Los Banos area community briefs

April 1, 2013 

Darrell Wilcox will be on KSEE 24 at 10:15 a.m. Monday to promote "Up in the Holler: Memories of a Coal Camp Kid," his autobiography.

Soroptimist fundraiser

Soroptimist International of Los Banos plans a night of auctions, wine and tapas from 6 to 10 April 5 at the Ted Falasco Arts Center, 1105 Fifth St. Tickets are $30; call Susie Toscano at (209) 617-1501, Tina Bohr at (209) 704-8886 or Sherry Pearson at (209) 617-9624.

Crab feeding frenzy

Los Banos Rotary Club's annual crab feed is April 5 at the Los Banos Fairgrounds exhibit hall, 403 F St. Doors open at 6:30 p.m., with dinner at 7, Tickets are $45 for the buffet and hosted bar. For tickets, call Gene Lieb at (209) 704-3831.

Free film showing

Food Addicts in Recovery Anonymous will show the documentary "Bill W.," about the founder of Alcoholics Anonymous, at 6:30 p.m. April 5 at Calvary Baptist Church, 302 W. K St. The presentation is free. For more information, call Shannon Nugent (209) 827-3453.

2 churches to combine

Calvary Chapel Los Banos and Connections Christian Church will meld into one church, called Connect Los Banos, beginning Sunday, according to a news release. The church will meet in the Los Banos Seventh-day Adventist building, 404 Overland Road. For more, call (209) 710-8871 or (209) 826-1015.

Tie ribbon for autism

A Girl Scout plans "Putting the Pieces Together," an autism awareness event, from 10 a.m. to noon April 6. Participants will tie blue ribbons around trees beginning at Henry Miller Plaza, I and Sixth streets, and ending in Pacheco Park, at Pacheco Boulevard and Seventh Street. Call Scout manager Anna Jaramillo at (209) 200-3360.

MCAG plans workshop

The Merced County Association of Governments will hold a public workshop on the Regional Transportation Plan, the primary long-range plan, at 6 p.m. April 3 at the Los Banos Community Center, 645 Seventh St. Call MCAG at (209) 723-3153.

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