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Page 2, Cloverdale Reveille, Aug. 14, 1991 New officers for the Cloverdale Rotary Club took their seats in July. Shown from left are: Bertie Pearcey, President Elect; Matt Lincoln, director; Dr. Clifford C. Snyder, President; John Doble, Director of International Service; David Ashworth, Director Vocational Service; Tom Montoya, Secretary; and Nancy Avansino, Secretary for Community Service. o Nick Esposti expects to run again in 1994; re-districting approved Supervisor Nick Esposti, who re- cently announced his intention to run for re-e'lon once more in 1994, will find h/s,,Fourth Supervisorial District reduced'in number by some 13,000 people as a result of the new Sonoma County redistricting plan adopted by the Board of Supervisors. The major change in the Fourth Supervisoral District is the removal of some 13,000 voters from the Santa Rosa area. The changes still leave Santa Rosa with more citizens in the Fourth Dis- trier than any other incorporated city, numbering about 22,000. Census figures show that the com- bined population of Cloverdale and Healdsburg totals 15,000 with most of the residents living in unicorpo- rated areas. Prior to the redistricting, brought about by the new 1990 census figures, the Fourth District contained aroound g9,000 residents. It now has a popul- tion of approximately 76,000. Members of the Month for June and July for the Boys & Girls Club are back row from left; Intermediate Carlino P elle grini and Junior Codi Bradford. Front row from left; Cadet Stephanie Williams and Cadet Caitlin Bradford. Not pictured are Senior Dessirre Woolen, Junior Curtis Wise, and Intermediate Daniel Lee. Speedometer testing offered Do you know how fast you're driv- ing? Don't find out the hard way with a speeding citation because of a faulty speedometer in your car or truck. To help provide an accurate check of AAA member's caror truck speed- ometer, the California State Auto- mobile Association is providing "SPEED CHECK" a new innovative, portable, trailer mounted, computer- ized speedometer testing program. the test takes only about ten minutes and is applicable to most cars and pickup trucks. The test costs only $7 per car and the driver receives a computer print- out of the comparative results at ten miles per hour increments from 25 mph up to 65 mph. The program will be in Santa Rosa, on an appointment only basis, 1500 Farmers Lane, (707)544-1010, Aug. 14, operaung Wednesday, 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. According to technicians at CSAA, speedometer error can be caused by several factors, a miscalibrated dial head, wrong size drive gear installed, mismatched parts during a transmis- sion exchange or a differnt gear ratio placed into the differential. Two additional areas of concern reported by California State Auto- mobile Association are the lack of proper lubrication of the speedome- ter drive cable or the replacement of a larger diameter tires on the car or truck drive wheels. Speedcheck iden- tities problems and places them in print so the car operator's mechanic of choice can make neccessary re- pairs. CSAA does no repairs so the report remains completely unbiased. To take advantage of this new innovauve service, AAA members need only to bring their car or pickup truck to the "SPEEDCHECK" loca- tion. CSAA advises that the testing may be postponed or declined if it is raining, the vehicle is unsafe, or other factors as determined by the operat- ing technician. Only vehicles under 3,000 pounds per drive axle will be tested and CSAA reserves the right to decline testing vehicles at its dis- cretion. Vehicles considered non-testable include those whose speedometer is not operated off of the drive wheels. certain four-wheel drive vehicles where the front wheels can not be disengaged by use of a manual shift or locking hubs, any front wheel drive vehicle whose emergency brake auto- matically releases when the trans- mission is placed in a drive gear or whose emergency brake operates off of the front wheels. The "SPEEDCHECK" operating technician can advise those who are unsure if their vehicle qualifies for testing., Boys and Girls Club features Arts in the Park Local artists, along with the staff of the boys and girls club, will be participating in three days of hands- on art projects at.the city park. Arts in the Park will take place on Aug. 19, 20, & 2l from 1-4 p.m. under the bay trees. Children of all ages are invited to try their hands at crafts, clay work, plaster of paris molds, wood, draw- ing with numerous mediums such as tempera, pastels, chalk, water colors and acrylics. Theevent is organized by the Boys & Girls Club and is under the direc- tion of Mary Pellegrini. Children will be able to "make and take" home lour different projects each day." The event will be very rewarding and fun for all who participate." she said. If any member of the community would like to share a craft or skill please feel free to call the club, 894- 5063, or come by. The club will furnish the materials you might need. This special event is part of year- round cultural enriching experience young people receive at the Boys & Girls Club. There are also activities offered in fine art instruction-craft project-ceramics, creative writing projects, dark room instruction gar- dening project, recycling and envi- ronmental education creative dra- matics and cultural event parties. New Mexican restaurant La Hacienda Cantina opens Victor Calderon has opened a new family-style Mexican restaurant at North Cloverdale Blvd. "We specialize in a lot of seafood,, Mexican style, all typical enchila- das, tacos, rellenos," he reports. Mr. Calderon knew Cloverdale needed a good Mexican Restaurant and he said he was happy to "Bring good authentic Mexican food to this town He learned to cook home style Mexican food growing up with his mother in the heart of Mexico, Michoa- can. "I like to cook everything; I like to taste the food," he laughed. He has had restaurants before and owned El Siete Mares in Sonoma and was a Chef at Senior Alfredo's Mexican Restaurant in Santa Rosa. Mr. Calderon is presently living in Santa Rosa but plans to move to Cloverdale. He and his wife Delia, have two children, Victor, 12, and Alma, 8. His restuarant can be found 134 North Cloverdale Blvd. and is open for lunch and dinner. Take-out is available and the phone number is 894-9365. Your support is needed for Project Graduation The 1991-92 Cloverdale High School Project Graduation fund raiser is underway. Each weekend while the local flea- market is held on the Citrus Fair grounds, the "Food Hut" ts open and serving hot dogs and cold drinks to hungry and thirsty flea market goers. The funds will be used to buy gifts and decorations for the 1992 gradu- ating seniors. The "Food Hut" depends utx)n senior parents, interested local service groups and citizens to donate their time to help man the "Hut." Those interested can call Mary Leupp (894-3536) or Lou Thompson (894-5047). i i . ,.Every Sunday, maroons 6lAmerlcans confi00 greener lawns with greener pastures. This Sunday come join the Episcopa ! Church in the love, fellowship md worship of Jesus Christ. You may be surprised to find the grass is actually greener onour side of the fence. P ,o . _ ,, ] I II I I I IIII Sundays at 9:30 a.m. CHURCH OF THE GOOD SHEPHERD 122 N Main St. - Cloverdale II Ill :' Ii / This affordable full size inground pool inyour backyard for only $9,995 '401 sq. ft. ladder 1Hp pump & timer 3 ft. deck start up kit 100 sq. ft. filter Extended Manuafacturer Warranties 2 year pump & filter 020 year surface 040 year structure Imagine your family relaxing at the edge of your own Polly Pool. Your family deserves the best. Call us now for an appointment. Offered by: D. Peterson & Sons Inc. Call 894-5529 P.O. Box 175, Cloverdale, CA 95425 Offer expires August 31, 1991 Shakespeare now p Shakespeare's play, Much Ado About Nothing, will be Sonoma Vintage Theatre at Buena Vista and Landmark The play will run only on Sundays. Buena Vista Winer players Aug. 4, 11 and Sept. 1, 15, 22, 29. Landmark Vine host Aug. 18, 25. At both wineries family picnics are encouraged and will be available for purchase. Gates at the and the play will begin at 6 p.m. The play will be directed by Kate Kennedy and tickets eral and $8 for students and seniors. Tickets in advance are available at Bass ticket outlets, Ru in Sonoma, Buena Vista Winery Box Office, and at For more information call (707) 996-0984. Buena Vista Winery is located at 18000 old Winery Landmark Vineyards is at 101 Adobe Canyon Road, Petaluma River Festival Saturday, Aug. 17, the Petaluma River turning bas with activity as it did more than a century ago. From 7 a.m. to 9 p.m. the Petaluma River Festival to be to enjoy river boat rides, talented entertainers, scrum and irresistible arts and crafts. A donation of $2 for adults is Proceeds support the River Walk Project. The action gets underway at 7:00a.m. wi breakfast, or take an active approach at the 10k run and 2 "Stride for Life" for Petaluma Valley Hospital. More than craft booths open at 9 a.m. Opening ceremonies begin at 10 a.m. All day you can chug down the Petaluma River on boat rides, a quarter-scale steamboat, a sternwheeler or from 9 a.m. until dusk. Water activities are also planned. Annual Art Farm Fest in Glen At approximately 4:30 p.m., the opening notes of No. 4 in D, will drift across the rolling landscape of this Ellen property heralding the start of the fifth annua This event, now much anticipated by local music lovers, three weekends of chamber music performed by nationally talents. Now dotted with sculpture and rows of organic property is known as the Art Farm, Glen Ellen, an original Art Farm in Sonoma, where far-below-market offered to both established and up-and-coming artists in barns. Concerts begin at 4:30 p.m. Saturdays and Sundays, with tl tion of a special all-Brahms dinner concert beginning at 8 p.m. day, Aug. 30. The Art Farm's address is 1855 London Ranch Road more information, contact the Knills at (707)935-6354. CHS football beg" Preparation for the 1991 football season at Cloverdale High School is now underway. Students may pick up all necessary forms from the High School office. Equipment pick-up is Monday, Aug. 19 at 9 a.m. for varsity players and 10 a.m. for junior Equipment pick-up is Gym. Players must have all equipment will be issued. Practice will start on p.m. 00m-T00SZ WeatherAII. With Three 10.5-Oz. Tubes  supn  AN DO IT WITH Cloverdale Lumber 1215 S. Cloverdale Blvd. 894-4401