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LUNell t BENU MONDAY, SEPT. 15 Taco Salad Taco Salad sky Joe Cheese SEPTEMBER 18 Taco Pocket Taco Pocket ogart Cen SEPTEMBER 17 Chicken Nuggets Chicken Nuggets Egg Sandwich Donut SEPTEMBER 18 MacJCheese Pizza BolognaSandw Cen SEPTEMBER 19 Hot Dog on Bun Hot Dog on Bun Yogart Cinnamon Roll phone for Bus City of Cloverdale has es- a new phone number City Bus: 894-1743. driver will check his approximately every new number allows to schedule appoint- 24 hours a day, but are give the driver at least notice before you need Picked up. of school children are that the City Bus be- at 7:30 am. If your needs transportation to before 8 am when City pick driver will check mes- ievery day starting at 7:30 of operation are 7:30-4 closed for 12 and i pro; and is 50 for seniors and and 75 for adults. We are preparing for the be- ginning of the new school year with many activities planned for after school and as fundraisers and community service projects for our Club members. The Torch Club is a youth de- velopment Club comprised of members 10-13 years old. They have been raismg money for their various club and community projects under the direction of Mary Pellegrini for the last 6 years. Recently they were able to at- tend the Sonoma .County Crush- ers game along with Club members from other Boys and Girls Clubs throughout the coun- ty. On Tuesday they will open the Club Cafe for after school diners. Torch Club members are very active in many areas of the Club. They assist staff in ongo- ing activities, help with home- work, answer phones, and run their store to name a few. On September 20 Torch Club members and their parents will be removing litter from their adopted stretch of Hiway I01. School brings our Kindergar- ten program back to the Club. We are open at 7:30 in the morn- ing for those students who are enrolled in afternoon sessions. Members participate in age ap- propriate activities, and receive a snack before boarding the bus for school. Kindergarten mere- ben arriving at the Club in the aiernoon also enjoy these great activities. The fee for this pro- gram is $6.00 a day The Braniac Club will again be hard at work. Members have a quiet room where they can do their homework with help from our Education Director, Ronnie DeSoto. The library is available until 4:00 daily for these hard working students. The Cultural Enrichment room, better known as the Art room, will be open from 3:00 until 5:30 daily with a different activity daily. This is under the supervision of Director Mary Pellegrini. Applications for 1997 member- ship are still available. A mere $25 gets you all of these great activities and programming pro- dded by us and national pro- grams from Boys and Girls Clubs of America. We are still looking for teens to participate in our TeenAid pro- gram involving students from CHS and JEH. High school stu- dents can earn credits by volun- teering at the Club. If you know a high school student who has spare time to volunteer at the Club as a tutor, a games room assistant, maybe they have a love of the arts, have them give Mary Pellegrini a call, 894-5063 or see Mr. Neel at the High School. There are lots of activities go- ing on at all times. If you would like to donate some time to assist in any of these events give us a call. If you are interested in joining come by, check us out then get ready for a great time. Sa/twater Albacore fishing continues to be the excitingtopic among ocean fishermen. Out of Fort Bragg, boats are finding schools of tuna from 6 miles due west to 14 miles out, Seas have been calm. Out of Bodega, most boats have been traveling out past Cordell Bank to find albacore. Out of the gate most have been traveling 15-25 miles out for the warm water gamefish. Ocean salmon fishing has tak- en a backseat to the albacore fishing. Most ocean salmon are deep, looking for cooler water. Salmon fisherman are still find- ing fish at Duxbury and the channel bouys about 40-60' dbwn. The first:two-fish law has changed to two fish 24" or better below Point Reyes. Salmon fish- ing out of Bodega is slow. Those salmon fishing out of Fort Bragg are finding a few fish out by the second boy trolling W with rotary salmon killers. Bot- tom fishing has been good, but not to many are trying it with albacore within easy reach. Inside the San Francisco Bay the Striper Bite has been gener- ally good. The halibut bite has been so-so. Drilling live bait is still the method of choice, while live bait is available. California City is being fished fairly regu- larly but the bite has been slow =)far. Lake Sonoma Get up early and catch some Bucketmouths. They'll hit topwater baits and spinnerbaits until morning sets in, then it changes to a rubber worm, grub and lizard bite down deep. The catfishing has beeti" fair to good. Night fishing has been best using crawlers, dough baits and chicken liver. Clear Lake The topwater action is fairly good in the morning. The bite them switches to crankbaits and worms around docks and struc- ture in the late morning and afternoon. The catfishing is still rated good to very good. Lake Mendocino Fishing has been slow mostly due to the low water level at the lake and limited accessibility for boaters. The north boat ramp is closed and the south ramp is =launch with care" from a tem- porary launch area. Catfishing and striper fishing is rated slow to fair. Lake Pillsbury Trout are still being caught by trollers at about 40 feet. Morn- ings are best using a large set of flashers and a worm. The lake still has a good level of water for launching and trolling. Trout plants: Upper Blue Lake was planted last week with trout. No local waters are scheduled for planting this week. September 10, 1997, Cloverdele Reveille, Page 7 Help Rehabilitate the Gould/Shaw House Cloverdale Museum Our museum building has been declared unsafe and we need to seismically repair the museum structure. We ask that you make any donation you can to help us achieve our goal. All gifts are tax deductible, and you will receive written acknowledgement of any gift over $25. Yes I want to help rehabifitate the Gould/Shaw House, Cloverdale Historical Society Museum. Enclosed is my tax deductible contribution of: (Please make checks payable to: Clovcrdalc Historical Society) Send to 126 A N. Clovcrdale Blvd., Cloverdale, CA 95425 Name: Address: City: St: Zip In Memory of: J Rebecca Zezza, Kathleen Brown, Kathy Elson and owner George Georgeson are dedicated to friendly service and great food. McDonald,s--great food and prices A lot of people say, T/hen your town gets a McDonald's, your on the map!' McDonald's Restau- rant is the first new business to open up in the Furber Ranch Shopping Center. It was opened last year by George Georgeson, who also owns the Healdsburg McDonald's. If your hankering for juicy burgers, Bic Mac's, fish fillet and grilled chicken sandwiches with crispy golden fries, shakes, hot apple pies, Egg McMuffin's, hot carmel topped sundaes, and toys for the kids at prices that can't be beat, pick up your feet and hightail it to McDonald's. Georgeson decided to open his restaurant here because ie only forsees growth and good things for Cloverdale. His goal is to provide fast and friendly service to local patrons. McDonald's is located atTread- way & S. Cloverdale Blvd. in the =New  Furber Ranch Shopping Center. The Ha r Work,. 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UndaMidnalek, Owner Full Servioe Salon New Longer Houm: Tuem-Fri-8:30 ms-8 pm Sat 8:30 am-5 pm We've got new bulbs for our tanning bedl Maniourist available in evenings, Tuesdays & Fridays ; 123 N. {vwdl Boulevard 894-2671 Gee Jerry Beebe Sales and Leasing 2600 North State St. (707) 462-8817 U kiah, Calilomia 95482 FAX (707) 462-1593 1-800-552-0559 Home (707) 894-4375 Catherine Mitchell Bookkeeping Services 96 Tarman Drive UCENSED PO Box 892 TAX Cloverdale, CA 95425 (707) 894-4330 PREPARER FAX 894-5250 N00ota ,7. "Johnson BOOKKEEPING SERVICES 894-2930 . FAX 894-9110 538 N. CLOVERDALE BLVD., CLOVERDALE -:;:.;::-:-:.z:/:/'::1+:; .-" * ";::4" "  /,;w,/.  THOMAS REED SINK ATTORNEY AT LAW THE LAW OFFICES OF CAMPBELL, ANRSON. 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