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What’s Happening in the Valley Women’s Club!

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Valley Women’s Club Entry Wins 3rd Place in 4th of July Parade

The 4th of July Parade in downtown Boulder Creek was a grand event. Our new Redemption Recycling Center Mascot, Rosie the Raccoon was debuted as the Valley Women’s Club Grand Marshall. Rosie’s
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Federal Aviation Administration Needs To Hear From You!

Please Read and Sign The Petition: Flight Path Noise The Valley Women’s Club Board of Directors unanimously opposes the potential proposal to lower flight path levels and move flight patterns back
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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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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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Valley Women’s Club Entry Wins 3rd Place in 4th of July Parade

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The 4th of July Parade in downtown Boulder Creek was a grand event. Our new Redemption Recycling Center Mascot, Rosie the Raccoon was debuted as the Valley Women’s Club Grand Marshall. Rosie’s custom designed costume was modeled by our current President, Roz Alley. Rosie was followed by the Racoonettes who adorned raccoon hats while members of the
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PG&E Tree Cutting Issue

Photo by Kevin Collins of Ponderosa Pines along Graham Hill Rd. with PG&E’s gas pipeline markers. May, 2016

The Valley Women’s Club Environmental Committee will present a letter and the current total number of supporters at the Santa Cruz County Supervisor’s meeting at 9:30am Tuesday 6/14/16. Please support our aim to slow down the PG&E process and allow citizen input. Graham Hill RD is a beautiful forested entry to our Valley—help us keep
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Federal Aviation Administration Needs To Hear From You!

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Please Read and Sign The Petition: Flight Path Noise The Valley Women’s Club Board of Directors unanimously opposes the potential proposal to lower flight path levels and move flight patterns back over the San Lorenzo Valley area. This is a regional issue that affects about 50,000 Santa Cruz County residents in the San Lorenzo Valley, Scotts
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VWC Scholarship Rummage Sale News

September 10th, 2016

After nineteen years of carrying on the VWC Scholarship fund raising tradition! The award committee has changed the date our fundraiser sale will be on! The new time of year for our annual VWC Scholarship Rummage Sale will be held in the fall. Date of event will be Saturday, September 10, 2016, this year! So
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Updates from the Women’s Issues Committee

VWC Board Member Maggie Barr was recently appointed to the County Women’s Commission by Supervisor Bruce McPherson, who welcomed her and proposed that the 5th District Commissioners take part in quarterly meetings with his Valley constituents.  We’ll keep you posted! We attended the Planned Parenthood Santa Cruz 40th Anniversary reception on April 15th, touring the
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Mt. Hermon’s “Felton Meadow Project” Examined

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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 Conference Center to construct an enormous Bike Velocity Park on the 14-plus acres between Felton Faire Shopping Center (where the Safeway is), on Graham Hill
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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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Caregiver Support Group Now Active

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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 with problems, trying to do the marketing and errands, dealing with lack of sleep and no opportunities to relax or take a walk. Meeting another’s
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