Letter: This weekend’s Relay for Life lights the way for HMB Rotary in August
Rotary club members are supporting the American Cancer Society in its drive to fund cancer research, raise awareness, and save lives with a team in the Half Moon Bay’s Relay for Life 24-hour event on August 2-3, 2014 at Hatch Elementary School in Half Moon Bay.
The Rotary Club of Half Moon Bay is currently expanding its membership and fundraising efforts to support its local signature cause – RotaCare, the free medical clinic for the uninsured in Half Moon Bay and the surrounding Coastside communities. The July 31st program is a lunchtime barbecue, Brews & Shoes, in the Outback at Cameron’s Pub in Half Moon Bay. The program is open to individuals who are interested in the Rotary mission of service above self ($25 admission and RSVP to Kendall Flint at [email protected].)
August lunch programs commence on Thursday August 7th with a presentation by the Rotary District Governor, Chris Gallagher, followed by the annual introduction to new Coastside Teachers on August 14th, Lena Potts, the Community Manager for HIP Housing which is dedicated to helping people find affordable housing in San Mateo County, on August 21, and rounded out with Robert Pickett, Artistic Director of the Half Moon Bay Shakespeare Company on August 28th.
The fifty plus members of the Rotary Club of Half Moon Bay donate time and money to support the under-served in the community and around the world. The Rotary Club of Half Moon Bay is one of 34,000 clubs around the world. The primary mission of Rotary International is the worldwide eradication of polio, and they are close to reaching their goal. The Half Moon Bay Club meets each Thursday for lunch at the Portuguese Center at 724 Kelly Street in downtown Half Moon Bay.
Contact Mary Corcoran, Public Relations Chairperson, at [email protected] or 650-218-0436.