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July 2, 1980     Cloverdale Reveille
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July 2, 1980

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X Wednesday, July 2, 1980 - Page 3 ing's Coming Up Roses" f ld was the MC for the Chamber of Commerce Installation Saturday Shown at head table, left to right: Frank Rose. Pat Rose. Rich Gall Esposti and Sonoma County Supervisor Nick Esposti. who g new directors. Photos by Janice. presents Vivian Menicucci and Mayor Jack Domenicheili with a joint Senator Barry Keene and Rep. Doug Bosco commending Steve Con- of top performance as a music cnstructor. "Everything's Coming Up Roses" became the im- promptu theme of the Annual Chamber of Commerce In- staltalion held Saturday night. June 28 at Papa John's Restaurant. Pat Rose was installed as the new President for the 1980-81 Chamber year in the midst of a room full of roses. Dale Peterson of Peterson TV was installed as Vice President• and Meredith Draper of First National Bank was installed as Treasurer. Supervisor "Nick" Esposti did the honors of ad- ministrating the oaths and briefly described each of- ficer's responsibilities. Esposti also paid tribute to the four retiring Directors who have completed their terms on the Board of Directors. They are Gall Ornbaun of Century 21. Darwin Christ of Cloverdale Products Janice Corey \\; ) Supervisor Nick Esposti, hands the gavel to the new C of C President Pat Rose. Editor of the Cloverdate Reveille and Lester Herring of Cloverdale Montgomery Ward Catalogue Agency. President Rose presented two special award certificates for outstanding service to the Chamber of Commerce. Janice Corey was recognized for excellent coverage in the news on community events while she has been Editor of the Reveille, and Lester Herring received the award for his six years of service on the Board of Directors. / ¢ o \\; 1980-82 Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors take the oath of office. Shown left to rght: President; Pat Snider; Pat Rose, , i Draper, Treasurer: Christine Wirtz; Jim Wilmarth ; and Ray Dale Peterson, Vice President; Merldeth Cavagnaro. In back row, John Pearson. Jan Sinclair not present for photo. C of C Directors installed in a room full of roses Herring has served as Parade Chairman and Chairman of the Fourth of July Barbecue, as well as on many other committees during the past six years. New Directors elected for 1980-82 and installed are Meredith Draper, John Pearson, Jan Sinclair, Ray Cavagnaro, Chris Wirtz, and Jim Wilmarth• Directors who will continue for one more yearare Pat Snider and Joe Bowman. Long-time Chamber member, Rich Pellegrini was Master of Ceremonies for the evening and had many fine comments on the achievements of the Cloverdale High School Band. He said with projects like this going for the community, it makes the Chamber's job that much easier. Mayor Jack Domenichelli and Vivian Menicucci then accepted a joint ressolution presented by Supervisor "Nick" Esporti on behalf of the joint efforts of Representative Doug Bosco and Senator Barry Keene commending Steve Connolly for his many years of top performance as a music instructor who has worked for over 30 years with top talented muscicians ,who never failed to make their marks in State-wide com- petitions. Congressman Don Clausen was also lauded for including Mr. "C" in the Congressional Record in the United States Capitol. Then came the moment many had been waiting for; the an- nouncement of Cloverdale's "Woman of the Year" award. President Rose did the honors and presented a sterling silver medallion engraved "Cloverdale's Woman of the Year, 1980 - Vivian Menicucci". This was really no surprise to the seventy people who gave her a standing ovation and a very long applause. It was a memorable evening. ii/ --, Supervisor Nick Esposti shakes the hand of Dale Peterson. v , new Chamber of Commerce Vice President• dfe Pat Rose. , "days" at County Fair her of Rates, the same as in the 13 through 16, children free, Sonoma past several years, are $2 $1.50 race entry, plus a $3 this adults at the fairgrounds combination licker. (a50cent The gates, 50 cents for youngsters savings 13 day Day, the 8, offers the race ' • special senior i the • man and the one with for ms, pay bo time. the out- on Wed- is is free Without the at no Presenting Oaks A unique and highly desirable property, in one of the most outstanding and beautiful areas in Northern Sonoma County has just become available. Situated high in the tree-studded hills, east of Italian Swiss Colony Winery, in the prime area of Palomino Lakes this rare and historical property offers privacy, but is not remote. LOCATION: 1116 Palomino Road, Cloverdale; 4.75 acres M-L; Main Lodge or Home - 6400 Sq. Ft. 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