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PAGE 14- WEDNESDAY, APRIL 13, 2011 CLOVERDALE REVEILLE CLOVERDALE, CALIFORNIA With gloves on and rakes in hand, 30 members of the Cloverdale Kiwanis Club, Key Club Jlders Club did landscape maintenance at the City Park on Saturday, April 2. With the help of the City of Cloverdale Landscape Department, who suppliedtke cleaning equipment, the clubs were able to rake and fill 80 bags of leaves, picked up numerous branches, twigs, repRinted horseshoe stakes, and weeded. Upon completion of the cleanup everyone enjoyed a barbecue put on by Patti Robarts and President Rick Wood. Kiwanis would like to personally thank the City of Cloverdale, especially Murrayl Hector and Dylan and all the Kiwanis, Key and Builders Club members who took time out of their weekend to participate. Your help was greatly appreciated and made the Kiwanis-One day a huge success. Submitted by Susan Wendt. Photo by Steve Tice. Spring is a time for fine art at Cloverdale Library eber's Black Belt Academy has been open in Clover- dale for almost four years. They moved to Reuser Industrial Park last May, needing more space for their growing client base. Owner and certified instructor, David Weber, has been in- volved with martial arts for almost 23 years. "In addition to teaching martial arts and self-defense, our students are also taught life skills including respect, honor, integrity and account- ability," Weber said. Another added benefit of Weber's Black Belt Academy is giving their students an outlet for their frustrations, whether they are a result of tensions at home or school. "We provide a 'safe zone' for kids as well as adults and the discipline involved also helps our students do better academically," Weber added. Weber's Black Belt Academy is a member of the United Taekwondo Association and the WTF and offers the following classes: 3 to 6 years: Little Ninjas 7 to 12 years: Taekwondo for Kids 13 years and up: Taekwondo for Teens and Adults Classes are also offered based on skill level. For more information call 707-280-4548, stop by to see a class in progress or visit the website at www.webersbba.com. Now that Spring is here, it is time to be out looking at nature and at fine art. The Library Show at Clo- verdale Regional Library provides an excellent opportunity from April 23 through May 21. Three northern California artists share the space this spring: Jeanette LeGrue, Toma- les; and Edward Ryden and Vir- ginia Harrison of Santa Rosa. This article introduces oil painter Le- Grue. 1"0 WIN! Growing up on Kodiak Island, AK, Jeanette LeGrue had ample op- portunity to observe the dramatic impact of crystal-clear skies, mid- night suns, and long days of dark- ness. These have led her to create pow- erful landscapes in which she re- veals the essence of the subject through "lush, luminous, sensuous oil paint." "I see myself a a detec- tive trying to capture the vitality of a scene," she says. Following a move to California in 1980, LeGrue has been able to study with foremost painters Nell Epps, Don Ricks, Kevin MacPherson, and Charles Movalli. Their training, as well as influence from Sergei Bon- gart, Joaquin Sorolla, and Franz Bis- choff, have led her to develop her own approach to color and light. During the past decade LeGrue has participated in dozens of nation- wide plein air festivals and more than 10 national juried exhibitions, resulting in at least a dozen major awards. She has been featured in art mag- azines including Southwest Art, American Artist, and Plein Air Scene. Today LeGrue and her husband own and operate Tomales Fine Art, part of that town's picturesque set- ting. She is also represented by three other California galleries and by Troika Gallery in Easton, MD. In fact, her national reputation has led to many online sales from all over the country. Please join the Friends of the Li- brary in welcoming Jeanette LeG- rue and the other artists at a free reception Friday evening, April 22 from 6-8 p.m. Visitors may also view the show from April 23 through May 21 from 1-5 p.m. six days a week or from 7-9 p.m: Monday and Wednesday eve- nings. For further information, con- tact the library. -Beverley McChesney VI61T THE PLAYER6 CLIA8 NtONI:TAY- THMR6PAY TO 6ET YOII j i th Pl y CI b d g OO.N.,.ES,.,IL,O,,O',OFF."." lo n e a ers u an et: .,.R, ,L, .EM,E. 0.,,. ,0 OU-- GOOD FOR $10 OFF ANY SINGLE MENU ITEM OII THE BAR Ik GRILL OR $TEAKHOUSE MENU INCLUDING BUFFET OFFERINGS. One coupon per person, per day. Offer not valid with any other coupons, offers or prol noti )ns. 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