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w appointments for Domenichelli Wednesday, July 30, 1980 - Page 3 Jack ap- (Local Corn- Court - at its John&apos;s Mayor that for the His for by us to and be the mem - also Rosa from the they a public podium, air the would attendance,  Assn. a It decisions eat cities. Paid corporations at the Geysers. He said he thinks that money should be allocated back to this area to fix the Geyser's Road, which is in an wbelievably bad condition. He pointed out that its present condition is even worse than back in the 1800's. With the extensive travel on the road, he explained, the road is extremely dangerous and hazardous. Roland Boyd of Petaluma was appointed the new Chairman for the coming year for the Association. William "Bill' Lu.eius, Chairman of MTC <Metropolitan Tran- sportation Commission), who was a guest speaker, told members of the Association he felt MTC did pretty well by Sonoma County this year. He said they were able to retain the Cloverdale By-pass priority. "I believe someday it will be built." He also mentioned that Sonoma County's Transportaion Department, led by Don Head, was doing an excellent job. The other speaker, highlighting the evening, was Richard Reteci, who has been on the Sonoma County Energy Commission for six years. He spoke primarily on up the energy concepts that cities would have to adopt for their general plan and zoning by ordinances. / William "Bill" Lucius, chairman of MTC, was guest speaker at Mayors' and Couneilmens' dinner meeting Thursday night at Papa John's. Information please... ? County- Mills, L.A. Anderson, "Hank" Tourist Zagar, and AI Remenga, is twelve former publisher of the Onth. Reveille. Dann Halikas, Proprietor signed a lease to seek with the Chamber charging Clover- the latter $1 per year for ten the entire in 1968, reflects Over the and foreign the but reports Center original the old was Cafe idea in had oll a Board and Several the in the theme. was at years. Today Halikas charges a little rent but maintains the building and grounds. Because of its unique location on Highway 10l, the Chamber has been able to receive some funding for advertising from the City of Cloverdale, Sonoma County and Mendocino County. These participation funds are derived from the "bed tax." This enables the operation to g?eatly expand service hours and provide jobs for youth in the community. The Center is open from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. seven days a week in the summer months. In the off-season, it is operated from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tuesday through Saturdays. The visitor count for the three summer months usually runs between 7,000 and 10,000 depending on the availability of gas and the price of same. One thing that continues to amaze the visitor is that all of the travel information is free. This leaves a warm spot in the heart for C']overdale. It is a constant, never- ending job to order brochures and keep the stock up to date, according to the stall. "le Center carries well over one hundred different brochures describing the Redwood Empire and wine cotmtry. "We have done everything from help locate lost dogs to telling a visitor where they can buy a toothbrush," says Vivian. Sometimes such a small referral will lead to a permanent resident ! We often get mail from folks who have stopped in Cloverdale and liked it so much they consider returning, perhaps for good. The community itself leaves a lasting im- pression: Cloverdale, being ioe.ated as a "Hub" of the vacation wheel is the "jumping off" place to many other scenic " routes. Highway 128 to the coast, 101 north to the red- woods and east to the lakes, 128 south to the Napa vineyards, west to the Russian River playground and, of course, south into Sonoma County wine country makes the tourist center here a "natural." The touri cemer ao houses the Chamber of Commerce office so the staff members often find them- selves wearing "twolts." Mrs. Weer manages both operations and is ably assisted by Phyllis Henricksen who works through the"Green Thumb" wogram. The rest of the part-time staff is made up of *Service warns of fire potential hot ifornia into are building up that are likely to produce erratic fire behavior in wildland areas, forestry officials said in asking citizens help in preventing blazes that could destroy thousands of acres, homes, and wildlife. No major fires have been reported yet this year, but forestry officials reported dry conditions exist. Roadside and wilderne area grass is especially volatile, forestry officins said in warning not to throw matches or cigarettes out o/ car windows. / Mayor Jack Domenichelli, left, is shown with Roland Boyd at the Mayors' and Councilmens' Assoeintlon dinner at Papa John's Thursday evening. Domenlchelll was elected vice chairman and Boyd chairman at the meeting. Janice. SCNA schedules workshop "Domestic violence is increasing in Sonoma County. In 55 percent of the cases it is accompanied by alcoholism or alcohol abuse," said Michael McGinnis, Director, enema County National Council on Alcoholism. Mr. McGinnis went on to say that while neither seems to cause the other their frequent existance complicates the work of doctors, lawyers. criminal justice workers and educators. To provide a wider spectrum for professionals in the human service field with a better understanding of the dynamics of the parallel development of violence and alchoholism in the family system, four workshops are scheduled at a one day conference at Sonoma State University on August 8, 1980, from 9 a.m. to 4p.m. The workshops are geared to be responsive to the needs of para-professionais as well as the helping professionals. Efforts in uniting together to avoid the fractionalization of service referral networks, which often stands in the way of a family's stability and well-being, are in force. Enrollment will be limited to first 175 people registering. The fee for those registering by July 31 will be $25 wilh registration from 8-9 a.m. on the morning of the conference costing $30. For persons, such as nurses, wanling .5 units of continuing education credit, the fees will be $5 more. The fimr workshops will / Sixth Annual Hollyberry ' Fair approaching four students graduated from Cloverdale High School. The Chamber urges members of the community to bring their visitngcompany down for all information on the area. Members of the Chamber can also ue limited display space to advertise their services. Photo by This year's Sixlh Annual Hollyberry Faire will be held N q/ember 28, 29, and 30 the W'dken d immediafely foiloWing Thanksgiving. Thirty-five local artists and craftspersons will be on hand during the three day event. The Great Hall of Souverain Winery will be festooned with garlands of fresh pine and decorated with holly and poinsettias. Christmas shoppers will find the gaire a relaxing and creative way to find something special for everyone on their list. The Fair, open from I0 a.m. to 5 p.m., each day, will offer a wide array of locally crafted creations including wooden toys, gingerbread houses, scrimshaw, quilts, homemade jams and jellies, pottery, stained glass, leather items," jewelry and Silva's Pharmacy 894-5206 VITAMIN C TRY OUR HANDY DRIVE-UP much more! There will also be the opportunity topurchase special gift boxes f fine &myrain wines and other iemS from the Winery's gift shop. In addition to the Fair festivities, which include bagpipers and minstrels, the award winning Souverain Restaurant will be open throughout the three days for lunch and dinner, as it is hroughout the year. Reservations are strongly recommended. Souverain Winery and Restaurant is located ap- proximately 70 miles north of the Golden Gate Bridge and 20 miles north of Santa Rosa, just west of the Independence Lane exit off of Highway 10l. There is no admission, and there is plenty of free parking. focus on donestic violence- alcoholism as they relate to: Children, women tvictims-co- alcoholicsL men (abusers- alcoholicsl, legal aspects. The sessions will be scheduled both morning and afternoon so that each person The keynote speaker will be Dr. David Smith, Medical Director, Haight-Ashbury Free Clinic, San Francisco. A chicken box lunch will be available for an additional $2 charge. For reservations or for may attend any two of the' further information call M4- four workshops. 7544. Special Purchasel Slightly Irregular TOP BRAND JEANS Now Last Chance ! Hurry Inl We're giving away a , 100 = Gift Certificate Create a NEW name, come-in and we'll give you details! 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