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PAGE 14- WEDNESDAY, JUNE 22, 2011 CLOVERDALE REVEILLE CLOVERDALE, CALIFORNIA Join the Players Club and get: IIUFIRET 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 rnodif)" or discontinue this promotion without notice. No cash value. 007278* Although not as crowded as the previous Friday night, where it was estimated that 3400 people attended, last Friday's market and music were a bit lower key, which many people who attended preferred. There was room to dance, to visit with friends and neighbors and to leisurely browse the market. The Cloverdale Arts Alliance presents the summer music series, Friday Night Live. They sell beer, wine and soft drinks to help pay for the bands and other projects. Each week a team of different volunteers works long and hard while the rest of us simply enjoy the music. The volunteer crew is organized by Chelsea, second from the right. She was joined by Norma Ramazzotti, from Ramazzotti Winery, who along with Twomey Cellars were the wine sponsors for the evening, and volunteers Sally Oliver, Romana Ramazzotti Behrens, Charmaine Garland, Jennifer Allen- Lionett and Kim Caffrey. The Gonzalez family from Cloverdale hosted family from Sanger, TX and they all came downtown to enjoy the music, which is what Friday Night Live is all about. Friends Itzel Clow and Gabriela Coltrane enjoy each other and the music as they danced in the plaza. Jerry and Carol Huot take a break from dancing downtown last Friday night. Dolores Alfaro, her daughter Maria and five year old Jesus and two year old Valeria Rodrigues. (Above left) Mike Reynolds and Brittany Vandagriff from Papa's Pizza. (Above right) The Barmettler family from the Garden Bakery of Mendocino in the photo on the right. It takes two days to make the popular baked goods that they sell at the Cloverdale Farmers Market.