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.
Volunteer Opportunities for Seniors in our Local Schools
SVSLA has teamed up with the Scotts Valley Unified School District to offer senior citizens volunteer opportunities in our local schools. Your unique skills and interests will be matched with a volunteer position that is meaningful to you. Explore the numerous opportunities available, whether it is to help students in the classroom, work in the library, assist with office work, get involved with sports activities, speak to students about a career in your field of expertise, assist in the computer lab, or other activity of interest to you.
We all know that serving in a rewarding volunteer position definitely makes life more fun. For more information, contact Michelle Stewart, Director of Curriculum with the Scotts Valley Unified School District, at (831) 438-1820, ext. 114, or by email at email@example.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 2019’
Scotts Valley city officials will discuss the city’s fiscal sustainability initiatives, long-term community planning efforts, town center, city-wide development activity, and more at this popular SVSLA event. Speakers include:
- » Mayor Jack Dilles
- » Scotts Valley Water District General Manager Piret Harmon
- » Fire Chief Steve Kovacs
- » Police Chief Steve Walpole
- » Scotts Valley School Superindendent Tanya Krause
- » Scotts Valley city council members
Bring your questions for the Q&A session with our city officials. Refreshments will be served at the end of the event.
Please RSVP or for more information about this FREE event phone (831) 600-8440 or email “firstname.lastname@example.org” by September 24.
Arrive early for best seats and parking!
September 28, 2:00 – 4:00 pm
“The Mill” community room at the Montevalle Senior Community
552 Bean Creek Road, Scotts Valley
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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