The Valley Women’s Club of San Lorenzo Valley
Why Join the VWC?

Because you can make a difference, right here, at home.

What's Happening in the San Lorenzo Valley

Make a Difference Through Art

RECYCLE INTO ART! Reducing waste is the goal of a new and imaginative art contest for all ages

The inspiration of the Senior Citizen’s Organization of the San Lorenzo Valley, supported by the Valley Women’s Club, the entire
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River & Road Cleanup 2019

105 Volunteers Show Up for 33rd Annual SLV River & Road Clean Up

The 33rd Annual SLV River & Road Clean Up volunteers enjoyed a sunny morning and hot afternoon for their daunting
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Redwood Mountain Faire 2019

RMF Director, Hallie Greene presents checks totaling over $50K to local groups

Leaders of twenty non-profit, school and community groups gathered excitedly at Boulder Creek Recreation District’s Bear Creek Pool to receive
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Peter Wohlleben

Video: Hidden Life of Trees Author Appeals to PG&E’s Approach to Wildfire Management

We are pleased to share with you Peter Wohlleben video. He is the German author of the bestseller “Hidden Life
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PG&E equipment on Pilger Road. Nov. 9, 2018

Update on PG&E Wildfire Management Plan: Enhanced Vegetation Management Fails to Provide Safety from Wildfire

UPDATE – MAY 2019 The tragic wildfires of the past two years have highlighted decades of infrastructure neglect by PG&E
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Make a Difference Through Art

RECYCLE INTO ART! Reducing waste is the goal of a new and imaginative art contest for all ages

The inspiration of the Senior Citizen’s Organization of the San Lorenzo Valley, supported by the Valley Women’s Club, the entire community is encouraged to participate, with prizes for different ages in each of various art categories. Individuals and groups of all ages are invited to participate, including school-age students, adults, or mixed age groups (school, families, friends, neighbors). Art can
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Mark Stone at the 2018 Environmental Town Hall

You’re invited to the 20th Annual Environmental Town Hall

Saturday, November 23 • 1:00–3:00 Felton Community Hall The Valley Women’s Club’s Environmental Committee invites the community to the 20th Annual Environmental Town Hall. State Assemblymember, Mark Stone, respected for his knowledge and local commitment, will be discussing many State level environmental issues that affect us here in the SLV, including his efforts to address plastic pollution and on-going PGE and
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With or without power! You are invited to the 2019 Hammer-Marcum Awards Honoring Paul Norcutt and Janinne Chadwick

The Valley Women’s Club is delighted to announce Paul Norcutt and Janinne Chadwick as the 2019 recipients of the Hammer-Marcum Award for Outstanding Community Service.

Halloween Crossing Guards Wanted in Boulder Creek!

Halloween is approaching and the VWC is again supporting the Boulder Creek Business Association with pedestrian safety control during the Boulder Creek Downtown Trick or Treat. Volunteers are needed to help show pedestrians what route to follow and where to cross Hwy 9 safety with the crossing guards. The event itself is from 5 to 7 on THURSDAY, OCTOBER 31 –
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River & Road Cleanup 2019

105 Volunteers Show Up for 33rd Annual SLV River & Road Clean Up

The 33rd Annual SLV River & Road Clean Up volunteers enjoyed a sunny morning and hot afternoon for their daunting task of removing trash and recyclables from along the San Lorenzo River and its creeks, as well as nearby roads. 105 volunteers, ranging in ages from four to over 75 years, ventured out to clean up along road and waterways
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Redwood Mountain Faire 2019

RMF Director, Hallie Greene presents checks totaling over $50K to local groups

Leaders of twenty non-profit, school and community groups gathered excitedly at Boulder Creek Recreation District’s Bear Creek Pool to receive and celebrate their checks from the 2019 Redwood Mountain Faire. Director Hallie Greene proudly presented checks totaling over $50,000 to the twenty Faire beneficiary groups. By providing volunteers to help with Faire operations, each organization contributed to the success of
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Large redwood stumps on Pilger Road. Nov. 15, 2018

Nancy Macy, VWC Enviro Committee Chair to be interviewed regarding PG&E Wildfire Safety Plan

Please join long-time journalist and commentator Bruce Bratton on KZSC Radio, tomorrow night (Tuesday, September 24) at 7:30 pm as he interviews VWC Environmental Committee Chair, Nancy Macy, about the crucial safety problems that PG&E’s massive Enhanced Vegetation Management Plan, and the “pro-active” cutting of power when winds threaten the power lines, are failing to address, threatening us all.  You
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Peter Wohlleben

Video: Hidden Life of Trees Author Appeals to PG&E’s Approach to Wildfire Management

We are pleased to share with you Peter Wohlleben video. He is the German author of the bestseller “Hidden Life of Trees”. He has the expertise and specialized knowledge about how the forest & its trees connect to the planet, so we had reached out to him for his consideration of the PG&E Wildfire Mitigation Plan. We had explained to him
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PG&E equipment on Pilger Road. Nov. 9, 2018

Update on PG&E Wildfire Management Plan: Enhanced Vegetation Management Fails to Provide Safety from Wildfire

UPDATE – MAY 2019 The tragic wildfires of the past two years have highlighted decades of infrastructure neglect by PG&E clearly demonstrating that its electric transmission & distribution business model is, indeed, “Run to Failure,” as it was with its gas lines in San Bruno, rather than safety and fire prevention. New York Times: How PG&E Ignored Fire Risks in Favor
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