Club Notes: Car club gives $3,000
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Car club gives $3,000 to nonprofits

The annual car show sponsored in May by the Tracy Clutch Burners Car Club generated $3,000 for two local nonprofit agencies.

A check for $1,500 was presented Saturday, Oct. 5, in front of Tracy City Hall to Tracy Interfaith Ministries by Mike Conners, Clutch Burners president. He handed the check to John Day and Linda Gleason, representing the multi-denominational agency that provides emergency food and clothing.

Conners said a second check for $1,500 will be presented to a representative of Hospice of San Joaquin at the next Clutch Burners meeting, Monday, Oct. 14, at Perko’s Café, 1321 W. 11th St.

The Clutch Burners Car Club was organized in the 1950s by high school students and has remained active for enthusiasts of vintage and restored vehicles. The club meets the second Monday of each month at Perko’s.

For information: Mike Conners, 836-0592

YLI collects food for Thanksgiving

The Young Ladies Institute at St. Bernard’s Catholic Church is collecting nonperishable food this month to provide Thanksgiving meals for the needy.

Members gave donations during their most recent meeting, Wednesday, Oct. 9.

The group will have its annual Communion Mass during the 10 a.m. Mass on Oct. 20 at the church, 163 W. Eaton Ave. The first three pews on the left side will be reserved for YLI members.

Meetings are at 5:30 p.m. the second Wednesday of each month. Refreshments follow each meeting.

• Club members can send news to 131 W. 10th St. in Tracy or tpourtown@tracypress.com.

 
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