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June 25, 1997, Cloverdale Reveille, Page 7 interns, volunteers local fire department interns and six vol- o/ned the Clover- mrtment, Fire Chief reports. will work a rotat- with the objective a second firefighter during evening |weekends. They have will comoletean orienta- ;shifts, Rose- They will also part/c- training sessions with ftrefighter has agreed to minimum service. intern Trevor Lit- complete his service interns are: Jeremiah Santa Rosa, who will ghter I acad- |JUne as an EMT I; Scott of Santa Rosa, a grad- academy with a first medical certificate; of Santa Rosa, is a of the academy as an has an associate degree in Fire Science aad is currently employed as a CDF seasonal fire- fighter in Lake County. He will work a reduce schedule until November. Intern Daneil Brent of Wind- sor will graduate as an EMT I this June from the Acadey. He was previously a Healsburg Fire Department Explorer. He will begin his schedule in Septem- ber. Volunteers are all of Clover- dale. Michael Harris, is a retired produce manager from Safeway Stores; Craig Chambers, is an employee of the Sonoma County Juvenile Probation Department; Greg Murray is a retired cable TV installer; Rachel Rawlings, a prior Geyserville Fire Depart- ment volunteer, is currently a seasonal firefighter with the CDF. She will start in Novem- ber. Matt Bell and Sean Falleri have been promoted from Fire Explorer and will start in Janu- ary, 1998. I War re-enactment at Sonoma June 28-29 American Civil War Association and the US Army of Engineers will make history come alive at Lake 28 and 29. Feel the thunder of artillery, hear of the wounded, smell the odors of camp as you re-live g infantry clashes of a Civil War Re-Enactment Springs Recreation Area at Lake Sonoma. late invited to visit the opposing camps of the Union and Observe the day-tb-day activities of the soldiers, and children of the era. Photograph living history at or come in period clothing and be part of the experi- will be two battles each day. The event is free to the public. Adequate parking is available within the area and across the street at the Visitor Center. For information call Lake Sonoma&apos;s Visitor Center at extension 3040. The Cloverdale School of Dance will hold Its 9th annual Spring Performance June 28, at 7 pm at the Citrus Fair Auditorium. General admission is $4 and those 12 and under, $2. (Top, from left) Laurel White, Amy Lile, Heidi Colllngwood. (Bottom, from left) Bonnie McDonald, Shannon Breci, and Michaela Breci. First Baptist Church hosts Bible study for women July 2 First Baptist Church is host- ing a Bible study for women this summer on Wednesdays at 9 am beginning July 2. The topic of heaven is covered in a seven week study written by Joni Eareckson Tada in her book ti- tled, Heaven, Your Real Home. Do you ever feel like you don't fit in? This study will help us discover the benefits of looking past the difficulties of this life to the joys of the afterlife. The au- thor became paralyzed from the neck down after a diving acci- dent when she was 17-years-old. Since then she has become a famous artist, musician and au- thor. "Her unique outlook on life will help us think about heaven in a brand new way," First Bap- t/st Church member Jonni Con- way stated. The Bible study is free of charge, casual, and all interested women are invited. There will be child care avail- able for a small fee. If you have any questions please call Jonni Conway at 894-9122. Puppeteer at the library June 25 The Friends of the Cloverdale Library are sponsoring a special event at the Cloverdale Library on Wednesday, June 25, at 7 pm. Randel McGee and his dragon puppet, Groark, will perform "We Are Friends/Somos Amigos'. All ages are invited to attend this free program. Call 894-5271 if you have questions. 4-H Demonstration Day deemed a big success The Cloverdale 4-H held their annual Demonstration Day June 14 at Dave Miller's home. The following is a list of the project groups and what they demonstrated: sheep--washing a sheep before a show; hiking-what to do and what not to do on a hike; reptiles-the right way to catch a lizard; rabbits-a rabbit first aid kit; poultry-showman- ship with poultry; and photogra- phy-the parts of a camera. All of these groups used poster board to show the basic idea. Air the presentations a pot- luck and barbecue was held for all the members. The Cloverdale 4-H T-shirts also came in and members can wear them at all of the fairs this summer. Several club members will be exhibiting animals and arts and crat at the following fairs: Sono- ma Marin Fair, Sonoma County Fair, Redwood Empire Fair in Ukiah, and the Mendocino Fair in Boonville. Books only partially represent their authors; the writer is always greater than his works. ~Bovee ? LOCKSNTH Phil Cann will help you with any lock-out situation, 24 hours a day. Cloverdale Lock & Key offers 24 hour emergency service Have you ever come out of the supermarket with an armload of groceries only to see your car keys winking up at you in the sunlight, sitting on your seat in your locked car? Have you ever left the house in the morning, made a few thousand stops losing your keys somewhere along the way? Have you ever come home late at night after being gone a few days only to find your wife has changed the locks on the house? Phil Cann is available 24 hours a day, plus he's closer and cheaper than other locksmiths in the area. He can pick locks, service locks, make and sell keys of all kinds--automotive, commer- cial, and residential. He can help you out of any lock-out situation- -but he probably won't be able to help you with your wife. Just call 894-5625 or 894-LOCK for fast service. Phil has lived in Cloverdale for about 40 years. Before buying Cloverdale Lock and Key he was the Superintendent of Public Works for Cloverdale. + RETAIL STORES i r .................................................................................. ,,, :.,: . i_____CARE .................................. SERVICES A  ............................................................................................................................ SERVICES SERVICES - SERVICES SERVICES....._  ANTIQUES. COLLECTIBLES , lllTy  IrBJii)la COiISIGIlI & MARK 121 N. 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