Club Notes: YLI sendoff; South Side meeting change; Oktoberfest planned
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YLI sends off deputy, gears up for fundraiser

St. Bernard’s Catholic Church’s Young Ladies Institute No. 150 welcomed two new members, Lorraine and Arlene Avila, during the June 8 meeting of the group.

YLI will meet next at 5 p.m. July 11, a Wednesday, in the church’s small hall. Officers will be sworn in, and members will say their goodbyes to Darlene Castro, institute deputy, after a year of service.

Limited tickets are available now for YLI’s bunco fundraiser on July 28 in the St. Bernard’s small hall. For $20, participants can spend the afternoon playing the dice game and competing for prizes. A raffle, appetizers and desserts, and cold drinks and coffee will round out the event’s entertainment. Activities begin at 1 p.m. Those who wish to take part are encouraged to call early.

For information: Eva Gonsalves, 835-3702; Debra Grinstead, 835-6185; or Mary Lamadrid, 835-9545.

South Side Community Organization moves meeting

Because Independence Day falls on the first Wednesday in July, the South Side Community Organization will meet a week later than usual, on July 11.

The meeting will begin at 6 p.m. at the Gaudalupe Community Center, 126 W. First St. Committee members will report on the upcoming 16th of September celebration and the annual Day of the Dead altar workshop.

For information: Raymond Morelos, 607-5415.

Oktoberfest planners call for crafters

Crafters are invited to participate in the fourth annual Oktoberfest at St. Paul’s Lutheran Church, 1635 Chester Drive, on Sept. 29.

For information: Vi Kramer, 251-0641.

• 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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