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Page 10, Cloverdale Reveille, November 19, 1997 Toastmasters starts membership drive Cloverdale Toastmasters is look- ing for new members during its membership drive. Visitors and guests are always welcome to join the weekly meetings on Fridays at 7 am at the new location at the Chamber of Commerce Building on the northwest corner of Clo- verdale Boulevard and First Street. Coffee and refreshments provid- ed. As a member of Toastmasters, you join an international program and have the opportunity to learn and practice public speaking tech- niques, sharpen your listening and evaluation skills, learn parliamen- tary procedure, develop leader- ship skills, and gain personal confidence and experience that can relate directly to your career needs. You will meet local business leaders and city representatives that bring a wide variety of inter- ests and backgrounds to Clover- date Toastmasters. "Join now and help us establish a youth leader- ship program or participate in designing our Citrus Fair garden entry," a spokesperson stated. Official honored by Cloverdale Grove Tuesday, Oct. 28 Cloverdale Grove No. 203 received Noble Grand Arch Rupert Lorenzo of Concord for the official visit. Prior to the meeting a delicious dinner was served by Chef Louis Victoria. Helping him were mem- bers from Cloverdale Circle No. 81: Darliene DelSarto, Dorothy Montoya, Rose Lyle, Joyce Victo- ria, Kris Caturegli and Mary Lou- ise DeGeorge. A number of Grand officers at- tended the dinner and meeling with the Noble Grand Arch Ru- pert Lorenzo. Cloverdale Grove also wel- comed three new members: Bill Conklin, Timothy Ward and John Yepiz. Tuesday, Nov. 2 joint memorial services were held with Clover- dale Circle No. 81 to honor the memory of departed brothers and sisters Dante Braccialini, Naureen Wiget, A.J. Giovannetti, and Tere- sa Ioli. Wemer Schwan elected chair of Cloverdale's EDC Werner Schwan, local business- man, will replace Vice-Mayor Rob- ert Jehn as chair of the Cloverdale Economic Development Commis- sion. Kay Kneisler, who represents the Chamber of Commerce, will also . serve as vice-chair and as head of the Business Retention Committee: Jehn's replacement as a repre- sentative from the City will be appointed by the City Council. Applications are available at the Planning Department, City Hall Annex, 126 N. Cloverdale Blvd. or the Chamber office, 105 N. Clo- verdale Blvd., for the public-at- large seat. Deadline for filing an application for this position is Dec. 1. Pajama Storytime at Cloverdale Library A Pajama Storytime for 2-5 year olds will be held at the Cloverdale Library from 7 to 7:45 pm, Wednes- day, November 19 in celebration of Children's Book Week. There will be stories, songs and a film, "Frog Goes to Dinner", and a craft for all to enjoy. Please call the li- brary at 894-5271 if you have any questions. Upstairs Gallery to feature watercolor and pottery artists Upstairs Art Gallery, 306 Cen- ter St., Healdsburg, announces Pet- aluma artists Joy Amen and Yero will be featured in the window Dec. 7 through Dec. 28. Joy is known for her watercolors of flowers and local landscapes. Yero's work in pottery ranges from low-key functional table piec- es in earthy colors, to colorful whimsical decorative work such as fanciful fish, penquins and doves. The gallery is open daily from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Friday and Saturday nights from 6 to 9 p.m. A man learn only to things: one is reading and the other i associa- tion with smarter people. Will Ro- rs l f i ',,,. 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