Rosa. He has lived in Clo- verdale for two years and has two grown children. He has a BS Degree from Califor- nia State Polytechnic University. On the first ballot, Mr. Nielsen tied with incumbent Dwayne Hawk. Mr. Hawk then withdrew his appli- cation in favor of Mr. Nielsen. Other candidates were Christo- pher Dinno, architect, Bob Baum- gardner, an employee of Louisiana Pacific Corp. and John W. Novak, an Industrial Education Instructor with Santa Rosa Schools. Library Corner Now you can test your know- ledge, outwit slime worms, make pictures on the computer or avoid troggles, just by making a trip to your local library. The Cloverdale Branch of the Sonoma County Library has just received new software for the Apple Computer, and invites you to try it ouL Young children can start in the Playroom, doing six different games, including learning to tell time or making a mixed-up toy. Older children will enjoy Number Munchers, practicing math skills in a fast game to avoid the troggles that will gobble them up. The fantasy game, Think Quick, ii 70% OFF Sale! involves secret passages and knights created from cauldrons. The challenge is to slay the dragon of Castle Mystikar before the slime worms get you. The library has 42 differnt pro- grams in all, for everyone from pre-schoolers to adults. Sign up at the reference desk, or call to make an appointmenL You may reserve up to one hour at a time, and the charge is 25 per half hour. The printer is free. To find out more about the com- puter, or to make a reservation, telephone the reference desk at 894-5271, or come on in to the li- brary and talk to one of the staff members. Instant Beauty * for your windows! * almost - you just measure, buy & install Quality & Price in one package! Hunter Douglas 1" Celebrity Blinds I 90DaysStme '/ DRPES& MORE As Cash O.A.C. I .................... I "  " Sli,e 3100 Dutton Ave., #124 Spedal Between Bellevue & Todd, past Corby Auto Row % OFV Santa Rosa 57&01t49 ! Family Cloverdale Swimming Pool 215 W. First Street, Cloverdale II I I I I June 24-September 2, 1991 Swimming Season C, SWIMIISTRUCTION -) C ,, POOLHOURS -') II II I I I I I I II I Ill I II -- i Registration Day Regislxation Day for all four lesson sessions is un 24, 10 tm. - 1 pan. Subqunt regisa_tion for c1$ can be made during pool hours t the swim scsson - ttbjct to space availability. Lesson Sessions Session 1 July 1-12 Sessioa 2 July 15-26 Session 3 July 29-August 9 Session 4 Ausust 12-23 Class sessiom consist of text 30-minute classes that meet Monday through Friday for two weeks. Class DeHpao The YMCA is offering two National YMCA Swimming programs at the Cloverdaie Pool - the Skippers II and the Progressive Swim Programs. Skippers H For ages 4 mad 5.  includes water orientation, basic water safety mad swimming drills. Progressive Swim Lm For ages 6-14. This program Ixovides five levels of skill advancement suming firom beginning swismner (Polliwog) and progressing up to advmw.d swimmer 0Flying Fish). Mmulay through Friday Progressive Lessons 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Skippe H Lsor, s 12 p.m. to 1 p.m. Recreational Swim 1:15 p.m. to 5 p.m. Family Swim 4 p.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday and Sunday Recreadonal Swim Family Swim ( Swim Lessons Skippers H $27 Public Swim Childr (4d2) Jtm_ior (13-18) Adult (18 &-older) Senioes (65 & older) Family (up to 3 children and 2 adults) - Each additional child 50 Season Passes Family $120 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. 4 p.m. to 5 p.m. POOL USE FEES Progressive $25 75 $1 $2 $1 $3 3 Ill I I I I kI I[I] tl Itll I [S],.-IZi...,,. llrI...,,,,,,i. mmi.:v], S[UUs..,m......,, a .,,,,..|1 Iz.I