Pismo Beach, CA (PRWEB) July 01, 2011
The Pismo Beach\Five Cities Rotary Club announces that Ashlea Boyer ascended to the Presidency of the Rotary Club of Pismo Beach\Five Cities.
“I am very excited to lead this wonderful group of volunteer business leaders in our community,” says Ashlea Boyer, President of the Pismo Beach Rotary Club, “we’ll focus on our $15,000 annual charity contributions as well as our 20+ community improvement programs.”
Ashlea is a native of Pismo Beach, an Alumni of Arroyo Grande High School, and the University of California at Santa Barbara, graduating with a degree in English Literature in 1995.
Ashlea is a leader in the real estate industry, her team the PismoHomes.com team, has been awarded the gold and silver level awards consistently over the past 6 years with Keller Williams Realty. In 2011 Ashlea was presented with the "Top 20 Under 40" award by the San Luis Obispo County Community Foundation for her professional excellence and profound commitment to the community.
Ashlea lives in Arroyo Grande, California with her husband and son and she enjoys running on the beach, volunteering, snowboarding and the occasional scuba diving. She serves on the board of the the Clark Center for the Performing Arts, and many other community non-profit organizations.
The Rotary Club of Pismo Beach\Five Cities is one of three Rotary Clubs in South San Luis Obispo County. We have 60 business leaders who are committed to improving life in our community and around the world. We have 20+ projects that we sponsor and organize every year for the benefit of our community, including Youth Soccer tournaments, Christmas party for under privileged families, ethics education program and many others. If you are interested in help your community and would like to volunteer, please contact our Membership Chairman: Mark Olson (805) 459-6899.
Rotary, a global network of community volunteers, is one of the largest and most influential international humanitarian service organizations worldwide. Founded in Chicago on February 23, 1905, today over 1.2 million members belong to 33,000 Rotary clubs in more than 200 countries and geographical areas.
Rotary members, as volunteers, conduct projects to address today’s humanitarian challenges, including illiteracy, disease, hunger, poverty, lack of clean water, and environmental concerns while encouraging high standards in all vocations. Rotary members strive to build goodwill and peace, and provide humanitarian service in their communities and throughout the world.
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