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CLOVERDALEHometown Heroes project comingMayor Gus Wolter is working with the American Legion, Sons of the American Legion and Veterans of Foreign Wars to bring the Hometown Heroes Banner Project to Cloverdale. The banners, which will honor active duty service...

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CLOVERDALE

Hometown Heroes project coming

Mayor Gus Wolter is working with the American Legion, Sons of the American Legion and Veterans of Foreign Wars to bring the Hometown Heroes Banner Project to Cloverdale.

The banners, which will honor active duty service men and women from Cloverdale, will feature their name, branch of service and a photograph. The banners will then be hung on downtown streetlight poles for approximately six months of the year.

Families with Cloverdale loved ones currently serving in the armed forces may contact Bob Cox with the Sons of the American Legion at 707-894-2419 for more information on how to participate.

COTATI

Ribbon-cutting for Flagship Taproom

The Flagship Taproom will host a ribbon-cutting on March 1 at 5:30 p.m., 8099 La Plaza Suite B.

GEYSERVILLE

Student art exhibit underway

Geyserville students in kindergarten-fifth grades have their art on display at the seventh annual Young Artists’ Show in Healdsburg. More than 20 pieces from Geyserville students are being shown.

The Healdsburg Education Foundation sponsors the event held at Healdsburg Center For The Arts, 130 Plaza St., Feb. 11- March 12.

The event is free and open to the public.

Open 6 days 11-5 p.m. (Friday and Saturday till 6 p.m.). Closed Tuesdays.

Bookmobile set for Tuesday visit

The Free Bookmobile of Sonoma County will be in Geyserville on Tuesday from 5-6:30 p.m. It will be located across from the Visitors Plaza on Geyserville Avenue.

Donations are welcome.

Oliver Ranch art tour May 13

Tour the Oliver Ranch with the Geyserville Community Foundation May 13.

The Oliver Ranch has 18 site-specific art installations. The most recent is Ann Hamilton’s “The Tower,” commissioned for dance, poetry, theater and music performances.

The Oliver Foundation has made tours available, with all proceeds going to nonprofits.

Tours typically last from 2-3 hours and cover 2.5 miles with 600 feet of elevation change. The paths are uneven and not wheelchair accessible. There are no restrooms at the ranch.

Comfortable walking shoes are recommended for the tour.

Guests will meet at the Geyserville Oriental Community Hall, 1000 Highway 128.

Cost is $100 and checks may be made payable to Geyserville Community Foundation, Box 593, Geyserville 95441.

Farm to Pantry wins video scholarship

Shoot Blue Production Co. in Geyserville announces the first winner of its video scholarship program.

Shoot Blue has selected Farm to Pantry, a nonprofit organization that helps connect leftover/unpicked/unused fruit and veggies with those in need in Sonoma County.

Farm to Pantry volunteers glean over 50,000 pounds of food a year and deliver primarily to Northern Sonoma County families and organizations.

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