Around Town (2-8-13)

February 7, 2013 

Senior brown bag site location has changed

ATWATER -- Effective Jan. 22, the senior brown bag site will be the Atwater Baptist Church, 2124 First St, and open the second and fourth Tuesday of every month. Call (209) 726-3663 for more information.

College for Kids class proposals sought

Merced College for Kids will begin in mid-June and the program is accepting proposals from anyone interested in teaching a class. These classes are designed for students going into the fourth through eighth grades. The classes include performing arts, aquatics, arts, sports camps, fitness, cooking, math, science, language arts, career exploration, Spanish and much more. For more information call (209) 381-6470 or go to www.mercedcommunityservices.com.

Buhach Music Boosters crab feast is Saturday

ATWATER -- The Buhach Colony High School Music Booster crab feast will be at 6 p.m. Saturday at the Merced County Fairgrounds. Tickets are $40 each or a table of eight for $280. There will be raffles, silent and live auctions and dancing from 9 to midnight, and the school jazz band will play. Call (209) 947-1133 for more information.

Merced SPCA adoption at Tractor Supply

ATWATER -- The Merced SPCA will hold its monthly adoption from 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Saturday at Tractor Supply in Atwater. Cats and dogs will be available. Call (209) 384-7722 or (209) 723-8953 for more information.

Merced High School holds eighth-grade fair

Merced High School will hold its eighth grade course fair at 5:30 p.m. Monday in the school gym. Call (209) 385-6498 for more information.

Atwater Garden Club to discuss birdhouses

ATWATER -- The Atwater Garden Club will meet at 1 p.m. Tuesday at the Atwater Community Center. The program will be birdhouses by Mike Maul. Call (209) 357-9422 for more information.

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