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July 23, 1997     Cloverdale Reveille
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July 23, 1997, Cloverdala Revellle, Page 3 Toastmaster Installation Dinner held recently held a tropical theme Installation lthe Redwood Smorgette. Several Toastmasters attended and many wore hats and entered the "best (above), the new secretary for the won the hat contest. (Above, from left) Claire Caudlll and Toastmasters Area Governor Steve Ollver. For more information regardlng Toastmasters contact Caudlll at 894-3043. \\; use Toastmasters to build their confi- speeches. (Above) Frank Rose and Trimble. New babies welcomed and Craig Chambers of Cloverdale are proud to the birth of their baby girl, Clarissa Kristine Chain- July 8, 1997 at 7:15 am, weighing seven pounds and Stephanie and Stephen Treankle of Cloverdale to announce the birth of their baby girl, Shianne born July 12 at 5:20 am, weighing eight pounds ounces. Micheile and Jose Nufiez of Santa Rosa to announce the birth of their baby son Ricardo born June 21 at 5:03 pm, weighing eight pounds OUnces. TO SEND FOR a free guide on and windows, call 1- ext. 200. on a nationwide Survey, see Hallmark's www.hallmark.com. on People's call 1-800-426- out about Space Day, r.com. up-to-date informa- sclerosis call 1-800- or visit the World Wide )dlwww.nmss.org. information on the in dogs, send a self- Stamped envelope to: Foundation, Canine 45 Inverness Drive CO 80112-5480. You Only Need One. At Edward Jones, youql get personal scrvwe from one investment rcprcscntstive who can help you with all your financial needs. • Stocks, bonds, mutual funds, CDs, Treasury bills • Check writing on money market mutual funds" • VISA dit card with ATM access for cash • Personal line of credit** • Safekeeping of finarial as.s • Direct deposit and money transfer services • F0t mt mm#ttt mfcetmlma, mdmtmg t , €ll or wmt for t fi'et Iml-l, PhmR ttd il fully befot you mve m, Nsul aey • *The pmmml line of aItt is cmly wabk em mrmm tzmme. Ceemct year tel  tmRom f morn mfeati Call or stop by today. FAwa00Jonei Serving Individual Investors Since 1871 iii Toastmasters meets between 7 am and 8 am at the Blvd. Dell, 113 N. Cloverdale Blvd., every Friday. Carrie Kelso (I), VPPR; and Michelle Leonard Vice President of Education enjoy themselves at the dinner. At the dinner, Unda Pardini (r), was Installed as new Toastmasters Preeldent. She is pictured with her husband Norman. Cloverdale Boys and Gtds Club Executive Director Marianne McBride and her husband Randy also attended the dinner. Willits Frontier Days ! begin Sunday, 7/29 The 71st annual Willits Fron- Always keep a shovel, ] tier Days will begin Sunday, rlke and water neal₯ I June 29 with a Gymkhana at the ,u u,,u ,uL, ,,u,,.,] I rodeo grounds, when burning debris. The celebration continues __ • • through July 6 with a rodeo • ' ' : •  " "l[ ," barbecue, cowboy breakfast, a " i a , ! ; . ; . carnival, western dance, and a Fourth parade at 11 a.m. For information on any ofth ese events, call Willits Frontier Days at 459-6330. Ted Ethercdge 101 Plaza St., Hcaldsburg (707)433-7827 www.cdwardjones.com SE00NTH A00AL Tournamen ! and Beef BBQ to Benefit the Cloverdale Boys and Girls Club Rebuilding and Other Club Projects i 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 • Golf Cart Limited to 72 players !: l]eef BBQ oumament Entry Fee For more information call Gary Witty at 894-5241 or Dr. James Wood at 894-2464 Our 17 branches have.Sonoma County business covered. Business owners want convenience and service. That's why Exchange Bank is committed to providing the highest level of service in Sonoma County. Our 17 branches are conveniently located, and are all full-service offices with real people and extended hours. Recently we asked our own business customers what they like about banking with us. They like our reputation and involvement in the community. Most of all they like our convenience. No other bank in Sonoma County offers more convenience to business: • 17 branches and 23 ATMs • Custom business accounts just for you • Electronic tax payments - State & Federal • A friendly team of officers, tellers and staff working for you Let us work with you to create a custom portfolio of business banking services. Make an appointment. We'll come to your office, and we'll bring the coffee. Let's talk business. Call 524-3000 today. Member FDIC