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CLOVERDALE REVEILLE, CLOVERDALE, CALIFORNIA WEDNESDAY, JUNE 22, 2011 -- Page ,q Legion Pes00 293 "&apos;" OttiCePS ape instafled At the last Installation dinner the commander's gavel was passed from Woodley Frampton to Gene Marcinkowski for the coming fiscal year. Gene, while addressing the audience stated,"after having been here before, I'm going to try to do it right this time." He got a good laugh from all but his wife Carolyn, who undoubtedly sees her "Honey-Do List" being put on the back burner again. The new officers for the William Russell Ledford Post 293 are presented for Installation. R.B. Southard, right, Mike Lynch, Doug Newton, Ed Howell, Gale Moore, Woodley Frampton, Andrew Rigs, John Novak, Dick Snibbe and Gene Marcinkowski. Clover Springs Singers sang "America the Beautiful " as part of the Memorial Day Ceremony held at the Veterans Memorial Building. The event was planned and presented by the American Legion Post 293. At least 125 people were in attendance for the hour-long ceremony. Huncilman's La Menyna is intriguing Whether you are riding or walk- ing down North Cloverdale Boule- vard, Stan Huncilman's La Menyna is sure to grab your attention. The judges awarded this brilliantly col- ored metal sculpture an Honorable Mention award in this year's Clo- verdale Sculpture Exhibit, present- ed by the Cloverdale Arts Alliance. Stan Huncilman has been a sculp- tor for more than 25 years, having received his Masters in Fine Arts in Sculpture from the San Francisco Art Institute after attending San Francisco State University. Though he originally hails from Indiana, he now makes his home in Berkeley. Huncilman works in a variety of materials, preferring to use the ma- terial that is most expedient to cre- ating the sculpture he wants. He often works directly in the material from a simple sketch. Says Huncilman of his work, "I combine a child-like playfulness with primitivism. This creates a wonderland of intriguing forms and convoluted messages. When I enter my studio there is a mental sign post reading 'Linear Thinking Stops Here.' Through my sculpture I create a world of nutritiously puz- zling paradigms whose roots may be in religion, folk art, nineteenth century industrialisms or Greek mythology." This year's piece, La Menyna, re- flects that wonderland of intriguing forms and convoluted messages. It was inspired by Picasso's series of 58 paintings, Las Meninas, which in turn was a response to Las Meninas (Spanish for The Maids of Honour), painted by Diego Vehlzquez in 1656. The composition of Velazqu- ez' Las Meninas has intrigued view- ers for centuries with the questions it raises about reality and illusion and the mysterious relationship it creates between the viewer and the subjects of the painting. It has elicit- ed artistic responses from such lu- minaries as Francisco Goya; Salvador Dali, Pablo Picasso and John Singer Sargent. Enjoy the lev- els of intrigue our La Menyna pre- sents, as well as all of the other sculptures in the Exhibit all sum- mer. - Sue Tharrington Early deer and bear hunting of'a's6er and eilr seasons af6 only months away. Archery deer season starts in the A Zone on July 9 with archery bear seasons commencing Aug. 20. The A Zone general deer season spans Aug. 13 to Sept. 25 with a 65,000 tag quota and an estimated 26 percent hunter success rate. Most of the A Zone land is under private ownership but access is available on Bureau of Land Management and National Forest lands. Californians enjoy some of the earliest seasons in the nation and the widest range of seasons and hunt- ing conditions from pursuing black bear in the red- wood forests of Humboldt County to desert mule deer in the high desert of San Bernardino County. The Coastal A Zone deer and bear seasons are traditional- ly the first seasons to open for deer and bear in late seasons open this summer General'season dites, Sept. 17- OCL i6' Zone"]J:3-'l()-:i Seulpt0r Stan Huncilman with ,, Archery season, Aug. 20 - Sept. 11; General season" Menyna," which received an dates, varies; see regulations book. Zone C1: Archery season, Aug. 20- Sept. 4; General season dates, Sept. 17 Honorable Mention award in this - Oct. 16. Zone C2, C3: Archery season, Aug. 20 - Sept. 11; General season dates, Sept. 17 - Oct. 23. Zone C4: Archery season, Aug. 20 - Sept. 4; General season dates, Sept. 17 - Oct. 2. Zone X: Archery season, Aug. 20 - Sept. (various); General season dates, draw zones, see regu- lations. Archery bear season opens Aug. 20, 2011 and runs through Sept. 11, 2011. General bear season opens con- currently with general deer season in the A, B, C, D, X8, X9A, X9B, X10 and X12 deer hunting zones. Please refer to the 2011 California Mammal Hunting Regula- This is the third year that the Summer Youth Ecology Corps has partnered with the city's Parks and Landscape Dept. to do park maintenance, general upkeep and other maintenance projects in Cloverdale. Their first project of the summer was laying down wood mulch to prevent erosion and water loss near The Cottages development on Foothill Blvd. The group is part of the Center for Social and Environmental Stewardship which provides jobs and training in partnership with the Sonoma County Water Agency. Pictured on their first day are Jesus Ortiz, left, Nohely Gonzalez, Jesus Arzate, Kevin Johnson, Ramon Woods-Campos, Rico Estrada and supervisor Ted Benbow. Andres Soto and Francisco Alvarado were not pictured because they were attending orientation. Parks and Landscape employee Hector Galvan, who works closely with the youth corps, noted that he was a graduate of this same program. He believes that the skills he learned helped him to get his job with the City of Cloverdale. summer, tions for opening dates. In the remaining deer hunting Deer hunting seasons with opening dates in July X zones, bear season begins Oct. 8, 2011. and August are: Zone A: Archery season, July 9-31; The Department of Fish and Game (DFG) shall close General season dates, Aug. 13-Sept. 25. Zone B1, B2, the season earlier if 1,700 bears have been reported B3, B5: Archery season, Aug. 20 - Sept. 11; General taken. For daily updates on reported bear harvest, call season dates, Sept. 17 - Oct. 23. Zone B4: Archery toll-free (888)277-6398 or visit season, July 23 - Aug. 14; General season dates, Aug. life/hunting/bear/harvest.html. -Department of Fish 27 - Oct. 2. Zone B6: Archery season, Aug. 20 - Sept. 11; and Game c or Meeting of the City Council LOVERDA LE and joint meeting of the Community Development Agency Board of Directors REGULAR SCHEDULED MEETING WEDNESDAY, JUNE 22, 2011 CLOSED SESSION: 5:30 P.M. CLOSED SESSION LOCATION: CITY HALL CONFERENCE ROOM, 124 N. CLOVERDALE BLVD., CLOVERDALE, CA 95425 PUBLIC BUSINESS SESSION: 6:30 P.M. LOCATION: CLOVERDALE PERFORMING ARTS CENTER 209 N CLOVERDALE BLVD. CLOVERDALE, CA 95425 ACTION ITEM SUMMARY CLOSED SESSION - 5:30 p.m. PUBLIC BUSINESS SESSION - 6:30 p.m. 1. Minutes of previous meeting - June 8, 2011 2. Minutes of previous meeting - June 11, 2011 3. Consideration of Resolution No. 043-2011 authorizing the destruction of certain records as incorporated as Exhibit "A" of the resolution which is authorized by the City's official record retention schedule adopted in September 2006 4. Consideration of Resolutions Re-adopting the Current Amounts of Traffic Development Impact Fee and Storm Drain Fee and Adopting Administrative Guidelines for the Calculation and Payment of Those Fees 5. Update on Regional Solid Waste and Recycling Issues 6. Sonoma County/Cities Solid Waste Advisory Group (SWAG) Presentation of its Research Committee Report 7. Joint Resolution No. 044-2011 and CD011-2011 Approving an Interim Expenditure Plan for Fiscal Year 2010-2011 Routine Expenditures year's Cloverdale Sculpture Exhibit. Tedd Peterson photo. An evening of wine and chocolate July 16 "Death by Chocolate" is an evening dedicated to the celebra- tion of wine and chocolate. Coppo- la, Milano and Trione wineries are donating wInes and providing per- sonnel to share their expertise with the attendees. Coppola, Eagle's Nest, E1 Coqui, Pelotone Catering and Piacere restaurants will be sharing some of their signature chocolate creations. Attendees will be treated to 15 stations set up on site at 101 Zinfan- del Ct. Stations will vary from pro- viding hands-on learning activities such as making truffles, to offering samples of such favorites as choco- late mousse, and chocolate cheese- cake; and of course everything is matched with fabulous wines from these prestigious wineries. Tickets are pre-sale only and cost $35. The price of a ticket will cover the experience of tasting and making your own treats under expert direc- tion, will give you at $10 value reci- pe book to take home, will provide you with your own wine glass which you can decorate on-the-spot at one of the stations, and will give you a chance to win a basket of chocolate-themed items. Tickets may be purchased from Kiwanis members, at Mail Center, Etc. or at the Key Club booth which will be operating on July I and 8 at Friday Night Live. WO00R<KS Brakes FP)SN  Dplwgff;e Tune-Ups  Work Timing Belts CV Joints ..... Guaranteed , ....... 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