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PAGE 8 --- WEDNESDAY, SEPT 22, 2010 CLOVERDALE REVEILLE CLOVERDALE, CALIFORNIA We will n ss Shelby Riane Wiget Leaving 9/28/10 to join the U.S. Army Reserves. We're sending all our love and support From, Your Family and Friends "Life is only as bad as you make it" Mon- Fri 10-6 Sat 10-5 Sun 11-5 894 4080 www.gocloverdale.com New & Vinta e Furniture $erta Mattresses - and Collectibles Reasonable Prices. Conveniently Located. Delivery. Financing Petcare Services Low Cost Pet Vaccination Clinics Every Saturday from 4:30 to 5:30 pm Now Carrying PremiumPet Foods Everyday In Cloverdale At... The helpful place. CLOVERDALE Open Monday - Friday 7:30am-7pm Saturday 8-6 - Sunday 9-5 894-2165 - 750 S, Cloverdale Blvd, J.Huber graduates from U.S.CoastG Training Center Coast Guard Seaman Apprentice Wyatt J. Huber, son of Patti A. and Ronald F. Huber of Cloverdale, re- cently graduated from the U.S. Coast Guard Recruit Training Cen- ter in Cape May, N. J. During the eight-week training program, Huber completed a vigor- ous training curriculum consisting of academics and practical instruc- tion on water safety and survival, military customs and courtesies, seamanship skills, first aid, fire fighting and marksmanship./~ ma- jor emphasis is also placed on phys- ical fitness, health and wellness. Huber and other recruits also re- ceived instruction on the Coast Guard's core values -- honor, re- spect and devotion to duty -- and how to apply them in their military performance and personal conduct. Huber will join 36,000 other men and women who comprise the Coast Guard's force. Men and women train together from the first day in the Coast Wyatt J. Huber graduates from U. S. Coast Guard training center. Guard just as they do aboard ships and shore units throughout the world. To reinforce the team con- cept, Huber, and other recruits were trained in preventing sexual harassment, drug and alcohol awareness, civil rights training, and the basics of the work-life balance, as well as total quality manage- ment. Huber is a 2007 graduate of Boulder City High School of Boul- der City, Nev. MICHAEL NIXON 140 B S. Cloverdale Blvd. (above Antiques & Uniques) www.nixonfinancial.com michael@nixonfinancial, corn CA Insurance #ODO8323 894-9882 Health insurance rates are going up. Call me to discuss options that may save you money without sacrificing coverage. Nixon Financial can help you and SMSgt. Timra Campbell was deployed to Qatar on Aug. 8, 2010. She is heading up the Air Force Expeditionary Field Investigation Squadron of the Office of Special Investigation. Timra is the first woman to head up AFOSI/EFIS. This is Timra's second deployment to the Middle East. Her first was to Afghanistan in 2005. Her achievements during her 16 yea s of active duty include: John tevitow in Airman Leadership School, highest award given; Military Woman of the Year '98; NCO of the Quarter for the group '99; being selected for 24 EFIS Superintendent; being selected for AFOSI; making Master at 11 years; making Senior at 15 years; distinguished graduate at SNCO academy, top 10% of over 400 people; Academic Achievement award in OSI Academy for highest test scores; Lance P. Sijan winner for 2 FIR in'08 for demonstrated leadership; WlFLE award winner (Julie Y. Cross) for 2006 for 6FIR. Timra is a graduate of El Molino High School and daughter of Jeff and Betty Olsen of Cloverdale. Pumpkin Patch at Oktoberfest to benefit scholarship fund A pumpkin patch with activities Davis Scholarship Fund, in memo- your family with private and public health insurance options. for children of all ages will be one of the featured attractions at this fall's Oct. 90ktoberfest celebration. Proceeds from pumpkin patch ac- tivities will benefit the Courtney We inspire our residents to be as : as p0ssible. To our residents, it's liberating. To:tll grayling. And to us. it's fulfilling. , I v " Theres e erything here you could want or need. * Full se ce, restaurant-style dining .............. *:.Sp s and private apartment homes in studio room floor plans *: Over 180 social and recreational activities each month On-site library, beau and barber shop ry of the 16-year-old Cloverdale High student who died of cancer in Jan. 2008. The popular Oktoberfest celebra- tion will be held in the downtown plaza beginning at 3 pm on Satur- day, Oct. 3, with food, vendors, raf- fles and a silent auction, wine and beer tasting, and live entertainment provided by the "Poyntlyss Sistars Show Band." The event is designed for both families and adults. A German meal including grilled sausages, sauerkraut, potato salad, dessert, and a choice of beverage will be sold by United Church, which or- ganizes the event each fall. Pro- ceeds from the meal, raffles, and silent auction help support local outreach ministries including the Food Pantry and Wallace House. Meal tickets can be purchased for $15 in advance at Mail Center Etc. and the United Church office. A limited number of meal tickets will be available at $18 on the day of the event. -Bob Timm Historical Society presents Autumn in Asti The Cloverdale Historical Society will present the first annual Jack Howell Founders Award at a spe- cial event on Sept. 25 4-7 p.m., at Asti Winery. A ticket to Autumn in Asti includes food and wine pair- ings, music, and a silent auction. Villa and winery tours are also available. Bid on exciting auction items such as a Los Castillo silver neck- lace; an afternoon at the Cooley Ranch with lunch and a jeep tour of the property; a mixed case of Rock- pile wines; an afternoon floating in a party boat on Lake Sonoma; hand-made redwood bowls; a Mar- ge Gray print; and more! Between bids enjoy classic tunes and tasty, award-winning selections by Big Boy Barbeque and SkyRanch Culi- nary Events paired with Cellar 8 and Souverain wines. There are also a limited number of spaces available for two tours: See production activities on the Winery Crush Tour or visit the his- toric Villa Pompeii and enjoy a champagne tasting. Presale tickets are only $35 per person for Society members and $40 for nonmembers. After Sept. 20, .................. Vintage Los Castillo silver necklace (from Taxco, Mexico) was appraised at Olde Towne Jeweler of Santa Rosa at a value of $1450. Starting bid will be $200. Come bid on this and other great items! the prices are $45 and $50. Tours are an additional ticket at $5 for the Winery Crush Tour and $8 for the Villa Pompeii Tour. There are only two tours of each, limited to 16 peo- ple per tour so reserve your tickets early! For more information or to re- serve tickets contact the Society of- fice at 894-2067. Or stop by the Cloverdale History Center at 215 N. Cloverdale Blvd. Thursday and Sat- urday, 10-4; Friday, 10-2; and Sun- day, noon-4. -Bonnie Asien mc] ss Puane hall We are proud to announce the engagement of Jessica Kelly to her boyfriend of four years, Duane Marshall. Jessica is the daughter of Robin Emmel and Chuck Doyle of Lucerne and Michael Kelly of Yuma, AZ. Her grandparents are Maurice and Jean Watts of Clover- dale and Earl and the late Barbara Kelly of Yuma, AZ. Jessica's fiance Duane Marshall is from Placerville. He is the son of Chuck and Marette Nagel of On Wednesday, Sept. 1, over 1,000 school aged kids participated in the Boys & Girls Clubs of Central Sonoma County's afterschool pro- grams at nine locations in Clover- dale, Healdsburg, Windsor, Santa Rosa and Rohnert Park. Just over two years ago Boys & Girls Club organizations in Healds- burg, Windsor and Rohnert Park came together to form one organi- zation, Boys & Girls Clubs of Cen- tral Sonoma County. Since then, the united organization opened three clubs in Southwest Santa Rosa; at JX Wilson Elementary, Roseland El- ementary and Roseland Accelerat- ed Middle School. The organization also opened a second Windsor loca- tion at Call Calmecac Elementary. This past summer Boys & Girls Clubs of Central Sonoma County also took over operations of the Boys & Girls Club of Cloverdale. The organization serves kids in two locations in Cloverdale; the Clover- dale Club on Cloverdale Blvd. and Jefferson Elementary School. Two years ago, the Club's board and staff set a goal to serve 1,000 rdale pertussis p Sixty eight Cloverdale residents received free Pertussis (Whooping Cough) Diptheria a~d Tetanus vac- cinations on Saturday thanks to Sonoma County Public Health and Alexander Valley Regional Medical Center (AVRMC). Another 60 residents received free or reduced price flu shots, in- cluding protection from HIN1 strain of flu, during the annual Clo- verdale Car show celebration in the Plaza and on Cloverdale Blvd. The importance of Pertussis booster shots every 10 years to peo- ple over 18 is extremely important Servingthe staffing needs..of Sonoma, Lake & Mei docino:;. at (707) 575-7503. CHANATE : BROOKDALE S~N~OR LIVING Independent Living www.brookdaleliving.com EDULEA PLIMENTARY PORTFOLIO REVIEW. Dolph D Green, CFPe Financial Advisor 231 North Cloverdale Blvd Cloverdale, CA 95425 707-894-0277 www.edwardjones.com r-- Dubois WY. and the grandson of Chuck and Ralpha Nagel of Lin- coln. They are planning to wed May of 2011. ! kids in one day by Fall 2011. That goal was reached a year earlier than expected. "We are excited to be im- pacting the lives of so many kids," says Co-CEO, Jennifer Weiss. "We will not stop until all kids who need afterschool programs that focus on Academic Achievement, Healthy Lifestyles and Good Character are being served," says Weiss. Our partners in the communities we serve are very grateful for the club's programs. Roseland School District Superintendant Gall Ahlas says "The Roseland School District is thrilled to have Boys & Girls of Central Sonoma County offering af- i terschool programs at Roseland El- l ementary and Roseland I, Accelerated Middle School. The need for quality afterschool pro- grams is so great here and the Boys :& Girls Club staff does an amazing job of working with our kids, and most importantly, the kids love it." For more information on pro- grams, upcoming events and cam- pa~gn please contact us at 707-528-7977 or www.bgccsc.org. - Gall Rails fluand said Deborah Howell, Executive Director at AVRMC. Eight infants under six months have died of Whooping Cough this year in California as the epidemic continues. Vaccine for those under six months is not available, so it's extremely important to form a co- coon by everyone else being vacci- nated, she added. AVRMC continues to offer the DTAP vaccine for those 18 and un- der at no charge with a nominal $30 fee for those over 18. Call 894-4229 for an appointment. You need not be an AVRMC patient to receive the vaccine. AVRMC also has flu vaccine, in- cluding protection against H1N1, available by appointment for a small fee or under insurance cover- age. -Mark Thayer Dow, as :il has been since 1870, Cio l evcille bi'$tovi' al record for the community of Cloo dal. Submissions ave welcome. 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