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San Juan Capistrano Rotary Club members invited 16 marines from the city’s adopted regiment, the 1st Battalion, 11th Marines at Camp Pendleton, to their fifth annual golf tournament. Photo: Brian Park
San Juan Capistrano Rotary Club members invited 16 marines from the city’s adopted regiment, the 1st Battalion, 11th Marines at Camp Pendleton, to their fifth annual golf tournament. Photo: Brian Park

Compiled by Brian Park

The San Juan Capistrano Rotary Club raised around $23,000 from their fifth annual golf tournament at San Juan Hills Golf Club on June 13.

The money will go toward the club’s charitable projects and efforts, including the Boys & Girls Clubs of Capistrano Valley, the J.F. Shea Therapeutic Riding Center, Great Opportunities and college scholarships for local students. Last year, the tournament raised $18,000.

More than 130 golfers participated in the shotgun tournament, including 16 marines from the city’s adopted regiment, the 1st Battalion, 11th Marines at Camp Pendleton. The marines were sponsored by Rotarians.

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  • Thank you, Capistrano Dispatch for including San Juan Capistrano Rotary Club activities in your coverage. Your recognition encourages us and many others to live up to Rotary International’s motto: “Service Above Self.” Just imagine that motto at work spread across 1.2 million Rotarians in over 34,000 clubs in 200 countries. That’s Rotary!

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