Resources in Motion (RIM), a mobile family resource center, visits the Boys & Girls Club on Feb. 27. It will come again March 28.

Resources in Motion (RIM), a mobile family resource center, visits the Boys & Girls Club on Feb. 27. It will come again March 28. (Courtesy Boys & Girls Club)

Resources in Motion (RIM), a mobile family resource center, will now come to the Boys & Girls Club on the fourth Friday of each month, according to a news release from the club.

RIM is operated by the Raise Foundation and offers programs and services that deal with family advocacy, domestic violence prevention, nutrition, diabetes education and treatment, and obesity, according to the release.

RIM first arrived in Laguna on Feb. 27, when a representative from Kaiser Permanente helped families with questions about health insurance and enrollment. In addition, representatives from Latino Health Access came to help families with mental health support and workshops.

"We are delighted to be chosen by the Raise Foundation as a site for their RIM program," Terry Anne Barman, the club's Early Childhood and Family Services director, said in a statement.

RIM's next visit will be from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. March 28. Services are open to children and residents of all ages. For more information, call Barman at (949) 494-2535 ext. 107 or e-mail terryanneb@bgclaguna.org.

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Club members, staff march in parade

More than 50 members and staff of the Boys & Girls Club marched in the Patriots Day Parade on March 3.

Members of the Even Start Preschool, TLC and the Main Branch made their way down Park Avenue, chanting "Boys and Girls Club!" as parade viewers cheered them on.

"We are so grateful to be part of such a wonderful community and would like to thank everyone for their support and dedication to our kids," Pamela Estes, executive director for the club, said in a statement.

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Learning center to hold dinner fundraiser

The Community Learning Center will be holdings its annual dinner/fundraiser from 6 to 10 p.m. March 31 at Pacific Edge Hotel.

The center, which operates out of Top of the World Elementary School, "promotes ideals that include community service, character development, social awareness with a global perspective, conflict resolution, and more," according to its website.

The fundraiser will be held at the hotel's Surf Cabanas and will include a silent auction and a raffle for a private cabana and dinner for two at The Deck restaurant in the hotel.

Tickets are $55.

If you want to attend or have items to donate to the silent auction, call Sabrina Yeh at (949) 294-5309.

Pacific Edge Hotel is at 647 S. Coast Hwy.

—Kelly Parker

Twitter: @KellyParkerTCN