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October 29, 1997, Cloverdale Reveille, Page 3 HOME LOANS buying or refinancing your home. Competitive Rates! Great Service! N. Cloverdale Blvd. 894-4323 .- Bill Andrew Mills announce birth of baby boy Lisa and John Mills are proud to announce the birth of their baby boy, Jacob Ray Mills, born Oct. 7 at 4:27 am. Jacob weighed seven pounds, one and one half ounces. Wealth is of all things the most esteemed by men and has the great- est power of all things in the world. Euripides Paula Wren from Paulin creek Santa Rosa Toastmasters is seen receiving her first place plaque in the Humorous Speech contest from local Area Governor, Claire Caudill. @ Saturday, NOV. 1 , 11 am to 4 pm e4, The Cat in the Hat! It's Kids' Cake The famous Dr. Seuss Oecoratina character is here to amuse all the kids!! - Let them create their own masterpiece! It's Great Fun To Watch Help Support Local Youth We're opening our patio to help local clubs raise funds for their Skip lunch and have it at Ray's! It's that easy! See you there!  ! i !i; Caltrans starts work on slide Caltrans has announced that repair work on a slide above High- way 101 near the Sonoma/Men- docino County line will began ' Saturday morning, Oct 25 and will continue through the end of No- vember. As a result, one lane of a 1.2 section of southbound Highway 101 a t the county line will be closed to traffic, leaving one lane open at all time. No on/off ramps will be closed and no detours will be in effect. Northbound traffic will not be affected. The lane closure is for shoring of a hillside above the southbound lanes of Highway 101. Caltrans crews will remove 180,000 cubic yards of dirt, repair slope benches and improve drainage. Construction will be done sev- en days a week, 24 hours a day for .approximately one month ata cost estimated at $2.5 million. Radical Youth hosts free 'after Halloween freakshow' Nov. 1 Parkside Christian Chapel's "Radical Youth" challenged their youth pastor, RC Carrillo, to bleach his hair blonde during a youth service if 30 or more teens were present. With 8-10 youth regulars, Pastor RC took the chal- lenge. Four weeks later on Oct. 15, well over 30 were in attendance for the Wednesday evening, "Rad- ical Youth" service. Pastor RC is now a "bleach blonde!" Radical Youth meet weekly, every Wednesday, 7 pm at Park- side Chapel, 553 West 2nd (across from city park). All 7-12 graders are invited. November, 1, from 7 to 10 pm, Radical Youth is hosting a free after Halloween freak show, fea- turing local band "Vindicated", games, prizes, snack bar and fun. All teens are invited. For more info call 894-4504. CHS librarian wins award for web page The Healdsburg Animal Shel- ter's Web page has earned nation- al recognition\\; and a 5-Star Award rating from Shelter.Net.News. The award is based on the site's portrayal of responsible pet ownership, con- tent, ease of access, graphics and educational material. The site was designed by Dana Evans, Cloverdale High School Librarian. Evans continues to do- nate her services to keep the site up-to-date and to answer the growing amount of E-mail the page has generated since going on line in August. "Our computer isn't capable of giving us Internet access or E- mail," said shelter director Nan- cee Tavares. "Added to that, we definitely don't have Dana's skills at designing a Web site. The best part is that we have already adopt- ed several dogs to people who saw them on the Web. In fact, we placed a 12 year old deaf Golden Retriever with a woman in south- ern California." The Healdsburg Shelter's Web site is http.//www.sonic.net/ dana/shelter. Shelter.Net. News is the first on-line magazine for pro- fessional animal control, shelter and rescue personnel. CHS announces new student store Cloverdale High School has a new student store where you can .buy shirts, sweat shirts and hood- ed sweats with Eagle Pride on the front and an Eagle on the back. The store also offers jackets sweat suits, hats and beanies. Ca11"895-1900 ExL 31. Ask for Johnny.