Around The Mid-Valley: Dec. 23, 2017
Caltrans work to continue after Christmas
Caltrans work continues on Highways 20 and 70 in Yuba County after Christmas, with no traffic-interfering work scheduled.
The project, to comply with Americans with Disabilities Act requirements, is underway in Marysville at Highway 20 between I and E streets and on Highway 70 at Fifth Street.
The California Department of Transportation is also working in Colusa County at Highway 20 between Wescott Road and Country Club Drive. Motorists can expect various lane and shoulder restrictions from 7 a.m.-6 p.m.
Wednesday and Thursday.
Kiwanis Club is selling See’s Candies through Dec. 31
The Yuba City Early Risers Kiwanis Club is selling See’s Candies at the Yuba Sutter Mall during business hours daily through Dec. 31.
The fundraiser kiosk is near the mall’s main entrance, at the corner of Highways 99 and 20, in Yuba City.
All proceeds go to the club’s children’s programs.
Registration is due by Jan. 4 for the Mad Science radical robots camp for youths, organized by the Yuba City Parks and Recreation Department.
The program, for ages 6 to 12 years, is from Jan. 8-12 at April Lane School. The cost is $170-$180.
For more information, visit yubacity.net/registration; stop in at the recreation department office at 1201 Civic Center Blvd.; or call 822-4650.