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July 9, 1997, Cloverdale Reveille, Page 3 Cloverdale veterans honored at a special luncheon S ,S The Cloverdale Senior MulPurpose Center held a special luncheon honoring Cloverdale&apos;s veterans on Memorial Day. The Cloverdale VFW, commanded by Leroy Sill, performed the ceremonies and US Navy Veteran Dick Johnson gave the Invocation. (Pictured at left) Rosemarle Martinique, dining site manager at the senior center, stands with Rocco Santomenna, the oldest veteran at the luncheon. (Above) Some of the veteran's who attended: (back row, from left) Dick Johnson, Homer Carr, Marry Martinique, Marge Dogali, and Bill Haseldon. (Front row, from left) Wayne Davison, George Dogali and Roco Santomenna. (Pictured at right) Cloverdale resident Lee Menicucci provided entertainment by singing at the event. variable annuity, you can: your retirement savings when you pay taxes your future income probate  tl o.g]incs the risk ectivcs of the program. bcfow inving or EdwardJonei TedEthered ,' 101 Plaza St., Heal&, rg (707)433-7827 www.edwardjones.com M=IIIwSMC Annual puppet show at the library July 9 It's time for the annual puppet show at the C]overda]e Library for ages six and older on Wedne s- day, July 9, 2-2:45 pm. This yeaFs show is "The Story" with Frog and Toad, which celebrates this year's summer reading theme: "Good Books...Good Friends". Bring your friends to this free program! Call the library at 894- 5271 if you have any questions. Preschool Storytime series at library All 2-5 year olds are invited to attend the free Preschool Story- time series at the Cloverdale Library on Tuesdays, July 8-29, 10-10:30 am. There will be sto- ries, songs, movement activities and more! Call the library at 894-5271 if you have any ques- tions. One bank will be here for you and your business. The Doyle Trust guarantees we cannot be bought or sold. Banks are businesses that can be bought or sold, leaving customers with less service. Exchange Bank s unique charter prohibits our sale and gives a percentage of our profits as scholarships to Sonoma County residents attending Santa Rosa Junior College. Exchange Bank has been building strong relationships with Sonoma County businesses since 1890. If you would like to work with a bank that is always here for business, call Exchange Bank. We offer: A friendly team of officers, tellers and staff working for you Simple SEPs, 401Ks, and Pension Plans 107 years of commitment to our customers and the community we serve We'll work with you to build a valuable business relationship and a Customized portfolio of services. Make an appointment. We'll bring the coffee. Let's talk busines Call 5244000 today. Genevieve Malmstrom recently celebrated her birthday st the CIo- verdale Senior Multi-Purpose Center. Genevieve was one of the people who helped get the senior center started years ago. (From left) Claire Caudill hands Genevieve a gift, senior center director Holly Werner and Genevieve's husband, Fred. '1 As Lo As | $35 Installed "'" 4"" -i Warranty Custom Made Free instafl-ation- Neal lynolds ii i ......  <--"  "1 . ,.-,-.....- --=E -'" -/i-.. ,-/.-// I/" -".-" ,-"b" 4 >  -" /I" . /'/" -.' , / ,'/ " /Z / .....///'"" ). ."/.:: / .< L; !){:/ u...,.< THE TEMPERATURES ARE RISING, AND SO ARE THE NUMBERS OF FLEAS! PROTECT YOUR HOME AND YOUR PET. WE CARRY A FULL LINE OF FLEA ELIMINATION PRODUCTS. 821 N. Cloverdale Blvd. 894-9514 i [ Franchised for: CIo erdale Ge senille lleahlbur Sa les-4e n ice--P arts Member FDIC McCONNELL CHEVROLET OLDS GEO YOUR NEAREST GM DEALEt 1395 Healdsburg Avenue, Heal&burg M--I 1 800 //5 3384 New CEO for Healdsburg Hospital May Schwind has been named Chief Executive Officer of Co- lumbia Healdsburg General Hos- pital. Ms. Schwind brings to Healds- burg more than 30 years of healthcare experience, ranging from clinical and quality man- agement to administrative posi- tions. She has been a part of Colum- bia's management team in Northern California for nearly a year and a hal Before coming to Columbia in Healdsburg Ms Schwind was CEO of Columbia San Jose Med- ical Center. Located at 1375 University Avenue Columbia Healdsburg General Hospital is a 43-bed gen- eral acute care facility which has served Healdsburg and Clo- verdale residents since the early 1920's. It is staffed by 275 em- ployees and 48 volunteers. The medical staff includes 50 physi- cians. A 24-hour emergency room is also provided, as are many other services, including a family birthing center and a se- nior mental health outpatient center. Asthma Awareness Playday July 26 The American Lung Associa- tion of the Redwood Empire wants children with asthma to breathe a little easier. To that end, the Lung Association will sponsor an Asthma Awareness Playday, Saturday, July 26 at Douglas Whited School, 4995 Sonoma Highway, Santa Rosa, from 9 am to 3 pro. The fee is $1o. The event is geared for young- sters ages 6-10 and their fami- lies to learn the necessary information and skills to pre- vent or control asthma symp- toms at home, at school and at play. The event will teach children to identify their triggers, to know their warning signs and to use medications and inhalers cor- rectly. "And what's especially nice is that kids with asthma can be together to learn from each other,  Boling said. To register, or for more infor. maton about other asthma cam in the American Lung Associa- tion of the Redwood Empire' seven-county region call 527. 5864. Welcome an exchange student into your home Host an international high school exchange student for the fall school year when students from over 50 countries will ar- rive in the US to become a mem- ber of an American family and learn about our way of life. AY- USA(Academic Yearin the USA) International invites you and your family to share your friend- ship, love and home with a stu- dent from Russia, China, Japan, Germany or Sweden. These students will attend lo- cal high school and have their own spending money and full medical insurance coverage. For more information about these students and others orhow you can work with the students as a community representative contact Mary at (707)539-1106 or call toll free at (800)388-3013. GIIII ii I ii Ill I 1 III I I I race Lutheran Church - Charting A New Course For Cioverdale * Warm, Casual Atmoaphere* *Solid Biblical Teaching* * Uplifting Worship* *Caring Children's Ministry* k Sunday School & Adult Bible Class, 8:45 AM Praise & Worship, lOAM 890 N. CIoverdale Blvd. 894-2330 I I i