A near-record number of members and visitors attended the 39th Annual Valley Women’s Club Annual Meeting, held at the Highlands Park Senior Center on Sunday, March 12th. Attendees were welcomed Read More>>
Please join us at the Valley Women’s Club Ice Cream Social Sunday • July 23, 2017 1pm to 4pm Camp Harmon, Boulder Creek This is our way to say thanks to all our members and supporters. Families are welcomed. There is no charge for the event, and the ice cream is free while it lasts! Read More>>
Thank For Supporting Our Local Graduating Students! May 25, 2017 It was such a wonderful scholarship awards program at the SLV High School last night. The graduating class of 2017 were all sitting on the edge of their seats in anticipation of possibly being selected for some financial help with collage! The essays were top notch Read More>>
Here’s How To Get Free Admission To The Redwood Mountain Faire! On SATURDAY, JUNE 3RD & SUNDAY, JUNE 4TH, 2017 At Roaring Camp Railroads The Club needs your help to make this amazing non-profit event happen. Here’s the link to volunteer: http://slvrmf.ivolunteer.com/volunteervwc This is our biggest local non-profit fundraiser of the year! Shifts are four hours each… Free admission Read More>>
Voices From The Village host, Steve Pleich, talks with VWC Environmental Committee members Nancy Macy, Mary Jo Walker, Kevin Collins, and Jane Mio about the proposed Adventure Park development of the Felton Meadow, as the community awaits the Draft Environmental Impact Report. Community TV of Santa Cruz County
A Description and Discussion of The Felton Meadow Project Up To the Not-yet-released Draft Environmental Impact Report Construction vs Open Space — Over an estimated 8-10 years, the Felton Meadow Project will permanently transform a rare meadowland — a beautiful, stable, protected open space — that is legally recognized as a vital part of the Read More>>
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.
Felton Meadow Project
Why YOU Should Help Stopthe Mt. Hermon Felton Meadow Project.
“In every community there is work to be done.
In every nation, there are wounds to heal.
In every heart there is the power to do it.”
“Thousands of tired, nerve-shaken, over-civilized people are beginning to find out going to the mountains is going home; that wilderness is a necessity.”
“Climb the mountains and get their good tidings. Nature’s peace will flow into you as sunshine flows into trees. The winds will blow their own freshness into you, and the storms their energy, while cares will drop away from you like the leaves of Autumn.”
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Our monthly board meetings are the third Tuesday of the month.
The Valley Women’s Club shall actively encourage the participation of all people who support the mission of the Club in its activities and will not discriminate in its membership, employment, contracting or programming on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin or ancestry, sex, disability, marital status or sexual orientation.