San Luis Obispo
San Luis Obispo Rotarians and community members recently gathered for a ribbon-cutting at Rancho El Chorro Outdoor School to celebrate the completion of a new amphitheater stage at the school.
All three Rotary Clubs in San Luis Obispo (Rotary Club of SLO, Daybreak and Tolosa) partnered to rebuild the amphitheater stage at Rancho El Chorro School this spring. The new stage is double the size of the old one and includes an added acoustic overhang.
Rancho El Chorro School is an outdoor education school for children from local and regional school districts.
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Coast Little League, which includes players from Cambria, Cayucos, Morro Bay and Los Osos, gave awards at its closing ceremonies June 3. The awards go to players who work hard, have positive attitudes, show leadership and good sportsmanship, and have a true love for baseball.
▪ Morgan Codron received the Coast Little League Sportsman of the Year.
▪ Jonathan Sze received the Dominic Riolo Award for a Los Osos Player.
▪ Aiden Casper received the Kniffen Award for a Cambria Player.
▪ Nick Johnson received the Silacci Award for a Morro Bay or Cayucos Player.
The San Luis Obispo County YMCA recently received a donation of $5,062.50 from Heart to Heart Real Estate in Paso Robles. The money will help support youth programs and the Y’s financial assistance program. Heart to Heart Real Estate commits 50 percent of each sale commissions to benefit a local nonprofit selected by their real estate client.
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