December 6, 2022
Lunch Meeting on the Chablis.
Speaker
Debbie Deis is the owner of D&D Floral in Los Osos
 
December 13,2022
Lunch Meeting on the Chablis.
Program
Scott Phillips
Our Governer 5240
Lighted Boat Parade has been postponed to Saturday December 10th due to weather and safety concerns
 at 6:00PM
Santa House Starts December 2nd
Directors
President
President-Elect
Past President
Secretary
Treasurer
Sgt-at- Arms
Membership
Club Service Chair
Community Service Chair
The Rotary Foundation
Awards Chair
Vocational Service Chair
Events/Fundraising
Public Relations
Web Administrator
RYLA Coordinator
Youth Service
Interact Coordinator
Club PRLS Coordinator
Board member at large - PDG
Service Projects
Program Chair
Youth Exchange Chair
MBRC Foundation Director
MBRC Foundation Treasurer
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Welcome to Rotary Club of Morro Bay!
Morro Bay

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We meet In Person
Tuesdays at 12:00 PM
The Chablis
1215 Embarcadero st
Morro Bay, CA 93442
United States of America
Phone:
(805) 441-3552
We hold meetings on the 1st, 2nd, and 4th Tues of each month on the bay. On the 3rd Tues of each month, we host a "Rotary Bump Night" at local restaurants. When a 5th Tues occurs in a month, we host an "On-Site Exploration" at a local venue.
President's Message
How could you resist? We have so much fun preparing!
2nd Annual Derby Duck Winners are:
 
1st: Leonard Moothart from Los Osos
2nd: A.J. Martin From Morro Bay       
3rd: Robin Carter From Atascadero     
We thank you for all your support.
Thank you Melissa and Interact Club of Morro Bay High school for the clean-up at the beach.!
What a great meeting having Amit Patel become a Rotary Member of Morro Bay. Thank you Vina for sharing a fine moment with your husband Amit.
 
 
 
 
AND OUR FINE SPEAKER STEVE PECK.  Thank you Steve for taking the time to be with us.
The Tall Poppy Syndrome: The Joy of Cutting People Down.
Dr, Garland and Brian Schwartz
 
1st Place Winner of Lighted Boat Parade 2021
 
Close to 10,000 on-lookers lined the Embarcadero to enjoy the 2021 Morro Bay Rotary Lighted Boat Parade on Saturday, December 4th.  The weather was reminiscent of the holidays, a beautiful evening with a chill in the air.  Crowds filled the restaurants, the balconies and sidewalks to watch the parade of 22 decorated boats ranging in size from 17 to 71 feet.  Local non-profits including Central Coast Women for Fisheries, Knights of Columbus, Lion’s and Rotary served up chili, sausages, cookies, and hot chocolate that was quickly sold out.
 
Rotarians John Solu and Melissa Davis announced and described the boats as they passed by the judges: John Headding, Jillian Montgomery, Sue Olivas, Dean Sullivan, and Michael Wambolt.  First Prize of $500 went to the Persistence owned by Nick Taron from Morro Bay.  The sleigh decorations with a giant reindeer and carolers dressed like elves caught the eyes of the judges.  Second Prize of $350 went to the Wake-n-Bake owned by Mike Leal from Paso Robles and the Third Prize of $150 went to the Western Explorer owned by Roy Arnold of Paso Robles.  Boats were decorated to look like whales, seahorses, Christmas trees, snowflakes and Santa flying a plane.  The Bay was filled with thousands of glittering, colorful lights everywhere including sailing masts lighted high into the night sky.
 
While the Morro Bay White Caps Band played, Santa and Mrs. Claus greeted a never-ending line of children, parents, and dogs at the Rotary Santa House.  Complimentary photos with Santa were given to families along with each child choosing a gift to take home with them.
 
Rotary President Tim Olivas mused that “Yes, it was a great showing for the Lighted Boat Parade!  Good to see some semblance of life returning to semi-normal”.  Children were happy, boats were beautiful and residents and tourists were thrilled to spend the evening on the Morro Bay waterfront.
 
Big THANK YOU to Jude Long for providing this article, picture, and all of the publicity she did for the Lighted Boat Parade.
Santa Is coming December 2nd thru December 18th Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays.
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