Immortalize your dog on calendar

Now is the time to submit photos of Pacifica dogs for the 2022 “Dog Days of Pacifica” calendar benefiting the Rockaway Ricky Memorial Fund.

The calendar is a remembrance of sorts of Ricky, the dog belonging to Christine Stahl. Money raised from the calendar assists pets belonging to seniors, the unhoused and others in need in Pacifica and are distributed through the Pacifica Resource Center, according to the Lommori Stahl Group, which sponsors the calendar.

Send a quality photo of your dog plus $25 through pacificans-care.com/donate. For details, email RockawayRicky@gmail.com.

Recreation commission meets Wednesday

The city of Pacifica Parks, Beaches and Recreation Commission meets at 6 p.m. tonight, March 24, via videoconference.

The evening’s work begins with a study session into the city’s Heritage Tree Preservation ordinance. A regularly scheduled meeting follows at 7; there were not specific issues listed on the agenda.

To participate via Zoom, visit: https://zoom.us/j/95832189618 .

Man rescued at Mori Point

North County rescue crews successfully pulled a man to safety from a cliff at Mori Point on March 17.

Firefighters rappelled roughly 50 feet down the rock wall and then lifted him to safety. The unidentified man was treated at the scene for minor injuries and transported to an area hospital for further care, according to a release from the North County Fire Authority.

‘Beach Bites' kicks off

The Pacifica Economic Development Committee has launched its “Beach Bites" Bingo game, hosted by the Pacifica Chamber of Commerce.

It works like this. Players download a Bingo card and dine at area restaurants to earn a square. Patrons attach the receipts after filling a row completed in any direction and submit it. Every two weeks, the committee will draw a winner who will receive a gift card that can be used at Pacifica restaurants or retailers.

For more information and a card, visit https://visitpacifica.com/beachbitesbingo/ . Questions may be directed to pacificafun@gmail.com.

—   from staff reports

— from staff reports

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