Ukiah Daily Journal from Ukiah, California on June 11, 1998 · Page 11
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Ukiah Daily Journal from Ukiah, California · Page 11

Ukiah, California
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Thursday, June 11, 1998
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COMMUNITY NEWS Habitat homes construction begins ; Foundation work is scheduled to begin at the site of two new Habitat for Humanity homes Saturday, June 13 in Ukiah. Howie Hawkes, who will be overseeing .construction, says contractors and "carpenters are especially welcome for this work day. Anyone - skilled or unskilled - interested in working oh Habitat's project at this stage or another is asked to call Miriam at 468-1305 as soon as possible. Work on Saturday is set to begin at 8 a.m., with lunch provided, arid will conclude at approximately 5 p.m. Volunteers are invited for all or part of the day. <>The site is located at the cor- rier of Peach and Leslie. i In another fund-raising effort, Habitat will have a booth at the febncerts in the Park this sum- itier. Anyone interested in baking cjbokies to sell at the booth should call Miriam at 468-1305 as soon as possible. 7': Approximately $70,000 is needed to complete the project, according to Habitat President Michael Hunger. Monetary donations can be mailed directly to P.O. Box 1378, Ukiah 95482. : 't :•?: Alumni reunion set Plans for the Ukiah High School Reunion of the classes of 1900 through 1943 have been made by the committee. Reservations for more than 250 people have been received. Chairman Ernie Banker requested all class representatives to encourage their classmates to attend and send in their reservations. The reunion will be held and the Mendocino-Lake Clubhouse, beginning with registrations at noon Saturday, July 11, with a social hour at 5:30 p.m., followed by dinner at 7:30 p.m. On Sunday, July 12, a breakfast will be held at the clubhouse from 8:30 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. A brief meeting and election of officers will follow the breakfast. The final meetings for the class representatives and organizing committee will be held in the next two weeks to review expected attendance and other arrangements. A reminder notice to those who have not mailed in reservations has been mailed. The caterer must have a final expected count in the next few days. Sorority news Preceptor Iota Nu, a Ukiah Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi, attended its annual state convention May 15-17 which was held in Sartta Clara this year. There were a total of 1,259 in attendance. Moneys collected throughout the year were presented to representatives from the Bay Area Lupus Foundation, the Sclero- derma Foundation, Beta Sigma Phi Kidney Research at Stanford and the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation for a total of $131,171.33. The chapter will have a booth at each of this summer's Concert in the Park events selling ice cream and water to help raise more funds to donate to such causes at next year's convention as well as to groups closer to home. Summer registration for fall classes Mendocino College will offer new summer registration service for Fall 1998 classes through the Ukiah campus. Early registration will be available Tuesdays and Wednesdays only, starting June 23 through July 29 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., at the Admissions and Records Office, 1000 Hensley Creek Road, Ukiah. Free fall schedules are already available listing hundreds of classes at the Ukiah campus, Lake Center, Willits Center, Boonville/Anderson Valley, Laytonville, Covelo/Round Valley and Potter Valley. Distance Education courses, those taught via television or videotape, are also included in the schedule, with a wide rage of classes from Cultur- al Anthropology to Oceanography. For those interested in possibly raising their grade point average each Tuesday beginning June 30, students can attend a 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. session on the Ukiah campus that will include basic orientation information, a campus tour led by one of the new peer advisors, a meeting with a counselor to plan a class schedule and registration for classes before they leave. Students participating in a Similar program last semester earned 0.5 GPA higher than those who didn't attend the orientation. Students will be advised to take their English and math assessments prior to orientation; assessments are available from 8 to 10a.m. Tuesdays. In an effort to maximize new student success, all new students will participate in orientation prior to their first counseling appointments. For information regarding orientation, call the counseling office at 468-3048. Event with the recent reduction in fees to $12 per unit, some students may qualify for a complete fee waiver if they meet the following criteria: already qualify for financial aid, such as a Pell Grant or Cal Grant; receiving AFDC, SSI or General Assistance/General Relief; meet low income standards or are dependents of a deceased or disabled veteran who are eligible for benefits under the California Veterans Dependents Education Assistance program. For assistance and additional, information on qualifying for a waiver, contact the Financial Aid Office at 468- 3iio; r For more information regarding early Fall registration, contact the Admissions and Records Office at 468-3102, Mendocino College, 1QOO Hensley Creek Road, Ukiah. VFW holds breakfast, market The Veterans of Foreign Wars" will have a breakfast and flea market Saturday at the Veteran's Hall, 293 Seminary Ave., Ukiah. The breakfast will be from 8 a.m. to 11 a.m. Cost is $3.50 for adults and $1.50 for children. Children 6 and under are free. The flea market will be from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Table rentals are $5. Call 463-1304 to reserve a table. Donations will be accepted for the flea market. There will be other sellers with clothing, knick knacks and wood working products. There will also be a drawing after the breakfast. Tickets will be sold at the event. Coyote Valley offers lunch The Coyote Valley Band of Pomo Indians announces the sponsorship of the Summer Food Program for youth. Free meals will be provided to attending children under 19 years of age, and will be provided without regard to race, color, national origin, age, sex or handicap. Any person who believes he or she has been discriminated against should write immediately to the California Department of Education Summer Food Program, Sacramento, Calif. Meals will be provided at the open site listed: Coyote Valley Tribal Education Center, 7751 N. State St., Redwood Valley, Calif. 95470,485-6770. For further information, contact the Tribal Education Center. Serving time is noon to 1:30 p.m. Historical Society meeting set The regular meeting of the Mendocino County Historical Society will be held at the park across from the museum on Commercial Street in Willits Sunday, June 14. There will be an election of officers. Lunch will be a box lunch served at 12:30 p.m. Cost t ,is $7 each. Coffee, tea and punch will be provided. Reservations can be made with Floyd Barney, 24467 Shady Lane, Covelo 95428 or call 983'6317 or Dan Taylor at 25766 Bear Lane, Willits. Garden workshops at RV reservation A series of workshops are being offered to the community of Redwood Valley to help small farmers and gardeners. The workshops will be taught by Gregg Young, a local agronomist and instructor at Mendocino College, with over 20 years experience in local agriculture. The evening classes will be a combination of lectures and demonstrations, using the Tribal Community Facilities. Everyone is invited to participate in workshops on the following subjects: •Soils & fertilization: An overview of the local conditions, for gardens, lawns, trees and vines. Drainage and problem soils, organic matter and mineral management and proper fertilizers in the area. •Drip irrigation: Design and layout, materials and methods, fertilizer injection. •Pest and disease management: Identification and life cycles of local pests, counting and assessing damage and timing of biorational and least toxic controls. •Pesticides and safety: Spraying equipment, laws and safety. Choosing materials, guidelines on organic or biorational materials and dangerous chemicals to avoid. Weekly workshops are on Monday evenings 5 to 7 p.m., beginning Monday. June 15. The Redwood Valley Reservation Communits Building is located at the end of Rnnd 1 in Redwood Va i lev- Free art classes for kids, parents Julie Ravins-Byers, a teacher at Cozy Corner, will teach a class called "Working Together in Art, Parent and Child." This class is designed to assist parents and children ages 2 to 6, to work together in creating art. Techniques explored will include painting, sculpture, collage and more. Emphasis will be plated on personal expression. The class will be held each Thursday, throughout the summer, from 10:30 a.m. to noon, beginning Thursday, June 18. Participants may register for one or more classes or for the entire session. For more information or to register, call 462-1251. Space is limited. Mendocino Coast garden tour set MENDOCINO - The Mendocino Art Center's Coastal Garden Tour is scheduled for Saturday, June 20 and features "Artists' and their Gardens." Lunch will be catered by the Ledford House at the Mendocino Art Center and there will be an exhibition of the artists' work in the Art Center Gallery. In business, name recognition= increased sales. TOMA Don't miss the • ^^ IWHJT"^ Seminar! COMING THURSDAY, JUNE 18TH! "I, -'• •nit' J-/TTS TIME YOUR » 0 H FOOD KNEW THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN A GERMAN SHEPHERD AND A SCOTTISH TERRIER. Typical dog foods feed all dogs as if thei)'re, well, typical. But they're not. While a German Shepherd is buill lor chasing intruders, our little fella behind the- K-iuc i-, IMOIO sull.-il for chasing tennis balls. They're simph) different breeds, from different groups. Which is why they need totally different diets. Group Specific Formulas from Nature's Recipe give each of the seven groups its own unique diet. Herding dogs, for instance, get glutamine and extra vitamins. Terriers, on the other hand, get more copper and zinc (chow loi| nol UK ••ludr>d). All the formulas hovo herbs liko qmkqn mid ginseng, plus ,i t.poi ial blend of oils and fresh hununi grade chicken meal for 100% natural nutrition. Developing ne\\ ideas for (log lornl is nothing iK'Vv to ir, 1'vci since ra we were the first to N/flURE'S RECIPE INNOVATIVE PIT FOODS Introduce Lamb fir Rice, we've been known as an innovaUu Consider this our latest innovation. Call 1-800 <)Yl 2880

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