CHANGE IS INEVITABLE Let me start off by saying change is inevitable to make progress. Change allows for ideas and growth. Remaining the same in your club creates death; we need new ideas and growth. (Click for more)
Betty Wilkenson was honored for her many years of service to SRVD at the Sept 19 Meeting. Betty Wilkinson is congratulated by Lydia Reibel, past district director from 1984-1986! It was also her 90thbirthday. Happy Birthday Betty!
Travis Teague of Woodland Community College accepts his well-deserved SRVD scholarship from Wendy Nevis, scholarship chairman. SRVD scholarship recipient Travis Teague, shown accepting his award, will study to become a pest control consultant at Chico State University.
Katherine Raya-Krantz presided over her first board meeting of the Sacramento River Valley District at the Arden Dimick Library on August 29, 2017. Shown here are board members and club presidents.
Katherine Krantz presided over the SRVD budget meeting on August 10, at LaBou in Sacramento.
I do a bit of volunteering at Shepard Garden and Art Center, and we’re in deep need of volunteers for September 30th, our a “Clean Up the Shepard” event. We will begin at 8:00a.m. and end at noon. If you’re a SRVD member and a