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CLOVERDALE REVEILLE, CLOVERDALE, CALIFORNIA WEDNESDAY, DEC. 14, 2011 -- Page 13 Santa's helpers were on hand at the Cloverdale Lions Club Toy Run on Sunday, Dec. 4. They helped with registration, selling raffle tickets, organizing the hundreds of toys that were donated and they made certain that everyone was having a good time. The entire community was invited, whether you ride a Lori Vogt, left, KandyWard, Roxanne Kolbe and Rebecca motorcycle or not. Pictured are Chelsea Judith, left, Pierce Taylor were among the over 1000 people who Sharon Gallagher, Patty Norton and Sue Jackson who attended this year's Toy Run at the Cloverdale Citrus all enjoyed the beautiful weather and holiday festivities Fair. Santa Claus leads the motorcycle run which heads north through Cloverdale on Washington Street, proceeds down School St. to the boulevard heading south to Lytton Springs Rd. and then north on to Dutcher Creek Rd. coming back to the Citrus Fair for a BBQ lunch prepared by the Lions Club. This year's organizers Geraldo Giovanatto, left and Jay Cosby on the far right, are with Jerry Spitzer and John Norton, who were the organizers three years ago. They are in front of the Christmas tree which was piled high with new toys for needy children. Holiday Arrangements Wreaths Bouquets Gift Certificates Available Free Local Defivery ow, L S opemt by fourtu bbs @ sbcglobal.net 849-2582 ground level Shot of the fairgrounds with a multituUe Of rhotorcyCleS" ahd ride s gettiflg readyto join Santa'on toy run. Cecilia Piehl, left, Margie Larson, Fran Giacalone, Sandy Dalbec, Doug Laurice and Jerry Spitzer sold commemorative t-shirts to help raise money for the Cloverdale Lions Club at the toy run. There is no cost for people to attend so t- shirt sales and the no-host bar help underwrite the event. From Redwood Empire Disposal There are several options for holiday tree recycling. Please remove ail tinsel, lights, trim, ornaments and stands prior to recycling, Dropoff Locations Available from December 26th-January 14th Cloverdale Citrus Fair, Washington St. entrance, daily 8-4. Please place trees inside collection boxes~ Remove : lights, tinset, stands and ornaments, Flocked treeare NO[.~pted at this I~ion. Do not leave trees before or after hours. Non-Profit Collection," Call 565-3333 before January 13th to arrange for a pickup of your tree from your home. A suggested $5 donation for this service goes to support a local non-profit. Appointments are required. Curbside Collection: Residential customers may place their tree on the curb the night before the normal collection day during the weeks of January 9th-January t3th. Please remove lights, tinsel, stands and ornaments. NO flocked trees will be collected. Yard Waste Carts-" Clean holiday trees may be cut to fit inside yard waste carts at any time. Please remove lights, tinsel, stands and ornaments. NO flocked trees Collection Schedule= Because both Christmas & New Year's be no residential service interruptions. Day fall on Sunday, there will Questions? Call 585-0291 or visit www.unicycler.com 0 No gotcha fees No teaser rates AP i.R* eww redwoodcu.org/ mile I 800 479 7928 *RCU Visa rate as of 8/1/10. All rates, terms and special offers subject to change. For transactions occurring outside US, a 1% fee will apply. For cash advances at non RCU locations, the greater of 2~o of the advance amount or $20 will apply. Certain restrictions apply.