Vaccination clinic at Cecelia’s Closet
The Edward Boss Prado Foundation will host a Covid-19 vaccination clinic for patients aged 12 and over at the association’s headquarters at Cecelia’s Closet & Food Pantry, from 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. on September 18. Cecelia’s Closet is located at 35 Peebles Ave., Morgan Hill. No appointment is necessary and vaccinations are free.
Energy efficiency workshop for homeowners
Attend a free homeowner energy efficiency and electrification webinar on September 23 from 6:30 p.m. to 7:45 p.m. for residents of South County. The webinar will feature presentations from the City of Morgan Hill, BayREN Home +, Silicon Valley Clean Energy, Bay Area SunShares and others to help make the home energy improvement process a snap. This webinar is perfect for South County homeowners exploring:
– Energy efficiency improvements
– Home electrification – switch from gas to electrical appliances
– Solar storage and residential battery
– Discounts and financing options
RSVP today at SouthCountyRebates2021.eventbrite.com. If you cannot attend this webinar, call a Home Energy Advisor at (866) 878-6008 or visit BayRENresidential.org to learn more about BayREN Home + and start your home improvement journey.
The center for the elderly reopens
The City of Morgan Hill has announced that the lobby at the Seniors Center at Centennial Recreation Center, 171 W. Edmundson Ave., will reopen for limited socializing and programming starting September 14, 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. on Tuesdays. and Thursdays. Safety is a priority and Covid-19 protocols will be in place.
For more information call 408.782.1284 or visit www.mholderadults.com.
Rotary club accepts grant applications
The Morgan Hill Rotary Club is once again looking to team up and provide financial support to other local nonprofits who are working to make the Morgan Hill community a better place. Over the years, the Rotary Club of Morgan Hill, through its annual Community Grant and Hearts of Rotary programs, has provided financial support to local nonprofit organizations that run free clinics, distribute food to those in need, help buy school supplies, teach children about fun and appreciation of art, provide musical concerts at senior care facilities, educate the community about and rehabilitate wildlife by endangered and offer our community the festivities of July 4th.
The Morgan Hill Rotary Club, established in 1955, is part of Rotary International, an international service organization whose stated human rights goal is to bring together business leaders and professionals to provide humanitarian service, to encourage high ethical standards in all professions and to help build goodwill and world peace, says a press release from the local club. There are approximately 1.2 million Rotarians who belong to more than 33,000 clubs in more than 200 countries and regions.
For more information on the Morgan Hill Rotary Club, visit MorganHillRotary.org.
Morgan Hill native named to president’s list
Thao Le Truong, of Morgan Hill, has been named to Georgia State University’s President’s List for the summer semester 2021. To be eligible for the President’s List during the summer semester, students seeking A degree with a minimum Georgia State University GPA of 2.00 must achieve a GPA of 4.0 for the semester and complete at least six academic credit hours with no incomplete.
LeTip Local Chapter Celebrates 30th Anniversary
Morgan Hill florist Amy Osako-Aochi, restaurant owner Rosy Bergin and lawyer J. Randall Toch, along with 15 other local small business owners, are members of Morgan Hill’s LeTip, a business networking group. with a unique structure to generate quality sales to business referrals in non-competitive sectors.
This week Morgan Hill’s LeTip celebrated his 30th anniversary of building a business relationship. Morgan Hill’s LeTip is a chapter of the world’s largest private business referral network, LeTip International.
With 15 members in industries such as finance, real estate, travel and insurance, the chapter’s goal is to help all members achieve their business goals through the simple strategy of building relationships and giving references.
“With 30 years of revenue, LeTip members of Morgan Hill know the role that strong networking relationships can play in helping small businesses grow through real referrals,” said Kim Marie Branch-Pettid, CEO and owner of LeTip. “We congratulate our members at Morgan Hill for making this milestone, especially after such a difficult year for small businesses. “
All members of LeTip of Morgan Hill are responsible for regularly exchanging business advice between other members. Only one representative of a given profession is accepted in a chapter, so referrals and advice for any service or product are routed to that member representing that industry.
Morgan Hill’s LeTip Chapter is accepting new members and meets at Rosy’s at the Beach every Wednesday at 7 a.m. to exchange qualified leads and build business relationships with other professionals in the area. Those interested can visit LeTip from Morgan Hill’s website at https://letip.com/chapter-details/?id=422.
LeTip is open to those working in virtually any industry, including home services and real estate, banking and finance, health and medicine, insurance, travel, fitness, business services, law, public relations, event planning, creative services, technology, etc. .