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    Zonta Club Of Santa Clarita Valley Names Phyllis Walker 2014 Zontian Of The Year

    The Zonta Club of Santa Clarita Valley named Phyllis Walker as 2014 Zontian of the Year award at the club's annual installation dinner.

    Santa Clarita Valley Zonta Club To Present $8K In Grants, Scholarships

    Zonta Club of the Santa Clarita Valley will be presenting more than $8,000 in community grants and scholarships at its May business meeting Wednesday at Valencia Hilton Garden Inn.

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    Linda Pedersen Named Winner Of Zonta Club Carmen Sarro Service Award

    Linda Pedersen, the 2003 Santa Clarita Valley Woman of the Year and longtime Santa Clarita community volunteer, has been named the winner of the Carmen Sarro Community Service Award presented by the Zonta Club of the Santa Clarita Valley.Left to right, Marlee Lauffer, Lois Bauccio (accepting for Linda Pedersen) and Christine Sexton. Photo by Michele E.</body></html>

    Zonta Club Of Santa Clarita Announces Nutrition And Exercise Workshop

    Zonta Club of Santa Clarita Valley officials announced Monday a nutrition and exercise workshop for women in March.

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    Zonta Says NO Display At Valencia Town Center Seen By Hundreds

    The Zonta Says NO display sponsored by the Zonta Club of the Santa Clarita Valley was seen by hundreds of shoppers.

    Santa Clarita Top Things To Do – November 6, 2013

    Circus Vargas
    Habitat For Humanity “Ground Breaking & BBQ”
    City of Lancaster “Field Of Dreams
    Zonta Celebrity Tribute Dinner
    Fast Frame Valencia “Art Exhibit And Reception”
    Lancaster Performing Arts Center “Pacific Mambo Orchestra With Tito Puente, Jr.”
    Swing A Bell, Save A Life
    And More, And Upcoming…

    Sue Reynolds, Super-Volunteer, Is A Santa Clarita Unsung Hero

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    Sue Reynolds of NewMarket CareersBy Stephen K. Peeples

    As a senior partner with Valencia-based NewMarket Careers, Sue Reynolds is an accomplished small business owner who helps Santa Clarita Valley employees and the companies who need them find each other.

    But outside her role as a mover and shaker in the Santa Clarita business community, Reynolds is a super-volunteer, although she would never refer to herself that way. She’s more comfortable with something like “professional busybody.”

    The Newhall resident devotes untold hours to a wide range of local nonprofit organizations and service groups. She’s involved with myriad women’s issues, business education, veterans’ issues, the Boy Scouts, animal training for therapy and search and rescue, and much more.

    That’s why Sue Reynolds is KHTS’s latest Santa Clarita Unsung Hero, brought to you by Mercedes-Benz of Valencia.

    Soroptimist Day Of Service Benefits Mending Kids International

    Members of the Soroptimist International of Santa Clarita Valley, the Zonta Club of Santa Clarita Valley and members of NorthPark Community Church in Valencia gathered on Sunday, February 24 for a Day of Service.

    Four Women Receive Zonta’s Virginia Wrage Memorial Grants

    Four very deserving women received the Virginia Wrage memorial grants from Zonta Club of the SCV at the group’s December business meeting. The winners will share a total of $8,000 after the committee reviewed grant applications and interviewed the top candidates, according to Committee Chair Cheryl Gray.

    The grants are named for Virginia Wrage, a Zonta member who faced a crisis and was forced to make a midlife career change. She pursued her goal of becoming an airline stewardess and traveled the world for two years before being diagnosed with cancer. Before her death, she agreed to allow Zonta to administer a grant in her name, to be awarded to mature women who also were in need of help to make a midlife career change.