Club Notes: Easter breakfast, asparagus dinner
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TLAC to serve pancakes on Easter Sunday

Members of the Tracy Latin Athletic Club are gearing up for their 37th annual Pancake Breakfast on Easter Sunday, April 8.

The breakfast will be served from 7 a.m. to noon at the Tracy Community Center, 940 East St. The menu will include pancakes, scrambled eggs, chorizo, sausage, coffee, milk, juice and dessert.

Tickets, available from TLAC members or at the door Easter Sunday, are $5 for adults and $4 for children age 10 and younger. Proceeds go to college scholarships for graduates of area high schools.

This year’s breakfast will be served in memory of Dan Palomino, a founder of the annual fundraising event who died last year.

For information: Jesse Rodriguez, 608-2373.

Alumni announce annual asparagus dinner

Tickets have gone on sale for Tracy High Alumni Club’s 21st Annual Tri-Tip and Asparagus Dinner.

This year’s fundraising dinner will be served at 6 p.m. Saturday, April 14, in Tracy Community Center, 950 East St.

The menu will include asparagus fresh from the Delta, tri-tip steak, baked potato, salad and dessert. Raffle and door prizes, including crates of asparagus, will be awarded.

Tickets, $25 for adults and $10 for children 10 and under, can be purchased at Richard’s Men’s Wear, Harold Reich’s Pharmacy, Tracy Motors, Tracy Press, Vita Dolce and the Tracy High bookkeeper’s office.

For information: Jane Williford, 835-1434; Sherrill Anderson, 835-7174.

Legion Auxiliary to meet

Members of James McDermott Unit 172 of the American Legion Auxiliary will meet at noon Tuesday, March 27, at Perko’s Café, 1321 W. 11th St.

For information: Ruth Briggs, 835-1429

• Members of clubs in Tracy or Mountain House are invited to share news about their groups. Send email to, call 835-3030 or leave a note at the Tracy Press offices, 145 W. 10th St.
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