|Civic Organizations and Clubs||
|PB Historical Society||Earl & Birdie Taylor Library|
|PB Woman's Club||Friends of Rose Creek|
|PB Planning Group||Discover Pacific Beach|
|Beach Improvement Group (BIG)||PB Service Club Listing|
Dues are $15.00 per year, which pays for the monthly newsletter.
Meetings are held quarterly, in the Community Room
of the Earl & Birdie Taylor Library, 4275 Cass Street
For more information go to:
call John Fry at 858-272-6655 or
Email at email@example.com
The Earl & Birdie Taylor Library of Pacific Beach
Branch of the San Diego Public Library
4275 Cass Street San Diego, CA 92109
Phone (858) 581-9934
Sunday 1-5 p.m.
Mondays through Thursdays 9:30 a.m. - 8 p.m.
Friday and Saturday 9:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m.
Children's Story Time
Tuesdays, 10:30 a.m.
Friends Book Sales, Wednesdays 12 - 5 p.m.
And Saturdays, 12-4 p.m.
Your donations of gently used books and magazines are turned into cash for
Keep them coming. Many thanks.
Visit our Rental Collection of Best Selling Books.
Silent Auction of collectible books all month.
Friends meeting, 2nd Mon. 4 p.m.
Pacific Beach Town Council Board meeting
1st Wed., Membership meeting 3rd Wed. 7 p.m.
Art Exhibition in the Community Room all month. Open daily.
Internet Instruction with Sam Gilmore. Mondays 6:30 p.m.
Pacific Beach Planning Committee 4th Wednesday 6:30 p.m.
Book Discussion Group 4th Wed. 6;30 p.m.
PB Chess Club, Saturdays 1-4:30 p.m.
Pacific Beach Woman's Club
1721 Hornblend St.
San Diego, CA 92109
The mission of the PB Woman's Club shall be to unify the civic, cultural
educational advancement of the members; to encourage humanitarian efforts;
to work for the social welfare and moral improvement of the community and to
participate in the program and activities of all levels of the Federation.
The PB Woman's Club supports Mission Bay HS by awarding two $1000
scholarships each year to graduating seniors. It also supports Stand
Up For Kids, a drop-in center for homeless teens, participates in PB
community events, and supports a variety of other charities.
One of the ways the PBWC is able to continue its community programs is through the rental of the beautiful Hornblend Hall.
The Hornblend "Women's Club" Hall is available for rentals for up to 200
Due to community involvement Hornblend Hall has been designated a historical monument.
For information about the facility call 858-882-7729 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org
|Bunko - Last Wednesday of every month at 7pm.
Third Wednesday in November and dark in December.
|Annual Fashion Show and Tea each spring.|
|Twice a year bake sales.|
|First Saturday in September, a potluck luncheon and 'welcome back.'|
|First Wednesday in December, Christmas potluck and gift exchange.|
|First Saturday in June, Potluck Luncheon to close out the year.|
The PBPG was formed and is recognized by the San Diego
City Council to advise the City in preparing, adopting, and implementing
or amending the general or community plan for Pacific Beach. The committee's
responsibilities are available on the City of San Diego's website (www.sandiego.gov).
The committee is comprised of two elected residential representatives from
each census tracts in Pacific Beach. The commercial district is represented
by five elected local business owners.
Are you interested in serving at least two years on the Pacific Beach Planning Group (PBPG)?
Elections for the PBPG will be held March 28th, 2012 at the PB library. Candidates for the board must have attended at least one meeting in 2011, or attend the January 2012 meeting. There are two types of candidate positions, residential and business/commercial. Potential candidates must complete and return the election packet by March 14th.
Please refer to the PBPG By-Laws for complete details.
If you would like an election packet, or you have any questions, please contact Damon Westwood at 858-922-9019 or by email at email@example.com.
The monthly meeting is the 4th Wednesday of each month at 6:30 PM. Meeting agendas and announcements are posted on this website 72 hours prior to the meeting and monthly minutes are posted within 14 days.
Traffic, Streets, Parking, and Oversize Vehicle Ordiance
Chair: Paul Falcone
Meetings are held on the second Wednesday of the month at Discover PB Office, 1503 Garnet Ave, 92109
(after the PB Planning Board)
Traffic Sub-Committee Agenda
A standing subcommittee of the PBPG which reviews construction projects in Pacific Beach. After reviewing the project with the project representative, this subcommittee presents a recommendation based on City Comments, Building Codes, and The Community Plan to the PBPG.
Chair: Curtis Patterson and Clif Smith
Meetings are held second Thursday of each month at 12pm at the PB Library
All meetings are at the Pacific Beach Library unless otherwise noted.
If you have questions, please call the PBPG's Chairperson, John Shanon
Who We Are
The Friends of Rose Creek is an advocacy group working to creating a
healthy eco-system for plants, animals and humans along Rose Creek from
Highway 52 to Mission Bay while improving public access and recreational
opportunities along this critical wetlands corridor.
We are an all-volunteer group consisting of local residents, business owners and environmental activists, the group organizes nature hikes, bird walks, picks up trash and removes invasive species. A lack of city provided trashcans, upstream trash washing ashore along the banks, and urban runoff leaves Rose Creek struggling to provide a healthy home to a wide range of fish and bird species. What goes wrong with Rose Creek literally spills into Mission Bay between Campland-On-The-Bay and De Anza Cove.
The Friends' goal is to have the lower portion of the creek added to Marian
Bear Memorial Park and Mission Bay Park so that resource management and
recreational opportunities take precedence for both short and long-term
planning and management. Achieving this goal will allow the communities of
University City and Claremont to have non-motorized access to Mission Bay
Park, create a model watershed ecosystem in the heart of Pacific Beach and
Rose canyon, and give our children a place to teach their children about
the amazing flora and fauna that was once abundant in this area.
Join the Friends of Rose Creek on the Second Saturday of every month
from 10 AM until Noon while we work on The Nature Schools native plant interpretive
garden behind Rose Creek Cottage. Enjoy weeding, watering and planting native species
and get involved with your creek and your community. Well have snacks and beverages.
Easy one to two hours project great for children of all ages.
The Friends of Rose Creek meets the meet the Second Wednesday of every
month from, 6:30 to 8:30 pm. at the Pacific Beach Recreation Center, 1405
Diamond Street (one block south of Ingraham @ Gresham/Diamond) enter
building from Gresham St.
Karin Zirk 848-405-7503 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Faye Ostergaard, Program Manager
Discover Pacific Beach (Pacific Beach Business Improvement District)
1503 Garnet Avenue San Diego, CA 92109
Phone: (858) 273-3303 Fax: (858) 581-6748
San Diego Beach Improvement Group (BIG) is a non-profit dedicated to keeping our beaches clean,
safe and well-maintained and supporting the sport of volleyball in San Diego.
Currently we are building our team and creating events and other activities that incorporate local businesses
and people who are passionate about the beach. These events include beach volleyball, beach clean-ups and
other team building events. If you or your company are interested in being a part of our mission,
please contact us at SanDiegoBIG@san.rr.com or 619-888-6743.
San Diego BIG, 9974 Scripps Ranch Blvd., #530, San Diego,
OUR WEB SITE
(best for most current updates from BIG)
WHOS INVOLVED: BOARD OF DIRECTORS
|Bruk Vandeweghe||PRESIDENT/FOUNDER OF SOUTH MISSION BEACH SPORTS PARK|
|Mark Antis||VP/VOLLEYBALL TOURNAMENT DIRECTOR/MORTGAGE CONSULTANT|
|Diane Yoshida||SECRETARY/BEACH VOLLEYBALL ENTHUSIAST|
|Laura Hendrickson||EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR FOR SMBSP AND SAN DIEGO BIG|
|Dave Behar||FOUNDER OF THE DIGSTER SIX ON THE BEACH CHAMPIONSHIPS, ION® SPORTS NETWORK|
|Bill VanDeWeghe||FINANCIAL AND BUSINESS PLANNER|
|Pat Valentino||LEGAL CONSULTANT/EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OF THE WOLF CENTER|
|Jeanne Kestly||VOLLEYBALL ENTHUSIAST/INTERIOR DESIGNER|
|Laura Ratto||PRO VOLLEYBALL PLAYER/SPORT AND EXERCISE PSYCHOLOGY CONSULTANT, SDSU|
|Bill Walton||South Mission Beach Sports Park is a way for me to give back to San Diego, a community that has brought me so much joy throughout the years that I,ve lived here.|
South Mission Beach Sportspark, 10762 Charbono Ter, San Diego, CA 92131.
Sponsored by: .
www.HomeAssetMortgage.com Bill Laney 619-667-4747
Beach Improvement Group
and Donation form
Please contact Laura Hendrickson, Executive Director for
San Diego BIG
SanDiegoBIG@san.rr.com or 619-888-6743
Tuesdays: 6:30 p.m.
Pacific Beach Rec. Center,
1405 Diamond St.
(619) 523-9274 Debbie Roes
PB Toastmasters Web Page
|Mission Beach Rotary Club
Mondays: 12:00 p.m., $16.00 for lunch
Catamaran Hotel, 3999 Mission Blvd.
Charlie Shaw at 858-488-1311
|PB Kiwanis Club
Thursdays, 7:30 p.m.
Broken Yoke Restaurant
1851 Garnet Ave.
858-273-3812: Dick Turner
|PB Lions Club
EveryWednesday , Noon.
China Inn, 877 Hornblend St.
858-276-2431; Dick Beaver
|PB Community Planning Committee
4th Wednesday of the month, 6:30 p.m.
Earl & Birdie Taylor Library
858-270-3609 ; Kathy Mateer
|Soroptimist International Mission Bay
1st & 3rd Thursday of the month, 6:00 p.m.
Coco's Restaurant Sports Arena.
858-569-4111: Virginia Ash-Crouse
|PB Surf Club
4th Wednesday of the month,
PB Rec. Center: Craft Room
858-273-7827: Glenn Paculba
|PB Woman's Club
1st Wednesday of the month, 7:00 p.m.
PB Woman's Clubhouse,
1721 Hornblend St.
858-274-0157: Dolores Braden, President
|Pacific Beach Town Council
3rd Wednesday of the month,
858-483-6666: Lori Nelson
|PB Garden Club
2nd Monday of the month, 1:00 p.m.
PB Rec. Center
858-272-9727: Michiko Munda
|Friends of the PB Library
2nd Monday of the month,
PB Library, 858-581-9934
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