Kiwanis of Scotts Valley
Applications for the $2,549 Mike Smith Kiwanis Scholarship will be delivered to area high schools in February. Application deadline is March 28.
Meeting program Feb. 13 — Superior Court Judge and former City Councilman Paul Marigonda.
Kiwanis meets the second Wednesday at 6 p.m. for dinner ($14.50 adults and $11.50 kids 12 and younger) and all other Wednesdays at 7 a.m. ($5) Meetings are at Heavenly Café, 1270 Mt. Hermon Road.
Scotts Valley Host Lions
Club members will contribute to the Lions district-wide program for diabetes by attending an annual luncheon. Donations raised will support camps for children with diabetes. The club is gearing up for the 38th annual Crab Cioppino Feed & Dance on March 8 at
6 p.m. at Portuguese Hall in Harvey West Park, in Santa Cruz.
Meeting program Feb. 12 — longtime City Manager Chuck Comstock.
Lions meet the second Tuesday for dinner 6:30 p.m. and other Tuesdays at 7 a.m. at the Scotts Valley Senior Center. For information, 440-1303.
San Lorenzo Valley Rotary
Meeting programs: Feb. 6 — Student Exchange Program described by two Rotary exchange students; Feb. 13 — Gary Hazelton, Santa Cruz County tax collector; Feb. 20 — San Lorenzo Valley Club Assembly; Feb. 27 — Barbara Sprenger, Energy Trust
Rotary meets at 7:15 a.m. Wednesdays in Birch Dining Room on Conference Drive in Mt. Hermon Conference Center. Cost is $10.
Scotts Valley Rotary
Board members approved a $500 contribution to Big Brothers Big Sisters of Santa Cruz County and $500 to Survival Center for assistance to adults abused as children. Plans were made to sponsor an outbound exchange student. We held a Red Badge new member breakfast. On Jan. 20, we were featured on KCNS Channel 38’s “Rotary Today” for assistance in renovating the bathrooms at Scotts Valley Middle School.
Meetings are open to guests and clubs welcome new members. Contributors to this column are Joe Miller, Kiwanis; Karen Shipley, Lions; Jeannie Kegebein, San Lorenzo Valley Rotary, and June Smith, Scotts Valley Rotary.