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It is ALL about WHAT WE DO  
The Rotary Club of Half Moon Bay is in District 5150 - for more information about District 5105, open the link in the menu bar.
Club Information
Welcome to our Club! We meet in person at the HMB Library (or join us on Zoom.)  But check below in case there is a special venue.
We meet In Person
Thursdays at 12:00 PM
HMB Library
620 Correas St
Half Moon Bay, CA 94019
United States of America
Any guest who wishes to join us for our meetings at the Library or on Zoom is very welcome! Please contact President KRYSTLYN GIEDT at: hmb.rotary.president@gmail.com for the link to the Zoom meeting or more information about the in-person meeting.
The Details

Date - June 8, 2023
Time - 5:30 p.m.
Location - San Benito Cantina, Half Moon Bay
The Program
Time to Socialize 
Krystlyn Giedt
2022/23 President
Rotary Club of Half Moon Bay
Upcoming Calendar...
  • June 8, 2023 5:30 PM - Social @ San Benito Cantina
  • June 15, 2023 12 Noon - Club Meeting - Starting the Preparations for Magic of the Coastside Lobster Feed
  • June 22, 2023 12 Noon - TBD
  • June 29, 2023 12 Noon - DeBunking, Catered Luncheon at Library
District 5150 Assembly 2023 
Introduction of 2023-24 HMB Rotary Club President Liz Schuck
Introduction of HMB PP and District 5150 President Elect Nominee Mitone Griffiths
Club Members at Work on Community Projects
2023 Update
Rotary Crew Working Hard at the Annual Coastside Senior Yard Rehab Project
Dennis and Susan, Liz and Teri , Rose, plus Chris and Ann at the home of Mickey Williamson. 
Club Members Helping in Mexico
Joe reported that they were back and had a successful and fun trip. The group of seven (Kevin O’Brien, Bill Johnston and wife, Austin Stowell, EJ Dieterle and wife, Rose Mortilla, Jim Holley* and myself) achieved our goals of helping at Dr. Nancy Harris’s Freed Clinic, and also having some fun things around La Paz and crossing over to the Pacific coast to see many Gray Whale cows and calves in the lagoon there. They will give a more detailed presentation to the Club when photos (and alibis) organized.
They did take $700 worth of Children’s multi vitamins and prenatal vitamins to be distributed. They also bought $700 worth of supplies for our work day at the clinic.
They attended the meetings of two of La Paz’s five Rotary Clubs which was good social grace for them and great networking for Nancy and her staff, Francoise and Adriana.
* Jim Holley is a wonderful man Joe knows from his large role in Red Cross and from Odd Fellows. Jim was an international executive in HR and is proficient in Spanish. He is not a Rotarian but fit and pitched right in.
Cooking Breakfast Monthly in Support of Abundant Grace's Community Outreach
We are once again able to help out with Abundant Grace in this essential program for those who are underserved in our community. The crew for the month of May below:  (Susan Kealey and Dennis Fisher, Heather Bodman, Rose Serdy, Paul Wrubel, Warren Barmore. and Joe Brennan (not in the picture). Thanks to Joe for getting our crews organized. 
Monthly Contribution to Coastside Hope Families Project
Mary, Ginger, Heather in Mary's driveway getting the supplies packed and then Doug delivering them to Coastside Hope's Caitlen Vreeburg, Development and Operations Director.