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May PBTC Dine-Out at Cafe Athena

Cafe Athena Invite PBTC

PBTC April Dine Out at Tony Romas

PBTC April Dine-Out

Please choose your entrée and make your reservation by Monday, April 21st.

April Sundowner at Fat Fish Cantina Grill

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PBTC’s 7th Annual Beach Cleanup! Come help keep our beaches clean!

2014 Graffiti Day flyer PBTC

Come Participate in the School Yard Dash 5K!

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Volunteer for CicloSDias!!

                    On Sunday, March 30, 2014, San Diego will host its second annual “Open Streets” event.  CicloSDias is a free celebration of our local neighborhoods that encourages  people to come together in the spirit of being active, and having fun.  We invite you to join thousands of your fellow community members who will enjoy bicycling, walking, and playing along a 2.5 mile route that will be closed off to vehicular traffic from 10:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. on March 30th.  The CicloSDias route is along Garnet Avenue from Mission  Boulevard to Ingraham Street in Pacific Beach and on Cass Street between Garnet and Turquoise Street .  To view a map of the route click here.  To volunteer for CicloSDias go to www.CicloSDias.com and click on ‘Get Involved’ and then ‘Volunteer”.  If you volunteer for at least two hours and you’ll receive a free T-Shirt.  If you have questions about volunteering please email britanystatt@sdcbc.org or contact Britany Statt at. (858) 248-0664. Thank you in advance for your support.

Upcoming CicloSDias Volunteer Events

  • March 19th    – CicloSDias Volunteer Orientation & Social

  6 p.m. at Discover Pacific Beach (1503 Garnet Ave)

  • March 30th   – CicloSDias San Diego
    • Setup and tear down
      • 7 a.m. – 10 a.m. and/or 3 p.m. – 6 p.m.
    • Traffic Control, Route Marshall, Info Booth, Merchandise Sales
      • 9:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. and/or 12:30– 3 p.m.

Here’s a link to the video:

CicloSDias Crowd-funding Campaign 2014

Volunteers are Needed!

 

7th Annual PBTC Graffiti Clean Up

Saturday, May 3rd, 9am to 12 noon

Pacific Beach Presbyterian Church (1675 Garnet Ave.)  


Volunteers will receive training and supplies to clean up graffiti in areas throughout Pacific Beach.  Every year, volunteers at this event remove hundreds of graffiti tags and really make a positive difference in our community.  Students can earn community service hours (under 18 must have waiver signed by parent.)  This event is made possible by contributions from local businesses and residents and the Pacific Beach Presbyterian Church.  To donate or print a waiver, visit www.pbtowncouncil.org or call 858 483-6666.  We hope you will join us for this fun and rewarding event!

Thank you Baldwin Academy for keeping PB clean!

PBTC Baldwin Clean up


On Tuesday, March 11, students from the Big Nest and Parrots Programs at Baldwin Academy on Hornblend Street escorted their teachers through the neighborhood surrounding their school to help restore beauty to the streets as part of the Pacific Beach Town Council Clean-up Program. These four and five year olds have been learning about Reducing, Reusing, and Recycling and took to the streets to show how all people, young and old, need to be responsible for taking care of the environment. The children were prepared with plastic gloves, safety rules, and lots of adult supervision as they decided if the litter they found was recyclable or not.
Baldwin Academy, which has served Pacific Beach for over thirty years, has, for the past few years, committed itself to becoming a “greener” school. Students between the ages of one and five participate in the Gentle Earth Curriculum, which is a hands-on experiential science program providing opportunities for the children to interact with nature. While space is limited, the school has been working with Master Gardeners to find ways of creating edible and flower gardens for the children. Herbert Perico, the present owner, says that the campus has also changed some of its practices in order to help reduce its carbon footprint. It has reduced the number of plastic bags used throughout the school, gone paperless for billing and debiting, and is looking into using solar energy in the future. Mr. Perico says, “We at Baldwin Academy recognize that the experiences we expose children to, when prepared correctly, will become an indelible legacy which they will benefit from for the rest of their life.” Maverick, a young eager ecologist who participated in the neighborhood clean-up, proved this legacy is clearly being established when he proudly proclaimed, “We have to keep the environment clean!”

PB Woman’s Club Wine Tasting and Silent Auction

PBTC WINE TASTING FLYER

Thank You Station 21!

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Pictured are Firefighters Chris Evelsizor and Engineer Nate Nugent taking care of Friday night’s discards. Having a storm drain so close to our Fire Station, it is extremely important that we stay on top of the refuse to help our friends in the ocean. We are also very proud to be able to work and live in beautiful Pacific Beach. Sincerely, Captain Don Mckinney21/A Division.

PBTC March Dine out at The Green Flash

PBTC GREEN FLASH

Our March Dine Out is at The Green Flash at the end of Thomas Street, right on the beach. Do come early to find parking on the street. If no parking is available on street, try parking behind Joe’s Crab Shack for $5.
Perfect time to go to The Green Flash – before the crowded summer season starts. And, who knows, we may see a green flash after dinner as the sun sets at 7:04pm that night.

Pacific Beach Planning Group Seeking New Members

 

Vote to make a difference in your community.  Help Plan PB’s Future.

The Pacific Beach Planning Group (PBPG) will hold its annual elections on March 26th from 4:45pm to 6:30pm @ the PB Library (corner of Cass and Thomas). The PBPG is composed of 20 community volunteers (15 residential and 5 commercial seats). The group advises the city on new development projects, parking, traffic, future planning and other issues related to the Pacific Beach Community Plan. For more information visit www.pbplanning.org or call Larry Emlaw 858.273.1788.

 

March PBTC Sundowner at China Inn

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February Sundowner at Cass St. Bar and Grill

Sundowner Flyer 2014

PB Town Council February Dine Out

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