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AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am Golf Tournament. On February 5th-11th, 2018, Rotary members served as volunteers at the Carmel Gate to raise funds for our community projects.

AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am Golf Tournament. On February 10th-14th, 2016, Rotary members served as volunteers to raise funds for community projects.

Youth Exchange. On September 13th, Cannery Row hosts 2015-2016 Rotary District 5230 Youth Exchange Inbound Orientation

Christmas in the Adobes in Monterey. Rotary members and their families served as volunteers at Colton Hall in Monterey on December 5th-7th. Many volunteers and community members help to support the stake's parks educational programs.

Food Bank for Monterey County. On November 22th, Rotary members greeted customers at Safeway in Pacific Grove to collect food for hungry families. It was reported that 779 bags of groceries were collected in Safeway stores across Monterey County.

Beach Clean-up. Starting on January 4th, volunteers from Rotary Club of Monterey Cannery Row will have the opportunity to help to clean San Carlos Beach four times throughout the year. The Service Committee has contacted Save Our Shores to adopt this beach. Bring your friends and family. This is a great way to start the new year by serving the community, outdoors and in a beautiful setting.

Service at Safeway store in Pacific Grove. On November 23th, voluntarees from The Rotary Club of Monterey Cannery Row greeted shoppers and encourage patrons to purchase $10 bags to benefit the Food Bank for Monterey County. There were 517 bags received and hungry families in Monterey County were benefited during this holiday season.

Service at Food Bank in Salinas. On October 26th, voluntarees from Cannery Row wrapped 61 food donations barrels as part of the 1,000 barrels that will be distributed during this holiday season.




Community Partnership for Youth. Small groups of club members have volunteered time with disadvantaged youth at a local elementary school, helping with homework and reading. Those club members who are able to volunteer on a weekly basis have arranged to do so with the CPY volunteer coordinator. This will be an ongoing service opportunity for those club members who wish to be involved. The Service Committee has provided books to CPY to give to the children and will sponsor a book drive around the holiday season to collect gently used books. In addition, the club secured matching funds through the District that will enable CPY schools to apply for a $1,000 literacy grant to enable the purchase of additional books.

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