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Panda Acrobats parents, stu- and community were amezed by the at the Mys- )en House July 16, at Jef- and wife team enthralled the audi- their professional as- of contortionism, 'nmgic, unicycling and Dickens, Kristy Larry Reynolds will limes at the which he would at- on a skewer held Jim Seymour, as they at- toss plastic bowls on with their foot. It may have !i acrobat industry! CARE Founda- Cosponsoring the continued with Superin - Mike Carey. Norma bi-national teacher led students in two Michoacan, Mexi- class present- play about e classrooms parents to look at Gunnlnk's Class Multi-AgeGroup have spent the last studying the rays- and dragons. ed about dinosaurs that 'millions of years ago. pen Orozco report- Brachiosaurus was Cara Mur- of foot- the foothills near is a meat- a row of scales Pat McLaughlin, Mrs. Giavannoni's K.lst graders. (From left) Juan Chavez, Juan Garcla,Vincent Cordova, Colby Johnson, and Brad Betschart dis- cover the mystery of how a tornado works at summer school. Derek Robson, Mirian Herrera, Crystal McComb and Katie Man- nett worked diligently for one hour on a life size chalk drawing of a Brachiosaurus. Other chil- dren helped and also made indi- vidual sketches. In room 22, parents attending Open House, viewed beautiful painted murals of dragons done by Marilyn Orozco, Adrian Her- rera, Michael Nelson, Shelby Mills, Becca Hester and others. The students are also extreme- ly physically fit--having partici- pated on one hour of motor skills--daily. A special thank you to classroom aides who helped make it possible--Hilary Jones, Annie Gunnink, and Becky Ty- rone. Mr. Cogorno's Room Mr. Cogorno's class has also been studying dragons. They performed a play at Open House titled, "he Knights Fight the Dragons," written by third grad- .er Jared Stuber. The class worked on the editing process, costumes, sets and props. Jared was also knight in the play. The dragon was played by Marin Lopez. Other performers includ- ed: the narrator, Steven von Dohlen; the king-Antonio Sanchez; the queen-Cassandra Slaughter; the princess-Melissa Cann; knight-Tyler Statzer; maidens-Micheala Wooldridge and Victoria Von Dohlen. The rest of the class played dragons and recited a poem at the conclu- sion of the play. Mrs. Hetrick's Multi Age 4,5,6 One of the favorite activities in Mrs. Hetrick's Detective Club classroom are the treasure hunts. Each group of students is given a riddle and it has to be solved to locate a clue. Once the clues are all found, the students have to decipher them to guess the treasurer. Alejandra solved the first mystery and everyone enjoyed some "Oreo" treasure. Alma and Lorena worked hard on their board game based on Encyclopedia Brown's "The Case of the Giant Watermelon. Alex and Tony enjoyed their game based on "The Case of the Racing Reptiles." The class enjoyed read- ing to their Pre-K and Kinder- garten buddies. Maxy proudly told his classmates that his bud- dies always sat quietly and lis- tened. Last, in keeping with the Mys- teries of Mexico, the class made papier mache masks and pifia- tas. Edgads and Arturo's masks were quite original and Lexce- nia's and Christina's pifiatas re- ally turned out nice! Seven CIoverdale residents graduate from Empire College Empire College will hold its semiannual graduation exercis- es for the School of Business on Wednesday, July 30, at 7 pm at the Luther Burbank Center for the Arts. Seven graduates are Cloverdale residents. California Assemblywoman Kerry Mazzoni will deliver the commencement address and Vic- ki Jones of Sonoma, who is grad- uating from the specialized associate degree--accounting program, will speak on behalf of the graduating class of 215 stu- dents. Marvin Mai, who heads the accounting and bookkeeping de- partment, will speak on behalf of the Empire College faculty. The Graduates Sarah Treankle earned a spe- cialized associate degree in legal administration, graduatingwith president's honors (GPA of 3.85 or higher); Mike Peters graduat- ed with president's honors in computer support; Tammy Busic graduated with president's hon- ors in computerized business skills. There are three Cloverdale grads from the medical clinical assistant program--Stephanie Howell, graduating with dean's honors (GPA of 3.45 to 3.84); Margot Royal, graduating with president's honors, and Donna Meola. Kristin a Home graduated with president's honors from the trav- el and tourism essentials pro- gram. @@@ Servingthe residents of North- ern California for over 36 years, Empire College is an accredited college offering four specialized associate degree programs, as well as training in legal and medical office careers, office ad- ministration, travel and tour- ism, computerized accounting and bookkeeping and computer repair/network administration. For additional information on Empire College call (707)546- 4000. July 23, 1997, Cloverdale Reveille, Page 9 iii Jim DeMartinl, attorney at law, has had an office in town since 1979. Jim DeMartini's law practice caters to Cloverdale's needs After Jim DeMartini, Attor- ney at Law, graduated from UC Berkeley and then Southwest- ern University School of Law, Los Angeles, he immediately set up an office in Santa Rosa and two years later one in Clover- dale. I opened an office here in 1979 for one or two days a week. And then in 19901 made it full time," DeMartini said. %Ve are open Monday through Friday, 8:30 am to noon and 1 pm to 5 pm Monday through Friday. As I live here, I can make appointments for evenings and weekends," he said. DeMartini is a trial lawyer-- mainly covering real business, real property, injury cases and family law. But if it's a case he can't cover, he will find someone who can. One of his goals in his cases is to avoid the huge expense of trials. "I've been trained to be a dispute resolver. Resolving dis- putes before we get to a judge is what I'm good at," he said. DeMartini is on the board of Cloverdale Rotary, the Cham- ber of Commerce, and the Clo- verdale Health Care District. He is also a member of the Wine Center Advisory Committee, Toastmasters, Druids, and the Knights of Columbus. His office is located at 115 We st First St. He can also be reached at 894-3800 or email: cloverl@sonic.net. 00)ur ticket to a secure retirement. 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