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Page 4, Cloverdale Reveille, Dec. 4, 1991 Cloverdale is a City that cares about its citizens Hats off to the people of Cloverdale! The annual community Thanksgiving Dinner was a wonderful example of a town that really cares. The Firemen, high school students, local organizations and private citizens joined together to offer a sumptuous feast and good companionship, that brought a lot ofjoy and warmth to 380 people. The next community project that should bring the Spirit of Christmas into our lives is the first annual Dickens Street Faire. Local merchants are working very hard, in cooperation with the Chamber of Commerce, to put on this event. Watch for the many window displays depicting the Dickens era. There will be street wendors, costumes, food booths and enter- tainment during the two day Faire slated for Dec. 13 and 14. Be sure to mark your calendars and plan to attend. Pat Cass, of The Grand Kids and Nancy McKean, of Webb's enjoyed the festivities at the popular Wine Country Christmas Faire sponsored by St. Peter's Altar Society. Nicole Jansen was among the many volunteers who helped serve at the annual community Thanksgiving Dinner this yea r . CORRECTION Randy Randolph's name was included in the story regarding the Chiropractic Center Use Permit in error. Mr. Randolph was not one of those opposing the permit before the Planning Commission. The Reveille regrets the error. Come praise with us Sundays at 9:30 It will be a glorious occasion. Church of the Good Shepherd Main & Broad : |11 "YOUR HOMETOWN NEWSPAPER" Since 1879 i Office Hours Mon-Fri 9 am. to 5 p.m. CLOVERDALE REVEILLE Editor Bonny J. Hanchett Managing Editor Roberta Lyons Reporter/Graphics Robin Kramer Sports Brian Sumpter Advertising/Circulation Bonnie Goodman Composing Carmen Gleason The Cloverdale Reveille (1t9-020 USPS) is published 52 times per year by Hanchett Publishing, Inc., on Wednesdays at 207 N. Cloverdale Blvd., Cloverdale, CA 95425 (707) 894-3339 Subscriptions: (Price includes sales tax) $16.13 per year, $20.45 per year out of Sonoma County. Single copy 35. Second Class Postage Paid at Cloverdale, CA 95425. Postmaster: Send address changes to the Cioverdale Reveille, P.O. Box 157, Clover- dale, CA 95425. II i | ] I .... i Cloverdale Area Church Directory Oat Valley Baptist Church 894-2998 Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints 894-2951 FHL 894-9238 Parkside Christian Chapel 894-2893 St. Peter's Catholic Church 894-2535 or 433-5536 Neighborhood Church 894-3445 Seventh-day Adventist Church 894-4989 First Baptist Church 894-3274 United Church of Cloverdale 894 -2039 Cioverdale Open Bible Church 894-2210 or 544-0485 Episcopal Church of the Good Shepherd 894-2393 Grace Lutheran Church 894-2330 Church of Christ ' 894-3452 |, RWWOOD SMORGETTE 504 N. Cloverdale Blvd. 894-2642 CLOSED TUESDAYS LOUIE & JOYCE VICTORIA Fred Besio, Cloverdale pharmacist and his daughter Cindy were happy recipients of a glass cannister set during the Wine Country Christmas Faire sponsored by St. Peter's Altar Society. What can be more exciting than a visit with Santa Claus when he appeared at St. Peter's Altar Society's Wine Country Christmas Faire. THIS MAN ALMOST SPENT HIS CHILDHOOD IN A HOME FOR THE MENTALLY RETARDED Even had they recognized the II problem, there was little Tom Edison's  | about his --' " - parents could have done "/ HEARING LOSS - except to consider placing him in an institution. Today, there is ABSOLUTELY NO REASON for HEARING LOSS to make us appear less AWARE and ALERT than we really are! HEITER HEARING AID SERVICE 111 S. Main St., CIoverdale 894-5000 (Open Wed. 10-4) COMMUNITY Wednesda December 4 Senior Center, Grange Hall ........................ 9:30-4:00 p.m. Soroptimists, Sciaini Bldg ...................................... Noon Womans Improvement Club, Library ................ 1:00 p.m. Cloverdale Grange Potluck, Grange Hall ........... 7:00 p.m. Roaring 20's Lioness, Mgmnt. Connections ....... 7:00 p.m. Planning Commission, City Hall ...................... 7:00 p.m. American Legion Gun Club, Vets Bldg .............. 7:30 p.m. Thursday, December 5 Thrift Sale, United Church ....................... 10:00-3:00 p.m. Rotary, Vets Bldg ........................................... 12:15 p.m. Hometown Workout, Vets Bldg ........................ 6:00 p.m. Duplicate Bridge, Vets Bldg ................... :. ........ 7:00 p.m. Cloverdale Lions Club, Vets Bldg ...................... 7:30 p.m. Friday, December 6 Senior Day Center, Grange Hall ............... 9:30-2:00 p.m. Emergency Food Pantry, United Church....1:00-3:00 p.m. Redwood Empire Trail Riders, City Park .......... 7:00 p.m. THE OLD FEED STORE Hay - Grain - Feed 28301 Redwood Hwy So. 8-5:30 Sat 9-4 894-5297 Saturday, December 7 Historical Society Flea Mkt., Citrus Fair..7:00-4:00 p.m. Thrift Sale, United Church ....................... l O:OOk] 0Op.m; t Sunday, December 8 Flea Market, Ciffus Fair ........................... 7:00-4:00 p.m. Monday, December 9 Hometown Workout, Vets Bldg ......................... 6:00 p.m. Historical Society, United Church ...................... 7:30 p.m. Citrus Fair Board, Citrus Fair ............................ 8:00 p.m. Tuesday, December 10 Century Lions, Cloverdale Coffee Shop ....... .....7:00 a.m. Senior Center, Gt'ange Hall ....................... 9:30-4:00 p.m. Overeaters Anonymous, Fellowship Hall ........ 7:30 p.m. DAV, Vets Bldg ............................................... 7:30 p.m. Preceptor Mu Theta, TBA ................................. 7:30 p.m. Druids, Druids Hall ........................................... 8:00 p.m. Theta Zeta, TBA ............................................... 8:00 p.m. Xi Delta Epsilon, TBA ............................................ TBA FRED YOUNG & COMPANY Mortuaries 428 N. Cloverdale Blvd. 894-2540 Soroptimists applaud community Editor: Our community has done it again--shown the spirit of car- ing for which it is so .famous. The Soroptimists, with the help of dozens of volunteers, prepared, cooked and served a delicious turkey dinner with all the trim- mings for over 350 people in- cluding 75 deliveries which were arranged-by Stephanie Mittel- stadt for persons unable to at- tend. Thanks go to so many but especially to the team of Gabby Newhart and Norma Waller who oversee and do most of the cook- ing and without whose help we could not hope to accomplish such a monumental task. This year the Cloverdale Fire Department and Emergency Medical Crew as well as the FHA- HERO showed up in full force the night before for K.P. which included peeling 100 pounds of potatoes and chopping 25 pounds of onions which had been do- nated by the Cloverdale 4-H Club. It's amazing how those fireman can go inside burning buildings full of smoke but a few onions will blind them with tears. Well done, crew. Representa- tives from FHA-HERO were on hand the next day to help serve and I was touched when they thanked us for allowing them to be a part of the day. How won- derful to see people preparing to receive the torch of service. The Precepter Mu Theta So- rority once again decorated the tables with lovely fall colors and displayed the artwork of Jeffer- son School for all to see. Lee Menicucci entertained us with his music, and door prizes do- nated by Ace Hardware and Audry Ball were much appreci- ated. The Citrus Fair donated the facility and Clover Market and Cloverdale Food Center dis- counted and donated food items. Copy Rite Printing, as they have done each year since we began, printed those orange bi-lingual flyers you've seen all over town and the FHA-HERO distributed them This is truly a community ef- fort and besides the many indi- viduals who volunteered their time, donated of and contributed financial support, many churches and service clubs sent represen- tatives as well. Our thanks to you all. We are so fortunate to live in a town that has earned the reputation of the Commu- nity of Volunteers. For what- ever your part, whether it be financial assistance, kitchen work, serving, delivering, or cleaning up the mess, please accept our thanks for a job well done. YOU make the difference and our little corner of the world is better for it. Sydney Sciaini Soroptimist International of Cloverdale. Boys & Girls Club held second Thanksgiving dinner The Boys and Gifts Club of Cloverdale held it's second an- nual Thanksgiving Feast Wednesday, Nov. 27, at the Club. Thanks to Dr. Edward Biery and the Animal Hospital of Clover- dale, club members were treated to a tasty feast of hamburgers, corn-on-the-cob, jello, juice and dessert. This is the second year that Dr. Biery and the Animal Hospi- tal of Cloverdale has sponsored the feast for the Boys and Girls Club. A fun time was had by all participants as they happily ate the holiday fare of hamburgers, corn and jello. The feast pro- vided the staff and members wa'th the opportunity to sit down and share a meal and the meaning of Thanksgiving together. "On behalf of the staff and the members of the club, I would like to thank Dr. Biery and the Animal Hospital of Cloverdale for giving us this opportunity to share this meal that some of our members will not be able to enjoy at their won homes on Thanks- giving for various economic rea- sons." stated Beverly Grafft, Program Director at the Club. A big thank you also to all the parents who donated baked goods for our feast. We appreciated all of the help ever in preparing the feast members of the Boys Club. It is due to the caring of people, such self, that we are able world a little brighter for the children of she concluded. Susie Leach commended b reader Editor: I am writing to Leach on the terrific done taking the Boys an Club from the bottom ing it up to what it is I have two children long to the latchkey the club. I can't begin to how good it feels to kn children are taken care staffthat trul) (and all club members e( The staffis not onl, the children, very skilled they do, but work well To you I say thanks that is not enough. The fact the club has staff is of no comes from Susie's ability i people who can fulfill mands made u do a great job! I have been a supporter Boys and Girls Club years it opened its doors and continue to support the the years to come. If in still have a club to I believe this is still a cratic society and the people should be heard. board rhembers listening the majority of the people  community are they thinking "This pass?" I urge the board to reconsider their deci: Susie another try and with business. In other lets "pull this thing out fire!!!" A Big thank you from senior cel Editor: We at the Senior thank everyone who our Pre-Thanksgiving making it a great succes cooperations from Mary June Novak, and ina, my assistant, well organized time for Certainly, the many provided by Keith Le Verna Bishop, Ellie Glenna Hood, and Pastol Waring and my two Martinique and Louise should not go unnoticed. joyed by us was due to highly skilled " " Dubbert, who played esting selections of byon Auto Harp. This was a treat. Rosemarie Senior Nutrition Mary Senior Center Senior Day Center CUSD/CSEA negotiations Editor: CSEA would like to size that the issues in tions that lead to the were: the disc catastrophic sick leave the addition of the any increases in salary or I and welfare benefits effective upon The issue of the the health and welfare CAP for part-time em a two-year-old now gone into the process. Cloverdale California School Em Samaritans Editor: I thank the four good who helped by the scales after Penny Fair, Nov. 29. you for your kindness, Etht4