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Oakdale Golf & Country Club
243 N. Stearns Rd.
Oakdale, CA  95361
United States of America
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Oakdale Rotary President
Kimberly Sullivan Gray
2019 - 2020
Based on CDC recommendations, in person club meetings are postponed until further notice.
MONDAY, JUNE 29th, 2020

The Oakdale Rotary Club proudly presents the 39th Annual Oakdale Testicle Festival on Monday, March 30, at the FES Hall in Oakdale from 6pm-10pm. This is one event where you’re guaranteed to “HAVE A BALL!”
The main course is genuine rocky mountain oysters also known as "calf fries". What does it taste like you ask? Well, some people say it tastes just like chicken! Why not come out and see for yourselves? First time ever, chicken is on the menu for those of you with weak stomachs!
There will be a hosted bar, a raffle and live auction too! Tickets are $75 in advance or $85 at the door.
For more information, AND TICKETS visit www.oakdaletesticlefestival.com 
Tickets are also available at the Oakdale Chamber of Commerce, from all Oakdale Rotarians or by calling 847-2244.
Thank you to ALL who made this event a success!
We look forward to seeing you next year!

Thank you to all who contributed and attended, it was a wonderful evening!

Join us Next Year!

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