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March 19, 1997     Cloverdale Reveille
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Page 6, Cloverdsle Reveille, March 19, 1997 Land Trust Opens "sion Sonoma Exh00l aS Blooming Redbud trees signify coming of springtime Redbud blossoms, one of'the most colorful signs of spring, will be blooming throughout the region, providing opportunities for photographers, horticultur- ists and nature lovers to see the official flower of Lake County. The deep magenta blooms can be seen starting in late Febru- ary and continuing through late April, and the colorful trees line the highways throughout Lake County, according to county Marketing Director Wilda Shock. Many of the trees are visible from state Highways 20, 53 and 29, and along county roads in the Soda Bay, Sulphur Banks, Clearlake Park, and Scotts Val- ley areas. Packets of Redbud seeds are available at the Lake County Visitor Information Center, 875 Lakeport Blvd., Lakeport, and at the Visitor Center at Clear Lake State Park, 5300 Soda Bay Road, Kelseyville. Additional information about the Redbud may be obtained from the Lake County Visitor Information Center (707)263- 9544 or (800)525-3743 Soroptimst Education Chairman Nikki Johnson Is shown presenting an $800 check to Susan Lile for the Rsading is Fundamental Program. This donation will provide a book for each child in grades K-3 at Jefferson School. Also shown are Soroptimist President Susie Hare and Jefferson School Principal Claudia Plumley. a Soroptimist ,President Susie Hare is shown presenting a check for $1,000 to Boys and Girls Club Executive Director Marrlanne McBride. i Cultural Arts Council Gallery "A Day in the Life of Laufen- burg Ranch" features award- winning local photographers. More than 40 black and white and color photographs of Laufen- burg Ranch go on display at SoFo 2 Gallery at the Cultural Arts Council of Sonoma County. A reception from 5 to 7 pm for the artists on Friday, April 4, will launch the month-long ex- hibit at the Council's new gal- lery, located just north of Railroad Square at 602 Wilson Street in Santa Rosa. Photographers whose work is included in the exhibit are Stan- ley Bums of Kenwood; Non Cran- dall, Greta Larsen, Bob Nixon, and Sandy Senchuk-Crandall of Santa Rosa; John Dotta of Forestville; Susan Elwood, Ri- chard Elwood, and Tim Fleming ofPetaluma; Linda Kane of Sono- mR; and Noel Peirce and Renee Robinson of Guemeville. Vision Sonoma, a juried com- petition sponsored by Sonoma Land Trust, was begun in 1989 under the direction of Susan Richter. Its purpose is to select the highest quality of imagery inspired by Sonoma Count's nat- ural and agricultural environ- Cloverdale Saw & Mower Center serving you for over 20 years Cloverdale Saw and Mower Center was first established in Cloverdale back in 1954.20years ago, Chuck Sibert bought the business and has been providing residents with quality service at reasonable rates ever since. Clck runs the business with his son, Darren. If you have a small engine that needs to be repaired--chances are Chuck and Darren can fix it for you. They repair lawn mowers, weed eat- ers and roto-tillers, chainsaws, for the past 39 years and Darren was born and raised here. They are dedicated to the community. "It's a good place to live--there a lot of good people here," Chuck said. He belongs to the Lions Club, is a charter member of the Cloverdale High School Boost- ers Club, sponsors Little League teams and many other athletic programs. Darter plays softball, baseball, and coaches JV foot- ball and baseball. Cloverdale Saw & Mower Cen- pumps and generators. The pair ter is open Monday-Friday, 8:30 also sharpens mower and chain- am-5 pro, Monday through Fri- saw blades. They also carry day and 8:30 am to 12 pm Satur- Husqvarna, Echo, McCulloch days. and Homelite and Stihl Chain Their phone number and ad- Saws. dress is 894-2273, 1301 S. Clo- Chuckhas lived in Cloverdale- ,verdale B}vd.. on April 4 ment, and has included two-di- mission to protect what mensional artwork in various Sonoma County such a media, place to live."  !i: Chuck Sibert and Darren Slbert ere the men you need for repairs. The Land Trust selected "A Day in the Life of Laufenburg Ranch" as the theme of an invi- tational photographic competi- tion, which featured onsite photo shoots in both the spring and fall of 1996 by a total of 23 photogra- phers. The ranch, a 175 acre turn-of- the-century farm in Knights Valley, wad donated by Charles F. Laufenburg in 1987 to be pre- served in perpetuity by SLT. It is under a long term lease to organic growers Ahlgren and Rose, and is the site of assorted natural history and research activities. "This property is truly unique and spectacularly beautiful," stated Trust President Michael Friedenberg. "l'hanks to Charlie Laufen- burg's determination and the Land Trust's stewardship, it will remain a working farm. The photographs are a great way to display the skills of some very talented local artists while rais- ing public awareness of the im- portance of the Land Trust's Photographs on display a reception on April 4 andt U out the month at the galk rl be available for sale. . The artists have ger agreed to donate a portioJ t proceeds from all sales: !1 Land Trust and the Cultu Council. In addition, foul ,1 competition's winning ] graphs are being reprod a series of fine art posta K "Sonoma Land Trust excited about the oppo K bring attention to our el ment and the work of lo ists," said SLT Vice P Salli Rasberry, exhibit  nator. "We especially apl the Cultural Arts Coun operation in providing the derful gallery space f exhibit this April." The reception is open public. Appetizers and b es donated by Land Tr porters will be served. The gallery is open froJ to 5:00 pmMonday thro day. Admission is free. Food Distribution moved to Frid The next Distribution of Government Foods (and other t was scheduled for Thursday, March 20 at the Citrus Building. However, due to conflicting use of the buildin distribution date has been moved to Friday, March 21 f to 3:30 pm. HOME LOANS For buying or refinancing your home. Competitive Rates! 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