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PAGE 4---WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 22, 2010 • CLOVERDALE REVEILLE • CLOVERDALE, CALIFORNIA iiiiii ili!iii iiiiii Response to "Let's respect one another's space" Editor: In response to Ms. Wrenn's "Let's respect one another's space" article. In her second paragraph she states, "Failure to address misinformation is polluting our thinking and polarizing our views. "Let's correct some of Ms. Wrenn's misinformation concerning the Glenn Beck Restoring Honoring Rally. Dr. Alveda King, niece to MLK, was one of the prominent speakers at the rally. Tell me Ms. Wrenn what part of Alveda's speech "expressed views counter to those that won rights for minorities in our country?" What exactly in her speech countered her uncle's positions? Alveda was an active member that signed the pledge her uncle Martin insisted they sign, and adhere to, if they participated in civil rights work. She spent a night in jail for breaking one of the items listed in the pledge. She and Mr. Beck have become close friends. It's very obvious that you did not watch the rally on CSPAN. Medals of merit were given to those who have displayed honor in the areas of Faith, Hope, and Charity. Honorees were of different ethnic groups and differ- ent religious beliefs. It was not about civil rights but "content of charac- ter." The fact of the matter is, Mr. Beck said no signs were allowed, it is not a political rally. The most telling reaction was a man who left the Sharpton rally to protest at the Beck rally. During his flight home, he sat next to a lady and her daughter who attended the Beck rally. He told them "I went there to protest and found nothing to protest." He went home a changed man. Like Alveda said, "my uncle Martin would be happy and proud to attend this rally." Restoring Honor is for any date Ms. Wrenn. MLK would agree. Phyllis Smith, Cloverdale Thank you Cloverdale Police Department Editor: Once more this community has demonstrated itself as "genuinely Clo- verdale." Genuine is defined as "heartfelt" and it was a hearfelt response by the Police Department to the theft of my bicycle on Sept. 3. When they were unable to locate my bike, they all pitched in some money and were able to buy me a new one from Dave's Cyclery which they presented to me one week later. That certainly brought up some heartfelt feelings in me. In fact I was stunned almost speechless. I had not ever met these officers. Wow! What a special community. I love to watch the ripples created from a single kind event as it multiplies in time and space. Thank you all for your sensitive hearts. It has really meant a lot to me. Mardi Grainger, Cloverdale 121 E. First St. • 894-7920 ;3 Four Screens ’~ Stadium Style Seat n; ~3 State-of-the-Art Projection and Sound SHOWTIMES ARE FOR: Frl., Sept. 24 through Thurs., Sept. 30 INDEPENDENT FILM SERIES WINTER'S BONES (R) Monday arid Tuesday only 7:00 WALL STREET: Money Never Sleeps (PG13) MATINEES SAT-SUN 1:00 4:00, DAILY ~ • 7:10 Legend Of The Guardians: o~= Of Ca' Hoo~ (F~G) ; MATINEES SAT-SUN ' 1:454:30 DALLY 6:50 LATE SHOW FRI-SAT 9:10 THE AMERICAN (R) MATINEES SAT-SUN 1:30 4:15 DAILY 5:40 LATE SHOW FRI-SAT 9:20 DEVIL (PG13) DAILY 7:00 MATINEES SAT-SUN 2:00 4:40 LATE SHOW FRI-SAT 9:00 THE CLOVERDALE HOMETOWN NEWSPAPER SINCE 1879 Office Hours Mon.-Fri. 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. CLOVERDALE REVEILLE ASSEMBLY OF GOD Published By Hanchett Publishing, Inc. Managing Editor Roberta Lyons Advertising N. L. Hanchett E-mail us at: reveille@cloverdalereveille.com 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. Cloverdale shoppers contribute generously Editor: We wish to thank all who contributed to the success of the food drive at Ray's Food Place on Aug. 29. We asked people to contribute a can or other non-perishable food item to the Cloverdale Food Pantry, if they were able to do so. We were overwhelmed by the response! People emerged from the market with bags, even shopping carts, full of groceries for the Food Pantry. We were especially touched by the children who had shopped for the meals of other, unknown, children. In the end of our four hour effort we had a mountain of lovely food! Diana Schraner brought her truck. To our great relief and thankfulness, a man and his young son rushed to our assistance and loaded all the food on the truck. The people of Cloverdale filled that truck and the shelves of the Food Pantry! We also wish to thank the incredible Ginny Corzine. No shopper can resist the charm of Ginny Corzine when she asks you to give a can! Although we are not directly affiliated with the Food Pantry, we under- stand that the need is ongoing. Tax-deductible donations may be mailed to the Cloverdale Food Pantry at POB 1038, Cloverdale, CA 95425. Nonper- ishable food donations may be dropped of at the Mail Center, Etc. during business hours. The Cloverdale Food Pantry, located at the corner of Commercial and 2nd Streets, is open for distribution to those in need on Fridays from 1-3 p.m. Kirsten Sullivan and Virginia Walker, Cloverdale A call to the Tribe to scale down the project Editor: The Rancheria has stated that their mission is to build new and sustainable economic opportunities that will "benefit both the Tribal Members and the community of Cloverdale. " However the community is shocked at the massive scale of their proposal - a proposal that will dwarf Cloverdale and suck profits from our remaining businesses, while also deterring any future hope of new businesses locating here. While the tribe may wish to benefit Cloverdale as well as them- selves, it is clear that the tribe will have less say than their powerful business partner, Sealaska. OFF SPECIALS!! lOx2O to 10x25112 Off Three Months Hurry.• .All others 112 Off Two Months MINI STORAGE - CIOVERU3AIE - Angelo Criscione Angelo Criscione of Cloverdale, died Saturday Sept. 11, 2010 in Santa Rosa. He was 85. Loving father of, Laura (Gary), Sally (Abe), Lydia, and Torina (Dave); adored grandfather of: John (Tanya), Tammie, Lance, Danielle and great grandchildren Harlie and Domonic. A native of Chicago, Illinois, Angelo served as a band leader and musician in the Army during WWII. He came to California after the war and continued his lifelong career as a musician. He was a barber for many years and sold real estate. He came to Cloverdale 10 years ago and lived in the Del Webb Community where he developed many close dear friendships. He was a musician for St. Peter's Church and played regularly for the Saturday evening Mass, including the night he passed away. A Funeral Mass was held Saturday Sept. 18, at St. Peter's Catholic Church in Cloverdale. Interment will be Monday, Sept. 27, at Queen of Heaven Cemetery, Hillside, Illinois. Arrangements by Fred Young Funeral Home, Cloverdale, 894-2540. Let's keep the Fiddle Contest alive Editor: When the City of Cloverdale was ranked as one of the "coolest small Sealaska, who has not comrnuni- towns in America," I wondered if in our enthusiasm we hadn't been cated at all with the community of premature. Could we live up to that promise? I thought back on the more Cloverdale, has a mission (and a than five years I have lived here and decided that Cloverdale indeed has duty to their stockholders) to re- plenty to offer the visitor who might be drawn to explore a cool small coup their investment of $319.6M town. My favorite among the activities I counted as making Cloverdale to build this casino complex, and to special is the fiddle contest. For me, it's two days of bliss every year! reap as much profit as possible on I find it shocking that the city cannot find the means to support this well- that investment, established event that draws fiddlers from across the nation, from the As per the usual business ar- tiniest who can barely hold the fiddle but make it sing, to the seasoned rangement with tribes and financial men and women who carry the old fiddle tunes in their heads and keep partners, Sealaska will provide the them alive in this contest and the others in which they compete or demon- funding, build it, then manage the strate. These occasions are the means of continuity. Visit the back room operation and collect the lion's jams. Watch the eagerness with which the young fiddlers learn the old share of the profits for the first sev- tunes and the joy on the faces of their teachers. en years. With projected annual It seems counterproductive to me to take away one of the exceptional revenues of $179.8M, this will be delights of our village at the same time we've been named as a unique very lucrative arrangement for destination for the weekend traveler- and all because the meeting to make them. the final funding decision comes to late to allow those who volunteer to Sealaska has no such mission to create this event to complete their behind the scenes work. benefit the community of Clover- Please consider this decision. Keep the fiddle contest alive, not just for dale -their motivation will be to col- the sake of the tourists but for Cloverdale residents like me who count this lect their original investment back, event as the high point of the city's social year. maximize massive profits on that Gall Larrick, Cloverdale investment, then leave the Ranche- ria to it. While Sealaska is involved, Applause for Zini's Diner benefiting the community of Clo- Editor: verdale is going to be very far down the list of priorities. I wanted to take a moment to extend a public thank you to Zini's Diner I call on the tribe to reconsider for their wonderful support of the Cloverdale High School Key Club. Last Thursday, the Key Club sponsored a Dine to Donate project with Zini's. their options - use Sealaska's mon- The owner went above and beyond, creating a special prime rib menu ey to back your stated goals by scal- ing down to a project that will option for the evening; and when the event was over, extended to the Key "benefit both the Tribal Members Club more than the originally agreed upon 20%-of-the-proceeds donation. and the community of Cloverdale." In addition, my family dined there on the day of the event, it being the first time we had eaten there during the evening hours. At Empire Mini Storage we make Susan Nurse, Cloverdale I wanted to applaud the restaurant for their community-minded sup- storing your belongings easy! port of our Key Club program, and encourage the rest of the community to give this business a try, if you haven t already done so. state ofthe art faciiityfeaturing professional resident: Sue Cummins, CHS Key Club Advisor [ C°mputer key adii ted! try• All units'have fi e'sprinklersand are "l i indMduallyalar i 24 h video su ei!iance 7day a week accessi Office hours: Mon. - Sat. 9 a.m. - 6 p.m. Closed Sun. Access hours: 6 a.m. - 9 p.m. Everyday & Holidays IX'OSANDHOLM L.., CLOVERDALE- 894-3100--I • empireclo@earthlink.net • www.empireministorage.com ,~ • 120 SANDHOLM LN., CLOVERDALE - 894-3100 Please notify us of changes to the calendar WEDNESDAY, SEPT, 22 Senior Center, 311 N. Main St. ..... 9:30 am - 2:30 pm Family History,1101 S. CIvd. BIvd ........ 10am to 7pro Weight Watchers, Grace Lutheran Ch .......... 5:45 pm "Bingo" at Kings Valley Senior Center .......... 6:30 pm City Council Meeting, Senior Center ............. 6:30 pm THURSDAY, SEPT. 23 Kiwanis, Star Restaurant ................................. 7-8 am Senior Center, 311 N. Main St ...... 9:30 am - 2:30 pm Rotary Club, Citrus Fair .................................... 12 pm Soroptimists, Underground Care ........................ 7 pm Cloverdale Cub Scouts Pack 60, City Park ....... 7 pm Cloverdale Lions Club, Vets Building ........... 7:30 pm FRIDAY, SEPT. 25 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, SEPT. 27 Senior Center, 311 N. Main St ...... 9:30 am - 2:30 am Economic Development Workshop, Sen. Ctr .... 6 pm AIAnon, First Baptist Ch., 450 S. Franklin .... 7:30 pm TUESDAY, SEPT. 28 Senior Center, 311 N. Main St ...... 9:30 am- 2:30 pm Alexander Valley Regional Medical Center Primary Healthcare (Adult & Child), 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 Th ............................... 11 am 7 pm Application assistance for State of California Healthcare Programs by Appointment, 707-894-4229 i:;i!ii:i!~!i~::!: :+:+:+::,::: ii+i~i:i.i:iii~i~: i~iiiiiiiiiiii!i!i!i!! iii~i~i~iiiiiiiiiiiii' ~#:i;i:i.i:i:i:il ,i~iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiil i~i:i~ili:iigii :i~i,i,i,iiiiii~i :+::::::+:+ i:i~i:iiiiiiF ,::::!iiiiii S Va -t-DA ADVENrrlSTCHURCH i!iiiiiiiiii~i!i~i~ ~,:+::+:+:~: ,:::::::::::::::::: i!iiiiiiiiiililili! iiii!iiiiiii~i~ii~ :::::::.::: ’~::+::~::’ ~:+:+:+:+: +:+:::+:: i:iiiiiiiiiiiii~ii ~iiii:ili:i:i:i; Saturday Bible Study 9:30 a.m. Saturday Worship Service 11 a.m. 1085 S. 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Washington St. -= ~ Warner "l y lt, l e~tara t-11115 "~~'= -./Christian Chl.4t'lyh ~BI. ~m ,~bunda.t /i/~...ab,nda,rt ~ave. Call 707-239-1107 for information Web site: www.vineyardhillscc.org Sunday Worship Services - 10am 50 Commerce Lane, Unit C Reuser Business Park, Cloverdale (Across the freeway from Starbucks) Pastor Bill Schmidt 707.894.5050 Christian ",4 Fr e by Ptccce, tz - W rs p dGrow" • Sunday Christian Education 9:45 a.m. • Sunday Worship Service 11 a.m. • Sunday Evening Service 6 p.m. • Women's Home Bible Fellowship Tuesday, 7 p.m. • Men's Home Bible Fellowship Tuesday, 7 p.m. 553 W. Second • 894-2893 Lutheran Church Grow in Grace and knowledge of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ • Warm, Caring People • Solid Biblical Teaching • Uplifting Worship • Caring Children's Ministry Praise & Worship, 10 am Sunday School and Adult Bible Class, 9 am 890 N. Cloverdale Blvd. 894-2330 i i www.TheBridge4sq.net / mail@TheBridge4sq.net