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PAGE 12- WEDNESDAY, APRIL 28, 2010 CLOVERDALE REVEILLE CLOVERDALE, CALIFORNIA A NEW EXHIBIT FEATURING ART BY JIM AND MARGE GRAY can now be seen at the CIoverdale History Center. Last Saturday, the CIoverdale Historical Society held a reception honoring the two local artists, Marge with her paintings and Jim with his sculpture. Acrylic painting by Sandra Rubin. CLOVERDALE MINI STORAGE 35 INDUSTRIAL DR. (707) 894-3682 DO YOUR SPRING CLEANING EARLY AND SAVE. OUR RATES ARE LOWER THAN MOST. SECOND MONTH FREE ON SELECTED SIZES NO ADMINISTRATIVE FEES NO DEPOSITS, 24 HOUR ACCESS ON SITE MANAGER OFFER SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE 00ig, Get the home loan need you from the bank you trust. Contact us today to learn how Bank of America could help find a mortgage solution for you: Keeli Gernandt Senior Mortgage Loan Officer 877.347.9992 keeli.gernandt@bankofamerica.com http://mortgage.bankofamerica.com/keeligemandt Bank of Amedca, N.A., Member FDIC 1 Equal Housing Lender 2009 Bank of Amedca Corporation. Credit and collateral are subject to approvaLTerms and conditions apply.This is not a commitment to lend. Programs, rates, terms and conditions are subject to change without notice. 00 62-Bl18D 0200B AR7220B BankofAmerica';" Home Loans CLOVERDALE GIRL SCOUTTROOP 10166 VISITED the Cloverdale Museum and History Center recently with local artist and Historical Society board member Marge Gray. Pictured are troop members Blake Seavey, left, Katelynn Edwards, Avery Essick, Nicole Tate, Kayla Atkinson, Jasmine Zuniga, Rose French, Savanah Hemphill, T6a Muller and Lyndy Smith. They stopped by the CIoverdale Reveille's window which has an exhibit made up of vintage household appliances from the museum. Spring Library Art Show opens Friday, April 30 This Friday evening, April 30, the Friends of the Library will present the Spring Library Art Show in the Community Room of Cloverdale Library. Three visual artists from around the area will exhibit their work, and three musicians in the Fynan family will offer baroque music. The three artists include Jen- nifer Baker, sculpture; Anne Kessler, pastels; and Sandra Rubin, painting. Living in the' woods outside Gra- ton for 20 years, Sandra Rubin is very much awar e of orchards, fields, trees, and animals. In this show, particularly, she will exhibit semi-abstract acrylic paintings of stylized bird forms. After graduating from Universi- ty of California at Berkeley in Neu- robiology, Rubin remembers drawing human figures while studying anatomy in medical school. Shifting her passion com- pletely to art, she enrolled in vari- ous art classes and workshops around northern California, includ- ing at Mendocino Art Center. She credits her participation in the West County women's painting group Art Heaven for major training and influence over the years. For seven years RubIn has exhib- ited her work at the major open stu- dio event titled Art at the Source in and around Sebastopol. More re- cently, she has shown quite a num- ber of paintings at Quercia Gallery in Duncans Mills. In addition, she was juried into a competition at Falkirk Center in San Rafael, an ex- hibit which is currently underway. The artists' reception at the li- brary, free and open to the public, will be held from 6 to 8 p.m. at the library. Refreshments will be served. Until May 28, volunteers will keep the exhibit open Monday through Saturday 1 to 5 p.m., and Monday and Wednesday evenings from 7 to 9 p.m. 49th Annual 4-H ChickenQue will include life-saving donor drives Once again, the UC Cooperative Extension and Sonoma County 4-H will be putting on Chicken Que, a barbeque fundraiser to support 4-H on May 2. Now in its 49 K year, ChickenQue is the only fundraiser for Sonoma County 4-H: we are able to run our entire countywide program for youth from your support at this one-day event! Come out to the Sonoma County Fairgrounds and enjoy a barbeque chicken plate lunch for $7 in advance, $8 at the door. There will be music, games and club booths showcasing 4-H's many activities. Sonoma County 4-H is pleased to announce its participation in the Be The Match, National Marrow Do- nor Recruitment Campaign. A com- munity recruitment drive will be taking place in our local area at the 49 th annual ChickenQue. This drive will provide our local community members the opportunity to join others across the country who want to give the gift of life by joining the Be The Match, National Marrow Donor Program (BTM) Registry. For more information about mar- row and blood cell donation, con- tact Be The Match at 1-800-MARROW-2. Online infor- mation is available at www.bethematch.org. Blood Bank of the Redwoods will also be at ChickenQue to hold a blood drive. Blood Bank of the Redwoods is a full-service blood center that .provides lifesaving blood products to hospitals in Son0ma, Lake and Mendocino counties 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. We need to collect a mini- mum of 100 units a day to meet our communities' need of over 30,000 units a year. Every 15 minutes someone in Sonoma County uses blood. Please be a lifesaver and give blood. There are local patients who need your help everyday. Look for the Bloodmobiles next to the Cattle Barn at ChickenQue. Visit www.bbr.org to schedule an ap- pointthenf or for more information. Come to ChickenQue on May 2 at the Sonoma County Fairgrounds-- one event, three ways to support your community. Scott and Heather Cleveland with their children two year old Ethan and six year old Ella. They came out to support the CHS Senior class at the .Family Fun Day held at the Citrus Fairgrounds on Friday, April 16. Darren Sibert, who just before the photograph got dunked in the dunk tank, is pictured with John Turner. Cloverdale families came out in support of the senior class. Proceeds from the event will help underwrite the cost of the class Project Grad night party and trip. Miriam and Aaron Barrera with Marina Trevizo at Family Fun Day. Organizers also included a BBQ, and lots of'great desserts. Bryan and Lisa Dorsett staffed a Perler Bead table at Family Fun Day. In addition to jump houses and slides, there was a climbing wall and lots of kid-oriented fun. Students Maria Dilley, David Whitaker and Anthony Garcia with Wendy Green, who helped organize this first Family Fun Day. It was held Friday, April 16 to raise money for the senior class at CHS.