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CLOVERDALE REVEILLE. CLOVERDALE, CALIFORNIA THURSDAY, APRIL 21, 2016 -- PAGE 9 Tour of Asti next week A "brown bag" guided tour of Asti Winery and Villa Pompeii will start at 11 a.m. on Thursday, April 28. You are encouraged to bring your lunch. The tour will start at the Asti Winery office Tickets are $10 each and may be purchased online at www.cloverdalehistory .org, at the History Center, 215 N. Cloverdale Blvd., by calling 894- 2067 or at the Mail Center, Etc., 207-A N. Cloverdale Blvd. - Submitted by Neena Hanchett Play at CHS Spring has sprung, which means it is time for the Cloverdale High School Drama class spring play. The play will be held on April 22, 23, 29 and 30 in the Cloverdale High School east gym at 7 p.m. Suggested donations will be $3 for students and $5 for adults. The Drama class is proud to announce that this play will be "Don't Drink the Water," written by Woody Allen and directed by Joe Dobbins. Thirteen students star in this hilarious comedy that appeared on Broadway almost 50 years ago. Set in the 1960s, the play takes place in an American embassy somewhere behind the Iron Curtain. It tells the story of an American tourist, with his wife and daughter who rush into the embassy two steps ahead of the local police, who claim that they are spies. The ambassador is absent, leav- ing his son in charge. Will they escape? Will they get captured by the secret police? Will they be for- ever trapped in the embassy? Come and find out 'what happens as this wild and comical cast of characters tries to resolve their sit- uation. - Submitted by Blake Seavey Key Club awards Recently, Key Clubbers from Cloverdale High School won seri- ous awards at the CalifOrnia- for their service and leadership Nevada-Hawaii 2016 District demonstrated this past KeyClub Convention held in Sacramento. year. Fourteen students from CHS Back row (l-r): Lillian Bearden attended the convention. They took first place with the club's received valuable training and cel- scrapbook; Maggie Duran received ebrated the past year of service Distinguished Vice President and a Pictured above are students from $1,000 scholarship; Jessie CHS who were recognized on stage Marshall won a $1,000 scholar- ship. Front row (l-r): Rose French was awarded the Distinguished Secretary award and Atziry Rodriguez was honored as a Member of the Year, (given to exemplary non-officers). - Submitted by CHS Key Club Open house in Geyserville Geyserville New Tech Academy will host an open house at the high school on Wednesday, April 27 from 6 to 7 p.m. Students will demonstrate pro- jects, models and works from all grades. The community is invited to talk with student guides, watch presentations and celebrate stu- dent work. The campus is at 1300 Moody Lane, Geyserville. - Submitted by Leila McPhee Get your stuff in the paper! Email news and views to i i HOPE FOR THE FUTURE Valerie Marder with Andrea Garfia, SRJC grant specialist, at a recent AAUW Career Choices program at CIoverdale High School about the growing field of healthcare. Photo provided What brought you to Cloverdale? I have lived here my whole life. Both Mike and I are fourth genera- tion. My great-grandfather worked for farmers all over California, picking fruit, prunes, then homesteaded on Pine Mountain, bring- ing his 10 children here. My mom was the daughter of one of those 10 children and she stayed here and raised her children. What keeps you here? It's the sense of community and the fact that our whole family lives here. We have two sons who we home schooled and they love it here. They are never bored. Everyone is so supportive in this town. People are friendly. I lived in Santa Rosa for a while when I went to the junior college, and people weren't as friendly. They don't know you, they don't say hi. I love walking down the street here and people are "Hey, how're you doing?" Even people who don't know me smile, everyone seems to be in a good mood. "Look Who's Local" by Dobie Edmunds Denaire Nixon Cloverdale resident since 1973 need to foster stewards of the at inconvenient hours, older to be eligible for the Head, to help DPR in its coast. Were fees put into place at pass. The four-page applica- financial challenges. An $8 fee, the public said, these sites, many people like tion is only available in"Our offers have been met is a barrier to access. It's Raikou were concerned, that English. Applicants must with deaf ears," Carrillo said against the California visitors would find turnouts have previous tax state- Despite DPR's lack of Coastal Act and against on Highway 1 to park on and ments and it requires sign off response, the commission Sonoma County's Local use illegal trails to hike by a caseworker, charged the county to work Coastal Plan, which bothdown to the beaches. ' 'ou're only eligible if you with DPR over the next two require maximizing public "Our public and people make $11,000 or less a year," months, along with CCC access to the coast, would find the flee places," Cea Higgins of Surfrider said Chair Steve Kinsey and Vice In its staff report, theSebastopol Mayor Sarah to the Commission. Chair Dayna Bochco, to come CCC agreed the proposal nei- Glade Gurney said. "We Third District Supervisorto a final solution. Ainsworth will report back to the com- mission during the June meeting held in Santa Barbara. ther defends nor maximizes would insist on free access. Shirlee Zane represents a public access to the beach In People will be walking on poorer pocket of Sonoma fact, the proposal turns an Highway 1." County. estimated 295 free parking Jack Ainsworth, acting "It's home to a concentrat- spots at Stump Beach, Goat executive director for the ed pocket of the economically Rock and Shell Beach into CCC, said it's "crystal clear" disadvantaged," Zane said. paid parking spaces for the that the proposal was not ' he coast is a place to have first time, according to ready to move forward, based fun with friends an family on Nancy Cave, North Coast on the lack of understanding a budget, where you can District Manager for the of impact, recharge physically, mental- commission. "A fee for park- impact on the under- ly and socially." ing is a fee for beach use giv- served population is of par- Her colleague, Board en the nature of access to ticular concern for me,"Chair and Fifth District this coast," Cave said. Ainsworth said. Supervisor Efren Carrillo Thirty-five miles comprise In an effort to reach out to agreed. the stretch of coast from the lower income communi- "Sonoma County is a tale Stump Beach in Salt Point ty, DPR offered its Golden of haves and have nots," State Park to .Bodega Head Bear Pass, which costs $5 in Carrillo said. "We need to at the tail end of Sonoma the proposal, which under give access to everyone, not Coast State Park. Access to law, enables any person just those who can pay." these beaches is available receiving supplement securi- Days prior to the hearing, primarily by car, considering ty income, CalWORKS, or the county offered to take bus transit runs once a day, anyone 62 years of age or over management of Bodega Check Out These Columnists Online 13 Year . I$1 too. 3 Br/I Ba. c.tehoo /'J inHrers| Idose to downtown with hardwoodi Sale! ifloors and indoor laundry. 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