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CLOVERDALE REVEILLE, CLOVERDALE, CALIFORNIA WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 22, 2010- Page 13 Pumpkin Patch FIREM EN'S BARBECUEAPOPULAR EVENT This photo was taken the second year of Courtney's Pumpkin Patch, Oct. 2004. Courtney Davis started the pumpkin patch fundraiser to benefit Cloverdale Family Services and Washington School. The fundraiser has conl inued to raise money for the Courtney Davis Memorial Scholarship. Back row: Kirsten Villavicencio, left, Shelby Wiget, Jocelyn Hale, Jocelyn Villavicencio. Front row: Alanna Bertoli, left, Jordan Bartholdy and Courtney Davis. Fall 0ct.1 In 2003 and 2004, Courtney Jade Davis, a junior high school student of Cloverdale organized the first Pumpkin Patch fundraiser. The proceeds benefitted The Cloverdale Family Service and her school. The following year, she was diagnosed witl~, Ewing's Sarcoma, a rare form of bone cancer and in January 2008 succumbed to the disease. Court- ney's fight and amazing attitude were an inspiration to the entire community. . In 2008, the Cloverdale High School, where she attended, set up the Courtney Jade Davis Memorial~ Scholarship in her memory. As a fundraising effort for the scholar- ship, her friends and family decid- ed to carry on her "Pumpkin Patch" in her name. Each year its success grows and last year over $6,000 was raised and awarded to graduating seniors. This year, the Pumpkin Patch will be held in Cloverdale's Downtown Plaza on Saturday, Oct. 9 in con-~ junction with "Oktoberfest in C lo- verdale" an annual community event. German food, wine and beer tasting and more! In the spirit of this unique com- munity, we hope you will be able to join the festivities. -Cathy Davis The firemen's tri-tip BBQ on Saturday, Sept. 11 was sold out. It was held at the Citrus Fair and over 500 tickets were bought. A no-host bar was available to guests who also enjoyed live music by the Bell Brothers, who returned to entertain for a second year. Pictured are Brad Avansino, left, Tom Hinrichs, Peter Avansino, Kyle Yeager, Gabael Granados, Nancy Avansino and Aaron Merrill, in front. Leaves are beginning to fall, a houses and games for kids of all chill is in the air and pumpkins are ages. Food and game tickets are growing hl the garden. That means very affordable and will be avail- it's time for the Jefferson Elementa- able for purchase on the night of the ry Fall Carnival! event. Join us on Friday, Oct. 1 from 5 The Lions Club will be there to p.m. to 8 p.m. for this community BBQ hamburgers and hot dogs, so event that boasts everything from a bring an appetite for food and fun. traditional cake walk to whimsical For more information or questions face painting, regarding the Fall Carnival, please The annual. Jefferson Fall Carni- ' contact Jefferson "School at 894- val celebrates the coming of au- 1930. tumn with refreshments, bouncy -Raquel Moffett Boys & Girls Club's Day for Kids set Boys & Girls Clubs of Central Sonoma County Cloverdale Club is cele- brating the annual "Day for Kids" on Saturday, Sept. 25, 2010, from 10 a.m. to 2 pm. . , Brir~ the whole family for games, art activities, and more. Come check out your_local Boys & Girls Club. (We are located at 686 S. Cloverdale Blvd.) Hope to see you there! -Gail Rails Meeting of the City Council and joint meeting of the Community Development Agency Board of Directors and Cloverdale Improvement Authority U.S.Army Corps of Engineers at LakeSonoma to celebrate National Public Lands Day Sept.25 The U.S. Army Corps of Engi- cleanup up the parks for future gen- neers' San Francisco District, and erations to enjoy the pristine and Lake Sonoma, will celebrate Na- beautiful Lake Sonoma area." tional Public Lands Day Saturday, Volunteers at Lake Sonoma will Sept. 25 with the Friends of Lake help clear vegetation, maintain Sonoma, Back Country Horsemen, trails, spruce up the visitor center, Bike Monkey, Sonoma County and clean up debris around the Bowmen, Lake Sonoma Marina, the lake. The highlight for this year's Boy Scouts of America and the pub- National Public Lands Day at Lake lic. Sonoma will include volunteer Nationwide an estimated 100,000 work to complete the first handi- Americans will celebrate National capped accessible trail in the park. Public Lands l~ay, the nation's larg- Registration begins Saturday at 8 est hands-on volunteer effort to ira- a.m. at the Milt Brandt Visitor Cen- prove and enhance public lands ter. across America, by volunteering in Complimentary coffee and juice a variety Of important projects on will be served to volunteers dur- federal lands. In observance of Na- ' ing registration. tional Public Lands Day, Lake Work projects start at 9 a.m. to 1 Sonoma's boat launch fees will be p.m., followed by a complimen- waived, Registered volunteers will tary lunch for volunteers will be also receive a "coupon" for a "fee served at the Warm Springs Rec- free" day. reational Area. "Our federal parks belong to the Volunteers should be prepared to public today, tomorrow and for fu-i work outdoors ture generations," said San Fran- ' Wear sturdy shoes and comfort- cisco District Commander Lt. Colt able clothing, Torrey A. DiCiro. "That is why so Bringing gloves, sun screen and a many people volunteer to help hat are recommended. Some tools and gloves will be provided; however, bringing your own is recommended. Registration and activities begin at Lake Sonoma's Milt Brandt Visi- tor Center, located at 3288 Skaggs Springs Road, Geyserville, Calif. Visit http: //www.spn.usace.army. mil / lake_sonoma / index.html, or call the visitor center at (707) 431- 4533 for more information. REGULAR SCHEDULED MEETING 2. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 2010 CLOVERDALE SR. CENTER, 311 N. MAIN ST., CLOVERDALE, CA CLOSED SESSION: 5:30 RM. -- PUBLIC BUSINESS SESSION: 6:30 P.M. Recognition of sponsors of 2010 Family Movie Nights on 1st- Presentation from Monique Evans of the Center for Environmental Stewardship regarding the Summer Youth Ecology Corps Program, followed by a presentation of certificates of appreciation from the City, 3. Presentation from the Recreation Sub-Committee of the Youth Master Plan and Skaters of Clover- dale on "Cloverdale's Road to the SK8PARK." 4. Proclamation declaring September 25, 2010, "Russian River Cleanup Day." 5. Minutes of previous meetings (2)- August 25, 2010 and September 7, 2010 6, CD Resolution No. 012-2010 Approving a Professional Services Agreement Howell with Consultant Carla 7. Consideration of Resolution No. 059-2010 authorizing the destruction of certain records as incorpo- rated as Exhibit "A" of the resolution which is authorized by the City's official record retention schedule adopted in Sept'ember 2006 8. Resolution No. 054-2010 Adopting Proposed Amendments to the city's Conflict-of-Interest Code to Replace Exhibit B Specifying the Positions Subject to the City's Conflict-of-Interest Code 9. Resolution No. 055-2010 approving an Outside Service Agreement with the County of Sonoma to allow the County to continue as Lead Agency to oversee services under the State Surface Mining and Reclamation Act (SMARA) fdr the existing gravel mining operation on a portion of the Alexander Valley Resort Property 10. Resolution No. 056-2010, approving an Agreement with the County of Sonoma to allow Sonoma County to continue to administer an existing Williamson Act Land Conservation Agreement on a portion of the Alexander Valley Resort Property 11. Resolution No. 057-2010 Endorsing October 6, 2010 as the International Walk & Roll to School Day 12. Resolution No. 058-2010 Endorsing Oct. 10, 2010 as International Get to Work on Climate Protection Day 13. Water System Improvements 2011 Mitigated Negative Declaration 14. Appointment of Planning Commission Member and Planning Commissioner Alternate 15. Introduction and First Reading of an ordinance entitled, "Water Efficient Landscape Ordinance (WELO)" adding Chapter 15.38 to the Cloverdale Municipal Code 16. Resolution No. 051-2010 Approving an Outside Sewer Service Agreement for 1116 S. Cloverdale Boulevard 17. Analysis of Legal Services -Contracting vs. In-House Organizational Model Presented by Jeff and Tina Tate THATTICKING SOUND When a clicking or ticking engine noise gradually goes away as the engine warms up, the problem is likely a noisy hydraulic lifter. A valve lifter is pushed upward by the camshaft lobe. which in turn forces the push- rod in the same direction. The pushrod ro- tates the rocker arm. which forces the valve downward against its spring, thereby open- ing the valve. In engines equipped with hy- draulic lifters, oil inside the lifter acts as a cushion to gently force the pushrod upward to open the valve. If the lifter leaks oil. clear- ance can develop between the valve stem an(~ the rocker arm. and a ticking noise will develop. When no adjustment is possible, replacement of the lifter(s) may be required. Hint: If a lifter needs to be replaced, al- ways use a high quality original equipment maufacturers (OEM) part. ![YOUr hydraulic flfler sounds like ~t~me b0mbtiCking underyourhood, you need to.b~'ing you~ car down toour shop dght away:OurASE~certified technicians will make the adiu~tments necessary tostop that incessant ticking or, if it's necessary, we'll replace the part witha new one, We can atsO pr6,~ de the :regularly scheduled maintenance that :Will: catCh things like a leaking I~r before ~tarts making a racket, which will save you t}me and money down the road.Give us a call today to prevet~t a big headache tomorrow.Ca;I for an appointment today;.. For~r~nce, we:o~r early-bird and after-hours drop off, ss welt as service while you wait. We are open from .7:30 am to 5 pm Monday thru Friday Dealership Expertise,- Hometown Serv/ce Jeff and Tina Tate are the owners of Cloverdale Automotive & Tires, located at 210 So. C/overda/e Blvd., Downtown C/overda/e 707-894-1072 Poodle skirts were the attire of choice at.the Friday Sock Hop and Cruise which kicked off the Street Celebration on Saturday, Sept. 11. Dressing for the '50s were Jessalee Raymond, left, Donna Layman, Theresa Smith, Donna Baehr and Claudia Clow. Frances Ramage, left, David and Beverley McChesney and Mike Lynch at the Sock Hop on Sept. 10, which kicked offthe car show the following day. Friday, september 24th. 8pm