Club Executives & Directors
President Elect
Past President
Club Secretary
Club Treasurer
The Rotary Foundation
Executive Secretary
Programs Chair
Youth Service
Cayucos Middle School Interact Advisor

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Welcome to the Mighty Little Club on the Central Coast


Service Above Self

We meet In Person
Thursdays at 8:00 AM
Luna Cafe
1st Thursdays @ 8AM & 3rd Thursday @ 5:30PM
84 N Ocean Ave
Cayucos, CA 93430
United States of America
Home Page Stories
One of Cayucos Rotary's annual projects is to provide back packs to needy families at Cayucos School.  Our club is glad to be able to support and help these families. Each back pack is stuffed with goodies, including great stationery and some art supplies.
We celebrated Kathy’s birthday, had many Happy Bucks, Emily Campbell was named Rotarian of the Month, and DGE Sherry Sim gave an outstanding presentation on the Rotary International Conferences. It was mainly about the 11 that she has attended, including most recently, Melbourne, and she used a slide show and video that she put together with beautiful video and pictures! She was trying to recruit more members to attend since she has had such great experiences, but we do have Sherry, President Scotty McManus and PE Dave Nygren who will be representing our club. Our Rotary rides the wave!
Great monthly beach clean up for our growing club after the big 4th of July parade and celebration! Surprisingly, it wasn’t in that bad of shape… great job for the community, and it was great to have original charter member Jessica Peterson, past president Michele Lilley, President-Elect David Nygren and his girlfriend Amanda Woodgrift, Dale Kaiser, brand new transfer member Christel Chesney, and a slew of Cayucos Interact student club members from Cayucos Elementary to help this morning! We even had a guest from the Lake Arrohead Mountain Sunrise Rotary club, Norbert Loewen, help us out today because he was in town visiting Dave.
Cayucos Rotary's Golf Cart Raffle is still on. Thank you to everyone who bought a ticket. Our club is grateful for your support. Your purchase of one or more goes to fund all of Cayucos Rotary’s service projects in Cayucos and beyond.
Tickets are available. Look for our members at Cayucos Pier each weekend. Drawing will be on Labor Day, Sep 4, 2023. Thank you and best of luck to all.
Outstanding turnout at President Scotty McManus’s first meeting of his tenure! We shared how well we have been doing on our raffle tickets for the golf cart as we already covered our cost and are now making money until Labor Day. We also recapped how the July 4th parade float went and suggestions for improvement next year. In addition, we welcomed two new members, Christel Chesney and Tim Carr who transferred from the Cambria club.  We are so happy to have them join us!
Cayucean, Los Osos & Morro Bay Rotarians were out in full color, loud & visible to promote Rotary and how we will aim to “Create Hope in the World” at the Cayucos 4th of July Parade.
Cayucos Rotary's golf cart raffle is on. Come and get your tickets. $20 each or 7 for $100 gets you 7 chances to win you an electric golf cart.
About 5 1/2 hours to assuming duty, incoming president Scotty McManus and president-elect David Nygren were at the Cayuos Pier on Friday, June 30, 2023, to put up American flags. This community service is sponsored by our club each year! Cayucos Rotary wishes all everyone's a very safe and happy Independence Day this year.  May visitors and Cayucans alike enjoy the flags on display on our pier!
Healthier lives ahead for South Pacific children

Rotary’s Give Every Child a Future program vaccinates 100,000 young people

At convention find breakouts tailored to you

Take away bold ideas about how to improve your club experience, your community, and the world from breakout sessions at the Rotary convention in Singapore.

A labor of love

Supported by a Rotary Programs of Scale award, an initiative in Nigeria seeks to remedy the country’s high instances of maternal death

Heat is on for urban planners

As temperatures rise, cities transform heat islands with tree cover, “cool pavement,” and other adaptations.

Food of the future

Breadfruit, a starchy fruit long a staple in the tropics, is attracting new interest globally as farmers and scientists search for crops that are hardier while still nutrient dense.