San Luis Obispo Bicycle Club recently donated $20,000 to Bike SLO County. The donation supports Bike SLO’s advocacy efforts and its bicycle safety and education classes — especially for elementary-age students. It also supports a new program to make SLO County residents aware of the dangers of distracted driving.
The SLO Bicycle Club plans and hosts two large organized bicycle rides each year, a Wildflower Ride in April and a Lighthouse Ride in September. Proceeds from the two rides allowed the club to make a total donation of $35,000 to Bike SLO County this year.
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At the recent Honor Flight reunion barbecue, donation appreciation plaques were given to Eric Daniels of PG&E and Grant Hoag of the George Hoag Family Foundation.
John Lindsay, PG&E meteorologist, center, presents the donation check to Honor Flight of the Central Coast board members, from left, Rich Power, Janice House, Jay Conner and Robert Tolan.
Photo by Loretta Borges
Phil Lang, left, from Bon Temps Creole Café, prepared a ham meal with all the trimmings for Thanksgiving dinner at the People’s Kitchen. The meal was served at the Prado Day Center. More than 80 people enjoyed the meal.
The Boys Scouts recently received a $5,000 donation from the Paso Robles Rotary Club. From left, Patrick Sayne, Lars Jorgensen, David Athey, Kermit Komm of the Boy Scouts, Jennifer Idler, Rick Goree and John Hamon accept the donation.