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September 10, 1997, Cloverdele Reveille, Page 6 Bake-Off at 1 i Celebration A - ............ = overdale Street hth , eme, a long-time favor- aunity-involvement con- . is making a ck--Cloverdale's 1997 ie Bake-Off. i king place on the plaza from k to 3 pro, the contest will i to $50 cash prize win- L&group of professional bak- judge one winner, the lbe a People's Choice. three cookies for $1 for your favorite cookie. !Will be available, of course. okie bake-offwill be limit- b48 preregistered contes- all entering three dozen of one kind. Ray's store manager John Rent,z, stands with his wife Susan, their aside--wearyour twin daughters Kristen and Jessica, and their son John Luke. ron to the event, wewill Ray.,; store manager llaward to"favorite apron." forms are available at Closet, the Natural ,Total Image, Callahan's hails from Smith River es, the Trading Post, Rags itches and the Cloverdale Cloverdale's new Ray's Food Place, scheduled to open October 1, er of Commerce. r aore info call 894-7388. drive in 00idsburg 9/12 ammer comes to an end begin a new school e Blood Bank of the Red- ages the community to Know Who to Contact Healdsburg Community will be held Friday, 12 from 3:30-7 pm at Fed- | Church, 555 Monte Vis- taldsburg. Giving blood is o donate, you must be at ,7 years old, at least 110 and free of cold or flu mas. Please eat a substan- before donation. For lforrnation about the blood call 1-800--4-BLOOD-4U. td Bank of the Redwoods is Fprofit community blood aerving hospitals in Sono- , and Mendocino Coun- 00iness After urs at Assembly 00tors raday, Sept. 11, 5-7 pm, members in a Business at Assembly Sub- ors, 27705 Dutcher Robert and Mai are anxious for you to see Sew facility and explain they do. Judging from the of the building, it has  of room. is proud to introduce its manager John Rentz. Rentz, his wife and three children, recently moved to Cloverdale from Smith River. According to Rentz, when the new Cloverdale position opened up, he saw it as an excellent opportunity. "I'm excited to be living in Cloverdale and am looking forward to serving the community with the variety of services that Ray's has to offer," he said. Rentz has been in management with several of Ray's Food Place stores and is coming from managing the Smith River, California store. He has previous management experience with Fred Meyers for seven years. He attended Medford, Oregon High School and Southern Oregon State College. He is a member of the Smith River Kiwanis and enjoys golfing, fishing, skiing and scuba diving. According to Rentz, the new Ray's is going to be a good store with a lot of different services the community doesn't have under one roof, including produce, deli, video, UPS, Western Union, fax, photo processing, espresso bar, fresh fish and floral. He said he has looked at different markets in Cloverdale and felt prices were generally too high, and that Cloverdale should be pleased with Ray's prices. When Ray's opens Oct. 1, Clover Supermarket will simulta- neously close. Rentz could not say if any of the employees from Clover Market have been hired, but did say their applications were being reviewed. Why Settle for Less ? We Are a Full Service Real Estate Office :STOP BY! OUR AGENTS 'A'iiIo Rose Century 21, Les Ryan :RCal ,,, K,k Camille Lure 894-5232 114 Lake St. , Kko, " James00 DeMartini ATI'ORNEY COUNSELOR AT LAW BUSINESS AND REAL ESTATE DIVORCE AND CUSTODY PROBATE WILLS & TRUSTS PERSONAL INJURY & ACCIDENT LITIGATION \\; SILV IRA I ow. Rs BODY SHOP ,00wAm. Supply & Irrigation AY BAKE BOOTH HIGHER GLOSS PAINT JOBS I .Irrigation Systems -Farm Supplies ALL MAKES AND MODELS-FREE ESTIMATES i .Hardware & Equipment .Housewares:, & FREE LOANER CARS AVAILABLE. I 985 Hsaldsburg Ave. HIdaburg 433-2424 I Ave. i On all Focelgn & Dorneti CARS & TRUCKS (707)857-3790 5olem's New and Reconditioned Appliances Spring Air Mattresses We Service What We Sell! Competitive Prices 25 North St. Hsaldburg FREE DEUVERY 433"4838 TERMS ART SHOW This September we are pleased to have three artists displaying their works. Marge Gray is showing watercolors, Judy Christopher, etchings, and Gene Summers, bronze and wood pieces. The Art Show will be open to the public Monday through Sat- urday from 1 - 5 p.m., and on Monday and Wednesday nights from 7 - 9 p.m. There was a wonderful reception for the art- ists this past Friday night, with lots of interested friends in at- tendance. We want to thank Bandiera Winery for donating wine for the reception, as well as Cloverdale High School FHA-HERO stu- dents who prepared appetizers, and others who donated refresh- ments. Please come in and see the wonderful art work on dis- play. FRIENDS OF M CLOVERDALE LIBRARY MEMBKRSHIP APPLICATIONS Our annual mailing to current and prospective members will be during mid-September. Please join this organization and show your support for the public li- brary. We rely on the hard work and generosity of the Friends of the Library to supplement the regu- lar budget of the Cloverdale Li- brary. The Friends have assisted us in purchasing such "extras  as new computer equipment, books , providing special performers for Children's programs, and oth- er needed items. ANNUAL BOOKSALE WILL BE IN EARLY OCTOBER The major fund-raising effort of the Friends of the Library is the annual booksale. We take all the donations we have received during the year and offer them to you at rock- bottom prices. Thursday night, October 9 from 6-8 p.m. will be the Mem- ber's Preview, and you may join the Friends at that time. The sale will continue on Pri- day October 10 h from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., and Saturday October 11 t from 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Come see the wonderful selec- tion of books available, which includes many brand new books for children. SUMMER READING CLUB Good Books -Good Friends was the theme this summer for our reading club, and we are proud of all the children who partici- pated. We had 224 children and 28 teenagers sign up. At the Sum- mer Finale 91 children received Reading Certificates, an ice cream from Clo the Cow, a cou- pon from Round Table Pizza, a book to keep, all special gifts to encourage the children to read. We thank Round Table Pizza, MacDonald's, Clover Stornetta, the YMCA/Cloverdale Swim- ming Pool, and Dr. Ruth Gordon for contributing reading incen- tives for the children, and all the others who helped make this such a successful summer pro- gram. CLOVgaDALe OTY HALL, 124 N. CLOVDAL BLVD. (894-252D Clovcrdalc Ci Manager: Bob Pcrrault., Asst. City Manager: Carol Giovanatto Soom Cotmrv BoAm oz Sm, zvmoRs The board meets every Tuesday at 8:30 am, County Administration Center, (address). Phone: Paul Kelley is Cloverdale's (4th) District Supervisor. He holds office hours at Cloverdale City Hall every second Wednesday from 8:30 to 10".30 am. STATE ASSEMBLY _ Asscmblypcrson Virginia Strom-Martin District Oflcb: 50 D St., 5te 450, Santa Rosa, CA 95404. Phone (576-2526). State Capitol Address:Room 2003, State Capitol, Sacramento, CA 96814. (916)445-8360 - STA SNrZ Sen. Mike Thompson, 50 D St., Santa Rosa, CA 95404 (707)576-2771 VgRNOR Gov. Pete Wilson, State Capitol, Sacramento, CA 95814 (916)45-2841 US Housg o Rm'aCSgNTATWgS Rcp. Frank Riggs, District Office, 327 N. State Sf.-Ukiah, CA 95482. (707)462-9176. Washington Office: 1714 Longworth Building, Washington DC-20515 (202)22-5-3311 US SgNA Sen. Diannc Feinstein-San Francisco (415)536-6868 Wasngtg. n: 361 Dirksen Senate Office Bldg., washington DC 20501, (202)224-3841 Sen. Barbara Boxer-San Francisco (415)403-0100112. Washington: 112 Hart natc Office Bldg., Washington, DC, (202)224-3553 p- President Bill Clinton, 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, Washington DC 20500 (202)456-1111 BRAND NEW BAG... OMING SOON! .... .n mmmm