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P T Page 8, Cloverdale Reveille, Nov. 13, 1991 i ! i:  ti !i ΈΈ This week William Russell Ledford Unit #293, American Legion Auxiliary, received their National News for September and October, and we were all shocked and pleased that beth Derrick Fonnest and Amy Schweikle&apos;s names were men- tioned in the magazine as first place Poppy Poster winners in the Western Division. This magazine goes to mem- bers all over the world where auxiliaries are located and goes into one million homes. This isa first for Unit #293, and we are so proud of both our winners and our Washington School. Did you know that 126 mem- bers of our auxiliary were given $117,000 grants to help them in the prgoram of Auxiliary Emer- gency Fund? We were told that 19,000 young women experienced the government process in ac- tion through the Girls State pro- grams. Thirteen percent of our membership represents juniors and they contributed over 224,000 hours to various auxil- iary programs this year. Did you know that under For- eign Relations a study country is chosen each year, since 19407 This year Czechoslavakia has been chosen as our study country. This program covers POW/ MIA, Radio Free Europe and the National League of Families. Under National Security these are the things that are covered, Disaster Relief, U.S. Savings Bonds, Trees for America and the U.S.O. The leadership program cov- ers three sections in one. Learn these basic steps, follow-up with more advanced steps and inno- vate and create new steps. Each year leadership seminars are given and if you pass the test you will be given an instructor's card, signed by top officials that you are qualified to teach a leader- ship seminar. Yours truly has such a card. Under Past Presidents Par- ley, which means all past presi- dents of an organization, the main objectives are to care for the disabled ex-service women; give a scholarship in the field of nursing, and also choosing the auxiliary member of the year. Under our community service program with Cathy Greppi, chairman, the following programs are urged: health, such as March of Dimes, cancer, heart, M.S., Alzheimer clinics, rest homes, etc. It also covers recreation, such as playground, pools, youth cen- ters and helping direct youth activites. Then there is safety, volunteer services to police, sheriffs, and fire departments be a neighborhood watch; beau- tification such as watching out for trash, planting trees and flowers, andhelp in public parks and U.S. Forestry; libraries, supporting Friends of the Li- brary; Community Councils, helping with other organizations programs to improve our com- munities. Next week we will tell you all about our V- Hospitals through- out California and about Cali- fornia Veterans trying to keep Martinez V.A. Hospital open. Our meeting will be tonight. Please try to attend and support our president Viola Mack and our Auxiliary programs. God bless you all! Learn to appreciate yourself and make Positive change00 in your life It's been said that if you system tea\\;'ching self-esteem/ change your thoughts, you can change your life. Sounds too simple, but actu- ally Awareness, and then Ac- tion, is all it takes to begin your journey down the road to a more positive and enjoyable life. This Saturday, November 16, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Management Connections is proud to present a half day workshop entitled "The GL°c of Self-Esteem- Making Positive Changes in Your Life". Presented by Sherri Bishop, the workshop will offer insight into how we can become aware of the things in our lives that need changing, how to practice the art of self-love, and how to creative positive changes in our lives through affirmations, visualization and humor. Sherri is a certified hypnoth- erapist who is currently work- ing in the Santa Rosa school parenting classes with district parents. She brings with her a background in group therapy, as well as past experience teaching positive thinking/ self-esteem classes, and as a support group leasder. She is a self-proclaimed "cheerleader" for the benefits of a positive lifestyle - and is enthusiastic about sharing her knowledge on how best to util- ize the extraordinary powers of the mind. The fee is $25 for one person, or $37.50 for two. Reserva- tions are required. Please contact Mary Jo Winter at Management Connections, 894-4400, to make your reser- vations, or to obtain more in- formation. The workshop will be held at the Management Connec- tions office in. the Westamer- ica Plaza, 129 N. Cloverdale Blvd., #6. "Police and Fire Master Needs" meeting 1he Steering Committee for the "Police and Fire Master Needs Assessment" of e City of Clover- and fire departments on tacility and staffing projections, and determination on the adequacy Former resident Thomas Trirnble and Jowelle Vesnaver married June 27 in Atascadero, California. Trimble and engaged to marry Thomas Trimble, Cloverdale native, and Jowelle Vesnaver of San Luis Obispo, are engaged to marry June 27 in Atascadero, California. Mr. Trimble graduated from Cloverdale High in 1984 and will graduate this December from Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo, with a BS, major in Civil Engineering. His parents are Richard Trimble of Santa Rosa and Joan Trimble of Cloverdale. Ms. Vesnaver graduated from December, also, business. Her parents and Maryanne Vesnavet Templeton, California. Sonoma Cc Transit discount Transit discount cards for! abled persons and senior zens will be issued in as follows: Tuesdays, Dec. and 17, at the Santa Hall-Room 7, 100 Santa Avenue. This will be from r m " " " " " " m " " "-- " " " " " " " " m m 1 dale will meet on Tuesday, Nov. ofprojections for police and fire Atascadero High in 1986 and to 2:30 p.m. For more IIy/j)/ Itlvites you 19at6p.m. atthe CityCouncil| Chambers,items for discussion include124 N. Cloverdale fOrofMaster Needs Assessment. departments and funding optionsfinancing future public safety will graduate from Cal Poly in, r tion call 524-5121. ............... to enjoy our Blvd., Cloverdale. improvements as per conclusions ii i{i iii::iiiii!i :! ii iiilii: i ili "iii::iii: :O ::i:il ::::i:i: I international | the following: report from police iiii:iiii: ? [i?:::'ip:::':i:: !::::iiii :::::::ii! iiii:::::::!ii :::: ::i:::::i iii:i::: 1 a 1 every 1 Does your renters policy  i i i i Thursday. Francis A. Albright o007, I I 00pay only depreciated v00us? I This week's I Find out about the Allstate /:"" ""%'.:, FrancisA. Albright died Nov. 5 in Santa Rosa at the age his " option. And recover losses at " I today's cost! : "£2I ' ].OI $ is survived by his wife Mildred Albright of Santa Gene, and Joe Albright and son Mike Albright of Windsor, I Special features Mexican Cuisine ! All you can eat for $7.95 I I I Thatcher Inn I 13401 S. Highway 101 I I Hopland Ca. (707)744-1890 I ' I I :Free dessert with this ad I iL .--..., mm mm .,. mm ,--- mm mm  - m ---, --- --- --- ---- ---- mm     Allstate" AUstit Insurn Company *Avtilsbht la mot llat. Ilmas m€ paixd 0€ p|cal w sdtttd ca an Iii00 347 flealddrg Ave. g, CA 95445 707431-8466 dale and the late Patty Albright. He is survived by his sisters Mary Stair nia, and Gladys Blake of Boston. He had thirteen Seven great grand-children and was a member of SCARE Santa Rosa Council #1234, Knights of Columbus and the County Retirement Club. Services were held Nov. 9 at Santa Rosa Memorial Park. Contributions may be made to the American Cancer 2930 McBride Lane, Santa Rosa, CA 95403 or to your charity. v e rdale Directory At the Lowest Possible Fares 105 E. FIRST STREET Instant Computerized 894-5244 Worldwide Reservations for:. Airlines@ Cruises • Hotels • Tours • Cars Discounts for Senior Travelers • Travel Video Library Free Delivery Service • Passport & ID Photos Office Hours: M-F 9-5".30, Sat 9-1 Closed Sunday & Holidays Eves by Appt. FIESTATRAVEL Radio Shack 115 Cheu;on 206 S. Cloverdale Blvd. 894-3323 - O••O•O•*OO•O•••••O••OO••• • " C:LOVAI ',. • . • a, ma • • • Appliance :>ervtce • LL@ • Heating & Air Conditioners/Soves • • • I CO HOM CIP.lClR Prehung Doors * Plumbing & Electrical Supplies, Etc. 1215 S. 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