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HERE is your copy of the latest Scotts Valley Senior Life Association (SVSLA) newsletter. We hope you enjoy catching up on recent activities of our community-wide service for senior citizens. Please set aside the date September 28, 2019 to attend our 4th annual Scotts Valley Mayor's “State of the City Address” highlighting the city’s fiscal sustainability initiatives, long-term community planning efforts, town center, city-wide development activity, and more.

Scotts Valley Senior Life Association

Enhancing healthy living for Seniors

Scotts Valley Mayor's State of the City Address

learn about city initiatives & development activity

Saturday, September 28, 2019
2:00 pm –4:00 pm

Montevalle Community Hall
552 Bean Creek Road
Scotts Valley, CA 95066

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 Unified School Superintendent Tanya Krause

*  Scotts Valley Water District General Manager Piret Harmon

*  Police Chief Steve Walpole

*  Fire Chief Steve Kovacs

*  Scotts Valley city council members

Bring your questions for the Q&A session with our city officials. Refreshments with snacks and beverages will be served at the end of the event.

To RSVP or for additional information about this FREE event, phone (831) 600-8440 or email info@scottsvalleyseniorlife.org by September 24th. Drop-ins are always welcome on a space available basis. Arrive early for best seats and parking.

Nutrition Essentials for Seniors

31 key topics and scientific journal citations

31 key nutrition topics for health and well-beingDid you miss Scotts Valley Senior Life Association's (SVSLA's) recent “Nutrition Essentials for Seniors workshop” where popular holistic nutritionist, author and researcher, Richard B. Goldberg, PhD., discussed how healthy nutrition can improve health and well-being? Here is another opportunity to review the key topics and findings discussed at this event.

* This document (available on the SVSLA website) cites 31 essential nutrition topics and scientific nutrition study results identified by Richard B. Goldberg, PhD.

A $25 tax-deductible donation to SVSLA

secures your DVD of a recent SVSLA workshop

DVD recording with $25 donation to SVSLADid you miss Scotts Valley Senior Life Association's (SVSLA's) recent popular “Alternative & Complementary Medicine Program” where distinguished practitioners in the fields of acupuncture, herbal medicine, nutrition and medicinal marijuana discussed ways to improve health and well-being?

Receive your own DVD (video recording) of is educational program by making a tax-deductible donation to SVSLA in the amount of $25 or more. Then watch, pause and review key parts of the presentations which are most significant to you. Or share the DVD with friends who do not have Internet access.

SVSLA is seeking volunteers

use your talents to benefit Scotts Valley seniors

Volunteer with SVSLA and help seniors in Scotts ValleyVolunteering to support Scotts Valley Senior Life Association (SVSLA) is rewarding. Feel a sense of purpose. Put your skills to good use. Contribute to a worthwhile cause. Enhance the lives of senior citizens around Scotts Valley. Meet new people. Interact with like-minded colleagues.

SVSLA is seeking volunteers for the following opportunities:

*  SVSLA board members

*  Volunteers to assist at SVSLA events

*  SVSLA social media manager to manage the SVSLA Facebook page

*  Speakers to present topics of interest to seniors at SVSLA workshops

For further information about these opportunities, email info@scottsvalleyseniorlife.org, phone (831) 438-1000, or send SVSLA your contact information. We look forward to talking with you.

Send SVSLA your ideas!

complete the SVSLA Interest Survey today

send SVSLA your feedbackHow might Scotts Valley Senior Life Association (SVSLA) improve its services to seniors in the Scotts Valley area? What needs exist in the local senior community that SVSLA might fill with a targeted grant? Would you like SVSLA to sponsor a workshop or presentation on a specific topic? What are your suggestions for improving the SVSLA website and/or branching out to new social media platforms?

Send SVSLA your ideas by completing the SVSLA Interest Survey. Your survey responses will help improve SVSLA's services.

Learn more about Scotts Valley Senior Life Association at our website and Facebook page.

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Scotts Valley Senior Life Association

a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization
PO Box 66438, Scotts Valley, CA 95067-6438
(831) 438-1000  info@scottsvalleyseniorlife.org

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