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CLOVERDALE REVEILLE, CLOVERDALE, CALIFORNIA , WEDNESDAY, APRIL 28, 2010- Page 7 Ruth Georgia Pellegrini Performing Art celebrates 100th Birthday Center to present Ruth Pellegrini was proud to cel- ebrate her 100th birthday on April 11. A small party with family and friends was held at Healdsburg Se- nior Living, where Ruth currently resides. Ruth was born in Boonville on April 11, 1910, to Grace and Charles Finney. Charles owned the local general store there and was the town's blacksmith and gunsmith. The family moved to the Dutcher Creek area of Cloverdale when Ruth was 10 years old. She lived there until her marriage on Sept. 15, 1928 to Raoul Arthur Pellegrini of Asti. He courted her with maple nut ice cream. She raised her three children (Fay Seghesio, Richard Pellegrini and Gene Pellegrini) in northern Sono- ma County, and spent nearly 80 years in the Cloverdale area. Ruth was very active in her com- munity and was a member of the Womens' Improvement Club. She was recognized by the Cloverdale Library for her votunteerism. She is a member of United Church of Clo- verdale, where she sang in the choir when she was younger. While no longer as mobile, she has been known to burst into song, and still entertains the family with a rendition of the old tune, "Around the Corner and Under the Honora nursing home residenton Mother's Day Some mothers don't get remem- bered on Mother's Day. They are old and alone. On Mother's Day there is no one to send them 'flow- ers. For :his reason the Ombuds- man Program of Sonoma County is once again coordinating an effort to brighten a nursing home residents' Mother's Day with a fresh beautiful bouquet and card. For a contribution of $25 or more, the Ombudsman Program will de- liver flowers to a woman in a nurs- ing home on Mother's Day. This will bring someone your gift of love and caring and will also support the efforts of the Ombudsman Pro- gram for Long Term Care as it works to make nursing and resi- dential homes safe, clean, friendly and responsive to patient's needs. The person can be designated or an Ombudsman will select that special someone. Send orders to the Om- budsman Mother's Day Flower Program, Senior Advocacy Servic- es, 3262 Airway Dr., Ste. C, Santa Rosa, CA 95403. Credit cards are accepted. Call 526-4108. Through a photographic essay, Kimberly Howland, First Street Gallery artist, will share her experiences of the 2009 Florence Biennale International Art Event and Italy. Kimberly's participation in the Biennalewasthroughthesponsorship of the Cloverdale Arts Alliance. Join Kimberly and the Cloverdale Arts Alliance for a night in Italy this Thursday, April 29, 5:30-7:30 p.m. at 543 N. Cloverdale Blvd. For additional information: www.cloverdale- artsalliance.org. Wn it's time fbrachangeil call the staffing Speia!!Sts at: i MANAGEMENT I CONNECTIONS Ruth Pellegriniwasbornin Boonville April11,1910 Tree.'Her family attributes her lon- gevity to her hearty appetite and her dedication to daily walks around downtown Cloverdale, even when she was in her 90s. Pulitzer Prize winning play, "Talley's Folly" As construction continues at the site of the new theater facility each day on Cloverdale Boulevard, re- hearsing and producing plays in Cloverdale doesn't have to wait for the new theater to open. The power of performance keeps its own pace during the construc- tion phase, and the organization's Grange Hall Theater still serves as an adjunct off-site venue for fresh and entertaining live theater in Clo- verdale. Beginning Thursday, May 6, and continuing on Fridays and Satur- days for two weeks in early May, Cloverdale Performing Arts Cen- ter, under the direction of artistic director Jim de Priest, will present Talley's Folley, the Pulitzer Prize- winning play by Lanford Wilson. Set on the 4 th of July in 1944 in a dilapidated boathouse on a farm near Lebanon, Missouri, character Matt Friedman pursues a comical and often poignant romance with Sally Talley, the daughter of a prominent family in the town. Over the course of the play, the two char- acters attempt to settle their feel- ings for one another--once and for all. The play is the second part in Landford Wilson's "Talley Trilogy," which also includes "Talley & Son" and "Fifth of July." Tickets are $15, and $12 for seniors and students, and are available for purchase dai- ly at Mail Center, Etc. located at 207-A N. Cloverdale Boulevard. Performances start at 8 p.m. on May 6, 7, 8, 14, and 15. If you've never been to a performance produced by this group's high level of quality and energy, you're missing some- thing great in Cloverdale. The Womens Guild is comprised of women who attend St. Peter's and/or Our LadyofMt.CarmelCatholicchurches.ltisa fundraising groupwhich supports the community, the church and creates fellowship among members. The Womens Guild is seeking new members and or volunteers who are willing With demolition work completed and interior construction right on track, volunteers moved theater seats and seat backs into the theater last Saturday. Susanne Imhaus, left, Michelle Leonard, Holly Werner, Jeff Boland, Richard Werner, Mary Ann Brigham, David McChesney, Laurie Kneeland, Mike Brigham and Mary Dixon were among the volunteers. Walls are now being framed and work on the fire sprinkler system has begun. Rememberto check out Sunday Bingo from 2 to 5 p.m. at the Grange Hall, 201 Commercial. Proceeds benefit the Cloverdale Performing Arts Center. Doors open at 1 p.m. and if you'd like to volunteer to set up you can come at noon. r  CITY OF CLOVERDALE Meeting of the City Council and joint meeting of  the Community Development Agency Board of '/-,z-y Directors and Cloverdale Improvement Authority REGULAR SCHEDULED MEETING WEDNESDAY, APRIL 28, 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. 1. Recognition of King's Kastle for their efforts in caring for and finding homes for 16 displaced Golden Retrievers. 2. A Proclamation Declaring National Crime Victims' Rights Week, April 26 - May 2, 2009. 3. A Proclamation Declaring Mosquito and Vector Control and West Nile Virus Week, April 26 -April 30, 2010. 4. Minutes of previous meeting (1) set: Meeting of April 14, 2010. 5. Resolution No. 022-2010 Approving Amendment Number Three to the Professional Services Agreement with Luhdorff & Scalmanini Consulting Engineers Adding Well No. 3 Modification and Testing Services. 6. Allocation of Outside Agency Funding to the Family Movies on 1" Series. 7. Resolution No. 023-2010 Supporting the California Air Resources Board's Leadership in Devel- oping and Implementing Strategies for Meeting California's Greenhouse Gas Reduction Targets, and in Promoting Emission Reductions from Motor Vehicles. 8. Position on SCTA Potential Vehicle License Fee on the November 2010 Ballot. 9. Urban Growth Boundary ballot measure language. 10. Landscaping and Lighting Assessment District - Resolutions of Intent to Levy and Collect Annual Assessments, Preliminary Approval of the Annual Engineer's Report for FY 2010-11 and Setting the Time and Date of the Public Hearing for the Cloverdale Landscaping and Lighting Assessment District for Fiscal Year 2010-11. r i / / / / m i / / i i I i / i m tH Ihi ;;PY GW Itah' stchhe rd :lVd  r Ss:Cthu rdS ty'hLIva" r2g S2to;; "eTh eGhuii I iisSatl sh 2 s::: iUagl : U [ : : donations for the silent auction such as wine, gift certificates and event tickets. If you would like to donate, contact Myrna at 894-0345.The annual dues are $15.This photo was taken at Piacere Restaurant where members enjoyed a delicious lunch. Pictured are Helen Champion, EnidBramy, Chris ,,: New or Renew to the :. Rapoza, Ellen Wigenbach, lana Jones, Betty Simmons, Bonnie Fisher, Mary Jane Mittelstadt, Aria Mae Bogner, Marilyn Heinen, Lucille Sink and Fran II l L;shinski. I I I ' Payless Self Storage. 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