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-u00nteers to November 19, 1997, Cloverdale Reveille, Page 7 |trained 00tour guides ta .'you looking for a rewarding c g leer experience? Are you he ated by fish? Are you an .  or that would like to learn at] ibout the Dry Creek spawn- n .s to teach your class? (/nCipate in the tour guide g class for the Warm rt/Don Clausen Fish Hatch- ingLake Sonoma. ee class is scheduled for Dec. m 10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at the Sonoma Visitor Center. !training focuses on fish bi- and the operation of the try. Volunteers will receive ate tour of the hatchery and ipate in some "fishy" experi- lin the course of the session Crested individuals can en- h the session by contacting !Ranger Barbara Cooper at 3, Ext. 3040. tflified participants may then tlteer to begin conducting ifor school and civic groups aary. 00ank Home site )pen House 00.00mber 6th & 7th - 13t off the holiday season with h. in time to the Victorian ,armpit the historic Luther Bur- e qtiome & Gardens for the 18th n I klHoliday Open House, Dec. :er ifrom 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. litional turn-of-the-century u ations will beautify the an- ti furnishings of the Burbank r . Home-baked holiday cook- e be served along with spiced t the Greenhouse. a.. ission is free. for more in- I i ktion call 524-5445. guitanst Barry ,, to play with IC Jazz Combo t national acclaimed jazz e ist Barry Finnerty will per- vith Santa Rosa Junior Col_ .azz Combo MondaY, Dec. concert begins at 8 p.m. in Auditorium, Emeritus ;/:!.. SRJC's Santa Rosa cam- -:idmission is free. The pro- = iWill include jazz standards " s Davis, Horace Silver and |. 'znore information call SR- usic Department, 527-4249. 1997 Chr/stmas Baskets Work Schedule December 10-14, approximately Move everything donated to the Citrus Fair. We need several strong, reliable persons to work a little every day, sorting all the toys and clothes. Monday and Tuesday, December 15 and 16 Two days to move all the toys and clothes to the big exhibit hall at the fairgrounds. Move heavy boxes; set everything out on tables. We will need several strong people for this. Wednesday, December 17 We open to clients from 9 am to 5 pm Clients select toys and clothes for their families. We need someone there by 8 am to hand outnumbers to people in line. We also need door police to keep order; baby-sitters to keep small children out of trouble and two or three list checkers. We need monitors and tidy-uppers and at least two Spanish-speakers. During the last hour, we will start to clean up. Thursday, December 18 There will be no customers, but lots of work, starting at 9 am and ending when we are through. We will put away leftovers from Wednes- day. Food for 250 boxes will be delivered, in bulk at 9 am, as well as all of the food collected by schools and other groups. We will make up all of the boxes and bags of extras, and will need teamwork, muscles, and people to help organize and do paperwork. Friday, December 19 We will be open from 10 am to 6 pm People will come in to pick up their food. Some will need delivery or a ride home. We will need at least two Spanish speakers at all times, including list checkers, runners to get boxes, drivers and people to help clean-up. Saturday, December 20 We will finish cleaning up. Any leftovers will be given to the Food Pantry. After all of that, everyone has their annual nervous break- down. ooo Morning and afternoon shifts are all subject to adjustment. To volunteer, . for information or to make donations, please call 894-2864; 894-5408; 894- 3562 and 894-2785 (Spanish & English). We still hope that the Lord and the people of Cloverdale will provide the money we need for our 250+ baskets. Also, a donation of extra food, blankets, warm clothes and toys (in good condition). Besides the Fire Department, donations may be dropped off at the Cloverdale Trading Post, 115 East Second Street (formerly the Napa Auto Parts). Financial donations may be sent to PO Box 374, Cloverdale. Also, last Christmas a wonderful gentleman brought us a lot of cardboard boxes from a winery. We need about 250 of them, also a lot of large paper bags. We old ladies have forgotten the gentlemen's name. Darn this old age! Who were you, sir? We would love to contact you! Pathfinders collect food for needy families Once again the "Pathfinders" have collected food for needy families. All local churches participated in this ongoing project and the Seventh Day Adventists are using this service to teach their young people at an early age how to help their fellow man. The "Pathfinders" is a small world wide organization set up very much as is the Boys and Girls Scouts only they add the dimension of dedication to God and Christianity. The group holds weekly meetings and takes excursions such as cave exploring in the lava beds and rock climbing in Yosemite. They provide programs for the residents of Manzanita Manor, work clear- ing and planting trees in Mendocino and Lake Counties along with clearing trails around Lake Sonoma. The Cloverdale club consists of 16 members ages 10-15. Their leaders are Director Dave Wright, Deputy Director Diane Wright, Council Assistant, Rich Schonert and Beth Garibaldi, Dave Lawhorn and Sue Lish. Parents also giving of their time are Paul Arnpriester, Janelle Griswold, Wendy and Jay Cramer. t The Cloverdale Watch and Clock Shoppe at 129 N. Cloverdale Blvd. held a ribbon cutting ceremony recently. Attending the event were Cloverdale officials and Chamber representatives, including in front from !eft, Richard Pellegrini, Joan Trimble, Linda Brown, and Sharon Yepiz; owners, Marian and Andre Thibault and their sons, Dominic and and Danny; Andrew Jopson and Tim Jopson; In back are Linda Michalek, Carol Chase, Nancy Jehn, Doug Newton, John Yepiz, Tim Ward, Frank Rose, Will Jopson, Steve Brown, Bob Jehn, and Carl Elze. Free seminar Dec. 4 at local senior center A free seminar about living trusts will take place Thursday, Dec. 4 at 10 a.m. at the Cloverdale Senior Center, Grange Hall, 210 Commercial St. The event is a fund raiser for the Senior Center. For further information and res- ervations call Adene at 1-800-223- 8787. State parks store catalogue available The new 1998 California State Parks Store catalog is now avail- able. To receive a copy, call 1-800- 777-0369. All purchases directly support California State Parks charged with preserving and pro- tecting the state's natural and cul- tural wonders. " There i probably but one answer to the que$tion, "What do we get out of life?" And that is. we get out of life exactly what we put into it, but we gel that back in great abun- dance. William Ross Weekly specials at Cloverdale Flower Shoppe "We want only the best in qual- ity and service for our customers- -anything less is not our style," Janice Ash said of her business, the Cloverdale Flower Shoppe. Janice has been in the flower in- dustry for 13 years, and is an ex- perienced professional specializing not just in wedding and funeral displays, but also wall wreaths and table centerpieces that are gorgeous. They have a delivery service, a national and world wide FTD wire service, a wide variety of fresh- cut flowers, healthy house plants, helium filled balloons, gift items and more. The gift baskets are each a guaranteed pleaser. The service and assistance is always professional and friendly .... "We also offer an exclusive line of quality decorations and favors for all of your special occasions. They are great for reunions, wed- dings, parties, or table settings," she said. Not only does the Cloverdale Flower Shoppe feature products of exceptional quality, but offers Janice Ash weekly specials on them for great deals. The Cloverdale Flower Shoppe is located on N. Cloverdale Blvd. Their phone number is 894-2844. The 1-800-930-ROSE phone num- ber is a free convenience for rela- tives and friends far away, to call in an order for you. . RETAIL ES "MNtelstadt. LynnDougan .RandyMittelstadt  QrES.COTJ..CTZBS . 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First Street 894-5244 Cloverdale Fresh Flowers Plants * Gifts Wire Sen'ice Specializing in Weddings and Funerals Rower Shoppe ,  Professional \\;q../ florist Let us help you express your feelings wth beautiful flowers 204 N. Cloverdale Blvd. 894-2844