July 29, 1949

At the meeting Wednesday night of the Galt Whiskereeno Club, it was voted to start work on the formation of a Junior Chamber of Commerce in Galt. Johnny Enjalran was elected temporary chairman and Wayne Field temporary executive secretary.

Officers of Chabolla Parlor No. 17, Native Daughters of the Golden West were installed July 12 with Louise Dowdell as president.

July 30, 1959

One of the most successful Alta Mesa Fairs, in spite of the heat, came to an end on Saturday with folk, square and modern dancing in the Alta Mesa Farm Center with Fred Liebig of Twin Cities as caller. Nancy Tipling reigned over the festivities as queen.

A bon voyage party honored Miss Alice Mae Engel of Galt who leaves sometime during August to teach with the U.S. Army Dependent Schools in Germany. The party was held in the home of her mother, Mrs. Eva Engel. Sharing hostess duties were Mrs. Art Mollring and Mrs. Wanda Steiner.

July 31, 1969

A meeting has been scheduled for the purpose of organizing a senior citizens’ club in Galt. The meeting will take place Friday, Aug. 1, and anyone of at least age 50 is welcome.

Aug. 2, 1979

Ten years ago, the senior citizens banded together and formed a Senior Citizens Club with Marie Olson as its first president. Today, the club has 185 members and is growing stronger every day.

By a unanimous 5-0 vote Tuesday, the Galt City Council relieved James Guthmiller of his duties as a Planning Commission member for lack of participation … Fernando Arredondo was unanimously fired from his post as the executive director of the Galt Community Concilio by the board of directors.