Key Club makes food bank donation
The Cloverdale High School Key Club recently presented a check for $2,863 to the Redwood Empire Food Bank in support of North Bay fire victims.
Students placed collection canisters in 30 businesses throughout the community and set up a table in front of Ray’s Food Place on several occasions to ask for donations. They also sponsored a donation drive with the high school student body.
Papa’s Pizza Café acknowledged their efforts by providing pizzas for a party at the high school honoring the students who donated the most money during the campus drive.
Booster club hosting alumni game
Eagle Pride Boosters Club, assisted by the Girls Basketball Program, is hosting the second annual Alumni Basketball Game at 5 p.m. on Friday, December 22 in the boys’ gym at Cloverdale High School.
Organizers are currently looking for players to fill the four designated teams: Alumni, Teachers/Coaches, Police/Fire/EMT, and City Workers/Service Clubs/Boys & Girls Club.
Interested parties can sign up online at https://tinyurl.com/ycah7xm3.
Doctor joins physician’s group
The Healdsburg District Hospital added Dr. Alice Tse to the Healdsburg Physician’s Group at 1312 Prentice Drive. Tse has 18 years of experience in family medicine, caring for patients of all ages, particularly adolescents to adults.
Most recently, Tse worked with Kaiser Permanente Medical Group in Santa Rosa. She has worked with facilities as far away as rural Alaska.
Tse is certified through the American Board of Family Medicine. She is a graduate of Cornell University, and earned her medical degree from Mount Sinai School of Medicine in New York. She served her residency at Brown University’s Department of Family Medicine at Memorial Hospital of Rhode Island.
The Healdsburg District Hospital covers the North Sonoma County Healthcare District, including Healdsburg, Windsor, Geyserville, Cloverdale and the Alexander Valley.
Program to present ‘White Christmas’
The apprentice program of Roustabout Theater at the Luther Burbank Center for the Arts will present Irving Berlin’s classic holiday musical “White Christmas” Dec. 15-17.
While the stage and space used by the award-winning training program for student actors, singers and dancers was spared, all of their props, costumes and technical equipment were lost in the recent fires.
Several Roustabout family members and alumni also lost their homes, including the one that housed wines poured at the shows for fundraising efforts.
In addition to replacing the props and sound equipment, clothing that would lend itself to theatrical productions, such as overcoats, suits, tuxedos, fancy dresses, fur wraps and hats, is also needed.
Anyone wanting to help can either contact Roustabout Theater Director Clark Lewis at 236-2433 or make a tax-deductible donation through their website at roustabout-theater.org.