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Travel Clubs


Feb. 19: Thunder Valley Casino in Corning. $5 food credit.

March 17: Feather Falls in Oroville. $10 cash back.

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

May 7: Nine days in the Great Lakes of Michigan – Tulip Festival and Mackinac Island.

May 7-17: Musical tour – Branson, Memphis, Nashville, Graceland and St. Louis.

July 24: America’s Rockies by Rail – Washington, Idaho and Montana

For more information, call the travel desk at the Community Senior Center at 273-4961.

Sierra Travelers ‘Over the Hill Gang’

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

Feb. 12-13: Reno overnight at Harrah’s to see “The Price is Right,” $18 cash back plus $8 food credit and buffet.

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

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

March 26-April 1: Southern California – Palm Springs Follies, Buck Owens plus more.

April 2: Feather Falls plus $10 cash back.

April 25-May 1: Boulder City Express and Laughlin. Seven days/six nights.

For more information, call Lucille at 273Ð6776, Vonda at 477Ð2363, or David at 477-2747.

Forest Springs Travel Club

Feb. 1: Club meeting, 2 p.m., Forest Springs Mobile Home Park Clubhouse. Representatives from Collette and All West will answer questions about Heritage of America tour and Ramona Pageant tour.

March 21-27: Mexican Riviera Cruise.

April 7: “Broadway” Show at the Eldorado. Lunch buffet.

April 16-25: Heritage of America. Springtime in Colonial America, free day in NYC.

May 1-6: Ramona Pageant and Hollywood. Temecula wineries, Descanso Gardens, VIP tour of new Walt Disney Concert Hall, Kodak Theatre, Angel Flight railroad and Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels, and much more.

For more information, call Anne Miranda at 273-3494 or e-mail

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