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CLOVERDALE REVEILLE, CLOVERDALE, CALIFORNIA 4 WEDNESDAY, AUG. 18, 2010-- Page 9 • Cloverdale Certified Farmers Market and Friday Night Live, downtown with the market starting at 5:30 p.m. Aug. 20 with the music starting at 7 p.m. • Cloverdale Arts Alliance presents "Heat Wave," through Sunday, Sept. 19 at First Street Gallery, 105 E. First St. Hours are Wednesday through Sunday, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Call 894-4410 for more information. • Firehouse Dog & Museum Cat election 2010. Community members will have the chance to nominate their cat or dog for these positions of honor from Aug. 16 tO Aug. 31. Voting for a candiate costs $1 per vote and all proceeds benefit the new Cloverdale Ambulance and History Center programs. For more info call 894-2067. • Geyserville Community Market, Geyserville Inn, 21717 Geyservilte Ave. 5:30 p,m, to dust. Locaf produce, arts and crafts, honey, eer and wine. Bring a blanket and enjoy the music. • Please join Mary's Pizza Shack in supporting The American Cancer Society at a Dine & Donate Fundraiser, Monday Aug. 23. Twenty percent of your purchase will be donated to the group. • Dine & Donate at Ruth McGowan's, 131 E. First St. for the CHS Cheerleaders, Thursday, Aug. 26. Bring in a flyer and 20% of your bill will be donated to the high school cheerleading program. Email Jutie at Ammirati61 @sbcglobal.net and a flyer will be sent to you. • Cloverdale Historical Center to hold First Friday & Salsa, Friday, Sept. 3, 5:30 p.m. to 7 p.m. at the History Center. The event will include salsa tasting and competition. This is a free event. • United Church of Cloverdale presents a benefit concert with Shawn Phillips (www.shawnphillips.com) Friday, Sept. 10. Reception at 6:30 and concert at 7:30. There will be an opportunity to meet the artist after the concert. All concert proceeds will go to Wallace House (emergency shelter/transitional housing in Cl0verdale). Tickets available at Mail Center, Cover to Cover Books, and Terri Matlock (228- 6589) • Sock Hop&Downtown Cruise, Friday Sept. 10, 7 to 10 p.m. in the Plaza. • Street Celebration & Classic Car & Motorcycle Show Saturday, Sept. 11, 11 a.m. to 4 plmi in downtown Cloverdale. • Feline Rescue's 2nd Annual "Wine Country Cats" Benefit Dinner and Silent Auction will be held at Geyserville Inn on Saturday, Sept. t8, from 4:30 to 8:30 p.m. Trivia Test: By Fifi Rodriguez 1. GEOGRAPHY: What is the capi- tal of Arkansas? 2. LITERATURE: Who wrote the novel "Captains Courageous" ? 3. MOVIES: Who plays the title character in "Nanny McPhee"? 4. ANATOMY: The temporal bone would be found in what part of the human body? 5. MEASUREMEN'I: How long is a cubit? 6. ASTRONOMY: Which planet in our solar system is closest in size to Earth? 7. MUSIC: What is a doxology? 8. INVENTIONS: Who invented Velcro? 9. LANGUAGE: What does the phrase "a skeleton in the closet" mean? 10. ADVERTISEMENTS: What kind of product did the animated character Toucan Sam sell? Answers: 1. Little Rock 2. Rud- yard Kipling 3. Emma Thompson 4. The skull 5. The length of a forearm 6. Venus 7. Hymn of praise 8. George de Mestral 9. A scandal that is kept secret 10. Kellogg's Froot Loops. (c) 2010 King Features Synd., Inc. Crossword answers: Solution time: 25 rains. Tickets are limited and cost is $38 per person. For more info call (707) 494-5544 or visit feline-rescue.com. S H A G 1 HI A S BB p O P I E L 0 C I IAIC TIA V OIw ( COULVNrTA6RP.E-II E SIFIA - T \\; wrn4yoUMOR, dl u N I l _.._. :; 11 SAN EI P I N1O N T I E" oSll T-A- w o R U ElS A B O U T O NIT S S The Spats k wrn4 AN IPlOT/?J II 2C-7j II Ii .o Amateur acting was a popular pastime in days gone by in Cloverdale. This local group (either the Cloverdale Players or Redwood Players) pose for a A group of musicians called "The Pine Mountain Players," gather for a session. Photos provided by the Cloverdale Historical Society, 215 N Cloverdale Blvd BUSINESSES COMPLETE SELECTION OF: • Top Soil • Soil Amendments • Organic Materials • Redwood & Fir Bark • Road Base • Colored Rock • FieldStone & Flag Stone • Planting Mix • Sand & Gravel 1 YARD CART AWAY CONCRETE AVAILABLE WE DELIVER LARGE OR SMALL LOADSI OPEN MONI-SAT, 8 AM-5 PM CROWN CARPET SERVICE00 Carpet, Furniture, Tile & Grout Cleaning COMPETITIVE PRICING wr0UT COMPROMISING QUglTY Local Famij Owned and Operated / Joe H0dge. 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Cloverdale Blvd. (Inside Antiques & Uniques) Hours: Tuesday- Saturday 10-6 894-4556 JULES STOVE and CHIMNEY WORKS Damper Repairs & Spark Arresters W Artistic Installation Woodstove Inserts dfl I" Relining - Masonry Work  Chimney Cleaning 1 Julesstovechminey@hotmail.com Jules Volper 10% Senior Citizen Discount (707) 894-2110 Brown who made the following sage observation: "Reasoning with a child is fine if you can reach the child's reason without de- stroying your own." • The first Wal-Mart was located in the town of Rogers, Ark. When it opened in 1962, it had a total of 16,000 square feet of space. Today, there are Wal-Mart Supercenters all over the United States, and they measure at least 100,000 square feet and can range up to 220,000 square feet. • The original Maytag company was known for making horse-drawn Why a Birdbath? - l l It's summer, lts ho" Birds need fresh water. 2l Birds tha: typically don't come to bird feeders will come for water 3. Other things wi:h wings, like dragonflies, ill come to birdbaths to sip water E-mail: birdingbils@cfl rcom buggies rather than appliances. • The word "pretzel" comes from the Latin word for "little reward." • Researchers at Johns Hopkins University and the Uni- versity of Pennsylvania conducted a joint study on Americans' weight. They concluded that if current trends continue, 86 percent of adults in this country will be obese by 2030. • Before H. Ross Perot became a successful business- man -- and had a brief, somewhat less successful career as a politician -- he broke horses for a living. • Statistics show that three out of four married women over the age of 50 are on their second marriage. 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