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Members of the San Clemente Rotary Club presented a $2,500 check to volunteers with Community Outreach Alliance during a food distribution event at an affordable housing community in Talega on April 30.
Rotarians, along with Councilmember Chris Duncan, spent the afternoon with the volunteers, lending a helping hand with the food giveaway event at Jamboree’s Mendocino at Talega apartment complex.
Second Harvest Food Bank and Amazon Fresh, through a partnership with Family Assistance Ministries, donate the food for the weekly event, Rotarian Tyler Boden explained.
The Club’s $2,500 contribution to COA, he said, kicked off the Thrive Alive program, which is meant to help transitional-aged youth gain skills and life experiences while promoting drug and alcohol awareness and prevention.