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WEEK ERS ! y leaders, volunteers, and youth who organize educational projects. wide variety of things to do and learn. Members belong to take part in group events, or explore their own special interest basis. The purpose of 4-H is to help young people discover their potential. 4-H encourages young people to set their own make their own plans and decisions. This helps boys and girls builds their self-confidence. part of a group, 4-Hers learn to understand other people and to with them - two basic skills for a happy and useful life. may be organized with a volunteer local leader and three or Each member in 4-H has one or more projects but leaders to work with members for any project. Members have a to attend club, group, or project meetings and to take part in records of their projects and make written reports when finished. This procedure provides excellent basic job skills, 4-H out. Other activities include using a calendar or diary to keep of all meetings attended, offices held, committees worked on, income, and hours spent on projects, events and activities. members have the opportunity of attaining a variety of awards as a ;of measuring their progress. The Star awards in 4-H are designed to )lan attainable objectives. The Star Award is a program Bronze, Silver, Gold, and All Stars are awarded at the Ylevel to4-H members in recognition of their achievements. There is limit for achieving a Star rank, exept the age limits for 4-H and there is no limit on the number of Bronze, Silver, Gold, or a county can award. motto is: "To make the best better." The 4-H pledge says: "I !my head to clearer thinking, my heart to greater loyalty, my hands to Service, and my health to better living, for my club, my community, and my world." gas engines day gas engines will be y at the Cloverdale Fair. 31 of the North-Western Gas Engine and will offer a dis- gas engines, power driven featured at 4-H Fair farm machinery and other machin- ery of historical value. They'll be setting up their "old iron" about 9 a.m. Oct. 12 and will stay for the day at the Citrus Fair- grounds. Admission to the fair is free. The GRAPEVINE Bar & Restaurant Fine Food * Cocktails Cozy Family Atmosphere us for lunch or dinner during the Regional 4-H Fair/ We're right across the street! S. Cloverdale Blvd. 894-2722 CLOSED MONDAYS We're Soot Proud of our 4-Hers... .Jm BcmNf'ul CLOVERDALE of Cloverdale on Hwy 101 at the intersection of Hwy 128 W. to Boonville, Mendocino & Ft. Bragg. 10% Senior Discount 1195 N. Redwood Hwy 894-5616 *Open Daily for Breakfast - 5 a.m. 4- Discounts fi, r Senior'i'raelers 4- Travel Vide(, l,ibrarv 4- Free l)eliver Service 4- Passporl & ID I'hotos J ; -"!1 Children'SClothes  125 N. Cioverdale Boulevard Oct. 9, 1991, Cioverdale Reveille, Page 9 North County 4-1t Club members are .shown with the prize money they earned with their exhibits at the Sonoma County Fair. Top row from left. Sarah Mantor, Dale Maas, and Mike Gonzales. Front row from left. B.J. Loscutoff , Samantha Mantor, Kevm Lo.cutoff and Renee Maas. North County 4-H proving to be a successful young club The North Count)' 4-H Club may be a club of "young" members, but their accomplishments certmnly match up to those of older 4-H members. During the recent Sonoma County Fair, 12 North County 4-Hers en- tered their crafts and came home with 100 ribbons and over 5300 in prize money. There were 49 first place blue ribbons, 36 second place red ribbons and 15 third place white ribbons. Community Leader Elaine Maas, is very proud of her young charges whose projects include arts and crafts, photography, gardening, and some swine and sheep projects. The North County 4-H was founded a couple of years ago with the goal of providing more activities for very young or "mini-member" children interested in 4-H. However, there is no age-limit placed on those children who are members of North County 4- H. Officers of the club include Renee "Maas, president; Dale Maas, Sergeant at Arms; BJ Loscutoff, vice-presi- dent/editor; Kevin Loscutoff, Ser- geant at Arms; Sarah Mantor, treas- urer; Samantha Mantor, Sergeant at Arms; Brandon Harrison, historian; Michael Gonzales, Sergeant at Arms; Sean Armstrong, Sergeant at Arms; Paul Armstrong, secretary. Other members include Rachael and Jason Mancini. Mrs. Maas pointed out that involve- ment with 4-H activities at such a young age provides an excellent Community Leader Elaine Maas opportunity for growth to the young members, acquainting them with 4- H procedures, programs, and goals. North County 4-H is still accept- ing members. If you are interested call Elaine Maas at 894-4742. Cloverdale 4-H has busy summer Members of the Cloverdale 4-H Club have had a busy summer of fairs. They started in June with the Son- oma-Marin Fair where Christine Buergler was able to sell her Jersey heifer at a special Replacement Heifer Auction. Zita and Nadia Konik exhibited vegetables and sewing, while Christy and Robin Gurries showed sewing, cooking, and crocheting. Christine, DeAnn, Becky, 'and I_aura Buergler exhibiled wing, vegetables, crocheting and rabbits. "All mem- bers did quite well," a spokesperson for the club exclaimed. The Sonoma County Fair found the Gurries exhibiting sewing and crocheting. In August many members exhib- fled at the Redwood Empire Fair. Top award winner was Becky Buer- gler with Best In Show in the poultry division with her white Call duck (a miniature duck). Also she won the clean stall award which earned her $10 to go towards the poultry proj- ect. At the Mendocino County Fair and Apple Show, held in September, the results were: Christy Gurries, seven 1 st place and one 2nd place in sewing and crocheting; Robin Gurries, five 1st for sewing; Zita Konik, four 1st, and two 2nds for sewing; Ginger Gambrall, three 1st, two 2nd, for sewing and cooking. Christine Buergler, two I st, sew- ing and a 2nd, 4th, and 5th in Rab- bits; DeAnn Buergler, Reserve of Show, for her Florida White rabbit; two 1 st, 2nd, 3rd, for rabbits and four 1st, and two 2nds for sewing and crochet. Becky Buergler won two 1st, and two 2nds for her Call ducks and Best Duck, four I st, one 2nd, and two 3rds for crochet. ...the Key to a Better Tomorrow! CLOVERDALE LOCK & KEY Keys - Safes - Dead Bolts Installed Auto - Residential - Commercial RANDY & CINDI LANDS, Owners "WELCOME 4.Hers :.. Redwood Smorgette Breakfast Lunch- Dinner Closed Tuesday Louie & Joyce Victoria 504 N. Cloverdale Blvd. 894-2642 We support 4-Hers for a job well done[ FIESTA TRAVEL "A Full Free Service Travel Agency" Instant Computerized Worldwide Reservations for: AIRLINES * CRUISES * HOTELS * TOURS * CARS At the Lowest Possible Fares 105 E. First Street [ 894-5244 I Congratulations on a Great Job/ Offering THE BEST IN FEED Charlie & Janis Fayter 228 S. East Street 894-5297 8-5:30 Weekdays 9-4 Saturdays Recognizing the 4-H Achievement Brings you the best in Family Entertainment From the hottest new releases to the classics 113 Broad St. 894-5187 BANDIERA WINERY Since 1937 Premium Wines at Affordable Prices (Available at Clover Market) 155 Cherry Creek 894-4295