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,nt at the seniors Thanksgiving dinner at the Grange at the corner of Second and Commerical Streets was by Carey Dubbert with his Hammer Dulcimer. He is with Therese Wenz and May Tobener. :00i00oonviile Holiday Bazaar p be held December 7 2e Boonville Unity Club's leaves will be the popular ha- : nual Holiday Bazaar is slated zaar prize to be raffled off at 3 pcsDec. 7, at Mendocino County p.m. t,-!irgrounds in Boonville from 9 ha.to 5 p.m. d l There is everything you ever ,,, ILnted at a bazaar, including "' ative handmade gifts designed  ljlocal artists who work all year "" unique jewelry, dolls, toys, llilts, afghans, pillows and fancy rk,' said spokesperson Joan yd. _ere are wreathes, plants, candy, cards, books, more. is something for every- Children can buy gifts for ag." Claus will be at the from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. A decorated Christmas , hidden in its Enjoy homemade pies, cakes, and cookies at the "Snack Bar" open all day with a hearty lunch served at noon. Come early, browse around, have lunch with your friends and get a head start on Christ- mas. Admission is free. Profits go to Unity Club's Scholarship Fund and to youth projects. For tables, which are going fast, phone Madge Gibson 895-3570 or Vir- ginia McConnell 895-3676. "Circle the date, Saturday, Dec. 7, in Boonville at the Mendocino County Fairgrounds. It's the largest one-day holiday bazaar in Mendocino County. The ex- travaganza of the year. Don't miss it," Bloyd concluded. Historical Society offers holiday greeting suggestion The Cloverdale Historical Society has found a way for local residents to wish their friends and neighbors in Cloverdale a happy holiday without all the bother (and expense) of mailing Christmas Cards. In exchange for a donation to the Historical Society, they will add your name to a holiday greeting card to be published in the Cloverdale Reveille on Christmas Day, December 25. The greeting will wish everyone a happy holiday for you, and let them know that instead of mailing cards, you chose to make a donation to the Historical Society. To find out more about this unique fundraiser, you are invited to contact the Cloverdale Museum at 894- 2067, or, if you prefer, simply mail your tax- deductible donation to the Cloverdale Historical Society, 215 N. Cloverdale Blvd., Cloverdale, CA 95425. omen's Improvement Club Meeting e next Women's Improve- lt Club Meeting will be held .. 4, starting at 1 p.m. in the , Hare Room at the Clover- ill Library. lfis will be our Christmas L ty. There will be music. The c .iic is welcome, n 1)?.I.C. is selling peca s as a il-rmse" r. One ltmd of shelled lose an averag of 14 pounds r h! The Area:trig Micro Diet safely, and ,.,with a nutritionally complete |cave you feeling !. Send now for our FREE booklet dis! As seen on The Ama:ing Mh'ro Diet Sho "Go for it!" - c,y t c,, pecans is available for a $5 dona- tion. If interested call Bobble Spence at 894-2883. Dec. 4, 1991, Cloverdale Reveille, Page 7 At least 60 seniors enjoyed a meal provided by the Council on Aging of Sonoma County. Shown above are Madeline Arps, Ron Hollis, Max Harrison, and Esther Sousa. Thanksgiving dinner at Senior Center Cloverdale City Councilwoman Carol Chase joined 60 seniors at the Cloverdale Grange Nov. 21 for a traditional Thanksgiving dinner sponsored by the Council on Aging of Sonoma County. The Council on Aging serves a hot noon time meal to seniors Monday's through Friday's in the Cloverdale Grange Hall at 201 Commercial St. COA's Thanksgiving celebration, held each year one week prior to the traditional holiday, is its most popular meal of the year. Each of Cloverda]e's five city council members was invited to join the seniors for today's cele- bration, but only Councilwoman Chase accepted. Cloverdale is one of ten com- munities in Sonoma County where the Council on Aging operates a senior dining program. Sanchez to appear in S.R. play Sheila Sanchez, 20-year-old Cloverdale resident and 1989 CHS graduate will be perform- ing in Santa Rosa Player's show- ing of Mr. Scrooge and a Christ- mas Vaudeville throughout December. Mr. Scrooge is a musical ver- sion of Charles Dicken's A Christ- mas Carol. An old-time Vaudeville filled with music, laughter dancing and dollies, wilt also b included in the show. Sanchez will play the part of Ghost of Christmas Past in Scrooge and will have a chorus part and tap dance in the Vaude- Sheila Sanchez will act in Santa Rosa Player's Scrooge. PG&E district foreman honored by school board Pacific Gas and Electric Dis- trict Manager Randy DeCam- inada was honored recently by the Cloverdale School Board for his community involvement through PG&E. Mr. DeCaminada worked on co-ordinating an energy efficiency program through PG&E for the local school district and also through PG&E set up a $5,000 contribution for a school mentor program. In the coming weeks PG&E will give the district a list of recommendations on how to have more efficient lighting and heat- ing. PG&E contributed $5,000 to a privately and federally funded program, Youth 2,000, a work experience program that brings people from business and indus- try into the schools to help chil- dren discuss problems with school, home-life, or any other problems they might have. Other aspects of the program help students learn how to write Randy DeCaminada from PG& E honored by school board. resumes, obtain and keep jobs, and also pushes students to get better grades. The program is new to Cloverdale and will proba- bly go into affect some time in the spring. t ' Bus fare free with can of food Sonoma County Transit invites holiday shoppers to join in the spirit of giving. On two special days this season, passengers can pay their bus fare with a can of food. Free rides on Sonoma County Transit when passengers deposit a can of food on the bus, only on these two days: Thursday, Dec. 12 and Saturday, Dec. 14. Holiday shoppers should con- sider taking the bus. Sonoma County Transit serves all the major shopping centers ir the County. Throughout the holiday sea- son, Sonoma County Transit will again be passing out candy calnes, reindeer antlers, and shopping bags. Taking Transit is a geat way to avoid the frustration of holiday traffic. Donated canned food will be given to the Coalition Against Hunger. ville show. i= -- -- == =-.-- =. -- -- f ' . . ' . - , Sancheg said, "I did Sug. ar I . 1 l ...... Sonoma County Lodging In the Heart of Premium Wine Country Babies earlier in the spring.' [ DRY CREEK INN She is majoring in theatre arts aTeh;;a: 7G i " ,, at Santa Rosa Junior College. I She became interested in drama G Its [ 24 Hour Family Restaurant * Spa * Heated Swimming Pool through Ann Boone, drama | 229 N. 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