Join us for these Scotts Valley Senior Life Association (SVSLA) events for seniors, including educational opportunities, projects promoting healthy lifestyles, senior health fairs, and fundraising activities.
New Performing Arts Center for Scotts Valley
SVSLA has served as the conduit for its supporters wishing to help with the construction of a new Performing Arts Center for Scotts Valley which will enhance musical and theatrical opportunities for our community. Consider being a Founding Partner in the effort to build this Performing Arts Center next to the nearby Scotts Valley library. Contributions to date total $6,400. For more information on this exciting project visit www.svctheaterguild.com.
Free Water Heater Earthquake Inspections
Secure your water heater before the next earthquake. To coincide with the Great American Shake Out in October, SVSLA is sponsoring free water heater earthquake inspections to ensure your water heater is securely strapped to the wall. Helping Hands volunteers will inspect your water heater and, if necessary, install or replace your water heater straps at no charge to you. This activity is limited to the first 12 seniors in Scotts Valley to sign up. Call (831) 438-1000 soon to sign up.
Scotts Valley Mayor’s State of the City Address 2018
Join your neighbors at this 3rd annual SVSLA-sponsored “Scotts Valley Mayor’s State of the City Address.” Our mayor, city council members and other city officials will discuss this year’s business development, residential housing projects, town center update, city infrastructure and more. Get your questions answered by our city officials and speakers who include:
- » Jim Reed, Mayor
- » Tanya Krause, Superintendent of Scotts Valley Unified School District
- » Piret Harmon, Scotts Valley Water District General Manager
- » Steve Walpole, Chief of Police
- » Steve Kovacs, Fire Chief
- » Taylor Bateman, Community Development Director
This free presentation is from 1 – 3 p.m. with a reception following with snacks and beverages. RSVP to (831) 438-1000 for best seats. Drop-ins always welcome on a space available basis.
Watch the video of last year’s “State of the City Address” if you were not able to attend last year.
Are you a senior citizen concerned about yourself and other seniors? SVSLA exists to help all of Scotts Valley’s senior community. We need and would appreciate your thoughts and suggestions about what SVSLA can do to improve senior living for yourself and other seniors. Please share your thoughts and concerns by calling or emailing today.
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Scotts Valley Senior Life Calendar ~ Upcoming Events
We hope to see you at these upcoming SVSLA activities.
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