- Albacore Enchiladas - January 31, 2015 - pick up time 1PM to 5PM at the Morro Bay Community Center, Kennedy Way, Morro Bay. The albacore is west coast troll caught by local fishermen. The corn tortillas are made with green sauce and the flour tortillas are made with red sauce. They are $10 a tray and there are four enchiladas to a tray. If you would like to reserve an order, please call Sharon at 674-4854 or Jackie at 772-8281. This year we will have a 50-50 drawing at the door. Each ticket is $1.00 or six tickets for $5.00. The winner will receive one-half of the proceeds collected for the 50-50 drawing.
- We are nearing the final phase of our fundraising drive for the Fishermen's Family Sculpture (seen at the right). CCWF is soliciting individual or group sponsorships which will be permanently acknowledged at the sculpture location. For more information, click here.
- Maquettes on sale!
The miniature replicas of the Fishermen's Family Sculpture (seen at the right) are for sale as part of our fundraising efforts to place a full-size sculpture in Morro Bay (for more background, see menu selection at the left). For information regarding the sale of the maquettes, prices, contact information, etc., click here.
- Direct cash donations toward the realization of the Fishermen's Family Sculpture are also very welcome. Click here for more information.
Welcome to the Central Coast Women for Fisheries, Inc. website. Central Coast Women for Fisheries is a 501(c)(3) organization based in San Luis Obispo County, California. Our fishing businesses are small-scale, family-operated enterprises; Central Coast Women for Fisheries represents those families. Our members include active commercial fishermen and charter boat captains; fishermen’s wives and daughters; and general fishing industry and community supporters. CCWF is indebted to the Central California Joint Cable/Fisheries Liaison Committee for the generous grant funding which has made our organization possible.
The mission of Central Coast Women for Fisheries is to foster and promote a sense of the living culture of our fishing communities, and with your support and help, we hope to accomplish this goal through all facets of community involvement.
We invite you to browse our website, read some of our past newsletters, and see if there’s a project which interests you. If so, please follow the “Volunteer” link on the left.
If you are interested in joining our organization, information concerning membership classes and dues, as well as a downloadable membership application can be found under the “Membership” link, also on the left.