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PB Town Council begins membership drive — The all-volunteer Pacific Beach Town Council (PBTC), a key driver in the community since 1951, is launching its annual May membership drive to encourage community involvement and input. 

According to PBTC officials, the organization’s member who brings in the most new members in the month of May will win a $100 gift certificate to The Patio restaurant on Lamont Street. Potential new members need only to sign up on the PBTC website at www.pbtowncouncil.org and write in the PBTC member’s name as the referral member.

Benefits for new members include:

• voting on community issues

• meet elected officials

• interaction with representatives of city services like police, fire, lifeguards and other entities

• getting community questions answered

• engaging with active community members

• a monthly newsletter detailing activities in the community

• monthly Sundowner and Dineout mixers at great Pacific Beach restaurants

The annual membership cost to join the Pacific Beach Town Council is $30 for an individual or family; $50 for businesses.

For more information, call

(858) 483-6666, or visit www.pbtowncouncil.org.

World Water Day comes to Mission Bay — To acknowledge the UN-sanctioned World Water Day and raise awareness about the global water crisis, PCI (Project Concern International) is leading the fifth annual San Diego Walk for Water. The 5k walk will be held at Tecolote Shores in Mission Bay on Sunday, April 28 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.

 During the walk, participants can carry buckets of water to simulate the journey that women and children make every day in developing countries to obtain water. Registration is open to the public and is $20 per person. Donations and proceeds from the event will go toward funding water systems for remote water-deprived regions and PCI’s lifesaving programs around the world. To register or for more information, visit www.pci-global.org/w4w-2013.
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