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Page 2, Cloverdale Reveille, Aug. 7, 1991 Marilyn Michelon presented a check from special donations taken from the congregation at the Cloverdale United Church to Susie Leach, ex- director of the Boys & Girls Club. The two children are Jill Burdechi and Eileen Gilberath. ?,ood News from.... the Boys and Girls Club Weed Warriors on the offensive this Saturday The C.U.S.D. Weed Warriors will meet in the field behind Washington School on Saturday, August 10, at 8:30 a.m., where they will attack, whack, ",mr otherwise dominate weeds, cleaning up the grounds before the first day of school. We will meet again in the field be- hind Jefferson School on Saturday, August 31, at 8:30 a.m. Any work that remains to be done after that will be completed on subsequent Satur- day mornings. Sounds like fun? Then you may have what it takes to be a Weed Warrior! We are looking for volun- teers with strong backs, senses of hu- mor, weedeaters and lawnmowers. By manually controlling weeds in our schoolgrounds, we are eliminat- ing the need for pesticides, and help- ing to provide a safe environment for Cloverdale's kids. If you would like to help, but need to borrow equipment, or work at times other than weekends, please call Cynthia, at 894-3420. We'd be delighted to have you join us. Cloverdale's Weed Warriors are prepared to attack pesky, plants on the school grounds this Saturday. C.D. Grant, who has spearheaded this worth-while effort, displays a certificate of appreciation presented to her by the Board of Trustees. Carnival.ride books Fair Manager Bill Pearce announced today that Carnival Ride Coupon Books for the coming Redwood Empire Fair in Ukiah are now on sale and are available at several locations. The half-price books will be on sale for $10 per book in Ukiah at the now on sale Fair Office, North State Street, the Toy and Model Store in Orchard Plaza, and Creative Workshop on South State Street. The Fair runs Aug. 22-25 and the books will be on sale until opening day, Aug. 22 at 4 p.m. Members of the Month for June and July for the Boys & Girls Club are: back row from left, Intermediate :Carlino Pellegrini and Junior: Codi Bradford. Front Row from left, Senior: Dessirre Woolen.Cadet: Caitlin Bradford. Not pictured, Junior: Curtis Wise. Intermediate: Daniel Lee. IIIIIIII I I Local businessman invests in the youth of Cloverdale Bruce Reuser, of Reuser, Inc. be- young people in programs that help lieves the Cloverdale Boys & Girls them gain self-esteem and learn skills Club can have a positive impact on . and values; values which these young the children in this community. His annual support helps maintain club programs for over 650 Cloverdale kids. "When an organization, like the Boys & Girls Club involves that many kids in structured programs," said Mr. Reuser, "Cloverdale will reap the benefits as these young people be- come the next generation of parents and citizens in our town." "When I'm a senior," hecontinued, "and walk down the street, 1'11 have a better sense of security knowing my replacements have had the benefit of the club in their lives." The Boys & Girls Club helps young people become responsible citizens and productive adults. Professional staff and Club volunteers involve people can carry into their adult lives, Mr. Reuser points out. He believes his contribution to the clubqs a sound business investment and wants his support to be an ex- ample to his fellow business owners in Cioverdale. "When the club first got going, everyone was excited and gave gen- erously. But, it is important that con- tributions from the community con- tinue in order to maintain the pro- grams," he stressed. "We are very appreciative of Bruce's continued contributions to the club," said Susie Leach, . Executive Directior,."It is people like Bruce who truly help the club make a posi- tive impact of the lives of our young people,"the Director said. (71) THE BIBLE SAYS of the Seal of God, Part 2 Dear Friend, not only does the fourth commandment bear the seal of God (His name, title and area of authority), but it specifically commands, "Remember the Sabbath day to keep it holy." Exodu 20:8-11 The Lord at creation blessed and sanctified THE SEVENTH DAY as the memorial of creation week. His command is that we remember that day to keep it holy as the SIGN of his power and of His owner- ship of us. Later, the Lord pointed to the Sabbath as the SIGN of His delivering power. "And REMEMBER that thou wast a servant in the land of Egypt, and that the Lord thy God brought thee out thence through a mighty hand and by a stretched out arm: therefore, the Lord thy God commanded thee to keep the Sabbath day." Deuter- onomy 5:15 Later still, the Lord pointed to the Sabbath as the SIGN of His sanctifying power in us. Ezekiel 20:12, 20 Sign of creating power, delivering power, sanctifying H. O. Collier III Paid Announcement MANAGEMENT CONNECTIONS specializing in Full or Part Time Permanent Placement NOW OPEN at 129 N. Cloverdale Blvd. #6 894-4400 Opening Week Houi's: Wed. 9-3 Thurs-Fri - 106 Regular Hours - M-W-F 10-6 "rues 1-6 Thurs 9-1 At MANAGEMENT CONNECTIONS you will always betreated like a neighbor- not a number/ I II III PUBLIC NOTICE NOISE BARRIER MEETING PROJECT LIMITS OF T caLltl& tarAvi Ab'VOmO- trout mtATt.COtVRtGm'I. d |     4 The State of Califomia, Department of Transportation (Caltrans), proposes to construct noise barriers on the proposed Route 101 Cloverdale Bypass from 0.6 miles north of Hiatt Road to the Preston Overhead in the City of Cloverdale. A Public Informational meeting will be held to give you the opportunity to comment on the proposed noise barriers. Maps and exhibits showing the locations and details of the proposed noise barrriot will be on display at the meeting. Caitrans officials will be available to answer your questions. Date: Time: Place: PUBLIC MEETING Wednesday, August 7, 1991 4:00 P.M. - 8:00 P.M. Cioverdale Citrus Fair Tea Room 1 Citrus Fair Drive Cioverdale For further information on this project or any other transportation matter, call the Caltrans Public Information Office at (415) 923-4444 or write to: Preston W. Kelley ' District Director Caltrans P.O. Box 7310 l=r/w San Francisco, CA 94120 I 7: i : = Summer is here, finally. The cold  m June and July slowed growth of most Crops considerably and thus this year locally grown, organic farm produce, is two to four weeks later than last year, ..... . For good summer crops, the weather shotdd be constant for a  few months;:90 degrees during the : :day and60 degrees overnight. Ex- tremes in temperatures (remember 115 degrees recently) or fog unfit late moraing affects tomatoes and t other summer vegetables and fruit. Cte Farmers' market, now in its fourth year, is hetdevery Sunday form t0a.m, to9 p.m.atthe Veterans Building, 205 West First St. i of July,Early August vege- tables and fruit available at the mar- ket inclu: tomatoes (red, and low- yettow), five varieties of squa and:Zucchini, cucumbers, and t available at the Farmers' Mar- ket  hes, plums, apples, nes  blackberries, Plus these  toes, garlic, sweet red ons, basil; dill and other herbs. Flowers and herb able to purchase. As the produce wall be ten kinds five kinds of beans of cantelo melon, and com. gust all these items able. Stop on by. Taste ! Our rarket is small should usuall son. We are four from Cloverdale any new growers and deners. If you sellm come to the market We are planning a j year. Our bration will take ann val is scheduled may stay open this yar. So check tables and fruit in Meeting due to select vice-president for Li Cloverdale Friends of the Library will meet Tuesday, Aug. 13 at 1 p.m. in the PAT Hare Room of the Clover- dale Library. The meeting is being held to select a new vice-president to finish the term of Bonnie Bowman who is re- locating to All friends and couraged to attend tl meeting. Further inf calling President 894-5082. KASSEBAUM & KASSEBAUM 105 E. 1st St., Suite G IN BEAUTIFUL DOWNTO,, CL( 894-4257 A comfortable drive from the ever growing Santa Rosa, Sonoma County's rural yet charming Cloverdale has long beckoned Californians of life. For ten years, Patricia Kassebaum has been a domt force in marketing Real Estate in Cloverdale, the surrounded by magical, vine-covered hills. Her baum & Kassebaum, Realtors Main Headq her own informal elegance, but her personal penetrates far beyond appearances. She 1; at the heart of her business. "I have alwa's insisted that my office hire only caliber salespeople with a consistent background. must be confident of their abilities to service able clientele while personally enjoying ever 3 ' everyday. Afterall, our focus is a wonderful rich in history and obvious beauty,. It's alway sell a great product, so how can we not enjoy our love for the area with our clients." But, despite all the demands for her time that her in her business, some of Patricia's favorite spent with her family. She considers herself vet/ tunate because she has always been able to demanding schedule, as well as keep things in Call today if you would like to privately discuss or buying real property in the Cloverdale area Patricia Kassebaum. The offices of KassebaUaa Kassebaum, Realtors are open 7 days a week to your Real Estate needs. "I'm looking lorward to working with you!" KASSEBAUM & KASSEBAUM, REALTOg 894-4257 . .Every Sunday, ' millions ofAmencans ' confuse greener lax00v_s 00dth greener pastures. " the Episcopal Church in the love, of Jesus Christ. You may be surprised to is actually greener on our side of the fence. Sundays at 9:30 a.m. CHURCH OF THE GOOD SH 122 N Main St. - Cloverdale