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CLOVERDALE REVEILLE, CLOVERDALE, CALIFORNIA WEDNESDAY, APRIL 22, 2009 -- Page 7 magazine cover Cloverdale resident Donna Meier is featured on the cover of the Sonoma County Horse Journal, spring edition. The photo of Meier shows her riding her horse Stanly and leading two pack horses at Lake Sonoma. In the photo, Meier and the horses remote area to establish a water trough for wildlife and horses in a remote section behind Lake Sono- ma. Meier spends many hours each year helping maintain trails at the lake. She's a member of the Back Country Horsemen and the Redwood Empire Trail Riders, and is a certified Master Educa- tor. Each year she also helps edu- cate students at the Ag Day held at the Citrus Fairgrounds for the students of Cloverdale. Each quarter of the year, the Sonoma County Horse Council publishes their Journal and makes it available free of charge to the public. The SCHC is a non-profit organization that strives to repre- were hauling supplies out to a sent responsible horse ownership and horse related businesses in Sonoma County. They work closely with the County of Sonoma. In addition, they're planning an equestrian center that will be available for county residents use and to promote large scale horse events that will promote business in the county. Pick up your free copy of the Sonoma County Horse Journal at Cover to Cover Books, Star Restaurant or the Cloverdale Library. They are distributed by a volunteer. For further information on the SCHC contact Karl Bastian at 541- 0603, or www.sonomacountyhorsecouncil.or~. -Robin Moore yD y!M yD y!M yD y! Wnters:Ma a a a a a The Night Writers of Cloverdale will present a reading of original works on Friday evening, May 1, at 7 p.m. at the Cloverdale Center for the Arts, 105 First Street. The theme for this first day of May reading is May Day! May Day! May Day!, in recognition that a watershed event, or a time of crisis or conflict, can deeply influence or change a life. It remains to be seen how each author will interpret the theme. The writers will host a meet-and-greet after our program in which the public will have an opportunity to talk with the authors. Light refreshments, provided by the Cloverdale Arts Alliance, will be served, and there is no charge to attend. The Night Writers is affiliated with the Cloverdale Arts Alliance, and found its name in the fact that most of the writers must work day jobs to support their writing habit. The group has been meeting for monthly workshops since November, 2006, and held its first reading in conjunction with the Boulevard of the Arts celebration in May of 2007. The writers, now eight in number, have eclectic tastes in literature, authoring works of poetry, fiction, memoir and essay. - Louise Young Swing Dance lessons presented In preparation for this year's Friday Night Live Concert series Swing Dance Lessons are being offered at the Cloverdale Center for the Arts/First Street Gallery every Wednesday evening during the month of May. The Cloverdale Arts Alliance is hoping you will get your dancing shoes on and come take some lessons with us. Lessons are being held from 7 to 8:30 p.m. and will cost $10 per class per student. James Greenwald a longtime swing dancer who has taught at Santa Rosa's EUington Hall will be teaching basic swing dance steps as well as delving into different styles of swing dance. Looking for used clothes donations Recognizing the hard economic times we are experiencing, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day-Saints Relief Society, the churches women's organization, is putting together a Community Clothes Closet just in time for school. They will collect from the community any clean, gently used clothes. Please go through your closets, dressers and storage. Is there anything you have not worn in the last year, or maybe it no longer fits? You could donate it and help your neighbor. Starting Wednesday, May 6, donations will be accepted every Wednesday from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m., at 1101 S. Cloverdale Blvd. on the west, Elbridge Ave. side, and on Saturdays to be announced later. On July 18 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., after the clothes have been sorted, the Relief Society will open the closet for those .in our community who are experiencing tough times and need a little help at no cost. - Jenny Hawk United Church seeks donations for sale Cloverdale's United Church, also known as the "Ivy Church" will be having an Estate Sale and More to help raise funds for the church's ministries on Saturday, May 23 from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. There will be two sections, an estate quality section and a gently used yard sale section. If you have items that you would like to donate and receive a tax receipt, contact Mary Dixon at 894-2947 or Nikki Lane at 894-3034. United Church of Cloverdale is located at 439 N. Cloverdale Blvd. Frank Howard Allen Realtors, The Wine Country GroupTM, an- nounced Friday that it is consoli- dating its office in Cloverdale and relocating from its current space at 117 N. Cloverdale Blvd. Gerrett Snedaker, CEO/Broker of Frank Howard Allen Realtors, The Wine Country GroupTM, said: "We are proud of our agents selling over $19,000,000 worth of real es- tate in Cloverdale over the past twelve months - more than any other firm in the Cloverdale mar- ket. We have great agents who work very hard on behalf of their clients. Frank Howard Allen Realtors, The Wine Country Group, opened its office in Cloverdale in 2003 at the current Cloverdale Blvd ad- dress. There are currently six agents in the office including top producers Ron and Jane Pavelka, David Reynolds, Curtis Kind, Traci Spain and newly licensed agent Carol Figoni. "Sore are planning to ha' Healdsburg office," "The Pavelkas, and others, will retain o dale that are yet t We certainly will r, real estate compa~ community." Carol Lexa, offi~ both the Cloverda burg offices of r Allen, the Wine C said: "Our curren~ great location, ho~ signed to hold up the current mark. agents in the busi sense for us to c~ 'right size" for the n The firm expects e of our agents re desks in our Snedaker said. perhaps a few !rices in Clover- ) be identified. ;main an active y in this great :e manager for e and Healds- rank Howard ountry Group, office is in a fever, it is de- :o 20 agents. In :t, with fewer ness, it makes msolidate and Larket." to have its new location identified within the next two weeks and will let its many cli- ents and friends kr~ow where their favorite agents canbe found. three of them lifted it about a foot as I ran across the ~, and immediately began to put itthat they had alread down again. I love men in that they the perfect place! I are strong and usually like a chap ing wonderful and lenge and will be creative and de- nity involvement. 1 termined to get the job done. These fun that night. Mud guys were great. Then they thought had used a machin perhaps they could roll it. I was ner- to move the foun vous about that as it could damage thankful for me it. John Turner yelled to Jeremy Jo- strength, willingnes jola to get his dolly as the fountain ity to get a hard j, was too heavy to lift safely. These certainly could not kind men went all the way home to self. I want to thank get a dolly to move our fountain! Meanwhile Rick Richardson in- vited me over to the Vets for a drink of my choice and a tour of Lions Club prep for the meeting while the others went to get the dolly. I met wonderful men. One man had spent the day boiling hundreds of Easter eggs so they could all color them after dinner. I was so impressed thinking of a huge room full of men coloring Eas- ter eggs for our children and com- munity. Jim Gunnink wisped me away to the kitchen where he was cooking two gorgeous roasts, many who slipped could get their narr Rick Richardson, } Dickens, John Turne Butch Nelson and Thank you Lions c truly lived up to y reputation. As the sun bega went home I had a sion that night of th full of caring men eggs. Thankful they and not at war wt been away it seems of years keeping th, baked potatoes, showed me a huge ing Easter eggs and salad and cakes that were partially ter baskets with g, eaten ( too good to wait for after children who love t dinner.) These guys know how to tradition. I am very1 make a great dinner! I then chatted men of the Lion's clr with the men about the generosity ~. moved our fountain they.:give this community and the~ great memory of j( were all so friendly and it made me :'*nity spirit. Thank y feel like "Life is good. People are from all of us at Tr good." I felt all warm and content- ing Arts. Toby, Lal ed inside. Then I realized I must get never forget your back for the fountain move. hospitality as its I dashed out the door, Rick from our fountain screaming "Watch out for the cars" and peace. Great Ea: CONT. treet so excited y moved it into was experienc- :aring commu- had so much t better than if I or something rain. ~[ felt so with their ~, and generos- )b done that I ~ave done my- all of them and away before I es. Thank You ~'en Roux, Tex r, Jim Gunnink, Jeremy Jojola. lub! You have our name and to set and I comforting vi- .~ Vets building :oloring Easter could be home Lere merb have for thousands ;m from color- filling the Eas- )odies for our he joy of such hankful for the b and that they that now holds ,y and co~ ou Lion's dub tditional Heal- trie and I will ;enerosity and nemory flows 'ith abundance ;ter spirit. When You Shop .. [ Ask About our Preferred Custo rewardprogram ] 124 So. Cloverdale Bird 894.4080 .goloverdale.om I LDER WISER LUCK :GUESTS MUST Frugal: an old way of life that can help everyone now! By Marge Gray Do you know the word "frugal"? The dic- tionary defines it as "sparing, thrifty, eco- nomical, meager." I really like the sound of that word. In this day and age with our economy such as it is, we all need to learn to be frugal. And how do we do that? I guess a lot of us are frugal by recycling everything we can so that it can be made into something else economi- cally. Some of us are Haiku by Jim Gray thrifty by having a vegetable garden Nature gave us hands and fruit trees and sharing the produce and knowing how we'd with friends, and canning and making use them jam with that produce, made them washable. That old phrase "waste not, want not" comes to mind with the word A sip of wine sparing. So I'm going to try to be fru- a nibble of nuts gal. Will you? a twiddle of toes. 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