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The Merced County Old Timers Association is looking for individuals to honor at the 72nd annual Old Timers Luncheon. The Old Timers committee was formed in 1942 to honor individuals who are 85 years of age or older who have lived in Merced County for 50 years or longer. This year’s luncheon will be April 27 at the Italo-American Lodge. Honorees will get a free lunch as well as certificates and proclamations from elected officials and the entities they represent, including the Merced County Board of Supervisors. For more information or to receive an application, call Kim McAuley (209) at 761-5148, Chris Cook at (209) 404-0408 or Carolyn Chandler at (209) 384-0626.

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