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Please support our First Responders who will be working long hours to serve our community this upcoming holiday weekend.


Belmont Park Community 5K - On Sunday September 17th Belmont Park will hold a Community 5K run or walk. The proceeds of this event will go towards supporting Team Parker For Life, a local charity whose mission is to raise awareness of childhood cancer, support cancer research, and be a voice for the children in their fight against these horrific diseases. https://teamparker4life.org/


Participants will enjoy stunning views of Mission Beach, the iconic Giant Dipper Roller Coaster and all that the community has to offer. In this exciting new event, participants can choose to either run or walk the 5K course, making it accessible to individuals of all fitness levels. Whether you’re a seasoned runner aiming for a personal best or someone looking to enjoy a leisurely stroll, there’s a place for everyone in the Belmont Park 5K.

As an added bonus, each registered participant will receive a complimentary wristband ($60 value) that grants access to all the exhilarating rides and attractions at Belmont Park! After conquering the 5K course and crossing the finish line, you can continue the day by exploring the park’s wonders. Not to mention, Belmont Park will be transformed into its annual Fall Festival complete with fun activations, photo opportunities for the whole family and seasonal menu items you can only experience once a year!

To register for the event or find more information go to https://raceroster.com/events/2023/62471/belmont-park-5k


PAESAN - SAVE THE DATE - September 27th. 4:00 to 6:30

Police And Emergency Services Appreciation Night — “PAESAN” — is an annual tradition in Pacific Beach going back more than 40 years. It’s a community BBQ and awards ceremony honoring the first responders who serve our community, taking place one evening every September. It’s also a fundraiser. Each year a group is honored and supported — rotating among lifeguards, firefighters, park rangers and police. Typically PBTC purchases items that are needed but not funded by the current City budget. This year’s 43rd annual PAESAN honors our city’s Park Rangers and will take place on September 27th, 2023 from 4:00 – 6:30 pm, at North Crown Point Shores Rotary Club Pavilion (3700 Corona Oriente Road, just off Crown Point Drive at Moorland Drive).

Your MBTC membership dues help support this event.


If you are not a current member of the MBTC or wish to make a donation please go to https://www.missionbeachtowncouncil.org/join-donate

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