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Page 8. The Cloverdale Reveille August 8, 2019 www.cioverdaJereveiJJe.com Photo Katherine Minkiewicz CAMP CREATIONS -- Geyserville New Tech Academy student Ciara Torres, left, show off her hair scrunchies that she made in addition to her group project during the two-week Tinker Academy at Sonoma State Uqiversity. Continued from Page 1 " ~ r~i ~ The aim of the game is to answer questions on outer space in order to be the first to the finish line. For used to create a fan with a mall motor, "bec iuse my motbrbwas hot perfect, so I had to struggle with and tinker with it, so that wasn't the best i part, but soon after I got it to work, ' instance, a question card could ask a Gonzales said. player how many moons a certain For Paluvicki, her favorite partI planet has. ' "We made a board game which is called Space Race and you. race spaceships -- you have to put the spaceships together, and we have prizes which are different types of stickers," Torres explained. The trio made all pieces of the game, from the laminated question cards to the 3D printed space men and spaceship game pieces. "We also laminated the cards and I wrote all of these questions and I 3D printed all of these movers for the game," Paluvicki said. "My favorite part of the project was working with my friend Ciara was also using the 3D printer. "I liked designing the 3D print& and it was really cool watching 3D printersprint them, they!!i: :; actually took quite a while thougl il they took about an hour, Palux;icki said. "It was really fun, I re y: "/: ! i, enjoyed it," When asked if she wanted to pursue something STEM related, Paluvicki said she is interested ili robotics engineering. Getting younger stud# tS :iii! / interested in STEM earlYage: is a key aspect of the sumniei:-tinker camp. "The research shows that,we lose i and I really enjoyed using the vinyl girls as they get older and become machine because I love stickers and young women -- we lose more and I liked using the 3D printer because more of them going intothese fields, now I have an interest in making, so so the idea of this is to start early," now I kind of what to be an said Kristin Loheyde, director of engineer," Gonzales explained, resource development for the Career While Gonzales said she had fun Technical Education Foundation, working with the project, a difficult the'organization that holds the camp part of the camp was creating a in partnership with Sonoma State. motor for one of the individual However, with this group of projects, students Loheyde said, "The "The part that was kind of students that I talk to, none of them frustrating was when we were have any inhibition, they know what making that n,achine," she pointecl they want, they've got the drive, to a small plastic cup that had been their curiosity is really inspiring." Continued from Page 1 program has been adopted by : other local towns, such as included adding additional Windsor and Healdsburg. stops along .South Foothill According to SCT, the five Boulevard. other fare-free shuttles have As of press.time, a revised seen a cumulative increase of bus schedule (suggestions 46.09% in ridership since from the ride-along not introducing the city- included) is set to be subsidized fare. SCT is implemented on Aug. 12. The predicting that Cloverdale bus schedule takes some of will see a 40% increase in the council recommendations ridership from its projected into' Consideration, including 2018-19 ridership data. For a time change for the shuttle the 2018-19 year, SCT said stop at Cloverdale High that overall ridership'is School to accommodate the projected to be at 8,408 trips, school schedule as well as a with the bulk of the new stop on East 3rd and passengers being seniors and North Main streets. The new adults. stop is geared toward As part of the fare-free providing improved access program, buses that run for people traveling from along Route 68 will also have King's Valley to the senior graphics advertising the new center, fare-free program. The fare free program Around the county subsidizes bus fare from now The fare-free program was until June 30, 2020. To view first launched by SCT in June the bus schedule, visit 2018 as part of Sebastopol's sctransit.com/maps- city shuttle. Since then, the schedules/route-68. RIDING AROUND -- Councilmember Marta Cruz steps for the fare-free program. Photo Zoe Strickland off of the Cloverdale Shuttle after riding around town following the ribbon cutting Get the Straight News on tile Leca] Cannabis Story-- with aH are now at work on first-person accounts, government updates, industry developments, community concerns and topical commentary for this Newspaper Report and SpecialAdvertising Section, published semi-annually by Sonoma West Publishers. l THE WINDSOR TIMES CLOVERDALE REVEILLE For Advertising Info & Best Ad Space Reservations Carl or contact us before Aug. 21 Publishing Sept. 5 2019 www.sonomawest.com (707) 433-4451 894-3339 823-7845 to the School In preparation for the upcoming school year, Boys & Girls Clubs of Sonoma-Marin has launched its annual Great Boys & Girls Clubs School Supply Challenge. During the month of income homes and many don't have access tobasic school supplies and tools necessary to be productive and successful. In every club, "Power Hour" is time dedicated to DrOp'Off locauons August, Sonoma County doing homework and each ::: i:ii ! h i :of businesses, community year, a total of 550,000 hours groups and individuals have of homework support is the opportunity to collect provided to club members. supplies for club members to We open our doors to 10,000 iBlv ili: use for homework and school club members every year at projects throughout the year. 42 clubs in Cloverdale, i : Boys & Girls Clubs serves Geyserville, HealdsbUrg, 3,000 young people in Windsor, Monte Rio, supplies and funds to help the Sonoma-Marin every day to Guerneville, Sebastopol, children in the community help them to achieve Santa Rosa, Rohnert Park,who need it most. academic success, practice Petaluma, Corte Madera and "With contirmed support healthy lifestyles, and develop good character. Last year, 99.8% of club members progressed to the next grade level. However, 81% of club members come from low- Marin,City where our programs are carefully designed to develop self- confidence, life skills and academic success. The organization is asking for assistance in collecting Thomas Robert Morse Tom Morse passed away July 25, 2019 at his home in Cloverdale at the age of 73. Tom was an Army Vet who served a two-year term in Vietnam. He and his family moved to Cloverdale in 1977. Tom worked for the City of Cloverdale for over twenty years. He worked in the Park and Rec De- partment and took great pride in keep- ing our parks in pristine condition. Tom loved watching and being involved with youth baseball and softba He also "enjoyed grooming the ball fields. In fact, you could sometimes find him prepping the fields in other towns at away games. Tom also had a love for anything "old" including classic cars, farming implements, antique toys, s=gns and anything that caught his eye. He spent many Saturdays and Sund ays at old car shows or estate sales. He was q uite the collector. Tom is survived by Cassandra Giovanatto (daughter), Chad Morse (son), Sierra Morse Alissa Giovanatto, Thomas Giovanatto and Samantha Nunez (grandchildren), Janet Johnson (friend and compan- ion), and al of Janet's children and grandchildren who were dear to his heart. Tom was preceded in death by Janet Morse (wife), Bob and Lois Morse (parents), Dave Morse (brother), and Judy Morse (sister-in-law). As per Tom's wishes, there will be no services. You may donate in Tom's name to: Day-Disabled American Veterans P.O. Box 14301 Cincinnati, OH 45250-0301 from the community for our annual Great Boys and Girls Clubs School Supply Challenge, we're another step closer to bringing hope and opportunity to every child in Sonoma County," said Jennifer Weiss, CEO of Boys & GirlsClubs. To participate or to make a cash donation, go to bgccsc.org/backtoschool. Website visitors will find a list of requested supplies, a link to an Amazon wish list, a link for cash donations and instructions and contact information for requesting a collection bin or donation pickup/drop-off. Submitted by Alina Goodrum, 'Boys. & Girls Clubs of Sonoma-Marin |CS ED AT|ON 'T DON M ss A SINGLE |SSgE!