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CLOVERDALE REVEILLE, CLOVERDALE, CALIFORNIA WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 28, 2011 -- Page 7 Car wash raises funds f0r t00)spital care The Cloverdale High School Key Club car ............... wash-a-thon will be Satu rday at St. Peter&apos;s Church from 10 a.m. - 3 p.m. This fundraiser will be used to raise money for the Kiwanis sponsored Pediatric Trauma Program. Some of the funds will also be used to help the active Key Club members attend out-of-town activities and programs also. There is no set fee for getting your car washed. Meanwhile, in advance of the day, members will be taking pledges from people for donations of $10. The Key Club wants to wash as many cars as possible, which is why they are not charging per car. Of course, the members hope that people coming in may choose to donate. Anyone who pledges to the Car Wash-a-Thon cause will receive a coupon to bring in for a free wash. -Sue Cummins Kiwanis to celebrate 10 year anniversary The Cloverdale Kiwanis Club takes great pride in announcing to the community that it's time ..... time to celebrate the TEN year anniversary since the signing of their charter on June 12, 2001 ! During that short time span, the club has become known for its hard working members and the generosity of their efforts in helping those in need. The Kiwanis theme is, "Changing the World, One Child at a Time." Kiwanis efforts, while broad-spread, are primarily focused on doing things to help children, whether they are ones in our own back yard, or maybe even in third world countries where a single series of tetanus shots, costing $1.80, can save the lives of a mother and all her unborn children to come. Service projects undertaken and supported by our local Kiwanis members and club in the past ten years include assisting all of the following programs: - Boys & Girls Club - Cloverdale Ponytail League - CHS Key Club - Cloverdale Even Start - Relay for Life - Council on Aging - Children's Safety Fair - Meals on Wheels - Imagination Library - JEH High School - Kiwanis Family House - Friends of Lake Sonoma - Cloverdale Food Pantry - Washington Builders Club - Washington Geography Bee - Cloverdale Girl Scouts - Cloverdale Senior Center - Cloverdale Little League - Cloverdale Ambulance Fund - Kiwanis Pediatric Trauma Program - Human Race - Eagle Creek School - Jefferson School Book Give-Away - CHS Project Grad - CHS Scholarships - Washington Builders Club - Cloverdale Citrus Fair - Cloverdale Marathon - Imagination Library - Washington Youth Citizen - Wallace House - Performing Arts Center - Support lbr troops over-seas - Cloverdale Historical Society - AVID program at CHS - Washington School trip to D.C. All present Cloverdale Kiwanis members, plus former officers in the club, and anyone who was instrumental in getting the club started, are invited to a party in the home of Dermis Stead at 282 Chateau Real, Healdsburg, on Sunday, Oct. 2 from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. There's a lot to celebrate! Friendsofthe Libraryto hold annualsale Friends of the Cloverdale Library will be holding their annual Book Sale on Thursday, Friday and Satur- day, Oct. 6, 7 and 8. The sale will be held in the Pat Hare Community Room at the Cloverdale Regional Library, 401 N. Cloverdale Blvd. All proceeds from the sale benefit our local library. Choose from our outstanding se- lection of good quality books: fic- tion, cooking, gardening, travel, art, history, science and childrens' books. DVDs, CDs, and Books on Tape will also be available. Now's the time to stock up on your fall and winter reading and viewing mate- rials! Member only preview - You may join at the door will be held Thursday, Oct. 6, 6-8 p.m. Open to the public will be held Friday, Oct. 7, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Saturday, Oct. 8, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. a bag sale will be held on Saturday, Oct. 8, from 2 to 4 p.m. It is only $5 per bag. Become a member of the Clover- dale Friends and get first pick at these wonderful books. Member- ships start at $5 for seniors, $10 for individuals. Sign up during the sale or at the library anytime. Funds raised 'from the membership fees and from the book sale are used toward the purchase of books, au- diovisual materials and for any spe- cial projects of our library. -Susan Clark #41 Sophomore running back Michael Goebel gets a first down for the Eagles. ..... ..:a:,.:... : ...,..,.: i::::ii :. .- - ....................... ": ......  :  :.:: 4 L " "" : :, ::; .. ::2 " " " : - <4 #8 Freshman Eduardo Leyva drives the ball up the field in a home game for the Eagles. #52 Senior Jesus Sanabria waits to snap the ball in a recent Varsity football game. #10 Senior Sergio Morales controls possession of the ball as #9 Oscar Ochoa looks on. #4 Sophomore Angel Torres reaches for the ball as #44 freshman Jonathan Sophomore soccer player Jazmin Orozco powers her way past a defender Alverez and #65 sophomore Duane Sanborn prepare to block for the runner, in a soccer game against Clear Lake. I LIVE in Cloverdale. I WORK in Cloverdale. How Cool is THAT.: Arlene Epting Realtor arleneepting@gmail.com DRE #01880507 C21 LesRyanCIoverdale.com  114 Lake Street 1 Cloverdale, CA I-I : OFFICE: 894-5232 LEs YAN REALTY DIRECT: 894-4476 SINK OFFICE TRUSTS, ESTATES  REAL PROPERTY THOMAS REED SINK* MARY PAYNE SINK * CERTIFIED ,v, PECIALIST IN E.";TATE tLANNING. 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The Cloverdale High School Seniors are holding a rummage sale on Saturday, Oct. 15 from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m., to help raise funds for their senior trip to allow all students to go. They are looking for donations of clean and usable items to sell. If you have any donations please drop them off at Cloverdale High School. Please donate and come to the rummage sale. They appreciate your help! Thank you! I'm making aMol;her high level o'ffice tier;it, ion...   It's EASY to select us for  : all your automotive repair. &   Local ownership, ->2;"  n   the boss zs  , and serv, ce done =:''7 RIGHT, ON TI/'uE, %..[- __..  the FIRST TIME. -'.:.- ---'" --'' r-e:me filled or jelly. CLOVERDALE 21o so. AUTOMOTIVE Call: & TIRES 7o7-894-1o72 Karla Flores, CPT New patients welcome. Private insurance, Medicare & MediCal. Karla Flores, CPT Certified Phlebotomy Technician While in training, Karla ].earned about patient relationships. 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