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Welcome to the Mighty Little Club on the Central Coast

Cayucos

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
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Cayucean Rotarians clearing the storage sheds and organizing stored props in proper order so that we will be ready for our next event, namely Masquerade Evening scheduled for Sat Mar 18, 2023. Thank you to Katherine Hudson who brought donuts & worked, and thanks to club president Monika Gottlieb, past presidents Donna Archer & Steve Geil and club treasurer Eileen Geil who also worked hard to get our props and materials labeled and organized.
 
Rotary Club of Cayucos’ President-Elect Scott Mcmanus and Rotary Club of Los Osos’ President-Elect Tom Cross presenting info that they learned about each other during a networking exercise at President-Elects Retreat in Ventura. President-Elects from various clubs also got to know each other.
 
 
Cayucean Rotarians unwinding after 3 months of hard work fundraising via our e-bike raffle & looking forward to embark on building the swing sets for disabled children.
 
Rotary Club of Cayucos’ ebike winner, Marie Charles and son, Adam, from Bakersfield were in Cayucos to pick up the two ebikes that they won in our club’s ebike raffle. The raffle was to fundraise for building two swing sets for disabled children & a few other service projects. Congratulations to Marie Charles again, & a huge thank-you to everyone who supported and donated to our ebike fundraiser.
 
District Governor Scott Philips doing the honors in awarding the three scholarships to Regan Rowin, Daniel Gomez and Joseph Montano at Cuesta College.Cuesta students have to undergo an audition to apply for Rotary Club of Cayucos’ music scholarships.
 
Congratulations to Cayucos Rotarian Jessica Peterson Lynn who’s awarded “Teacher of the Year” again at Cayucos School last year. A dedicated teacher, Jessica had received the honor before; back in 2013. Jessica loves teaching the middle-schoolers and is well-liked at school and in our Rotary club. When asked what she would like to impart, Jessi stated “In a World where you can be anything, be kind”. Well-said. We love you Jessi. Hugs & kisses from Cayucos Rotary family.
 
 
Rotary District 5240 District Governor (DG) Scott Phillips was on “fire” at Rotary Club of Cayucos’ meeting this evening. The club welcomed DG Scott with a pink champagne cake from Madonna Inn, pink leis, pink balloons & cutlery. Members interacted with DG Scott playfully, laughed & enjoyed listening to DG Scott about how we could capture our hours and value of volunteering, and use the data to share that impact with our club and community.
Rotary Club of Cayucos’ first general meeting by club president Monika Gottlieb: we shared an inspiration about Jennifer Jones, Rotary International’s first-ever female president and District Governor Scott Philips’ theme “Let’s Get Loud”.
 
We presented a Paul Harrris to Club President Monika Gottlieb and a collage memento to immediate Past President Michele Lilley; celebrated member Katherine Hudson’s birthday, heard project updates, a new member transfer, and learnt about estate planning presented by Klaus Gottlieb
For a $20, you could win a pair of foldable electric mountain bikes. Drawing’s on Labor Day. Proceeds go to build two swing sets for disabled children on the beach.
 
For $50, you will receive 3 tickets and it's 7 tickets for $100. Thank you to everyone who has supported this e-bike raffle to raise funds to build the swing sets for disabled children.
 
Cayucos 4th of July parade. Rotarians & friends from Rotary Club of Cayucos, Los Osos & Morro Bay having fun and spreading the work of Rotary. Happy 4th!
 
Congratulations to Immediate Past President Michele Lilley and members of Rotary Club of Cayucos for clinching the ”Overall Best Small Club” award in Rotary District 5240 for Rotary year 2021-2022.  Cayucos Rotary had been recognized 5 times: four years in a row from 2018/2019 and in a prior year in 2015/2016!!
 
Rotary Club of Cayucos’ Past President Steve Geil sharing the poster on the club’s latest project at our meeting this morning - building swings on Cayucos Beach for disabled children so that they could enjoy a simple pastime. To fund this project, our club is raffling off two e-bikes. $20 for 1 ticket; 3 for $50 and for $100, you get 7 tickets! Make your impact to support a great project and win two electric mountain bikes. Contact one of us, if you wish to get a ticket.
 
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Mar 16, 2023 5:30 PM
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