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CLOVERDALE REVEILLE, CLOVERDALE, CALIFORNIA O WEDNESDAY, DEC. 9, 2009 -- Page .7 R()T, RY DONATES TO 00;()LDIERS ri Members of the Cloverdale Rotary stand beside a table piled high with gifts for members of the military serving in Iraq. Home baked cookies, games and many other items were contributed and collected by Rotary members for men and women serving in the armed forces. Courtesy Mark Thayer Getintothe Christmas Spirit . | byg,vtng. Now you can do your Christmas shopping and your money will be d'onated to Childrens Christmas Wish List to buy gifts and to the Living Room! This Saturday, Dec. 12, 9 a.m. to 2p.m., we are holding a fundraiser at Cloverdale Chamber of Com- merce located at 124 N. Cloverdale Blvd. We will be selling adult and childrens books, movies, and mu- sic. The proceeds from the sales will go to help those less fortunate and spread Christmas cheer. What a great deal! Buy your Christmas presents and help others at the same time! We will also collect blankets and coats in good condition only, to give to the Living Room. Living Room is an organization in Santa Rosa that gives the blankets and coats to .those who are living out of their cars or the shelter. If you have books, CDs, videos, childrens books, blankets or warm coats that you would like to donate for this fundraiser, we would be happy to pick them up from your house. Or if you would like to help out with the fundraiser it would be wonderful. Feel free to call Katie at 391-0118 or email MaryAnn at maw247@sbcglobal.net. -MaryAnn Wilson Low Cost Pet Vaccination Clinics Every Saturday from 4:30 to 5:30 pm Students are preparing for the Washington PTA Reflections Open House. Student Art Show tonight at 7 p.m. The Washington PTA and Jeffer- son PTA are working together to bring an art show called "Reflec- tions" to Cloverdale. The "Reflec- tions" Open House is tonight, Wednesday, Dec. 9, in the Wash- ington School Library at 7 p.m. Students from kindergarten to eighth grade have been encouraged to produce art in any of six catego- ries: dance, film, musical composi- tion, fine art, literature and photography. This year's theme is "Beauty Is..." and each entry will have an artist's statement attached. The artistic work will be judged by local artists who are all members of the Cloverdale community. "Reflections" is a nationwide fine arts program and the winners of the Cloverdale program will be sent on to the PTA District 14. Winners from the district level will be sent to California State PTA and winners there will be forwarded to the Na- tional PTA "Reflections" competi- tion. Please come to Washington's Library tonight and see the love and work put into these art projects. You might even get an idea for next year's competition! Everyone is welcome! -Jonni Conway Bob and Millie Laudie, now living in Iowa City, were visited by CIoverdale residents Steve and Dianne Oliver. The Laudies had lived in Cloverdale many years and moved four years ago to be closer to their daughter, Judy, and her husband. The Laudieswereveryactive with the Green Thumb Garden Club, The Historical Society and many other local organizations. They keep up to date with what's happening in Cloverdale by continuing to receive the Cloverdale Reveille. Handel's Messiah Sing-Along to be held Dec. 12 Handel's Messiah Sing-Along Saturday, Dec. 12, 2 p.m. at Lenny and Carol's House at 92 Brookside Dr. What's the difference between this and other sing-along Messiahs? You can sing solos if you want! This will be a joyful noise, with no cold stares if you sing a "wrong" note (as if any joyful noise could be "wrong!" We'll be singing Karaoke style the orches- tra will be recorded, and the audi- ence will be the singers! We'll be singing all of Part I (ex- cept the recitatives), plus the cho- ruses Behold The Lamb of God, Lift Up Your Heads, Hallelu- jah, Worthy Is The Lamb, and Amen. Please contact Carol if you would like to sing a solo all by yourself, you would like to include a selection not listed above, you're a confident tenor or you have any other questions! Bring your own score if you can. We'll have a few to share. You can also buy a score for about $8 at Amazon.corn (just do a search for Handel's Messiah Vocal Score). Start out your holidays with a joyful noise! -Carol Keig "e FAEi00FIJC WOJRK$ Tune-Ups All WOP Timing Belts CV Joints Guaranteed Oil Change & Lube Fuel Injection Service A.C. Repairs & Conversions ASE Master Tech 894-3614 101 N. Cloverdale Blvd. C :onnt.down Chlistmas i'l Sat 10-5 OPEN Daily 10-6 Sun 11-5 124 So Cloverdale Bird 894 4080 www.gocloverdale.com Rock and Roll will live forever- but can it float? Pirate Radio is the newest en- semble comedy from filmmaker Ri- chard Curtis (screenwriter of Four Weddings and a Funeral and Notting Hill, and writer/director of Love Ac- tually), spinning the irreverent yet fact-based tale of a seafaring band of rogue rock and roll DJs whose "pirate radio" captivated and in- spired 1960s Britain. Playing the music that rocked a nation and a decade, the group boldly and hilar- iously defies the government that tries to shut them down. This 1 hr, 55 min, R-rated comedy with music will be screened at 7 p.m. at Clover Cinemas on Monday, Dec. 14 and Tuesday, Dec. 15 courtesy of Real Flicks, the independent film series Sponsored by the Cloverdale Arts Alliance. Broadcasting live 24/7 from an old tanker anchored in the middle of the North Sea (just beyond Brit- ish jurisdiction), Radio Rock sends out a vibrant and unifying signal to millions across the nation, ranging in age from wide-eyed pre-teens se- cretly tuning in long past their bed- times to everyday people in need of a musical pick-me-up. The Radio Rock roster, overseen by unflappa- ble station owner (and ship's cap- tain) Quentin (Bill Nighy), includes a risk-prone American known only as The Count (Philip Seymour Hoff- man); mystic DJ royalty Gavin (Rhys Ifans); slyly amorous Dave (Nick Frost); idiosyncratic New Zealander Angus (Rhys Darby); the rarely seen Bob (Ralph Brown); the aptly named Thick Kevin (Tom Brooke); lovelorn Simon (Chris O'Dowd); ladies' magnet Mark (Tom Wisdom); shy Harold (Ike Hamilton); reporter News John (Will Adamsdale); and lesbian ship's cook Felicity (Katherine par- kinson). One night in 1966, Quen- tin's teenaged godson Carl (Tom Sturridge) comes aboard. While Carl harbors romantic aspirations that he hopes will be fulfilled dur- ,ing one of the biweekly visits by Radio Rock's prettiest fans, he also hopes to find out more about his long-absent father... As the ship sails on and rocks out, what Carl and the freewheeling, free-loving Radio Rock gang don't know is that back in London, land- locked government minister Dor- mandy (Kenneth Branagh) has embarked on a vehement crusade to silence their signal - permanent- ly. To stay afloat and keep their de- voted audience plugged in, the crew will have to band together and trust in the power of music. The film's story is built around the real-life story of Radio Caroline, which broadcasted from a ship that was anchored in international wa- ters off the coast of Great Britain in defiance of British law that had ef- fectively silenced rock music on the government-controlled radio. Since Radio Caroline was outside their jurisdiction, there really wasn't any control over what the station broad- cast and how they did it. The film features an unbelievable s61ection of music including The Beatles, The Stones, Beach Boys and many more. Real Flicks' lively film discussion group will be held at First Street Gallery immediately following the Monday, Dec. 14 viewing. For ad- ditional information about Real Flicks, please go to www.cloverdaleartsalliance.org or call 894-4410. Lions Share Coupon Books are now on Sale at the Lions Club tree lot and at participating merchants all over town, hundreds of dollars in discounts for $20. The books make great gifts and all proceeds go to support local Lions Club projects. Support local merchants, the Clover- dale Lions Club and your community. Get your copy today. For more information call Gary at 479-1.716. Now Carrying Premium Pet Foods Everyday In Cloverdale At... CLOVERDALE Open Monday - Friday 7:30arn-7pm Saturday 8-6 - Sunday 9-5 The helpful place. 894-2165 - 750 S. Cloverdale Blvd. December 12th 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. AT THE HISTORIC ASTI WINERY 30in us for unique h0tiday gifts and special merchandise discounts wine and -C)UVEKA I N 707.265.5490 26150 Asti Rd., Ctoverdate, CA 95425 Open: everyday 10ara - 5pro CITY OF CLOVERDALE Meeting of the City Council and joint meeting of the Community Development Agency Board of Directors and Cloverdale Improvement Authority REGULAR SCHEDULED MEETING WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 9, 2009 CLOVERDALE SR. CENTER, 311 N. MAIN ST., CLOVERDALE, CA AGENDA CLOSED SESSION: 5:30 P.M. PUBLIC BUSINESS SESSION: 6:30 P.M. SPECIAL ITEM - Election of 2010 Cloverdale City Council Officers Approval of Minutes, Regular Meeting of November 18, 2009 . Resolution No. 069-2009 Approving a Professional Services Agreement with Brelje and Race Consulting Civil Engineers to Prepare a Preliminary Engineering Report for a USDA Loan Application for Water System Improvements Outside Agency Funding for Cloverdale Performing Arts Center . Resolution setting priorities for and supporting CDBG grant application to Sonoma County Community Development Department Resolution Determining that the Public Interest and Necessity Require the Acquisition of Certain Property Interests for the Sewer Treatment Pond 7 Area Project and Directing the Filing of Eminent Domain Proceedings -- Property Owner: Sirrah, LLC 2010 Council Subcommittee, Joint Committee and Regional Representative Appointments Resolution No. 067-2009 Approving a Joint Use Agreement between the Cloverdale Unified School District, the Cloverdale Tennis Association, and the City of Cloverdale to Repair and Use the Tennis Courts Located at Cloverdale High School