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Time to pick up test results

Soroptimist International of Patterson and the Del Puerto Health Center will host a Women’s Health Day on Saturday, March 13, at the health center, 1108 Ward Ave., Building A.

The health day is for uninsured women who had exams in February and will get results Saturday. The women have had glucose screening, cholesterol screening and blood pressure checks, as well as height, weight, Body Mass Index, osteoporosis and bone density screenings.

All visits will be scheduled by appointment.

For information: 892-9100.

Spaghetti feed a family event

The Howard Training Center will host its second spaghetti feed March 28, with all proceeds benefiting the center’s Meals on Wheels program.

The fun includes activities for kids; a donation drawing for adults; and Bob Harper the “Music Man” providing music and karaoke.

Doors open at 1 p.m., and the meal will be served at 2 p.m.

Tickets are $10 for adults and $5 for children 10 and younger.

For information: 593-5615. 

Fiesta Mexicana planned

The Hispanic Leadership Council will have its 16th annual Fiesta Mexicana fundraiser from 6 p.m. to midnight April 16 at the Howard Training Center, 1424 Stonum Road, in Modesto. Money raised will go to the Hispanic Leadership Clubs and scholarships for graduating seniors.

Attendees are encouraged to wear Western clothing for the “cowboy-style” event. Entertainment includes Mariachi Mexicanisimo with Bertha Olivia, student performers and dance.

Tickets will cost $50 per person and are available at El Concilio Community Center, 1314 H St., in Modesto, or from any board member.

For information: 575-1303.

• Briefs is a column of short news items about events, organizations and people in the Patterson area. Items will be considered on the basis of space availability, public interest and timeliness. Contact Maddy Houk at 892-6187 or
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