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Page 6, Cloverdale Reveille, July 2, 1997 Grand Jury to present final report July 10 The 1996-97 Sonoma County Grand Jury will present its final report at 4 pm on Thursday, July 10, in Sonoma County Courts Courtroom 14, the Judicial Of- ricers of the Sonoma County Courts presiding en banc. Following receipt of the final report, the Court will proceed with the impaneling of the 1997- 98 Grand Jury. Due to legislative changes, cop- ies of the final report will not be available to the public for two days after presentation to the Court. Affected agencies will re- ceive a copy of the Grand Jury report at the conclusion of the impanelment ceremony. Copies of the 1996-97 final report will be distributed to the public in the Press Democrat in July 12, 1997 and will be available in the Records and Forms Unit of the Sonoma County Courts on Mon- day, July 14, 1997. Cloverdale High FHA-HERO Chapter declared national second-runner up winner of FACTS '97 The Cloverdale High School Chapter of Future Homemakers of America (FHA-HERO) has been selected as the national second-runner-up winner of the 1997 FACTS (Families Acting for Community Traffic Safety) Award program sponsored by FHA/HERO and the National Highway Traffic Safety Admin- istration (NHTSA). The goals of the pogram are to promote traf- fic safety, increase safety belt use and reduce impaired driv- ing. As a national winner, the Clo- verdale FHA/HERO chapter will receive a $500 award to help fund their trip to the 1997 Na- tional Leadership Meeting held July 6-10 in San Diego, CA, so that other chapter representa- fives may teach others about their project. The purpose of the FACTS Award program is to encourage local chapter members to identi- Let "Especially For You" make make your special event memorable Sure, you could go out of town and choose a large, impersonal company to decorate your wed- ding or special party event--but what's their incentive to make your wedding look perfect? It's silly to go out of town when you have the award winning talents of certified floral designer Mary- anna Reynolds at your disposal. Maryanna describes herself as a "special event designer", and has worked on numerous wed- dings, parties, and special events like school dances and the Cit- rus Fair Gala. She gets all of her supplies and flowers from San Francisco and Santa Rosa and only buys the very best. She understands how important quality is to her cus- tomers. Maryanna started in the business 20 years ago when she was an interior decorator. Since then, she took courses at SRJC and got her floral design certifi- cation and has been sharing her talents with people ever s]fice. Every year she co-ordinates the Bridal Exchange that fea- tures local businesses involved in some way in special events and travel, at the Citrus Fair- grounds. "My main goal when I do the Maryanna Reynolds bridal show is not just to pro- mote myself. I want the Bridal Exchange to show people in Clo- verdale what our City can offer. We don't have to travel out of the area. Talk to your merchants and you will find they are more than willingJdo what it takes to satisfy y0u," she said. Maryanna has won best of show and first place awards in California Floral Design Com- petitions. Don't forget to watch for her 1997 creations at this year's competitions. You can reach Maryanna at 894-5219. fy a specific community traffic safety problem and carry out an innovative project to address that need. Using their family and consumer sciences skills, mem- bers can take the lead in their communities and show how school age. They held an "educa- tional blitz campaign" that re- minded adults that drinking and driving don't mix. They placed traffic safety signs around the community, and provided non- alcoholic party drink recipes through different mediums. They also produced a video they showed to several groups in their area. Future Homemakers of Amer- ica is a dynamic and effective nationals study organization that helps young men and wom- en become leaders and address important personal, family, work and societal issues through fam- ily and consumer sciences edu- cation. The organization has involved more than nine million youth since its founding in 1945. Future Homemakers of Amer- ica is unique among student or- ganizafions because its programs are planned and run by the mem- bers. It is the only national in- school organization with the family as its central focus. Par- ticipation in national programs and chapter activities helps members become strong leaders in their families, careers and communities. youth can make a difference. The members of the Clover- dale FHA/HERO chapter formed "FATE (FHA Acting for Traffic Education) to create community awareness by educating the pub- lic on different areas of traffic safety. "Every step of our educational process promotes a better un- derstanding of the issue of traf- fic safety for the members of our audiences," say members. De- pending on the age of the chap- ter's audience, a different safety focus was presented. The young- er elementary school students learned about bus safety, seat belts, bicycles and roller blade safety. The older elementary students reviews all these safety issues plus were informed of the dan- ger s of drinking and driving, while 8th grade and above pri- marily focused on and discussed the consequences of drinking and driving. The members present- ed a mock drinking and driving accident and had a convicted drunk driver, who killed two people, talk of is experience. The Cloverdale FHA/HERO members didn't stov "FATE" at PG&E intends to sell Geysers power plants PG&E's power plants at The Geysers, the world's largest geo- thermal complex, are to be put up for sale, the company has announced. The plants, located in the May- acamas mountains in Sonoma and Lake counties, are among four PG&E facilities in North- ern California to be sold as part of the transition of the utility. from a vertically integrated mo- nopoly to a distribution compa- ny, according the PG&E Presi- dent and Chief Executive Offic- er Gordon R. Smith. The other power plants to be sold are located in Antioch, Pitts- burg and San Francisco. The geothermal plants employ 201 people and PG&E has pledged to offer them retraining and assistance in finding new jobs or voluntary severence. Potential purchasers at the Geysers could be the current steam field operators Unocal Geothermal or Calpine. The Geysers field has been harnessed by the utility with wells up to two miles deep drilled to tap the natural subterranean steam. The steam is piped to a number of moderate-sized gen- erating units in Sonoma and Lake counties that have the ca- pacity to generate 1224 mega- watts of power. History shows the field was first discovered by William Bell Elliott in 1847 who thought he had come upon "The Gates of Hell." Alex McNulty, one of two students who spearheaded winning traffic safety project is shown here working on ,kmnifer Tegnell spearheaded the project along shown here presenting a computer game on seat belt l students at Washington School. / A major part of the FHA project were the 421 classrooms at Jefferson School. 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