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of exceptional civic discourse

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SCC Luncheons:

 Program - 12 Noon
       Member: No Charge
       NON-Members: $7
       
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 Lunch - 11:30 AM  
       $13 per person 


For Feb. 5 luncheon reservations,
register online 
or
call (503) 370-2808
by noon, Wed. Feb. 3.

Feb 5 Menu:
     Slow Roasted Roast Beef, 
     Salad
     Mashed Potatoes
     Rolls
     Dessert 
Vegetarian entrees are available and must be requested at time of RSVP

Willamette Heritage Center at the Mill
1313 Mill St. SE
Salem, OR 97301

Free parking



Please welcome our newest City Club members:
Law Office of Eden Rose Brown:
Eden Rose Brown
Karen Denise Zager


Jordan Hofer
Catherine Webber

 


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Contact Info for SCC

503.370.2808
office@salemcityclub.com


 


CCTV Broadcast Schedule

 SCC programs can be seen on CCTV, Comcast Cable Channel 21, for two weeks starting the Wednesday after the meeting on Wednesdays at 4pm, Thursdays at 4:30pm, Fridays at 7pm, and Saturdays at 1pm.


 Salem City Club’s mission:

“...to provide a common meeting ground for persons of divergent  beliefs, politics and occupations, for the interchange of ideas and stimulation of intelligent thinking and action on civic affairs; and to inform and activate its members and the community in public matters, and to arouse in them an appreciation of the responsibilities of citizenship.”


 

 

 
January 25, 2016, Volume 48, Issue 10

 
SCC Luncheon:
 
Marion County:
Justice Re-Investment
for Public Safety and
Public Good


Friday, February 5, 2016
11:30AM, Lunch; 12 Noon, Program
Willamette Heritage Center at the Mill

Register By Noon, February 3
 
 
Janet Carlson, Marion County Commissioner, has a strong interest in public safety and the justice system.  During her tenure as Commissioner her efforts in this arena have made people in Marion County safer and healthier.  The theme in much of this work has been focused on helping people succeed outside of prison.  Justice Reinvestment is about using proven strategies to give offenders returning from prison the tools to succeed while expanding services to victims.
 
Within the Justice Reinvestment effort there are three overarching themes:  helping people succeed outside of prison, helping victims of crime, and public safety. Commissioner Carlson will provide a look into the community effort to manage our justice system populations through reduced recidivism and prison diversion programs.  
 
A recent SOAR graduate, Jason, shared about the effort:
“I’ve been in prison four times doing a total of 12 years.  The choice for me was to continuously go in and out of prison, hurt my kids and continue to victimize people, or for me to reevaluate myself, decide that the past is the past and move on.  I decided to move on.  I found the right support with Marion County parole and probation officers.  They care.  They wanted me to succeed.”
 
Join us, Friday, February 5 when Commissioner Carlson and a Marion County Sheriff’s Department representative will discuss Justice Reinvestment in Marion County.
 
For more information on Commissioner Carlson, click here. To learn more about Marion County Probation and Parole please visit:    http://www.co.marion.or.us/SO/Probation/Pages/default.aspx 
 
For Feb. 5 luncheon reservations, register online or call (503) 370-2808
by noon, Wed. Feb. 3
  
 



 
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Next SCC Luncheon:
 
Friday, February 19, 2016
 
Higher Education in Transition. Higher education institutions in Oregon and around the country are in a state of critical change. Technology, demographics, economics, funding, and the value proposition itself are causing colleges and universities to re-think their education models and business practices.
 
Larry Large, President, Oregon Alliance of Independent Colleges and Universities and George Pernsteiner, President, National Higher Education Executive Officers will attempt to answer four basic questions: What changes are happening now and in the near future? Why are the changes necessary? How will the changes be accomplished? Who will be affected by the changes?
 

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Platinum Contributors
Keith and Madge Bauer
Egon and Diana Bodtker
Deborah Dancik and Edd LeSage
Sally and Ray Hollemon
Steve Kenney
Jan and Les Margosian
Kathleen and Hans West
Larry Young and Jo Ann Yockey
Ruth Young

Bob and Leslie Zeigen

Gold Contributors
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Keith York and Mary Hart
John and Jordan Hofer
Bill Mainwaring
Anita Saalfeld
 
Silver Contributors
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Cindy Condon
Adele Egan
Gretchen Jensen
Nancy Kuehn
Raquel Moore-Green
Steve and Kathy Sansone
 
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