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Page 8 - Wednesaay, July 9, 1980 American City Clerk's Corner gio-.,1 .... Le ..... , By BARBARAPEUGH Mailgram messages are really ,, yaux:=iar -° CityCierk transmitted electronically to a post office near the ad- dressee for delivery with the By DENAGAMBETTA Following is a bit of in- next day's mail. NOTE: leave it to For the first time in the history of American Legion Auxiliary, all four convention delegates attended at the 61st Auxiliary convention in Sacramento during June 25th through June 29th. Delegates were: Dena Gambetta, Chairman, Lee Silver, Henrietta Ruppert and Leahona Harper. Our member delegates came away from convention high with enthusiasm, as our unit again took top awards on the state level. In fact we took so many awards that one column is not enough to relate all of them, so we will give you the awards in segements. First we would like to tell you of our fantastic winning in the Poppy program with Claudia Reck as the Unit Chairman. Claudia's Poppy book won third prize on state level for the best all year round poppy program publicity on Pop- pies, with a citation and a Check for $5. Next, for the first time in our auxiliary's existance our unit had a first prize winner on state level in our Poppy Poster Contest. Wilson Quang won first prize in Group I, receiving a citation and a check for $25. Previously Wilson won first prize on unit and district level winning a citation and checks on both accounts in the amount of $10 eaCh. Wilson's poster now goes to National for judging, whiCh will be eld in Boston, on August 15th. We sure wish Wilson the best and hope he will be a National winner. Here is a little human interest story on Wilson. He was born on July 12, 1967, and is the second of [our boys. He came to the United States in 1978. His drawing talent was discovered by his fourth grade teaCher, Mrs. Ballard, and with her encouragement and his parents, who sent him to Lillian Berg to learn more about .art, Wilson has truly .... Fome A long way with his art, and his natural talents. Wilson is very happy in Amercia, with his two brothers Alfred and Charles who have just recently come I I Claudia Reck, left, is shown with Wilson Quang who won first prize in Group l in the Poppy Poster Contest. Gary Bato winner of roup [l and Kathy Greppi, who accepted awards to this country with the help of our Congressman, Don Clausen and his assistant Ms. Diana Osbern. Wilson and his morn were most grateful, especially since they had been separated for eight years, and is grateful and appreciates the kindness and efforts on behalf of her children, so that they can all be together in God's comitry and mercy. The auxiliary tongratulates Wilson, and his teacher for encouraging him to enter the Poppy Poster contest. Winning on unit and district level in group II was Gary Bato. Gary won $10 on unit level and $10 on district level. Gary was born in Arcadia, California in 1968, went to school in Southern California through the 2rid grade after which he and his family moved to Cloverdale, and are still living in Cloverdale, and they love it here. Gary has two older brothers, George who is a salesman for SHARP IN Santa Rosa and Bill who is a student at Santa Rosa J.C. Gary's parents Ivan and Louise, own and operate Ivan's Shoe Repair in Cloverdale, where Ivan proud of his winning the above award. Gary also likes to collect pets and loves swimming. Congratulations Gary ! This year we entered Tammy Kaserman as our Miss Western Poppy Girl. She won on district level receiving a citation and then went on for state competition where she won second prize with a citation and a check in the amount of $10 for her Miss Poppy publicity scrap-book. We are so proud and excited for Tammy. There were three awards giving on state level and to have little Cloverdale win a second in this huge program was a terrific honor. Proud grandma, Katy Greppi ac- cep(ed the awards, since Tammy is vacationing in Fresno. Tammy also received a lovely Poppy tick pin. ;rammy was born in Santa Rosa and has lived in Cloverdale all of her life. She will be going into the 7th grade in September. She loves to ride horses, camping, swimming, skating, skiing, hiking and taking care of her cat, dog, horse, rabbit and repairs shoes, and Louise is a bird. She has been involved seamstress, in many Community Gary's favorite past time is organizations, but has been riding his dirt bike, and he with the American Legion enjoys drawingand art, that Auxiliary Juniors for five is why his family is very years. 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SHIPLEY 232-A Celiqltom C... $25"9920 • JOHN E: STAROBA, |1 2729 Ydvpe Ave ....... 5264054 iICHOLAS is. VROUVAS 291- E St. .......... 648-31,16 SEBASTOPOL • E.'FRITZ KRUGER 237 N. Mdn St ........ 123-4823 • L. BARRY LUTZ 357 N. Mz  ........ 1123-7111 SONOMA • ROBERT F. DOWD  - 1St.W .... '. • BU-1OGZ • NORMAN SCHWADERER M W.Slmis St ......... I * NOT L IN THE CURRENT SONOMA COUNTY TEi.EPFIONE DIRECTORY YELLOW PAGES I I I Illll Illl II I I for Tammy Kaserman, Miss Western Poppy Girl. Photo by Janice. enjoyed being involved with her eight days at Sacramento the Auxiliary, and it was a State where she was ex- special honor to be Miss periencing Government in Poppy this year. She said, "It action, by involving and was Fun". We of the doing. The highlight of the auxiliary congratulate - convention was when 545 Girl Tammy, and we are all so proud of her. To have received three top honors in the poppy program was indeed an honor for our small little unit, especially when competing with the whole state. Elsie Karr, Membership Chairman is proud to announce that only eleven more members are needed to reach our goal for a quota unit! Please you eleven help Elsie reach her coveted goal by July 15th! This past week, Kelly Edgar, Our Girls State representative was spending Staters came to the auxiliary convention floor, and sang their theme song for the delegates. It was an exciting experience for both the girls and the delegates, as it is only in Sacramento that this was able to take place, since Girls State is held each year in Sacramento. Dena says, it was great to be able to say "hello, Kelly" as she and the other girls marched down the aisle. We are all anxious to hear Kelly's experiences in September when she will relate her stay in Sacramento to the auxiliary. teresting information I received in the City Clerk's Assoc. 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