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artist will exhibit in Mendocino Gallery Frederick Camp- Cloverdale will be one of honored at a reception on Friday, August 2, in Mendocino Gallery, in the Fetzer Vineyards in Hopland. in Laytonville, he worked in his younger years, a lifelong collaboration After a stint in the Air he received his degree in from Sonoma State Uni- and taught school in and Cioverdale. for this show, which is "New Directions - Paint, Clay", goes in a more direction, incorporating along with different combinations of wood. His palette for more than 50 woods, both domes- ticand exotic, helps in creating a broad range of pieces which arc functional as well as artistic. "I am fascinated with the grain patterns, colors and textures of woods. These new shapes are exciting to me, in their complexity and their simplicity of line," he said. The other two artists participating in this show, which will run through September 22, are potter Sheila Jenkins and painter Francine Bear- den. Made in Mendocino is a co-oper- ative art gallery, showing the work of more than 40 area artists and craftspeople. It is open daily from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Rosa Players will donate of gate to homeless shelter Rosa Players will pres- Can Care", an original variety show July 25-28. script is about a kids who decide to use an to put on shows to make money to help the The Santa Rosa Players donating a portion of their to a yet to be determined which have been since mid-July, are a ground for young per- all over the county. The headed by by writer and , Bonnie Caetano. a credentialed teacher in has been the motivating force in SRP&apos;s focus on kids. She is aided by Allen Walker, Musical Director, and several other SRP members who are chor- eographing different musical num- bers. This event is being billed as "terrific for the whole family", with ticket prices geared to allow every- one to attend. Kids Can Care will be presented at the Lincoln Arts Theatre, 709 Davis St. Evening performances are July 25, 26 and 27 at 7 p.m. Matinees will be given July 27 and 28 at 2 p.m. All tickets are $5, general admission. For more information, or to make reservations, call 544-STAR. VEGETABLE QUICHE BROTHER JUNIPER'S BREADS N. Cloverdale Blvd. 894-4088 CLOVERDALE JAZZ SOCIETY Fri., July 19 8-10 p.m. POLICE LOG Monday, July 8 Resident on Rockwell Rd. re- quests Cloverdale Fire Dept. check trailer after having a small fire. Construction worker with poss- ible broken hip transported by Cloverdale Ambulance from Alter St. to Healds burg General Hospital. Non injury traffic accident at First and Main. Female juvenile injured in bicycle accident on Dina St. Backpack belonging to Pittsburg man found 300 block N. Cloverdale Blvd. Owner notified. Male juveniles reportedly throw- ing rocks in the Corp. Yard. Tuesday, July 9 Non injury traffic accident US 101 & First St. Richard McCool arrested on out- standing warrant. Slash fire at Preston Lumber. Wednesday, July 10 Domestic dispute reported at Daly Field. City crews responded to report of water shooting out of water meter near street in 400 block of School Street. Thursday, July 11 Break-in reported at business 400 block S. Cioverdale Blvd. Cash uden. Resident on Kay Ct. reports find- ing injured squirrel on her front lawn. Officer transported to vet. Domestic dispute on Alter SL Multiple 911 calls report physical dispute on Clark Ave. Oak tree down and blocking roadway on W. Cherry Creek. Pub- lic Works notified. Grass fire 26000 block Asti Rd. Verbal dispute over parking 100 block N. East SL Friday, July 12 Juveniles on skateboards and ramp at Lake and Mulberry given warning by officer. Motorcycle riders on state prop- ertv west of river disturbing the peace. Cloverdale man arrested on suspi- cion of DUI at 4th & Main. Person harrassing customers of business in 600 block of N. Clover- dale Blvd. left before officers Saturday, July 13 Cloverdale man arrested on suspi- cion of public intoxication. Cloverdale man arrested on suspi- cion of DUI at USI01 & North St. Hit and run to parked vehicle 500 block Josephine Dr. Suspect and vehicle located. Charges pending. Monica Guinn arrested on out- standing warrant. Water leaking from center of sidewalk 400 block N. Cloverdale Blvd. Public Works notified. Juveniles on mini dirt bikes with- out lights on 4th & Jefferson. Group of juveniles who were gathering in front of Library dis- persed when officer arrived. Loud music distubing the peace 600 block S. Cloverdale Blvd. Sunday, July 14 Cloverdale woman arrested on suspicion of DUI at 1st & Washing- ton. Vehicle roll over reported on Asti Rd. near Dutcher Creek. No victim located. Smoldering sawdust fire at Sun Up Forest Products. Domestic dispute 100 block Lake. Cloverdale woman arrested on suspicion of public intoxication E. 4th Street. Injury accident involving motor- cyclist 600 block N. Cloverdale Blvd. Victim transported by Cio- verdale Ambulance to Healdsburg General Hospital. Loud noises disturbing the peace on S. Foothill. 9 lb. Chihuahua/Mini Collie mix lost from residence on McCray Rd. Answers to "Gizmo". Weekly campfire I)rograms offered Campfire programs under the stars are being offered at Lake Son- oma through Labor Day weekend. The campfire program will be held every weekend at the Liberty Glen Amphitheater. Nightly subjects will vary. The campfire programs are free to the public, with limited parking arrived, available. Come early to ensure a Martin Estrada arrested on out- parking space. standing warrant. For more information, please call the Lake Sonoma Visitor Center at (707) 433-9483. II U 11 ,TTO..EY A.O CO0,SE,O. ,T L,* "BUSINESS AND REAL ESTATE "DIVORCE AND CUSTODY "PROBATE, WILLS & TRUSTS "PERSONAL INJURY & ACCIDENT LITIGATION Widowers invited to "drop-in "grief counseling The Sonoma County Chapter of Widowed Persons Association of California is hosting "drop-in" grief recovery sessions the last two Sun- days in July and August. They will take place from 2-4 p.m. at Northbay Savings, Marlow and Guerneville Roads in Santa Rosa. There is no cost and widowed persons of any age are welcome. Widowed persons are invited to drop in, or contact Virginia Juley, 823-2024, with any questions. July 17. 1991. Cloverdale Reveille. Paae 5 Local photographer David Fargo Spencer set upa safe viewing station at Kleiser Park during last Thursday's eclipse. All in all, he says about 80 people stopped to watch the phenomenon - many of them tourists who just happened to notice the eclipse-viewing set up as they were driving by. Sign-up forms now available for Joe Pardini Joe Pardini Youth Football sign- up forms can be picked up at the following locations - Eagles Sportsworld - Jim Win Farmers Insurance - Joy Warren Professional Parts - Joel Johnson Dr. Snider's - Cindi Lands Sign-ups will be held July 27th from 9-11 a.m. at the high school or they may be turned in to either Joy Warren at Farmers Insurance on Youth Football 1st Street or Cindi Lands at Dr. Snider's prior to that date. Fees are $30 for one player/S50 per family. A current football physical is re- quired. For more information, please call President Joy Warren at 894-2376 days or 894-3853 evenings, or Secre- tary/Treasurer Cindi Lands at 894- 3986 days or 894-5030 evenings. Cloverda, le Direc t00'J y 105 E.'FIilST STREET ! 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