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SAN JACINTO - HEMET VALLEY
Improving the lives of women and girls through programs leading to social and economic empowerment

SOROPTIMIST : "Best for Women"


SOROPTIMIST CLUB HOSTS
THE HEMET CHAMBER'S FIRST FRIDAY EVENT
OCTOBER 4TH, 2019 AT THE DIAMOND VALLEY ARTS COUNCIL
AND INDUCTS NEW MEMBER SANDY DEE

Our Club provided the morning breakfast for Chamber members. Our members in attendance were (L to R) Presdent Traci Sanchez, Myrna Rohr, newest member Sandy Dee, Barbara Swanson, Jodi True, Vice President DeniAntionette Mazingo, Esq and Vice President Brenda Scott. Not shown - Linda Burke Treasurer.



Members at Chamber 1st Friday DVAC
Sandy Dee joins Soroptimist

Photo at left DVAC First Friday. Photo at right Linda Burke (L) -Membership Chair, Sandy Dee (center) and Traci Sanchez (R)
Soroptimist pinning ceremony for Sandy Dee - newest member : CEO of Pawsability 4 Veterans, non-profit for veterans , and iphone videographer.

~~Just Announced~~
JINGLE & MINGLE AN EVENING AT THE MUSEUM

December 5th, 2019, 6-8:30 pm
Tickets $20

Includes entry, 4 decor raffle tickets, silent auction, catered hors d'oeuvres, chocolate table, and festive social time.
Come  jingle and mingle with us at the Diamond Valley Lake Tourist Center
2325 Searl Parkway- Metropolitan Water District of Southern California
Please go to our Events tab for more information
Chairwoman Kimberly Jones
Click links below for:
Jingle Mingle Flier 2019
Sponsor Donor Form 2019
See recent article-Chronicle Chamber 1st Fri J M




WHO ARE WE?
Team Work makes Dreams Work
August 2019
Planning & Installation
Our TEAM works to build DREAMS
Board Members at Installation
19-20 President Traci Sanchez(far left), Brenda Scott Co- ViP, DeniAntionette Mazingo Co-VP, Linda Burke Treasurer, Stephanie Beck Director, (missing Valerie Tichy Drummmer Secretary)

 May 17th ; Lunafest
Films by, for and about women

Friday, May 17th 6:30 pm
Diamond Valley Arts Council
123 Harvard Street


SJHS Winner
Justin Carmona
Faith McNeely
Linda Burke
Val Tichy, 


WCA Winner
Aubree Coelho
Traci Sanchez
WCA winner

Soroptimist  High School Scholarship Recipients  recognized during Intermission





OUR BIG GOAL
 
"Investing in the Lives of Half a Million Women and Girls Through Access to Education by 2031”

Soroptimist is a global women's organization whose members volunteer to improve the lives of women and girls through programs leading to social and economic empowerment. Approximately 75,000 Soroptimists in about 132 countries and territories support community-based and global projects benefiting women and girls. The organization is particularly concerned with providing women and girls access to education, as this is the most effective path to self-determination.
Creating Our Future: Being the Organization We Want to Be

By SIA Executive Director & CEO Elizabeth M. Lucas

Click here to view the Powerpoint 

Girl Power Conference
Was held on March 16, 2019
MSJC - AUDITORIUM 
San Jacinto Campus 9 am- 3 pm
Girl Power Conference Flyer

 

Middle School Attendees 2019

2019 Girl Power Conference
 March 16, 2019
The one day Girl Power Conference was hosted for 6th and 7th grade girls in San Jacinto Valley schools. The event, sponsored by Soroptimist San 
Jacinto-Hemet Valley,  included a series of speakers, activities and presentations to provide girls with opportunities to learn, grow and succeed.


Breakout Session Speaker Deputy Stephanie Stoyer from the Riverside County Sheriff's Office
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LIVE YOUR DREAM


SOROPTIMIST  INTERNATIONAL OF THE AMERICAS

INFO GRAPHICS ON THE 
LIVE YOUR DREAM AWARD
GLOBAL IMPACT


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Soroptimist International Global Voice

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  • International Women's Day video
  • SI Convention 2019
  • Blogs and photos from CSW62
  • World Water Forum Brazil
  • Roundup from SI UN Representatives
  • and much more!

SI President's Appeal 2017-2019

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MEMBER SERVICE PROJECTS
Soroptimist members collect old broken jewelry during the month of  September for Million Kids         Anti-Human Trafficking 
Live Your Dream & High School Scholarship Award Winners
Diamond Valley Arts Center
Lunafest 2019

Lunafest 2019


Lunafest May 17, 2019 Members and Winners

(Pictured L to R) Members Kennedy Howe, Myrna Rohr, Barbara Swanson with Live Your Dream winners  Katherine Simpson & Callie OK with green bags. Back row member Sandy Dee & Traci Sanchez.  Member Gale Hill HS Winner Faith McNeely and member Diane Perez.. HS Scholarship winner Aubree Coelho and members Kimberly Jones, Val Tichy, Stephanie Beck and DeniAntionette Maningo.Katherine & Callie warded $1250 each, High school scholarship winners Aubree Coelho (WCA,), Faith McNeely (SJHS), ) each received $1000 

  
WHO IS YOUR SHERO   START HERE

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Learn more About Us

Read about our upcoming Events

Find out about our Projects

Check out our event and activity Calendar

Get information about becoming a Member

  

Live Your Dream Award Program

 

The Soroptimist Live Your Dream Awards (formerly the Women’s Opportunity Awards) assists women who provide the primary source of financial support for their families by giving them the resources they need to improve their education, skills and employment prospects.

The APPLICATION PORTAL

This link is to the online Application Portal which opens in the fall and closes November 15th, 2019
:https://www.soroptimist.org/our-work/live-your-dream-awards/apply-for-the-live-your-dream-awards.html

Or  the short version of that same page: http://bit.ly/LYDA-apply


  

Learn more about the Live Your Dream Award Program

Apply for a Live Your Dream Award



LUNAFEST 2019
     
Enjoy our photos from Lunafest Film Festival 2019 on Facebook Lunafest 2019  Women's Film Festival
Thank You To Our 2019 Community Sponsors For Their Support
Diamond Valley Arts Council / State Farm: Valerie Drummer
123 Harvard Street, Hemet, CA                   211 N State St #116, Hemet, CA








GIRL POWER CONFERENCE
Saturday March 11th, 2017
MSJC Library San Jacinto Campus
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Thank you to our Community Sponsors

Mount San Jacinto Community College
Board of Supervisors, County Supervisor Chuck Washington's Office
The San Jacinto Valley Women's Conference
The Country Club at Soboba Springs
Soboba Foundation
San Jacinto Unified School Disctrict
The Band of Soboba Luiseno Indians
Cozart Management Services
The Bank of Hemet
Altura Credit Union
Arrow Printing, Inc.
Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF)
San Jacinto
Hemet Valley Medical Center
Quality Inn
Zerebny Financial Services