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Sept. 17, 1997, Cloverdale Reveille, Page 9 Joan Trimble (I), Cloverdale Chamber of Commerce; artist, Judy Christopher; and Lori Vogt, owner of the Natural Look, enjoyed the recent reception for the artists at the CIoverdale Library. Christo- pher's etchings will be on display, along with watercolors by Marge Gray and bronze and wood sculptures by Gene Summers through Sept. 27. etchings, and sculptures in bronze and wood are on e Library through Sept. 27. All work of local is a must see. A reception for the artists was held night, Sept. Pictured is watercolor artist Marge Gray (r) with Gary Patterson, June Davies, and Joan Gravell. , , whose bronze and wood sculptures are part of the the Cloverdale Library visited with Dr. Jonathan Kreger ithe recent artist's reception. Johanna Howell, a member of the Friends of the Library and the Cloverdale Library Art Com- mittee graciously served refresh- ments at Friday night's recep- tion. Bandiera Winery donates the wine for these events which is greatly appreciated by the committee. Cloverdale 4-H sign-ups Sept. 17 Cloverdale 4-H is offering many projects for local children to choose from this coming year. Following are some of the projects available: rabbits, reptiles, arts and crafts, cooking, hiking and out- door adventures, photography, sheep, needlecraft, poultry, youth leadership program through 1 oastmaster's of Cloverdale, as- tronomy, shooting sports, and karate. Sign-ups for the 97-98 4-H year will be at 6:30 pm on Wednesday, Sept. 17, at the Jefferson School Cafeteria. "Not only do we offer a wide range of projects, but we also are giving our kids the chance to learn to be leaders. Members need to be 5 years to 18 years of age to enroll. Any parents who have a hobby or interest they would like to share, please call Wendy LaRue 894-4276 or Shelly Berry 894-5126 prior to the meeting date," a spokesper- son stated.r still available for World War II Liberty Ship cruise go three local organizations offered a celebrity wine ). The William Russell Ledford American Legion Post is a trip to San Francisco in order to board the Jerimiah O'Brien r Cruise. Celebrities will also be featured on this trip. Most of local residents known throughout Cloverdale. There will be former US Navy personnel, two former members of Army, one former member of the Merchant Marine, one former present member of the City Council and to top the list of Christine Riker, local artist who painted the water color of O'Brien will be traveling with the group. have a copy of the painting for all to admire and possibly Riker was the inspratum tothe legion post to offer the last World War Liberty Ship afloat. And She will be our She plans to have much literature and paintings of the on the bus for the other celebrities to check out. seats on the bus for the Oct. 10 cruise. Interested are asked to make reservations by calling 894-9056 or 894- cost of the trip including the round trip bus ride and the is $125. The bus will leave the Cloverdale Veterans building at 7 am with estimated time of arrival at Pier 32 at 9 am. Coffee and donuts will be served aboard the boat and catered lunch will be served. Big Band music will be played live on deck for dancing to the World War era songs. This is not a fundraising event by the Legion; it is a way of the citizens to get acquainted with some of the veterans of Cloverdale. While veterans of WWII, Korea, Viet Nam, Persian Gulf are invited, the cruise is not limited to veterans. It is offered as a fun trip to all. Little League sponsors thanked By Dick Butler So, it has been about two months since the last game of a Cloverdale Little League team, and thereby the end of the 1997 season. Now is the time for the League to assess the season;-what went right, what went wrong? It's time to make the necessary changes and adjustments to make 1998 an even better Little League Baseball season. First and foremost as we move into the new season, Cloverdale Little League would like to thank its 1997 sponsors. To thank all those local businesses, clubs, and organizations that provided much of the financial resources that made Little League possible in Cloverdale. The contributions of sponsors help in the purchase of uniforms, equipment, field maintenance and a variety of other expenses in- curred in producing a successful Little League season. In addition, sponsorship money provides funds for those unable to pay for their participation in the League; no children are turned away for lack of their ability to pay the registration fee. Cloverdale Little League gratefully acknowledges the support of: Ace Hardware, Animal Hospital of Cloverdale, Blue J Ranch, Break- ing New Ground, Cloverdale Saw and Mower, Exchange Bank, Fosters Freeze, Grace Lutheran Church, Green Controls, John Borg Plumbing, McIntosh Construction, Mendo-Lake Honda, MGM Brakes, Metal Service Center, Rotary Club, RJW Lumber, Scharfenberger Cellars, T and B Sports, and Waterspool Labradors. We urge every- one in the community to give our sponsors your support and your business. We should also thank the many volunteers who helped out in 1997. They are too many to name, but they should know how much their help is necessary and appreciated. If Cloverdale Little League is to prosper in the coming season, we will need not only the support of sponsors, we will also need the time and energy of an army of volunteers. We ned additional volunteer support from the upcoming season, or face the prospect of scaling the program down to a level that can be managed by the available volunteers. III I If your appliance can If you want your appliance to be cared for by the very best, just pick up the phone and listen to Ed Bouissey's message. "If you have a sick appliance, keep it warm and give it plenty of rest," his reassuring voice says. You know you've found the right man. Bouissey fixes heaters, air con- ditioners, stoves, washers and dryers, garbage disposals, dish- washers, water heaters, space heaters, swamp coolers, domes- tic refrigerators, etc. In short, he fixes everything--except micro- waves. Bouissey has had experience in the appliance repair business since 1955. "I like all aspects of my work, especially the variety and doing something different everyday," he explains. Ed has owned Boysee Appli-  a.nce in Cloverdal/ si!ce !982 an.d ........ "-: ..... recent|); kon a paSr, Bo  ., ,. . . Lyons.  Thelx, siness was orially sup- . posed to be something to do after he retired from Buck's Gas in Healdsburg. "I thought I'd do this on a retirement basis, but it fooled be fixed Ed can do it If you have a sick appliance give Ed Boulesey a call. me into full time," Bouissey said. Bouissey is grateful to his local customers. ':I thank all the people who have used me in the past, and I hope to keep working with them in the future," he said. He's available Monday through Friday, 8 am to 5 pm. 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