Around Town: Vaudeville Follies

November 12, 2012 

The Merced County Library will present the Vaudeville Follies at 5 p.m. Tuesday at the library, 2100 O St. Admission is free, and the program is for all ages. Call (209) 385-7643.

PFLAG sets meeting

The Merced chapter of Parents, Families, Friends of Lesbians and Gays will meet at 7 p.m. Tuesday at 899 Yosemite Park Way. Call (209) 341-2122.

Fair CEO to speak

ATWATER -- The National Association for Uniformed Services, H. Wayne Hein Chapter 18, will meet at 10 a.m. Sunday at the Atwater Memorial Building. The speaker will be Thomas Musser, chief executive officer of the Merced County Fair. Call (209) 358-4834.

Senior health info

Rucker Insurance Agency will hold a senior information event at 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. on Nov. 26 at 507 W. 25 St. The speaker will be Tammy Rorabaugh. Sales agents will be present. Call (209) 726-0234 for a reservation.

Ponies need help

The Wayward Ponies Home is in need of people or organizations to sponsor a pony or donate general support. Those who would like to help can call (209) 742-4451 or go to

Pregnancy support

JMJ Maternity Homes, a faith-based organization, provides homeless pregnant women with shelter, resources and support services in a nurturing Christian environment. The maternity and residential programs provide shelter and support services to facilitate prenatal and postpartum health, counseling, case management, food, clothing and more. Call (209) 769-7092 or contact

Join parks panel

The city of Livingston is accepting applications to fill seven vacancies on the Livingston Parks and Recreation Commission. The deadline is 5 p.m. Jan. 4. For more information, call (209) 394-8830 or go to

VFW hall ready to rent

ATWATER -- The Atwater VFW hall is available for rent to the public for parties. It holds 150 people and has a full-service kitchen. Call (209) 358-7224.

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