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PAGE 14 -- WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 2011 CLOVERDALE REVEILLE CLOVERDALE, CALIFORNIA FIDDLE FESTIVAL WAS LOTS OF FII00 Tom Clausen from San Jose and John Durbin from Fremont jam together at the 36th annual Old Time Fiddle Festival at the Citrus Fair. Max Spence of Redding and Kate Busey from Red Bluff came to Cloverdale Saturday and played with other musicians both young and old. Cloverdale Soroptimists Cindy Walter, left, Debbie Ward and Debbie Hand sell tickets to a chili lunch at this year's Fiddle Festival. Dorothy Marder, left, Sally Belford and Norma Trump from the Cloverdale Historical Society. Chelsea, Steve Hogle, from Healdsburg, Roxanne Kolbe and Mark Thayer sold beer and wine at the Cloverdale Fiddle Festival presented by the Cloverdale Historical Society. Eddy B from Corning, Jason Gross from Sebastopol and Jan Myers from Santa Rosa played and performed on the Jamming Stage for the enjoyment of all. Sharon Yepiz, Mary Jane Mittelstadt and Irene Coward, from Beta Sigma Phi Sorority served popcorn, sodas, cookies and other confections at the Fiddle Festival. YEAR FRI Feb. 4th & SAT Feb. 5th from Win your share of $20,0 in XtraCoin! Saturday, Feb. Sth starting at 11AM For every 200 points you earn, we'll give you a fortune cookie stuffed with up to SS00 in Xt aCmn| Limit 2 per guest, while supplies last. Saturday, Feb. Sth Start the New Year with at 8PM i th Pl y Cl b d g ,OU.NEX,IRE, EE.U-- ., ,O,,. O,EER .R lo n e a ers u an el: NEWPLAYERSCLUBMEMBERSONLY. FOODCOUPO. GOOD FOR $10 OFF ANY SINGLE MENU ITEM ON THE BAR Ik GRILL OR STEAKHOUSE MENU INCLUDING BUFFEt" OFFERINGS. One COUpOn per person, per day. Offer not valid with any other coupons, offers or romotions. HoplandSho-Ka-Wah Casl'no reservesthe fight to modify or discontinue this promotion without notice. No cash value. 007278* m mm m m m mm m m m m mm w m m m m m m Hopland " D 1 OKAWAH www.shokawah.com All event and promotional details ace subject to chune without notice. Persons under 21 years old entering the Casino must be accompanied by an adult. Management reserves all rights, Soroptimists Gall Pardini Plass, left, Debbie Ward, Patti Robarts and Sydney Sciaini serve up a delicious chili lunch to Fiddle Festival goers. The Fiddle Festival this year drew a larger crowd than in years past, perhaps in part to the excellent musicians performing on the jamming stage, a new addition to the festival this year. We thank the Cloverdale Historical Society, sponsors, competitors and the music lovers who came to be a part of this year's fiddle weekend. Erupci6n axaquena Friday, February 4th 9pm UFC 126 Saturday, February 5th 7pm COME JOIN GLOBAL MATERIALS FORA FREE E-WASTE P.EGYGLING EVENT SATU RDAY F E B RUARY 5TH 8AM-4 PM Cloverdale Citrus Fairgrounds 1 Citrus Fair Drive, Cloverdale Just offof HWY 101 RECYCLE YOUR ELECTRONICS, APPLIANCES AND AUTO BATTERIES FOR FREE FREE DROP-OFF: ArMhlna wl a Grad and Ar Amoun You 14avel Computers, TV's, Monitors, Loptops, all PC Parts & Components, Stereos, Cable Boxes, Phones, Satellite Dishes, Copiers, Printers, Scanners, any electronics you have with a cord. OTHER ITEMS All Household Appliances, Refrigerators, Wcehen and Dryers, Dish Washers, Microwaves, Stoves, Vacuums, & even Auto 13tefles. For Information Call: (707) 585-0511