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CLOVERDALE REVEILLE, CLOVERDALE, CALIFORNIA THE CUTEST DANG SENIOR PROM WAS LOTS OF DA WEDNESDAY, APRIL 22, 2009- Page 13 NG FUN t people are "partying" in the street and making a lot of noise on E. Third St. 2:33 a.m. Caller reports two women with a pick-up are going through the dumpsters on Clark Ave. 2:33 a.m. Caller on Tarman Dr. reports three suspicious subjects were in her yard and are now sit- ting across the street. Officer warned and advised subjects. 10:40 a.m. Caller reports a male subject is se+Uing strawberries door to door on Elm St. 11:55 a.m. Property owner re- ports vandalism to his fence on 220 S. Cloverdale Blvd. Caller also states subjects are drinking there and .leaving beer cans and bottles. Report taken. 4:20 p.m. Citizen requests and of- ricer take a report about a violation of a restraining order. 7:52 p.m. Caller on Monaco Cir requests advice on how to docu- ment damage to her vehicle from neighbor kids playing baseball in the area. Advice given. 9:04 p.m. Officer out with sub- jects skateboarding in the City Pla- za. 11:07 p.m. Citizen requests a civil standby to retrieve her property as her husband has been drinking and is not being cooperative. L Nothing is so strong as gentle- ness; nothing so gentle as real strength. St. Francis of Sales Gene and Carolyn Marcinkowski, left, Susan Bennett, Mark Tuma, Doc Peles and R in Linstrom, both of Petaluma, pose for a photo at The Cutest Dang Senior Prom Ever, a benefit fundraiser for the Boys and Girls Club of Clovlrdale. Gary and Diana Kitowski enjoyed the company of friends at last Saturday's prom, a benefit for the Boys and Girls Club outfitsThe CarterS,together.JUlie and Greg, had fun getting their prom of Cloverdale. / Cici Richardson and Crystal Vine Neenati'a'6ch , le , Ins Komk, Can/Fraser and Joan Tillman were happyt wearing their prom dresses, on hand in support of the Boys and Girls Club. Adrienne Bryan and Adrian Ramirez both enjoyed the event, which featured a D J, appetizerS, a silent auction and dancing to benefit the Boys and Girls Club. Sam Beeson, left, Dave Laurice, both Lions Club members, and Kris Wirt took "prom photos" of guests. Mary Dixon, left, Laurie Kneeland, Sue and Bob Jackson at the"prom." / I n tro(i tJ (:ing Our s75 million commitment for new consumer and small business loans. New lower rates and discounts on the loans that people need most - home loans, auto loans, equipment financing, business lines of credit and more. Sonoma County's local bank is ready to help qualified borrowers with the money they need for business, their families and to help get our local economy moving again. For more information visit any of our 19 convenient branches or call 707.524,3000. Member FDIC www.exchangebank,com i for 0 a winner] 888:sHoK ww'shkawah'c