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PAGE 14- WEDNESDAY, NOV. 3, 2010 CLOVERDALE REVEILLE CLOVERDALE, CALIFORNIA Both of these first grade students wait patiently for their costume category to be called so they can show their costumes to parents and other students at Jefferson School. Summer Lands dressed up as country music's Taylor Swift. M il e of Pe n n ies ANOTHER,6RE EVEN THE ASTITOURgE ,VINE for March of Dimes program The Washington School Builders Club is accepting the challenge of the March of Dimes to help accom- plish its mission - to improve the health of babies by preventing pre- mature birth, birth defects and in- rant mortality. Since the March of Dimes has de- clared the month of November as Prematurity Awareness Month, the Builders Club decided that they wanted to do something in support of that cause. They invite everyone in the community to support this cause, too! And, it's really pretty easy to do! Just stop by Ray's Food Place anytime between 4 and 7 p.m. on Friday, Nov. 5. Come check out the "Mile of Pennies" that the Builders Club will be collecting and display- ing on the sidewalk outside the store. And, definitely bring those pen- nies you've been hoarding away so that they can be added to the mile- long row. Any pennies you bring will be used in support of this very worthy cause. If the Builders Club succeeds in their goal of reaching a mile, then they will be able to send off to the March of Dimes close to $800! Remember, each penny counts. Let YOUR pennies count to help save a child's life! -Sue Cummins My Daddy Found A Hearing Solution. YOU CAN TOO! MENDOCINO/LAKE AUDIOLOGY UKIAH 756 S. Dora St. 463-2966 Fran Lashinski, left, Betty Simmons, Ann Jankovsky, Mardi Grainger and Heide Bailey, from the Green Thumb Garden Club, staffed the rest stop at the red barn on Geyserville Ave. for the Cloverdale Rotary's Asti Tour de Vine. We C.~IKF... for Schools Cloverdalians Dick Johnson, left, Jonni Conway, Jane Snibbe, Dan and Christine Braccialini worked on the Asti Tour de Vine by staffing the C.A.R.E. (Cloverdale Adds Resources for Education) rest stop at Lake Sonoma. "Campy" containers: garden gifts Looking for a thoughtful yet in- expensive gift this holiday season? It could be in your own backyard or attic. Master Gardeners Pauline Haro and Penny Martin will show how to plant "campy" containers found at thrift or discount stores at a free workshop on Saturday, Nov. 13 from 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at GOBBLE UP THE GADGETS! Friday & Saturday from 4pm-Midnight WE'RE GIVING AWAY OVER $35,000 IN ELECTRONICS! Every 30 minutes we select a winner to choose a GREAT GADGET from the prize pyramid! Earn more entries to select BIGGER AND BETTER PRIZESI i th Playe CI b d get ,OU--EX,,ESHOV--E,,O.,O,.OE,E, EON ~o n e rs u an : ,EWPLA, E,,'U,M.M,ENSO.L*.'OD,OO,O, GOOD FOR $10 OFF ANY SINGLE MENU ITEM ON THE BAR lk GRILL OR STEAl(HOUSE MENU INCLUDING ~~ BUFFET oFFERINGS. One coupon per person per day. Offer not valid with any other coupons, offers or ~romotions. Hopland Sho-Ka-Wah Casino reserves the r, o.o,. III or discontinue this promotion without notice, .... VALID PHOTO ID P~QUIREO. 7 8 * the Cloverdale Regional Library 401 N. Cloverdale Blvd. They will discuss what plants work best in containers, how to pre- pare a healthy soil and how to make the combinations last either indoors or out. They will also award some of their creations to lucky audience members. For more information call 565- 2608 or visit for more details. Membership open to anyone living or working in 7 North Bay counties or San Francisco. Clearance through ChexSystems required. *5,000 rewards points awarded once new RCU Visa with RedwoodRewards Plus is activated. 2,500 rewards points awarded upon transfer over $1,000 from a non-RCU Visa; limit one per card. Offer ends 12/31/10; subject to change; certain restrictions apply. For transactions occurring outside US, a 1% fee will apply. For cash advances at a non-RCU location, the greater of 2% of the advance or $20 will be charged. $35 annual fee for RedwoodRewards Plus waived the firstyear. Please see website for complete program information. Rick Klug, left, Jonath~l~odriguez, Debbie Bertolucci, Dawn Lindelof and Gall Paquette staffed the AsU Tour de Vine rest stop at Hoofbeat Park in Healdsburg. They represented the Geyserville Educational Foundation. Tom Hinrichs and Pete Avansino, from Cloverdale Ambulance, were on hand at Asti Winery for the Tour de Vine in case their services were needed at the event. John Valera rode on the 50k loop and Jane Pavelka rode 51 mHes and were still smiling at the after-tour lunch provided by the Cloverdale Rotary Club at Asti Winery. ....