Missed a program? Want to share with a potential member? Remember that SCC programs can be seen on CCTV, Comcast Cable Channel 21, for two weeks starting the Wednesday after the meeting at 6 PM, Thursdays at 4:30 PM, Fridays at 7 PM, and again Saturdays at 1 PM.


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Contact Us:

Salem City Club
PO Box 2283
Salem, OR 97308

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  Salem City Club holds luncheon meetings on the 1st and 3rd Friday at noon at Willamette Heritage Center from September - May


Missed a program?  Want to share with a potential member?  Remember that SCC programs can be seen on CCTV, Comcast Cable Channel 21, for two weeks starting the Wednesday after the meeting at 6 PM, Thursdays at 4:30 PM, Fridays at 7 PM, and again Saturdays at 1 PM.
www.cctvsalem.org

 

Recap of SCC Programs 2005 - 2010

 

Luncheon registrations must be received by the Wednesday prior to each program.

    • 29 Mar 2017
    • 6:30 PM - 8:00 PM
    • Salem Public Library, Louck's Auditorium. 585 Liberty St. SE, Salem, OR 97301


    Please join Salem City Club for a
     community discussion:

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    “Being Muslim in America”

    A presentation and discussion with Soraya Deen


    Soraya Deen is the founder of the Muslim Women Speakers Movement, and co-founder of Peacemoms (Promoting Christian/Muslim Dialogue). She is a spiritual activist, lawyer, certified Nonviolent Parent Educator and author of PEACE MATTERS – Raising Peace Conscious Children. Her vision is to create 10,000 VOICES OF HOPE. She encourages Muslim women and women of all faith to promote interfaith dialogue and engage in social change


    This event is FREE to the public

    Date: Wednesday, March 29, 2017

    Time: 6:30 pm – 8:00 pm

    Venue: Salem Public Library, Louck’s Auditorium

    585 Liberty St. SE

    Salem, OR 97301


    For more information on Soraya Deen please refer to: 

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    • 07 Apr 2017
    • 11:30 AM - 1:30 PM
    • Willamette Heritage Center at the Mill

    SCC Luncheon

    Friday, April 7, 2017

    Programs Actively Working to Help the Homeless:Housing and School

    How many households in Salem are on the waiting list for subsidized housing vouchers? Why are many homeless families in Salem turned away from shelter each month? How many students in Salem-Keizer Public Schools are known to be living without a home? Join The Salem City Club, Friday, April 7 at the Willamette Heritage Center for our luncheon and program, “Housing & School: Programs Actively Working to Help the Homeless.”

    Come and hear from three local leaders who work each day to improve the homeless situation for families.  

     Andy Wilch became head of Salem Housing Authority in 2009. He is the lead on the redevelopment of Yaquina Hall into 50 low income housing units. Mr. Wilch’s background includes over 25 years of housing finance, development and organizational management experience. He previously worked as a Director of Housing, Interim Director of Economic Development, and Housing Development Finance Manager for the Portland Development Commission; as the Executive Director of the Pioneer Square Community Development Organization, Seattle; and, Senior Program Director for the Kitsap County (WA) Consolidated Housing Authority. Over his career he has provided financing and/or developed 15,000 units of affordable housing.
     Kim Lemman has served as the Executive Director of the St. Francis Shelter for families since 2011. Since that time, the program had grown from a short-term shelter to a comprehensive transitional housing program with professional case management services, which assists about 50 families a year in returning to self-sufficiency.  Kim also serves as the vice chair for the City of Salem Housing and Urban Development Advisory Commission and serves on the Salem Housing Advisory Commission.  
     Melissa Wisner is  Coordinator of the STEP program of Salem-Keizer Public Schools. In this role she supports several federal programs including Title IA, Title ID, Title VII, Title X and Private Schools.  Previously, she taught at the Elementary and Middle School level for seven years and then served for three years as a teaching principal at a private K-12 school for students who needed more intensive behavioral support than the public schools could provide.  Following that, Ms. Wisner was Assistant Principal for two and a half years and Elementary Principal for 14 years.  

    Doors Open at 11:00

    Noon -  April 7, 2017

    Register by
    Wednesday, April 5 at Noon 

    • 21 Apr 2017
    • 11:30 AM - 1:30 PM
    • Willamette Heritage Center at the Mill

    SCC Luncheon

    Friday, April 21, 2017

    Pot-Revisited 

    Learn what’s next for the Oregon Cannabis Industry in the areas of legislation, taxes, banking, consolidation of the medical and recreational systems and challenges with federal authorities. 

    Oregon State Senator Ginny Burdick (D-Portland), co-chair of the Joint Committee on Marijuana Legislation and Sara Batterby, CEO of the cannabis cultivation company HiFi Farms and a founding chair of Women Grow, are featured speakers on the program. Plus, a special display by a local medicinal/recreational dispensary owner.
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    Doors Open at 11:00

    Noon -  April 21, 2017

    Register by
    Wednesday, April 19 at Noon 

Past events

17 Mar 2017 SCC Luncheon - A Profile of Salem's Homeless Population
03 Mar 2017 SCC Luncheon - Editing Your News Feeds
17 Feb 2017 SCC Luncheon - A New Path in Salem-Keizer Secondary Education
15 Feb 2017 State of the City Address
03 Feb 2017 SCC Luncheon - Salem for Refugees
20 Jan 2017 Rescheduled - SCC Luncheon - D.B. Cooper & the Exploding Whale: Folk Heroes of the Northwest
06 Jan 2017 SCC Luncheon - Policy and Impact: Healthcare Reform in Oregon
02 Dec 2016 SCC Luncheon - How Has Oregon's Unique Motor Voter Law Affected the General Election
11 Nov 2016 SCC Luncheon - Election Results
21 Oct 2016 SCC Luncheon - Forum for Oregon Secretary of State Candidates
12 Oct 2016 Salem City Club and the League of Women Voters of Marion and Polk Counties present: Meet and Greet Members of Your Legislative Community
07 Oct 2016 SCC Luncheon - Fifth Congressional District Candidate Forum
23 Sep 2016 SCC Luncheon - Arguments For and Against the $82 Million Police Facility Bond Measure
16 Sep 2016 SCC Luncheon - 1966-2016: Medicare At 50 And Its Future
09 Sep 2016 SCC Luncheon - A Debate: What Will Measure 97 Really Do?
26 May 2016 2016 Salem City Club Annual Meeting and Special Program "Privacy (or Not) in a Digital Age"
20 May 2016 SCC Luncheon - Who is Watching Over Oregon's Forests?
06 May 2016 SCC Luncheon - The Fine Art of City Management
28 Apr 2016 SCC Special Event: Public Candidates Forum
22 Apr 2016 SCC Luncheon - Influence in Design
08 Apr 2016 SCC Luncheon - Mayoral Candidates Debate
18 Mar 2016 SCC Luncheon - The Modern Lobbyist: Information, Insight and Influence
09 Mar 2016 Better Health at Lower Cost: What Can a Community Do? Social Determinants of Our Health
04 Mar 2016 SCC Luncheon - Environmental Threats to Oregon's Ocean and Coastal Ecosystem
02 Mar 2016 Mayor's State of the City Address
19 Feb 2016 SCC Luncheon - Higher Education in Transition
05 Feb 2016 SCC Luncheon - Marion County: Justice Re-Investment for Public Safety and Public Good
22 Jan 2016 SCC Luncheon - Understanding Oregon PERS
08 Jan 2016 SCC Luncheon - Oregon and the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP)
11 Dec 2015 SCC Luncheon - From Speed Graphics to Drones
20 Nov 2015 SCC Luncheon - The ABC's of Common Core
06 Nov 2015 SCC Luncheon - When Cascadia Strikes: Do you really know what to do?
30 Oct 2015 SCC Luncheon - Agriculture Series: Part 3 Faces of Agriculture: Delivering the Fruits of Their Labor
16 Oct 2015 SCC Luncheon - Debate: A New Payroll Tax for Transit?
02 Oct 2015 SCC Luncheon - "China Road: A Journey into the Future of a Rising Power." by Rob Gifford.
25 Sep 2015 SCC Luncheon - “Confronting Drought and Water Scarcity in Oregon,”
11 Sep 2015 SCC Luncheon - Marijuana: It's Legal, Now What?
25 Jul 2015 SCC Program: Obamacare: Is it the Answer?
22 May 2015 2015 Salem City Club Annual Meeting
20 May 2015 Mayor Anna Peterson: The State of the City Address
15 May 2015 SCC Luncheon - The Fear Factor Today: Media-Inspired Promotion of the Politics of Fear in American Life
24 Apr 2015 SCC Luncheon - Oregon Agriculture: The Technology of Today and the Science of Tomorrow
10 Apr 2015 SCC Luncheon - Not Exactly As Promised: Healthcare Insurance, Access and Affordability
01 Apr 2015 The 2015 State of Education Address: "Career and Technical Education in Salem"
27 Mar 2015 SCC Luncheon - Retirement Security (or Not) in Oregon
13 Mar 2015 SCC Luncheon - Silicon Sky: Drones for Business and the Public Good
27 Feb 2015 SCC Luncheon - Oregon Agriculture: Opportunities and Challenges
13 Feb 2015 SCC Luncheon - The Nature Conservancy: Finding Creative Solutions to Challenges Facing Nature and People in Oregon and Around the World
23 Jan 2015 SCC Luncheon - Coping with Climate Change: Oregon and the Pacific Northwest
09 Jan 2015 SCC Luncheon - State of the Oregon Courts Address
12 Dec 2014 SCC Luncheon - Finding Community in Salem: Great Good Places
21 Nov 2014 SOLD OUT - SCC Luncheon - Climate Change and National Security: People not Polar Bears
07 Nov 2014 SCC Luncheon - Election 2014: Outcomes and Implications
24 Oct 2014 SCC Luncheon - Ballot Measure 88
10 Oct 2014 SCC Luncheon - Candidates Forum - House of Representatives, 5th District
07 Oct 2014 Salem City Club/League of Women Voters of Marion and Polk Counties Public Forum: Oregon State Senate Candidates
01 Oct 2014 Salem City Club/League of Women Voters of Marion and Polk Counties Public Forum: County Commissioner Candidates
26 Sep 2014 SCC Luncheon: Ballot Measure 90 Debate - Should Oregon Adopt an Open, Top-Two Primary System?
12 Sep 2014 SCC Luncheon: Ballot Measure 91 Debate - Should Oregon Legalize Recreational Marijuana?
14 May 2014 47th SCC Annual Meeting
02 May 2014 SCC Luncheon: Returning Veterans: Legal, Medical and Social Challenges
29 Apr 2014 The State of Education Address
18 Apr 2014 SCC Luncheon: Changes on the City Council? A Meet the Candidates Forum, featuring candidates for four open Salem City Council seats in the May primary election.
04 Apr 2014 SCC Luncheon: The Hallie Ford Museum of Art: A History of Excellence, A Legacy of Place.
21 Mar 2014 SCC Luncheon: The 2014 Legislative Session: A Summary and Assessment
07 Mar 2014 SCC Luncheon: Healthcare for Oregonians Series - "Win, Place, Show: Wagering on Health Care Reform" - Series Sponsored by Salem Health
21 Feb 2014 SCC Luncheon: At the Helm of NOAA: Science and Policy from Sharks to Rats
19 Feb 2014 State of the City Address by Mayor Anna Peterson
14 Feb 2014 Rescheduled - SCC Luncheon: Healthcare for Oregonians Series - Coordinated Care Organizations - Series Sponsored by Salem Health
24 Jan 2014 SCC Luncheon: Peak Oil and Ponzi Finance: Last Gasps of a Terminal Economy?
10 Jan 2014 SCC Luncheon - The Annual State of the Courts Address
13 Dec 2013 SCC Luncheon - My New Year's Wish for Salem
06 Dec 2013 Forum on Homelessness
22 Nov 2013 SCC Luncheon: Healthcare for Oregonians Series - From a cottage industry to corporate entities: How and why hospitals must change to survive - Series Sponsored by Salem Health
08 Nov 2013 SCC Luncheon: Healthcare for Oregonians Series - Congressman Kurt Schrader, representing Oregon's 5th Congressional District - Series Sponsored by Salem Health
25 Oct 2013 SCC Luncheon - The Salem Smart Power Center and the Pacific Northwest Smart Grid Demonstration Project
11 Oct 2013 SCC Luncheon - Building Oregon's Future: Investing in Innovation, Infrastructure and Human Capital - Featuring Ted Wheeler, Oregon State Treasurer
27 Sep 2013 SCC Luncheon - Visions of Oregon: Celebrating 25 Years Of Covering the State
13 Sep 2013 SCC Luncheon: Healthcare for Oregonians Series - Dr. Goldberg, Oregon Health Authority
29 May 2013 SCC 46th Annual Meeting - Focusing Inward
17 May 2013 SCC Luncheon: Featuring Mid-Valley Mentors, a partner of the Marion County Re-Entry Initiative
03 May 2013 SCC Luncheon: Featuring Michael Davis, Executive Editor of Statesman Journal Media
19 Apr 2013 SCC Luncheon: Surviving the Big One: Understanding and Preparing for a Major Earthquake in Western Oregon
10 Apr 2013 2013 State of the Schools Address
05 Apr 2013 SCC Luncheon: The Minto Pedestrian and Bicycle Bridge: Linking Water Ways, Parks, Trails and Urban Vitality
22 Mar 2013 Hon. Paul J. De Muniz, Chair, Governor's Commission on Public Safety.
20 Mar 2013 Say 'No to Polarization: the 2013 Oregon Legislature, and Bipartisan Team Work for a Better Oregon'
08 Mar 2013 What's New in Large Scale Recycling in the Mid-Willamette Valley?
22 Feb 2013 "Streetcars and Such: Extending the Downtown Vision" A Presentation in the Series Looking Ahead: Grassroots Ideas for Downtown Vitality, Transit and the Future of Salem
20 Feb 2013 Mayor's State of the City
08 Feb 2013 Looking Ahead: Grassroots Ideas for Downtown Vitality, Transit and the Future of Salem: A Third River Crossing for Salem?
25 Jan 2013 Looking Ahead: Grassroots Ideas for Downtown Vitality, Transit and the Future of Salem: Public Transportation in the Salem Area - Myths and Facts
11 Jan 2013 Luncheon Program: 2013 State of the Courts Address - Hon. Thomas A. Balmer
14 Dec 2012 Luncheon Program: Sound Off! Winners and Losers, Beefs and Bouquets: A Look Back at 2012
30 Nov 2012 Looking Ahead: Grassroots Ideas for Downtown Vitality, Transit and the Future of Salem: Visualizing a Downtown Streetscape
09 Nov 2012 Luncheon Program: Election Wrap-Up and Analysis with Dr. Ed Dover
19 Oct 2012 Luncheon Program: Debate - Candidates for Oregon Secretary of State
12 Oct 2012 Luncheon Program: Debate - Privately Owned Casinos in Oregon
02 Oct 2012 Evening Forum: Legislative Candidates Forum
28 Sep 2012 Luncheon Program: Measure 80 Debate - Personal Marijuana Cultivation/Use in Oregon
07 Sep 2012 Luncheon Program: Debate - Candidates for the U.S. House of Representatives, Oregon's 5th Congressional District
10 Jun 2012 Up the Capitol Steps: A Woman's March to the Governorship - Salem City Club 45th Annual Meeting
18 May 2012 Lunch with Leaders in Education - Dr. Stephen Thorsett, President of Willamette University
04 May 2012 Lunch with Leaders - Oregon's Coastal Marine Reserves
20 Apr 2012 Primary Election 2012 - A Debate: Democrat candidates for the office of Oregon Attorney General
06 Apr 2012 Housing in Salem: Efforts in Reducing Homelessness
30 Mar 2012 Fifth Fridays - Authors You Should Know and Books You Should Read - Gwen Carr
16 Mar 2012 Lunch with Leaders - Engaging the Salem Community for Positive Youth Outcomes
02 Mar 2012 Lunch with Leaders in Education - Governor John Kitzhaber
17 Feb 2012 Lunch with Leaders in Education - Dr. Sandy Husk
08 Feb 2012 Mayor's State of the City
03 Feb 2012 Lunch with Leaders in Education - The Return on Your Chemeketa Investment - Dr. Cheryl Roberts
20 Jan 2012 Annual State of the Courts: Chief Justice Paul De Muniz
06 Jan 2012 Representative Vicki Berger and Representative Jefferson Smith
09 Dec 2011 Lunch with Leaders: Food Insecurity
18 Nov 2011 Lunch with Leaders: Mayors Anna Peterson and Lore Christopher
04 Nov 2011 Lunch with Leaders: Dr. Ed Whitelaw
21 Oct 2011 Lunch with Leaders: United States Representative Kurt Schrader
07 Oct 2011 Lunch with Leaders: Oregon Secretary of State Kate Brown
30 Sep 2011 Fifth Fridays - Authors You Should Know and Books You Should Read - Russ Beaton
23 Sep 2011 Lunch with Leaders: The Economy, Part II
09 Sep 2011 Lunch with Leaders: The Economy, Part 1
05 Jun 2011 Express Yourself - Salem City Club 44th Annual Meeting
20 May 2011 Is There a Virtual State Bank in Oregon's Future?
06 May 2011 Fast Trains For Oregon: Sustainable Transportation, Part 2
22 Apr 2011 Salem Reinvented: Two Big Fantastic Ideas from The UO/City of Salem Sustainable City Year Program!
08 Apr 2011 Pain at All Levels: Part 3 - Health and Safety - How Can Oregon Preserve Service Integrity?
18 Mar 2011 Pain at All Levels: Part 2 - PERS
04 Mar 2011 Pain at All Levels: Part 1 - Domestic Violence

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