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Page 2 The Cloverdale Reveille March 21, 2019 www.cloverdalereveiile,com promotion and future Seats need to be initiatives. reserved by April 3 Nolan Lowry from Resonate will be the guest The Cloverdale Chamber speaker to provide attendees of Commerce and the City of with an overview of the Cloverdale are hosting a importance of digital State of the City breakfast at marketing in your strategic The Trading Post restaurant business planning efforts for Friday morning, April 5. long term success in today's The event will begin at ever-changing marketplace. 8:30 a.m. and will be a The cost is $25 per person "working breakfast" with and you must RSVP to the several presentations to Cloverdale Chamber of provide the community of Commerce no later than Cloverdale with an update on Wednesday, April 3 by various topics from budget emailing projections to review of sales info@cloverdalechamber.com tax and TOT (transit or 707-894-4470. occupancy tax) information, a review of the Cloverdale Chamber of Commerce's --Submitted by "eXperience Cloverdale" C1oyerdale Chamber of Commerce m ervl GRILLE Breakfast is heavenly, the view is paradise DINNERS BREAKFAST & LUNCH 21712 Geyserville Ave, Geyserville Next to Geyserville Inn (Hwy 101 to Canyon Road Exit), 707-857-3264 WW W . geyservilleinn . corn , Photo provided FARM FACTS -- Sonoma County Ag Days took place on March 12 and 13, and school kids from around the county enjoyed the educational exhibits on display at the Sonoma County Fairgrounds. Students were able to get up close and personal with livestock, and learn all about the rich agricultural history of Sonoma County, WINDSOR HEALDSBURG MORTUARY Cremation Options starting at $1095 www. whcmortuary.com Our family helping yours (707) 894-2222 , (!i!~!A , SE HABLA ESPA OL Karen Beaumont heading to library on March 27 By John Koetzner Special to the Reveille Karen Beaumont, a New York Times bestselling author of children's books has always loved writing. "In ninth grade, we had to research careers we were interested in and I chose writing," Beaumont said. "Much later, when I had children, I decided to try my hand at writing children's books. I saw a need for fun, engaging books for kids and thought I might be able to make a positive contribution to children's literacy." In her career, she has penned such books as "Who Ate An the Cookie Dough," "I Like Myself, I Ain't Gonna Paint No More! Wild About Us," "Dini Dinosaur," "Crybaby" and the most recent "Pretty Kitty." Beaumont will be heading to the Cloverdale Regional Library on March 28 to talk about and read from her books. "My inspiration comes from many sources, but mainly KAREN from close observation of life -- children; animals, memories, emotions and what I care most about," Beaumont said. "My writing process is very right brain, so I never know where a story will go until it goes there. I feel my way, rather blindly -- without a map -- if that makes sense. I simply dive into word play and stir up whatever is floating around in the elusive, intangible, mystical realm of the muse." She also noted that she has had some influences for writing: "Two authors from my childhood have influenced my writing style to some degree. I've always loved Dr. Seuss for his light- hearted, whimsical style, as well as his masterful use of rhythm and rhyme. The other is James Whitcomb Riley, for his soulful country themes and engaging use of dialect." What can the children and families who attend her author event expect? "I like to share the story of how I became a children's author because it is a story about the rewards of never giving up," Beaumont said. "I hope to inspire young audiences by my demonstration of hard work and tenacity, to follow their dreams, no matter what. In our instant gratification society, this message of the importance of patience, passion, and perseverance is very important, in my opinion. I didn't allow myself to give up on my dream, even after collecting nearly 150 rejection slips. I'm also proud of the fact that I have created books that BEAUMONT not only make reading fun, but that reinforce early reading readiness skills as well. To know that my hard work and sacrifice have inspired reading, made children giggle, helped them feel better about themselves and others -- that is the best feeling ever." 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