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Page 12, Cloverdale Reveille, December 3, 1997 CUSD The questions are being gath- ered and a request for additional information will .b made of the FICMAT Team before an official report is issued by either FIC- MAT or the distrct. The hope is that this could be done before the December Winter Break. While this report listed some areas that should be scrutinized by the district in future budgetary planning, including areas that could be targeted for cuts and reductions; the report also noted that the district, in additiion to having to deal with the $670,000 shortfall in anticipated revenue, has been deficit-spending the pre- vious three years as well. "Another assumption we made from the beginning was that we had sufficient reserves to some- how get through this year but that we would need to look seriously at reductions in the coming school years. While it is a relief to know that we don't have to 'cut' $670,000, we s til!are goinj_to have to make some painful cuts and reductions in the very near future in order to put things on the right track and to meet the mandate that SCOE has given us," Superintendent Cary noted. Rather than consider immedi- ately some of the cuts and reduc- tions recommended by the FICMAT Team in the preliminary report, the district will most like- ly wait until january and set up a month-long process to study the budget. The FICMAT report sin- gled out a few programs and ser- vices for special considertion, but the district had identified almost 80 different programs and servic- es and would like to do a com- plete review when having to deal with reductions. The format would likely include the creation of a budget advisory committee that would begin work once the governor releases his preliminary state budget in mid-January. LOV i SALES PRICES EFFECTIVE - DECEMBER 3-DECEMBER 9, 1997 Ill RDALE  I /,, i Aurera Sbingto-String 100 Bulb Light Set lID Lock-(In Base, Idtlceler er Clear Bulbs #eesu, aen41e, aoGuo] rT'f'- ' ........... ._____ J JFUO  L PaperTowels iiiii 8.q00 CleoWhne i ........... !;Tissue Paper • e0stF00ds . I Re00ayonnalse i PillOW t UghtTuna ! I s9.o ....... byPlay oftheSea 3 tention. The Senior Center will be host- inn an open house from 12:30 to 2 p.m. Dec. 11. This will be your opportunity to say "goodbye" to Rosemarie and to wish her well. ' Call the Center at 894-4826 for more information. "First weekend in Alexander Valley December 6 & 7 Holiday celebration festivities in Alexander Valley are scheduled Saturday and Sunday, Dec. 6 & 7 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. The occasion is part of Alex- ander Valley Winegrowers' monthly "first Weekend" series of events. Holiday tastings and special discounts will be offered at seven Alexander Valley wineries: Can- yon Road, de Lorimier, Hanna, Murphy-Goode, Clos du Bois, Sommer Vineyards and Alexander Valley Vineyards. Admission is free. to receive a brochure and map in the mail, call Alexander Valley Winegrowers toll free: 1-88-289-4637. EVENTS garden. Heaven's Closet consign- ment store has relocated to 231 N. .......  ..... withCl°verdaleCallahan'sBlVd'Antiques,Sharing spaceGiftS Seasons Greetings from Longs Drugs and Jewelry. Both shops are offer- m,,0o.,o,,,.=. I, ! --." ! Hails I LO...iille i be open with their new Coffee Longs House fearing poesy readings, ! Ecmacea.GoldenSeal trewmnee or prmmce / ..... ...... i o,om..,,..,e,,oo,,, ! ]. talllNIS ] tI11t11 hh'lI010rant CoughOr0ps I NaSalSY_. i and all the java you want. Rags to .... ,. lOS Blondlnlmes Witches offers 25% off on all ban- " 1 [ I ners and T-shirts. ! .......  (mnm ._,..  IRIl/ll-,-----, I ,... 4AO I ! ' ' 00OO¢1 N 1"11 Thursday, Dec. 11 C]overda]e ! Longs Drugs In41d Coupon-Go0d Ulrough 12/9/97 ! I J" m r ;.;;,;_.;:.#._--..7.,7, ] / honorRosemarieMartiniquewho I I qurlqum" I 9 : S2.O0 II i From recently retired as the local Din- p inn Site Manager for the Council ill, on Ag. I i DURACELL Rosemarie has been the site I  i I l yrvo,CESO'zLerrzs l / manager here for the lastl0 years. • i • I I i" I|PlllPllr n '7..-', a / She started when the meal pro-   , ] 1RO I :v.: I / gram was based at King's Valley 1  1 I " eilO I  I 1 Apartments and stayed with the program when it moved to Clo- I L'0ral Preference or Preference Retall:___ I I , . . -lr I ::.:::- I / I les ld Hair Colorant, Assorted Shades I I ,,e,em L'lillilillilmi verdale Senior Center. / Rosemarie has worked hard to I ,el undl.lmos I I / ._.,_____________________. has put in many hours to make sure that home-bound seniors get ve or un ii lit a hot meal five days a week. She oS Firelon Vldt'$NyQidlOriOhialmrChmnry; has always been concerned about ' : ! Disilwashlng ,,,. ,tn,-.o.....,=, orlayQulL6Oz;orDayQulor • andthe seniOrSmany peopleWh° receiVehave herbenefitedmeals ! ....  . lieU. R, fl Itl]ll " .l. lUll .]1 M UqulCaps, 12 °"-"" from her caring concern and at- UUO OOlllllgll