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July 16, 1997, Cloverdale Reveille, Page 3 Ell BE D| uD all lib no "D IIg I Transport open to public 7/21-22 Coast Air Muse- the public a a unique muse- IL-14 Russian t on July 21-22. the only one of museum. Made in it first flew in 1953. are still being )lanes or as civilian and mili- This particular plane in East Germany, VIPs. and explore the lounge set up for and its cockpit It was obtained by government study cold war. members took posses- in Reno, NV in 1994 it to its new home at i County Airport. Air Coast Muse- organization to promoting the ac- restoration, safe oper- display of historical located at Becket Laughlin, Sonoma They have mu- [res- ects on outdoor shop and photo/ display; docent Tuesdays and 10 am to 2 pm Sundays, I0 For more informa- Thanks to the Adopt-A-Class program, Mr. Gregg's 5th grade class enjoyed an over-night trip to Ft. Ross. Mrs. Bowen's class enjoyed their visit to the Bale Grist Mill near Napa, a trip made possible by Adopt-A-Class. Have you done your home,york on the rising, cost ot" college? , 00useum will exhibits to Sept. 21 pen July 23 21 at the main fthe California Muse- Luther Burbank Cen- gs Road, ceramics will , as will Alan Azhderian, Susie Phillips and of Zoltin Vasvery will in the Foyer Gallery 8 a.m. to I0 p.m. are Wednesdays and p.m., Thursdays, weekends 11 a.m. is free. Wc can provide a free college cost anal ysis that will show you: Approximately what the college of your choice is expected to cost in the future; How much you'll have to save monthly or annually; How to develop an investmem plan that can help you meet your savings goal. Call or stop by today for more Information. FAwa00Jonei lndlvldusl Inwmom Since z87s Ted Etheredge lO1 Plaza St., Hcaldsburg (707)433-7827 www.edwardjones.com MmlI,RC : SEVENTH_ANNUAL00 ament and Beef BBQ Proceeds to Benefit the Cloverdale Boys and Girls Club Rebuilding and Other Club Projects The Cloverdale Rotary event takes place August 8 at the Tayman Park Golf Course in Healdsburg 12:30 pm shotgun start. Format: scramble If you have a group, GREAT! Let us know or we will pair you up. $50 entry fee per person includes: Tee Prizes Check in 11:45 am Hole In One Prizes Lady Golfers Welcome Entry Fee Golf Cart Limited to 72 Players For more information call Gary Witty at 894'-5241 or Dr. James Wood at 894-2464 CARE Foundation's Adopt-A-Class program has most successful year ever The CARE Foundation's ADOPT-A-CLASS Program of 1996-97 had another successful year. In fact, it was the best year yet! A grand total of 16 classes were adopted at Jefferson School, Washington School and for the first time, the high school. The ADOPT-A-CLASS Pro- gram is a unique way in which members of the community can directly support the schools. Businesses, families and groups of parents can adopt a class for a tax-deductible contribution of $250. Sponsors can adopt a class of their choice, or CARE will be happy to match them with a class. The teacher can use the money at their discretion for classroom materials, field trips, speakers, and special activities. A rewarding relationship of- ten grows between the sponsor and the adopted class. Teachers are thrilled when they first learn that their class has been adopt- ed because they can plan projects and programs that they other- wise might not be able to afford. At Jefferson School Mrs. Do- menichelli's first grade class was adopted by Mr. and Mrs. Bea- vers and Mr. and Mrs. Jopson. Mrs. Domenichelli ordered many supplies for her class including musical instruments and math and reading manipulatives. Mrs. Williams second grade class was adopted by Exchange Bank. They used their money to go on a field trip to Marine World Africa USA. Fun was had by all, especially Mrs. Williams who apparently was soaked with water during the killer whale show which of course delighted her students! Mrs. Gunnink's shared class- room was adopted by Mr. and Mrs. Gillis (grandparents of class member Carra Murray). Mrs. Gunnink really knows how to get the most of her money! She says, "We stretched our Adopt- a-Class money to supplement our learning all year. The Bat Con- servationist visited the class in October. We purchased four CD learning games and a CD stop age bin in November; art sup- plies in January to replace well worn supplies; attended an en- vironmental show at the Luther Burbank Center (LBC) in Feb- ruary, and in April had Class- room Safari visit our classroom. The Safari visit was a great ac- tivity culminating a year of Sa- fari study'. Mr. Harwood's kindergarten/ first grade class was adopted by Mrs. Julie Brandt. Mr. Harwood brought a professional actors theater to Jefferson School. He also took his class on a field trip to a play at the LBC. With re- maining funds he purchased materials for each child to make a drum for their performance on Grandparents Day. Miss Bellone's kindergarten class was adopted by John and Starla Rouser. Miss Bellone also took her class on a field trip to LBC to see a play. John and Starla were both able to attend. She was also able to purchase two books for each child to take home and read over the sum- mer. Mrs. Bowen's second grade class was adopted by a group of parents: Mark and Diane Jans- en, John E. and Pam Johnson, Patti and Tom Mannatt, Debbie and Carl Bogner, Paul and Sue Rink, and Craig and Sharon Bil- bro. Mrs. Bowen used the money to fund two field trips. One was to the Bale Grist Mill, the other was to Marine World. As far as we know, Mrs. Bowen stayed dry. Ms. Harris' second grade class was adopted by Keith and Sheila King. She purchased many items for her classroom including a CD player, food for special projects and five book bags for students to take home. These are decorated cloth bags with a book, tape and stuffed animal inside to encourage reading at home. Mrs. Conway/Mrs. Barney's third grade class was adopted by Mr. and Mrs. DeRosier and Mr. and Mrs. Mittelstadt. They pur- chased alculators and)tagn- ing glasses and also went to Marine World. Mrs. Vogenson's third grade class was adopted by Steve and Lois Boettger. At Washington School Mrs. Hester was adopted by Mr. and Mrs. Frandsen (grandparents of class member Hannah Sutton). Her class attended a perfor- mance at LBC. She also pur- chased some art supplies and poetry books. Ms. Burke's seventh grade class was adopted by Lori Carstens. Ms. Burke spent the majority of her money on an assembly called "Big Cats". 120 seventh graders were able to view, up close, five big cats in- cluding a puma, a lynx and a snow leopard. That was an experience that they will never forget! She also spent part of her money on the newest Hubble slides. 260 Clo- verdale parents and students viewed these slides at a Star Party with the Astronomical Society. Mr. Gregg's fifth grade class was adopted by Mr. and Mrs. Jewell. Mr. Gregg took his class on an overnight trip to Fort Ross. They also went to the solar liv- ing center in Hopland. Mr. Guisso's class was adopt- ed by Mr. and Mrs. McClellan. Mrs. Simoneau's fifth grade class was adopted by the "Friends of Mrs. Simoneau" that include; Craig Bilbro, Mr. and Mrs.. Hare, Mr. and Mrs. Werner, Mr. and Mrs. Graddy, and Lorraine Tornay. Mrs. Romain's fourth grade class was adopted by the "Friends of Mrs. Romaine  which include: Mr. and Mrs.. Jopson, Mr. and Mrs. Amann, Mr. and Mrs.. Rankin, and Mr. and Mrs. Villa. At the high school Mr. Helm's class was adopted by Mr. Camp- bell. If you would like more infor- mation about CARE's Adopt-A- Class Program please contact Sue Rink at 894-1893 or Shirley Murray at 894-5102. You may also write to CARE at PO Box 781,.Cloverdale, CA 95425. 107 years of local lending history... Exchange Bank has been lending partners with Sonoma County business owners since 1890. This means we know and understand the needs of local business, and make fast decisions based on that knowledge. And, our 17 handy branches bring business bankers closer to you and your business. You can work with a banker who looks at people, not just numbers. Exchange Bank offers: Quick and local loan approvals Choice of loans or lines of credit for what your business needs most SBA and term loans for growing your business Business lines of credit for periodic working capital Full-service equipment leasing through our Dumac Leasing division We'd like to hear your business story. We believe in people who live and work in our community, just like we do. 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