TRINIDAD CIVIC CLUB
Wondering What Happened to the Trinidad Memorial Lighthouse?
Coastal erosion made it necessary to relocate the Lighthouse. The Cher-ae Heights Indian Community of the Trinidad Rancheria came to the Trinidad Civic Club’s rescue when they offered a temporary location on their harbor property at the base of Trinidad Head. The Trinidad Civic Club is conducting a major fundraising campaign to build a permanent site for our Memorial Lighthouse commemorating the memory of those lost or buried at sea.
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Look for Trinidad Civic Club fundraisers at the Trinidad Fish Festival on Father's Day, June16th! Click on the links to view posters for more details.
Pirate "Booty" Shoppe (In front of the Town Hall): 11 am - 5 pm. Check out our collection of "Bling" jewelry and accessories donated by members and friends to raise money for the Memorial Lighthouse Project. We'll also be selling Lighthouse Memorabilia: Baseball hats, aprons, greeting cards, etc.
Flea Market (inside the Town Hall): 9 am - 4 pm. New fundraiser this year! Fourteen vendors will be offering bargain and unique items for sale. Be sure to check out the Civic Club booth near the piano.
Dessert Cafe (Inside the Civic Club Room): 10 am - 4 pm. Traditional fundraiser for our scholarships for the last 40 - 50 years. Our ladies bake awesome desserts!
ABOUT THE TRINIDAD CIVIC CLUB
The Club is a non-profit community service organization devoted to civic improvement, stewardship of the Memorial Lighthouse, child welfare, education, and the promotion of harmonious community spirit.