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PAGE 14 -- WEDNESDAY, MARCH 30, 2011 . CLOVERDALE REVEILLE CLOVERDALE, CALIFORNIA Cloverdale Police Officer Rudy Segobiano, left, his daughter Alyssa Segobiano, Dennis Lindelof and Community Services Officer Teresa McDonald at the Cloverdale High School Career Fair last Thursday, March 24. Officer Segobiano described what skills and attributes are needed to enter a career in law enforcement. Pam Johnson and Nina Sibert from TreasuryWine Estate's Asti Winery answered questions about the education needed in order to pursue a career in the wine industry. Dawn Leandro, branch manager of Redwood Credit Union in Cloverdale and acupuncturist Toby Daly also spoke with students about varied career choices. The purpose of the career fair was to acquaint students with job opportunities in this area and for students to gather information about a variety of jobs and industries. Vintage health care now on display at the Cloverdale History Center The scarificator, a device with multiple sharp blades to use in "blood-letting," a medical practice common in the 18 th and 19 th centu- ries. A battery operated device mar- keted in the 1920s to treat weak eyes, deafness, dry nose, thin lip, weak voice, weak lungs, constipa- tion, flabby tissue, and many other ailments. A popular remedy for the com- mon cold created right here in Clo- verdale in the early 1900s. Cures for constipation, men's health issues, and the dreaded catarrh as promot- ed in the Cloverdale Reveille at the turn of the last century. These and many other intriguing items are currently on display at the Clover- dale History Center. The new exhibit, entitled "To Your Health!" tells stories of Clo- verdale's doctors, dentists, and druggists through vintage photo- graphs and artifacts such as antique dental tools, drugstore packaging, and medicine bottles. Expanding and enhancing the exhibit are a number of items from retired phar- macist Bob Jackson's own extensive collection. Joan Wagele, Sally Belford, and Dave Randolph of the Society's Ex- hibit Committee have spent many hours researching information, se- lecting items, and mounting images from the Society's collection. They know that health care is one of to- day's hottest topics, and they are hopeful that the subject of vintage Caf6 Nitro hosting Local Folkal event This Thursday, March 31, from 5 to 8 p.m., Car6 Nitro-An American Steakhouse, located at 116 E. First St., will be hosting a complete din- ner for $30 which includes appetiz- er and dessert and three choices of entrees: prime rib, pasta or ribs. The evening will also include ioor prizes, including a one-night stay at Auberge on the Vineyard with wine tasting and breakfast in- cluded. Tickets are available at Car6 Ni- tro at 894-4500 or by calling Nash Kunkle, Executive Director for Lo- cal Folkal at 292-6720. You are encouraged to support Cloverdale's local not for profit co- operative venture by attending this Dine and Donate dinner. Free introductory classes to beekeeping will be held at the community garden, Cloverdale Garden Oasis on April 9 and April 23 at I p.m. This is a class for people interested in becoming beekeepers. Basic equipment and methods will be demonstrated and a functioning hive will be opened at the end of the class. Introduction to beekeeping class April 9 and 23 There has been great interest in the plight of the honeybee. In the United States we have seen declines of over 50% in bee populations due to Colony Collapse Disorder (CCD) and other imported bee parasites and diseases. Honey is not the only benefit that humanity derives from or relation- ship with bees. Fully 40% of our food production dependent on their pollination services. So it is with good reason that we should all at least be interested, if not involved in the protection and propagation hon- eybees. To that end, Steve Johnston, a lo- cal beekeeper will be offering free introductory classes to beekeeping at the community garden, Clover- dale Garden Oasis on April 9 and April 23 at 1 p.m. This is a class for people interested in becoming bee- keepers. Basic equipment and meth- ods will be demonstrated and a functioning hive will be opened at the end of the class. Class size is limited so reserva- tions must be made in advance: call 894-5490. -Steve Johnston health care will prove equally inter- esting. Visitors are welcome to view this and other exhibits in the History Center Thursday and Saturday 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Friday 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., and Sunday 12 to 4 p.m. -Joan Wagele The new vintage health care exhibit at the History Center is open and available for viewing Thursdays and Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.,i Fridays from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. and Sundays from 12 to 4 p.m. Vintage medical implements, salves and tinctures are displayed at the History Center's newest exhibit, "To Your Health." Geysers tours on Earth Day, April 9 The tours of the Geysers Geother- mal Plant during the Citrus Fair were a tremendous success accord- ing to Calpine representative Jill Gibbs. Buses left from the Citrus Fair fairgrounds at five different times, each filled to capacity. "The response from those who took the tour was so gratifying," Jill said. "The weather didn't stop us from making the trip, and everyone seemed to enjoy seeing the opera- tion." Another day of free guided tours is scheduled for Cloverdale Earth Day, Saturday, April 9, 2011 from 9 a.m. to I p.m. Buses will leave from the down- town Plaza each hour. Tours are ap- proximately one and one half hours long. To make a reservation for the Earth Day Geysers Tour call (707) 987-4270 or email CGVC@calpine.com. Families are urged to participate with children aged three and up. William "Wild Bill" Fulwider spoke about his Naval exploits in the Pacific during WWII at the History Center's America's Aviation Heritage Speaker Series on March 22. He earned the Distinguished Flying Cross, Purple Heart and Presidential Unit Citation medals. MARCH MAYHEM SHOOT the HOOP for CASH Friday Night April 1st 9pm Estrefio Musical Saturday Night April 2nd. 9pm Hookah Stew