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Page 8 The Cloverdale Reveille July 25, 2019 www.cloverdalereveiile.com Six CHS students were fortunate to be able to visit Baltimore and Washington; , D.C during the first week of: = July. They were all Key Clubbers who had worked hard for months in advance: in order to fundraise the money needed to attend the Key Club International Convention. These Key :: " Clubbers included Alyssa Arrington, Neidi Calvi!lo, : Lilly Duran, Kayla Galleg0," Alexis Sanchez and Paula Toledo. " While there, they were i : able)to vote on issues vita! to the organization, as 29 ameffdments were up for evaluation, r They elected the incoming Key Club International Officers and Board of Trustees. They made a historic decision to change the Key Club Pledge, a never- before occurrence in the;: :, : histOPy of this 94-year old organization. Members of the club attended workshops and general sessions with motivational presentations. On Friday night of the convention, Sanchez was called on stage to receive a Third Place trophy for the club's scrapbook -- this was an honor as the scrapbooks there represented the best of the entire Key Club world. Calvillo was able to receive the club's Diamond Distinguished Plaque on stage, in front of the 1,200 attendees -- this honor is given to only about 1% of the clubs in the vorld and is based primarily on the club's service record. After being in Baltimore for the convention the students, along with the rest of the California-Nevada- Hawaii District group, spent another couple of days in Washington, D.C where Photos provided EXPERIENCE OF A LIFETIME -- Pictured are the Cloverdale High School Key Clubbers who recently visited the nation's capital as part of their trip to the Key Club International Convention. This picture was taken at the Library of Congress, where they saw one of four Guttenberg Bibles in existence, a's well as the personal library of Thomas Jefferson and much more. Pictured from back, left: Lilly Duran, Neidi Calvillo, Kayla Gallego, Alyssa Arrington,Alexis Sanchez and Paula Toledo. they toured the Newseum, the Holocaust Museum, the Library of Con~ ~oo ,t, public areas of the White House, a couple of the Smithsonian Institute buildings, the various memorials and more. The Key Club International Convention was an experience of a lifetime for these CHS students. They wish to particularly thank the Kiwanis Club of Cloverdale for their unstinting support in helping them achieve this experience. -- Submitted by Sue Cummins, Key Club Advisor WINNERS -- Neidi Calvillo holds a Diamond Distinguished Club Award, received at the Key Club International Convention. Alexis Sanchez shows off the trophy won for the CHS Key Club scrapbook. 9 Program runs until Aug. 2 This summer Boys & Girls Clubs of Sonoma-Marin (recently renamed from The Boys & Girls Clubs of Central Sonoma County) will open its doors at seven locations in the communities of Cloverdale, Healdsburg, Windsor, Guerneville, Roseland, Rohnert Park and Petaluma to serve over 1,000 youth for up to 10 weeks of Summer Camp. The club will serve 100,000 healthy meals and snacks to club members. For many kids, these may be the only meals that they can count on throughout the summer months. Summer Camp in Cloverdale runs from June 10 through Aug. 2 at Cloverdale Clubhouse at 686 Cloverdale Blvd. Free meals are served at the following times: breakfast from 8:30 to 9:30 a.m lunch from noon to 1 p.m. and snack from 3 to 4 p.m. Any young person under the age of 18 is Our camp is a healthy, safe place offered during the long hours when many children might otherwise be left home alone for whole days spent behind screens. Boys & Girls Clubs get kids outside, playing sports and fun games in the sunshine. When kids participate in these activities, they learn to cope with stress, gain self-esteem, build stronger bodies and gain new skills all while enjoying positive social interactions. Boys & Girls Clubs of Central Sonoma County serves over 10,000 youth annually in Cloverdale, Geyserville, Healdsburg, Guerneville, Monte Rio, Sebastopol, Windsor, Santa Rosa, Rohnert Park, Petaluma, Corte Madera and Marin City. The organization opens its doors every day in our clubhouses, elementary schools, middle schools, a teen center and even juvenile hall with a mission to enable all young people, especially those who need us most, to become caring, productive and responsible citizens. -- Submitted by Vanessa Solano, Boys & Girls Clubs of Sonoma -Matin Are you Got a great story idea? Tell us what you're curious about[ Go to cloverdalereveilie.com and click on So-Curious to learn about our new reader feature This Month's Spotlight North Bay Bavarian Independent BMW/Mini Specialists Rick Row bought the business in 1986 after managing it for two years. Rick has worked on BMW's since 1978. We offer discounts coupons, we offer Free loaner cars, we give customers rides within town. We wash and clean cars after major services. WiFi connection. We offer free pick up of cars in Healdsburg. 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