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CLOVERDALE REVEILLE, CLOVERDALE, CALIFORNIA WEDNESDAY, JUNE 20, 2012 -- Page 7 Fourth District Supervisor Mike McGuire sponsored a gold resolution at the June 12 Sonoma County Board of Supervisors' meeting acknowledging and honoring retiring Cloverdale Unified School District Superintendent Claudia Frandsen for her 40 years of service as an educator and administrator and for her numerous accomplishments. With Frandsen and Supervisor McGuire are, back row left, Ernie Frandsen, Claudia's father; Lois Standring, Chief Business Official for CUSD; Dick Johnson and Gene Lile, CUSD board members; and front row left, Marjie Mielke, Claudia's sister. Photo by Sonoma County photographer Devlin Martinsen. Payless Self Storage Forget aH otheDeals! ' q i.:, -- , We will BEAT any PRICE in town by $10 a month: 894-9300 World Elder Abuse Awareness Day was Friday, June 15. To promote awareness, 2720 flags were placed in front of the county's fiscal building in Santa Rosa to commemorate the number of elder abuse cases referred in the county this past year. The month of June is designated as Elder Abuse Awareness Month. According to Gall Pardini-Plass, who is an advisory council member for Sonoma County Area Agency on Aging, "Sonoma County has a large number of seniors as compared to other counties and we need to be aware of what our elderly neighbors are possibly facing; conditions such as physical or emotional abuse, neglect and exploitation." If you suspect that a senior is the target of elder abuse, you can report it to the Sonoma County Area on Aging and an independent investigation will be conducted. Photo by Gall Pardini-Plass Kerouac comes to Ruth McGowan's June 23 Meet the Library "Reader of the week" The Cloverdale Library is pleased to announce that Jose Zazueta is our first Reader of the Week! Jose gave- his first "presidential address" at a presidential lecturn as part of the Dream Big/ summer reading pro- gram. Jose is nine years old and will be in the fourth grade at GeyserviUe Elementary School. He is a real ani- mal lover - especially wild animals. He would like to grow up to be an animal researcher or zookeeper. This interest led him to the book he reviewed: Cheetahs by Shona Grim- bly. In fact, cheetahs have been his favorite animal since he was in kin- dergarten. Jose rated this book as a five star book and says: "I feel that way because the book explains about the habitat. The book also talks about the history of the chee- tah, how they hunt, social life, avoiding danger, communication and bringing up their young." The Reader of the Week contest is open to children going into fourth, fifth or sixth grade. It is part of sum- mer reading at the library which in- cludes something for all ages. Sign-up at the Library! There is the Rubber Ducky Club for babies and toddlers; Dream Big - Read! Club for preschool through 6th grade; and TeenRead for those who will be in the 7th through 12th grades. Also join us each Tuesday Jose Zazueta is the first Reader of the Weekfor the library's Dream Big summer reading program. afternoon at 2:30 for a fun, free fam- ily program. On Thursday morn- ings, preschool storytime begins at 10:30, and Friday afternoons at 3pro, there is a special, free pro- gram just for teens. For more information, please call the Library at 894-5271 x5. - Lucinda Wilson ANIMAl, t 1OSI ITAI. OF CIX)VF.,RDAH:' Receive $5 OFF any Vaccine for your cat or dog in June. Go to our website and print out the coupon today. Look for other money saving offers every month at Call for Appointment! 894-3951 After recently playing a sold-out show at Vino di Amore, Kerouac comes to Ruth McGowan's Brewpub this Saturday evening, June 23, from 9 to 11 p.m. They play R&B by Aretha Franklin, Bill Withers, The Rolling Stones, Creedence Clearwater Revival, Santana and Otis Redding. "Lead singer Marie-Louise belts it out and lead guitarist Leesa Gomez plays Texas-style lead guitar reminiscent of Stevie Ray Vaughn and Duane AIIman," said a spokesperson. Real Flicks finale June 25 and 26 Our final Real Flicks film of the season is The Kid With a Bike, a 1:27 min PG-13 rated drama that will screen on Monday and Tues- day, June 25 and 26, at 7 p.m. at Clover Cinemas. Winner of the Grand Jury Prize at this year's Cannes Film Festival and a Golden Globe nominee for Best Foreign Language Film, the deeply moving new film by the Dardeune b.r.othes delves into the emotional i6 of'troubled 11-year-old Cyril (Thomas Doret). When his father (J6r6mie Renier) abandons him, Cyril obsessively searches for his bicycle - placing his last bit of hope in this symbol of their relationship. Almost by accident, he becomes the ward of a kind hairdresser (C6cile de France), who seems surprised to find herself so determined to help him. With his wild, unpredictable behavior and his disastrous search for father figures, Cyril risks losing her - though she refuses to give up without a fight. And we won't give up, either! We will resume our Real Flicks Inde- pendent film series in the fall. So, please join us after the Monday night screening at the First Street Gallery, 105 E. First Street for a live- ly discussion of our final Real Flicks film of the season. We'll toast an- other great year of independent films! -Chelsea Judith Richard Nichoils, DDS [ i!iiiiiiiii  iii! ....... iiiiiiiiiii! ?''' [i'iiii .... Canal, Dentures Bleaching Emergency Appointments CEREC Computer Design for New Crowns 894-3986 1 ] 4 N. 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