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The Valley Women’s Club is dedicated to community action, awareness and leadership in environmental, educational, 
social, and political concerns that affect the health and welfare of the San Lorenzo Valley and our community.

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Faire Memories

Volunteer For The Redwood Mountain Faire 2016

Local Nonprofits Need Our Help! Volunteer For The Redwood Mountain Faire 2016   We need volunteers spread the word! If you’ve signed up before for this most incredible event or maybe it’s your first time to
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Welcome to New Members! And Here’s a New Membership Category!

By Pam Spehar and Connie DeNault The Membership Committee is excited to announce the new members from the last few months, and a new VWC Membership category: Business/Non-Profit Members! The
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AmeriCorps NCCC Team Blue 6 Wins Our Hearts!

An AmeriCorps National Civilian Community Corps (NCCC) team, Blue Six, has been serving in the San Lorenzo Valley since Jan. 12; their weeks of work will end after being honored
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Caregiver Support Group Now Active

The pressure on individuals providing care for an ill, disabled or dying family member is enormous. Having to BE there 24-7, on alert to meet needs and waylay or deal
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Mt. Hermon’s “Felton Meadow Project” Examined

By Nancy Macy, for the Environmental Committee The DRAFT Environmental Impact Report (DEIR) has been delayed to about the first week of June on the proposal by Mt. Hermon Christian
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SLVHS Scholarship Applications

VWC High School Senior Scholarship Application Date Extended! The Valley Women’s Club has exciting news! Our scholarship committee has extended the date for turning in essay applications for help with College tuition. We have a $2000.00 STEM young women’s scholarship from a generious doner ready to go! For Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics and can to be used at the college of your choice.
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VWC Redemption Recycling Center

Always ask for a Scrip Receipt!

Dear VWC Members and Friends— Most of us take our bottles and cans to the closest SLV Recycling Center (Felton, Ben Lomond, Boulder Creek) and drop them off, generously donating the materials, right? Then we thank the staff, smile proudly, and drive away. . . But guess what – for the Recycling Center to get the FULL CRV reimbursement
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Volunteer For The Redwood Mountain Faire 2016

Faire Memories

Local Nonprofits Need Our Help! Volunteer For The Redwood Mountain Faire 2016   We need volunteers spread the word! If you’ve signed up before for this most incredible event or maybe it’s your first time to be a volunteer we welcome you! Come see the sights and sounds of this truly amazing annual event originally created by The Valley Women’s Club a few decades back… The
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Kindergarten and T-Kay Bags

T-Kay and Kindergarten
Day is coming soon!

The Valley Women’s Club will be handing out Kindergarten study bags filled with all the little things young students need such as pencils, scissors, crayons, paper etc. To all the in coming students for T-Kay at Ludlow and Kindergarten for SLE and BCE. We are so fortunate to receive a grant every year from a
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Annual Meeting Features VWC Activities and Updates from our Local Elected Officials

Assemblymember, Mark Stone

The 38th Anniversary of the Valley Women’s Club will be celebrated at the Annual Meeting on Sunday, March 13th, from 11:30 to 2, at the Senior Center in Highlands Park (on Hwy 9 south of Ben Lomond). This wonderful event features the best cooks in the SLV (it’s a potluck!), exciting information about the broad
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Welcome to New Members! And Here’s a New Membership Category!

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By Pam Spehar and Connie DeNault The Membership Committee is excited to announce the new members from the last few months, and a new VWC Membership category: Business/Non-Profit Members! The VWC’s membership is its backbone, and our local businesses and nonprofits are the backbone of our communities. We are grateful to those who join, and
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And Don’t Forget the Wonderful New & Continuing Board Members!

Past President, Lynn McKibben

Serving on the VWC Board is an exciting undertaking with often difficult challenges and also fun, with constant opportunities to impact peoples’ lives and our local environment in positive ways. Those willing to serve on the Board are making at least two-year commitment, the length of one term. Many go on to serve for years
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AmeriCorps NCCC Team Blue 6 Wins Our Hearts!

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An AmeriCorps National Civilian Community Corps (NCCC) team, Blue Six, has been serving in the San Lorenzo Valley since Jan. 12; their weeks of work will end after being honored at the VWC Annual Meeting on March 13th, and they will head off to their next assignment in Sequoia National Park. The eight members of
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Mountain Community Theatre – Amazing Performances Coming in 2016 Season!

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Mountain Community Theater kicks off its 2016 Season with The New Mel Brooks Musical Young Frankenstein, book by Mel Brooks and Thomas Meehan, music and lyrics by Mel Brooks, and original direction and choreography by Susan Stroman. Directed by MCT President Daria E. Troxell, with music direction by Arindam Krishna Das and choreography by Whitney
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Redwood Mountain Faire! June 4–5, 2016

Dancing to Extra Large 2012 Faire by Dan Henning

Benefits Non-profits  • Amazing Music Line-up Forming • Applications On-line An eight-member, all volunteer committee has been hard at work for months, planning the 7th Annual Redwood Mountain Faire, coming June 4-5 to Roaring Camp in Felton. They are aiming to again raise thousands of dollars for local non-profit and educational organizations over the two-day event, with
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