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Page 6, Cloverdale Revellle, July 16, 1997 Paul Dogall, 15, was chosen by the Cloverdale Police for prizes due to hls wearlng a blcycle helmet and followlng traffic laws. He recelved lunch at Papa's Plzza and Ice cream from Plcks. Let the friendly staff at The Halr Works style you from head to toe. (Back row, from left) Sherry Smlth, Shawn Hlett, Robbl Kelly, and Mlchele Flannery. (Front row, from left) Jody Moore, Karen Harrison, Unda Mlchalek-owner, and Tamr Wllson. Give yourself a treat and visit The Hair Works The Hairworks offers haircuts, perms and hairstyles for men, women and children. "We have a friendly atmosphere and we cater to our customers every need--from head to toe we will style you," Hairworks owner Linda Michalek said. The six experienced staff members also offer manicures, pedicures, acrylic and fiberglass nails, facials, permanent cosmetics, and massage and it's the best place in town to get a safe tan. Also take advantage of their bikini and leg waxing. Stop by the Hairworks and pamper yourself. To better serve you they now have longer hours--Tuesday-Friday, 8:30-8; Saturdays, 8:30-5; closed Sunday. The manicurist is available in the evenings Tuesdays and Fri- days. They are located at 123 N. Cloverdale Blvd., phone 894-2671. Cloverdale BoyScouts go to National Jamboree Yuri Parsons, Rory Taylor, Michael Allred, Andrew DeCamina- da, Eric Lopez and Steven Allred will join Jamboree Troop #605 and spend two weeks on the east coast this summer attending the 1997 National Boy Scout Jamboree. The first five days will be spent touring the Washington DC area and learning more abut our nation's heritage and history. These scouts will visit the Lincoln, Jefferson, Iwo Jima, Korean, Vietnam Veteran's and boy Scout Memorials. They will also visit the Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum along with the Naval, American History, Natural History and Holocaust Muse- ums. They will have an opportunity to visit the White House, National Archives, Washington Monument, Capitol Hill, Supreme Court, Library of Congress, National Geographic, Mount Vernon, Alexandria, Fredricksburg, Williamsburg, and Jamestown. They will also visit the Arlington National Cemetery and will put a wreath on the tomb of the unknown soldier. On July 29, they will head to Fort AP Hill in Virginia to join with 40,000 other Scouts from around the world for a week of activities at the 14th National Boy Scout Jamboree. They will spend a week living the Scout Law as well as participating in hundreds of exciting events that have been prepared especially for them. The boys earned their own money to be able to attend this once in a lifetime event and have been saving for 2-3 years. They appreciate all the citizens of Cloverdale who helped them raise this money by purchasing candy or popcorn from them, paying them to haul away a Christmas Tree, paying for the parking at the Citrus Fair, buying a cake at the annual auction, or visiting our yearly garage sale at the LDS church parking lot. They also appreciate all the help that their parents have given them to make his dream a reality. Like many other activities of this stature, it would not be possible to participate fully in this activity without a large amount of help from the local community. Jamboree Troop 605 would like to thank the following organizations for their help: Ed Bowen/Redwood Empire-$150; Cloverdale Police Officer's Association-$100; Clover- dale Volunteer Firefighter's Association-S100; Mike Baldus (Se- bastopol Scout Leader)-$100; Will Jopson/Ace Hardware-donated paint and primer, and gave lumber and many other materials at cost; Chuck Allred and Claud Williams-cutting out plywood and putting together patrol boxes; Ray Smith/Smith's Woodworking- donation of formica for patrol boxes and putting the formica on the plywood; Cathy Farris/Cathy's sign shop-painted gateway design and assisted Scouts in painting a Sonoma County mural to take back to the Jamboree with them; Charlie Ross-making boundary poles; Rachel Allred-painting murals, making neckerchiefs, and a hundred other things; Bill Jewel-transporting all of the Troop's equipment back to the National Jamboree so we don't have to pay to fly it back. We also appreciate Walmart in Ukiah for a gii certificate, Friedman's in Ukiah for a discount on materials, and Pierson Lumber in Eureka for donated wood. We apologize if we have forgotten to thank anyone. Over 20,000 LDS Church congregations to participate in worldwide service day , '  A century and a half ago, service to one another was a daily staple of the now historic Mormon pionr trek from the Midwest to the :" t Salt: Lake Valley on the.,sunset side of the Rockies,Iin commemoration of the 150th anniversary of the trek and in ' " keeping with the principle of service, Latter-day Saints in Clover- dale will join more than 20,000 congregations around the world in participating in "Worldwide Pioneer Heritage Service Day". "As modern-day beneficiaries of the sacrifices made by pioneers who have gone before, we can show our gratitude by unitedly rendering charitable service to others in our communities," Clover- dale congregation member Chris Bowen stated. Donations sought for Connolly music Donations are being sought for the Steve Connolly ship Fund. This fund has recently been transferred to Rosa Junior College, and $1500 in additional funds are l in order to make the fund a self-sustaining Endowment as required by the junior college. Since 1973, when this fund was established, ships have totaled $7600, benefitting graduating dents at Cloverdale High School. Because of a lack of seniors in the Cloverdale High School music scholarships have been awarded since 1994, and the ship committee decided to transfer the fund to Junior College. The committee is anxious to have these funds only to benefit music students but also to honor a m without peer. This fund was established in honor of Steve developed an outstanding music program at School from 1947 until he retired in 1991. His consistently awarded highest honors at State Music In 1980, the band was invited to a music festival townspeople raised money so that the students were participate. Connolly was honored by California Band Directors ation, and he received an entry into the Congressional in 1978, as well as the 1987 California Educator Students remember him not only for his meticulous to musical excellence, but also for his love, care, each individual musician. His entwining of music ity created lasting impressions on his students audiences. Since his retirement, Connolly has been a fre( conductor for the concert band at Santa Rosa In addition, he serves as a guest conductor for honor throughout the state, and serves as an adjudicator at Music festivals. Those wishing to donate to the scholarship fund are send their tax-deductible check to the Foundation Junior College, 1501 Mendocino Ave., Santa Rosa, CA Any contribution, large or small, will help. Please for Steve Connolly Music Scholarship." f Help Rehabilitate the GouldShaw House Cloverdale Our museum building has been declared unsafe needs new alarm and temperature systems. that you make any donation you can to help us our goal. All gifts are tax-deductible, and you receive written acknowledgement of any gift Yes I want to help rehabilitate the House, Cloverdale Historical Society Enclosed is my tax deductible " contribution of:. . (Please make checks payable to: Cloverdale Name:  Address: _  City:   In Memory of:. CLOVERDALE DIRECTORY CL()VERDALE DIRECT()RY CL()VERDALE DIRECTORY CLOVERDALE DI! The Hair 00Vorks LEnt With Thla Coupon! = NBB INN NBB INBI IIIIB ml mml limb im ml I FOOD TO GO Bm=Tz[lIt,]rB I Commercial & Residential Wiring I I 1 894-2033 i PAG ER (510)319-8235 [ Get Any Large 1 Topping Pia , l for Just $9.95 With This Couponl ]1 Try Us Again for the First Time .............. .1 , ......... .................. . ............ CLOVERDALE TOYOTA NOW OPEN! 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