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PAGE 14- WEDNESDAY, FEB 11,2009 €, CLOVERDALE REVEILLE • CLOVERDALE, CALIFORNIA Local history topic of next meeting Daniel Murley, curator of the Healdsburg Museum, is currently doing research for a book centered in western North America in the year 1841. At the Cloverdale Historical Soci- ety's February Program Meeting Mr. Murley will share images and research from that project focusing on northern California from 1841 to about 1850. He was a State Park Ranger at Fort Ross State Historic Park, Folsom Lake and in Marin County before pursuing a career in Museum Studies. Murley has worked at the Healdsburg Museum since 2003 and we have enjoyed his programs several times in Clover- dale. The program meeting will be held Tuesday, Feb. 17 at the Li- brary, beginning at 7 p.m. and fol- lowed by refreshments. Guests are welcome at all CHS program meet- ings. For more information contact the Society office at 894-2067. SPEND 2 WEEKS DEMONSTRATING OR 6 YEARS Pictured are Shirley Black, President of Friends of Cloverdale Library, left, Duffy Hudson as "Edgar Allan Poe" and Jane Snibbe, Secretary of Friends of the Cloverdale Library. REGRETTING YOUR Edgar Allan Poe visits library Friends of the Cloverdale Library sponsored a one-man dramatiza- tion of the life and work of Edgar. Allan Poe by performer Duffy Hud- son on Friday, Jan. 30 in the Pat Hare Community Room at the Clo- verdale Regional Library. The event was enjoyed by the standing room only audience. Friends of the Library encourag- es people to "stay tuned" for more coming events at the library. They will.'also sponsor entertainment, Feb. 21, from 4 to 6 p.m.to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the library in its present location. The 4th Street New Orleans Jazz Band from Santa Rosa will perform (think Mardi Gras music). The annual spring art show is scheduled for May 2 - 30th, with the Artists' Reception from 6 to 8 M ENDOCINO/00E J0000JDtOLOGY UKIAH Qualified individuals may take a state of the art 756 S. 00RAST. hearing aid home with no obligation to buy! 463-2966 I I I p.m. on May 2. Other planned events sponsored by Friends of the Cloverdale Li- brary in the Pat Hare Community Room are: Joe Armstrong, featuring stories and music on Monday, March 23rd, at 7 p.m. and Peter Fletcher, play- ing classical guitar on Friday, May 15 at 3 p.m. Friends will also sponsor a chil-: dren's program, Dan Chan, Magi L cian on April 15 from 2 to 3 p.m. Sonoma County Library wil- sponsor a Master Gardener Serie on Saturday, Feb. 21 and again on March 28, from 10 a.m: to 12 p.m. on each of those two dates in the = Pat Hare Community Room. ;' Information on these scheduled events is available at the library. - Shirley Black , Financial seminar set Dolph Green, CFP, Edward Jones Financial Advisor, will host a free • seminar titled "Managing Your Re- tirement Income" on Thursday, Feb. 19 from 6-7:30 p.m. at Ruth McGowan's Brewpub. Lane O'Conner, a representative from MetLife Investors Company will be a guest speaker atthe event. Call Dolph or Kristin at 894-0277 to reserve your seat today. Dirmer will be served. Debbie's W W W Exclusive New Member Offer Free Play Join the Coyote Club and all new members will receive $ I0 Free Play. Valid only for new sign ups. Present this coupon at the Coyote Club booth. Offer expires 2.28.09 COYOTE VALLEY CASINO --"- Employee No. & Initials $ • Cloverdale Pharmacy has moved to its new larger location at 790 S. Cloverdale Blvd., next door to Ace Hardware. The new 3000 sq. ft. location allows Cloverdale Phar- macy to expand its greeting card department, its cosmetic depart- ment and offer a wider range of merchandise. Owner Fred Besio and his staff, Francisca Espinoza, Josie Santana and Blanca Solis in- vite you to pay a visit and check the new store out. They even carry a selection of kids games and infant and toddler cloing. • The pharmacy s recent affiliation with Heath Mart@ allows Cloer- dale Pharmacy to take advantag of savings and buying power much like large chain drug stores can do. They are also able to offer specials and discounts that small indepen- dent pharmacies often cannot. For more information either stop by or call 894-4414. • After 12 years in business in Clo- verdale and 10 years at the same location Wade Rowley, owner of Asti Kennels/K-9 Academy has moved his business from N. Clo- verdale Blvd. to his new facility south of Sandholro Lane. Rowley's facility is newly renovated and there are more improvements un- derway. Asti Kennels/K-9 Acade- my offers kenneling, day care and obedience training. For more infor- mation call 953-4526 or 894-2624. • Cloverdale travel professional Craig Smith, owner of Cloverdale Travel recently achieved Commo- dore status in the Cunard Academy training program, certifying him as a Cunard Line expert for booking travel' on the company's flagship Queen Mary 2 and the newest liner, Queen Victoria. Smith completed 25 required and elective classes covering worldwide destinations, on-board programs and customer service skills. He also completed Princess academy courses and has achieved Commodore status with Princess Cruises. Jan Swartz, Sr. Vice President of Customer Service and Sales for Presented by Jeff and Tina "rate JUSTA BUMP IN THE ROAD? Shock absorbers do more than provide a vehicle with a comfortable ride. They are an integral part of the finely tuned suspen- sion that is designed to keep the vehicle stable and predictable during cornering, to maximize tire grip during driving and brak- ing, to protect the vehicle from hard jolts, and to dampen road irregularities that might adversely affect vehicle dynamics. They exert a marked influence on steering response, tracking, lane-change maneu- vers, braking, and the performance of anti- lock brakes. Thus, shocks are as much about safety as they are comfort, Unfortu- nately, shocks usually lose their effective- ness so gradually that it is hard to detect. Because the "bounce test" is only indica- tive of complete failure, a complete inspec- tion is necessary HINT: Automobile owners often over- look the importance of shock absorbers Clowdale Pharmacy owner Fred Besio, left, and employees Francisca Espinoza, Josie Santana d Blanca Soils invite you to come in and see their new, larger location at 790 S. CloverdalJvd., next door to Ace Hardware. The new location offers a broader range of merchandise and plenty of parking. : Cunard adds," ' Trave professionals who reach this top ',evel in our Academy program hae o_ompleted hours of course work to become an expert on the company's legacy, traditions and unique voyage expe- rience and can provide their clients the opportunity to be a part of an iconic Cunard travel adventure.';-- For more information contact Craig Smith at Cloverdale Travel, 129 N. Cloverdale Blvd. or call 894- 5284. You can email him at craig@cloverdaletravel.com • Redwood Credit Union (RCU) has been ranked 1st in SBA lending for Sonoma County for the 4th quarter 2008. The credit union add- ed SBA lending to their suite of small business services in April of last year, the first credit union to offer SBA lending. According to RCU's Michael Downer, Vice Pres-; ident of Business Services, "The SBA. programs allow us to serve" small businesses who might not. otherwise qualify for traditional. loans, so that they can build their: businesses and prosper." • Studio 128 in Geyserville just cel-il ebrated its first anniversary. Owner i and stylist, Mia Munsel!e, long-, time resident of Healdsburg and now a Cloverdale resident says, "I am overjoyed by the warm re- sponse the salon has been given from th residents and businesses of Geysewillle, Cloverdale and Healdsburg. As a specia thank you, Studio 128 is offering $10 off all women's hair services ad $5 off all men's hair services during the month of February to new and loyal clients. King's Kastle pet care not a kennel because their function is not well under- stood Because worn shock absorbers can lead to problems in multiple systems, it's important that you get your car checked regularly. At our shop, our friendly ASE- certified technicians can provide the proper preventative maintenance that's vital to keeping you car running smoothly and safely. A preventative maintenance appointment today can save you big :and expensive repair appointment later on down the road. If you want to schedule an appointment, call us today. We are open from 8am to 5pro Monday thru Frid Your dealership a/ternative since 2001. Jeff and Tina Tate are the owners of Cloverdale Automotive & Tires, /ocated at 210 So, C/overda/e Blvd., Downtown C/overda/e , 707.894-1072 King's Kastle is a fulI service pet care facility and not a kennel as de- fined kennel facility standards. Our new location, at 1215 S. Cloverdale Blvd., directly across from Star- bucks, is climate controlled, offer- ing over 3500 square feet of indoor play space for our guests and very large outdoor play areas with a va- riety of toys, activities, and comfort- able landscaping to make the best of our guests' day. We offer "open-social" boarding for your dog while you are away. "Open-social" means "No Cages." A human being is present and su- pervising all of our guests 24 hours per day, 7 days a week. We do not put them in a cage or kennel at night, turn off the lights, and go home. We literally stay with the dogs at all times. Our indoor area is furnished with couches, beds, pillows, television, blankets, radio, treadmills, and plenty of TLC. Outdoors we offer tunnels to explore, ball play, splash pools, comfortable landscaping, the ocassional bird chasing, and other dog specific fun venues. King's Kas- tie is equipped to accommodate large and small dogs, and we are non-breed discriminatory. Since dogs do not recogmze themselves as large or small, all dogs at King's Kastle are allowed to inter-mix and socialize. However, we do have separate indoor and outdoor spaces to accommodate small or geriatric Pets receive excellent treatment atKing's Kastle care facility in Cloverdale. guests if the need arises. Our easy freeway access pl;o:; vides the convenience of dropp off your dog on your way to wor and pick-up on your way home. Complimentary pick-up and deliv- ery is available to local residents. Tours are available by appoint- ment and drop in tours are avail- able every Saturday and Sunday from 1p.m.-3 p.m. Check out our website: www.kingskastlellc.com (which is now a work in progress). Now Accepting New Clients for Dog Day Care, Grooming and Boarding! • Climate Controlled Indoor Play Zone • Large Outdoor Play Zones • Summer Water Play • Daily Activities • 24 Hour Human Supervision • Local Pick Up and Delivery Service • Member National Pet Sitters Association • Convenient Location with Easy Freeway Access Drop In Tours Available Sat. & Sun., 1 p,m.-3 p.m. 1215 S. Cloverdale Blvd.- 707 894-5785 Dog Rehabilitation & Socialization Center King's Kastle