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; Che )r Squad members Jessica Barry, Marcie Hernandez, Victoria Middleton, Amber Smith, Huls, Chantel Peres, Vanessa Valera, Trish Davis, Melissa Maskell, Georgeann Weins; stunt John Brady, and Chris Piehl; Mascots Kim Whitfield and SheVanna Nelson, and sports : Sell:rerg, Brady Cox, TJ Bird and Chris Lands pose with the Jefferson School kids. to letown varsity and junior var- football teams lost to on Saturday. r lost in a close 35-34 the junior varsity lost ity Eagles tied the game ,d quarter but with five in the game Clover- interception at mid- scored a and kicked a good ging them up by seven te and 50 seconds left scored a touchdown pass Brady Cox :tan( "We went for "related Berry, referring to the to go for a two point instead of the extra fort failed after the ball d and the Eagles lost 2 in pss- 28 carries and 70 also scored three touch- Castrillo had a key that led to a score in Leading tacklers with 16; Nick Angeli 13ustin Haug, 10; and 11. r score for the JVs came quarter when Wade yards for the touch- noted coach Steve CL I League game is r this Friday, Oct. 17 at starting at 5:45 p.m. Eagles RVC Eagles varsity team defeated Rincon in a long hard- series on Oct. 7. Were 15,5; 12,15; 15,11; 15,11. It took the Eagles hours to In back from left are 4-Hers Erica Berry, Kim Morelli, Shannon Hinrichs, and Kassadee Cole, In front is Amanda Berry. Jessica Lewers (r) accepts sheep award. had 16 kills, five and 14 service points; had two kills vice points. Danielle e kills, nine service two aces; Monica Dal- kills, one block, six ser- and two aces; Katie [had two solo blocks and points; Jordan Jack- vice points. rd h d 36 setting at- 16 assists that were 12 kills out of lost to Middletown 16- on Oct. 9 the Uanped the Mustangs: d 15,3. Caitlin Jensen points with five Warren, five kills; :Mol- lly, two kills; Kristin e kills; Katie Gunnink, tlin Jensen, two kills Jackson, two kills. gue play starts this  Cloverdale 4-H exhibitors win awards at Boonville Fair The recently completed 1997 Mendocino County Fair and Apple Show, held in Boonville, was a great success fol many members of the Cloverdale 4-H. The poultry division saw Amanda Berry win champion with her Bantam and then Champion of Show with her Buff Brahma hen. Erica Berry won champion Large Fowl, clean legged, with her Silver Phoenix, champion Game bird with a Chinese Golden Pheasant and champion Water Fowl with her Bantam Call Duck. Gabriel DeMartini took a third and a seventh .with his Silver Seabrights. Erica Berry took third in Advanced Showmanship while Amanda Berry took second andGabriel DeMartini took fourth in the Primary division showman- ship. The rabbit division saw Shannon Hinrichs take first place and champion Best of Breed with her Havana senior doe. Kassadee Cole took first and champion Best of Breed French Lop with her senior buck and first place and Best Opposite with her French Lop junior doe. She also took a second with a French Lop junior doe and second with her Dwarf Hotot junior buck. Kassadee Cole won Novice showmanship and took fourth in Advanced Showmanship. Shannon Hinrichs took first place in Inter- mediate showmanship and fifth place in Advanced Showmanship. In the sheep division Jessica Lewers took the following awards with her Columbia sheep: Champion Yearling Ram, reserve Champion the first league game Ram Lamb and a second place, first place Pair of Ram Lambs, first lay, Oct. 14 against place Yearling ewes, champion and second place Pair of Yearling The Eagles will meet ewes, first place pair of Yearling ewes, Reserve Champion Ewe lamb, Lt home on Thursday, one second and one fourth, first place Pair of Ewe lambs, first place play WiUits at home flock and Youth Flock supreme Champion. OCt. 21. Kim Morelli took the following awards with her Montadale sheep: - Supreme Champion Yearling ewe and a second, Reserve Champion ewe lamb, a second and a fourth, Reserve Champion Ram Lamb, first ,?. T,'.G:-_.  place Pair of Yearling Ewes, first place Pair of Ewe lambs, first place '-- ';;"-;' Flock and first place Young Flock. Kim also won Advanced Sheep showmanship and took fifth place in Round Robin. Oct. 15, 1997, Cloverdale Reveille, Page 9 (Above) The CHS Cheer Squad, led by advisor Jackie Peres, performed cheers and acrobatic routines to the amazement of kindergarten through third grade students. The mascots performed a dance number and football stars told what motivates them to play football and how they feel when they win and lose. On Sept. 27, CHS cheerleaders traveled to the Two Rock Coast Guard Station and went through the ropes course under the direction of Master Chief Juan Gonzalez. The course is designed to build team-work. I Three Cloverdale women travel to Graceland to remember Elvis After five years of planning, the Elvis Group from Cloverdale fi- nally made the trip to visit Grace- land in Memphis, Tennessee. Joining 50,000 fans from all over the world to participate in Elvis Week held each August to remem- ber the late singer touted the "King of Rock and Roll", his talent and his family. This year is the 20 t" year since the death of Elvis lead- ing into the theme "Elvis-Stll Rocking? 20'". " Many events were held every- day in and around Memphis. Var- ious entertainers played his music at Graceland. Many resembled Elvis in his early years and later years. There was an Elvis look- alike in every direction-men, women and children. As men- tioned in the photo caption above, David Jesse Moore gives one of the best presentations. He is from Molalla, OR and trav- els with his wife and two chil- dren. HIS son and daughter are part of the show. The son sings Elvis, the early years and the daughter, age 11, sings the best Patsy Cline. The C]overdale trio spent some time chatting with the family and becoming friends with them. That was part of the charm while at Graceland, everyone was very friendly and warm. There were dinners and danc- ing, lectures on Elvis given by his friends, colleagues and family members. There were auctions, collectibles, museums, books, records, videos, cassettes, pic- tures, tours, shopping, marshal arts demonstrations, documenta- ries, statue unveilings and much more. While visilingeach of the events, the trio decided to get some dis- posable cameras and take photos of all the Elvis look-a-likes, which will be on display in the next 1998 Citrus Fair. Priscilla and Lisa Marie just opened the new restaurant on Beale St. called "Elvis Presley's Memphis". The interior was dec- orated in black, red and white and featured "Peanut Butter and Ba- nana" sandwiches--one of Elvis' favorites. The restaurant is across the street from the Elvis Statue, where After five years of planning, the Elvls Group from Cloverdale visited Graceland and participated In Elvls Week wlth 50,000 other fans. Above, residents Jeri McKean (I), Cathy Farrls and Shirley Klein stand with Jesse Moore who starred In the travelling "The Heart of Elvis Show" that was featured as a trlbute to Elvls at the Graceland Wilson World Hotel. Jeri, Shirley and Cathy were inter- viewed by CNN. Of course they told the CNN reporter all about Cloverdale and Jeri's Elvis Col- lection that she entered into the Citrus Fair and won "Best of Show". Jeri also gave a big thank you to her co-workers and great custom- ers at Cloverdale Longs Pharma- cy for their interest and support regarding her "Dream Trip to Graceland" come true. She de- clared,"Cloverdale people are the best". The Candlelight Vigil fans gath- ered to pay respects to Elvis at Graceland. The Elvis Trio slipped into the line about 5:30 pm Friday evening with about 30,000 of the fans, on Elvis Presley Blvd. At 9 pm everyone in line lit their can- dles and the Elvis Presley Fan Club presented a brief opening ceremony and as part of the tradi- tion the fans joined in singing along to "I Can't Help Falling in Love", "If I Chn Dream", "Un- chained Melody", "I Did it My Way", then the grates opened to proceed up the driveway, through the Meditation Garden where the gravesites of Elvis, his parents and grandmother lie. This group walked back down the driveway at 12:30 am. The evening was very southern style, warm, with a light breeze and sweet fragrance given from the tall trees and manicured green lawn at Graceland topped by an almost full moon. As the week came to a close for the trio, the remarks by Jeri, Shir- ley and Cathy were that it was something they all had looked forward to, had a lot of fun, met many people and have an album full of "Memories". ,:..,, Guacamole, Came Asada, Tasty Hot & Mild Fresh Sale s, Comb!nations r ro ? I, .