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00stivifies Below Huey on display See Page 2 Shelford House host See Page 8 Published weekly since 187-9 1879 Hoag & Sons ..!7 Railroad 118 years of servi tile community Sonoma County, CA to gifts veterans the American Legion William Russell Led- 293, will participate in ;tivities at Yountville home. Personal Santa Program ! each veteran the opportuni- a list of what he or she like for Christmas. The 10or less. These along with the veteran's are given to sponsors who wrap and address to these very special indi- , veterans are far away from family and these gifts are Unit 293 will 10 veterans, a 100% over previous years. Watts will once again pur- and wrap each of the gifts. and cards will then be ) Yountville in time annual Christmas party this year Dec. 14. the day of the event, volun- ;gather to stuff bags filled various fruits and goodies. are distributed to all of the During the party there raffles held while the serve desserts and everyone.   by Linda K. Stewart, 293 President. center open after the of the year Recycling Center will again be operating in Clo- but probably not until the first of the year, accord- the company's marketing Richard Graft. good news with alu- cans and bottles spilling their garages. to Graft, Me delay from a lengthy permitting the company has to com- , can restart oper- within the city. provided recycling ser- I at Clover Supermarket until When it re-opens, the center will be located at Place. 20/20 will wel- all California redemption including alumi- and glass." to Graft the center ,30 hours dosed Sundays and Mon- , and open Tuesday through 11 am to 5 pm; Saturday, lm. December 17, 1997 Vol. CXVIII, Issue 51 50 Cents i Children gathered in front of the stage during the annual Christmas tree lighting ceremony held at the plaza on Friday night Dec. 6. These little ones were attentive listeners to musicians and singers from Cioverdale High School under the able leadership of District Band director and teacher, Ken Collins. Chief Rosevear reports staff program success Chris Andersen chairs Fire District board Chris Andersen was elected to chair the Board of Directors of the Cloverdale Fire Protection District at the Dec. 8. meeting. Director Terry Stewart will serve as Vice- chair. Andersen replaces Janet Collins. Fire Chief Jack Rosevear report- ed on the supplemental staffing program in conjunction with the California Department of Forest- ry station located in Cloverdale. The program began Nov. 10 and to date there have been no notable problems with response to emer- gencies or with the various per- sonneJ working together, accord- ing to the Chief's report. As of Dec. 8 the District and CDF personnel responded to 47 calls for service. Forty percent of the calls were in the vicinity of or south of the CDF Station that is located on S. Cloverdale Blvd. and Hot Springs Road. Response times are within ap- propriate limits. The CDF engine and the District's rescue vehicle arrive within a minute or two of each other. CDF Battalion Chief Ron Mat- teoli is responsible for scheduling the personnel for the program. He has committed two CDF staff members to serve weekdays dur- ing business hours when the Dis- trict's available personnel are at a minimum. At least one CDF firefighter is on duty at all times and the Dis- trics weekday, daytime response has been greatly improved under this program. Chief Rosevear considers the program to be a complete success. The District has completed the purchase of a surplus fire appara- tus from Santa Rosa for $3000. The equipment, has been on site Please turn to p 6 Saturday mOVie matinees at Lake Sonoma Norman Pardini, a member of the Cloverdale Lions Club and owner of the Food Center market in Cloverdale, helped set out the dozens of donuteXhat the Lions provided to all those who attended the recent tree IighUng ceremony at the plaza. Along with donuts the Lions served hot chocolate to an appreciative crowd as they listened to music provided by Cloverdale High School. Steve Watson (I) and Charles Richardson served up hot chocolate to dozens of Cloverdale residents who attended the recent Christmas celebration on the plaza. The two are members of the Cloverdale Lions Club that serves donuts and hot chocolate every year at this evenL The park rangers of Lake Sono- ma would like to wish a joyous holiday season to all of their friends and visitors. As a special treat for families and younger visitors, you are in- vited to visit the Saturday Musk- rat Maztinee sereies through the holidays. Saturday, Dec. 20 at 1:30 p.m. there will be a special showing of Beauty and the Beast. The Eichated Christmas will be played in the Visitor Center Movie room. Dec. 27, also at 1:30 p.m. see Ariel, sebastian and the rest of the gang in The Little Mermaid. Another movie as yet to be an- nounced, will be shown Jan. 3. All shsowings are free to the public. Youngsters are welcome to bring their favorite blanket or sleeping ag if they prefer to stretch out on the floor to see the movie. For additional information, call 433-9483, ext. 3040. Youth Counsei'or added to CUSD staff Arthur Calzontzi, Kiel Siebenthall, and Paul Ditslear, members of the CUSO Band, entertained plaza recently when citizens gathered to light the City tree and enjoy hot chocolate and donuts. followed by a merchants open house among downtown businesses. (Editor's Note: The following article was written by Helen McKean, a staff reporter for the Cloverdale High School (CHS) publication The Cr/er.) A new counselor has been add- cd to the CHS staff. H name is Angelina Meza; the Social Advo- cates for Youth counselor. She has set up support groups for students atCHS. Angelina will be the advi- sor for these groups which she started in early November. Chamber to provide new Cloverdale map The Cloverdale Chamber of Commerce is preparing an updat- ed Cloverdale street map which will include all of the new devel- opments and the new freeway bypass and will show an expand- ed area with Cloverdale at its cen- ter as well as community informa- tion and points of interest. The map will be larger than the 1992 edition for enhanced legibility. Angelina's goal in counseling is to give kids a safe place to be heard. She hopes to empower students so that they can deal with the issues they face from day to day. While she  to accomplish this in a one-on-one session, a support group would,llow her to see more students. A fupport group is ben- eficial to students because it shows them they can help others at the same time that they are getting help themselves. An open discu siou group will also teach others to lead discussions and to become better listeners. The support groups will be fo- cused on one major issue, such as, substance abuseor assault. When someone is dealing with a prob- lem, though, many other issues come into play, and so the support groups will serve multiple pur- poses. An important factor in getting these groups startea m eeacner co- operation. Since there will be sev- eral groups, they will meet on dif- ferent days and at different times. Angelina would like to have these group sessions held throughout the day instead of being limited to tutorial/break or lunch. She thinks that it would be better for the stu- dents to be pulled out of class to Please turn to page (I Reveille Holiday Schedule Because of the Christmas Holiday the Reveille Deadline will be Friday morhing, Dec. 19, for the Dec. 24 issue. The office will be closed on Friday, Dec. 26. Thank you all and Happy Holidays "