Ukiah Daily Journal from Ukiah, California on June 5, 1998 · Page 14
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Ukiah Daily Journal from Ukiah, California · Page 14

Ukiah, California
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Friday, June 5, 1998
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B-6 — FRI., JUNE 5-SAT, JUNE 6, 1998 Communit THE UKIAH DAILY JOURNAL, HIV/AIDS meeting set The Mendocino County HIV/AIDS Consortia will hold its regular monthly meeting on Wednesday, June 17 at 10 a.m. The meeting will be held at the Howard Memorial Hospital conference room in Willits. Items on the Agenda include reports from service providers, and discussions on Standards and Definitions of Care. Purchased Services Guidelines and an Internal Survey for the Consortium and the Fiscal Agent. As always, there is an opportunity for members of the public to comment and/or make announcements. Adopt at the Pet Fair The Milo Foundation will be having a Pet Adoption at the Rainbow Ag Pet Fair on Saturday, June 6 from 10 a.m. until 1 p.m. Milo will bring a variety of adorable puppies, lots of beautiful kittens, and a couple of nice smaller sized dogs for adoption, to good homes. If you are thinking about adopting a new pet this is a great opportunity. There will be a low cost vaccination clinic starting at 9:30, and a flea dip as well. Bring the kids, and your dog. The Pet Fair is a benefit for The Milo Foundation, so donate a few extra dollars to help Milo care for the many homeless pets of Mendocino County. If you have room in your heart, and your home, and can afford the costs that come with being a responsible pet owner, adopt a pet. Crop adviser exam scheduled June 25 is the deadline to register for the August 7 Certified Crop Adviser exam. This will be the last time the exam will be offered in 1998. Woodland, Fresno, Riverside, and Yuma have been selected as exam sites. The CCA program is a voluntary effort to establish base standards of knowledge for private consultants, agribusiness, state and federal agency personnel making nutrient, crop management, or environmental recommendations to farmers and growers. In North America there are over 11,000 certified advisers that have met standards set by the American Society of Agronomy, 528 of which are in California. Registration materials or additional information may be obtained by calling the California CCA Office at (602) 267-1890 or by writing to California CCA, 2406 S. 24th St., E-103, Phoenix, AZ 85034. The exams will cover nutrient management, soil and water management, integrated pest management, and crop management. Any California licensed Pest Control Adviser may choose not to participate in the integrated pest management portion of the exam. One day training sessions will be offered in July at Woodland and Fresno. It is the goal of the CCA Program to provide quality information concerning environmentally and economically sound agriculture, raise the awareness level of efficient management practice to improve environmental quality, and provide a framework for the public and private sectors to work together to protect and preserve natural resources. The CCA Program is a collaborative effort of agribusiness, state and federal agencies, universities, and the American Society of Agronomy. Representatives from these groups developed the standards for certification and the guidelines for administering this international program. For further information contact the California Certified Crop Adviser Office at (602)267-1890. Vacancies available on city commissions ; The City of Ukiah has announced vacancies on the city's boards and commissions with the expiration of current terms on June 30. The deadline for submitting an application for appointment is June 24, with appointments being made by the City Council on July 1. The Airport Commission has four vacancies with three of the four members currently serving being eligible for reappointment. Airport Commission terms are for three years. Applicants must reside within the Ukiah City Limits or the City's sphere of influence. One of these four vacancies may be filled by someone residing within the City's sphere of influence. The Planning Commission has three vacancies occurring on June 30. AH members currently occupying the expiring terms are eligible for reappointment. Planning Commission terms are for three years and members must reside within the City limits. Applicants for Planning Commission will be interviewed by the City Council. The Parks and Recreation Commission has three vacant positions. Appointees must reside within the Ukiah City Limits, except for one who may reside within the City's sphere of influence. Park and Recreation Commission members are appointed to three year terms. The three individuals currently filling these positions are not eligible for reappointment. The Golf Course Committee has two vacancies. Both the Public Member and the Women's Golf Club representative are eligible for reappointment. Applicants must reside within the City limits. The term of service is two years. The Investment Oversight Committee has an opening for a public member. The current public member is eligible for reappointment. The term of service is two years. Applicants must reside within the City limits. Any qualified individual who would like to serve the community in this volunteer capacity is encouraged to apply for one or more of these positions. Applications are located in the Administration Wing of the Ukiah Civic Center, 300 Seminary Ave., or call City Clerk Colleen Henderson, 463-6217, to have an application mailed to you. Single parent family camp offered Any single parent or caregiver, with their daughters or sons is invited to spend the weekend at Camp Masonite Navarro. This fun weekend of arts and crafts, swimming, games, hiking, canoeing, fishing and adventure for single parents and their children requires no camping skills. It's a great way to spend time with your children in a beautiful outdoor setting and it's a great way to get to know other single parents. Camp is from Friday, July 31 through Sunday, August 2. Children must be between the ages of 6 and 16 years. Camp Navarro is along the Navarro River. This Single Parent Family Weekend is co-sponsored by Konocti Girl Scout Council, Redwood Empire Boy Scout Council and Catholic Charities. Cost is $25 per person, or $50 for a family of 3 or more. Fee includes all meals, activities and lodging. For more information call Konocti Girl Scout Council at 544-5472 ext. 214. Grand jury accepting applications If you are interested in serving on the 1998-99 Mendocino County Grand Jury there will be an informational meeting on Thursday, June REFINANCE/CASH OUT UP TO 125% OF APPRAISED VALUE 2ND TRUST DEED CASH OUTS BASED ON YOUR GOOD CREDIT 7.000% 30-YEAR FIXED RATE 30/30 (7.530% A.P.E.) 5.750% 30-YEAR ADJUSTABLE 30/30 (6.258% A.FJL) 11 at 3 p.m. at the Mendocino County Courthouse, Jury Assembly- room, Room 1, Ukiah. The meeting will include an overview of the work of the grand jury and the duties of grand jurors. You will also have a chance to meet and ask questions of some of the members of the current grand jury. If you have any questions please call Sandra Linderman at 4636818. Pear growing workshop to be held Growers and others interested in North Coast pear production are encouraged to attend an upcoming workshop. The workshop is the "Lake County Pear Soils Field Tour," to be held Friday, June 26, from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. This workshop will feature University of California and USDA soil and irrigation specialists. Growers will have the opportunity to view and discuss pear irrigation, nutritional, disease and other problems related to various soil types. USDA Soil Scientist David Smith, who completed the most recent mapping of Lake County soils, will be featured. The tour will begin at Brent and Debbi Holdenried's home, 4002 Benson Lane, Kelseyville. Attendees should arrive promptly at 8 a.m. to register and carpool from the meeting site. The workshop is co-sponsored by the University of California Cooperative Extension and the Lake County Next Generation Pear Growers. It is free and refreshments will be served. No preregistration is required. For further information on the workshop, contact U.C. Cooperative Extension at 883 Lakeport Blvd., Lakeport, 95453, 263-6838. Annual Wine Auction and Barbecue set The lawn area at the Fetzer Vineyards Visitor Center will again be the site of the third annual Mendocino County Wine Auction and Barbecue, inland Mendocino County's wine tasting, auction and dinner. The summer event will be held on Saturday, June 27 at 3 p.m. The wine auction will showcase special vertical bottlings, big bottles and rare lots of Mendocino County wines, as well as unique romantic vacation getaway packages donated by the region's bed and breakfast inns. A special "meet the winemaker" wine tasting will precede the auction. Following the wine tasting and auction there will be a barbecue dinner of Mendocino County lamb prepared by the Mendocino-Lake Woolgrowers Association and beef prepared by Jeanette's Country Cooking. A vegetarian menu will also be available. Music during the wine tasting will be Imperial Mariachi. Entertainment during dinner will be Tom Ganoung on piano, accompanied by the vocal stylings of Paul Samonte. Tickets are $35 per person by advance purchase only. Tickets are on sale now. For more information about the event, please call Bernadette Byrne at 744-1363. The Mendocino County Wine Auction and Barbecue is sponsored by the Mendocino Winegrowers Alliance. WE ALSO ARRANGE 30-YR MOBILE HOME LOANS ON LAND YOU OWN DO YOU HAVE A PROBLEM. LET 15 HELP • BEHIND ON P.MTS • BANKRUPTCY • PROPERTY IN DEFAULT • BAD CREDfT LACK OF INCOME AND MOST OTHER PROBLEMS 0 K ON THESE LOANS BASED ON EQLTTY 800-559-4144 Your Redwood Empire Source of ReeJ E«t»te Financing ^EVENINGS & 5 REAL ESTATE BROKER O. DEFT OF REAL ESTATE #011«5»3 'RATES SUBJECT TO CHANGE VnTHOUT NOTICE • Vim BASED ON LOAN OF HH.«K> 24 Hour Service Tailored to Your Business Needs • Computerized Message Center • Call forwarding | • Vacation Service • Paging • Telefax • Wake-up Calls 462-4126 960 N. 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