Solana Beach Presbyterian Church Senior Center to preview upcoming trip to Sierra foothills

On Jan. 5, the Solana Beach Presbyterian Church Senior Center will be putting on a program highlighting the trip they will be taking in March to Wonder Valley Ranch Resort & Mission Adventure. Nestled in the scenic Sierra foothills, Wonder Valley Ranch Resort will be home base. Guests will enjoy modern conveniences in a down-home country atmosphere. Wonder Valley Ranch Resort’s staff specializes in customer service and fun.

Bountiful buffet meals, entertainment and fun are all part of the package. Come to the program Jan. 5 to learn about the planned adventures. Stay for a Mixed Grill & Baked Potato lunch for $5. Reservations are preferred. Call Jennie at (858) 509-2587 for more information and reservations. Solana Beach Presbyterian Church Senior Center meets at 120 Stevens Avenue, Solana Beach, CA 92075 (Debin Hall).

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