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PAGE 14 -- WEDNESDAY, MAY 4, 2011 ~ CLOVERDALE REVEILLE • CLOVERDALE, CALIFORNIA The Horseless Carriage Club of America's Western Gaslight Tour featured Cloverdale as a stopping point for lunch at the Historic Owl Cafe on April 20. Over 67 people and 34 one and two cylinder cars from all over the west coast were involved in the tour. This beautiful 1905REO drew a lot of attention and so did the driving apparel. Pictured are owner, Steve Weber, Jan Hills and Bob and Nancy UIIrich, all from Oregon. Alan Furber, Jr., left, Ron Siegemund, and Bill Lambert at April's Chamber Mixer. It was hosted by Pamela Mandela at her Cloverdale KOA camping resort located in the hills east of downtown. It is a great place to bring the kids or grandkids for a "staycation." Veronica Hermosillo, left, and Sara Howell from Redwood Credit Union, enjoyed the networking, refreshments and wine poured by Milano Family Winery. Last week Cloverdale also saw several hundred rare vintage European automobiles come through downtown. They also created a lot of interest. Many rally drivers and passengers dined at Cloverdale restaurants before heading to Calistoga, the next destination. £ GENEP AL EP CHANDISE SINCE 1911 SPRING IS HERE! STOP BY AND SEE OUR SELECTION OF: 4. Panhandle Slim Clothing for Men and Women Straw Hats ~ Jewelry ~ Animal Feed • ~ Horse Tack & Grooming Supplies "~ Vegetable Seeds • ~ Work Boots ~ Moccasins 4. Garden Supplies ° IN DOWNTOWN GEYSERVILLE ° 857-3463 - Mon.-Sat. 9-5:30 (closed for lunch 12-1) bosworthandson.com i ,':"7 ~ ~ ~ i ~ ~ ~i ~ .... , ~ ~ i ~,~ ..... /i 7!~~ " QO•• ••••O:O~O@• ••Ie••oooQQOOaO@OQOOooooQO~ DOOO~OOQ~ ~i~~Έ ~iiiΈ :,,~ :•:: ,::~::•:::: iiiililili{i:~iiiiiili :~ii ili~ s ee s • e • • s t • Q. * • t • ~,~ • ~ e o ;' • • Newlyweds Ken and Elizabeth Allen at the mixer. They were married in January at Trione Winery in Geyserville. Top Sonoma County Grape Grower Ulises Valdez and his wife Adelina, will host a grand opening fiesta for their new winery tasting room for Valdez Family Winery in Cloverdale on Saturday, May 7*h from noon to 5 pm. Please.make reservations by emailing ~oe@vald~x~xn or call 894-3710 by Friday, May 4. It is located at 595 Santana Drive, Suite A, in Cloverdale (just off the 101 Highway at the South Clover- dale Blvd. exit. The event is open to thg public at no charge. The Valdez Family Winery ~rand Opening Fiesta will feature a selection of Mexican foods includ- ing handmade tamales and camitas matched with Valdez Family wines from the 2007-2010 vintages. There will also be a Mariachi band play- ing festive music. "We initially opened our winery and tasting room on Feb. 5 with the intension of holding a big commu- ~!: nity party in early May with beauti- ful spring weather, says Ulises." Plus we have been bottling our first wines at the winery -- 2009 Zinfan- • del, Petite Sirah, Syrah and 2010 Sauvignon Blanc. We want to share these new wines with our guests at the fiesta." Valdez, 41, has made his reputa- tion in the Sonoma County wine in- dustry by growing award-winning grapes for such noted winemakers as Mark Auber, Jeff Cohen and Th- omas Brown with his vineyard management company, Valdez & Sons Vineyard Management. He currently grows and manages about 1,000 vineyard acres in Sono- ma County. ..... O O RI CHI inci Join the Pia~v~~ £~ub and get: ;°,u,:eaEt.=:".,'aaE:~,'°o.';*°;"=v~:aEa :'~ GOOD FOR $10 OFF ANY SINGLE MENU ITEM ON THE BAR Ik GRILL OR STEARHOUSE MENU INCLUDING BUFFET OFFERINGS. One coupon per person, per day. Offer not valid with any other coupons offers or promotions. Hopland Sho-Ka-Wah Casino reserves the right to modify or discontinue this promotion without notice. NO cash value. 007278* Hopland ; Valdez came to California in 1985 at age 16 from his remote village in Michoacan, Mexico, to join his brother and work in the vineyards in Sonoma County. He got his first job with Jack Florence Jr. pruning grape vines. He became a perma- nent resident and then a citizen (in 1996) because of the 1986 Immigra- tion Reform and Control Act. In 1987, he was promoted to part own- er and eventually a partner in Flo- rence Vineyard Management Co. In 2003, he bought out Florence's interest in the company and started Valdez & Sons Vineyard Manage- ment. In 2004, Valdez decided to real- ize his dream of having his own wine brand by creating Valdez Family Winery. With the help of winemakers Paul Hobbs of Paul Hobbs Winery and Jeff Cohen of JC Cellars, Valdez made and released his first wines in 2005 from a shared winemaking facility in Santa Rosa. ,~ce that time, he has produced several more wines and many have received critical acclaim. A few have received 90 point plus scores from The Wine Spectator. In Decem- ber 2010, the 2007 Valdez Family Petite Sirah from Landy Vineyard scored 96 points in The Wine Specta- tor. In May, 2010, Valdez was hon- ored when his "Silver Eagle" Char- '~ donnay from the Russian River Valley was served to President Fe- lipe Calder6n of Mexico at a state dinner at the White House. Mauricio Soto is the winemaker at Valdez Family Winery. He was formerly with Paradise Ridge and Stryker Sonoma wineries. -Elizabeth Valdez April's Business After Hours mixer was hosted by Pamela Mandela, left, at her CloverCale KOA Camping Resort. The acclaimed resort has been featured in natiOdal.magazines. Here Pamela is pictured with Roxanne Kolbe, the co-owner of Auberge on the Vineyard. Llmnl gamens Friday, May 13 The Cloverdale High School Alumni Football game will be held Friday, May 13, at 7:30 p.m. It will be the Cloverdale Eagles vs. the Willits Wolverines. Proceeds will benefit the Eagle Pride Booster club to support Clo- verdale School Sports. Tickets are available at Cloverdale Automo- tive. For information call Clover- dale Automotive at 894-1072. Spring FIoraI Fest exhibit opens May 6 at History Center The Cloverdale History Center presents a celebration of Spring starting Friday, May 6. A reception for the artists is set for Friday, May 13 from 5 to 7 p.m. These artists' works will be fea- tured: • Margaret Hayes-oil • Henry Smith-acrylic • Beverley McChesney-acrylic • Bobbi Chamberlain- photography and tapestry • Melissa Cox-watercolor • Joan Wale-watercolor • Marge Gray-watercolor • Melinda Shook-watercolor • Kelly Johnson-photography • Ron Brown-ikebana flower arrangement Planners to hear one application tonight The Cloverdale Planning Commission will hear one application at their regularly scheduled monthly meeting tonight, Wednesday, May 4 at 6:30 p.m. at the Cloverdale Performing Arts Center, 209 N. Cloverdale Blvd. Owners David and Cheryl Wight have requested that the commission- ers allow a PUD Permit to allow them to convert two first floor commercial spaces within an existing building to residential uses at 221 S. Cloverdale Blvd. After hearing that item, the commission will review the 2011 Inclusion- ary Housing Ordinance prior to its finalization. The public is invited to attend and participate in the public hearing portion of the meeting. 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