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CLOVERDALE REVEILLE, CLOVERDALE, CALIFORNIA WEDNESDAY, DEC. 1,2010- Page 9 - usiness comes " Center, Sa=day, Doe. 4, 3 to 5 p.m. reg Hes,er Fr,end, w,, special o[i perform. Theater and backstage tours will be offered. The Kiwanis Club of Cloverdale presents the 8th annual All You Can By Paula Wrenn meet their needs for supplies and Eat Crab Feed on Saturday, Dec. 4 at 6 p.m. at the Citrus Fair. Tickets are Where can you find a holiday gift repairs. Most repairs are completed $45 and are available from any Kiwanis member or at the Mail Center, that will provide years of healthful within 24 hours, and many can be Etc. at 207-A N. Cloverdale Blvd. The Cloverdale Lion's Club presents the 13th annual Toy Run on Sun- exercise, fun, family togetherness, completed on a while-you-wait and opportunities to breathe fresh business. His bike rental business, day, Dec. 5 at the Citrus Fairgrounds. Registration is from 9 to 11 a.m. A air in a beautiful outdoor environ- largely from inn and vacation rent- pack ride with Santa leaves at noon. A BBQ lunch will greet riders when merit? A great source for all of the al tourists, has grown exponential- they return to the fairgrounds. The public is invited to attend and above is located in the center of ly this year over previous years. In motorcycles are optional. You can still enjoy the full no-host bar, live downtown Cloverdale. Cloverdale addition to scenic Wine Country music, raffles and the BBQ. Admission is a new, unwrapped toy. Cyclery carries an inventory of bi- routes for serious cycling enthusi- Winter concert featuring local schools' bands on Thursday, Dec. 9 at 7 cycles for all skill levels and ages. asts, families enjoy the safety and p.m. at the Citrus Fair auditorium. Admission is free but donations are Cloverdalians were saddened scenery on quiet neighborhood appreciated, when Dave Reynolds closed hisstreets that offer bike lanes and hill- . The Healdsburg Community Band presents its annual Holiday Concert bike shop on Cloverdale Boulevard side views. on Friday, Dec. 10 at the Citrus Fair auditorium at 7:30 p.m. Admission a few years ago. A mainstay of Like all business owners, Rey- is $5 and tickets can be purchased at the Law Offices of James DeMarti- downtown for decades, Reynolds holds has to stay on top of consum- hi, 115 W. First or at the door. The Cloverdale Senior Center is presenting their Christmas Tea and had purchased the cyclery in 1984 er trends. Cycling has expanded in and had become respected for his popularity beyond the domain of Fasion Show on Saturday, Dec. 11 from I to 3 p.m. This year will feature knowledge and services, as well as professional sports and bone-jar- mens' fashions with a show called "Where the Boys Are." Male models for carrying an excellent selection ring mountain biking so that peo- will showcase historic outfits and costumes. Tea, scones, savory bites of bicycles. The cyclery was an at- ple of differing fitness levels seek to and surprises. Tickets are $35 for members and $40 for non-members, tractive and pedestrian-friendly enjoy cycling at their own pace. This event always sells out so get your tickets early. The Senior Center is business where many locals en- Reynolds says the easy to peddle located at 311 N. Main St. joyed visiting with the amiable slender-wheeled road bikes are out- . Holiday Variety Show, Sunday, Dec. t2 at 6 p.m. at the Grange Hall, 201 owner while he repaired bikes, a selling mountain bikes these days. Commercial. Doors open at 5:30 p.m. Performances will include tradi- skill he cultivated as a youngster in Cloverdale Cyclery is a good tional and multi-cultural songs of the season presented by voice and his father's bicycle shop. His is a choice for a long-lasting and mean- piano students of Singing Sun Music School, Cloverdale Women's Cho- small town way of doing business ingful gift. At any time, Reynolds rus and the Youth Chorus and Drama class. Hot cider and cookies will that is forever lost in many commu- has at least 35 bikes in stock, from be served. There will be a holiday craft booth, a free raffle and candy nities, but that adds to the laid-back cost-effective basic transportation canes. Admission is $5. appeal of Cloverdale. bikes to $2,400 racing models craft- Dave Reynolds, owner of Cloverdale Cyclery, keeps a good'supply of bikes Cloverdale and Geyserville Chamber Holiday Mixer, hosted by Asti When the Cloverdale Pharmacy ed from lightweight, high tech ma- in stock for the entire family. The bike shop is located at 117 Broad St. Winery on Thursday, Dec. 16 from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Refreshments will relocated to its new home next to terials. be provided and the winery is offering discounts on wine and merchan- Ace Hardware, an opportunity He can special order most any dise. All area business people are invited to attend, opened for Reynolds. He re-opened bike and usually have it on hand in Cloverdole Cyclery, which nowtwo days. Jonathan B thrives in its new location at 117 The holidays are about family, Broad Street, alongside the post of- and especially the children, so Rey- ) DPH, FACFAS fice and the Downtown Plaza. The holds advises getting the style of Treatment of Foot&Anl le quaint structure, a Euro-style blend bicycle the child prefers. "The kids of English Tudor and Swiss chalet know what will work. Parents Problems in Children 6" Adults architecture, is readily identifiable, sometimes think BMX bikes are too With a little imagination, it takes on small, but they will carry a kid from In Cloverdale characteristics of a full-sized gin- age 12 to 18 and will hold up well . By Carla Howell, City of Cloverdale gerbread house during the holiday The shop carries popular "We the Wednesdays Economic Development Consultant season when the plaza sparkles People' and "Redline" BMX mod- A lot of decisions and policies are determined at City Council meetings, with holiday lights, els. 9:30 API to 4 PH Direction is given to staff and staff reports back at these meetings as well. "Everyone comes to the post of- If you hayed quick question or 4 ] 00 There is a lot going on at City Hall, both current projects and future plans fice so this is a great place to be," need additional information, call 894- that are driven by these policies and decisions. We'd like to keep you says Reynolds. "I get lots of interest 669-0377 or reach Reynolds via informed about these projects. The Reveille staff has graciously offered this during events and Friday Nighte m a i 1 monthly column so we can do just that. Live has been good for me . cloverdalecyclery@gmail.com. The The growth of Northern Sonoma website is patients due to state cuts in Medi-Cal. Economic Development Plan County cycling has also been good www.cloverdalecyclery.com. Clo- The Cloverdale City Council recently adopted an Economic Develop- for the bike business. Cycling tour- verdale Cyclery is open Monday Nuestra clfnicaolrece todos los pacientes,-ni os y merit Plan. The plan lists seven objectives and 48 strategies to accomplish ists who come for Asti Tour de Vine through Saturday 10:00 a.m. to 5:30 adultos, sin seguro mddico, pagos privados debido a over a five year timeline. You can access the plan by going to and other charity rides are spread- p.m. Hey, a fella needs a day off to los recortes de m .dicaldel estado de California. www.cloverdale.com or pick up a copy at City Hall. ing the word that Reynolds can ride his bike, right? Ofrecemos tratamien:tos de los pies y tobillos. One of the objectives in the Plan is to attract new businesses consistent ~ ,, with Cloverdale's small town environment. Last year we created a new Holiday donation prog ""'" website for Cloverdale, www.cloverdale.com. There is an Economic De- rams velopment area on the website where there is a lot of information about the town:demographics, amenities, housing stock, etc. The internet is at Redwood Cred Union becoming a very popular way to do research in advance, so this website is a terrific tool to help introduce the community to people who.may poten- tially open a business here. ~-'~ ~~'~ ~:::" " " !~- *~ .... ~ ~68d Credit UrfiiSfi (RC~ is~ One of the areas that was lacking, however, on our website was easily now sponsoring holiday food and accessed information about commercial and industrial real properties that toy drives at its branch located at may be available here. A strategy in the new Plan addresses this by 1129 S. Cloverdale Boulevard, Suite linking our website with www.loopnet.com a real property listing service A, in the Furber Shopping Plaza. which is linked with the commercial/industrial listings on the real estate The branch is accepting donations Sonoma County offices will be multiple listing services. Now if a potential business owner is researching of new, unwrapped toys for distri- Cloverdale, they can easily find properties that are available, including bution for the Christmas Wish Pro- CLOSED or on reduced schedules* prices, square footage, zoning and contact information for the listing gram being managed by Century agents. 21-Les Ryan Realty and the Sono- A second objective in the Plan is to support existing businesses by ma County Secret Santa Program, December 23 2010 - January 2, 2011 promoting an environment that helps them to prosper. A strategy to and non-perishable food items for address this is the establishment of a portal website distribution by Cloverdale Food Offices willreopenonJanuary3, 2011 www.genuinelycloverdale.com for destination marketing. Emphasizing Pantry this holiday season, bona-. the two visions for Cloverdale as a destination for the arts and culture and tions will be accepted now through This closure is due to a Mandatory Tim Off program, one of a destination of great natural beauty, this site focuses on lodging, camp- Dec. 17 for distribution in time for ing, recreation and wining and dining establishments. Local business- the holidays, several cost savings measures adopted by the countyto es and events that are~ "genuinely Cloverdale" are also promoted here. "We are happy to once again of- balance its budget and preserve essential services. We Judging by the volume of phone calls and visits to our city website after fer RCU's Cloverdale branch as a support to a variety of local and appreciate your patience and understanding during the time Budget Travel Magazine named Cloverdale a "cool" town, this website convenient collection site for food national non-profit organizations that our offices are closed. should prove to be an excellent way to help promote local businesses. If and toy donations, particularly and community efforts on a con- you would like your business listed on this website, please contact Briand since many people need assistance tinuing basis, including the Human *For further information, contact: (707) 565-2961 or Herpst at BHerpst@ci.cloverdale.ca.us for information. more than ever in today's challeng- Race, the Volunteer Center, Big Visit www.sonoma-county.org/mto The use of information technology and the internet are important to the mg economy," said Dawn Leandro, Brothers Big Sisters and United economic success of our city, and this is accomplished by these strategies. Cloverdale Branch Manager. Each Way. Improving city parks and facilities is another strategy...so watch for new of the Credit Union's 14 other play structures and bleachers at City Park. Completing other strategies North Bay branch locations are also may take longer and may not be as readily apparent, but the goal to create sponsoring holiday toy and food an environment where Cloverdale residents can live, work and play is the drives benefiting a variety of corn- commitment. munity non-profit agencies. We'll be ~sing this column monthly to give you updates on other Redwood Credit Union offers fi- objectives and strategies as we work our way through the Plan...so stay nancial, volunteer and leadership tuned. It's what residents find here eve day at Brookdale winery Place Chanate. We inspire our:: residents to be as independent as possible To. our residents, liberatingi To their families, itg gra fying. And to us. it's lfilling. The Sonoma County Winegrape There's everything here you could want Or need Commission and Califomia Associ- ation of Winegrape Growers (CAWG) are presenting a Smart Full service, restaurant-style dining Marketer Seminar on Wednesday, Spacious and private apar ent homes stu o Dec. 15, 2010 from 4 to 6 p.m. at the Hilton, Santa Rosa. Registration be- and 1-bedroom floor plans gins at 3:45 p.m. with the seminar : .............. " ~ ~~ starting promptly at 4 p.m. RSVP "Weekly housekeeping and lau services ......... ?: by Dec. 10 to:www.sonomawinegrape.org/ ',Over 180 social and recreational activities each mon smartmarketer. On-site library, beauty and barber shop Jay Behmke of Carl, Mackie & Power will discuss various contract issues seen in 2010 and steps grow- ers may take if payment is not forth- coming. Brian Clements of Turrentine Brokerage will present a * Access to care should it ever be required recap of the 2010 grape market and bulk wine inventory. Clements will also provide a peek into what bro- kers are expecting for the 2011 grape market. Camron King of California Asso- ciation of Winegrape Growers Dentures Bleaching (CAWG) kicks off the program with App a brief recap of the recent election Emergency ointments onresultSgrapeandgrowers.any anticipated effects ii ] Schedule yOur personal visit ando.,,, Personalized AssisteaLivinglndependent" .... 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