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Page 2, Cioverdale Reveille, August 13, 1997 Apply now to have these friendly Cioverdale youth clean up your yard for free through the Neighborhood Improvement Program. (From left) Oan Coleman, Chantel Peres, Carlos Crlppes, and Chris Pear- 3(rt. Last chance to take advantage of Neighborhood Improvement Program The City of Cloverdale Community Development Agency, in association with Circuit Rider Productions, will arrange for kids to clean up your yard, remove debris and do minor repairs to the facade of your home. Residents must own or rent property in the Redevelopment Area to be considered eligible. Funds are limited and the program will be available only until August 15. Contact NIP Coordinator Emi Theriault at 894-1701 immediately. Programs. are available on a first come, first served basis. The Yard Clean-up Program is one of three programs that are being offered, others include City supplied dumpsters for self-help yard clean up and home repairs. The CDA will provide debris boxes for yard and home improvement projects. These dumpsters are to be used for small waste items resulting from exterior home repair and yard clean up. Paint vouchers will be issued to eligible applicants and can be redeemed at a local hardware or&apos;)aint store for paint and paint supplies. :-:<: :.:::.:.::i:::ii:::`+....:::.:.:::::f`y:--..W`.`:::::Vf. , ..:.:.:<:.:,:::,:.:,:-:-:-:-:-:.:-:-:::->.,:-..: ....... :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: Monday, August 4 Woman reports while walking her dog at North Washington, a rottweiler ran out of a house and attacked her dog. Woman at West First Street requested an officer for her out of control 11-year-old. Woman reports finding a rat- tlesnake in her house at Kerry Lane. Officer reports the snake moved along. Chevron reports two juveniles are asking customers for rides. Officer contacted them--they were runaways. Parents took them home. Tuesday, August 5 Report of a dog possibly being neglected at Railroad Ave. Woman at Commercial St. reports the tires on her vehicle were slashed during the night. Ambulance requested for a child with a cut finger on Rose- wood Drive. Wednesday, August 6 Woman reports she was beat- en up by her spouse or cohabi- tant. Officer said it actually was the other way around--report went to district attorney. Longs Drugs reports a woman with black hair and crutches is panhandlingin front of the store. Public Works reports phone lines cut at School Street and Hillside Drive. Woman at Elbridge reports receiving a harassing phone call Today's college student. Fall Classes Begin August 18. Register Now! I Apply via the internet: www:santarosa.edu/admissions i Register by telephone: (707)525-3800 or 1(800) 540-4425 Fees: California residents pay only $13/unit for classes at SRJC. All students pay ancillary feesof $11/per semester, plus books and material fees, depending on the class. Cloverdale Section Class Day Tite Location/Units Dates for short courses Basic Skills 3302 CSKL 772 BASIC SKILLS T 6:00pm- 9:00pro WASH .0 Introduction to Computers @3300 CIS 101A PC'S FOR NEW USERS T 6:00pm-lO:OOpm CHS-3 1,0 09/0911997 - 10/07/1997 + 1.6 Wkly hrs by art @3301 CIS 101B PC CONCEPTS & PRACT TTh 6:00pro- 9:00pro CHS-3 2,0 10/14/1997 - 12/09/1997 Computer Comm & Networking @3299 CIS 84.41 INTRO/TELECOMMUNTCN W 5:00pro- 7:00pm CHS-3 3.0 08/20/1997.12/10/1997 + 3.5 Wkly hrs byarr English as a Second Language 3303 ESL 706 ENGL SKILLS WRKSHP TTh 6:00prn- 9:00pro CHS-1 .0 Physical Ed - Individual 3304 PE 9.1 BODY COND BEG T1h 6:30pro- 7:301n CLO GR 1,0 Physical Ed - Team 3305 PE 42,1 BASKETBALL - BEG W 7:00pro- 9:00pro CHS GYM 1.0 Geyserv" ie 08/19/1997 - 10/07/1997 10/22/1997- 12/10/1997 10/14/1997-12/02/1997 10/20/1997 - 11/17/1997 Spanish 3306 SPAN 50A BEG CONVERSATION-I T 6:00pm- 9:00pro CHS-IO 3,0 Computer Applications @3307 CIS 81.5A INTRO TO MACINTOSH T 6;OOpm-lO:OOln GEP 1.5 + 1.5 Wkly hrs by arr @3308 CIS 81,5A INTRO TO MACINTOSH W 6:00pm-lO:OOpm GEP 1.5 + 1.5 Wkly hrs by art @3309 CIS 81.5B MORE MAC INTRO T 6:00pm-lG:OODm GEP 1.5 + 1.5 Wkly hrs by art 3310 CIS 83,31A PAGEMAKER EXPLORATION M 6:00pro- 8:00pro GEP .5 GEP 1.5 08/21/1997 - 10/09/1997 Wkly hrs by arr Computer Comm & Networking @3311 CIS 84.44A INTRO TO INTERNET .0 Th 6:00pro- 8:00pro +3.5 English as a Second Language 3312 ESL 706 ENGL SKILLS WRKSHP MW 6:00pro- 9:00pro GEP @These courses have prerequisites. Please check the Schedule of Classes or details Key to locations: CHS-Cloverdale High School, 509 N. Cloverdaie Blvd.; CLO GR-Cloverdale Grange, 307 Lake St., Cloverdale; GEP-Geyservtlle Ed Park, 1300 Moody in., Geyserville; WASH+Washington Elementary School, 129 S. Washington, Cloverdale For more information Call (707) 527-4685 concerning a ring she reported she had lost. Thursday, August 7 Penny Fair holding a Ukiah woman for shoplifting. Mulberry Street resident re- ports seeing children playing with matches in an alleyway. Children were warned and ad- vised. Friday, August 8 Four juveniles were warned and advised concerning curfew. Woman reports seeing four large men loading the Pepsi vending machine in front of Hindquarters into a 1940's pick up truck with black bumpers. Roan Ct. man reports some- one tried to enter his house through a window. Saturday, August 9 The Dante bar requests a walk- thru--a subject there had earlier argued over a pool cue. Woman at Allen Avenue re- ported finding a man hole cover in her front yard. Kathleen Wilson arrested for warrant. Taken to county jail. Sunday, August 10 Man reports his brother had called him and said he heard someone on his roof. Police offic- er checked it out and reported observing a large cat in the area. Report of shots fired from a 70's green Grand Prix, with a brown vinyl top, on McCray Read. Sonoma County Sheriff's Department requested a local officer to check the area. The officer was unable to locate it. Woman at Hardister reports the tires on her car were slashed during the night. Woman reports seeing male subjects on the roof at the Veter- an's Building. Auditions for youth orchestra and wind ensemble begin Auditions for membership in the Santa Rosa Symphony Youth Orchestra [SRSYO], Preparato- ry Orchestra, Discovery Orches- tra and Youth Wind Ensemble will begin September 4 and con- tinue through September 27. 'Musicians will be placed in the appropriate performing ensem- ble following a competitive audi- tion. All interested young . musicians between the ages of nine and 20 should make an audition appointment with the Manager, Cynthia Weichel at 546-8742. New logo for Exchange Exchange Bank, operating  -N continuously in I -d" Sonoma County since 1890, has a new logo design. During the banks history the logo has changed reflecting the design trends of each time period. logo change, bank President William Reinking cites new the logo, especially in the realm of electronic corporate identities must stand out on a computer The bank's eventual growth in electronic home and ing and a proposed Internet home page helped inspire change. Additionally, Reinking wanted to update the recognition factor of Exchange Bank in the identifying initials of the bank, "EB . The new logo will ally incorporated into all ofth( advertising and electronic venues. The words "Since 1890" are a continuing The design utilizes a type style called Stone Serif, one digital type fonts designed in the 1980's. The type is conveys the bank's strength and stability. The new logo is burgundy, chosen for its rich hue. Exchange Bank has a unique relationship to Sonoma( Frank Doyle, son of the bank's founder, left 51% of shares in trust with Santa Rosa Junior College. Since 44,000 students have received over $22 million dollars trust, which also prohibits the sale of the bank to anY! interests. The logo design process was coordinated by Santa ing and marketing firm, Ponseti and Partners. The four local graphic designers to contribute designs for review. This process allowed the Exchange Bank to of designs to choose from as well as the input and more than one designer. The deign choices were refined. Eventually designer Brad Huck of Purrfect selected. Clifford Steele Clifford Steele died at Healdsburg Hospital, August native of Gordon, Nebraska, Clifford was ] served in the Marine Corps in World War II, was an of the American Legion, and lived in Cloverdale for the years. He worked for Weyerhaeuser in Anaheim for 30 enjoyed several hobbies including bowling, boating, and was very active in the Cloverdale Gun Club League. He is survived by his wife of 23 years, Lorraine; his Bullard of Ukiah, Claude and Helen Steele of Wildomar, Thomas of Wildomar, CA; Helen Stambeck of Ukiah; Paula Steele of Sacramento; daughters Jan and Connie Ahders of Cloverdale; grandchildren Heather Sacramento and Roger & Heidi Ahders of Corvallis; grandson Marshall Ahders. He was predeceased by his sister Opal Krag. Friends are invited to attend a celebration of his life, August 18, 1997 at Grace Lutheran Church, Cloverdale Memorial contributions may be made to VNA and Home 1110 N. Dutton Ave., Santa Rosa, CA 95401. 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