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| Page8, Cloverdale Reveille, November 5, 1997 T By Mike Carey A few weeks ago I wrote a col- umn comparing US high schools with those of leading countries around the world, including Ger- many and Japan. It was noted that, while American high schools prepare students for college at the same rate and as well as these other countries, there is a signifi- cant gap when looking at career training and development for non- college track students. In this same column I was able to state that I am impressed with what Clover- dale is able to offer its high school students in terms of career devel- opment. One example I wanted to share, but only recently discovered, is the Health Exploratory Work Ex- perience Program. This is an im- pressive partnership between the school and community; Advanced Biology Teacher Jerry Huot con- nects students with local health care providers to not only allow them to "shadow" medical pro- I I fessionals but volunteer a mini- mum of one hour per week. Students work with one health care provider for seven weeks then do another seven week stint with a second professional. This gives students a tremendous insight into a possible future career in medi- cine and health. Of couFse, this program then depends on the generous efforts of many adults. The medical pro- fessionals involved include (list- ed alphabetically) Dr. Ed Biery (veterinarian medicine), Dr. Kevin Garvin (dentistry), Dr. Bill Hoyer (optometry), Dr. Eric Hufnagel (dentistry), Dr. John Mihalik (gen- eral practitioner), Dr. Clifford Snider (dentistry), Rita Robinson (X-ray technician), Dr. Jim Wood (dentistry) and staff at the Copper Tower Medical Center. In the News...Would you be shocked to know that these were some of the lead stories over the past few months? 14-to-19 year olds account for 43.4% of all crim- For fast local service, don&apos;t delay, call Tom Brunelle today. Countryside Plumbing offers 24 hour service Tom Brunelle has been a plumber for the over seven years and before coming to Cloverdale a year ago, worked for the second largest plumbing service in Dallas, Texas. He can do all kinds of repairs, bathroom and kitchen remodels, clear sewer line and drain stoppag- es, and install and repairnatural gas lines. He is a faucet specialist and can repair and rebuild your problem faucets. He is also adept in ceramic tile installation and repair. "I want to give my customers top quality service at. reasonable prices that they can afford," Tom said. Give Tom a call at 894-2482, pager 357-7422. u,J. inaloffenses.., a junior high school gang extorts $2500 from 120 classmates..: the increase among high school girls turning to pros- titution in the last two years is up 262%..,.over 10% of the nation's middle schools requested police support at graduation ceremonies last year. According to Professor Jim Cox of University of Laverne, these were some of last year's headlines- in Japan. In the News, Part 2...In this country we often see similar head- lines, involving acts of violence and cruelty performed by young- sters. These range from taunting of students who are 'different', sometimes leading to suicide (ap- parently, this is a significant prob- lem at this time in Japan) to ac- counts of child-to-child murder. However, a number of recent jour- nalism studies have all shown the same: Students are no more vio- lent or cruel than those of 40-50 years ago. When such tragic events do oc- cur, these stories are certainly more publicized than in former times. Maybe more startling was an account last week from Santa Clara County about the number of murders committed by one spouse on the other-and that in almost half these cases at least one child witnessed the murder of his/ her parent by the other. While considering all of this gloomy news, I stll have the op- portunity daily to see youngsters doing kind deeds for their class- mates and adults. I have to con- stantly remind myself that I just need to walk the school grounds or visit a classroom in Cloverdale to be so 14plifted. Even at the youngest ages, atlefferson School, a number of students have al- ready been recognized as "World Class" Helpers. These boys and girls may be too young to really understand good citizenship, but they are being recognized for their kindness and caring. These are also the traits that will make them valuable members of the commu- nity some day. Family History Class starts in Cqoverdale If you have ever tho'ught of doc- umenting your family history you are in luck! Cloverdale Senior MulE-Purpose Center has a class starting in November to teach you how to research your family his- tory. Most people have a yearning to find out about their family his- tory, but don't know where to start. In this class you will learn how to get started and where to look. We are lucky that we have a Fam- ily History Center right here in Cloverdale so that a lot of re- search can be done in the commu- nity. The class is taught by Windsors residents Christopher Edy and runs for six weeks. The fee for the six weeks is $20. You do not have to be a senior citizen to take this class. The classes will be on six con- secutive Wednesdays, starting on November 5th. Classes are from 10-12. Call the senior center at 894-4826 to sign up for the class. Monday, October 27 Medical aid reported at Clover- crest Dr. Male patient with chest pairc Transported by ambulance to Kaiser. Vegetation fire reported at Old Preston Bridge. A small spot burned. Natural gas main break report- ed at Barcelona Way. Assisted PG&E. Medical aid reported at McCray Road Male patient injured with an eye by a BB gun-no transport. Tuesday, October 28 Public assist reported at park- ing lot of Ray's Market. Wednesday, October 29 Public assist requested at Broad Street. Thursday, October 30 Medical aid reported at Elm Street. Cut wrist, no transport. Friday, October 31 Illegal burn reported at Asti Road summer crossing-juveniles having a party. No damage. / Cindy Bowerman and Marcus Ray were married recently in ceremony with family and friends. Bowerman and Ray marry Cindy Bowerman and Marcus Ray were united in marriag a ceremony held at Calvary Chapel, Santa Barbara, on Sept. 1! was attended by her maid of honor, Melinda Young and bridd Tiffany McAdams, Angelina (Romain) Tharp, Christie O Erica Beam, and Elaine Illoso. Megan Herring, Cindy's cow the flower girl. Groomsmen were Matt Garmen, best man, at Belding, Jeff Claus, Josh Harrower, Blakeley Hume and Jare bone. Marina and Macy Ray, Marcus' sisters, were the candle ligh Marina also sang "Go There With You" during ,the ceremon! was provided by Ryan and Ric Herring, Cindy s cousin and Following the ceremony, a reception was held at the l Hotel. Approximately 200 family and friends gathered to c with Cindy and Marcus. Among those attending were parents, Roy and Carrol Bowerman, Cloverdale, brother Jim man, La Habra, grandparents Lester and Evelyn Herring, Ck and Mary Bowerman, Oklahoma. Also present were Marcus' Bob and April Ray, Turlock, sisters Marina Ray, Santa Barb Macy Ray, Turlock, grandparents Bob and Myrtle Ray, Arka Carol Green, Gusline. The couple honeymooned in Washington, Vancouver and 1 British Columbia. They are currently residing in Santa Barbaf they are students at the University of California. 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