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PAGE 12 p WEDNESDAY, JULY 1, 2009 CLOVERDALE REVEILLE CLOVERDALE, CALIFORNIA By Marge Gray Walking! We all do it. So what is the big deal about walking? I guess there are people that never think of walking as pleasurable. Jim and I grew up walking to school and back. By the time I was in high school I had ad- vanced to a three and one half mile walk home, even in the snow. Since we&apos;ve been married, we've walked many miles together. We had two wonderful walks, one in France and one in England, with a small tour group. And other travels, we al- ways walked as a way to see, hear and smell, the local scene. We have hiked many miles in the Sierras over some 20 summers. Now, in Cloverdale, our usual routine for the day is a mile walk after breakfast, rain or shine and another mile in late afternoon, mostly the same route. We have met many new friends while walking and learned about our beautiful town. We are healthier and will continue to walk as much as possible. You say you don't have time to walk? With summer's longer and warmer evenings, surely you can find time to take that walk with family and friends to join you. Happy walking. Enjoy! i t k:,..: >- .- -.. :. " :: 7' "'..: ] =...: ".:..' "m: ",\\;.: ,' .:, "'<.: .:;f':  "7:: ",': " ,],4,. ''1 By Neena Hanchett Jane and Ron Pavelka of Frank Howard Allen Realtors, an- nounce the Grand Opening Cele- bration of their new office at 111 W. First St., Unit B, behind Pick's Drive In. They are combining their effort with the Cloverdale Chamber of Commerce's Busi- ness After Hours Mixer, on Thursday, July 16 from 5:30 to 7 p,m, The mixer and the grand opening will also feature Claudia Clow, and "The Loft" Vacation Rental and Gabby Newhart of Newhart Bookkeeping. The community is invited to attend the festivities and enjoy, food, drink and wine poured by Ramazzotti Winery. "We look forward to seeing you there and enjoying a fine evening mixing it up with city officials, business owners and friendly people of Cloverdale," Ron Pavelka commented. Colleen Shields, CMT, CHT, Colleen Shields now at Main St. Spa. HOH, has joined the crew at Clo- verdale's Main Street Spa. You may remember her working for the last five years at the Clover- dale Farmers Market. She re- ceived training in massage, Hands on Healing/Energy Bal- ancing, as well as hypnotherapy in the late 1980s and early 1990s at the New Age School of Mas- sage in Sebastopol and the Aescl- epion Massage Institute in San Rafael. "Due to my diverse train-' ing, I am equipped to help you heal not only your body, but your mind and spirit as well. I consid- er it a privilege to assist individu- als ith their specific healing needs," Shields remarked. Day, weekend and evening appoint- ments are available. Call Main Street Spa at 894-4800 or Col- leen's cell phone, 292-4168. Main Street Spa is located at 131 N. Main Street. This summer Redwood Credit Union will offer a 16-hour acade- my on financial literacy for local high school students. The pro- gram will include helpful topics such as budgeting, financial plan- ning, saving and investing, credit and debt management and other life skills related to managing money. The Financial Literacy Academy will be held at Red- wood Credit Unions's Adminis- trative offices, 3033 Cleveland Ave. in Santa Rosa Aug. 3 through Aug. 6 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. each day. Students entering 11th or 12th grade at any Sonoma County high school in the fall of 2009 are eligible to enroll. To reg- ister, contact Nancy Miller at 707- 528-5007 or visit www.redwoodcu.org/academy. Enrollment is limited. Students are encouraged to register early. Date 1"or !;1:. Peter's BBQ changed St. Peter's Annual Barbeque, which is usually held in July, has been moved to Oct. 4 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. This year the barbeque will be held at St. Peter's Church, not at City Park as in years past. Save the date! FRIDAY NIGHT LIVE DRAWS VISITORS AND LOCALS Chelsea, left, Jane Pavelka, Sharon Gallagher, Jeannine Pendleton and Karen Devine volunteered by pourinj; wine and beer for the third Friday Night Live held last Friday in Cloverdale's downtown plaza. Bre nna Sheldon, left, Susan and Lou Preston of Preston of Dry Creek Organic Farm and Winery, made their debut at the Cloverdale Farmers Market last Friday. They were selling flat breads, vegetables and garlic. Tom and Dorothy Montoya, Iongtime Cloverdale: residents seemed to be enjoying themselves at Friday Night Live. Candye Kane, the featured band, captured the interest of the crowd and got lots of people up and dancing in the plaza. Friday Night Live, the free Summer music series, is definitely a family affair. The Martinez family from Cloverdale, all broiJght their chairs and enjoyed the beautiful summer evening and the music. Pictured are Junior Martinez, left, Maria Martinez, Juanita Martinez and Miguel "Jr. Jr." Martinez. This Friday Night Live eved# features A ndre Thierry & Zydeco Magic on July 3 - Be there and t have some fur00 Members of the very active Cloverdale arts community come out each Friday evening and support the Cloverdale Arts Alliance's Friday Night Live. Pictured are artist Glenn Myles, photographer Harvey Morrison, dancer and choreographer Beth McEnery and sculptor Joe Hawley. Sixteen month old Raymond Victoria with his aunt, Sue Headrick at Friday Night Live. Leonard Ramsey, of the Home Made Italian Market Place, is another of the very popular vendors at the Cloverdale Farmers Market. He sells olives, pasta, tapenades, dips and many other delicious homemade treats. Friday" Night Live and the Cloverdale Farmers Market is really all about families and friends. Donn Johnson came down from Eureka to visit his son Craig Johnson, a familiar face in Cloverdale. PAGE 12 p WEDNESDAY, JULY 1, 2009 CLOVERDALE REVEILLE CLOVERDALE, CALIFORNIA By Marge Gray Walking! We all do it. So what is the big deal about walking? I guess there are people that never think of walking as pleasurable. Jim and I grew up walking to school and back. By the time I was in high school I had ad- vanced to a three and one half mile walk home, even in the snow. Since we've been married, we've walked many miles together. We had two wonderful walks, one in France and one in England, with a small tour group. And other travels, we al- ways walked as a way to see, hear and smell, the local scene. We have hiked many miles in the Sierras over some 20 summers. Now, in Cloverdale, our usual routine for the day is a mile walk after breakfast, rain or shine and another mile in late afternoon, mostly the same route. We have met many new friends while walking and learned about our beautiful town. We are healthier and will continue to walk as much as possible. You say you don't have time to walk? With summer's longer and warmer evenings, surely you can find time to take that walk with family and friends to join you. Happy walking. Enjoy! i t k:,..: >- .- -.. :. " :: 7' "'..: ] =...: ".:..' "m: ",\\;.: ,' .:, "'<.: .:;f':  "7:: ",': " ,],4,. ''1 By Neena Hanchett Jane and Ron Pavelka of Frank Howard Allen Realtors, an- nounce the Grand Opening Cele- bration of their new office at 111 W. First St., Unit B, behind Pick's Drive In. They are combining their effort with the Cloverdale Chamber of Commerce's Busi- ness After Hours Mixer, on Thursday, July 16 from 5:30 to 7 p,m, The mixer and the grand opening will also feature Claudia Clow, and "The Loft" Vacation Rental and Gabby Newhart of Newhart Bookkeeping. The community is invited to attend the festivities and enjoy, food, drink and wine poured by Ramazzotti Winery. "We look forward to seeing you there and enjoying a fine evening mixing it up with city officials, business owners and friendly people of Cloverdale," Ron Pavelka commented. Colleen Shields, CMT, CHT, Colleen Shields now at Main St. Spa. HOH, has joined the crew at Clo- verdale's Main Street Spa. You may remember her working for the last five years at the Clover- dale Farmers Market. She re- ceived training in massage, Hands on Healing/Energy Bal- ancing, as well as hypnotherapy in the late 1980s and early 1990s at the New Age School of Mas- sage in Sebastopol and the Aescl- epion Massage Institute in San Rafael. "Due to my diverse train-' ing, I am equipped to help you heal not only your body, but your mind and spirit as well. I consid- er it a privilege to assist individu- als ith their specific healing needs," Shields remarked. Day, weekend and evening appoint- ments are available. Call Main Street Spa at 894-4800 or Col- leen's cell phone, 292-4168. Main Street Spa is located at 131 N. Main Street. This summer Redwood Credit Union will offer a 16-hour acade- my on financial literacy for local high school students. The pro- gram will include helpful topics such as budgeting, financial plan- ning, saving and investing, credit and debt management and other life skills related to managing money. The Financial Literacy Academy will be held at Red- wood Credit Unions's Adminis- trative offices, 3033 Cleveland Ave. in Santa Rosa Aug. 3 through Aug. 6 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. each day. Students entering 11th or 12th grade at any Sonoma County high school in the fall of 2009 are eligible to enroll. To reg- ister, contact Nancy Miller at 707- 528-5007 or visit www.redwoodcu.org/academy. Enrollment is limited. Students are encouraged to register early. Date 1"or !;1:. Peter's BBQ changed St. Peter's Annual Barbeque, which is usually held in July, has been moved to Oct. 4 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. This year the barbeque will be held at St. Peter's Church, not at City Park as in years past. Save the date! FRIDAY NIGHT LIVE DRAWS VISITORS AND LOCALS Chelsea, left, Jane Pavelka, Sharon Gallagher, Jeannine Pendleton and Karen Devine volunteered by pourinj; wine and beer for the third Friday Night Live held last Friday in Cloverdale's downtown plaza. Bre nna Sheldon, left, Susan and Lou Preston of Preston of Dry Creek Organic Farm and Winery, made their debut at the Cloverdale Farmers Market last Friday. They were selling flat breads, vegetables and garlic. Tom and Dorothy Montoya, Iongtime Cloverdale: residents seemed to be enjoying themselves at Friday Night Live. Candye Kane, the featured band, captured the interest of the crowd and got lots of people up and dancing in the plaza. Friday Night Live, the free Summer music series, is definitely a family affair. The Martinez family from Cloverdale, all broiJght their chairs and enjoyed the beautiful summer evening and the music. Pictured are Junior Martinez, left, Maria Martinez, Juanita Martinez and Miguel "Jr. Jr." Martinez. This Friday Night Live eved# features A ndre Thierry & Zydeco Magic on July 3 - Be there and t have some fur00 Members of the very active Cloverdale arts community come out each Friday evening and support the Cloverdale Arts Alliance's Friday Night Live. Pictured are artist Glenn Myles, photographer Harvey Morrison, dancer and choreographer Beth McEnery and sculptor Joe Hawley. Sixteen month old Raymond Victoria with his aunt, Sue Headrick at Friday Night Live. Leonard Ramsey, of the Home Made Italian Market Place, is another of the very popular vendors at the Cloverdale Farmers Market. He sells olives, pasta, tapenades, dips and many other delicious homemade treats. Friday" Night Live and the Cloverdale Farmers Market is really all about families and friends. Donn Johnson came down from Eureka to visit his son Craig Johnson, a familiar face in Cloverdale.