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Celebrate on the Bay December 10th

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[Posted on 05 Dec 2016]

Take Your Holiday Photos on Crystal Pier!

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[Posted on 16 Nov 2016]

Youth Athletic Fields At Risk; Here’s How To Help

San Diego is planning to redevelop the De Anza area on the northeast end of Mission Bay. The impacted area includes the Bob McEvoy Youth Fields, which are the headquarters for multiple Mission Bay Youth Sports leagues, including Mission Bay Youth Baseball (MBYB). There is no guarantee that these fields will be preserved for our youth use, and there’s a very real prospect that they may be lost in the revitalization effort.

The impact of that would be significant. At present there are almost 2,000 local youth players using those fields year round in three different community leagues. There are three baseball fields, one softball field and six soccer fields in that small complex. A loss of any fields would result in the downsizing, or outright elimination of the Mission Bay baseball and softball leagues and PYSL, and youth in the community would lose the opportunity to participate in affordable local non-profit youth sports leagues.  more »

[Posted on 02 Nov 2016]

Annual Harvest Wine Tasting is Nov. 12

Pacific Beach Community Foundation is hosting their annual Harvest Wine Tasting at the Broken Yolk on November 12 at 4:30 pm.  There will be more than 40 wines for tasting and auction along with a silent auction and of course, hors d’oeuvres. Call 858-270-2468 for more information and tickets. Tickets are $30 pre-sale and $50 at the door.

[Posted on 02 Nov 2016]

November Meeting: Pipeline & Bees

beesNikolas Kennedy from CityWorks will speak about the PB pipeline replacement project, and Mission Bay High School student Martina Pulido will talk about her project to save the bees in PB, at the November meeting of the PBTC.

The meeting starts at 6:30pm on Wednesday, November 16, at the Crown Point Jr Music Academy.

[Posted on 31 Oct 2016]

Save Mission Bay Park: NO on Measure J

Say “no” to more development in Mission Bay Park by voting against Measure J.

Download a PDF to learn more.

[Posted on 27 Oct 2016]

Join the PB Cleanup on Nov. 12

2016-11-cleanupCouncilmember Lorie Zapf invites everyone to a community cleanup event in PB on Saturday, Nov. 12.

Volunteers are needed, and water and snacks will be provided.  For more info, download the flyer.

[Posted on 19 Oct 2016]

Crime Is Up, Police Services Are Down

The October 19 monthly meeting of the PBTC will focus on how Prop 47 has contributed to having more criminals in our neighborhoods, more problems for the police, and increases in burglaries, drug dealing and break-ins.

Cynthia Chasen of the Police Captain Advisory Board will discuss how the problems will be magnified if Props 57 and 64, and Measure N, are passed.

City Attorney candidates Mara Elliott and Robert Hickey are also on the meeting agenda.

The meeting takes place at 6:30 pm at Crown Point Jr. Music Academy.

[Posted on 14 Oct 2016]

Concerned About Homelessness? Attend a Town Hall Meeting For Discussion

A “Town Hall Meeting” will provide a comprehensive discussion and balanced approach to homelessness in San Diego, taking place October 26 at the Town and Country hotel.

Download the flyer for more info.

[Posted on 14 Oct 2016]

PAESAN Goal Reached; Plan To Be There!

paesan-2015-630Thanks to many generous sponsors, we have reached our goal for the purchase of a Yamaha Viking for the beach team. Please join us at the event and meet the Heroes of 2016.  Above are the 2015 Honorees.

Purchase event tickets here for only $5 each.

[Posted on 22 Sep 2016]

MB Women Support Police And More

Members of the Mission Bay Women’s Club flank SD Police Chief Shelley Zimmerman at one of the Club’s three summer events when they feed police, firefighters, lifeguards and park rangers — on Memorial Day, Independence Day and Labor Day.  The PB Town Council is a financial supporter of the events.mbwomen-zimmerman-2

[Posted on 11 Sep 2016]

Todd Gloria To Speak At September Meeting

Councilmember Todd Gloria will address the PBTC membership at its September monthly meeting, to discuss his goals for addressing the concerns of San Diegans.

There will also be a report and discussion on Ballot Measure J, which affects the DeAnza Cove Revitalization Project, the Mission Day Park Master Plan, tidelands maintenance and the Mission Bay Park Improvement Fund.  Educate yourself on this important measure, which will be on the November ballot.

The meeting takes place at 6:30 on September 21st at the Crown Point Junior Music Academy.

[Posted on 11 Sep 2016]

Celebrate Otsukimi with Crown Point Jr. Music Academy

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[Posted on 05 Sep 2016]

Support Our Emergency Services Personnel With a P.A.E.S.A.N Donation

yamaha-vikingPacific Beach could not operate without our Emergency Services personnel – join us in saying “Thanks!” at the community picnic on Sept. 28th. For this event we honor our first responders.

This year, we are raising funds to purchase a replacement Yamaha Viking at a cost of $14,000 for the San Diego Police Beach Team. Update: As of August 30, we have raised $9,000 and $5,000 more is needed. Please consider donating to this cause and plan to attend the community picnic.

You can become a donor or buy event tickets online — click here. Or send a check to the PBTC Office at 1706 Garnet Ave. San Diego, CA 92109. Call us at 858-483-6666 for more information.

All of our donors will receive a listing in all print media and on our website, signage at the event, and tickets to the event, based on contribution level.

  • Seahorse: $5,000 and 10 tickets
  • Starfish: $3,000 and 8 tickets
  • Sand Dollar: $2,000 and 6 tickets
  • Sea Shell: $1,000 and 4 tickets
  • Porpoise: $500 and 4 tickets
  • Century: $100 and 2 tickets
  • Half-Century: $50 and 2 tickets

Please consider donating and helping the Beach Team get their vehicle!

[Posted on 20 Aug 2016]

Plan Now to Enjoy the 36th Annual P.A.E.S.A.N.

Wednesday, September 28th is the date of the 36th annual Police and Emergency Services Appreciation Night, or P.A.E.S.A.N. This community picnic will take place at the North Crown Point Shores Rotary Club Pavilion, with a BBQ dinner provided by:

  • OMBAC
  • Sprouts
  • Trader Joe’s
  • PB Woman’s Club
  • American Legion PB Post
  • PB Town Council

Tickets are only $5 each, and children under 12 are free! Click here to purchase tickets or call 858-483-6666 to order now.

Download the P.A.E.S.A.N. flyer now for more details.

[Posted on 15 Jul 2016]