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CLOVERDALE

Part-time school crossing guard sought

The City of Cloverdale is actively seeking a part-time school crossing guard.

The position is a split shift for a total of three hours per day Monday through Friday, according to the Cloverdale Unified School District’s instructional calendar. Candidates must be at least 18 years of age, able to communicate with motorists and pedestrians, be in good physical condition and have no felony convictions.

Interested persons are asked to contact the Cloverdale Police Department at 707-894-2150 for an application and complete information.

Donate blood, get a free slice of pizza, drink

Blood Centers of the Pacific is hosting a blood drive from 2 to 6 p.m. Sept. 13 at Papa’s Pizza Café, 105 N. Cloverdale Blvd. Everyone who donates will receive a free slice of pizza and a drink.

Reservations are required and can be made online at www.bloodheroes.com or by calling 888-393-GIVE.

Classic movies showing this month at Clover

The Clover Theater is showcasing a special series of classic movies during the month of September, beginning today with Martin Scorsese’s “Goodfellas,” starring Robert De Niro.

“Rebel Without a Cause,” starring James Dean, opens Saturday for three showings, followed by “Matrix,” with Keanu Reeves on Sept. 23 and “The Big Lebowski” with Jeff Bridges, John Goodman and Julianne Moore on Sept. 30.

For showtimes and ticket information, visit clovertheater.com.

GEYSERVILLE

Students invited to college, career day

Geyserville junior and senior high school students are invited to Windsor High School’s large and small gyms from 6-8 p.m. Wednesday.

Meet over 50 college and vocational career representatives to help guide your options and choices.

For more information, contact Jennifer Taddie at 707-837-7767 or jtaddie@wucd.org.

Boys & Girls Club registration begins

Geyserville Boys & Girls Club begins registration. Meet Ms. Jenny at the Boys & Girls Club each day at 2 p.m. to get your paper work completed.

The club provides safe and fun after-school programming for $10 a year.

HEALDSBURG

Adult softball league for ages 60 and older

Longtime Healdsburg attorney, activist and resident Gail Jonas has announced the formation of an active adult softball club for seniors 60 and older. The first gathering of the team, dubbed the Prune Pits, will be at 4:30 p.m. Wednesday at the Healdsburg Elementary School, 400 First St.

Anyone interested can sign up with the city by calling 707-431-3324. The fee is $5.

Practice will continue at the same time and place until further notice. Whiffle balls and bats will be provided. The practice is a trial run to find out if there is interest for a spring and summer club.

Cheerleaders also are welcome, according to a press release. Jonas invites seniors to come out, get to know their neighbors and have a good time.

WINDSOR

Perfect time to clean up your garage, yard

Single-family residential customers of Windsor Refuse and Recycling can dispose up to six total cubic yards of solid waste, recyclables, clean wood, waste and scrap metal during the Fall Community Cleanup from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Sept. 14-16 at the town’s Corporation Yard across from Windsor High School, 8400 Windsor Road.

Residents must provide a copy of the Fall Community Cleanup flyer received in the mail or a driver’s license with a valid Windsor address.

Bins will be available for household garbage, clean wood waste, yard waste, scrap metal and non-freon appliances.

Freon appliances (freezers, refrigerators, and air conditioners) and mattresses can be picked up at your residence for a fee and by appointment only. Call 707-586-5545 to make an appointment.

Tires, hazardous waste (paint, oil, solvents, batteries, microwaves, electronic waste), pressure-treated wood and concrete also will not be accepted during the cleanup at the corporation yard.