Welcome to our local village movement. Villages are grassroots, community based organizations. Clayton Valley Village is one of about 400 villages and part of the national Village Movement. Villages began about 15 years ago with the Beacon Hill Village in Boston. This movement is now on fire with baby boomers and seniors coming together to create a new kind of future for ourselves. The concept of villages offers an opportunity for seniors to stay in their own homes for as long as possible and offers communities a network of services to support their aging population. Sometimes it takes just a little support, an occasional change of our light bulbs or ability to join close to home social, exercise or educational programs, to be able to stay in our homes as we get older. For others daily checkins are important to feel safe and for others occasional support with meals, a pet, organization of our paperwork, or computer/cell phone coaching would make life easier.
When Clayton Valley Village opens we will be a membership based, nonprofit organization. We are in development now and run by the CVV Task Force. Our village will provide people with a supportive network as we age right here in our beautiful town of Clayton and surrounding areas. We will provide referrals and discounts to services that already exist but are often little known. In addition we will develop and offer new programs & services using resources and talents that exist within the community. We are currently looking for people with an expertise or a desire to work in Fundraising, Programs and services, Events and Outreach.
* Do you want to join in the planning phase? Contact
Or, see the Events listed at the right.
*Do you have a talent or expertise you are willing to share when the
* We graciously accept donations.
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
We appreciate your interest in this community endeavor and invite you to join us in helping make it a reality. From offering your input, to sharing information at a booth, to working on a committee or making a donation --we welcome your participation.
Feel free to contact any of us with your questions or comments.
Chair, The Clayton Village Initiative
CVV Task Force
Bocce Villagio: Summer Bocce starts Sun, Jul 17, 2-5 pm. Come
cheer us on. Wear your CVV T-shirt.
Sep 20, Tues, 4-6 pm, Oakhurst Golf Club.
Oct 1, Sat, Walk to cure Alzheimer's. Check our Team CVV
Oct 23, Sun, 5-9 pm, 3rd Annual Sunday Supper at La Veranda.
Reservations by Oct 18, details to follow.
Oct 4, Tues, 6-8 pm, Task Force Meeting, Diamond Terrace
Nov 1, Tues, 6-8 pm, Task Force Meeting, Diamond Terrace
Sep 21, Weds, 2-4 pm Member Svcs Comm Mtg, POSTPONED
Sep 29, Thurs, !0:30-Noon, Member Svcs Committee @ Carr's
Sep 30, Fri, 1-3 pm, Events Committee Meeting, at Sonja Wilkins
home or Cabana. Call 925-350-1330 for info.
Village Related Meetings/Workshops:
Sep 20. Tues, 4-6 pm, Social hour at Oakhurst Country Club.
Oct 16 - 19, National Gathering of Villages, Columbus, OH. Early
Bird Deadline, Sept 1st. Group rate for 4 or more.
Nov 17, Thurs, 11:30-1 pm, Lunch 'n Learn, in the Fellowship Hall
at Clayton Valley Presbyterian Church. Program information to
Saturday's thru Sept 24 (Except 9/3) Farmer's Market, 6095 Main St
Sep 16-18, Weekend Greek Festival, St Demetrios. If you can help
Cal Sonja to sign up for a shift.
Sep 24-25, Noon-6pm, Skip Ipsen Memorial Boccee Tournament.
$400 per team. claytonbocce.org/event/ipsen
Oct 1, Sat, 9:30 am, Alzheimer's Walk. At Heather Farms in WC
Joanne Wasak coordinating for our Team Clayton Valley Village
Oct 1-2, Weekend, Octoberfest, downtown Clayton
To see the latest newsletter, Villager, use the url below to go to:
For other village information, see:
Videos on The Village Movement, see:
CBS Sunday Morning show, 10/19/14: http://www.cbsnews.com/sunday-morning/
CVV Development Committee, June 4, 2014