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e 6 --WEDNESDAY, DEC. 29, 2010 CLOVERDALE REVEILLE CLOVERDALE, CALIFORNIA Junior High sports Athletes in Action The Rotary Club of Cloverdale painted four tables for the children and staff of Jefferson School. Rotary is also. purchasing four umbrellas for the tables. Pictured is Ms. Healey's class, Lynmarie Hoyer, Valerie Kreger, Bonnie Wlodarczyk and Will Jopson from the Cloverdale Rotary Club. #247th grader Karsyn Stewart shows perfect form during a junior high vollebyball match at home. CHS Athlete of the Week, Sara Gambetta. This week's CHS Player Of The Week is Senior guard Sara Gambet- ta. Sara was a part of the All-Tourna- ment Team in the recent Cloverdale Holiday Invitational Tournament where the Eagles went 3-0 and dom- inated their opponents. Sara has been a consistent con- tributor on the offensive side of the ball and has proven to be one of the toughest defenders on the court for the Lady Eagles. Sara just completed one of the most successful soccer ca- reers in the Redwood Empire and looks to be one of the top returners on this year's Eagle team. Sara continues to be a role model for the local youth and has shown that she can be a leader out on the court. We would like to congratu- late this week's CHS Player Of The Week Sara Gambetta. The Rotary Club of Cloverdale sent three boxes with Christmas gifts for U.S. soldiers. Pictured are Rotarians Frank Crivello, Kevin Kostoff, Patti Mannatt, Bob Del Sarto,Valerie Kreger, Claudia Frandsen,Bonnie Wlodarczyk, Jim Wood, Bill Hoyer, Rob Dailey, Lynmarie Hoyer, Garry Witty, President-elect Dolph Green, Current president Elvia Osnaya, Don Stuart, John Doble,Wayne Humphrey, Robin Wilkerson, Tiffany Kinsey and Tom Montoya. 8th grader Perla Anguiano barely gets the tip at the net to save a service point. #20 Senior guard Sara Gambetta shown during an Eagle press. applying pressure on an opponent I I I I I I I I I I I I 10% I with a donation of an item for the Clover- I dale Food Pantry (Bring in ad for discount expires Dec. 31, 2010) I I I I I 01 8 L'IIB' IIE'1111111 I Warranty Repairs Brakes I I I I I Steering and Suspension I Open Sat. 8am to 4pm I Mon-Fri. 8am - 4:30pm I I 60-B Commerce Ln. (Reuser Business Park) Factory Maintenance Intervals 30/60/90 miles z A/C Svc. & Repair Gen, Mechanical Diagnosis & Repair I I I I I I I Take S. Cloverdale Blvd. exit over the overpass to Asti Rd. make a left on Asti Rd. Make a right on Santana Ln. and a right on Commerce Ln. NEW OR CORRECTED LISTING r--i New Listing I-7 Corrected Listing Name: Address (if you wish it to appear): Phone Number: Mail this completed form to PO Box 157, Cloverdale, CA 95425 or drop off at the Cloverdale Reveille Office located at 207 N, #30 Senior center Johnny Butts makes a baseline jumper over two defenders during the John McMillan Holiday Invitational boys' basketball tournament. #24 Senior forward Eddie Miltimore fights for a tournament game in Cloverdale. rebound during a 2nd round Players ages 4 to 15 -8p.m. at Daly Field Snack Bar Wednesday, Jan. 5, 5 to 8 Satu at Daly Field rday, Jan. , Snack Bar a.m. to at Cloverdale High Noon School Gym #23 Junior forward Taylor Spaulding hits a key three pointer to put the Lady Eagles up for good in a recent home contest.