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PAGE 12 -- WEDNESD kY, APRIL 8, 2009 CLOVERDALE REVEILLE " CLOVERDALE, CALIFORNIA How much more "G Cloverdale" can you get I than Southardire & Auto? 55 years running! Same family, same high quality service, same integrity! Same honesty and rliability! 894-2492 Call Us Today. SPEND 2 WEEKS DEMONSTRATING ........................................... #4 M EN NO/00KE Au DIOLOGY t UKIAH Qualified i.dividuals may I t.ke..t.te of the ,* I 756 S. DORAST. hearing aid home with I -oo-,..,,o-,o.o., i i 463-2966 Come Kamp & Care With Us! Join Us on Friday, May 8 & Kamp Free on Saturday, May 9, 2009!* rdaie camping -. Clove Resort " "11qne Countnj KOA" *Donations raised are donated to KOA Care Camps, specialized camps for children under treatment or in recovery from cancer. 1166 Asti Ridge Road, Cloverdale 894-3337 The Cloverdale Historical Society brought home a top award from the Sonoma County Historical Society's annual meeting March 28 at Fountain Grove Golf Club. IMAGES OF AMERICA: CLOVERDALE, the book released last fall by Arcadia Publishing was cited as outstanding work in history-related publishing, with the annual Editor's Award. Marge Gray and Joan Wagele with the help of numerous other volunteers compiled the book and accepted the award on behalf of the local organization. Accompanying Joan and Marge were: Historical Society members Maryand David Ziegenhagen (the photographerand therefore not shown here), Jim Wagele, Board member Crawford Cooley and CHS President Doug Laurie. Marge and Joan are holding the award plaque. David Ziegenhagen photo Sonoma County Historical Society honors local group and volunteer authors Marge Gray and Joan Wagele Joan Wagele addressed the Sono- ma County Historical Society's an- nual meeting March 28, where she accepted the annual Editors' Award for IMAGES OF AMERICA: CLO- VERDALE. She said: "Marge Gray and I are very pleased to accept this award on be- half of the entire Cloverdale Histor- i00ALl( cloverdale ical Society. Per- 'h'[  [ .... sonally, I was de- i lighted, but also ' surprised when I learned we were to receive recog- nition for our Ar- i cadia book on C loverdale history. I had to wonder whether it was perhaps an award for a category "Took the longest time to get to publication!" After all, Marge and I worked on this book for more than three years, as many of you know. Of course, we didn't do it alone. Other Historical Society members contributed research, writing, edit- ing, and scanning more than 400 images in compliance with the pub- lisher's strict specifi- cations. We should single out a few of the many individu- als who helped with SCIETY this project: Jim ,,-.,r.1.. Wagele, Mike and Norma Trump, Sally Belford, David Negus, and Marie Hill. I also want to acknowledge the members of the Sonoma County Heritage Network who provided encouragement, support, and time- ly advice. Their input was incredi- bly helpful. And finally, I must say that we relied on the contributions of count- less Historical Society members present and past -- who for over forty years -- have worked to record the history of Cloverdale, conduct oral histories, and preserve historical photos in our extensive collection. Truly, we stood on the shoulders of those who came be- fore us." "The Historical Society's mission is to collect, preserve, and honor Cloverdale history," said President Doug Laurice. ;'This important book is a demonstration of the best we have to offer and the value of volunteer service to our communi- ty." The book includes more than 100 photographs, each with an ex- planatory caption. It can be pur- chased at the Museum and at Cover-to-Cover Books for $19.99 plus tax. Saturday, Coul Introducing THE SONOMA U N P M Our s75 million commitment for new consumer and small business loans. New lower rates and discounts on the loans that people need most - home loans, auto loans, equipment financing, business lines of credit and more. Sonoma County's local bank is ready to help qualified borrowers with the money they need for business, their families and to help get our local economy moving again. 11 For more information visit any of our 19 convenient branches or call 707.524.3000. Member FDIC Exchange Bank www.exchangebank.com 9.ZO pm with DJ Kurt LD Productions