Saturday volunteers sought for flier duty
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Tracy’s Community Emergency Response Team is looking for more volunteers Saturday to hand out fliers out in the effort to find missing 8-year-old Sandra Cantu.

The group is looking for civilian volunteers to pass out fliers from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday at the old Linne Road Fire Station, 7700 Linne Road. Right now, the trained volunteers are based at the fire administration building at Ninth Street and Central Avenue.

“There’ll be a place for people to come out and get fliers, that’s what we’re mostly doing for volunteers right now,” said Ken Silligman, the team’s leader and chief volunteer.

Silligman said that since Saturday, nearly 10,000 fliers have been printed, all of which were donated by local businesses, and the organization will send about 1,500 fliers to Manteca to be passed out at the Crossroads Street Faire.

For information: Tracy Fire Department, 831-6700.

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