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PAGE 8 -- WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 2011 CLOVERDALE REVEILLE • CLOVERDALE, CALIFORNIA Expert While You Wait Repairs Watch Batteries • Top $ for Gold Quality • Affordable • Nice Folks Exclusive Hearts & Arrow Diamond Dealer Formerly of Earthworks for 20 years 462-0907 ,, / Tues- Fri 11 am- 4 pm .. %- ~ j . .......... • ... ........... Sat. 11 am 3 p 118 S. State St. Ukiah ........ • Brakes ~I~’;$N ~ DPm’~;’ • Tune-Ups All ~Tork • Timing Belts • CV Joints Guaranteed • 0il Change & Lube • Fuel Injection Service • A.C. Repairs & Conversions 101 N. Cloverdale Blvd. ASE Master Tech Furniture Select from dozens of styles anad hundreds of fabrics reasonable " 707 8944080 no sew Soroptimist International of Clo- verdale and the Relief Society of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Cloverdale Ward recently combined efforts to make no sew fleece blankets to be distributed to various organizations. Soroptimist clubs across the state are making and distributing these fleece blankets in support of a young woman who was presented with the Soroptimist Violet Rich- ardson Award. Violet Richardson was the first president of the first Soroptimist club founded in 1921 in Oakland, CA. The award honors young women for volunteer action. Sarah Williams, a girl scout in Pleasanton working on her Gold Award, was reading "Hope's Boy," a memoir written by Andrew Bridge about his childhood in fos- ter care, and was so touched by the story that she wanted to do some- thing to help those less fortunate foster children. She used the story as her inspiration and formed Cre- ative Kindness to make fleece blan- kets for foster children through the non-profit Foster a Dream. The blankets are made from 1 ½ yards of fleece with knotted borders. The combined efforts of the Clo- verdale Soroptimists and the Clo- verdale Ward Relief Society produced 47 fleece blankets during a workshop hosted by the Relief So- ciety on Jan. 22. As Soroptimist club members continue to work on blan- kets the final number of blankets Pictured in the photo standing from left back row, Debbie Ward, President Cloverdale Soroptimist, Relief Society members Liz Juvet and Betty Cooper, Soroptimist members Colleen Holbohm and Gail Pardini-Plass, Relief Society members Elaine Braithwaite, Rachel AIIred, Roxanne Jewel, Francis McKenna, and Soroptimist Gloria Higginson. Seated left to right Relief Society members Kathy Fry, Noni Andrews, Jeri McKean, Julie Daley, Marilyn AIIred and Becci Anderson. Not pictured are Relief Society members Rachel Adams and Kelly Mortensen and Soroptimist Stephanie Mittelstadt. will grow. Half of the blankets will be distributed locally, and half of the blankets will be presented to Sarah at the Soroptimist Founder Region Conference in Rohnert Park on May 1. Cloverdale Soroptimists wish to thank the Relief Society of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Cloverdale Ward for their generosity and support. Together we can make a difference. For more information about So- roptimist visit the Cloverdale So- roptimist website at and the So- roptimist International of the America's website at To learn more about the no-sew fleece blan- kets speak with any Soroptimist member or contact Stephanie Mit- telstadt at 894-5368. -Stephanie Mittelstadt | ANIMAL H()SPH*AL ()F ~ V" CLO t:,RDAI I February is National Pet r3 Dental Health Month Schedule a dental cleaning for the month of February and receive $40 off our already low clinic prices! Call for Appointment! 894-3951 C LOVERDA S! NB SUP DATES BY NEENAHANCHETT Patty Norton, owner of Eagle's Nest Deli & Grill. Iverson of Main Street Spa demonstrated the new SunFX spray tanning she now offers. It features a naturally Eagle's Nest new Debbie based sunless tanning solution. Clients, friends, and associates, pictured above, were invited last Thursday to learn more about the tanning system and related skin care products. Through the month of February, Iverson is offering spray tans for $25. Debbie's daughter Kelsi, in the swimsuit, was the model for the SunFX demonstrations. www. aldmalhospit • This month's Cloverdale Chamber mixer has been resched- uled for Thursday, Feb. 24 from 5:30 to 7 p.m. at Eagle's Nest Dell in downtown Cloverdale. This is an opportunity to network with other business owners, managers and or- ganizations. There is no charge to attend, but please bring several business cards to participate in mix- er raffles. For more information call Neena Hanchett at 894-3339. • Jeannlne Pendelton, a Clover- dale resident for the past 12 years, is now an Arbonne Independent Consultant. 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Ukiah's Grace Hudson Museum continues its magnificent display of California Indian baskets from the State Parks collection. An upcom- ing museum public program will further extend audiences' knowl- edge of California Indian basketry by focusing on tribal weaving traditions in- digenous to the south- ern part of the state. On Saturday, Feb. 12, basketry scholar Ralph Shanks will offer an illustrated lecture that compares South- • The financial-services firm Ed- ward Jones ranked No. 11 on FOR- TUNE magazine's "100 Best Companies to Work For 2011" list in its 12th appearance on the presti- gious list, according to Edward Jones financial advisor in the Clo- verdale area, Dolph Green. Ed- ward Jones also ranked No. 2 for large-sized companies and was the highest ranking financial-services firm. Edward Jones' 12 FORTUNE rankings also include top 10 finish- es for eight years and consecutive No. 1 rankings in 2002 and 2003 and consecutive No. 2 rankings in 2009 and 2010. The full list and re- lated stories appear in the Feb. 7 issue of FORTUNE and now at Each Edward Jones branch office includes one financial advisor and one branch office administrator who work one-on-one with clients in the communities where those cli- ents live. For more information about Ed- ward Jones in the Cloverdale area, please contact Dolph Green, in Cloverdale located at 231 N. Clo- verdale Blvd., 894-0277. weekend breakfast is up with the chickens On any early Saturday or Sunday morning along Cloverdale Boule- vard, it may be quiet and dark out- side, but Patty Norton, owner of The Eagle's Nest, is already in the restaurant hard at work as she pre- pares the fresh batter for both the pancakes and her special home- made biscuits and gravy--using her Aunt Vera's secret recipe, handed down in the traditional family manner, generation to gen- eration. "I want the fresh ingredients to be prepared just before we use them so they taste great, so I have to be here pretty early--and so far, it's been a very popular decision to open for breakfast," says Norton. She reports that the most popular item on the breakfast menu has been her chicken-fried steak, which, along with that homemade gravy, seems pretty tempting as an alternative to eating breakfast at home. While lunch is always a staple in the daily business, breakfast is served on weekends only, from 8 to 11 a.m. on both Saturdays and Sun- days.-Ken Knight Hudson ern California Indian basketry traditions with those of Central and Northern Califor- nia. The lecture begins at 2 p.m. at the Grace Hudson Museum and will be followed by a reception and signing of Shanks' newly-published book, "California Indian Baskets: San Di- ego to Santa Barbara and Beyond to the San Joaquin Valley, Mountains, and Deserts." Shanks has previous- ly published a volume focusing on the basketry traditions of Central California and is now working on a companion volume about the bas- ketry of Northern California Indian thick fudge frosting and ,candy sprinkles top this delicious :: ........ peoples. Shanks has conducted re- search in the field for over two de- cades with the nation's foremost scholars as well as with California Indian weavers and elders. He and his wife, photographer and conser- vationist Lisa Woo Shanks, are co- authors of "North American Indian Travel Guide,"a comprehensive guide to Native American cultural events nationwide. Attendees to this program will be able to view (or re-view) the Muse- um's current exhibition, "American Masterpieces: The Artistic Legacy of California Indian Basketry," on display until Feb. 27, 2011. The Grace Hudson Museum is a part of the City of Ukiah's Community Ser- vices Department. For more infor- mation contact the Grace Hudson Museum at 467-2836 or go to The Grace Hudson Museum is at 431 South Main Street in Ukiah.