Police and Emergency Services Appreciation Night (PAESAN) is a unique community picnic and awards ceremony created to honor emergency service workers in Pacific Beach.
The first PAESAN was held 30 years ago after Pacific Beach Town Council (PBTC) members decided they wanted an opportunity to thank emergency workers in person for all they did.
â€œDuring a crisis or an emergency you donâ€™t have time to thank the people who take care of us,â€ said Ruby Houck, PBTC vice president and the eventâ€™s organizer since 2003. more »
Tuesdays can be rather ho-hum. Having eased into the work week, the weekend is not yet in sight. Even in a bustling social hub like Pacific Beach, it can be a slow night for restaurants. Thatâ€™s one reason the Pacific Beach Town Council (PBTC) visits one local eatery the last Tuesday of the month for its dineout event. This monthâ€™s dinner takes place at 6 p.m. Tuesday, July 27th at Marino’s Italian Restaurant located at 4475 Ingraham St. The public is welcome to attend. more »
PB Town Council Total current membership = 597
- Renewed (joined:1957 â€“ 2005) = 216 (36%)
- Renewed* (joined: 2006 â€“ 2009) = 301 (51%)
*significant growth in membership beginning in 2006
- 2006 = 91 (30%)
- 2007 = 63 (21%)
- 2008 = 63 (21%)
- 2009 = 84 (28%)
New (from 1/1/2010 – 6/20/2010) = 80 (13%) more »
Later this month, Pacific Beach locals can help their community simply by snacking and sampling wine. The Pacific Beach Town Council (PBTC) will hold its ninth annual Wine Tasting and Silent Auction on Sunday, June 27. more »
2010 3rd Annual PB Graffiti Clean Up â€” what a success!
The third annual Pacific Beach Graffiti Clean Up was held Saturday, April 17. This cooperative effort was sponsored by the Pacific Beach Town Council (PBTC) and the Pacific Beach Presbyterian Church.
This year, $4,000 in cash and in-kind supply donations were made by ACE Hardware, Daily Disposal, Dirty Birds, Discover PB, Dunn-Edwards, EDCO, Hammer & Nails, Home Depot, Hulquist Insurance, Marcie Beckett, PB Presbyterian Church, PB Shore Club, Sherwin Williams, Staples, Teasers Hair Salon, Trader Joes and Waste Management.
The picturesque cottage at 2525 Garnet Ave. was once the dining room of Braemar, the home of Frederick and Emma Scripps and the cultural hub of Pacific Beach in the early 20th century.
Known today as the Rose Creek Cottage, the charming Tudor structure remains a gathering place for weddings, receptions, baptisms, reunions, birthdays and memorial services. To help ensure that the cottage is around for future generations to mark their milestones, the Pacific Beach Town Council (PBTC) is sponsoring a fundraiser on Tuesday, Feb. 24, 6 p.m. at Lotsa Pasta, 1762 Garnet Ave. more »
The halls of the Mission Bay Yacht Club saw friends old and new come together to name board members and directors of the Pacific Beach Town Council during the boardâ€™s installation dinner and ceremony Jan. 16.
The council officially recognized board officers â€” including newly elected Town Council President Rose Galliher, and appointed Todd Brown as the Honorary Mayor of Pacific Beach.
â€œOne of the things I want to do is make sure all the different organizations work together because it takes all of us to work and make Pacific Beach beautiful,â€ Galliher said. more »
Rose Galliher, an 11-year resident of Pacific Beach, began her term as Pacific Beach Town Council president in January. She has been a member of the Town Council for 10 years and now has the opportunity to lead the organization.
The Pacific Beach Town Council invites the public to attend its annual installation dinner to introduce the councilâ€™s new officers and directors and to announce the honorary mayor for 2010. Rose Galliher will assume the helm as the president, and Ruby Houck will serve as vice-president. Jennifer Dreyfus will act as secretary. more »