Big Brothers Big Sister of Nevada CityContact:LindyBeatie
WorkP.O. Box 1362Grass ValleyCA95945workWork Phone:(530)265-2059workWork Email:email@example.comINTERNETAnniversary: September 8, 2014Anniversary - Big Brothers Big Sister of Nevada City20140908000000Membership: October 1, 2016Membership - Big Brothers Big Sister of Nevada City20161001000000Website:www.bigsofnc.org
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Penn Valley Community FoundationContact:LouieOstrude
WorkPO Box 186Penn ValleyCA95946workWork Phone:(530) 713-2296workWork Email:firstname.lastname@example.orgINTERNETAnniversary: January 23, 2001Anniversary - Penn Valley Community Foundation20010123000000Website:http://pennvalleycf.org/
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Penn Valley Community Rodeo AssociationContact:JohnFavetti – President
WorkP.O. Box 1103Penn ValleyCA95946workWork Phone:(530) 432-9876workWork Email:email@example.comINTERNETAnniversary: March 13, 2008Anniversary - Penn Valley Community Rodeo Association20080313000000Website:http://www.pvrodeo.com/
Categories: Equestrian Activities, Non Profits, P, Service Clubs & Community Non-Profit Organizations
Penn Valley Toastmasters is a small group who join together every second and fourth Thursday evenings from 7:00 to 8:30pm
to help each other in overcoming fears of public speaking, increasing proficiency for already confident speakers and learning leadership skills…all while building friendships. Penn Valley Toastmasters can help you reach your goals too.
We have a positive, supportive environment where anyone can come to learn how to overcome fears, learn leadership skills, improve their public speaking skills and discover amazing hidden talents. The tone of the club has always been one of building and teaching through a fun, safe, and reassuring environment. Laughter is a given at every club meeting. The Toastmasters program allows members to grow at their own pace, there is never a pre-determined time frame.
Toastmasters International has recognized Penn Valley Toastmasters Club as a President’s Distinguished Club for 2011-2012. This designation demonstrates that Penn Valley Toastmasters has the highest level of commitment to their members and the Toastmaster’s program.
We invite you to join us as a guest where you will learn the fun and confidence building method of Toastmasters International.
Penn Valley Toastmasters is an evening Toastmasters Club open to all. We meet in the Penn Valley Shopping Center at 17422 B Penn Valley Drive. Walk under the stairs and you will see our meeting room to the right at the end of the walkway.
Are you interested in service to the community? Looking to join with community leaders in friendship, fun and fellowship in a great organization of leaders? Are you a business person, professional or community leader or have you retired from business?
Penn Valley Rotary welcomes those want to join leaders, exchange ideas, and take action to change the community. We welcome visitors interested in being part of our friendly group of community and business leaders. Visiting Rotarians and guests of Rotarians are always welcome to attend, too.
Rotarians are volunteers who work locally to combat hunger, provide humanitarian service, promote peace, build goodwill, encourage high ethical standards in all vocations under the motto Service Above Self.
Although our energies are targeted locally, we are also part of a worldwide organization of business and professional leaders.
Contact Membership Chair, Sheila Grizzell, by email using the links on our home page.
Categories: Non Profits, R, Service Clubs & Community Non-Profit Organizations
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South Yuba River State Park has a little something for everybody. The patchwork park boundaries form a “string of pearls” for 20 miles along the river, including four historic bridges, miles of hiking trails, and the nation´s only wheelchair-accessible wilderness trail, the Independence Trail. The river´s beauty and solitude has long inspired the dedication and stewardship of those who know it best.
Wander through the history of the Bridgeport Covered Bridge, learn more about the wagons that traveled these parts, pan for gold, escape to a hidden swimming hole, roam trails along the river surrounded by wildflowers, and so much more.
Categories: Non Profits, Recreation, Service Clubs & Community Non-Profit Organizations