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November 26, 1997, Cloverdale Reveille, Page 7 LUNCH & MENU DEEM=R 1 Spaghetti 51ghetti Meat Sandwich Donut ICEMBER 2 Corn Dog Corn Dog yo0ort real DECEMBER 3 Beinie Weinies Beinie Weinies Oven Fried Chickn. Biscuit/Jelly DECEMBER 4 Pizza Pizza Egg Sandwich Cereal DECEMBER 5 Croissant 5ndwch. Croissant 5ndwch. Yogurt Breakfast Bread living trust to be held December 4th Living Trusts !held at the Cloverdale Se- Dec.4atl0 is invited to at- to be held at Clo- Senior Center, Grange Commercial St. in the room. , one of California's largest of living trusts, will be the seminar. Topics to are probate, conser- and taxes. have an estate that ex- gross value, your will have to go court when you if you currently have a should still attend. 1-800-8787. Local photographer Les Herring thought readers would be Inter- ested in these "then and now" photos ofthe Golden Gate Brldge. In February, 1945, only one car was photographed by Les as he traveled into San Francisco. The "now" picture was taken in Oct. of 1997. l WEATHER t NOV. 18 Hi: 49 Lo: 47 NOV. 19 Hi: 54 Lo:47 h NOV. 20 Hi: 55 Lo: 41 r NOV. 21 Hi: 58 Lo:45 NOV. 22 Hi: 55 Lo:50 NOV. 23 Hi: 63 Lo: 51 NOV. 24 Hi: 64 Lo:48 RAINFALL TO DATE 9.14 TO DATE LAST YR 6.97 fiday Crafts Fair December 6 & 7 10 am to 4 pm Cloverdale Fairgrounds Free Admission 894-3992 On June 13, 1997, Breyko Trevi- zo received her diploma from Jef- ferson School. Breyko, a student 'of Mr. Harwood, was promoted a from Kindergarten to the First Grade at the age of five. Herj grandmothers Emiteria and Car-' mencita, and her two brothers are very proud. Her parents congrat- ulate their only daughter, and wist Nov. 25 first grade classes pre- pared a traditional thanksgiving dinner menu. Teachers would like to thank the many parents who helped with the feast. Students in Room 10 are partici- pating in an International Bread Day Celebration Nov. 25. The par- ents are donating various breads from around the world for stu- dents to taste test. Mrs. Toboni's and Mrs. Lawson's students have been bringing foods from around the world. Students have charted all the food and where it came from on their bulletin board of the world. These activities tie in with their curriculum unit "People Who We Depend On" on their study of nutrition. Wednesday Mark Kinsey gave a talk on the sport of skydiving be- fore Mr. Gregg's third grade class. He brought in two jumpsuits and a real parachutes, all packed prop- erly. He showed how the para- chute opens and explained how the emergency chute works. Third grade students in Mr. Travinsky's room 28 have written letters to their pen pals in Stenlose, Denmark. Photos of the class, the school and Cloverdale were sent along with a map. The pen pals were found through a magazine from Denmark brought to class by a parent. Principal's Travels Last week Mrs. Plumley attend- ed an Even Start training in Los Angeles. Jefferson has received a grant for over $90,000 to set up this program which is a State and Fed- was "World Hello Day." At the World Wide Assembly last Fri- day, second and third grade stu- dents said "hello" in their class country language. ThenextWorld Wide Assembly for Kindergarten and first grade students will take place Dec. 5. Giving Thanks the World Over Thanksgiving is a wonderfully American Holiday in which we can all take pride. It is also de- lightful to note that cultures around the world celebrate the harvest in similar fashions. Wednesday, Nov. 26, students journeyed through harvest festi- vals throughout the world in a special assembly presented by "Imagination Central" sponsored by the CARE Foundation. It's a Small World Students in Miss Bellone's Kin- dergarten class are learning an Indian Stick Dance to present to parents later this year. Mrs. Pil- lay's classroom assistant has been teaching students about India be- cause that is her native country. Students in Mr. Harwood's Kin- dergarten class are learning to say "hello" or "guten" in their native classroom language of Switzer- land. They are studying where Switzerland is in the world. First grade classes are begin- ning their fall "woodland animals" unit. They study the skunk, por- cupine, opossum, beaver, and rac- coon. Real skunk and raccoon specimens will be shared among the classrooms. Adult Basi Education, Parenting and Parent and Child together ac- tivities. The program will offer adult education, parenting support groups, parents as teachers, events for the whole family, English as a second language, health screen- ing, childcare, field trips for par- ents and children, transporation, books and supplies and it is all free. Site Even Start Director is Chris- tine Braccialini. The program will start early this spring, also includ- ed will be an after school tutorial program for children in identified families, coordinated by Christine and Gloria Garcia-Samperton. Jefferson School Parent-teacher Club raffle From Nov. 17 to Dec. 15 ,.the Parent-teacher Club (PTC) oi c Jef- ferson Elementary School will be selling raffle tickets for baskets. Tickets are $1 each or 6 for $5.00 and are available at American Sav- ings Bank, Citrus Fair, Cloverdale Reveille, Hairworks, Dr. Hoyer's office, Exchange Bank, the Natu- ral Look, Rags to Witches, Jeffer- son School and Rays' Food Place. The prizes will be awarded at the school Dec. 17. You need not be present to win. To accommodate busy sched- ules the PTC meetings are being held the first Thursday of the month at 2:15 p.m. and again at 7 p.m. at the Jefferson School Li- brary. eral family literacy program. It is a collaborative effort among Clover- 4 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 |% dale and Healdsburg Unified M g| t l School Districts, the Head Start a c Carpe program and other agencies. It creates a comprehensive family lit- I llllllaa llA 1 1  Roberto I eracy program with four compo- I bl]lllllm]l & Gloria I nents: Early childhood Education, I I Noschoolon Thursday and Fri- I I day, Nov. 27 & 28 in observance I I of thanksgiving Holiday. Havea I  I wonderful holiday! 1 Commercial & Residential Se Habla Espanol Geography Awareness Month " Voice Mail (707)481-8487 Phone, after 5 pm, (707)894-4176 4" November is Geography %lllllllllllllllllllll Awareness Month and Nov. 21 No Computer? No Email? No Problem/ Mendocino Community Network has a solution for you!! Internet TV allows you to get connected without a computer. Plug in the phone line, plug into iV, plug in the power cord... bothersome setup, no hassle, no computer. Access your Email, surf the websten to the latest music releases, check the weather, or chat with friends. FREE Interact and Interact TV demonstration November 28, 2:00 pm to 6:00 pm at the Fort Bragg Town Hall. Try it yourself. Ve are the largest, most reliable, local Intemet service provider on the Mendocino Coast. Call 937-1444. And remember, all proceeds from MCN provide Internet access to our local schools! Thursday, December 5 8pro Admission Only: $10 (for the complete tour.) wi proceeds benefitting the Cloverdale Wine and Visitor Center Premium Wines Great Food 4 This years locations: Abrams House, 314 North Main Perrault Victorian: 117 Oalrook Lane Shelford House, 29955 River Road Tea Garden, 119 West Third Vintage Towers, 302 North Main ... plus the Del Webb Clover Springs model homes, 200 Hot Springs Road Tickets available from Chamber of Commerce 707-894-4470, the B 6 B's, and at Del Webb's sales office. 4,