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Good News about the Questers de Tolosa, Central Coast Corsa and the Paso Robles Lions Club

The Paso Robles Lions Club recently donated $500 to the Boys and Girls Club of North San Luis Obispo County. Lions Club members Joel Zwick, left, and Dan Meineke, right, presented the celebratory check to Kate Morgans, CEO of the Boys and Girls Club.
The Paso Robles Lions Club recently donated $500 to the Boys and Girls Club of North San Luis Obispo County. Lions Club members Joel Zwick, left, and Dan Meineke, right, presented the celebratory check to Kate Morgans, CEO of the Boys and Girls Club.

San Luis Obispo

The San Luis Obispo chapter of the International Questers Organization recently celebrated its 25th anniversary with a gathering of active members at the Jack House and a luncheon hosted by Marie Ann Werner and Lou Miller.

The Questers mission is to collect, study and encourage the preservation and restoration of landmarks and objects of human history.

The group has completed many projects in its 25-year history, including furnishing the Port San Luis Lighthouse, purchasing vintage dress forms for the SLO County History Center, and restoring and reframing original artwork associated with the Dallidet Adobe. The club also purchased and assisted in hanging period wallpaper for the adobe.

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Central Coast Corsa, a club dedicated to the restoration and enjoyment of Corvair automobiles, recently donated $770 to Friends of Prado Day Center.

The donation was the entire profit from the group’s annual VairFest, an Arroyo Grande event that draws Corvair owners and aficionados from all over the state.

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