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Page 6--WEDNESDAY, APRIL 14, 2010 . CLOVERDALE REVEILLE CLOVERDALE, CALIFORNIA Location 449 Center St Healdsburg 707.473.9720 Store Hours Mon-Sat lOanl--6pm Sun 1 lam--5pm 120 SANDHOLM LN., CLOVERDALE - 894-3100 electronics .1. LCD/flat panel TVs *'** blu-ray players toys .:. game systems 1o home d6cor designer clotting '*** bed & bath kitchenware appliances .:* tools -1. purses .. pet supplies accessories . gifts .:. flmfiture.....etc. , HALF OFF SPECIALS!! 10x20 to 10x25112 Off Three Months .All others 112 Off Two Months EMPIRE MINI STORAGE - CLOVERDALE - At Empire Mini Storage we make storing your belongings easy.t I state of the art facility featuring professional resident A manageis[ omputer keypad gated entry. All units have fire sprinklers and are individu- I ally alarmed 24 hour video surveillance 7 day a week access: ) Office hours: Mon. - Sat. 9 a.m. - 6 p.m. Closed Sun. Access hours: 6 a.m. - 9 p.m. Everyday & Holidays empireclo@earthlink.net www.empireministorage.com GATE PROGRAM PRESENTS ..... Ms. Morris' after-school Gifted and Talented Program students performed an original production of "Pacific Elementary School, Home of the Pirates," last week for parents and the community:The play was written and directed by Ms. Morris. Students expressed their creative side while entertaining the audience and sharing their gifts. Eagle softball team travelsto Hayward The Cloverdale Eagles softball team traveled to Hayward last week to play in the Standley Cup Tournament. Although they lost their first game, 0-3 to Moreau Cath- olic of Hayward, coach Margaret Fitzgerald said the team still had a great weekend and won all of the other games in their pool. The Eagles started out against Moreau, the team that beat them last year in the play-offs. The coach said the varsity Eagles played Moreau "tough," and it was a great game. "They have a very good pitcher - we only got three hits off of her," she said. Kena Ruiz was the losing pitcher. Whitney Edens was two for three, Cherise McEnery, one for one; Ron- nilea Moore, 0 for three; Brittany Vandagriff, 0 for three; Megan Marincic, 0 for three; Allison Mar- rone, one for three; Kena Ruiz, 0 for two; Nichole Karis, 0 for one; and Michaela Lawson, 0 for two. The Hayward team had five hits. "Kena pitched a good game," coach Fitzgerald said. "We had five walks, they had three. We battled well and I was happy with how we compet- ed. It shows we have some character going on." 'The Eagles came back on Friday to play JFK of Fremont. The Eagles downed JFK 16-1 in three innings. Whitney Edens was one for three, Britanny Vandagriff, three for three with two RBIs; Cherise McEnery, 0 for one; Michaela Lawson, 0 for one; Allison Marrone, one for two, with three RBIs and a home run; Michae- la Lawson, one for two; Ronnilea Moore, three for three with three RBIs, and a triple; Kena Ruiz, one for two; Megan Marincic, one for LADIES NIGHT OUT Will Accept Cash, Check & Credit Cards MUST BE 21 & OVER Event coordinators assume no responsibility or liabilites of any nature whatsoever resulting from or relating to this event three and Taylor Spaulding was 0 for one. "We had a good hitting day," Fitzgerald said. Kena had two strike-outs and the game was called in the third inning due to the lop-sided score. Next came competition with Mis- sion San Jose, with the Eagles win- ning 12-1. Kena Ruiz was winning pitcher with five strike-outs, giving up only three hits. Whitney Edens was two for four, Brittany Vanda- griff, one for three with a triple; Cherise McEnery, three for three with two RBIs; Allison Marrone, one for three; Michaela Lawson, two for three; Ronnilea Moore, one for three; Kena Ruiz, one for one; Nic- hole Karis, one for three; Alicia Ramirez, one for one. "We only gave up five runs all weekend. It was a great weekend and we are looking forward to league starting this week," the coach concluded. The Eagles will play Clear Lake and Saint Helena High this week. The game against Clear Lake was Tuesday, April 13,'away, and a home game with Saint Helena High is scheduled for Thursday, April 15 at Daly Field at 4 p.m. Baseball games were once again rained out, but the boys' teams start this week as well in North Central League I South games. The boys also play Clear Lake and St. Helena this week on the same days. The boys' home game against Saint Helena is on April 15 at City Park, at 4 p.m. -Youth Week will teach kids to save! Redwood Credit Union (RCU) will be celebrating National Credit Union Youth Week April 18-24 with the theme, "Get in the Savings Game," to encourage kids and teens to learn the value of saving money. Each branch will be hosting a col- oring contest for kids under 12 and a $100 Savings Challenge Sweepstake for any child who makes a deposit into their RCU savings account dur- ing Youth Week. RCU youth accounts are divided into two groups: Jr. Rangers, for children through age 12, and Jr. Partners for teens 13 to 17. Both age groups receive dividends on the funds they save, a free gift when opening an RCU savings account, quarterly educational and fun news- letters, on-line access and access to a special website with educational games and articles. Redwood Credit Union will also offer these free financial seminars at their administrative offices at 3033 Cleveland Avenue in Santa Rosa: Winning the Savings Game for kids ages six to 11, with parents, Tues- . day, April 20, 5:30 to 6:30 p.m., Be a *Player in the Savings Game, for ages 12-14, Tuesday, April 20, 5:30 to 6:30 p,m and Smart Spending in the Real World, ages 15 to 17, Tuesday, April 20, 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. To register call 1-800-479-7928, ext. 5259, or RSVP on-line at www.redwoodcu.org/ seminars. RCU branch locations will also be holding raffles, giveaways and oth- er festivities throughout Youth Week to promote financial literacy for kids and teens. Key Club members Christian Perdomo and Eric Perez assist Kirsten Sullivan of Harvesting Cloverdale's Generosity pick citrus for donation to the food pantry. If you have produce to donate, call Lavonne at 894-7540 or Joan at 894-0971. Youth skateboard park rally set The Cloverdale Youth Master Plan Recreational sub-committee met Tues- day, March 23rd, at 6:30 at the Cloverdale Senior Center to discuss the Cloverdale Skate Park. Top priorities on the agenda this month were fundraising and ways to encourage more community involvement. The same small group has continued to show up every month for the meetings. It was decided by all in attendance that the best way to get the Cloverdale community kids involved was to hold a Rally. School Resource Officer Mac Baker of the Cloverdale Police Department agreed, saying that the kids are always complaining there is nothing to do in Cloverdale. Baker feels the kids will be motivated to become involved if the meetings are friendly and kid accessible. A rally is set for Wednesday, April 21 t from 4 to 5 p.m. at the Downtown Plaza. All kids and parents interested in supporting the Cloverdale Skate Park are encouraged to attend. There will be free soda and popcorn. For more information about month- ly meetings, please see the Cloverdale Reveille Calendar of Events, watch the Reveille newspaper and become a fan of the Cloverdale Skate Park - Let's Make it Happen on Facebook. You may also contact Carol Figoni at 894- 4506 or Jennifer LeBrett at 669-O047.-Jennifer LeBrett. Pictured are Colleen Hale, left, Kelly Osman, Anna Felciano, Lisa Harjak. In front Piedad Flores. Geyserville Boosters 4th annual Adult Prom a success Delorimier Winery in Geyser- ville was the perfect location for A Night in the Tropics 4" annual Adult Prom. This event, hosted by the Gey- serville Broncho Boosters, raised money for the Student Prom Fund. With over 100 people enjoying the evening, the Boosters were able to donate $1,500 to the Junior Class and $1,500 to the Student Prom Fund for future student prom nights. Guests enjoyed a variety of De Lorimier wines poured by our great hostesses Terri and Millis, fabulous food by our caterers Leslie and Steve Lazzini and scrumptious des- serts from Safeway! Professional photogapher Pamela Newman was taking wonderful photos of the guests while DJ Greg Nett of Star Mobile Sound played music that kept people dancing the night away. Thanks also to Alicia Tuso for tak- ing the candid photos! The Special Event in Healdsburg provided heat- er and other items, for which orga- nizers were very grateful! The Silent Auction featured 35 items that varied from wine bas- kets, a trip to Mt. Lassen, a day sail- ing, and many local services. We also awarded Prom King & Queen in a fun raffle. We certainly cannot thank Diane Wilson enough for generously do- nating, De Lorimier for the evening and Trish Forman for all of her help in putting together such a fun night. Thank you for helping us help our kids enjoy a memorable and afford- able prom! - Colleen Hale, Cloverdale