Oceana Boulevard Beautification Project
Terra Nova Soccer Teams join Rotary for Beautification Project
Members of the Terra Nova Varsity and Junior Varsity Soccer teams joined members of the Rotary Club of Pacifica to begin the beautification of Oceana Blvd. from Manor Drive to the Highway 1 entrance at Monterey Road. Soccer players, wearing their team jerseys, took picks and shovels in hand to dig holes
along the street frontage that will be filled with new trees to be planted by the Rotary. Players were accompanied by their hard working coaches, Carlos Bovar, Varsity coach and Manny Peix, Jr. Varsity coach for the team’s community service project.
“We Rotarians could never have dug these holes so well in this amount of time. Having the soccer teams, and their youthful strength and exuberance, join us to work on this project was truly a gift of community service. We are really thankful for their efforts” commented Linda Jonas, chair of Rotary’s
The beautification of Oceana Blvd. is being sponsored by the Rotary Club of Pacifica, as a part of the ‘Keep Pacifica Beautiful’ program of the Pacifica Beautification Advisory Committee. In addition to trees Rotary will be planting low maintenance, drought tolerant ground cover along the entire stretch of the
Oceana Blvd. site. Later this spring Ocean Shore School will be partnering with Rotary to add several art features, designed and created by Ocean Shore students, to the streetscape.
Rotary International is a leadership organization that promotes fellowship and focuses on service to the local and international communities. Guests are welcome to visit Rotary any Tuesday morning for our breakfast meeting from 7:15am to 8:30am at Sharp Park Restaurant. Visit
www.rotaryclubofpacifica.com or Facebook.com/Pacifica Rotary or call 650-438-4848 for further information.
Community organizations, individuals or businesses interested in sponsoring a ‘Keep Pacifica Beautiful’ project can contact BAC Chair Wendy Santiago at firstname.lastname@example.org or at 650-515-0655 (Story and Photos by Ginny Jaquith)