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The results proved helpful to the park subcommittee. Survey participants chose the importance of building the park facilities in the following order: First, the Tot Lot play area, then the Modular Play Structure, restrooms near the Tot Lot, Picnic Pavilion & Bar-B-Que., Soccer Field, Volleyball Court, Base Ball Field, Restrooms at Baseball field, Par Course, Horse Shoe Pit, Snack Bar, Bleacher and Gamekeep- ers loft. As you might have heard from other sources, Councilmen Jehn and Teague have been busy meeting with groups and associations in town to get assistance with building some of these structures. They have been very successful in this mission and those of you who offered to donate your time to complete the park buildings can expect a phone call from them next year. The Garden Club will be donating trees to the park, they are getting assistance from the California ReLEAF Program. The plan is to plant these additional trees after the contractors have finished their work on the park. Many of the surveys reflected a concern about security. I was assured by Councilman Teague that security has been taken into account. Another concern voiced was that of having a curfew. The city manag- er, Bob Perrault, states that there is a city curfew already in place; also the County of Sonoma is working on an agreement with all the cities to have a county-wide curfew. The last opportunity for discussion regarding the park plans before the City Council will be Dec. 17 at the regular council meeting, when the subcommittee wili be making is recommendations to the Council. The city will be instructing the construction company of the Clover Springs Development regarding the requirements for Furber Park; the plans will be finalized by Dec. 31,1997. Thank you all for giving your assistance to the hard working people at city hall. We are all looking forward to the park opening in October of 1998. Sincerely submitted, Bonita Lorentz A Christmas Celebration of Music and Drama First Baptist Church Sunday, December 14 ' 6:00p.m. Aamion is free - Everyone is welczne Come Celebrate the Greatest Gift! 4o South Fn "894-3274 Gourmet Club's holiday party Dec. 12 Members of the Cloverdale Gourmet Club will celebrate the holiday season at their next meet- ing, Friday, Dec. 12, at 7 p.m. a t the home of Jonni and Terry Conway, 155 Shahan Drive. Those attending are asked to bring an hers d'oeuvre. Punch will be served. There will be a gift exchange. For more information call 894- 9122. Wednesday, December 10 Family History Ctr., LDS Church .................... 9 a.m.-9 pm Soroptimist International, Sciaini Office .................. 12 pm Senior Center, Grange Hall ........................ 9:30 a.m.-4 pm Bingo, Kings Valley Seniors ....................................... 1 pm American Legion & Auxiliary, Vets Bldg .................... 8 pm Sup. Paul Kelley, City Hall .......................... 8:30-10:30 am Economic Development Commision, Papa's Pizza .............................................. ,... 7:30 am Senior Citizens Poltuck, Vet's Bldg ..................... : ...... Noon Roaring 20's Lioness Club, Potluck,Grange Hall...x.. 7 pm Thursday, December 11 ' Thrift Sale, United Church ................................ 10 to 3 pm Rotary Club, Owl Cafe ........................................ 12:15pm CIoverdale Host Lions Club .................................. 7:30 pm Friday, December 12 Toastmasters, The Blvd. Deli ..................................... 7 am Senior Day Center, Grange Hall .................... 9:30 to 2 pm Emergency Food Pantry, United Church ...... 1 pm to 3 pm Saturday, December 13 Family History Ctr., LDS Church .................... 9 a.m.-1 pm Flea Market, Citrus Fairgrounds ................. 7 a.m. to 4 pm Thrift Sale, United Church ............................ 10 a.m.-1 pm Gourmet Club, Wine & Visitor Center ................... 7:30 pm Sunday, December 14 Flea Market, Citrus Fairgrounds ................. 7 a.m. to 4 pm Monday, December 15 Boy Scout Troop #41, City Park ................................ 8 pm Cancer Support Group, United Church Lounge.. 10-11 am Tuesday, December 16 Family History Ctr., LDS Church .................... 5 p.m.-9 pm Senior Center, Grange Hall ................................ 9:30-4 pm Writer's Circle of Druids, Library ........................... 1:30 pm CARE Foundation, Jefferson School .................... 7:30 PM Historical Society, United Church .............................. 7 pm Copper Tower Family Health Center Free An. HIV Testing every other Th ...................... 2-7 pm Prenatal classes .............................................. Call for time Surgical Clinic ............  ............ . ................................. T, 2-5 Podiatry Clinic ......................................................... W, 9-5 Cloverdale Alcoholice Anonymous Hot Line for Cloverdale Information: 894-20701544.1300 / !,Pi Soroptimists that#: 00,00)lunteers Editor: Once again the Spirit of Thanksgiving has been demonstrated in Our community in the form of the Thanksgiving Dinner. This, our 10th year, we served well over 300 dinners under the direction of Gabby Newhart who oversees all of the kitchen duties. Countless volunteers shopped, donated food items, prepared, served and cleaned up while still others made deliveries as well as distributed warm clothing and blankets. To all of you who helped to make th'is a truly thankful day for so many, we offer our heartfelt appreciation for a job well done. It is only with the continued support of our community that the Soroptimists are able to-head this project each year. Thanks to you all for your caring, concern and generosity. Sydney Sciaini, Soroptimist International of Cloverdale Sydney Sclaini, r, chairman and founder of the Soroptimists annual Thankgiving Dinner, spent her holiday overseeing the entire oper- ation. Sydney and her sister Soroptimists, as well as the numerous volunteers, all who make this annual event possible, are to be congratulated for their unselfish service to their community. The skies parted and temperatures were favorable for night's annual tree lighting ceremony and merchant's open Cloverdale. A sizeable crowd of residents, including lots of parents gathered in the plaza at 6 p.m. to await the celebration that a performance by Cloverdale High musicians and carolling High School chorus. Kids had a great time running about and parents visited while waiting to hear comments from city (Will Jopson and Mayor Tom Sink). The Cloverdale Lions, including Richard Pardini, Frank Watson, Charles Richardson, and David Wight were there to the serving of free hot chocolate and donuts - a tradition have carried out for many years now. The City tree may be small, but it has potential. One a good observation saying: "You know, when all these little up and that tree is 20 feet tall, they'll say 'I remember when was just four feet high - now look at it!'" So anyone who may make fun of the City having such a small tree - just think The little tree can also be seen as a symbol for Cloverdale - si a lot of new beginnings and a bright future for this City. While most of us are gearing up for Christmas and looking to a warm fuzzy holiday, it's good to know that less fortunate in Cloverdale are being helped by local orgniazations like Pantry and Cloverdale Family Service. Although poor people in Cloverdale may get financial from the County, many other services are not available charities fill that gap. In this day of welfare reform and about "personal responsiblity" ( which I agree with to a fortunate that folks are still willing to help others - without and recrimination. I like what local food activist Jerry Alderson has to say community only being as strong as its weakest link. We shut out the needy and send the message that we could can people in Cloverdale don't do that - which is a testimony to the sense of caring and community. Cloverdale takes care of its own, whether it's donating schools or the Boys and Girls Club, to helping the cold and Maybe that's why this is such a strong and growing Marie Vandagriff, forground, and Olive Bowlby, oversee the clothing distributed by Soroptimists International of Cloverdale during the annual Thanksgiving dinner. DIRT CHEAP PLANE TE-GQ=ESUES (70,7)824-2SS0 307 South Main Street Sebastopol DIRT CHBsP TRAVEl YOUR HOMETOWN NEWSPAPER SINCE 1879 Office Hours Mon-Fri 9 AM to 5 PM CLOVERDALE REVEILLE Editor Bonny J. Hanchett Managing Editor Roberta Lyons Reporter/Graphics Robin Kramer Advertising/Circulation Bonnie Goodman Business Manager Val Hanchett Cloveiale Reveille (119-020 USPS) is published 52 times per year by Hanchett Publishing, Inc., on Wednesdays at 207 N. Cloverdale Blvd., Cloverdale, CA 95425 (707)894-3339. Sub- scriptions: (Price includes sales tax) $18.50 per year, $27.50 per year out of Sonoma County. Single copy 35. Second Class, Periodicals Post- age Paid at Cloverdale, CA 95425. Postmaster: Send address changes to Cloverdale Rev- eille, PO Box 157, Cloverdale. CA 95425. Adjudged a newspaper of gen- eral circulation by the Supreme Court of the County of Sonoma, State of California, under the date of March 3,1879, Case No. 36106. ., ! Soroptimists offer See's Candies as major fundraiser Soroptimist Interntional of Clo- verdale is once again selling See's Candies as their major winter fundraiser. Members will be on hand at Ray's Food Place each weekend and weekday afternoons until Christmas. The price of the candy is the same as in See's retail stores and all proceeds go directly back into the community through aid to the Boys & girls Club, Family Service and the CARE Founda- tion as well as.many other worthy projects the Soropnists sponsor. They ask for your support when doing your holiday shopping. Family Service seeks volunteers to help with Christmas baskets Schedule/Work List for Christmas Project:. Now through December 15: We need help to move to the Citrus Fairgrounds. We need volunteers to sort toys clothes a few hours every day. To help, call Winnie coordinator, at 894-5408, Monday, Dec. 15, Tuesday, Dec. 16: Strong people are to set up tables and move everything to the big hall, and set out neatly. Wednesday, Dec. 17: Pick-up day for toys and clothes. need two SpaniSh'akers, baby-Sitters, door-police, list ers and tidy-uppers. Thursday, Dec. 18: Strong help needed! The food is in bulk and we need to make up 250 boxes and extra bags. Friday, Dec. 1. 9 am to 6 We need drivers and deliverers, runners, two and people to clean up. Special Need: Maybe for several shifts, we need a couple who can stay in the wine room in the back of the building on Saturday night, Dec. 13, until about 12:30 am. and find out why we need this security on that night. Several shifts are needed for all the other days too. To help, please call 894-5408, 894-2864 for Spanish English, 894-3562, 894-2785. Exchange student program seeks host far n ilies in In this holiday season consider opening your home to a high exchange student! AYUSA International, a leading non-profit, high school program, invites your family to of over 50 different countries. Part-time employment opportunities working with schools, lies and the world's youth are also available in the Cloverdale i For more information on host family or work of AYUSA International, call Regional Manager Mary 539-1106. SRJC Chamber Chorale performs at LBC Dec. 16th Santa Rosa Junior C( Northern California Ct Chorale will present its Christmas Concert, Tuesdi 16, at the Luther Burbank for the Arts in Santa Rosa Admis however, For more information 4249. BOUTIQUE Stained Glass Ceramics "English" walnuts are not English at all. In fact, Persian nuts which were ported b v English ships. "walnut" in old English "Welsh nut." Welsh, then, meant forei in their translation the considered the CHRISTIAN SCIENCE THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CIETY., 424 East Street, burg, 433-7645. Sunday Service ing, second Wed. of month, pm; Church Reading Room, Center St. Hours: Tues, Wed, 12-4 pm 433-4776