Seniors headed back to former stomping grounds

Tracy’s intimate world of senior potlucks, fellowship and bridge has come full circle.

After spending the last three years doing all of the above in the Tracy Eagles Club building on 4th St., Tracy seniors are heading back to the Multi-Purpose Center — the building that for decades was most commonly known as the senior center.

The City had signed one-year contracts with the Eagles each year since 2021, about a year after the MPC was sold to Pete Beerman so he could open up the now-closed Plaid Moose. Today, the building is home to Squatch coffee & eats, and the backroom is, for the most part, open.

See more in this week’s paper!