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Page 6, Cloverdale Reveille, Aug. 14, 1991 o o: American Legion Auxiliary by Dena Gambetta William Russell Ledford Unit #293, American Legion Auxiliary this week has received the first California Auxiliary news bulletin telling all that happened at the recent Auxiliary convention. Betty Stehouwer was elected to serve as the new state president, and her 1992 theme this year will be "The Swinging Year," with the slogan, "Let's Dance, to the Tune of Our Youth." Her special program will be Chil- dren and Youth, and special empha- sis will be on teenage suicide and child abuse. The 72nd convention was dedi- cated to the memory of past Presi- dent Lucille Ganey who passed away in March. She was an outstanding president. Her daughters presented a $5000 scholarship to the Department of California to help deserving stu- dents to further their education. Department Secretary-Treasurer was named executor of the funds, and if anyone would like to add to this fund you may send donations to the Department in San Francisco. The years mascot's will be "The Dancing Bears." It was announced that a workshop will be held in each District in Sept.; and District presidents are to make arrangements for dates. There will be a National Leader- ship Workshop, the 13th one, to be held in Las Vegas on Sept. 27-29, 1991. This workshop provides pro- fessional instrucuon on many pro- grams of the American Legion Aux- iliary. Reservations must be sent to Sahara, Las Vegas "on the Strip," p.o. Box 98503, Las Vegas, NV. 89193-9964 or call 1-800-634-6078 for more details. Reservations must be in by Aug. 25th. The new Americanism Essay titles for 1992 school year will be as fol- lows: Group 1, "Memorial Day" for 4,5, & 6th grades: Group II "Why do we say the Pledge of Allegiance?" for 4,5,& 6th grades: Group III "Is Freedom Free?"for 10,11. &12 grades, and Group IV "My Country, My Flag" for children with exceptional needs. These essay rules will bc placed in our local schools the first of January 1992. There were awards published in the bulletin and the following awards were presented to our unit: Consiti- tution and By Laws Second Place Winner, Dena Gambetta, Chairman. In education we won first place with Viola Mack Chairman, and first place also went to the district with our own Lou Thompson being the chairman, Ellie Flynn received third place in the Junior Activities program. Sec- ond place went to Marie Hill in the Legislative program; while a special citation and gift were presented to Gem Ruppert, C "hairman for outstand- ing music promotion in a nursing home, and of course the two top award winners in the poppy program went to our unit with Arta Mae Bogner, chairman. These awards will be handed out at the first District meet- ing to be held in September. No meet- ing this month. Only 15 more needed to make goal in membership! Thank you all for your wonderful co-opera- tion says Elsie, Chairman. Helen Oatman Black Helen Oatman Balck passed away Aug. 7 in Kilkenny, Ireland. She was the beloved wife of Hollis M. Black Jr., of Kilkenny. Funeral services will be held on Sat. Aug. 17, at 2:30 p.m. at Fred Young and Company, Healdsburg. i 5 IANAGEMENT CONNECTIONS specializing in Full or Part Time Permanent Placement NOW OPEN at 129 N. Cloverdale Blvd. #6 894-4400 Opening Week Hours: Wed. 9-3 Thurs-Fri - 10-6 Regular Hours - M-W-F 10-6 Tues 1-6 Thurs 9-1 At MANAGEMENT CONNECTIONS you will always be treated like a neighbor - not a number! Seniors at the Cloverdale Senior Center enjoy a cup of coffee. Rocco Santomenna laughed. "We're the table dancers." The Senior Center is located at the Grange Hall on the corner of Second and Commerical. From left,front. Rachel Garrison, Anita L. Mitchel. Esmer Medina, Rocco Santomenna. Above are the "line dancers" from the Cloverdale Senior Center. Line &ncing takes place every Tuesday from l I a.m. to 12 pm. From left: Bob Towns. teacher. Ota Johnson Betty Simmons. Delma Hathaway, Mae CoOper. Dorothy Meister and Carol Towns. teacher. Senior Citizens Club pot luck The Cloverdale Senior Citizens club Aug. pot-luck luncheon is scheduled lbr the 14th at 12 p.m. All are invited to come and share goodhome-cooked food. A $1 dona- tion is asked of those who bring food. All others are asked to donate $2. A business meeting follows the luncheon. The club's monthly card party is scheduled Aug. 28. The VeiLs Build- mg s the place to be the 14 add 28. DOG OBEDIENCE CLASSES Beginning & Intermediate Classes start I Wed., August 14 Call to register Ann Atkinson 894-3690 (Eves. 894.3183) III USDA surplus food dist scheduled at Citrus Fair Aug. USDA Surplus Foods will be dis k tributed on Thurs. Aug. 22, from 1 to 4 p.m. at the Citrus Fair Building. Please use back entrance on Wash- ington Street. At the July distribution there were 50 more households (138 more indi- viduals) than the month before. Apparently this increase was true all over the County. We expect another large turnout in August, then, hope- fully, a drop in the number of needy as soon as harvest really gets going. However, the Lumber industry layoffs don't look as if they will improve soon. If your garden or fruit trees are Senior Multi- Purpose Center Annual Volunteer Picnic Rosemane Martinique, Senior Nutrition Site Manager at the Senior Multi-purpose Center had her An- nual Volunteer Picnic Aug. 10. Approximately 24 attended that included several guests. The picnic was held at Lake Sonoma. This is a yearly event for the volunteers who work for the Senior Meal Program at the Senior Multi-Purpose Center. The center is looking for "On Call" vohmteex drivers to deliver meals for the homebound. Lunch is pro- vided. Please call 894-4826 Monday - Friday between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. over-producing, we will share the bounty with lies And on every Friday the Food Pan' at the My summer squash are on me; how are yours? We often get furniture, from a place, but have little you have beds, dinette chairs, chests of drawerS ! basic and useful, please to the dump until with us, if it is needed Here are three verdale Family Service: 894-3137; 894-3420. We'll be to you' preparations for it or not! tiOn was theSNAP but ..... whoa! for K : i ma Bie family of  qEUSCH would like to eress our sincere appreciation to everyone who sent flowers, cards and messages and support during our recent loss. The Teuschers, The Howells, The Petersens THEY REPRESENT FEDERAL President George Bush - The White House, WashingtOO, 20510, Phone: (202) 456-1111 Fax. 202-456-2461 Senate - Alan Cranston, 45 Polk St., San Francisco, CA and John Seymour, US Senate, Washington. IX2 (202) 224-3841 Congress - 1st District, Frank Riggs, 777 Sonoma Ave,, S Santa Rosa 95404 (707) 578-9550 or (202) 225-3311 STATE Assembly - 8th District, Bey Hansen, 50 Santa Rosa Ave., Rosa, CA 95404 Phone: (707) 546-4500 Senate - Barry Keene, 50 "D" St., #128, Santa Rosa Phone: (707) 576-2774 COUNTY Supervisor - 4th District, Nick Esposti, 575 Santa Rosa, CA 95401 Phone: (707) 527-2241 CITY City Council - Mayor Erlene Pell, Councilmen John Tom Sink, Jim Teague and Councilwoman Carol Chase, Cloverdale Blvd., Cloverdal.e, CA 95425 Phone: (707) , rdale Dire c 105 E. FIRST STREET lmta-, Comlmt'Izled 894-5244 (":LOV E'RD/T ]a 11, ,It'D 4'. 0.. 4"... ' 4". 'a' 0 Worldwide Reervabons for: , #,,,,,, , JOE Alrl/nes Cruises Hotels Tours Cars --z' o . . Discounts for Senior Travelers @ Travl Video Library Free l:)ellvyServlceOPass]p.&lDPhotos 1 Apphance Servme --Chevrolet-Jeep- . Ofl'k Hours:M.F 9-5:30, Sat f - ,? 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