Club Service Chair, Karen Pelle told us that, so far this year, Club Service worked

on the July 4th  Picnic in the Park, Pinedorado Parade and the District Gover-nor’s Reception. On Dec. 4th,    Hospitality Night, we will be in front of Mi-mosas with Santa from 3-7 and we will be offering framed photos of children with Santa. And, on December 8th, we will be gathering for our annual Holiday Party. It is always a fun time. Tickets are $55 and you have your choice of Prime Rib,

Salmon  Mediterranean, Chicken or Eggplant Parmesan. Make your reserva-tions today!!

Community Service Chair, Sandy Cha, explained that the Community Service Committee meets via Zoom at 11 a.m. on the first Thursday of the month. Meetings typically last less than an hour and we welcome anyone interested to join us. Committee members work

together to choose projects that the community needs, the community wants, the commu-

nity supports and the club supports.


So far this year, we have donated to: American Legion Fourth of July; Beautify Cambria trash can maintenance, Cambria Grammar School PTA Taco Night, Cambria Chorale program support, Cambria Historical Society School House Project, CUHS Bronco Boosters (banner), Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA), Estero Bay Kindness

Coalition’s Got Your Back program, Honor Flights and Vineyard Church Feed the Needy program. 

Luanne circulated a booklet about the Santa Lucia Middle School field trip to the Catalina

Island Marine Institute. 7th Grade Science teacher, Kasie Hoss, took 30 7th graders from her class to Catalina in September for a 3 day, 2 night outdoor science school. Our Youth

Services Committee approved a donation to help fund the trip and a number of club members made individual donations. The trip was a huge success judging by the letters the students wrote and compiled into a booklet about their trip. It is attached to the email. Just one

more way our club is making a difference for students in our community.