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Page 6 - Wednesday, November 5, 1980 00uth Washington School Reports By C. L. PAUl,SON The magic of music doesn't happen overnight as members of the Washington School Band can testify. Under the expert tutelage of Miss Peck, the 21 band members are working on several selections in pre- paration for upcoming per- formances. In addition to these band members, Miss Peck is also instructing 52 iddividual beginning instrumentalists. The in- strumental students have lessons once a week and many are coming in at 7:30 several mornings a week for extra help. Miss Peck feels that this extra time is very beneficial to students' musical development. She is grateful to parents who along with some other holiday music at the Christmas Faire. Miss Peck is really en- joying working with her students and is applying many of the techniques she learned during her studies in Europe. Though she enjoyed the time away, Miss Peck's first love is instructing her music students. SITE COUNCIL The next meeting of Ihe Washington School SIT Council will be Wednesday, November 12, at 7 p.m. in the Washington School library. All interested community members are I encouraged to attend. GOOD CITIZENS The citizens of the week for lasl week were Michelle Basili, Leo Delgado, and Elodin Morfin from Room 8. These students from Mr. Miller's room were chosen every day last week as being the best behaved in the cafeteria. Their room also won the class award for lhe week. have provided students with the ability to come early :::::::::::::::::::::U School Menu Thursday, Nov. 13 Pizza Tossed Salad Sliced Peaches /2 Pint Milk Friday, Nov. 14 Burritos Cheese Sticks Cole Slaw Fruit Cup French Bread ! Pint Milk and receive help. In its daily rehearsals, the band is concentrating on improving tone, intonation, rhythm, balalnce, and breath support (breathing properly). The band is concentrating on several pieces to be performed at the Christmas Faire on Thursday, December 11. They are planning to play two Christmas carols; "He is Born," arranged by Jerry Nowak and a French carol, "Pat-A-Pan," arranged by John O'Reilly. Band members have also been enjoying "Furious Fable" which they hope to present Monday, Nov. 10 HOLIDAY Tuesday, Nov. 1 l HOLIDAY Wednesday, Nov. 12 Corn Dogs Cheese Stick Spinach Apple Pan Bread Pint Milk i :. i: A. Mr. Leef's sixth graders pose with their partially com- pleted masks. After the masks were dry, students painted and decorated them. Photo by Fred Campbell. B. Mr. Leef helps students with the maskmaking that the sixth graders did last week. photo by Fred Campbell. High school Sit, yell and eat at Sonoma State University football invites high school students faculty and from the surrounding game. counties to be the guests of Following the University at the picnic will Saturday, November 8, campus football game with Azusa will have the Pacific, and then enjoy a talk with free picnic following the game. with the Students are requested to by attend the game in groups football and should contact their In its high school principal, the Sonoma counselor or athletic coach team has to arrange travel to the of five wins game to be held at the SSU and is the "campus in Rohnert Park. Azusa Pacific, Kick-off time is 1:30 p.m. located near "Through the generosity of head coach Milt Cerf, this For high school appreciation the game, day will enable many high Tansy, SSU school students to visit Admission and the university for the fhst 707-664-2326, lime," said SSU President Gale, SSU Peter Diamandopoulos. Chairman "We want them to enjoy the Education, Name the Theme and win a fish A prize of a fish for naming the theme of a fishing village's annual Spring Festival - not a bad catch ! In announcing the "Name the Theme" contest, Hugh Fritz, general chairman for the 1981 Fisherman's Festival on named NedrJ chairwoman d Selection a special Chamber of The winner's Continued ' We are pleased to announce that GAlL PLASS ,has joined Cynthia & Geneva Scalese at the Casual Touch 211 N Main Street Gall brings with her 10 years of ex Men's & Women's Haircuffing & today for an appointment. 894-2671 D Pictured is the Washington School Band under the expert direction of Miss Joanne Peck. in the front row from left to right nna Robinson, Roger Ahders, Karen Lyle, Lynette Beam, Karen Anderson, Sherri Brassel, Deana Josie Mendz, Kata Zagorites, Kerri Barnes, Kathleen Hare. Tine Baumgardner, Shelly Kirn, Marianne Ogle, Lisa Jacobs: Scott Williams, Lauri Rilea, Carrie Kunde, and Miss Joanne Peck. Absent was Lori Manion. Photo by Fred Campbell. ffPi/00'ng Zagorites, Monte Mackey, Betsy Gearhart. Standing are Asti Oak h x! o """""' Yout Hotline Me can inner DINNER SPECIAL /I oom .m 00arb,o. n Marie.o00g.. A mouth-watering Mexican menu is planned for the dinner benefiting North Sonoma County's Youth Hotline on Friday, November 14, at 6 p.m. in the Veterans Memorial Building, Cloverdale. Enchiladas pollos, chile relleno en cacerola and frijoles refritos head the menu, accompanied by ensalada verde, tortilla chips and salsa, verde with dessert of frutas and biz- cochos. Cervesa orvino will be available for adults and lecture for children. As seating is limited, tickets are available by pre-sale only. Contributions of $5 for adults and $2 for children are expected.- The women of Good, Shepherd Episcopal Church who comprise the planning ' committee for the Mexican Dinner are Alice Cordtz, Dorothy Ayer, Dorothy Callwell, Vera Galindo, Marian Jones, Bea ,Moore, Elberta Mouat, Dini Seanor, and Eleanor Phillips. Reflecting the ecumenical ii iiii Bridge Winners The Cloverdale Bridge Club had the following winners at their regular Thursday night meeting held on October 30: 1st - M. Weaver & Bette Murphy 2nd - Jack Myers & Gev. Hunter 3rd - Bill Forrester & K. Banter 4th - R. Pellegrini & B. J. Vadon. H the ungry Hutch SANDWICH SHOP and DELl Delicious munity service. Every dollar donated to YCS is not only tax deductible, but is matched by the United Thank Offering grant which supplies the basic funding Healdsburg, 433-5832; Claire Lampson, Geyser- ville, 433-5057; and in Cloverdale from Dana Evans, Vera and Larry, Galindo and Eleanor Phillips. is the official hostess of the event and also ticket chair. Guests at the Mexican Dinner will not only partake of a delicious mean but will make a double contribution THIS WEEK'S WINNERS Dinner for 2 - Mike Brigham Case of Beer - Gene Newhardt Case of Soda - Bob Trowbridge Take Asti Exit off 101, Right at Stop Sign, Right Again on Asti Store Rd. and services for the Youth Remember, if you have a Prime The Lockhorn problem or want to talk, you 6261,can' callorthe Hotline,894.2727.433- [I Mexican Dinner I I Sat, DINING ROOM Anonymity is guaranteed. nature of Youth Con- [[ F RI. NOV.-]4, 6 P.M.  [ & Sun. 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