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CLOVERDALE REVEILLE, CLOVERDALE, CALIFORNIA WEDNESDAY, JUNE 22, 2011 Page 13 CLOV ERDALE COMMUNITY HAPPENINGS Cloverdale's Green Thumb Garden Club presented a $1000 donation to the Kleiser Park Renovation project for a bench in memory of fellow garden club member Cathy Biggins. The donation was presented by 2010/2011 president Dorothy Haugsten, left, to Joan Tillman from the Cloverdale Rotary Club, chairperson of the project. In the photo on the right Lynn Caruso is being installed as the president of the club for 201112012 at the annual luncheon held outdoors on June 8 at Asti Winery. The Green Thumb Garden Club will resume their monthly meetings in September on the fourth Wednesday of each month at I p.m. at the Fire Creek Lodge in Clover Springs. Cliff Kingston, left, Joyce Mann and Roxanne Kolbe at Friday Night Live last Friday evening .................... ............ . .......... Larry Browne, left, LIo 'd and Gloria Higginson and Wallace House/CCOC volunteer Mitch Carlson at their booth at last Friday's Farmers Market. John Keiser from Florida, met Bob Sciaini last Friday night at Cloverdale's summer music series, Friday Night Live. John and his wife Rhonda were staying at Naco West north of town. Bill Adler, left, with Kristen Kurpinsky and Dolph Green from Cloverdale's Edward Jones office. Edward Jones was a sponsor in part of last Friday's event, the second in the 13 week series. LETTERS FROM PAGE 4 Writer enjoyed Lend Me a .Tenor Editor:. Last Saturday my husband and I, who have had season tickets to ACT (American Conservatory the- ater in San Francisco) for 39 years and attend theater regularly in New York and London, saw our first production at the Cloverdale Performing Arts Center. Lend Me a Tenor was wonderful! We were delighted and agree that we enjoyed it much more than most of the ACT productions. The size of the theater and intimacy of the audience and players allowed us to see the actors more closely and we could really appreciate the fine quality of acting. The comic timing was superb. The set was ex- cellent. It was a fine, enjoyable evening. We intend to be regular patrons. Thanks to all who helped to put on this production. Nancy and Dick Bohannon, San Francisco Stock a student classroom Editor:. School is out for the summer. It's time for families to take a deep breath and enjoy the summer break. It's also time to start think- ing about the enormous needs our schools will be facing in the fall. Once again the Ivy Church (United Church) will be spearheading a project to collect school supplies - called "Stock a Student Class- room." The Kiwanis, Rotary, Lions and Soroptimists will be joining us in our efforts. We will be holding the drive in June and July (so you can take ad- vantage of summer sales). Look for drop boxes for your donations at these businesses around town: Clo- verdale Pharmacy, Mail Center, Yogurtdale Blvd., Tian Yuen Res- taurant, Panaderia El Palomo, Star- buck's, R Salon, Antiques & Uniques, Ray's, and CVS. Stop by any of them to make your dona- tion. (If you would like a drop box for your organization or place of business, contact Lavonne Blucher- Nameny at 894-7540.) We can all help our schools as they face the challenges of this com- ing year. Every donation, large or small, will make a difference to a student in the Cloverdale Unified School District. Just before the start of the school year, we will deliver your donations to Jefferson and Washington School for distribution as they find appropriate. Your kids, my kids, their kids .... it doesn't matter - they are all our kids. Supplies Needed for Jefferson & Washington Schools: glue sticks, highlighters, ballpoint pens, black, blue, red, transparent tape, Sharp- ies, black, lead pencils, #2 medium soft lead, erasers, pink, colored pencils, red pencils, pencil boxes, crayons, box of 16, large crayons, box of 8, rulers, whiteboard pens, wide, whiteboard erasers, water colors, 3-ring binders, one inch binders, dividers, paper, wide or college ruled, reams printer paper, report covers, with fasteners, spiral notebooks, scissors, Zip lock bag- gies, antibacterial wipes, two pock- et folders with three prongs, clear page sleeves and book boxes (bank- er boxes). Thank you, Lavonne Blucher-Nameny There is a solution: ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS A.A, Hotline Central Office 546-2066 I II II I [ ui.00 uanp00 is wmn you nel00 1o IlJs lUmllNl. Urinary incontinence affects one in every three women and half of women over age 65, yet few women talk about the condition Many think it's just a normal part of aging. 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