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Please consider becoming an SCCO board member or member of another committee

The Santa Clara Community Organization will be holding board elections on February 3rd.  Any resident, property owner, or business owner, 18 years or older, living in the SCCO boundaries is eligible to become a board member if they have attended at least one SCCO general meeting in the twelve months prior to the election.  This Thursday’s meeting (January 6th) gives everyone who isn’t an SCCO member the opportunity to become eligible to run for the board in the February election

The first presentation of the January meeting will be an overview of SCCO’s 2021 achievements.  The presentation will be a good way for those new to the SCCO to learn about the many projects going on in Santa Clara and explore ways to volunteer.

One of the major accomplishments of the year was the formation of a non-profit, 501(c)3 corporation – the Santa Clara Community Foundation.  The Foundation was formed to foster community involvement and investment by organizing and funding projects that specifically benefit the residents of the Santa Clara neighborhood.

Please consider participating in the Santa Clara Community Foundation. Join one of the committees, apply to be a board member, or volunteer on a project. Contact or visit for more information, and a board application.

Time: Jan 6, 2022 07:00 PM
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