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PAGE 4 -- WEDNESDAY, AUG. 24, 2011 • CLOVERDALE REVEILLE • CLOVERDALE, CALIFORNIA Youth stand out negatively with foul language Editor: It has come to my attention that some of our youth (by no means all, thankfully) have come to identify themselves by using, what has become, the most common swear word. You all know what it is, I'm sure. It has become so prolific in its use that it has become boring. Now if this section of our society really wants to gain our attention, and stand out, they truly need to expand their profanity. In trying to be helpful in this matter, I'd like to refer to Clint Eastwood when he portrayed a sergeant major. His usage of this type of vocabulary was not only enlight- ening, but I truly thought it gave a thorough picture of his character and his command of expletive words, so many in fact, that I thought he should write a dictionary. It would certainly help our youth to not be so repetitive. Of course, Clint Eastwood in his character of a sergeant major, was well aware of when and where this language was appropriate. Just trying to help. Laverne Routh, Cloverdale Thank you citizens of Cloverdale Editor: I want to extend a personal thank-you to the many citizens of Cloverdale who extended their warm hospitality to my recent international guests. Mayor Welter, your warm welcome made everyone feel at home from the beginning. The many merchants who generously offered discounts for my guests - Don and Mary Stuart at the Vintage Towers Bed and Breakfast Inn; Sue Patel at Best Western Cloverdale Inn and Super 8 Cloverdale; Jay Patel at Cloverdale Oaks Inn; and Darren Turbeville at Toy B Ville. Lastly and foremost Marge Gray and the docents at the Cloverdale Historical Society for their kindness and generosity of spirit. Barbara A. Turner, PhD, Cloverdale SINK LAW OFFICE TRUSTS, ESTATE8 ~ REAL PROPERTY THOMAS REED SINK* MARY PAYNE SINK * CERTIFIED SPECIALIST IN ESTATE PLANNING, TRUST AND PROBATE LAW ,STATE BAR OF CALIFORNIA BOARD C)F LEGAL SPECIALIZATION 144 SOUTH CLOVERDALE BLVD. CLOVERDALE • (707) &94-3941 S1NKLAW@SABER.NET • WWW.SINKLAWOFFICE.COM 121 E. First St, • 894-7920 SHOWTIMES ARE FOR: FrL, Aug. 26 through Thurs., Sept. 1 SPY KIDS: All the Time in the World (PC) DAILY 6:30 MATINEE Sat-Sun 1:804:t5 LATE SHOW Fri-Sat 8:46 CRAZY STUPID LOVE (PC 13) DAILY 7:10 MATINEE Sat-Sun 1:404:35 LATE SHOW Fri-Sat 9:46 HORRIBLE BOSSES (R) DAILY 6:45 MATINEE Sat-Sun 1:304:00 LATE SHOW Fri-Sat 9:00 RISE of the PLANET of the APES (PG13) DAILY 7:00 MATINEE Sat-Sun 2:00 4:25 LATE SHOW Fri-Sat 9:35 THE CLOVERDALE HOMETOWN NEWSPAPER SINCE 1879 Office Hours Mon..Fri. 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. CLOVERDALE REVEILLE Published By Hanchett Publishing, Inc. www.calvar/chapelhealdsburg.com Managing Editor Roberta Lyons Advertising N. L. Hanchett Dmail us at: reveiUe@cloverdalereveille.com ASSEMBLY OF GOD Cloverdale Reveille (119-020 USPS) is published every Wednesday by Hanchett Publishing, Inc., at 207 N. Cloverdale Blvd., Cloverdale, CA 95425 (707) 894-3339. Subscriptions: $30.00 per year, $56.00 per year out of Sonoma County. Single copy 50’. Second Class Periodicals Postage Paid at Cloverdale, CA 95425. Postmaster: Send address changes to Cloverdale Reveille, PO Box 157, Clo- verdale CA 95425. Adjudicated a newspaper of general circulation by the Superior Court of the County of Sonoma, State of Cali- fornia, under the date of March 3, 1879, Case No. 36106. Bryan Tedrick's The Rest, part of this year's Cloverdale Sculpture Exhibit Cloverdalians and visitors alike will recall the giant Bull in the en- trance to the Plaza last year; its cre- ator Bryan Tedrick brings his new work to Cloverdale this summer, called The Rest. The steel, stone and redwood composition depicts a figure rest- ing, seated under a tree. Says Tedrick of The Rest, "I find all my sculptures have a personality un- derlying the form. Alert and watchful, this personality is never- theless at ease. It echoes someone emerging from meditation, about to reengage the outer world. When I look at this sculpture it helps me to become of like mind." A native of Oakland, Tedrick studied sculpture at the San Fran- cisco Art Institute, and now boasts numerous awards and pieces in col- lections all over California. Many of his works are displayed in public arenas, such as the Wells Fargo Center for the Arts, the Healdsburg Sculpture Walk, and Arts Works Downtown in San Rafael. Tedrick has also, for many years, created unique pieces for the annual Burn- ing Man festival in Black Rock City, Nevada. Says Tedrick of his process and inspiration, "There are precious moments when the mind is quiet and I can enjoy my senses without interference. Sculpting, at its best, includes such moments. There is no substi- tute for handmade objects; emo- tions, and character are embedded in the work. I hope my audience appreciates my serious folly, my love of nature and beauty, and en- joys my effort to flirt with the mys- tery of life. " The Cloverale Arts Alliance is pleased to present Tedrick's latest effort to "flirt with the mystery of life." For more information about the Sculpture Exhibit and other pro- grams brought to you by the Clo- verdale Arts Alliance, please visit cloverdaleartsalliance.org. Enjoy the sculptures in the plaza all sum- mer? For your safety and the safety of the artwork, please do not climb or allow your children to climb on the sculptures.-Sue Tharrington Thinking about starting or improving a small business? A series of free workshops for people interested in starting their own business or improving an ex- isting one will be offered in Clover- dale during September and October. The six-session series will be offered on Thursday evenings, beginning Sept. 15. The sessions are designed to help someone who is interested in starting or enhancing a business and covers the basic ele- * HALF OFF SPECIALS!! 10x25112 Off Three Months Hurry...All others 1/2 Off Two Months EMPIRE MINI STORAGE - CLOVERDALE - At Empire Mini Storage we make " storing your belongings easy/ f state of the art facility featuring resident ] A professional managers~ I Computer keypad gated entry, All units have fire sprinklers and are | LLndMdually alarmed., 24.hour video surveillance, 7day a week accesS:~ Office hours: Men. - Sat. 9 a.m. - 6 p.m. Closed Sun. Access hours: 6 a.m. - 9 p.m. Everyday & Holidays empireclo@earthlink.net • www.empireministorage.com [ Shop at home...support our local businesses[ ] ments of successful business own- ership including writing a business plan. Existing micro-business own- ers can also attend individual work- shops of specific interest. A micro-business has five or fewer employees. The workshops are sponsored by Cloverdale Alliance for Financial Education (CAFI~) and will be pre- sented by West Company, a Men- docino County-based nonprofit that has offered these workshops for more than 20 years. The series is funded by grants, including a fed- eral grant obtained by the City of Cloverdale, as well as grants from Wells Fargo 'Bank and Bank of America. The workshops will be held at the Cloverdale Chamber of Commerce, 126 N. Cloverdale Blvd. The workshop series will be lim- ited to 12 participants. To apply on- line or for more information, go to www.westcompany.org or call (707) 893-7577. -Jim Wagele • Please notify us of changes to the calendar • -:7:':-/v: WEDNESDAY, AUG. 24 i: Senior Center, 311 N. Main St...9:30 am - 2:30 pm Family History,1 101 S. Clvd. Blvd ... 10am to 7 pm Weight Watchers, Grace Lutheran Ch ....... 5:45 pm :::::::::: City Council, Performing Arts Center ......... 6:30 pm :::::: ::::: :: THURSDAY, AUG. 25 :::: :i;: Kiwanis, Zini's Diner ..................................... 7-8 am ii Senior Center, 311 N. Main St...9:30 am - 2:30 pm iii :i: : a Rotary Club, Citrus Fair ................................ 12 pm CIoverdale Cub Scouts Pack 60, City Park .... 7 pm :ii:i Cloverdale Lions Club, Citrus Fair ............. 7:30 pm AIAnon-Peace of Mind, Fellowship Hall ..... 7:30 pm iii~ FRIDAY, AUG. 26 Toastmasters, Star Restaurant ....................... 7 am Senior Center, 311 N. Main St...9:30 am - 2:30 pm Food Pantry, 2nd & Commercial .................. 1-3 pm MONDAY, AUG. 29 Senior Center, 311 N. Main St...9:30 am - 2:30 am AIAnon, First Baptist Ch., 450 S. Franklin. 7:30 pm TUESDAY, AUG. 30 i:i:i Senior Center, 311 N. Main St...9:30 am - 2:30 pm • • • Alexander Valley Regional Medical Center i Primary Healthcare (Adult & Child), ii:i M, T, Th, F ...... 9 am - 7 pm and Wed. 9 am - 6 pm Dental, Fri ..................................... 8:30 am to 5 pm Behavior Health, T, W, F ..................... 9 am- 6 pm i:: Th ........................... 11 am 7pm iiiiI Application assistance for State of California Healthcare Programs by Appointment, 707-894-4229 iii ii:: Bryan Tedrick, with his sculpture The Rest, part of this year's sculpture exhibit in downtown Cloverdale. Tedd Peterson photo 9 kmca Haaco m Hen ? 9 Was it Renee Melee, (AKA Marrianne McBride) Malcolm's only child who returned to the valley to help her father run things at the winery? Was it Ben Breakfast (AKA Bob Leonard), the innkeeper at the most successful bed and breakfast in the Nippy Valley? ~r)o Last chance to get your tickets/ ~2' "Death is a Cabernet, O1' Chum" Murder Mystery & Dinner, this Saturday, Aug. 27 at 6:30 p.m. at the Citrus Fair Auditorium. Tickets are $35 and can be purchased at the Citrus Fair Office or by calling 894-3992. FRED YOUNG FUNERAL HOME "Life is a journey, not a destination" - Aerosmith 428 N. CLOVERDALE BLVD., CLOVERDALE • 707 894-2540 • FD-1944 CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY, 424 East Street, Healdsburg. Sunday School 9:00 am. Sunday Church Service 10:30 am. Mid- week testimony meeting, second Wed. of month, 7:30 pm; Reading Room, 307 Cen- ter St., Men. thru Thurs. 12-3 pm. 433-4776 The Episcopal Church (’l’l’om’s You! Church of the Good Shepherd Sundays, 10:00 a.m. 122 Main Street Fr. EO Howell, Vicar 894-5750 ~m/~Al~SEVENTH'DAY , * ADVENTISTCHURCH Saturday Bible Study 9:30 a.m.. Saturday Worship Service 11 a.m. 1085 S. Cloverdale Blvd. • 707 894-4989 Ceyserville Christian Churc~;~. "Open and Affirming" {::~i!~iii{ Rev. Hilary F. Marckx, Ph.D., pastor ~i Sunday Service 10:30 a.m. {~{ 21300 Geyserville Ave. .g.. 707 857-3473 A I CALVARY CflX'~EL l The Chapel at Rio Undo Academy 3200 Rio Lindo Ave • Healdsburg Sundays at 10:O0am • 707-431-7856 • Verse by Verse Teaching • Childrens Church Provided CaR 707-239-1107 for information Web site: www.vineyardhillscc.org Meeting 9:30 a.m. Sunday Citrus Fair Warner Hall !~, " S. Washington St. [ ""--'-"~ Warner w.e_q ara 'Christ/a, Church [ S. Clo,rdale BI. • qb,,,da*,t;/f~...ab,,,darff: A,v’, Guests Always Welcome! Sunday Worship Services- 10am 50 Commerce Lane, Unit C Reuser Business Park, Cloverdale (Across the freeway from Starbucks) Pastor Bill Schmidt 707.894.5050 Parkside 6 Christian Chapel "A Fr~gby Plome/a~- Wor~p ~w~lGrow" • Sunday Christian Education 9:45 a.m. • Sunday Worship Service 11 a.m. • Sunday Evening Service 6 p.m. • Women's Discipleship Group Tuesday, 7 p.m. • Men's Discipleship Group Tuesday, 7 p.m. 553 W. Second • 894-2893 United Church ]~ of Clm,erdak where God ~~,~, speaking q -~q~.~ .~]~. ~ !~; #Sunday gathering 9:55 a.m. OSunday worship 10 a.m. ~Choirs for all ages Children/Youth programs ~Loca! ~ global outreach ministries ~Open ~d Affirming congregation ~439 N. CIoverdale Blvd., (!( "~ t!1 C,overdale \~ (..G) ~/ 894-2039 www.uccloverdale.org