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Since 1981

Morro Bay BEAUTIFUL has operated as a not-for-profit, volunteer organization, for the purpose of preserving and enhancing the beauty of Morro Bay, California. Our community projects range from litter pick-up, to tree and shrub planting, to art projects.

We are truly a grass-roots organization, with the vast majority of our projects originated, funded, and executed by our members. We invite you to explore our web site and learn more about us.

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Bringing Dory Home to Morro Bay

Dory’s story…..

Dory has been brought home to Morro Bay, from Cambria, by Morro Bay BEAUTIFUL and several businesses in Morro Bay, where she will be making an appearance for a month at a time.

Ellen DeGeneres voices Dory in the movies, “Finding Nemo” and the sequel “Finding Dory.”

In the Dory movie, the little royal blue tang fish with bad short-term memory (who is lost), remembers that her family once lived at “the Jewel of Morro Bay” across the ocean in California. The movie then chronicles the adventures of Dory and friends to find her family and work her way home to Morro Bay.

The sculpture’s title is, “Do You Know the Way to Morro Bay?” and was created by Tish Rogers for the Scarecrow Festival in Cambria.

Dory’s future whereabouts in town will be tracked on the Morro Bay Beautiful website, see:

Will Dory get a permanent home?   We will see.   Right now she will just be happy to be home in Morro Bay.

These are the businesses that helped bring Dory home and where she will be for the next several months:

Original Breakers Café 

Carla's Country Kitchen

456 Embarcadero Inn & Suites 

Bayfront Inn 

Edward Jones 

Beads By the Bay 

Junque Love

Lolo’s Mexican Restaurant 

Grandma’s Yogurt

Morro Bay Chamber of Commerce


Harbor Hut - Nov 2018

Hooray for Hollywood - Dec 2018

yard sale