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HPR signs contract Washington School Page 6, Cloverdale Reveille, November 12, 1997 (Back row, from left) Linda Chapman, Paul Arnpriester, John Duey, Megan Lish, Crystal Lloyd, Dior Arnpriester, Lyndel Chapman, Jered Karr, David Schonert, Andrew Renslow, Kourtney Poston, Jule Machen, Tammy Wright, Erica Hufnagel, Emily Griswold, Rick Schonert, Dave Wright, Ryan Renslow, Beth Garibaldi. (Middle row) Valerie Yingling, Natasha Arnprieeter; (sitting) Karrie Cramer, Wendy Cramer, Mandy Lloyd, Teddy Griswold; (not picured) Diane Wright, Jim &amp; Kelley Renslow, Sue Lish and Judy McKay. Pathfinders collect 3,117 donated food items The Cloverdale Sonseekers Pathfinder Club from the Seventh- Day Adventist Church was out in full force again this year serving their community and helping out the local food pantry. Qn Friday, October 31, the youth groupkicked off their annual food drive by'passing out shopping bags to most af the homes in town A note was attached asking for donations for the local food pan- try. Then on Saturday, November 1, they were back out collecting the bags and their contents. When all was said and done, donated food items totaled 3t17. The group apologizes to those who felt they didn't have enough notice. Because of their school sched- day. They would like to remind everyone that this project will happen again next year, right around the same time and they will plan to do some pre-distribu- tion advertising. The Sonseekers would like to thank the community for it's out- pouring of charity and generosity ule, the kids aren't able to pass out for those in need. the bags until Friday afternoon Each year gets better and bet- and pick up needs to be the next ter! Sonoma County Repertory brings back ancient play Sonoma County Repertory The- atre of Santa Rosa brings one of the oldest and funniest plays back to life With a new stage adapta- tion by Squire Fridell and 'vid Buttaro, this classic comedy fol- lows Euelpides and Pisthetaerus in their search for a simpler way of life. Opening with a Champagne Gala on November 13, The Birds! will be presented through Dec. 13. Showtimes are Thursday,Sat- urday at 8 pm, Sunday, Nov. 23 at 2 pm and Sundays Nov. 30 and Dec.-7 at 7 pm. For information and reserva- tions call (707)544-7278. The way to wealth, if you desire it, is as plain as the way to market. It depends chiefly on two words; in- dustry and frugality. That is, waste neither time nor money, but make the best of both. Wealth is only his who enjoys it. Benjamin Franklin The Future Homemakers of America-Home Economics Related Occupations (FHA-HERO) Chapter of Cloverdale High School is currently expanding Its communlty outreach activities. One of the six major program components of FHA-HERO is community ser- vice. Members across California are being encouraged to seek out opportunities to provide service to others. In Cloverdale members are volunteering to help local businesses with any beneficial task. For example, a FHA.HERO group recently helped with filing at the Reveille office. A group of students is willing to come into your business to help you - take advantage of this great offer. For information on the program call 894-1914. Plctured is Jennifer Wllson sweeping outslde ofthe Management Connections building. This is one of the many efforts in which the Cloverdale Chapter FHA- HERO is providing community service to the local businesses. , -i , i i IITI7 HOME LOANS For buying or refinancing your home. Competitive Rates! Great Service! 435 N. Cloverdale Blvd. 894-4323 - I I I i Bill Andrew )uality Service & Lower Costs f I I | I "Over 60 homes available. Call 894-5737 for free list." Jeff Weiss Realty Mlchelle Lile-Trumble Associate R E A LTOI Ilstingllnk.comJcloverdale Robert S. JoJola, Jr. Jojola completes Air Force Basic Training Airman Basic Robert S. Jojola, Jr., of Cloverdale, graduated Oct. 24, 1997 from the United States Air Force Basic Military Training School at Lack'and Air Force Base, Texas. He is now continuing his education in Aberdeen, Maryland as an alloy technician. IIIII ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW MMCH POINT LIVING TRUSTS, WILLS, POWER OF ATTORNEY DIVORCE, CUSTODY AND CHILD SUPPORT BUSINESS AND REAL ESTATE "PERSONAL INJURY & ACCIDENT LITIGATION Medical Group, Inc. Health Plan of the Redwoods has signed a contract with Healds- burg Medical Group, Inc., the eighth Sonoma County medical group that has agreed to provide care to HPR members. Healdsburg Medical Group has not affiliated with a particular hospital, although HPR expects that its physicians will continue to admit most patients to Healds- burg General Hospital. The contract places responsibil- ity for medical decisions and costs in the hands of the physicians. Effective November 1, 1997, HPR will pay Healdsburg Medical Group a fixed amount per mem- ber per month for medical servic- es. Using those funds, the group will pay physicians for providing medical services to HPR mem- bers. Although many functions, such as authorizing and directing care, are being delegated to the medi- <al groups, HPR retains responsi- bility for monitoring the quality of care and service provided to members to that its standards con- tinue to be met. Health Plan of the Redwoods is a nonprofit health maintenance organization providing health care benefits to 95,000 North Coast residents in Sonoma, Marin, Lake and Mendocino counties. Found- ed in 1980, the health plan con- tracts with more than 1,500 businesses, public entities, school districts and union benefit trusts. HPR offers group health, occupa- tional health, individual/family and senior health plans. with Healdsburg Students of the Week t Washington School Students of the Week are selected their homeroom teachers for their citizenship and effort. Family History Class beginning this month If you have ever thought of doc- umenting your family history you are in luck! Cloverdale Senior Multipurpose Center has a class starring 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 Family 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 Windsor resident 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 pm. Edy will still be accept- ing new students at the second class. Call the senior center at 894- 4826 to sign up for the class. Support group for Care-Givers starting at Senior Center Cloverdale Senior Multi-Pur- pose Center is starting a Care- Giver's support group. This support group is for anyone who is taking care of an ill or "elderly spouse, parent, etc. There are many frustrations when you are giving long term care to someone. No matter how much you may love the person, there are times when you feel that you can't take anymore. The pur- pose of this support group is to give you a place where you can talR about your frustrations and "get support from others in the same situation. The group will be facilitated by a trained Peer Counselor from right here in Cloverdale. Meet- ings will be the first ar/d third Fridays of the month, from 10-11 am. Meetings will take place at the senior center, 201 Commer- cial Street. The next meeting is on Friday, Nov. 14. Call the senior center and ask for Holly if you have any questions or want to come to the meeting. This support group is for all ages. J When puffing out a campfire, drown the fire, stir it, and drown it again. Students of the Week for October 29, for the 4th-6th are, front row, from left, Veronica Negrete, Jeff Conner. ond row, Naul Barragan, Cody Marshall, Joshua Wisdom Iverson, Kevin Sauder. Third row, Ruth Pillay, Gloysi lez. Back row, Steven Greppi, Amy Edmondo, Amy Students of the Week for October 29, for the 7th-Sth grades 1 as follows: front row, from left, Juana Montoya; Erica DiJ second row, Thereasa Ditslear, Shelly Anderson, Steven Shl Carl Howle, Rance Rege; top row, Jenna Prieskorn. Not I  tured, Megan Anderson. Distinguished citizens of Healdsburg honored Two of Healdsburg's most dis- tinguished citizens: Milt Brandt and Art McCaffrey, will be hon- ored for a lifetime of community service ata gala dinner Friday Nov. 21 at the Villa Chanticleer spon- sored by the Healdsburg Kiwanis Club. Last year's recognition din- ner honored attorney Francis Pas- salacqua and educator Earl Os- born. Brandt a Healdsburg business- man who overcame the ravages of polio to lead a three decade long battle for lake Sonoma and Mc- Caffrey longtime HPealdsburg High School principal is "Mr. Healdsburg Sports" to many. Both contributed, over their lifetimes, to dozens of community causes. Brandt and McCaffrey are Healdsburg pioneers who gradu- ated from healdsburg High School and are longtime supporters of public education. Brandt was rec- ognized in.1962 with a life mem- bership in the California Confer- ence of parents and Teachers. McCaffrey received numerous honors from fellow educators for his service as a teacher, coach, and school administrator. Sports en- thusiasts recall McCaffrey as a star football and baseball player at Healdsburg High School who went on to be the star quarterback at USF earning him an "Honorable Mention All American." McCaffrey is father of the Red- wood Empire Basketball tional Tournament "REBIT has played a leading role for 50 years. Brandt also was active in I burg sports and music. He l! in the high school and mu0 band, SRJC marching band the junior college sympho chestra. Brandt played at thet opening of the Golden Gate l Both McCaffrey and l worked, in many ways, to the City's youth. Brandt 1 I, I, 1 the Center Committee McCaffrey, for 29 years, member of the "Healdsburg I ing Committee" which oV Recreation Park and was decessor of the City's Pari Recreation Commission. played a key role in the est ment of the Healdsburg Bo Girl's Club. Brandt is probably best i for his chairmanship of zen's for Community Il ment and their 30-year ba make Lake Sonoma a reali Those desiring tickets Brandt/McCaffrey Dinner  contact dinner ticket ch Fred Haley at 433-3674. are $30 per person, proceea efit Kiwanis Youth Service 1 including the Boy Scouts, tt burg Boy's and Girl's Clal Healdsburg High SchoO Club. 115 West First Street Cloverdale, California (707)894-3800 Local Toastmaster Area Governor, Claire Caudill is shown ulating first place winner, Kevin Juza from the in the Humorous Speech contest recently hosted at Cloverdale.