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Shrimp Feed benefits Every 15 minutes
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Organizers for the Every 15 Minutes drinking and driving fund raising second annual Shrimp Feed have been busy getting ready for the Saturday, February 20, event. On the motorcycle is Officer Dave Bright, encircled by members of the ambulance, police and fire departments. They are from left Angela Ott, Keith Scott, Ryan Avant, Stephen Schluer, Sterrie McLeod, Eva Steele and April Smith. - photo by GLENN KAHL
The second annual Every 15 Minutes Shrimp Feed is set for Saturday, February 20, at the Manteca Senior Center in support of the proactive drinking and driving program for high school students.

Social hour is set for 5 p.m. followed by dinner at 6:30 with a silent auction and raffle at 8.  A disc jockey will perform from 5 p.m. until midnight.

Price of the event is $35 per person with admission limited to those 21 and older.  Safe and sober transportation home is going to be available for anyone in need.

The dinner is being sponsored by the Manteca District Ambulance, the Manteca Police Department, the Manteca Fire Department, the Lathrop-Manteca Fire Department, the Lathrop Police Department and the Manteca Unified School District.

There are dinner tickets on hold for two people who attended last year’s shrimp feed and did not claim their complementary tickets at the raffle, according to Sgt. Joe Aguilar.  He said he has those tickets reserved with the recipients needing to contact him for tickets to this Saturday’s dinner.  To contact Aguilar call him at 456-8160 and be able to present the winning certificates in exchange for the tickets.

Tickets are available through the school district’s health services office at 858-0782, Stephen Schluer at 992-1641 or by calling Joe Aguilar at 456-8160.  The Manteca Senior Center is located at 250 Cherry Lane.