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Page 10, Cloverdale Reveille, October 1, 1997 CHS Spirit Motivates Jefferson Students CHS cheerleaders led by advi- sor Jackie Peres, performed cheers and acrobatic routines to the amazement of kindergarten through third grade students. The mascots performed a dance num- ber and football stars told what motivate them to play football and how they feel when they win and lose. They remembered what it was like to go to Jefferson School and answered questions from an adoring audience. These fine stu- dents are wonderful role models and even signed autographs from their eager fan. Back-to-School Nights Back-to-School Night was an informative and enjoyable evening. Teachers explained their curriculum and expectations for the school year. If you were not able to attend, please make sure you get copies of the following handouts: CARE Foundation, PTC, Bus Safety Packet, Calen- dar, Carnival Sign-up and UNICEF sign-up. Thank you to FHA-HERO High School students for providing childcare and Trans- letras High School Students for translating in classrooms! T-Shirts Jefferson School has conducted a T-shirt design contest! Last week students were asked to design thematic T-shirt art for this year's Jefferson "World of Readers" T- shirts! We hope to have the T- shirts for sale at the Jefferson Car- nival on Oct. 18. Important PTC Meeting Thursday, Oct. 2, Jefferson School will kick off a membership drive for the Parent Teacher Club (IFC). In keeping with our sghool- wide world travel theme, Fiesta Travel Agency has donated two travel tickets to Reno. Cloverdale Travel Service has donated two bus fares from Clo- verdale to either the San Fran- cisco or Oakland Airport. Lucky winners will be drawn from those in attendance. There will be other fun drool prizes. Get to know staff and fellow parents over snacks, in an enjoyable, friendly atmosphere while we plan PTC projects that will benefit your child. Free child- care will be provided. All interested parents are en- couraged to attend the meeting, which will be held in the Jefferson Library at 2:15 pm. This is your opportunity to become involved with activities at Jefferson School. Your volunteer efforts are appre- dated and welcomed! If you can't come, please call the office if you would like to partic- ipate in any way. If there are enough interested parents, we could have some meetings in the evening. It's a Small World Mrs. Spina's second grade class has been learning about Italy. They '97 Street Celebration car show winners Following is a list of the car show winners of the 1997 Cloverdale Street Celebration. Antique, Pete Matovich, 1930 Model A; Street Rod, Barry Steele, 1934 Chevy Town Sedan; Stock, Rudy Kreuzer, 1963 Chevy Convert- ible; Commercial, Louis Cochran, 1958 Chevy Truck; Sports, A1 Chestovich, 1967 Ford Mustang; Custom, Larry Mehr, 1954 Chevy Bel Aire; Motorcycle, Pete Maffia, 1994 Harley Davidson 883; Muscle, Don Smith, 1965 Ford Mustang; Best of Show, Barry Steele, 1934 Chevy Town Sedan; People's Choice, Les Kindig, '30 Ford Model-A Roadster. Why Settle for Less ? We Are a Full Service Real Estate Office CALL US OR STOP BY! 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On October l't she shared these beautiful live creatures with the third graders. California Bat Conservation founder Pat Win- ters dispelled fear and myths about bats and showed students their gentle, adorable side! Third grade classes would like to thank the CARE Foundation for the funds to make this event possible. Calendar Thursday, Oct. 2 PTC Meeting at 2:15 in library. Thursday, Oct. 9 Site Council Meeting at 2:15 in the library. Monday, OCt. 13 Inservice Day (Non Student Day). Saturday, OCL 18 Jefferson School Carnival. Tuesday, OCt 21 Picture Day. Friday, Oct. 31 HalloweenlTdCk-or-Treat for UNICE F, EDCto have exmoit Uarvest Fair Cloverdale's Economic Devel- opment Commission will once again occupy a booth at the Har- vest Fair Oct. 3-5 at the Sonoma County Fairgrounds. The display will be a coopera- tive effort sponsored by the EDC, Russian River Region and Healds- burg. EDC Coordinator Susie Leach is making all arrangements for Clo- verdale's exhibit. Local volunteers will work four shifts during the three day show. Volunteers include Vice-Mayor Bob Jehn and Nancy Jehn and Councilwoman Carol Chase and Irmgard Gates. Four others are yet to be recruited, Leach said. The show attracts visitors from all over Sonoma County as well as Marin, Leach noted. The booth will be located in the Hall of Flow- ers and will provide a wide array of information, brochures and lit- erature concerning Cloverdale. CUSD LUNCH & BREAKFAST MENU Grief support group to hold first meeting A grief support group is being formed, in the Cloverdale area. They will hold their first meeting Wednesday, Oct. 8, 1997 at 7 pm in the Fellowship Hall of the Grace Lutheran Church, 890 North Clo- verdale Blvd. The group is open to all those who have lost a loved one through death and would like to meet together to form a sup- port group to help one another through the various stages of grief. For further information please call 894-3757 or Grace Lutheran Church 894-2330. STOP SIGN of town is also contributing to the situation. The signers ask that stop signs be installed on Main or a signal before there is a fatality at the busy comer. The City Council referred the matter to City Manager Bob Per- rault at his suggestion. He will report back at the Oct. 22 meeting. MONDAY, OCTOBER 6 Jefferson Ham Sandwich Washington Bagel Dog Ham Sandwich Br.akfast Bagel/Crm. Chee. TUESDAY. OCTOBER 7 Jefferson Nachos Washington Nachos Burrito Breakfast Cereal WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 8 Jeff.'son Mini Burger Woshington Mini Burger Bologna Sandwich Breakfast Brekfo.ct Pizza THURSDAY. OCTOBER 9 Jeffa-on Pizza Wcdd.gtm Pizza Fish Sticks Breakfast Cereal FRIDAY. OCTOBER 10 Jefferson Taco Bell Burrito Whington Taco Bell Burrito Yogurt Breakfast Nutri Grain Bar Blue Cross of California $40 Copay Plan Age sge suorr* Smu 19-29 27 54 30-39 42 69 40-49 68 110 50-59 113 181 60-64 136 223 Authorized Agent * Immd  k amOm  Call 894-9550 F, 2/15/97 Sulctiber* Family Sull:aioer+ Chad 49 94 67 64 110 73 90 147 95 135 210 137 145 244 156 Og1"araiz 0000aaia00 128 N Cloverdale Bird - Cloverdale CA 95425 - License 0696864 GROWERS Supply & Irrigation Irrigation Systems .Farm Supplies Hardware & Equipment .Housewares 20750 Geyserville Ave. 857-3484 leto's New and Reconditioned Appliances Spring Air Mattresses We Service What WeSell! Competitive Prices 25 North St. Healdsburg FREE DELIVERY 433.4838 TERMS Cloverdale School District focus on problem solving com The Cloverdale School District is holding an for interested parents and students about "Odyssey of the international creative problem solving competition that students from all 50 states and 30 other countries. The slated for Thursday, Oct. 2 at 7 pm in the high school Also known as "The Olympics of the Mind", OM of different problems each year that are sent out to teams of students then work on solving these problems solutions are presented in March at a regional meet in Teams compete in various divisions, from elementary school to high school to college. Each year the provide great variety; a team may select one that balsa wood structure to withstand hundreds of pounds may choose one of the classics/arts problems which ask perform interpretations of Greek classics, or it may end up ! a vehicle or robot that must perform various tasks. In each, materials used may not exceed $100. Following the regional meets, the winners advance to championships in April. These are followed by the world ship annually. "OM" was founded by IBM executive Sam Mikelus ago and for many of those IBM sponsored the events. Odyssey of the Mind has grown so much recently that an independent organization. The diversity of creativity needed to solve these have resulted in OM being in Smithsonian magazine, on ESPN television movie Little Man Tate, about a remarkably gifted young Members of the community are also invited to attend this l Each OM team, of 5-7 students, has a volunteer coach who a parent or community member. t FHA-HERO On a serious note, the Cloverdale chapter is together the plans for its major community outreach year. They are working with A1Delsid to do something on fire safety, CPR and personal paredness. Five members from the chapter were invited to speak all d at the newly opened Maria Carrillo High School spent the day in the home economics classes, ex students the benefits of beginning a new chapter. Amanda Plumley and Amy Showers talked and having fun activities. Eva Chu spoke on developing potential. Alex McNulty gave the students an ing Fall Region Meeting plans and led them in nity outreach. Eric Lopez explained all about the competitive events. The students came home feeling that success! City receives State COPS funding again this fiscal year Cloverdale's police department will receive $12,747 from the State COPS program this year. .The funds are allocated based on population and mqst ]; u,%=d fox front line mun/cipal police servic- es. They must supplement .and not supplant existing funding. Police Chief Rob Dailey reports his department has a grant from the federal COPS FAST program as well which funds one additional officer. This program requires matching funds from the City and last year the state COPS money was applied to the required salary match for this officer. Dailey ex- pects to do the same with State COPS funds this year. Two Damage claims referred to City staff Two damage claims filed against the City were referred to staff by the City Council Sept. 24. Claimant Robert Jarvis, Whose address is given as Salt Lake City, alleges that when his car was be- ing towed for illegal parking it was damaged by the towing com- pany. He wants the city to reim- burse him for the body work ac- cording to two estimates given; one for $453.84 and the other for $850. Claimant Cheryl Hultberg of Cloverdale alleges her car was damaged when it hit a newly in- stalled median strip at S. Clover- dale Blvd. and Tredway Dr. She asks for reimbursement of her in- surance policy's $500 deductible and $694 paid by her insurance carrier. 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