Cloverdale News Briefs for August 11
***** With 70 craft beers on hand, Railroad Station Bar and Grill, 236 S. Cloverdale Blvd., has been named one of the top five craft beer bars in Northern California by CNBC’s hit television show “Brew Dogs.” The program, which airs Wednesday nights on the Esquire Network, follows Scottish “beer evangelists” James Watt & Martin Dickie as they explore the American craft beer scene and create locally inspired brews.
***** The last day to order fresh peaches, nectarines and Bartlett pears through the Cloverdale Seventh-Day Adventist School’s fundraising drive is Friday, Aug. 15. Peaches and nectarines are $16 per half box, $32 for a full box. Bartlett pears are $15 per full box, $30 for a full box. Fruit will arrive in Cloverdale for pick up the week of Aug. 18. To place your order or for more information, contact Michele at 484-7413 or email@example.com.
***** Lobby renovations continue at the Clover Theater, including installation of a new interior neon sign. Most of the vintage reclaimed redwood is up on the walls, metal counter tops are being banged out, new floors are going in and work is progressing on a variety of other things to make the lobby more “movie-goer friendly.” Owners Ryan and Kathryn Hecht are proud to say Cloverdale contractors and workers are behind each and every part of the project.
***** As of today, five candidates have filed papers to run for the three open seats on the Cloverdale City Council in November’s election: Jude Gibson-Byers, Joe Palla, Carol Russell, Michelle Winterbottom and Gus Wolter. Council member Mike Maacks is not seeking re-election. Candidate packets are available at City Hall for anyone interested in tossing their hat into the ring. Deadline for submitting completed paperwork is Wednesday, Aug. 13. For additional information, contact either City Manager Paul Cayler at 841-9225 or Janice Morrissey at 481-9847.
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