It is rare to have an open election for a superior court seat. Here’s your chance to meet the two candidates for the open seat. The election for this seat is in June.
The VWC reminds you to vote in every election, to make your voices heard and your choices count. It’s one of the primary benefits and obligations of citizenship.
Join us for a potluck meal and celebration of our many accomplishments over the past four decades in the San Lorenzo Valley.
The pressure on individuals providing care for an ill, disabled or dying family member is enormous. Having to BE there 24/7, alert to meet needs and deal with problems, trying to do errands, dealing with lack of sleep with no opportunities to relax or take a walk can affect the caregiver’s health adversely.
Develop your own flexible, prioritized daily caregiving schedule that is unique to your individual situation. Caregiver workshop with Del Mar Resource Center for Caregivers, Thursday, Feb. 8th at Highlands Park Senior Center in Ben Lomond. 2:00-3:30pm. Free. Pre-register at 831-459-6639 or www.delmarcaregiver.org
Volunteer with the Valley Women’s Club! Enjoy music, crafts, food, fun, and family in the beautiful Roaring Camp setting. AND, help earn dollars for our local organizations that enhance the lives of others and our Valley’s environment.
It may be winter, but it’s time to apply to participate in the fantastic 9th annual Redwood Mountain Faire, coming June 2 and 3, 2018.
The Valley Women’s Club sponsored and participated with many local organizations to do a lot of great things this year. Many thanks to all of you who help make all of this goodness happen.
Local author and Valley Women’s Club member Dyane Harwood gave a successful presentation about postpartum bipolar disorder and bipolar disorder at Park Hall on December 7th.