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PAGE 12 --WEDNESDAY, DEC. 9, 2009 O CLOVERDALE REVEILLE CLOVERDALE, CALIFORNIA { , Bill Hoyer, left, auctioneer at the annual Kiwanis Club Crab Feed and the evening's emcee, Kiwanian Rick Owen. #: Every year the Cloverdale Lions Club provides free donuts, hot chocolate, and hot cider at the tree lighting ceremony. Serving this year were: Russ Beale, left; Bradley Virgin, John Yepiz, Louie Victoria, and Frank Rose. Hundreds of people lined up to enjoy the holiday treats. Santa Claus was on hand Friday night to listen to the wishes of children who also got their pictures taken by volunteers from the Cloverdale Chamber of Commerce. BlackJack 3 Card Poker- 2-5-7 Poker Fortune Pai Gow "I 2 Dop efChr- Wtn Gh & Prbes Storting Dec 12th 6rd Pr: toke Toe Ski Trip for Two COYOTE VALLEY ------ CASINO----- Crystal Vine, left; Chris Vine, and Tina Mitchell enjoyed the festival last Friday. The town tree was lit, Christmas carols were enjoyed, and free donuts and hot chocolate delivered to hundreds of people. Rick Scaramella, left, with Troy Tflrner, made short work of this bowl full of fresh cold cracked Dungeness. crab at the Kiwanis Crab Feed. i 707-4 5-0700 5 miles North of gkiah on Hwy 101 West Road Exit Susanand Craig Clark, owners ofCIoverdale Travel, at the Holiday Open House hosted by the Cloverdale Arts Alliance at their First Street Gallery. Tory Rotlisberger and Jonni Conway were members of the Christmas chorus that performed carols and holiday standards at the recent tree lighting celebration in the downtown plaza in Cloverdale. Friday night's annual tree lighting in the plaza was enjoyed by all ages. Listening to the music after enjoying hot chocolate and donuts, provided by the Cloverdale Lions Club, were: Shelby Johnson, left; Charlotte Burchett and Jack Burchett. :: Cloverdale Library News - The Cloverdale Library was humming with activity on the after- noon of Dec. 2 when children were invited to the Library to construct their own Gingerbread Houses. More than seventy children, with the help of parents and caregivers, made their own unique creations. Also assisting with the program were Friends of the Library mem- bers Joyce Mann and Denaire Nix- on, along with seven teen volunteers: Mikayla Crum, Elliott Nixon, Daisy Rauda, Paige Sar- landt, Dietrich Stauffer, Esther Va- lencia, and Bethany White. Children ages 2-5, with a caregiv- er, are invited for Preschool Story- time on Tuesday mornings at 10:30 a.m. Join us for this free, drop-in program of stories, songs and fun. There is time after the program for children and parents to socialize. Storytime will be held Dec. 8 and 15 before taking a break for the holi- days and the Library furlough, Dec 25 through Jan. 4. Children's story- time will resume on Jan. 12. For more information, please call Cin- dy Wilson at 894-5271 x 5. During the furlough, please wait until the library reopens Jan. 5 to return library materials or drop off donations for the Cloverdale Friends of the Library, as the li- brary's book drop will be locked and unattended. The 9th annual Poetry Slam re- turns to the Cloverdale Library on Friday, Dec. 11, at 6:45 p.m. This popular and exciting event travels to eleven Sonoma County branch libraries and culminates with a Grand Slam Finale on July 16, at the Central Library. Please join the au- dience or, if you are interested in participating, call or stop by the Li- brary for the competition rules. As in past years, the emcee is the win- ner of the previous year's competi- tion. For more information, please call Kathy Nixon at 894-5271 x 5. -Kath Nixon i 4 MONTHS HALF OFF!! All Sizes (5x5 to 12x30), RV Included. Hurry...Offer good through Dec. 31 EMPIRE MINI STORAGE - CIOVF:RDAII=- At Empire Mini Storage we make storing your belongings easy/ A state of the art facility featuring professional resident managers! Computer keypad gated entry AII units have fire sprinklers and are ] individuatly alarmed 24 hour Video surveillance ' 7 day a week access; J, Office hours: Men. - Sat. 9 a.m. - 6 p.m. Closed Sun. Access hours: 6 a.m. - 9 p.m. Everyday & Holidays 120 SANDHOLM LN., CLOVERDALE - 894-3100