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State of City honors 10 concerns with deep roots in Manteca
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Ten concerns with 75 plus years of history in Manteca are being recognized by the Manteca Chamber of Commerce during the centennial year edition of the State of the City on Wednesday, Feb. 28.
The event at the Manteca Transit Center, 220 Moffat Boulevard is from 7:30 to 9:30 a.m. It will include an address by Manteca Mayor Steve DeBrum on the city’s successes in the past year and what lies on the horizon for Manteca.
Thomas Pogue of the University of the Pacific’s Center for Business and Policy Research will be presenting an economic outlook for the general region including Manteca.
The $15 ticket includes breakfast. To purchase tickets go to or call the Manteca Chamber of Commerce at 209.823.6121.
 Concerns being honored are:
East Union Cemetery, 141 years, founded 1877.
Manteca Bulletin, 110 years, founded 1908.
South San Joaquin Irrigation District, 109 years, founded 1909.
St. Anthony’s Catholic  Church, 103 years, founded 1915.
t. Paul’s Methodist Church, 102 years, founded 1916.
Delicato Family Vineyards, 94 years, founded 1924.
PL Fry & Son Funeral Service, 86 years, founded 1932.
Sadie’s Beauty Salon, 82 years, founded 1936.
American Legion Post 249, 79 years, founded 1039.
Eckert’s Cold Storage, 76 years, founded 1942.