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Walker has opened a new antique and gift store, "Nancy The shop is next to the fire department. y Claire's features gifts and antiques Walker felt she needed a creative outlet, and what better for a woman who has collected fine antiques most of her adult than to open an antique and gift shop, work surrounded by things all day, and shop for the perfect items for Cloverdale to place in their homes? shop features antique furniture, a variety of gifts for the home garden, quilts, linens, candles, original art, birdhouses, chil- .. And, by the way, "Claire" is Nancy's middle and her husband Albert, previously owned Twp Nineteen a bakery/cafe located on the Boulevard. The couple has lived since 1986, and have two kids. shop is open Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday, Monday 9:30 am to 5 pm, and closed Tuesday and Wednesday. It is at 118 Broad Street. contest by Agency Sonoma County Waste is sponsor- ;a pilot program call the Sono- County Green School Contest. program will focus on re- icing garbage, using class cur- lum, and managing school rations. ___.noma County 9chools with gh 8 and 50 or more will be able to compete cash prizes with $10,000 for , $6000 for second place, two awards of $2000 for third ,lication packages have been to 158 schools, they must be ,leted and returned by Jan. 2. reviewing the applications, top 10 schools will be visited committee. Awards will be local Earth Day fes- in April, 1998. program is designed to en- activities in the schools benefit the environment. is the true object of human !, whether looked at collectively or ,? The simplest and most answer would be the perfec- of our own moral nature, since it a more immediate and certain on our well-being than per- of any other kind. Auguste Comte Renee Maas Winning year for Sonoma County 4-H It's been a proud year for Sono- ma County 4-H and Cloverdale resident Renee Maas. Maas com- peted in the 1997 California State Fair's Livestock Judging Contest in August, coming in second place along with her teammates, Jessi- ca Becker, and Tom Hammond. In individual performance, she placed fifth. From there, it was on to the 1997 Western Fall Classic Live- stock Judging Contest in October, held at the Jackson Expo Center in Medford, Oregon. Sonoma County 4-H was the only representative of California at the event, and Maas and her teammates Angle Jinks, Nathalee Stirling, Mandy Lund, and Jessi- ca Johnson, swept up the awards. They won firsts in the categories of swine, sheep, beef and reasons, for handling people: 1. to the other person's story. 2. andwerethehighestrankingteam to the other person's full story, overall by a spread of 200 points. to the other person's full Maas placed first in individual Gefferal George Marshall performance. 0 Joy Warren, Farmers Insurance Group 104 East First St. 894-2376 J December 24, 1997, Cloverdale Reveille, Page 7 honors,,,, sewer,as When the Clover Springs project was originally planned in 1995 an offsite sewer line had to be constructed in Lile Lane in order to serve a large part of the subdivision. At that time, easements were negotiated with the homeowners and several of them expressed an interest in connecting to the sewer system. The property owners came before the Council in October 1995 to request a waiver of the connection fee which was denied. However, the Council did allow payment of the fee (which was $1671 at that time) over a two year period. In the meantime the Clover Springs project was put on hold until it was sold in early 1997 to Del Webb Corporation. This meant that the sewer line was not constructed as planned. Wednesday night Lile Lane property owners again came before the Council asking that the City honor the $1671 fee and the two year payment period agreed upon in 1995. The connection fee today is $2300. The Council agreed to their proposal but stipulated that the connec- tion to the sewer would have to be done within the two year period. WASHINGTON SCHOOL of $340. All of the money went to the food pantry. Through the efforts of the middle grades, seventh and eighth, the food pantry will be able to provide those in need of food a nice warm meal for the holidays. "It was a lot of work, I have to admit. But it was worth every penny," Jason Siebenthall stated. i I I # "Visions of sugar plums danced in their heads:" Hay the wonder of Christmas always delight. Thank you for your patronage. Charlie's Donuts & Pastries 122 East First St. 894-1882 Hours: M-F 5 AM-3 PM; Sat. 5 AM-2 PM ,/ Fast & Easy Mart 840 N. Cioverdale Blvd. 894-3633 We have fine wine, beer, liquors & groceries. Money orders & Mexican groceries available! Fast & Easy Gas & Mini Mart 418 S. Clvd. Blvd. 894-3242 We carry beer, sandwiches, beverages, groceries & more. Play lotto both Iocaltions ' every joyho - our many good friends this Christmas and New Yearl Ace NQrclwore 124 S. Cloverdale Blvd. 894-2165 1 I i" p.-  -" HOME LOANS For buying or refinancing your home. Competitive Rates! Great Service! 435 N. Cloverdale Blvd. 894-4323 - Bill Andrew Bells on Christmas Day Carols Play! We Wish Every Joy to our ManyGood Hamburger Ranch Here's an old-fashioned wish for all our friends at Christmas-- May your holidays be bright with merriment and good will! Stephanie Showers Insurance Agency Farmers Inaurance Group 555-1 S. Clvd. Blvd. 894-3315 0 0 / 0 o From the Staftof the Cloverdale Reveille... 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