Eureka’s Lost Coast Rotaract will be hosting the “Smash Out Hunger” Softball tournament to benefit Food for People’s Backpacks for Kids Program on Sunday June 26th at 10:00 am at Redwood Fields in Cutten. Come enjoy food, beer, and fun for the whole family while supporting a good cause. Registration is 20.00 per person, minimum 10 people per team. Get yourself signed up today by emailing email@example.com.
More than 50% of school children in Humboldt County are enrolled in the free or reduced-price breakfast and lunch programs when school is in session, but this food is not available on the weekends. The Backpacks for Kids program has been in operation since 2006 and provides a bag full of nutritious, kid-friendly food every Friday during the school year for local children living at risk for hunger. School teachers and administrators report that children who receive the weekend food packages no longer complain of hunger on Monday mornings and have fewer problems with attendance, concentration and behavior after participating in the Backpacks for Kids program.
Download a blank roster: SmashOutHungerRoster1.doc
“Four local rotaractors recently traveled to the other side of the world, embarking on a two week trip in Chittagong, Bangladesh. But it wasn’t your ordinary trip. Carly Robbins, Royce Buell, and Jamie Carroll of Lost Coast Rotaract and Cory Busher of North Bay Rotaract took a Rotaplast mission trip to help children suffering from cleft lip, palate and burns.”
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The newest quarterly Rotaract District 5130 newsletter is now available! Make sure you don’t miss out on anything. Lost Coast Rotaract Member Royce Buell helped contribute to a wonderful article about ROTEX!
This Saturday, Jan 16th, is the PacOut Green Team Samoa Beach Cleanup sponsored by us, Lost Coast Rotaract!
This cleanup will be a 60 minute beach/roadside event. We will meet at the Samoa Beach parking area at 8:45 am. At the intersection of Hwy 255 and New Navy Base Rd. go south and look for the first parking lot on the right.
Look forward to seeing everyone out there!
– See more at: http://www.pacificoutfitters.com/2016/01/02/11616-pacout-green-team-vs-samoa-beach-2/#sthash.9IivwqQc.dpuf
On Wednesday evening approximately 100 Eureka residents ages 16-30 attended the Next Generation Eureka (NGE) Meeting, organized by our very own member Delo Freitas. After a presentation about the City of Eureka, those in attendance were given the opportunity to share their input on the city’s General Plan and their own ideas for the future of Eureka.
*Pictured: Lost Coast Rotaract President Christine Tyson, sits with other attendees at a table with Architect Kash Boodjeh to discuss ideas for how space on the Eureka waterfront should be used at the Next Generation Eureka Kickoff meeting at the Wharfinger Building. Photo credit: Hunter Cresswell — The Times-Standard.
A committed group of dynamic young professionals dedicated to improving the local and international community!
The Lost Coast Rotaract is a service club for adults ages 18-30 that meets every Monday to discuss projects and ideas, plan activities and service projects, and get to know other young professionals. The club plans projects to help strengthen our community in Humboldt County, as well as international community.
Lost Coast Rotaract meets every Monday at 6:30 PM at Los Bagels, 410 G Street, Eureka, CA. Interested members are always welcome and encouraged to attend meetings.
Sponsored by the Rotary Club of Eureka, the Lost Coast Rotaract was started in 2010 by founding president Klark Swan. Lost Coast Rotaract has been a driving force in the Eureka and Humboldt community since the very beginning. Members have volunteered time to fundraise and support Humboldt CASA, Backpacks for Kids, Rampart Skate Park, North Coast Rape Crisis Team, Betty Kwan Chinn Outreach, the Jefferson Project, PacOut Green Team, Toys for Tots, and many other charitable organizations.
The Lost Coast Rotaract is comprised of members from diverse backgrounds who share the common goal to give back to the community in which they reside.
Check out what Eureka’s Lost Coast Rotaract has in store this year!
The LCR Strategic Plan is the product of two days worth of deliberation and introspection. We have big plans for this year and we rely on the generosity and overwhelming support of our community to make great things happen! Take a look at the link and find out how you can get involved by visiting our Membership page.