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Coming Events

The Coming Events column is limited to events sponsored by nonprofit agencies, groups or clubs. Items should be brief, typewritten when possible, and must include the name and telephone number of the person submitting them. Deadline is three working days before the desired publication date. Free Coming Events forms are available at The Union office’s front counter.

Sunday, Jan. 19

Cat Adoptions

AnimalSave, 11 a.m.- 2 p.m., JCPenney, Grass Valley. Weather permitting. 470-9400.

Fleet Reserve Association and Auxiliary

Social hour noon, meeting 1 p.m., followed by a potluck, Auburn Veterans Building, 100 East St. All career Navy, Marines and Coast Guardsmen and spouses and widows welcome. Bring your own mess gear. 346-6136.

Senior citizen bingo

Nevada County Recreation Club, 1 p.m., Grass Valley Veterans Building. All people 49 years-old and older welcome.

Monday, Jan. 20

Gold Country Carvers

6-8 p.m. 477-0840 or 273-4584.

Nevada County Camera Club

Meeting, 7 p.m., Nevada County Superintendent of Schools Office, Fellerson, Room. Guest speaker Dave Arnold, photography instructor at Nevada Union High School and Sierra College. 274-2313.

Sierra Table Tennis

7-10 p.m., open play, Echo Ridge School, 15504 Liberty Circle, Nevada City. Beginners welcome. Instruction available. 265-2834.

Taco feed fund-raiser

Grass Valley Elks No. 538, 5-7 p.m., Grass Valley Elks Lodge. Tacos $1, ice cream sundaes $2.50, drinks available. 273-8342.

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