YUBA CITY

Western lifestyle, music production set for Sunday 

A production highlighting the western lifestyle, with music and fun, is set Sunday at the First United Methodist Church of Yuba City.

“This Ain’t No Bull” is at 11 a.m. at 3101 Colusa Highway.

Lunch and the community service roundup starts at 12:15 p.m., with representatives from the church’s service groups and the community including A Woman’s Friend, Casa de Esperanza, Habitat for Humanity, Twin Cities Rescue Mission, the Yuba City Police Department and Hands of Hope.  

The event is free to the community.

For more information, call 301-2494.

Community Easter Egg Hunt to have thousands of eggs 

Thousands of plastic eggs filled with candy will be part of the seventh Annual Community Easter Egg Hunt sponsored by Adventure Church.

For children birth to sixth grade, the free event is from 10 a.m.-noon March 31 at Riverbend Elementary School, 301 Stewart Road, Yuba City.

Activities will also include bounce houses, games and free hot dogs and lemonade while the supplies last.

LOMA RICA

Staples to speak about 18-month Ecuador mission

Katrina Staples will talk about her recently completed mission for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints at 10 a.m. March 11 before the Loma Rica Ward congregation.

She served an 18-month mission to Ecuador Guayaquil West Mission. 

The congregation meets at 11646 Hill Road in Loma Rica.

The daughter of Richard and Melinda Staples of Marysville, Katrina graduated from Marysville High School and plans to attend Brigham Young University, in Provo, Utah, to major in elementary education.

MARYSVILLE

First Presbyterian Church congregation continues to grow at new location 

The congregation of the First Presbyterian Church in Marysville continues meeting at the church’s chapel, with more people attending the weekly service celebrated at 10:30 a.m. each Sunday.

The church is at the corner of Sampson Street and Rideout Way.

Activities at the church also include a potluck lunch the last Sunday of each month and its food and clothing closets open Friday mornings.

In addition, children under 14 years are invited to participate in the church’s Easter Egg Hunt following the service April 1.

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