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Masks4SLV: We need volunteers and donations!

Organized by Lorraine Palmer and Tina Marie To from Boulder Creek, Masks4SLV is a project to make masks and provide them to first responders, volunteer organizations, businesses, school personnel, and residents of the San Lorenzo Valley.

The Valley Women’s Club is proud to sponsor Masks4SLV to help curb the spread of COVID-19 in the San Lorenzo Valley.

You can be a part of this community endeavor by volunteering to make masks, donating materials or equipment, or providing financial support. Since April 4th, thanks to Masks4SLV, hundreds of homemade masks have landed on the faces of people working at our local businesses and non-profit organizations, including Liberty Bank, Valley Churches United, and other faces in need. LEARN MORE!

 


What’s Happening in the San Lorenzo Valley!

Big Basin Fire 2019

PG&E’s system threatens us all

Are YOU worried about wildfire, or about Public Safety Power Shutoffs (PSPS)? Looking at PG&E’s electric power lines, we all have good reason to worry. Is the electric wire along your street and to your house bare or insulated?
Estuary Project Volunteers

CANCELLED! San Lorenzo River Estuary Project • Mar. 21, 2020

Please note: the 3/21 Estuary Project day is canceled as a Covid-19 precaution.   In addition, as of Friday, March
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General Meeting 2017

VWC’s 42nd Annual General Meeting: March 22, 2020

The community is invited to The Valley Women’s Club’s (VWC) 42nd Annual General Meeting, Sunday, March 22, 11:30-2:30 at the Highland’s Park Senior Citizens Center located at 8500 Highway 9, Ben Lomond. The Annual Meeting is a potluck lunch and social event, featuring delicious food and friendship and an inside look at the VWC’s past and future. 

Recycle into Art! 2020 Awards

Excitement grew as artists and their families and friends arrived at the Reception and Show to announce the winners of
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2019 in Review, Valley Women's Club of SLV

2019 in Review by Sheila DeLany, VWC President

Dear Valley Women’s Club members – and you all are dear to me! Your membership is essential: to the Club,
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2019 in Review, Valley Women's Club of SLV

2019 in Review by Sheila DeLany, VWC President

Dear Valley Women’s Club members – and you all are dear to me! Your membership is essential: to the Club, to the work, to the Valley. Your voices make us heard; your participation makes us effective; your dues and donations make us thrive. We belong to the VWC because we are passionate about the future
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Estuary Project

VOLUNTEER! San Lorenzo River Estuary Project • Dec. 21, 2019

With YOUR help the San Lorenzo River Estuary Project will improve the wildlife habitat. We welcome you to join us to increase the growth margins around established native plants, prune back bushes, liberate overgrown natives & mingle with other wonderful volunteers.

Make a Difference Through Art

RECYCLE INTO ART! Submissions Due Jan. 19th, 2020

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
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Rosehip cluster of Wild-Roses

VOLUNTEER! San Lorenzo River Estuary Project • Nov. 16, 2019

With YOUR help the San Lorenzo River Estuary Project will improve the wildlife habitat. We welcome you to join us to increase the growth margins around established native plants, prune back bushes, liberate overgrown natives & mingle with other wonderful volunteers.

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
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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
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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
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San Lorenzo River Estuary Project volunteers

VOLUNTEER! San Lorenzo River Estuary Project • Oct. 19, 2019

With YOUR help the San Lorenzo River Estuary Project will improve the wildlife habitat. We welcome you to join us to increase the growth margins around established native plants, prune back bushes, liberate overgrown natives & mingle with other wonderful volunteers.

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.