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Wednesday, September 10, 1980 - Page 9 Winter archery to start Q CHs By GRACE STILL The Cloverdale Archers are goin to start winter archery league on Wednesday, September 17 at Rainbow Hall on the Citrus Fairgrounds at 8 p.m. This league is for anyone in- terested in archery, not for only club members. We will be shooting an animal round for the first time and.this round should prove very interesting. It's quite different from most indoor archery rounds. We shoot on a handicap basis so every archer has an equal chanc (o shoot good scs_ All types of archery equip- ment, with target arrows are welcome. The league will meet every Wednesday night. Newcomers are invited to come out and join in our fun as well as archers who have shot with us before. We have a 20-yard-indoor range and shooting space for 10 archers per line. The league is run by the local archery club and the club also has coffee available during shooting time. tot's of archery and hunting talk goes on during league nights. Also, archery equipment and supplies are available locally for anyone needing hem. For more information you can cali-894-2236 after 4-30 p.m. The place again is the Rainbow Hall on the Citrus Fairgrounds on Wednesday night, September 17. Come on out and see what an ar- chery indoor league is all about. Great during the wet weather when you can't get outside to shoot. Really good practice for all you hunters out there. ..... Varsity football coaches, left to right: Gary Freitas, Jerry Huot, and John Gastineau. Photo by Bob s announce monthly rn themes President. The Cub Scout program offers boys aged 7 to I0 a year-round, home- centered program em- phasizing involvement with their parents, adult leaders,and friends. The central program ac- tivity relating to the monthly theme will be decided at each pack's annual planning conference. Individual dens within the pack will then orgalze their specific part of Cub Scouts li'ograms for have been the Sonoma- Boy themes offer to ideas that acchieve the Scouting," Bud Dar- Vice- the overall program, which will be presented a the monthly pack meeting. Each program will include op- portunities for advancement. The new monthly themes will begin in September and continue through August, 1981. The program theme for September is "Com- municahons." Beginning in October, monthly program themes will be as follows: October--"Cub Scout Citizen (Election of a President" ; November-- "Thanksgiving-Living and Sharing"; December-- "Happy Holidays"; January- -"Indian I.,ore"; February- "Great Events of Scouting"; March-"Genius Night"; April--' 'The World Around Us"; May "Under the Big Top"; June--"Flags of America"; July--' 'Family Picnic"; and August-- "Physical Fitness." Bruce Luchessa, among his lit graders. Plmtos by Janlce. Meet Jefferson School's new teachers Boneless Hams Smok-A-Roma, Safeway Seven-Up , Or D4, 6-12 OZ Cans (Cmm. 6-12 oz,  Sl 19) s129 New Crop Grown w.. Cheese 790 Frozen Spinach emmd W Peek Ckqm 8r C hoOa .,,oo_ Celery Broccoli Casabas 300rl 8 o f I ea.,,, .4 '"-lb. ".,;581 k'q"" Del Monte Peaches.. Golden L U C I . Ripe Ib."lr ql Fresh I U ,.' :3- Nucoa and So.d lb. U, ..., .... ., Croton 53 "'--- with Bright Cui Leaves. A Beautiful Accent in I I B& your Home O rUl Heinz Ketchup Nm-Fat Milk lucerne, Gadlon 32 Ounces 9 Fresh Yellow Crisp Corn Onions Cucumbers .., .so, 12. Choe Grade Oeet k k Stew ,, USOA 211 Choice Grade O4f Sm Zr S4eway USOA Chmce Gram S ,ceC,,m --6 _ .. ' f Ib: ! Mild Chunk Cheddar -', " ' s2" Random WtL Per lb. Large AA Eggs .,-, oo- 85* OvaiUne Chocolate ..,,o. $1" B & M Baked Beans .o., 59  Cup-O'-Noedles ,oo--.. 69  Punna Kitten Chow .o.. 79 Town House Lasagne ,ou._ 2.89 Sunlite Sunflower Oil .o.- 99  Pine Sol ,,o-- *1" Butter Top Bread, Mrs. 7.q0 ht's, I% lb. Loaf Butter & Egg :-- ..  !1" F:-- F..  Jl" 6re Beam 1 ounc 17 ounc S 'Tomato Juice for 5 Twinldes Hostess, 1 Pack Cr:ke ,  :*o?i.?", 2: ISPI79 * 49* 89* 100%  Belt k it4m and  m u ed re avMe Selnnb4N 10. 140. Uu $misr M, 19410, at d SIores kn me te41owln Alameda. San FrlmlsO, San kteo, Santa Cl', Monlre Santa Crux. "PrSces no* yoa mlolr,. llm! Bruce Luchessa Several new teachers have been employed by the Cloverdale Unified School District to replace teachers that are on a leave of absence or that resigned at the end of school last June. At Jefferson Elementary School, Bruce Luchessa has been employed to teach the moved to Cloverdale with his first grade. He is a graduate wife, Pene, doesn't have any of California State University children, but does have a cat, at Chico and has had two turtle, Iguana and year's experience teaching, the first grade in Byron, camellions. Coming from a California. flat agriculture area he says it is nice to see hills and trees Luchessa, who has just again. Renee Robertson Mrs. Renee Robertson will serve as a half-time teacher for students with learning disabilities at the Jefferson School. She has had five years teaching experience, and four teaching students with learning disabilities in the Mark West School District in Santa Rosa. Mrs. Robertson is a graduatetit the University of the Pacific. Fran Domenlchelli Fran Domenichelli has been employed as a sub- stitute kindergarten teacher at Jefferson. Mrs. Domenichelli, and husband Mayor Jack Domenichelli, have three children, Elsie, Derek and Mark. She is a graduate of the Dominican College in San Rafael and has been a sub- stitute teacher for several years. Alice Remain Mrs. Alice Remain is returning, after several years absence, as a second grade teacher. She taught at the Jefferson School Elementary School during the 1972 through 1977 school years. She is a graduate of the University of California at Berkeley.