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Cloverdale Blvd. Kids of all ages will benefit from"backpack"project A famous person recently said "It takes a village to raise a child." Well, it also takes a really cool small town (like Cloverdale) to educate a child. We might think "Gosh, I have no talent for teaching. I don't think I can educate a child. I don't even have a child." But, as members of the greater community of Cloverdale, there is something each one of us CAN do to educate a child. And that is to join in the "Fill a Student Back- pack" project (spearheaded by the United Church of Cloverdale, and supported by Soroptimists, Kiwan- is, and the Lions Club). Kids of all ages need supplies in their backpacks and on their desks for the upcoming school year. Those things range from pencils and erasers to crayons to markers, to notebooks, to printer paper. We will be holding a drive in July and August to help the kids and schools of Cloverdale "fill their backpacks." We will have drop box- es at several businesses around town: Cover to Cover Books, Mail Center, Cloverdale Cyclery, Ruth McGowan's Brew Pub, Yogurtdale Blvd., Photo Graphix, Los Pinos Market, Tian Yuen Restaurant, Ray's, CVS, Precision 6 Salon and Cloverdale Pharmacy. Stop by any of them to make your donation. (If you would like a drop box for your organization or place of business, contact Lavonne Blucher-Nameny at 894-7540.) Every donation, large or small, will make a difference to a student in the Cloverdale Unified School District. And just before the start of the school year, we will distribute your donations to Jefferson and Washington School for distribution as they find appropriate. Clover- dale, we can educate a child! Supplies Needed for Jefferson & Washington Schools: Colored markers, Crayons - 24 pack (no larger packs, please), glue sticks, erasers - pencil top or big pink, #2 pencils, white-board mark- ers and erasers, blue/black ink pens, Yellow highlighters, rulers - metric/standard, colored pencils, Xerox (printer) paper- any color, 2- 3 ring binders with dividers, wide- ruled paper, college-ruled paper, pencil pouches/boxes. No sharpies or permanent markers. -Lavonne Blucher-Nameny Lyric Leppek enjoys the Summer Reading Club at the Cloverdale Library. -Cloverdaletibrary ...... News Our Reader of the Week at the Library is Lyric Leppek. Lyric is 11 years old and has been participating in our Summer Reading Club while visiting her grandparents here in Cloverdale. Lyric enjoys reading a lot of different types of books, in- cluding the Twilight saga. This sum- mer she has had fun re-reading some of her old favorites and finds that she can zip through several of them in one day now that she is a more experienced reader! Lyric sub- mitted a book review of the'title 11 Birthdays by Wendy Mass which follows: "I liked this book a lot. It is about a boy and girl born on the same day and they have their 11 birthdays over and over again. So read this book to find out why they have their birthdays over and over!" The Reader of the Week contest is open to children going into the 4th, 5th or 6th grades in the fall. It is part of Summer Reading Club, "Make a Splash, Read!" There is still time to sign up for the club and the fun con- tinues at the Library with weekly family programs, storytimes, Read- ing Buddies, TeenRead and more. For more information, please call Cindy at 894-5271 X5. - Lucinda Wilson Boonville"ArtWalk, is set for this Saturday, July 11 The "ArtWalk," a 14 year tradi- tion in Boonville, will feature local artists and craftspeople this Satur- day, July 10 from 3-7 p.m. at busi- nesses throughout the downtown area. Maps and a complete list of artists and locations will be avail- able at participating businesses on the day of the event. Call 895-2204 for more information. ArtWalk includes several new venues this year. Start at Foursight Winery at the south end of town, to view the colorful paintings and tiles of Jay Moscariello. Nature lovers will enjoy the beauty of Anderson Valley through the eye of photogra- pher, Charlie Hochberg, showing at another new venue, the AV Land Trust located in the historic Missou- ri Building. Sonny Hatcher's vivid water colors will be at Rancheria Realty. At Nahara Healing Arts, lo- cated behind the ice cream store, the work of artist Denver Tuttle will test your visual perception with his illusionist creations and master wa- tercolorist, Malcolm West will dis- play his radiant work on the deck. A recent addition to the valley, Laughing Dog Bookstore, will host several artists. Inside the store Art- work's youngest artist, Hanna New- comer, will show her exuberant paintings, and at 6 pm local author Bruce Patterson will read from his book "The Walking Tractor." On the porch, music lovers will be dazzled by the unique guitars hand crafted by Steve Derwinski. Sharing space with Steve, Lady Rainbow's beauti- ful beadwork will amaze visitors with their intricate artistry. Next door at the Farrer Building, the ex- quisite floral paintings of Sonia Gill will be at the Mosswood Market and Peggy Dart's mythic masks at All That Good Stuff. ArtWalk fans will also find some surprises this year at businesses they've visited in the past. At Lau- ren's, Dennis Hudson will invite you to watch while he paints his famous Sumi fish. Husband and wife team Kim Howland and Fred Wooley will be showing evocative photographs from their recent trav- els. On the porch, book lovers will find tiny book pendants offered for sale by Cathleen Micheaels and her AVJHS students. Creators of beau- tiful hand knits, Lucia and Esther Soto, will display their recent work as will witty collage artist Cindy Hollinger. Paul Gray well known for her charming cat and dog paintings, will exhibit her latest works at Rookie-To. Also at the gallery check out ceramicist Alan Porter, jewelry maker Colleen Schenck and stained glass artist Terry Ryder. Back by popular demand, Bruce Halborn will be playing his "just for fun" hand made instruments which will also be for sale. The exciting work of contempo- rary artist Rebecca Johnson will grace the walls of the Boonville Ho- tel. Stroll the beautiful gardens of the Boonville Hotel and take in the energetic wire sculptures of Ismael Sanchez. Be inspired by the intrigu- ing lamp work beads of Judy Nel- son and the stunning calligraphy of Jody Williams. Just beyond the ho- tel, don't miss.a rare opportunity to see an artist at work when you visit Tom McFadden's professional woodworking shop at the northern most ArtWalk stop. - Colleen Schenck The Cloverdale Historical Society presented its second "First Friday" series on July 2. The event was a great success featuring a watermelon eating contest, a scavenger hunt, old-fashioned games and more. Pictured is little Elijah Tuttle getting his arm painted at the event by Alexis Hernandez. Elijah is with his grandpa, Jack Tuttle. The event brought over 150 people, mostly kids and families, hunting down clues for the scavenger hunt and playing games. Bonnie Asien and Helen Coniglio worked hard putting the event together. Next month's First Friday event will be called Dog Days of Su m mer and is sched uled for Aug. 6 at the center at 215 North Cloverdale Blvd. The public is encouraged to attend. Swimming program in six cities aims to reduce drowning in hispanic community "Vamos a Nadar" (Let's Go Swim- ming) returns for its seventh year with a goal of training 235 Hispanic children and their parents in one- day water safety classes. This year the remaining programs will take place in Cloverdale and Sebastopol. Vamos a Nadar has reached hun- dreds of children and their parents in the past six years of the program, helping to keep the Spanish-speak- ing community safer around rivers, lakes and pools. Vamos a Nadar will take place on the following days in separate ses- sions: * Saturday, July 10, Cloverdale Pool, 205 W. 1st St., Cloverdale, 10 a.m. to I p.m. * Saturday, July 17, Ives Pool, 7400 Willow St., Sebastopol, 9:00 a.m. to 12 noon. The free bilingual program in- cludes swim classes in the pool for the children, water safety lectures for the parents, and demonstration of lifesaving techniques. Upon com- pletion of the class, children will receive coupons for swim lessons. Each family will pay $15 per stu- dent, rather than $40-55, which is the price at pools throughout the county. Red Cross will make up the difference in cost, to ensure that more students are able to afford these important swimming classes. The coupons will be accepted in pools in five cities throughout the county.- Ellen Maremont Silver Sport Physicals at AVRMC The staff at AVRMC is gearing up for the fall sports season with a series of Sport Physical Clinics for Pop Warner, cheerleaders and high school athletes. The dates are: uly 9, July 23 and July 30 from 2 p.m. to 6 p,m. Call 894-4229 to schedule an appointment. Thirty dollars covers the exam for cheerleaders and Pop Warner. The exam is $50 for the more complex high school physical exam. These sport physicals are available to any sports participant living in Geyserville or Cloverdale, whether a regular patient or not. "We don't want the cost of the physical to prevent any youngster from participating and a limited number of scholarships are available," said Deborah Howell, executive director at AVRMC. Scholarship applications are available by calling Vickie Vogler at the clinic, 894-4229. -Mark Thayer Paul Hammond, from Healdsburg, and his son Rex, who lives in Cloverdale, enjoy fishing together. In addition to fishing, last Father's Day, Rex entered his father and himself into a poker tournament at River Rock Casino. Paul won the tournament and received a $10,000 seat into the World Series of Poker in Las Vegas. Rex came in fourth, just missing the chance to also play in the World Series as the three top tournament winners were invited. But as a thank you, Rex's parents are flying him and his wife Lori to Las Vegas to watch Paul play. The World Series of Poker started July S. The final nine players will play the final table on live TV in November. Pictured are Squib Ronlund, left, Larry Hammons and Dennis Ronlund at the CHS Alumni Golf Reunion held at Tyman Park in Healdsburg. Friends and classmates enjoy day of golf Larry Hammonds, Jim Ronlund and Dennis (Squib) Ronlund golfed their way to the winner's spot on Saturday, June 26 at Healdsburg's Tayman Park. Sixty three golfers' teed it up for a fun and challenging day of hacking, eating and visiting with long time friends and classmates. Doug Dilley and crew provided a delicious BBQ at the end of the day. Several raffle prizes were provided by Pick's, Antiques & Uniques, Food Center, Eagles Nest, Hamburger Ranch (BBQ Bob), Jerry Angeli, Doug Dilley, Geri Giovannetti, Rich Price, Cloverdale Auto Parts, and John Reese. Special thanks to Cindy Price for all her contributions. - Rick Price