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PAGE 12- WEDNESDAY, NOV. 4, 2009 CLOVERDALE REVEILLE CLOVERDALE, CALIFORNIA Did you know that Jeannie Griffitts, of the Finishing Touches Interior Design Studio, does holi- day decorating for your home or business? She can work with deco- rations that you already have or she can purchase holiday theme deco- rations based on your budget. Grif- fitts also decorates store windows. What a great way to get your home or business ready for holidays. Give her a call for more information at 894-8665. ,Local residents Robert Viera and Susan Oleari, have opened Cloverdale Xpress Oil Change, the only quick oil change facility north of Santa Rosa and Cloverdale's first. Cloverdale Xpress Oil Change opened in the Reuser In- dustrial Park, just east of Hwy 101, on Oct. 19. Check out their new fa- cility at a Grand Opening set for this Saturday, Nov. 7, from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. In addition to refresh- ments, there will be raffles going on throughout the day. Cloverdale Xpress Oil Change is offering a 10% discount on your first oil Jannie Falleri, top, of A Cut Above Full Service Hair Salon; Heidi Wode-Shura, of Tipzy Nailz, and Christine Brandt of A Cut Above Full Service Hair Salon, invite you to see their newsalon at 109 E. First Street. A Cut Above offers cuts, styling and color services for men, women and children, call 894-0600. Saturday, November 7th 8pro Thursday Night KARAOKE 8:30pm $100 Cash Drawing wil~ DJ Kurt, L D ProdudJons change. Stop by their shop at 60 B Commerce Lane and welcome this new business to Cloverdale. : In last week's Business Briefs, a photo of the new patio at La Haci- enda Mexican Restaurant was fea- tured. Earlier this week, we learned that Albert Walker of Walker De- sign designed the patio cover with the help of local structural engineer, Bob Swarthout. Walker wanted to maintain the look of the existing roof line, allowing sun and shade to play on the tiles. Walker Design specializes in custom home design, remodels, presentation drawings for both residential and commercial cliefits. For more information call 894-9007 or stop by Walker Design, 118 Broad Street, across from the post office. This is the second year that Cloverdale Eagle Tech Collision and Towing has earned the "Dia- mond Certified" award. The award is based On having sound business practices, customer loyalty and a very satisfied customer satisfaction rating. After earning the "Diamond Certified" award, the rating com- pany continues to monitor custom- er satisfaction on an ongoing basis. Having the "Diamond Certified" rating means the consumer can have confidence in doing business with companies like Eagle Tech Collision and Towing who pro- vide collision repair and painting, glass repair and replacement They also have full detailing services, towing and rental car services. Owners Randy and Gina Hatcher add, "We'll do anything to make our customer happy. Everybody who works here has the same atti- tude. We know your accident was stressful. We'll make sure your ex- perience with us isn't." For more information call 894-3977. Dolph Green, Edward Jones Financial Advisor, will be hosting a free broadcast titled, "Cutting through the Noise: A Market Up- date," on Tuesday, Nov. 17 at Ruth McGowan's Brewpub starting at 6 p.m. "With all that has happened in the economy and financial markets recently, it can be difficult to know which news to pay attention to and which information should impact your investment decisions, " com- mented Dolph Green. This interac- tive program will feature Alan Skrainka, chief market strategist for Edward Jones. He will discuss the current state of the economy and financial markets. To reserve a seat or for more information call Dolph Green at 894-0277. If you have anything really valu- able to contribute to the world, it will come through the expression of your own personalitiy,' that single spark of divinity that sets you off and make you different from every other living creature. - Bruce Barton Pictured at last Friday's Library Art reception for the artists were Beverley McChesney, event co-organizer; watercolor artist Susan Sohl; event co-organizer Nancy Burres; sculptor Hiroshi Fuchigami; artist Helen Caswell and Sharon Kozel, event co-organizer. The library's Fall Art Show will be on display until Wednesday, Nov. 25. The public was invited to the artists' reception hosted by the Friends of the Cloverdale Library, last Friday evening.Thisyear Diana Rowan (left),celebrated harpist, entertained guests. Cloverdale residents and art lovers throughout.the region always turn out to preview the show. Three well-known Sonoma County artists have their works on display in the library's Pat Hare Room. Featured in the fall show are Susan Sohl, a water colorist from Santa Rosa, sculptor Hiroshi Fuchigamiwho now heads the SRJC Art Department and childrens' books illustrator, Helen Caswell, who also is a print maker, etcher and lithographer. Do not miss this "must see" exhibit. missout on CIoverdale Historical raffle !i!!/ Medicare alone may not be enough. Medicare Parts A and B don't cover all of your medica! expenses or the cost of most prescription drugs. In fact, Medicare Part B pays about 80% of medical expenses, so the remaining 20% is what you owe. An AARI~ Medicare Supplement Insurance Plan and an AARP~' MedicereRx prescription drug plan may help provide a solution. When you choose both plan types, it may be one way to help pay for some of your out-of-- pocket medical and prescription drug costs. To learn more about an AARP Medicare Supplement Insurance Plan end an AARP MedillreRx prescription drug plan, call today. Insurance Services Licensed ins.rance Agent California License 0E44224 ConCractecl with U~te(IHealthcare (707) 894-9 i Please note that "all sales representatives are lic~-nsed insurance q~*n~ -AIARP i MedlcamRx Plans l- U lltetd Located at Commerce Lane. South Cloverdale Boulevard Exit, Left on Astl Road, Right on Santana Drive to Commerce Lane. ALSO AT REUSER INDUSTRIAL PARK: The Bridge Foursquare Church Dimension's R & T Specialties . Cloverdale Coillsion Center Cloverdale Tow The AARP Me, dicareRx plans carry the AARP' name. and UnitcdHcal~ pays a fee Io AARP for ~ off, he AARP tra~mark. The AARP M~icare Supplement Insurance Plans ~r~, 01 AARP name. and Uni~dHc~ld~~ pays a f to AARP and its affiliate for u~ of the AARP trademark and other services Amomm paid arc used for the ~ra! ~ of AARP and its members. 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You,~ ~e~dy enouri~ to ~luate your ng~ds. .~KP ar,,d its atfilia~ arc not i~ agenc~ or cami~rs and d~ nol ~pl~, or mdoele i~ ~ll, I'~, I~l~,,ti~dv~, t~r advii~. C00~_PDP3159732_0~ AS695 A nM There is still time to purchase raf- fle tickets for two great prizes - a beaded necklace by Silver Galleto and a framed photograph by C. Brown. See these prizes and CHS grand opening exhibits during reg- ular hours Wednesday through Sat- urday, 10:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. The Gould-Shaw House is also open at 215 N. Cloverdale Blvd. Winners for both prizes will be drawn on Dec. 5th, in time to give one of these great prizes as a holi- day gift! Proceeds from the neck- lace will be used for installation of a permanent Pomo exhibit and pro- ceeds from the photograph will be ii used for ongoing restoration projects in the Cloverdale Riverside Cemetery. You ca, also purchase raffle tick- ets for the Cloverdale Old Time Fiddle Festival lap quilt made by ..... Marge Gray and Herdis Gudmund which is currently hanging in the History Center lobby. The winner for this prize will be drawn on Jan. 24. Proceeds support Historical So- ciety programs -Bonnie Asien iii) ? =:, I:I ~.~ Cloverdale Car Club invites you to attend The newly formed Clover- dale Car Club meets on the third Thursday of every month at the Historic Owl Cafe parking lot at 6:30 p.m. The club is open to every- one regardless what the make or model of your car. For more information call Randy Hatcher at 894-3977 or 894- 5804. Robert Viera, left, and his wife Susan Oleari, opened CIoverdale Xpress Oil Change, Cloverdale's first express oil change shop, on Oct. 19 in the Reuser Industrial Park. They are pictured with Kim Taylor, who works in the office with Susan and Alfredo Garcia, who works in the shop with Robert. Cloverdale Xpress Oil Change is a locally owned and operated business. A basic oil change takes only about 15 minutes. The husband and wife team of Robert Viera and Susan Oleari opened Cloverdale's first express oil change service, Cloverdale Xpress Oil Change, just over two weeks ago. Robert and Susan live in Cloverdale and their son, Ethan, is a student at Jefferson School. Having a business in Cloverdale allows Susan to volunteer at school. Robert is a Lions Club member. Both Robert and Susan have a strong belief that being local business owners, you must support other local businesses. They highlighted the relationship that they have established with Lee Menicucci and Cloverdale Auto Parts and are very grateful for the support that Cloverdale Auto Parts have given to their new business. Robert has years of mechanical experience and Susan manages the office relying on her 15 years of accounting background. Kim handles the front office and lives in Cloverdale with her husband, Jeff. Alfredo lives in Windsor and enjoys the relaxing drive to Cloverdale. Cloverdale Xpress Oil Change will also check fluid levels, check tire pressures and if necessary, will replace air filters, fan belts, bulbs, windshield wipers and batteries. A standard oil change is $39.95 and an oil change with synthetic oil is $59.95. Mention this article and get a 10% discount on your first oil change. For more involved automotive needs, CIoverdale Xpress Oil Change will refer to local automobile shops. Cloverdale Xpress Oil Change is conveniently located at 60 B Commerce Lane in the Reuser Industrial Park. They are open Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. and on Saturday from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. To make an appointment call 894-9267.