San Juan Home & School Club

A nonprofit organization

$103,510 Raised by 147 Donors

65% complete

$160,000 Goal

San Juan Bautista Community Track fundraiser 

Imagine this!











Why a Track?

*To Promote Health and Fitness

*Provide a Safe Environment to Exercise

*Encourage Fitness and Social Interaction

This track will serve the students during school hours and the community after school and weekends.

San Juan School Student and Runner Aidan Castaneda has raised $10,885 for the running track fund.  He was asked why he is raising funds and he said for a safe place for people to run.  Aidan and his family run on the back roads around San Juan, constantly keeping an eye out for cars and large trucks.  He is well aware of the need for safety when running and exercising.   Congratulations Aidan for all your hard work to make this happen.  Your passion and enthusiasm are greatly appreciated!





Like Aidan, San Juan School Class of 1974 alumnus Terri Burke has been a generous donor.  She said there are several reasons she has donated.  Terri believes if she can make a difference in one person’s life whether it be for the students who will have the asset of a running track, or for the student who reaches the US Olympics Team because of the San Juan Bautista Community track, or for the community member who can enjoy a safe exercising environment, or for simply helping create a stronger community her donation is well worth it.  Thank you Terri for your generous donations.

Having this track will offer the whole community a place to run and exercise.  One teacher is already looking at the first track invitational!



 Option 1 Goal-$97,700+  (Decomposed Granite Surface 1/8 mile) (+Landscaping Costs)

Option 2 Goal-$150,000+  (Asphalt-All Weather Surface 1/8 mile) (+Landscaping Costs)

Or

Option 3 Goal-$160,000 (Decomposed Granite Surface larger perimeter track)

Our goal, a new running track at San Juan School by Fall 2021.

Thanks to all our donors:  Terri Burke, Julie Castaneda-Hicks, Salli Burke-O’Neil, Matt Zazueta, Stephanie Correia, Lotto Group, Carol Lavagnino, Vickie Sciacqua, Micheale LaForge, Caroline Barrientos, Julie Wyrick, Allison Skow, Kirsten Hernandez, Jon & JoAnne Cook, Kerri King, Diana Stott, Wanda Guibert, Joey Dorrell-Canepa, Jason Perry, Liz Kreamer, Ariel Ray, Debbra Soule, Nanny Rodriquez, Sandra Ruiz, Esmeralda Oliver, James Harrison, Jennifer Colby, Drew McAlister, Rebecca Gonzalez, Emeris Kreamer, Lynn Overtree, Roger & Vera Clark, Michele Levada, Megan Duenas, Kathleen Hoel, Randal Phelps, Georgia Tracy, Jill Pagaran, Barbara Wilson, Juan Gonzalez, Rita Caetano, Valeria Halla, John Duarte, Anissa Dizon, Marta Gorelik, Darlene Anger, Amica Lopez, Elma Burke, Frida Park, Chris Langmayer, Sandy Hughes, Trace Skow, Elizabeth Cord, Linda Ricketts, Bob Quaid, Monica Martinez-Guaracha, Michael Avalos, Heidi Balz, Jayne Ferreira, Tegan Kreamer, Howard Kamimoto, Anne Caetano, Roisilin Riley, Anthony & Susan Botelho, Ricardo Riley, Kathryn Flores, Julie Koesel, Caitilin Riley, Connie Sepulveda, Jennifer Nickel, Maricela Morales, Richard Dante, Jose Flores, Maria Flores, Alexa Flores, Alejandro Flores,  Richard Silva, Susan Maroney, James A. Pisano, Jolene Cosio, Robert Cosio, Kristen Colman, Sandra Nyland, Rachelle Shingai, Licet Zepeda, Kammie Osborn, Stan Searcy, Valerie Egland, Francisco Rincon, Susan Minor, Bea Ayala-Ceja, Scott Richards, Rick & Kelly May, Nancy Gillum, Dawn Dubrul, Monica Geiser, Graniterock, Willis Construction, Consuelo Espinosa, San Juan School Alumni, Community Foundation For San Benito County, Max Martinez, Leslie Austin, Michael Teshima, Jessica Gilstrap, Patricia Silva Thomas, Beth Welch. 

Aidan Castaneda’s Race Sponsors and Donors: Bear’s Hideaway, San Juan Bakery, Dona Esther’s, 

Daisy’s Saloon, JJ’s Burgers, Body Mechanics, 18th Barrel, Lolla’s, Jardines de San Juan, Pacific Real Estate-Jessie Mansmith, Mejia Family, InkByPena, Cesar & Plumbing, David Marrero, 

Teresa Lavagnino, Jane & Mrs. Marshall, Zapata Family, Cardenas Family, Chavez Family , Yolanda Cardin, Sylvia Castaneda, Fred and Christol Castaneda, Coke Farms and Gosomer Properties, LLC. Windmill Market.


Thank you  Donors:  Wayne Norton, Jill Pagaran, Lisa Knutson, Sylvia Castaneda Downing, Mission Village Voice, Beverly Meamber, Jennifer Roybal, Wanda & Gerry Guibert, Stephanie Correia, Anissa Dizon, Carla Hollander, Elenore Hampton, Anthony Villasana, Express Water Heaters, Gloria Valenzuela, Rita Caetano, Carol Lavagnino, Elizabeth Welch, Kollin & Cecilia Kosmicki, Bam Vance, Chimalma Del Rio, Colleen Rayas,  Amy Covington, Heidi Balz, Linda Teshima Ricketts, David Haro, Roger and Vera Clark, Zooey Diggory, Carlos Trujillo, Dilia Blanco, Michele Huntoon, Alissa Lund, The Correia Company, Bill & Michelle Vance, Taylor Farms

Thank you to all the Anonymous Donors & Double thanks to anyone we missed on this list!

Special thanks to Schipper Design "Creatives for Community" marketing grant.  

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San Juan Home & School Club

100 Nyland Drive

San Juan Bautista, CA  95045

Attention:  Community Track


 Questions?  831 402-2334



Organization Information

Name

San Juan Home & School Club

Employer id number (ein)

20-4143944

Address

100 NYLAND DR
San Juan Bautista, CA 95045

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