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1st Tuesday at 6:30 PM, All other Tuesdays at 7:15 AM
Sharp Park GC Restaurant
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Pacifica, CA  94044
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5/24/2016: We have been experiencing difficulties with the paypal portal, if it does not work for you please contact Steve Wright at 650-898-8496 or Patrick Hall at (650) 359-2996    You may also loginto your own paypal and send $25.00 for each registrant to "pacificarotary2@gmail.com

 
 

Pacifica Rotary's 2nd annual Vets 5K Run / Walk to benefit those with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder get rehabilitation will be held on Memorial Day Weekend, May 29th at 8:45am.  

 

 
 

Terra Nova Soccer Teams join Rotary for Beautification Project

Members of the Terra Nova Varsity and Junior Varsity Soccer teams joined members of the Rotary Club of Pacifica to begin the beautification of Oceana Blvd. from Manor Drive to the Highway 1 entrance at Monterey Road. Soccer players, wearing their team jerseys, took picks and shovels in hand to dig holes 
along the street frontage that will be filled with new trees to be planted by the Rotary. Players were accompanied by their hard working coaches, Carlos Bovar, Varsity coach and Manny Peix, Jr. Varsity coach for the team’s community service project.

 

 
 
 

ATTENTION RONNIE LOTT / 49ERS FANS! 
BOWLATHON PRIZE UPDATE! READ ALL ABOUT IT....
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Bowlers, Lane Sponsors and Raffle Prizes are needed for November 1st Bowlathon at Sea Bowl.  Register to Bowl Now!
 
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GLOBAL GRANT #1633934 FOR MICROCREDIT LOANS IN GUATEMALA
 
 
 
Rotary Club of Pacifica recently installed new officers for 2015-2016 Year at 
recent meeting attended by outgoing District Governor Christanne Gallagher.  Officers
are as follows:  President: Victor Spano; President-Elect: Wendy Santiago, Steve Wright: Treasurer; Carl Schwab: Secretary; Foundation Chair: Jack Hug; International Chair: Patrick Hall; Club Administration: David Skaadeland; Service: Bob Jacobsen; Membership and Immediate Past President:  Linda Jonas.  
 
 
Following is a link to the District newsletter...Check it out! 
 
http://rotarysfbayarea.org/Rotary/Pacific_Currents_July_2015.pdf
 
 

The Rotary Club of Pacifica will welcome State Assemblyman Kevin Mullin at it's next evening meeting, August 4, at 6:30 PM at the Sharp Park Golf Course Restaurant.

Rotary, a morning breakfast club, now meets the first Tuesday evening of the month to provide an opportunity for those who cannot make the early morning weekly meetings to benefit from the fellowship and community service experiences that Pacifica Rotarians enjoy.

Assemblyman Mullin will present a “Legislative Update”. In Sacramento, his priorities have focused on a balanced budget with a healthy rainy day fund, election reform, clean energy and strengthening our innovation economy. Mr Mullin serves as Speaker pro Tempore, and on the following committees: Budget, Budget Subcommittee #4 on State Administration, Business and Professions, Revenue and Taxation, Elections and Redistricting and Housing and Community Development. In addition to being an opportunity to meet the Assemblyman, time is always set aside for questions from the audience.

Interested individuals are invited to attend the meeting, meet the Assemblyman and learn more about the work of the Rotary Club of Pacifica. Dinner is $20 and coffee is $5. RSVP by calling President Victor Spano at 415-481-2935. Rotary International promotes fellowship and performs service for the local and international communities. We also welcome guests to visit Rotary any other Tuesday morning for our breakfast meeting from 7:15am to 8:30am at Sharp Park Restaurant. Delicious breakfasts are available for $15 and coffee for $5 at our meetings. Visit www.rotaryclubofpacifica.com or Facebook.com/PacificaRotary or call 415-481-2935 for further information.

Kevin Mullin Biography: http://asmdc.org/members/a22/about/biography


 

 
 
 
 
Recently Club President Linda Jonas and Vets Walk Chair Patrick Hall journed to Yountville to present a modest check to the Pathway House.
The first VETS WALK was a smashing success and we hope to take what we learned and do it again next year!  
 
 
 
 

City Manager presents ‘City Update’ to Rotary

City Manager Lori Tinfow will present a ‘City Update’ address to the Rotary Club of Pacifica at its Tuesday evening meeting on Tuesday, June 2nd starting at 6:30pm at Sharp Park Restaurant at the Sharp Park Golf Course. Rotary, a breakfast meeting club, now meets the first Tuesday evening of the month to provide an opportunity for those who cannot make the early morning weekly meetings to benefit from the fellowship and community service experiences that Pacifica Rotarians enjoy.

Manager Tinfow will discuss Council’s process to develop the 2015-16 Work Plan and highlight some of the projects and initiatives included in the plan. This is a wonderful opportunity to learn about the community and its future direction. Time is always set aside for questions from the audience.

Interested individuals are invited to attend the meeting, meet the City Manager and learn more about the work of the Rotary Club of Pacifica. Dinner is $20 or you can enjoy coffee only for $5. RSVP by calling President Linda Jonas at 650-438-4848.

Rotary International is a leadership organization that promotes fellowship and focuses on service to the local and international communities. We also welcome guests to visit Rotary any other Tuesday morning for our breakfast meeting from 7:15am to 8:30am at Sharp Park Restaurant. Delicious breakfasts are available for $15 and coffee only for $5 at our meetings. Visit www.rotaryclubofpacifica.com or Facebook.com/Pacifica Rotary or call 650-438-4848 for further information.

 

 
 

Register Using "Buy Now Button" to the upper Right column of this page, pacificarotary.com....CLICK "here" or send $25.00 to pacificarotary2@gmail.com via paypal.com   As of 5/24/2016: We have been experiencing difficulties with the paypal portal, if it does not work for you please contact Steve Wright at 650-898-8496 or Patrick Hall at (650) 359-2996

 
 

Pacifica Rotary's 2nd annual Vets 5K Run / Walk to benefit those with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder get rehabilitation will be held on Memorial Day Weekend, May 29th at 8:45am.  

 

 
 

Rotary Club sponsors 5K Walk/Run for Vets

By Ginny Jaquith

Show your support our Vets over Memorial Day weekend by joining in the Rotary Club of Pacifica’s Walk/Run for Vets on Sunday, May 24th from 9:00 to 11:00am. Walkers, runners, families and friends are encouraged to come out to support our vets at this inaugural event that starts at Rotary Plaza, 1220 Linda Mar Blvd, and travels a 5K route through Linda Mar and returns to the plaza.

 

 
 
 

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Pacifica Rotary presents the first ever Pacifica Rotary VETS WALK / 5K

 

 
 
 

A large number of Rotarians are participating in the upcoming Pacifica "Relay for Life".  We invite you to join us and check out the 

site : http://main.acsevents.org/site/TR/RelayForLife/RFLCY15CA?pg=entry&fr_id=68552  for potential participation and sponsorship.

 

 

 
 
 

By Ginny Jaquith

Mayor presents ‘State of the City’ to Rotary

 

 
 
 
From: Linda Jonas, President, Pacifica Rotary Club: 
 
As a result of the survey conducted a few months ago, the Rotary Club of Pacifica will have one evening meeting per month from February through June, 2015, as a trial to see how the membership responds.
 
Said meetings will be held at Sharp Park Restaurant from 6:30 until 8:00 p.m. on each FIRST Tuesday of the month, thus, the schedule:
 
February 3, 2015 - The speaker will be Anita Rees from the Pacifica Resource Center 
March 3, 2015
April 7, 2015
May 5, 2015
June 2, 2015
 
These meeting dates are now open for booking speakers, so please let Kevin and me know if you have a suggestion or request for a speaker.
 
We will keep the price at $20 and will work with the restaurant to seek a variety of menu selections from month to month.
 
ON ANOTHER NOTE:  I was given the message after the Lions Club board meeting last night that they are scheduling our joint meeting with them for Monday, March 9, 2015, so please save that date in lieu of our morning meeting on March 10. More details will be forthcoming soon.
 
Yours in Rotary,
Linda
 
 

 
 

Students:  Learn about the Rotary Club, largest service organization in the world, and Pacifica's club in particular.  For Internship Description, please write Victor Spano at pacificaopportunities@gmail.com or call at 650-219-8038

 

 
 

Political Satirist Will Durst to Speak at Pacifica Rotary Club on 
February 17th.

Posted by Victor Spano

Pacifica Rotary Club meets every Tuesday at 7:15am. Guests are welcome. Breakfast is available for $15.00. As room is limited, please RSVP if you think you might want to attend. Will Durst will be appearing at the Mildred Owen Theater as well, doing a full length performance on February 22nd.

Will Durst Bio: http://willdurst.com/Pages/WillBio.html

 
 
 

Announcing 2014 Bowlathon!

 

 
 
 

Pacifica Rotary's Facebook Page has info and photos not available anywhere else.  Please visit and like us on Facebook! 

Link: https://www.facebook.com/PacificaRotary?ref=hl

 

 
 
 

What if you had the chance to bring clean water to a village in Guatemala?  What if you - through your efforts, your donations, your care - what if YOU could save a child's life?

The Rotary Club of Pacifica is in the process of making that happen.  We are moving rapidly forward as the lead US Club on a project in Carmelita, Guatemala - the gateway to some of the oldest Mayan ruins known to exist - and this community desperately needs clean, sustainable and safe water.  We now have a local Host Club, the Rotary Club of Tikal Peten in Guatemala.  Patrick and Marilyn Hall in our Club have met him and other club members in Flores, Guatemala.  They are very much with us in making this project work.  We have started the Global Grant process with Rotary International (GG 1420394) and the paperwork part of the proposal is moving forward to completion and submission.

You can learn more by checking out their proposal here!

Our Club has pledged $5,000, we have a pledge with funds in hand from a very supportive friend of Pacifica Rotary and a grant application submitted to another local organization with high hopes for their financial support as well. We also have pledges from the Rotary Clubs of Burlingame, S. San Francisco, San Francisco Evening, Daly City, Millbrae, Menlo Park, Woodside-Portola Valley, Half Moon Bay, Redwood City and SF Greater Mission!

Want to help?  Call us - we will make you a part of this project in any way we possibly can.  If that is accepting your donations, that we intend to match with other donor funds and with matching grants - well, that is wonderful!  If you want to visit the project?  That can be arranged.  If you want to communicate with the experts?  Start with us and we'll get you connected.

You - Today - Can Help Save a Child.

 

 
 
 
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