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CLOVERDALE REVEILLE, CLOVERDALE, CALIFORNIA WEDNESDAY, APRIL 13, 2011 -- Page 9 Pictured are Local Folkal Board of Directors Mardi Grainger, left, Marsha Evans, Neva Goodman and Nash Kunkle. Mary Shoop was not available for the photo. Local Folkal holding OIdFashion Ice Cream Social event Join us for an "Old Fashion" Ice Cream Social with hot fudge and caramel, fruit and nuts, at our new home at 117 N. Cloverdale Blvd. Our second fundraiser will be held Saturday, April 16 at I p.m. There will be 12 silent auction items and drawing for door prizes at 1:30, 2 and 2:30 p.m. Help us to strengthen our local economy by sup- porting a commtmity project that expands the pos- sibilities for local production and local jobs. In an article about Local Folkal in this month's Sonoma County Gazette, Carol Russell sings the praises of the cooperative concept of retailing and how a nonprofit business like ours can increase the eco- nomic integrity of Cloverdale. For more information call Mardi Grainger 894- 2736 or visit www.cloverdalelocalfolkal.org. Nifty Fifties Rock-N-Roll Relay for Life June 4 and 5 The Cloverdale Relay for Life committee would like to thank ev- eryone for your continued support! There is no finish line until we find a cure! Our committee just wants to thank you so much for your interest and participation in helping our community of Cloverdale in the fight to end all cancer! This year's committee is truly honored and ex- cited about being able to lead our community in that fight. We know this is a time when our economy and many other things in life are frustrating and a struggle. But we look to this event as an op- portunity for our community to re- Unite, Your soul willbe enlightened and your heart filled for the people that surround you in this communi- ty everyday. Almost every single one of them in some way has been affected by cancer in their life ..... they are fighting it now, have lost someone to it or are one of our many survivors! We invite you to joIn us in the next four months where you can be a part of a life changing experience. We are committed to making Clo- verdale aware of all of the pro- grams and services that are available by the American Cancer Society (ACS) to cancer patients, caregivers and all of those affected by this disease. And we want to educate every- one on how your dollars are truly working to keep these programs going and the success that ACS is making in research and more. We will be focusing on the basics of health, education and a renewed strength of our fight by rebuilding our teams and our event. Getting into college presentation The Sonoma County Library is partnering with the Princeton Re- view to present a series of free events designed to help with what can feel like the daunting process of getting into college. On Wednesday, April 20, at 6:30 p.m. there will be a one hour pre- sentation at the Cloverdale Library called "Getting into College." A representative of the Princeton Re- view will describe the admission process at America's best schools and give some pointers on how to jumpstart the college search. Clo- verdale schools will be on Spring Break so take advantage of this close-to-home opportunity during a less hectic week. Students and par- ents of both Washington School and Cloverdale High School are wel- come to this free event. You may pre-register at www.princetonreview.com/events or call the Library. On Saturday, April 23, there will be an SAT/ACT Combo Practice Test at the Healdsburg Library from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. This combo test will help a student to determine which test is best suited to their skills and abilities without actually sitting for both tests. Be sure to bring your calculator, water, snack and pencils for this free event. Sign up at www.princetonreview.com/ events. For more information, please call Cindy at 894-5271 x5. -Lucinda Wil- SOt/ Pictured are committee members Danielle Hruby, left, Tracy Koch, Laurie Kneeland, Gari Jones and Jennifer Tamayo. Missing members are Julie Carter, Kathy Dogali and Donna Hollingsworth. The dollars that we raise each year help fund the programs and services from which the people In our community can benefit. We thank you again for all of your ded- ication. We look forward to work- ing with all of you. Tracy Koch, Volunteer Event Chair, 669.0768 or tksanti@sonic. net or find us on Facebook at Clo- verdale Relay for Life or our web- site www.relayforlife.org / cloverdaleca. - by Tracy Koch, Cloverdale Relay for Life Are YOUR Photos Backed Up? IT support for home and small businesses Sonoma Computer Products www.sonomacomp.om (707) 894-4603 SIN K LAW OFFICE TRUSTS, ESTATES d REAL PROPERTY THOMAS REED SINK* MARY PAYNE SINK * CERTIFIED SPECIALIST IN, ESTATE PLANNING. TRUST AND PROBATE LAW STATE BAR OF CALIFORNIA BOARD OF LEGAL fiPECIALIZATION 144 SOUTH CLOVERDALE BLVD. CLOVERDALE (707) 894-3941 SINKLAW@SABER.NET WWW.SINKLAWOFFICE.COM 5 Reasons to have your vehicle repaired or serviced with us: perrm aon r ealmat ut  Ol Oil Change * Electrical Complete Brake Srv. * Suspension Clutch Service * Shocks & Struts Air Conditioning * Engine Tune-Ups Fuel Injection Srv. * Water Pump Srv. Reuser Industrial Park 60-D Commerce Lane Cloverdale *Up to s qb. sync/ Exn Mon.-Frl 8am-Spm ,Rat. 8am-4pm CLOVERDALE BUSINESS UPDA11S BV||im .... Mark your calendars for this month's Cloverdale Chamber of Commerce Business After Hours Mixer. It will take place on Thurs- day, April 21 from 5:30 to 7 p.m. and will be hosted by the nationally acclaimed Cloverdale KOA, owned by Pamela Mendala. The featured wine pourers of the evening will be Ted and Deanna Starr from Milano Winery. The mixers are an opportunity for local business people to get together and exchange ideas and get to know each other better. Please remember to bring your business cards and other promotional material to share with others attending. For more in- formation or to host an upcoming mixer, call Neena Hanchett at 894- 3339 Late last month, The Wine Country Group Realtors by Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate came up to Cloverdale for a proper- ty tour and a tour of the new Clo- verdale Performing Arts theater. "We were all very excited about this. It was a real breakthrough and it was really great to have all the agents who work in my office see the beautiful new theater. Jim De Priest and La Reva Myles did a great job giving us the grand tour," said Cloverdale resident Elissa Morrash. "I think this could really demonstrate how CPAC can help support 'economic development' by helping to promote Cloverdale to real estate agents. The more they know about Cloverdale, the more likely they are to bring their clients up here," she added. To contact Elissa Morrash, call 694-8821 or email elissa.morrash Loi Mai is the new owner of Angel Nails, a full service nail salon for men and women, located at 223-B S. Cloverdale Blvd. Recently Auberge on the Vineyard hosted a weekend Blending Party and Vintners' Dinner for their guests. Pictured are inn owners Roxanne Kolbe and Susan Ondack, back row left, Patrick and Fernanda Martin of Charcuterie, with Tim and Kandi Ward of BobDog Wines, seated in front. The Wards hosted the wine blending party at their Pine Mountain winery on Saturday, March 26 and the dinner was prepared by Patrick later that evening for guests staying at the inn. @winecountrygroup.com. Congratulations to Sydney Sciaini, owner of Antiques & Uniques, on the 12th anniversary her store which features new and vintage furniture for the entire home, collectibles and antiques, es- sentials for indoor or outdoor en- tertaining and a myriad of gift and hard to find items. Now through Sunday, April 17, a 12th anniversa- ry sale is underway. Antiques & Uniques is open every day down- town at 124 S. Cloverdale Blvd. Call 894-4080, visit the website at www.gocloverdale.com or better yet, stop by and check out all that Antiques & Uniques has to offer. Congratulations are also in or- der for Braulio Medina, owner of Powerhouse Gym on his sixth an- niversary in Cloverdale. Currently Medina is working on an expansion plan to have an area set aside just for a womens' circuit training. He expects that could happen within the next couple of months. Power- house Gym offers cardio and strength training equipment for both men and women and is open all day, every day. For more infor- mation call 894-0700. Powerhouse Gym is located at 110 Sandholm Lane in the Empire Industrial Park. Angel Nails, located down- town at 223-B S. Cloverdale Blvd. is under new management. The new owner Loi Mai, has several years of experience and with his fiance Kathy Le, offers regular and spe- cialty manicures and pedicures to both men and women. Pedicures and manicures also include a 10 minute hand or foot massage. Visit the newly remodeled Angel Nails before the end of May and you will get 10% off of any service. The shop also offers a punch card and when you pay for 10 services, you will get the 11th service at no charge. To make an appointment call 894-9906 or stop by the shop which is open every day from 9:30 a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday through Saturday and 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Sunday Susan Oleari and Robert Vi- era, owners of Cloverdale Xpress Oil and Car Repair located in the Reuser Industrial Park, at 60-B Commerce Ln. have announced that their shop is now ASE Certi- fied and that they now offer hybrid vehicle service and repair. For more information, call 894-9267 or stop by the shop which is open Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. and on Saturday from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. ...... FACTS in the Cloverdale Reveille The locally owned journal of news and historical record for the City of Cloverdale. Published weekly for 132 years! Subscribe today: Call 894-3339 or stop by our office at 207 N. Cloverdale Blvd. from 9-5, M-F