The Rotary Club of Menlo Park’s annual fundraiser, the Tour de Menlo Scholarship Ride, was a resounding success. Back in full force after having abbreviated and alternative programs during the height of the pandemic, this year’s event boasted 199 cyclists on the 63-mile ride, 86 cyclists on the 43-mile ride, and 92 cyclists on the 35-mile ride. New this year, the tour introduced a 16-mile family ride, which proved popular and drew in 57 cyclists.  For the first time, the MP Police Department joined the ride.  The event kicked off from The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints for the second year in a row. Lutticken's served a delicious lunch and the Nathan Tokunaga jazz band provided entertainment.  The event brought in a net profit of $52,000, which will be used for providing college scholarships to local students, Community Grants, and a contribution to the Almanac Holiday Fund.