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November 27, 1997

Ukiah Daily Journal from Ukiah, California · Page 6

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6" - THURSDAY, NOV. 27, 1997 Lifestyle THE UKIAH DAILY JOURNAL Ukiah Unified School menu AV Dec. I-5 Items for each week are available every day except as noted. Students have a choice of Imvfat or lowfat chocolate milk daily. Fresh fruit will consist of tho^e available during the season and ! may include bananas pears, (.ranges, apples, grapes and plums. i Entrees Taco salad; Club Sandwich: bagel dog; pepperoni pizza; Beef .Teriyaki DippersAVedges. Fruit/Vegelables Fresh fruit (T. W,F): juice cup (M.Th) small salad ; fruit cup. Specials Thursday-cooKie. Holiday Community Continued from Page 5 l-us or call 468-3) 05 Republican women host brunch The Ukiah Area Republican Women's Club will host a brunch at 11 a.m. Sunday, Dec. 7 in honor Hearl Harbor survivors diid World War II veterans. Several guest speakers will be theie (o'tell of their personal wartime .'Xperiences. Friends, family, and all interested Republicans are ncouraged to attend this special meeting, which will be held at 'he North State Street Cafe. Call Norma Bartlomei at 462; ; .l30 or Marilyn Butcher at 462<>1!29 for reservations and menu Choices. The deadline for reservations is Monday, Dec. 1. Potluck set for Better Breathers Better Breathers Club, a free l>rbgram for individuals with breathing problems due to emphysema, chronic bronchitis and asthma, will have a holiday potluck Wednesday, Dec. 3 at noon in the conference room at Howard Memorial Hospital, 1 iviadrone St., Willits. This will be th£ last meeting facilitated by a long-time American Lung Asso- cijition volunteer Virginia Hahn and members are invited to honoi her at this meeting. Hahn leaves her duties as club facilitator to embark on a new career: telling school children what life is like when'tobacco smoke destroys your lungs. She is in high demand, visiting 25 classes a year in Mendocino County to talk about how smoking ravaged her lungs. With an oxygen tank in tow, the 64-year- old tells students her lungs work at just one-fourth of their normal capacity, and that she needs an oxygen tank for most activities outside the home. "Somebody's got to reach these kids," says Hahn, a former actress, "and tell the truth about what smoking can do-to you." Robbie Robinson and Jim Collier, respiratory therapists at Howard Memorial Hospital, will co-facilitate the Willits meeting beginning in January. Hahn will remain 'as. a member of the group. Sponsored by the American Lung Association of the Redwood Empire, Better Breather Clubs provide information and support for participants and their families who wish to live better with chronic lung disease. All meetings are free and open to the public. ('nntinued from Page 3 Holy Trinity hold Christmas fair A Christmas Faire will be held Saturday. Pec. 6 al Holy Trinity Episcopal Church, 640 S. Orchard St.. Ukiah. The event will be from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. and will include crafts and ornaments, an African jewelry sale, seaweed baskets, felted hats, herbal soaps and candles, ("hrisi mas foods and a tea shop. The proceeds will support African missions and local pn> grams. Methodist women hold bazaar POTTER VALLEY - The Potter Valley United Methodist Women will present their annual Christmas Ba?aar Friday. Dec. 5 in the social hall of the Potter Valley Methodist Church. Doors will open at 1 p.m. and refreshments will be served at 2 p.m. Offered for sale will be craft items, homemade candy and baked goods and a varied selection of homemade Christmas gifts. There will be a drawing for an afghan and a doll, both items by member of the UMW. Entertainment for the afternoon will feature musicians Barbara Steadman, Myra Drury and Molly Schultz in a program titlc^ "Broadway Medley." Tickets at the door are a suggested donation of $2 per person. Santa Claus comes to Raley's This year celebrate the season with the Raley's-Ukiah Crossroads Shopping Center, Highway 101 at North State Street, as they present Santa Claus and and his team of reindeer Sunday. Nov 30 from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Photos are available with Santa for S3 each. Holiday bazaar in Boonville BOONVILLE - The Anderson Valley Unity Club is sponsoring a holiday bazaar on Saturday, Dec. 6 from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. at the County Fair Auditorium in Boonville. Those who wish to reserve tables for sale items may call 895-3338 or 895-2472 for infor mation and reservations. Early reservations are advised. In addition to the many gift items offered for sale, there will be refreshments, entertainment, the opportunity to have photos taken with Santa, and a raffle with a number of fine prizes in addition to a holiday wreath dec orated with $50. Proceeds from the bazaar will be used to help support a numbei of Unity projects: the Anderson Valley Library, a scholarship foi a high school senior, the annual Wildflouer Show am' various otliri t .immunity donations. Crafts Fair Dec. 6 and 7 FOPT BRAGG The Third Annual Holiday and Gift Show, sponsored by the Kagles and the Big Biother's and Big Sisters of Mendocino County, will take place Saturday and Sunday, Dec. 6 and 7 at Eagles Hall. 210 N. Corry St., Fort Bragg. The event will feature local artisans, crafters, non-profit groups, food, drinks and entertainment. Admission is free. For information and booth spaces, call 964-1228. Christmas Crafts fest in Lakeport LAKFPORT - The 20th Annual Country Christmas Crafis Festival will beheld Saturday and Sunday, Dec. 6 and 7 lion! 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the I ake County Fairgrounds in Lakeport. There will be over 50 crafts people as well as the pro moters. Floyd and Betty Lou Surber of Lakeport, showing and selling their wares. There will be a wide variety of crafts for sale. In addition, there will be candy and baked goods,' jams, jellies, yeast breads, driedI fruits and nuts. Bradley's Farms- will also offer honey in various si/ed jars. Santa will also be there to talk to children.. Methodist Church holds crafts fair The Annual Children's Christ-, mas Crafts Faire will be held at: the Methodist Church Saturday, Dec. 13 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. in the social hall. This is a great chance for children to make their own affordable Christmas decoration and gifts (25 cents to $1). Santa , Claus will be there, too. People' are encouraged to bring a favorite photo or tow and make, them into buttons or magnets..! The Methodist Church is located ' on the corner of North Bush and; West Standley streets/There is' plenty of parking. For more) information, call 463-3360. Calpella School has craft fair A Christmas Craft Fair will' take place in the Calpella School, Cafeteria, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 6. There will be crafts, food and entertainment provided by kindergarten through fifth grade classrooms. .. Library Continued from Page 3 hooks offered for sale are cooking, gardening, life science, and lo^s of novels. 'Think holiday presents! The sale will be at the Michael and S^rah Kennedy-Owen Art Studio at' 166 W. Smith St. There will bti no book bargains at the sale. Sife you there. Wanted: Music i (Heidi Vaughan recently ->ug gii.sted that the library u>uld ben- oljt from expanding its rather sorry cassette collection. There are a number of developmentally disabled young adults who particularly enjoy listening to music, and have exhausted the collection. Local musicians Holly Near, Spencer Brewer and Alex de Grassi have generously offered donations, and we're hopeful that some of you readers will want to find a home for those cassettes you just don't listen to any more. As long as the tapes are in good condition, the library • will be happy to take them. 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