Celebrating 43 Years
of exceptional civic discourse
Friday, March 4, 2011
Willamette Heritage Center
at The Mill:
Mission Mill Museum and
Marion County Historical Society
1313 Mill Street, SE
Salem, OR 97301-6351
Call 503.370.2808 or email firstname.lastname@example.org your reservation by noon,
Wed., March 2, 2011
SCC Members: $12.00
Vegetarian or vegan entrees are available and must be requested at time of RSVP
There is a $5 charge to attend the
program at noon to help defray
room rental costs.
Doors open at 11:30 AM
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SCC programs can be seen on CCTV, Comcast Cable Channel 21, for two weeks starting the Wednesday after the meeting at6 PM, Thursdays at 4:30 PM,Fridays at 7 PM, and again Saturdays at 1 PM.
Salem City Club’s mission is:
“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.”
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February 22, 2011 - Volume 43, Issue 16
Pain at All Levels
first in a series of three programs centered
on fallout from the ‘great recession’
Violence in Our Homes –
What Can Be Done?
Noon - Friday, March 4, 2011
Marked increases in levels of domestic violence
now plague Salem, and Marion County. Also, calls to the Crisis Hotline from people considering suicide have increased dramatically. These two faces of increased violence – turned both outward toward those closest, and inward toward self – send up alarm bells for our community.
Join us, Friday, March 4th
at noon, to hear two leaders who know the various faces of this problem most thoroughly: Jane Downing, Executive Director of Mid-Valley Women’s Crisis Service and Walter Beglau, District Attorney of Marion County.
Jayne Downing has worked with victims and survivors of domestic and sexual violence for more than 20 years. As Executive Director of the Women’s Crisis Service since 1997 Ms. Downing has trained nearly 30,000 people about domestic violence, sexual assault and stalking in Oregon and the Northwest. She has served on numerous local and statewide task forces and committees, including the Governor’s Task Forces on Domestic Violence and Elder Abuse, the Attorney General’s Sexual Assault Task Force and Batterer Intervention Standards Advisory Board. Ms. Downing has received numerous awards including the Governor’s Outstanding Victim Advocacy Award, DHS Saving Lives Award, the Vern Miller Key Citizen Award, and the Athena Leadership Award.
Walter Beglau has served as Marion County District Attorney since 2004. He is a graduate of Willamette University College of Law and a member of the Oregon Bar since 1989. Mr. Beglau chairs the Family Preservation Action Team of the Marion County Children and Families Commission. He serves on the Marion County Adult Drug Court, the Marion County Domestic Violence Council, the Victim of Crime Act (VOCA) Advisor Committee, Fight Crime – Invest in Kids, the Board of Liberty House Child Abuse Assessment Center, and is recent past chair of the Marion County Multi-Disciplinary Child Abuse & Fatality Review Team.
Join us as we hear from these outstanding and experienced local leaders, and ask them your questions. What is causing the surge in levels of domestic violence? What are the most effective responses available to our community?
Friday, March 4, 2011, in the Dye House at Willamette Heritage Center at the Mill for this opportunity to learn how you can help stop the violence. For those not on our “continuous attendee” list, you may e-mail lunch reservations to: email@example.com
or call 503-370-2808 by Wednesday noon, March 2, 2011. SCC members lunch cost is $12, all others $15. Doors will open at 11:30 AM. The community is welcomed and encouraged to join us! There is a $5 charge for visitors who would like a coffee and cookie. For more information on upcoming programs, and directions to this event please go to www.salemcityclub.com
Thank you -
for being our Media Sponsor of the Pain at All Levels program series
Do you Know Somebody Who
Deserves some Recognition???
Think about Nominating them for the Carole Eggers Citizenship Award
We are seeking nominations for the Carole Eggers Citizenship Award which will be awarded at our annual meeting in June. This award is given periodically to an individual or organization that has made a remarkable contribution to the civic life and/or livability of the Salem area. Award recipients may be honored for a single noteworthy act or accomplishment, or for long and distinguished service that has contributed to the improvement of the community. Our honored recipient in 2009 was Jan Margosian.
If you would like a nomination form visit the membership section of our web site at www.salemcityclub.com for all the information or contact Raquel Moore-Green at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 503.362.5021. Nominations are due early May.
Special thanks to an anonymous loyal member. Who generously provided financial support for our
Friday, February 18, 2011 program-
Is There An Electric Car In Your Future?
Sustainable Transportation, Part 1
Be sure to join us for Part 2 of this series:
Trains and Transit, on Friday, May 2011
Spring 2011 With SCC Friday Programs
Friday, March 4
Topic: Domestic Violence (Part I of “Pain at All Levels”)
Friday, March 18
Topic: PERS (Part II of “Pain at All Levels”)
Friday, April 8
Topic: Health and Social Services (Part III of “Pain at All Levels”)
Friday, April 22
Sustainable Cities Year: Salem
Sustainable Transportation (a two-part series)
• Part 1: Is There An Electric Car in Your Future? (February 18)
• Part 2: Trains and Transit (May)
Pain at All Levels: Fallout from the Great Recession
• Part 1: (March 4)
• Part 2: PERS (March 18)
• Part 3: Health and Social Services (April 8)
Friday programs are hosted at Willamette Heritage Center at Mission Mill. Doors open at 11:30 AM with program commencement at noon. Lunch reservations required – email@example.com before noon Wednesday.