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Volunteers Serve Up Omelets For Society Fundraiser
Volunteer Diane Talbert, left, was socializing with Riverbank Unified School District Superintendent Dr. Daryl Camp and his wife at the fundraiser for the Riverbank Historical Society this past weekend.News Photos By Virginia Still

The annual Omelet Breakfast fundraiser for the Riverbank Historical Society was held at the Riverbank Community Center in Riverbank this past Sunday from 8:30 a.m. until 12:30 p.m. The sun was shining brightly and the temperatures were warming up quickly as guests made their way into the community center.

Riverbank Historical Society Past President and current board member Paulette Roberson expressed that there was a steady flow of people throughout the breakfast. The group had set up a back drop along with the River Red fire truck where guests could take pictures.

There was a raffle for several different items like framed art, baskets, Prime Shine car washes, orchids, and wine to name a few. The drawing was held at the end of the breakfast.

Volunteers Lana Clayton and Vena Pearson Hudgins made their rounds with refreshing mimosas for sale for guests to enjoy. There were several toppings available like olives, mushrooms, onions, tomatoes and cheese to make a tasty omelet. For the sweet tooth they offered a bowl of fruit and pastries. Volunteer Manuel Rodriguez is the Fleet Supervisor with Costco in Tracy and they provided the eggs for the event.

The After Mother’s Day Omelet Breakfast helps raise funds for the society’s operations throughout the year and the annex that will be constructed next door to the current museum for displaying their antique fire truck, River Red.