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 ROTARY 4-WAY TEST
The test, asks the following questions: Of the things we think, say or do

Is it the TRUTH?
Is it FAIR to all concerned?
Will it build GOODWILL and BETTER FRIENDSHIPS?
Will it be BENEFICIAL to all concerned?

In 1932, Rotarian Herbert J. Taylor created The Four-Way Test.The Four-Way Test is a nonpartisan and nonsectarian ethical guide for Rotarians to use for their personal and professional relationships. The
test has been translated into more than 100 languages, and Rotarians recite it at club meetings:
 
Welcome to our Club!

Pacifica

BE THE INSPIRATION

We meet Tuesdays at 7:15 AM
Sharp Park Golf Course Restaurant
2600 Francisco Boulevard
Pacifica, CA  94044
United States of America
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OUR PROJECTS
 
Rotary honored for ‘Keep Pacifica Beautiful’ projects
 
 
 
Beautification Advisory Committee ribbon cutting celebrations recognized Rotary ‘Keep Pacifica Beautiful’ project completions on Saturday, December 8th.  Rotarians, city council members and residents gathered at each project site to enjoy and appreciate the results of Rotary’s efforts to beautify Pacifica.
The Rotary Club of Pacifica was honored for their sponsorship for their landscape improvements to Oceana Blvd., along with Ocean Shore School, Pacifica Manor Ace Hardware and the Terra Nova Soccer teams who also contributed to the project.  Rotarian Linda Jonas, who chaired the beautification project, recognized the hard work and dedication of Rotarians, and the contributions of Ocean Shore School students, Terra Nova soccer players and Ace Hardware for the project which has been in the works for the last three years.  Rotary will continue to maintain and expand the project in future years.
The final BAC ribbon cutting recognized the completion of landscaping of curb planters along Palmetto Avenue from the Clarendon to Paloma intersections as part of the Palmetto Streetscape project.  Sponsors, who planted the curb sites and will maintain theme for the next two years, include Rotary Club of Pacifica, Dial Glass, Pacifica Resource Center, Pacifica Environmental Family, Pacifica Historical Society, Reflections Hair Salon, Dig It Landscape Services, Fog Fest Organizing Group, resident David Leal, Recology of the Coast, Pacifica Library Foundation and Pacifica Friends of the Library.  In addition, the Sanchez Art Center was acknowledged for their “Garden Art Party” creating and planting “garden stakes” to adorn the planter areas along Palmetto Avenue. 
BAC Chair Patty Hontalas recognized each of the groups and thanked participants for their contributions to the ‘Keep Pacifica Beautiful” program.  She praised the hard work of all the sponsors with special acknowledgement to Aren Clark, Public Works Supervisor and the Public Works Department staff for their continued support of the BAC projects. 
 
Photo Captions:
(left photo) Members of the Rotary Club of Pacifica, City Council members, BAC members along with Ocean Shore School and Ace Hardware representatives celebrate the completion of Rotary’s Oceana Boulevard beautification project.
(right photo) Former mayor Mary Ann Nihart, who was actively involved in establishing the BAC and the ‘Keep Pacifica Beautiful” program, joined Palmetto Streetscape project sponsors, City Council, BAC members and Public Works officials to cut the ribbon celebrating the completion of Palmetto Streetscape beautification projects.
 
 
 
Vocational Service
Vocational/Associates Degree Award Applications due May 3rd
The Rotary Club of Pacifica would like to help the next generation of electricians, plumbers, beauticians, auto mechanics, and computer technicians kick-start their careers.  Two $500 per semester awards will be given for the Fall 2019 semester. The award can be used for admission, tools, books, housing, meal plans, transportation, fees, or any other school related expenses. If you are from Pacifica and plan to attend a local community college, please download the application form using the button below:
 
Please contact Mr. Steve Talsky, at mtalsky@aol.com or 650-355-5334 with any questions you may have, and good luck!
 
 
 
District Assembly
March 16, 2019 - 8:00 am
Redwood High School in Corte Madera