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PAGE 14 -- WEDNESDAY, OCT. 26, 2011 CLOVERDALE REVEILLE CLOVERDALE, CALIFORNIA Soroptimist International of Cloverdale presents a check for $4500 to the Boys & Girls Club in Cloverdale. Pictured are Soroptimist president Jessalee Raymond, left, Cloverdale Boys & Girls Club Director Bethany Bilyeu, Soroptimist members Jeannie Griffitts, Stephanie Mittelstadt and Linda Pankey. The Soroptimists have a history of support for the Boys & Girls Club and were instrumental in starting the club here. SUTTER MEDICAL CEN" ER OF ANTA ROSA NO f . y The Cloverdale Lions Club presented a check to the Boys & Girls Club to help with the kitchen improvements. Lions Club member Sean Haynes with Boys & Girls Club personnel and kids. Donations help local groups With the economy in the dol- drums, deserving local organiza- tions are finding it more difficult to fill their financial coffers so that they can continue to provide services to the community. Recently the Boys & Girls Club of Central Sonoma County in Clover- dale received $4500 from Soropti- mist International of Cloverdale and a $1000 donation from the Clover- dale Lions Club. The Soroptimist donation will enable the club to in- stall an Ansul Fire Sprinkler System so that they can use their kitchen stove. The stove is very important to the club's new culinary program. Vegetables are grown in the garden and then prepared in the kitchen, so that members learn to grow, prepare and eat healthy foods in an effort to combat juvenile diabetes and obesi- ty. Cloverdale club director Betha- ny Bilyeu responded, "It is support like this from our local service orga- nizations that allow us to change lives in Cloverdale." The $1000 from the Cloverdale Lions Club also helps to fund kitchen improvements at the club. Last week Feline Rescue of North- ern California, headquartered in Cloverdale, received a $5000 dona- tion from the Cloverdale Lions Club. The funds were the proceeds of a Lions Club abalone dinner held in September. The non-profit 501(c)(3) and all-volunteer organization res- cues abandoned and feral cats and kittens. Once rescued, the cats and kittens receive medical care, are spayed or neutered and are placed in foster homes awaiting adoption. Over 600 cats and kittens will be helped this year, many with the help of the Li- ons Club's generous donation. "Feline Rescue is always'.in need of local foster homes," adds presi- dent Mary Braem Foster. If you can help, please call 494-5544 or visit www.feline-rescue.com. Mary Braem Foster, president of Feline Rescue of Northern California, Inc., receives a $5000 donation from the Cloverdale Lions Club. Pictured are Paul Maurer, chairman of the Lions Club Abalone Dinner, which provided the proceeds for the donation and Lions Club president Dave Gill. Join the Players Club and you will receive: .- :,,e FOO0 VOUCHER & A FREE :'iFE,,,  AY $500 IN SLOT PLAY! nl I]lll II I I II IIIII o__ __.. 2.. o_ .._ .__ MEMBERS ONLY. FOOD COUPON GOOD FOR $10 OFF ANY SINGLE MENU IIEM ON 1HE BAR Ik GRILL, PIZZERIA,, OR STEAKHOUSE MENU INCLUDING BUFFET OFFERINGS. FREE SWIPE GOOD ON THE LUCKY SWIPE KIOSK. One cou person per day. Offer not valid with anyother coupons,, offers I-IoplandSho-ia-Wah Casino reserves the right to moaify or ( " 8 2 0 0 9  0 2 * promotion without notice. No cash value. IIU.ID PHOTO ID REIUIRED. CR CASINO P/1.888.SHOKAWAH i WWW.SHOKAWAH.COM i Just off Hwy 175; 3 miles east of Hwy 101 All event ond promotional detoils are subject to change wi nout notice. Persons under21 yeats old ente fing Casino rnust be accompanied by an adult Mclnagement resewes all rights. NN Cardiac Catheterization Lab Statc-of-theArt Diagnostic and Therapeutic Procedures It's the compassionate team of 1,000+ health care professionals that make Sutter Medical Center of Santa Rosa an outstanding hospital. Across all departments, our five-star staff share one common passion - caring for patients. No wonder why independent rating organizations such as HealthGrades% CMS, CHART, and VHA consistently recognize Sutter Medical Center for outstanding patient outcomes. "Dust your care to Sutter Medical Center of Santa Rosa, the North Ba,es top rated five-star hospital. "lb learn more about our award winning personalized care, medical programs and physicians, visit suttersantara.org. I [ /