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CLOVERDALE REVEILLE, CLOVERDALE, CALIFORNIA  WEDNESDAY, APRIL 14, 2010- Page 7 Kiwanis members Mary Dixon, left, Geno Gianoli and Frances Ramage delivered Easter flower baskets to Meals on Wheels recipients on April 1. Geno and Mary are Meals on Wheels drivers and Mary and Francis are members of the Human and Spiritual Committee for the Cloverdale Kiwanis Club. Payless Self Storage Forget all other Deals! We will BEAT any PRICE in town by $10 a month: 894-9300 Celebrate the 40 th Anniversary of Earth Day at Lake Sonoma Henry David Thoreau tells Ralph change, species extinction, and oth- Waldo Emerson about a foreboding er environmental concerns. We dream. He says, "I see the coming drought. Because someday, so much of this abundance shall be gone...and by our own doing." At Lake Sonoma we recognize that human activity has directly contributed to climate Don Reed of American Legion Post 293 presented a $500 check to Senior Center Executive Director Maggie Rosenberg at the Center&apos;s annual Board Meeting on April 8. SpringTea Maylst The Cloverdale Historical Society is hosting its first tea party Satur- day, May 1. Enjoy a traditional menu including scones, a variety of sandwiches, and more, along with tea and sherry. The event will be held 2-4 p.m. on the History Center patio at 215 N. Cloverdale Blvd. The garden should be in full bloom providing a beautiful set- ting. Seating is limited to 30 so make your reservations early! Tick- ets are $20 per person and proceeds support CHS programs. For more information or to make reservations call the Society office at 894-2067. -Bonnie Asien need to recognize the consequences of our actions and work to preserve what resource&remain. Join us for a day long celebration of Earth Day on April 18, 2010, from 9 a.m. - 3 p.m. at the Milt Brandt Visitor Cen- ter at Lake Sonoma. 9:30 a.m. - Beginner's Bird Walk, Meet the Park Ranger at the Visitor Center and bring your binoculars! 10:30 a.m. - Wildflower Walk, Meet the Ranger at the visitor cen- ter for a moderate one hour hike along Woodland Ridge Trail 11:30 a.m. - Reading with a Rang- er, for kids of all ages: join us at the Visitor Center for a reading by a Park Ranger of Earth Day Birthday and The Lorax. ARTs for the Earth - All Day - To raise environmental awareness through the medium of art: Kids of all ages, meet at the visitor center to: Make your own seed packet; Make your own Earth Day Birth- day Card; Free Earth Day Posters; and participate in the Nature Quiz (win prizes.) 1 p.m. - Global Days of Service - Join millions around the globe to make your community and the world cleaner and more sustain- able. These projects in parks, beach- es, schools and forests will focus on climate change solutions like tree planting. Meet at the Visitor Center to help plant sapling coast live oak as part of the upland portion of our steelhead stream bed restoration project. Bring your gloves and a shovel if you wish to participate. All activities will be held or will begin at the Milt Brandt Visitor at Lake Sonoma, located at 3288 Sk- aggs Springs Road, Geyserville, CA 95441. If you have questions, please contact the Visitor Center at (707) 431-4533. Directions from Cloverdale to Lake Sonoma: take Hwy 101 south to the Dry Creek Road exit. (Drive time: fifteen minutes) At the bot- tom of the exit make a right onto Dry Creek Road. Take Dry Creek Road about 12 miles continuing straight through both stop signs. Dry Creek Road turns into Skaggs Springs Road where Lake Sonoma is located. Linda Clapp FRESH START TIP P&CIffC WOKK$ Brakes 'D)g;$N 8, Dee,,;e Tune-Ups All Work Timing Belts CV Joints Guaranteed ASE Master Tech " Oil Change & Lube 894-3614 Fuel Injection service A.C. Repairs & Conversions 10l N. Cloverdale Blvd. TEN NINE MAIN Have you been walking through life not taking the time to recognize where you have been or where you want to go? Learning and sharing with others in a safe environment helps to build new perspectives on your journey. WOMEN in TRANSITION LOUISE MONAHAN,/rIFT I LIC. #MW20256 VOX (707) 894-9012 FAX (707) 894-9015 REECE FOXEN, M.A. LIFE COACH VOX (707) 891-3391 109 S. MAIN STREET CLOVERDALE, CA 95425 LEARN HOW TO APPRECIATE AND INTEGRATE ALL THAT LIFE HAS TO OFFER! Join Louise and Reece in an ongoing support group. Wednesday evenings 6:30-8 beginning April 21st $12o a month (sliding scale) For more information call: Louise at 894-9o12 or Reece at 891-3391 lO9 S. Main Street, Cloverdale, CA Power is the wisdom found in remembering your total journey. Florence Biennale arts adventure shared by Kimberly Howland Kimberly Howland, First Street Gallery artist, will share her Flo- rence Biennale International Art Event experiences at a reception on April 29. Kimberly was invited to exhibit a painting at the prestigious Biennale in December, 2009. Her participation in the Biennale was through sponsorship by the Clover- dale Arts Alliance and the support of the Cloverdale community. ThroUgh a photographic essay Kimberly will present her adven- tures at the Biennale and in Italy. 650 artists from 78 countries partici- pated in the 2009 Biennale. Art by a few of the Biennale participants will be shown at the reception. The es- say will include photos of Florence, the heart of Tuscany; San Gimig- nano in Elsa Valley, a medieval 10 th century walled town; Venice, the "City of Water" in northern Italy; Siena and Rome images. Join the Arts Alliance and Kim- berly for a night in Italy on Thurs- day, April 29 from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. at 543 N. Cloverdale Blvd., Cloverdale. For more information visit www.cloverdalearts alliance, org or call 894-4410. -Joyce Mann Kimberly Howland will share her Italian experiences on April 29. Two Readers' Theatre perfor- mances of "The Adventures of Tom Sawyer" by Clover Springs Players will be held Tuesday and Thurs- day, April 20 and 22 at 1 pm., not 1:30 p.m. which was in an earlier news release. Refreshment by the Cloverdale Friends of the Library will be served. All are welcome to join a discussion of the book follow- ing the performance. An evening book discussion of this classic story of mischievous American youth and 19 th Century post civil war will also be held Wednesday, April 21 at 7:30 p.m.. This event is part of The Big Read, an initiative of the National Endowment for the Arts in partner- ship with the Institute of Museum and Library Services and Arts Mid- west. See Ufor details. A limited number of copies of Mark Twain's book are still available at the li- brary. On Saturday, April 17, 10:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m., Master Gardener April Lance's workshop will offer tips for "Attracting Bees to Your Garden." These free classes are sponsored by the Sonoma County Master Gar- deners under the University of Cal- ifornia Cooperative Extension program. The Friends of the Cloverdale Li- brary invites the community to its Spring Art Show reception on Fri- day April 30 at 6 pro. (An incorrect time was sent to the Reveille in a previous article). Artists Ann Kessler's pastels, Sandy Rubin's acrylics and Jennifer.Baker's Raku ceramics will be displayed. Per- forming baroque music at the re- ception will be violinist, Nannette Fynan. This free event is sponsored by Friends of the Cloverdale Li- brary. The show will close May 28. Quilt panels from the Pointless Sisters' "Along the Russian River" exhibit, a mini group of the Santa Rosa Quilt Guild, will continue through May 5. Raffle tickets for "Fun Stuff," a beautiful quilt creat- ed by Cathy Hansen, are still avail- able at the library. The drawing for Cloverdale Library News - the quilt will be held at the Spring Art Show reception, April 30. All events will be held in the li- brary's Pat Hare Community Room, 401 N. Cloverdale Blvd. Please call 894-5271 x 5 for more information. All programs and events are free and open to all. Kathy Nlxon CITY OF CLOVERDALE : ....................  Meeting of the City Council and joint meeting of the Community Development Agency Board of .<_.y Directors and Cloverdale Improvement Authority REGULAR SCHEDULED MEETING WEDNESDAY, APRIL 14, 2010 CLOVERDALE SR. CENTER, 311 N. MAIN ST., CLOVERDALE, CA AGENDA SUMMARY CLOSED SESSION: 5:30 P.M.- PUBLIC BUSINESS SESSION: 6:30 P.M. A Presentation on Underage Drinking in Cloverdale by Danielle Ronshausen, Community Advocate/Coalition Coordinator, Social Advocates for Youth. A Proclamation that proclaims the fourth Friday in April (April 23, 2010) as Children's Memorial Flag Day throughout Sonoma County in memory of children who have died by violence. A Proclamation that proclaims the week of April 12 -18, 2010 as "International Telecommunicators Week" honoring Cloverdale's Public Safety Telecommunicators - Dispatchers. Minutes of previous meeting (1) set: Meeting of March 24, 2010 Annual Agreement with the YMCA for Operation of the Pool Program Resolution No. 018-2010 approving an amendment to the Professional Services Agreement with Z & H Engineering, Inc. to add the electrical engineering of runway end identifier lights Goal Setting Process - SWOT Analysis 4-Corners Projects Update: Police Station Site Identification Resolution No. 017-2010 Opposing Proposition 16 Property Maintenance Standards Ordinance Initial Review of Draft Water Efficient Landscape Ordinance (WELO) Save on Home Loans! PURCHASE OR REFINANCE 00ctl .,d s.veJ!" - David with daughter Christina Member since 200_ Jumbo Loans Without Jumbo Rates! JUMBO AND CONFORMING ADJUSTABLE RATES AS LOW AS 4.00% (3.116} How much //A Redwd Credit Union can you save? 1 (800) 609.9009 www.redwoodcu.org/refinance i Membership open to anyene living or working in 7 North Bay counties or San Francisco. Clearance through ChexSystems required. 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