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Jan. 20: Day trip to Rolling Hills Casino in Corning.

April 13: “Discover the Fiji Islands” – eight days.



May 7: Mackinac Island and Great Lakes, Tulip Festival – nine days.

May 7: Branson, Memphis, Nashville, St. Louis, Graceland – 10 days.




For more information, call the Travel Desk at the Community Senior Center at 273-4961.

Nevada County Travel Club

The next regular luncheon meeting will be Wednesday at 12:30 p.m. at the Grass Valley United Methodist Church. Reservations are necessary and may be made by calling Conni at 272-1230 or Fern at 272-5623 no later than Saturday.

Feb. 19: Charles Schulz Museum and Research Center, plus Canine Companions Tour and luncheon included in Santa Rosa.

March: Two nights in San Francisco with many events happening. This is a mystery trip.

April 25: Asparagus Festival in Stockton.

June 11-17: Oregon and Washington for an exceptional tour, including the Portland Rose Festival, Mount St. Helens, Mount Hood area at a mountain resort, a culinary demonstration and gourmet luncheon. Also, side trips to the Timberline Lodge for luncheon and Aviation Museum to see the Spruce Good.

For more information, call Jackie McGuigan at 273-8214.

Sierra Travelers ‘Over the Hill Gang’

Feb. 6: Reno – Silver Legacy, $10 cash back plus $5 food credit.

March 6: Reno – Silver Legacy, $10 cash back plus $5 food credit.

March 7: Golden Gate Fields – A day at the track.

March 26: Southern California – Palm Springs Follies, Buck Owens plus more.

April 2: Feather Falls, plus $10 cash back.

May 10-26: Boulder City Express and Laughlin – Seven days/six nights.

May 26-June 5: Cruise to Alaska – San Francisco, Juneau, Tracy Arm, Skagway, Sitka, Victoria, B.C., and back to San Francisco. No flying.

For more information, call Lucille at 273-6776, Vonda at 477-2363, or David at 477-2747.


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