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D-D-S Clear,rater Lodge NOW OPEN ! Page 8, Cloverdalo Re vellle, March 5, 1997 Heron Days Celebration set for April 12th ons. Cost for the boat trip is a $10 donation per person, and reser- vations are required. The boat trips are not recom- mended for children under the age of 10, said Lyons. To make a reservation, call the Lake Coun- ty Visitor Information Center, (707)263-9544 or (800)525-3743. Unsafe lake conditions will can- cel the boat trips, but full re- funds are guaranteed. A new feature for the celebra- tion this year is a sight-seeing tour aboard the Clear Lake Queen, the recently launched steambdat paddle wheeler. Guests will have an opportu- nity to tour the west shore of Clear Lake as the Queen travels from Soda Bay past Clear Lake State Park. Audubon members will be on board to point outand identify birdlife on the lake and along the shore. The Clear Lake Queen excur- sion is scheduled for 9 am to 11 am. It is designed to allow par- ticipants enough time to drive from Soda Bay to Anderson Marsh State Historic park to enjoy the planned slide shows and an afternoon hike, said Ly- ons. Cost for the Clear Lake Queen sight-seeing tour is $15 per per- son, and advanced reservations are required. To make a reserva- tion, call (707)994-5432. At the state park., hikes will be leaving at 9 am, 11 am and 3 pm from the Anderson Ranch. Audubon members will lead visitors on the nature walks through the park habitat to view herons and other wildlife. From 10 am to 2 pm, Heron Days visitors to the ranch will have an opportunity to view three slide shows and hear about the state park. Abirdidentification slide show will be presented at 10 am at the park's south barn facility. It will be followed by an 11 am presentation by Ranger Tom Nixon, who will talk about Anderson Marsh State Historic Park. At 1 pm heron expert Phil- ip L. Greene of Point Reyes will present a slide show and lecture on Great Blue Herons. Don Yoder of the California Blue Bird Recovery Program will give a slide show and lecture starting at 2 pm. The Anderson Marsh Inter- pretive Association will host vis- itors to the historical ranch house between 10 am and 4 pm. Refreshments and special des- serts will be available for pur- chase from association members. The Audubon Society will sell coffee the morning of the event, and visitors may bring their own lunches, purchase hot dogs and soda from the Audubon Society, Boat trips in Anderson Marsh, nature walks, and tours of a his- torical ranch house will high- light the third annual Heron Days celebration, scheduled for Saturday, April 12, at Anderson Marsh State Historic Park, High- way 53 between Lower Lake and Clearlake. The Redbud Audubon Society and the Lake County Land Trust, with help from the Anderson Marsh Interpretive Association, are sponsoring the event. "Heron Days is a celebration of nature with the goal to acquaint local residents and visitors with the abundant wildlife resources of Anderson Marsh and the Clear Lake area," said Roberta Lyons, president of the Redbud Audu- ben Society and chairperson of the Heron Days events. Pontoon boats will be leaving from Redbud Park, Clearlake, at 9 am, 11 am and 1 pm for tours of Anderson Marsh and Cache Creek. A great Blue Heron rook- ery (nesting site) is located in the marsh, and the great blues are common sights, said Lyons. Other birds that may be seen include Western anal Clark's Grebes, Green Herons, Red- winged Blackbirds, and Black- crowned Night Herons. "Besides the wildlife, the scenic vistas and peacefulness of the marsh make the trip worthwhile," said Ly- or purc'le lunch in the nearby communitsof Lower Lake and Clearlake. \\; "We are looking forward to sharing the beauty and fascinat- ing wildlife of Anderson Marsh and Clear Lake with those par- ticipating in this event," said Lyons. In the case of heavy rain April 12, Heron Days activities will be rescheduled to April 19. To obtain additional informa- tion about Lake County Heron Days, calls Lyons at (707)994- 2024. For information about lodg- ing, camping, and other special events in the area, call the Lake County Visitor Information Cen- ter at (707)263-9544 or (800)525- 3743. The event will take place Sat- urday, April 12, from 9 am to 4 pm at the Anderson Marsh State Historic Park and Clear Lake. Admission is free; boat trips-$10 donation; Clear Lake Queen tour-S15. Fiesta Travel makes your travel dreams come true! Richard Gutlerrez can help you with all your travel needs. If you are planning to take a trip, whether it be to the Orient, Europe, Hawaii, Mexico or anyplace in the world, Fiesta Travel is the place to begin your shopping for the best deal. There are no additional fees, no hidden charges and yes we are local. We are located at 120 East First Street and have been in Cloverdale since 1989. The services that we offer, besides airline tickets which are the same as offered by the Airlines and sometimes even less due to the flexibility of our computerized system, are Amtrak and other rail tickets, customized tours, cruises, hotel reservations, car rentals, moneygram service, passport photos and above all courteous personal service. Ask about our Bridal Registry for those planning to get married and cannot afford the honeymoon of their dreams. We like to consider ourselves fulfillers of dreams. For business travelers our service can't be beat, we deliver, too. We appreciate your continual patronage and if you haven't yet been in to see us, drop by and say hello. Richard Gutierrez has been in the travel business for 15 years, and has owned and operated Fiesta Travel since 1989. CLOVERDALE HISTORICAL SOCIETY' Excerpt from Cloverdale Reveille, "Towns are made" "Many have an idea that to'ns grow because a nec, exists. They think that it makes no difference what people make, no odds what steps are taken to boom a matter what sort of people dwell in a town, the place will natural advantages are sufficiently attractive and men something by living there. The fact is most towns are made, they do not grow. They up through the energetic efforts of the people who desire town pushed on. Take 50 small towns and two or three of these in time large and important places while the others move alon old rut. The town that goes ahead is driven onward by its The men of the town see that a line of railroad will the road is built; they mark that a bridge is needed to and the bridge is constructed. They observe that a flour mill, or a cannery or a woolen proven a drawing card in some other town, and they money to have one of their own. A newspaper is a necessity and the money is raised to paper. A church or school house is needed, or will draw morei and the building is soon erected. In this manner the town is constantly being editor desires to get up a fine edition of his paper, showin enterprising men and these men put their hands into their and pay for the work. Look the state over, this portion at least and see, thousands, where would you place it. Would it be in a town no money is spent in advertising, in booming, in up and driving forward? No indeed, you would go to the locality where the are wide awake, alert, full of drive and push and energy. So a town is made, it does not grow of its own accord, but by the well directed efforts of its leading citizens." And in our town of Cloverdale, volunteers play a big keeping the town moving forward. How nice for Millie Citrus Fair Parade Grand Marshall to be representing Cloverdale's many volunteers and thank you. Geyserville Community Blood Blood Bank of the Redwoods will be in Geyserville for a nity blood drive on Friday, March 7 from 4 to 7 pm at the Hall. All donors will receive a complimentary dinner, Dennis Clary. Blood Bank of the Redwoods is in critical need of all Please support your community through giving blood. bank is experiencing a shortage of blood donations and is i hopes that the Geyserviile Blood Drive will help out community's blood needs. Donors must be at least 17 (there is no upper age limit), be in good health (free of symptoms), bring picture ID, and have eaten a meal hours prior to giving blood. 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