Awards & Recognition
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Earth Day and Coastal Cleanup Day: The Pacifica Beach Coalition received certificates from Jerry Hill and the Certificate of Proclamation from Jackie Speier along with a $3,000 check from Don Horsley, our County Supervisor.
Fog Fest Parade Most Creative Group: The Pacifica Beach Coalition was awarded Most Creative Group for the “March of the Bees” which buzzswam down Palmetto Avenue to celebrate the bees and show pride for a cleaner Pacific Coast! The PBC was also received a $100 check.
Chicken of the Sea’s Great American Gratitude Award: The Pacifica Beach Coalition received a whale of a surprise with an $10,000 award from Chicken of the Sea’s Great American Gratitude campaign celebrating their Centennial which honored 100 individuals, causes and organizations that are making a difference. Check out KTVU’s “Bay Area People.”
Outstanding Community Organization: The Pacifica Beach Coalition received “2013 Outstanding Community Organization” from the Pacifica Chamber of Commerce during its 2014 Awards Ceremony & Installation Dinner. The San Mateo County of Supervisors and Congresswoman Jackie Speier also presented commendations to the Coalition during the ceremony.
Assemblyman Jerry Hill Honors Pacifica Beach Coalition: Assemblyman Jerry Hill honored the Pacifica Beach Coalition with the 19th Assembly District’s Environmental Leadership Award for many years of volunteer service in the community. Hill presented the award during “Java with Jerry,” a community gathering on October 27 at Mazzetti’s Bakery in Pacifica. “San Mateo County is rich in natural beauty, and some of its greatest treasures are here in Pacifica, with its more than six miles of beaches and shoreline habitats,” Hill said. “Much of it is staggeringly beautiful, and were it not for some key organizations in the community and their members, those very beaches could well be a staggering mess. Today, I’d like to recognize an organization that has been a great environmental leader, working with the city and residents – that’s the Pacifica Beach Coalition.”
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