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Welcome to the Mighty Little Club on the Central Coast


Service Above Self

1st Thursdays @ 7AM & 3rd Thursday @ 6PM
St Joseph's Catholic Church
7AM-Community Room, 6Pm in Hall
360 Park Ave
Cayucos, CA  93430
United States of America
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Each year, our club provides a free pancake breakfast to the community on Labor Day.  We are grateful to Chris Dorn of Dorn's Breaker Cafe, Morro Bay for supplying the pancake batter and sausages.  Dorn's has been our club's supporter for the past five years.  Donations accepted. All donations collected are given to Cayucos School.
You're invited ~ Cayucos Rotary's Community Pancake Breakfast on Labor Day, Monday, Sep 2nd, 8AM to 11AM at the Cayucos Vets Hall Tent. A big "Thank You" to our key sponsor, Dorn's Restaurant for donating the pancake batter and sausages for the past 5 years. In addition to whipped cream, kids get to choose from M&Ms, marshmallows, sprinkles & more toppings over their pancakes. Come for coffee, OJ or a mimosa! All's FREE, except mimosas. Donations welcome. All proceeds go to support Cayucos Elementary/Middle School.
Cayucos Chamber Mixer hosted by Cayucos Rotary & Sim Real Estate ~ great community rapport and support as long-time residents and newcomers jived and enjoyed getting together.
Everyone had a good time. Many stayed way past 7:00 pm., even after the musician had left. Thanks to everyone who came.
Presentation of back packs to Cayucos School Superintendent Scott Smith, great program on hospice care, happy birthday to Ruth Ann Angus, belated presentation of "Best Rookie Award" to Michele Lilley, plus updates on upcoming mixer, pancake breakfast, golf cart sales amidst some fun and teasing at this evening's meeting. Thank you, Michelle Florence who visited from SLO Rotaract, Dan & Linda Costley visiting from Morro Bay Rotary and guest Kirsten and baby.
Great speaker program with County Sheriff Ian Parkinson at our meeting today. Our next social is chamber mixer at Sherry PeckHoon Sim's office, on Thursday, Aug 29, 2019. It will be a joint social with Sim Real Estate and Cayucos Rotary, a good venue to promote Rotary and do a membership drive. Sherry promised South-east Asian delights.
Great program featuring New Life K9's training of service dogs to help veterans and first responders with PTSD.  Jack Gould, President of New Life K9, based in San Luis Obispo, shared that Cayucos Rotary was the first service club to support their program. The program has expanded to include inmates at California Mens Colony to help train the dogs, which helps to reduce the cost of training. Not only are veterans and first-responders with PTSD helped, the inmates get a chance to be rehabilitated and avoid relapses, which in turn, results in savings on funding prisons.  Cayucos Rotary presented New Life K9 with a $2,000 check donation to support their program.
Cayucos Rotary's 5th golf cart raffle is on. Donation of $100 gets one a chance in 300+ to win an electric, street-legal 4-seater golf cart with blue-tooth stereos and upgraded wheels.  Drawing will be held on December 8.  Members are already busy fundraising to sell golf cart tickets.
On June 28, Cayucos Rotary added two more new members. As of June 30, 2019, our club is 28-member strong. Here are most of our members, eager to start the new Rotary year, July 1, 2019-June 2020 led by our club president, Steve "Lars" Larson!
Cayucos Rotary was awarded "Best Small Club" among the 72 clubs in Rotary District 5240 for Rotary year 2018-2019. It's the highest honor that could be bestowed on members of a Rotary club.   This is the good work of our club members. We also wish to thank fellow Rotarians in the district and friends for the kind support.
Putting up the US flags along Cayucos Pier on Flag Day, June 14. Thank you Steve Larson a.k.a. "Lars", Andy Lilley, Gina Spencer and Taylor Eisemann for putting them up, and Lars, Steve Geil and Doyle Daniel for taking them down on Monday, June 17.
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