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CLOVERDALE REVEILLE, CLOVERDALE, CALIFORNIA • WEDNESDAY, FEB. 11,2009 -- Page 7 Callingall quilters for newdisplay There is a new opportunity for local area quilt makers to display the quilts they have lovingly made at our library. The idea has floated around for a few years and it has reached the point where it really will happen. We can hang an exhib- it of quilts this month! The exact date is not definite yet, but it could be as early as Feb. 11. Given the fact of some quilts are being entered in the Citrus Fair, it is hoped that the library display can be hung after quilts entered in the fair are back home and available then for the li- brary exhibit, however it might have to be the Feb. 11 date. The hope is that the quilt display will be in place before the party on Feb. 21, to celebrate 30 years in the current building. The anniversary party will feature some lively music and other goodies. The plan is that there will also be a very nice quilt exhibit. The quilts will be hung high enough in the library that people can see and admire them, but can- not touch them. Some contacts have been made via email, but there are quilters in and around Cloverdale who have not been contacted via email. To anyone interested in this exciting new option, if you have not re- ceived an email from Shirley Black about the pending display, please call her at 894-5954 to discuss this SINK LAW OFFICE TRUSTS, ESTATE8  REAL PROPERTY THOMAS REED SINK* MARY PAYNE SINK *" CERTIFIED SPECIALIST IN ESTATE PLANNING, TRUST AND PROBATE LAW STATE BAR OF CALIFORNIA BOARD OF LEGAL SPECIALIZATION 144 SOUTH CLOVERDALE BLVD. CLOVERDALE • (707) 894-3941 SINKLAW@SABER.NET • WWW.SINKLAWOFFICE.COM PA’lJFI£ A00TO WORKS • Brakes P;$N & DlelWCff;e • Tune-Ups All Work • Timing Belts • CV Joints Guaranteed ASE Master Tech " 0i' Change & Lube 894"3614 • Fuel Injection Service • A.C. Repairs & Conversions 101 N. Cloverdale Blvd. The Tech For Me MEN'S CLEARANCE SALE THE DOCTOR IS IN New Patienf3 Welcome ParLial List ot: Services Primary Health Care Emergency Care Preventive Health Care OB/GYN Care Immunizations Confidential Teen Services Laboratory Services Pre-Employment Physicals Individual Counseling Family Counseling Chronic Pain Groups Chronic Disease Groups Hypnotherapy Sports Physicals Alexander Vall%l Re00onal Me.00ical Cnfr 6 Tarman Dr, Cloverdale Mon - Fri 8=5, Sat 9-5 707-894-4229 Dedicated to Communitq Health the development of each individual helps these young people become all they are capable of being. That is what makes the Youth of the Year progra m an effective year-round development program for all mem- bers. It is at the Club level that the Youth of the Year program has its greatest impact in developing young people. The Youth of the Year program gives our members the experience of a lifetime and the chance to be that special individual who embod- ies the finest qualities possessed by Boys & Girls Club members throughout the country. Each month, the Club celebrates one particular member. These were the Club's Youths of the Month for this past year: February 2008- Col- ten Peterson, March 2008- Nichoel Martinez, April 2008- Maci Hernan- dez, May 2008- Alyssa Mathison, June 2008- Catalina Gonzalez, July 2008- Naomi Cells, August 2008- Lovelynn Gonzales, September 2008- Jordan Cramer, October 2008- Ivan Jimenez, November 2008- Axay Patel, December 2008- Ash- lyn Delfino and January 2009- Jun- ior Campos. -Tami Cramer Specializing in the Cloverdale and Healdsburg Areas :ii!iiiiiii!iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii!iiiiii!i! COLLEEN TYLER "Satisfaction Guaranteed/'" SPADONI CCOMPANY REALTY . 894-5437 rice by calling 894-4470. All ven- dors must also become members of the Cloverdale Certified Farmer's Market. The Cloverdale Certified Farm- er's Market is located on Clover- dale Blvd. adjacent to the Downtown Plaza where the free Friday Night Live music series takes place. For further information or to re- serve a location, please contact the Cloverdale Certified Farmer's Mar- ket Manager, Loretta Baker at 894- 9454 gifts and fine footwear for men and women BORN • (:::LARKS • NAOT • KEEN • TEVA • JOSEF SEIBEL 120 B West Standley Street Historic Downtown Ukiah 463-6933 Open seven days a week! Prime Sonoma Wine Country Locations iiiiiiii!i!iiiiiiiiii!ii!i!i!!!i!11i!ii!iii!iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii}iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii! Nominal Opening Bids Start at: $50,000 GEYSERVILLE, CA • 100 School House Ln New mixed-use commercial center with residential condos built in 2007. Building style compliments the current downtown's eclectic multi-era construction styles, while retaining a sense of modern quality. Ample parking available for the 11 total units - four residential and seven commercial. The 19,000+/- sf complex is on the site of the old Geyserville High School, at Geyserville Ave and School House Ln. Inspections: 10am-lpm Feb 6th, 14th and 15th & 2 hours before sale. Sells: 11am Mon, Feb 16th 5% Buyer's Premium IM - CA RE UC 26'559 KEN $WITZER BROKER Nominal Opening Bid: $100,000 HEALDSBURG, CA • 515 Tucker St 1905 Queen Anne Victorian on an intimate street in the heart of wine country. Current layout offers separate living quarters with 1,500+/- sf upstairs, including 2BR 1BA, as well as 1,500+/- sf downstairs with 2BR 2BA. A detached single family dwelling behind it has 2BR 2BA, attached one-car garage plus yard and beautiful redwood tree. As a bonus, there is a separate detached studio with full bath as well as a detached two-car garage. All units reside on a 17,000+/- sf lot. Open house: 10am-lpm Feb 6th, 14th and 1Sth & 2 hours before sale. Sells: lpm Mon, Feb 16th 800.801.8003 WILLIAMS & WILLIAMS BID ONLINE DURING THE LIVE AUCTIONI worldwide real estate auction Ready for a Change? Want a Country Setting? Small Class Size? Dedi- cated and Friendly Staff? On Site Day Care? Well then come and Enroll at Geyserville Elementary School. Wednesday, Feb. 25, is the official date for Kindergarten registration for the 2009-2010 school year at Geyserville Elementary School. It would be very helpful to have all new Kindergarten students register on or before that date. OnWednesday, Feb. 25, Geyserville Elementary School will be hosting Kindergarten Registration and Orientation Day from 2 p.m. until 3 p.m. The children will have the opportunity to meet the teachers and partici- pate in activities experienced in a Kindergarten classroom. The parents will have the opportunity to complete the paperwork for registration in the Multipurpose Room. At the time of registration, parents must bring with them the following documents: • The child's Birth Certificate with raised seal from the County. (Child must turn 5 yrs. old on or before Dec. 2, 2009.) • The child's Immunization Card with month, d_Ky_ & year of each immunization. • Proof of a Dental Examination. We can't wait to see and meet you on Wednesday, Feb. 25. Geyserville Elementary School enrollment Feb.25 On Feb. 20, the Boys & Girls Club of Cloverdale will present its first annual Youth of the Year Celebra- tion. A pasta dinner (provided by Hamburger Ranch) will be enjoyed by all. Ask any Youth of the Year how he or she achieved this honor, and he/she will tell you that a staff member at the Club made the dif- ference. They will tell you how Club staff supported them, coached them and encouraged them. Every Club professional has the power to develop within all members the qualities of sound character, lead- ership and willingness to serve. These are the qualities that make a Youth of the Year. They are also some of the most important quali- ties young people need to realize their full potential as productive, responsible and caring citizens. Whether a Club member actually goes on to become Youth of the Year, the time and effort invested in Boys & Girls Club of Cloverdale to celebrateYouth oftheYe r weekend. The derby is held on Saturday, Feb. 14 at 12:30 p.m, in the Main Auditorium. Contestants include: Harrison Linklater, left, with his morn, Elle Linklater; and Emma Martinez, pictured with mom Patricia Martinez. great new opportunity. Shirley Black Vendors now The Amateur Talent Show at this " '  -%;n'sou'* weekend's Cloverdale Citrus Fair will be held on Saturday, Feb. 14 at 12:30 p.m. in the Main Auditorium. The four age Farmers Market divisions include Tiny (4-8), Junior ( 9- The Cloverdale Certified Farm- 12),Teen(13-17),andAdult(18andover). er's Market has space available for Participants rehearsed last Friday at the vendors at its Friday evening mar- main auditorium at the Citrus Fair. ket. The market which begins Fri- day, June 12, 2009 and runs through Friday, Sept.11, 2009, welcomes Young talent plays growers, producers and craftspeo- ple. Since this is a certified farm an important role market, growers and producers must register and receive a Certi- in the many well fled Producers Certificate from the Sonoma County Agricultural Com- missioner. An application may be known fair events downloaded from www.sonoma- county.org/agcomm. The "Baby Derby" is a popular event at' Applications are also available the a0verdale Citrus Fair coming up this from the Chamber of Commerce of- williamsauction.com/sonoma