Ukiah Daily Journal from Ukiah, California on September 24, 1987 · Page 5
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THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 24,1987 COMMUNITY THE UKIAH DAILY JOURNAL Perfect plant for neglect introduced to garden club By PENNY SEAMAN Garden Club Reporter The perfect plant for neglect was introduced to Ukiah Garden Club this month by Jeaneen Hosterman. Hosterman, the club's horticulture chairman, exhibited the Evening Primrose (Oenothera-berlanic) and told club members this was the perfect plant for neglect. It enjoys hot summers, cr>id winters and poor soil conditions, she said. "It is a showy plant of the perennial family that is real hardy and draught resistant," she said. "The perfect plant for many of us." Club members made plans to prepare flower arrangements for each of the rooms of the new Civic Center in Ukiah, for the center's Sept. 26 opening. Twenty-four arrangements of fresh, straw and silk flowers will be used to brighten the day. Plans were discussed at a potluck luncheon for the club's first meeting of the new year. Theme of the day was "Mad Hatter Tea," and members and guests wore hats they made themselves, or brought out of storage for the occasion. A prize for the most creative went to Celeste Lyman for a chapeau of straw decorated with cherry tomatoes, green beans, lettuce and other real garden vegetables. Donna Branson had the most original hat with an unusual "Taste Tesl"-dcsign comparing Pepsi and Coke. The cutest hat was designed by Barbara Cox who arranged three bears marching around a straw-hat brim. Member were delighted over the first-place blue ribbon and rosette they won for their garden at the Redwood Empire Fair. The amateur garden was ot an old-fashion design with lots of colorful flowers and a path of wood rounds leading to Uncle Wiggley's cabin, and the old gentleman himself. The fair's theme was "Hare's the Fair." Pauline Manning was garden chairman. New members were welcomed at the opening luncheon by Nadinc Scott, prcsidcnt.Thcy were Dwaync Wright, Marge Van Dusen and Renee Pearce. Luncheon tables were decorated with china cups and saucers filled to the brim with fall flowers. The fireplace mantel was decked out for the occasion with a Mad Hatter rabbit in a black hat with flowers. Decorations were prepared by the hostess committee. Members included Donna Branson, Marie Lindoo, Eladah Fowler, Irene Hamilton and Jeaneen Hosterman. Plans for the annual Christmas workshop were discussed. This holiday preparation event will begin Oct. 1. Workshop hours will be 10 a.m. to 3, Monday, Wednesday and Friday of each week until Dec. 6. As club members complete Christmas decorations, they may be viewed and even purchased on any work day, although the workshop is preparation for the club's annual Christmas tea, show and sale, to be Dec. 6 this year. The week before the tea, a special committee prepares green wreaths and swags for the Christmas season. Saturday registration is okay for 'Self Esteem' workshop Persons planing to attend the Reynold Bean Workshop, "Raising Children's Self Esteem", can register at the door at 9 a.m., Saturday at the First United Methodist Church. According to Steve Scully, with the Mendocino County Child Abuse/Neglect Prevention Council, the workshop is only S3 and is especially geared for parents and other adults who work with children. He said the workshop is an important one in Ukiah because of the speaker who is a well-known author. Bean has published seven books on various subjects related to children, as well as an elementary principal's handbook, "New Approaches to Administrative Action." His books explore the subjects of raising children's self esteem, teenager's self esteem, what he calls the four conditions of self- esteem, and one called, "How to Discipline Children without Feel- ing Guilty." Bean is a marriage, family and child counselor in private practice and within agencies, is a management and organizational consultant, and is an associate of Association for Personal and Organizational Development in Santa Cruz. He serves on numerous boards of directors related to education and social services. For more information about the workshop, call Scully at 463-2437, ext. 157. Pennies pay Students at St. Mary's School raised $4,800 In pennies to buy computers for their classroom. Four were purchased with the money. A fifth was donated anonymously. Students In grades K-8 already are learning to use them. The school's new computer lab will be dedicated Nov. 11. CHIT CHAT Bake sale by 4-H Club Members of the Shamrock 4-H Club are preparing a bake sale for the Ukiah Civic Center opening Saturday, Sept. 26. Committees were formed at the club's first meeting for the new year. In addition to the bake sale committee, club members formed a phone committee and a committee for 4-H Week. In addition to accepting assignment on the various committees •club members registered at the September meeting for their projects for the year. The 11 project areas includ ' homcmaking skills, animal projects, gems, minerals and fossils. The group was excited about success of the club's booth at the Redwood Empire Fair. The "Country Kitchen" received a first-place ribbon. Discussed at this first meeting of the new club year were a number of contests for future meetings, including a vegetable sculp- ture contest for the Oct. 14 meeting. Kids' chorus organizing A Ukiah's Children's Chorus, open to all children interested in singing, is being formed by Elizabeth MacDougall at the First Presbyterian Church. Children, ages 8 to 11, are being invited to attend the first meeting of the chorus, Oct. 5, from 4 to 5:30 p.m. The church is located at the corner of Dora and Perkins streets. There is no charge to participate in the chorus. More information is available at 462-5958. Relief Society leaders honored Local Relief Society leaders of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints (Mormons) have been honored by State Relief Society president, Sherre Scott. She presented corsages and Relief Sqciety emblem pins during a quarterly leadership meeting to Dodi HU1, secretary of the Willits Ward-(congregation); Vema Baker, secretary of Cloverdale Ward; Debbie Mittelstadt, president, and Carol Green, counselor in the Fort Bragg Ward. Also recognized, although not present, were Dcann Jones, counselor of the Lakeport Ward; and Sylvia Robinson, former counselor of the Willits Ward. Each of these women successfully completed a 90-day personal development program entitled "Learn of Me." The Relief Society is a 120-year-old organzation which provides opportunity of service and learning for women. Its motto is "Charity Never Faileth" and there are over two million households in the world who are affected by its activities. Within the Ukiah Stake area, which encompasses Lake and Mendocino counties, there are 1,102 women on the Relief Society rolls. They have an opportnity to meet weekly to learn skills in spiritual living, social relations, > community and compassionate service. Each month there are home-, •'. making meetings to teach skills in,, food preparation and storage, sewing and stitchery, home management and varied interests. State Relief Society Pres. Scott extended a warm welcome to any woman who wishes to participate in the Relief Society activities. For information on the nearest Relief Society organization, women may phone Scott at 462-8795. Disaster team date change First meeting of the Ukiah area disaster team for the American Red Cross will be Tuesday, Oct. 13, rather than Oct. 10. Jack Ackert said the first notice on training had the date as Tuesday, Oct. 10. However, it is Oct 13. Other dates are correct, Ackert stated today. They include damage assessment training on Tuesday, Nov. 10; shelter management on Saturday, Dec. 12; andemergency assistance to families, training Friday and Saturday, Feb. 19 and 20. Tuesday classes begin at 7 p.m. at the Red Cross office, Ukiah Senior Center, 495 Leslie St. Friday and Saturday classes will begin at 9 a.m. and end about 5 p.m. Additional training to be offered in September and October at the Red Cross office will be CPR, Sept. 26, or Oct. 24, from 9 a.m. until 5. First aid will be offered Saturday, Oct. 10, same hours. Disaster team training on the coast will be Oct. 20, Nov. 17, and Dec. 5, according to Ackert. He may be reached at 463-0112 for further information. Soccer League bake sale Friday The Ukiah Valley Youth Soccer League will hold its first-ever bake sale on Friday, Sept. 25, in the lobby of the Mendocino County Courthouse. Sale hours will be 9 a jn. to 4. Food items will be donated by soccer families and proceeds will be used to help cover equipment costs. On sale will be desserts, sandwiches, salads, and coffee. Garden Project's annual dinner The Challenge Garden Project is holding its fourth annual family dinner and talent show Friday, Oct. 9, at Ukiah Grange Hall, 740 S. State St. Mama Teresa is again preparing her famous spaghetti 'n meatballs. According to Harvy Baumoel, director of the project, a fun-filled talent show is scheduled after dinner. On the auction block will be a sail on San Francisco Bay aboard the 38-foot Mendocino Queen. Advanced tickets for this annual family event may be obtained by phoning 463-4400. Calendar THURSDAY LIVING WITH CANCER, a support group for men, women and family members. 4 to 5 p.m. For information contact Nancy Adams, 463-1305. AEROBICS FOR WOMEN, by Body and Soul, 5:15-6:15 pm. Evangelical Free Church, 750 Yosemite Dr., Ukiah. OVEREATERS ANONYMOUS, 6 p.m., 741 S. Oak St in the rear Open to the public, no fees, no dues, no weigh- ins. Call 485-0889. NARCOTICS ANONYMOUS, 6-7 p.m., 2181 S. State St., Ukiah. BEREAVEMENT SUPPORT GROUP, sponsored by Homemakere Hospice, 7 p.m., 101 W. Church St., Ukiah. POST 1900, VETERANS OF FOREIGN WARS, 7 p.m Veterans Memorial Hall, corner of Seminary Avenue and Oak Street, Ukiah. TOPS <T»k« Off Pounds Sensibly) CLUB NO. 1758, 6 pmM.tumn Leaves, 425 E. Gobbi St., Ukiah. WOMEN FOR SOBRIETY NEW LIFE GROUP, 6:30 p.m., Pliblic Health Dept., 890 N. Bush St. Phone 468-8256. PARENTS UNITED. 7 p.m., a self-help group offering counseling for sexually abusive persons and adults abused as children. Phone 463-4919. Sponsored by Mendocino County Child Sexual Abuse Treatment Program. BARBERSHOP HARMONY CHORUS, 7:30 p.m., Room 1, South Valley High School, 429 S. Dora St., Ukiah. (Exception: fourth Thursday, 8:15 p.m., after singing at hospitals.) Phone 462-2880 or 744-1336. CLEAN AND SOBER AA GROUP, gay and lesbian meeting at Lucky Deuce. Blue Bonnet Lane. Ukiah. Phone 463-1199 for information. SMOKELESS AA MEETING, 8 p.m., Senior Citizens Center, 497 Leslie St. FRIDAY TOASTMASTERS, 6:30 a.m.. Great Westerni Savings and Loan community room, 700 S. State St.. Ukiah. FELLOWSHIP GROUP AA MEETINGS, 8:30 a.m., 12 noon, 8 p.m.. 2205 S. State St. Call 463-1199. AEROBICS FOR WOMEN, Body and Soul, 9:15 to 10:15 a.m., Evangelical Free Church. 750 Yosemite Dr. STD (Sexually Transmitted Dl«e«»e) CLINIC, 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., Mendocino County Health Department offices, 890 Bush St, Ukiah. REDWOOD VALLEY TOPS (Take OH Pounds Senelbly), 9:30 a.m., First Baptist Church, Ellen Lynn (off West Road). Redwood Valley. Call 485-8260 or 743-1133. FAMILY PLANNING CLINIC, 9:30 a.m. to 3 p.m.. Mendocino County Health Department, 890 N. Bush St., Ukiah. SENIORS' WATER EXERCISE CLASS, 10 a.m., Municipal Park Pool, Walnut Street and Park Boulevard, in Todd Grove Park, Ukiah. BIBLE STUDY CLASS, 10 to 11 a.m.. Ukiah Senior Center board room, 495 Leslie St., Ukiah. Bring a Bible. SENIOR DAY CARE SERVICE for frail elderly, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., 640 Orchard Ave., Ukiah. For arrangements call 462-7207. GRACE HUDSON MUSEUM, open 10 a.m. to 4:30, 431 S. Main St., Ukiah. MENDOCINO COLLEGE COMMUNITY CHOIR, 12 noon, Room 1200, Classroom Building, campus, 1000 Hensley Creek Rd. OVEREATERS ANONYMOUS, 12 to 1 p.m.. 741 S. Oak St., in the rear. Phone 468-9120. LIQUID EMBROIDERY CLASS, 1-3 p.m.. Ukiah Senior Center recreation building, 495 Leslie St.. Ukiah. NARCOTICS ANONYMOUS, 6 to 7 p.m., 2181 S. State St. Ukiah. UKIAH GRANGE MEETING, 6:30 p.m., Grange Hall. 740 S. State St MARTIAL ARTS KARATE EXPLORER POST 213, sponsored by veterans, 7 to 8:30 p.m., Veterans Memorial Hall, comer of Seminary Avenue and Oak Street. Phone 462-0744. VETERANS OF FOREIGN WARS, 7:30 p.m.. Veterans Memorial building, comer of Seminary Ave. and Oak St., Ukiah. REDWOOD VALLEY GRANGE, 8 p.m., 8650 East Rd., Redwood Valley. For information call 462-0233. ALANON FAMILY GROUP, 8 p.m., 741 S. Oak St., behind the church. GRATITUDE GROUP AA MEETING, 8 p.m., 640 Orchard Ave., Ukiah. NARCOTICS ANONYMOUS, 8 to 9 p.m.. Willits Grange Hall. School Street, Willits. Phone 459-6482. NARCOTICS ANONYMOUS CANDLELIGHT MEETING, 9:30 to 10:30 p.m., 2181 S. State St. Let Your Pain Gremlin Go Fishing JAMBS R. CRUISE, MD Internal Medicine 462-1202 Pain Management Stress Reduction Sports Injuries Nutrition Preventive Medicine Ukiah Pain and Stress Reduction Center 234 B Hospital Drive, Ukiah Featuring: * Breakfast * Lunch Buffet Mon-Fri 11-2 £ Dim Sum Served 7am-2pm -tr American Dinners * Bar- Now Open * Cantonese Cuisine -. 1090 S. State St., Uk.ah 462-1221 IS Orders to go * Open 7 days a week 7am-1 Opm MENDOCINO COAST WOMEN'S HEALTH CENTO twOMJN:SJtEALJHCENT|R^yiEING^PATIENTS WILLITS AT 86 PLANNING SERVICES.

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