Celebrate the Leaders in Our Community
Alvin Scarborough Man of the Year – Roger Snyder
Annette Marcum Woman of the Year – Kendra Kannegaard
Business of the Year – Cruise Coffee Cafe
Educator of the Year – Lisa Jacobs
Youth of the Year – Q Licht
Organization of the Year – Diversity Equity Inclusion Allyship (DEIA) Community Group
Chamber Ambassador of the Year – Tobin Shaeffer
Claire Hodgin Beautification Award – Scotts Valley Theater Guild
Early Bird Price Ends March 31st. – Save $25
Join us on Friday, April 14th as we celebrate the leaders in our Community at Roaring Camp Railroads Bret Harte Hall. The space is a 6,000 square foot rustic barn with wrought-iron chandeliers, twinkle lights, and decorations. Through massive doors, the indoor space opens to a covered outdoor reception area and a beautiful meadow. This year’s Theme is “Back to the Future”. Guests are encouraged to dress as their favorite decade or character in the movies.
The evening of celebration will begin at 5:00 pm with a cocktail hour serving appetizers and a full no-host full bar with wines from Kissed by and Angel Wines and beers on tap from Steel Bonnet Brewing. Dinner will be catered by Bruno’s Bar & Grill, delicious desserts by the Hot Pink Box Dessert Company, coffee creations from Cruise Coffee Cafe, and dancing until 10:00 pm. Cheryl Rebottaro will be returning again as this year’s Master of Ceremonies. There will be live music with the Joint Chiefs Band, many raffle items, and a brief live auction conducted by Chamber Ambassador and Auctioneer Kevin Anderson.
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Nestled in the coastal redwood forests with gorgeous mountain views, yet minutes from the beach, lies a thriving community that enjoys a booming high tech industry, excellent schools, and lovely residential neighborhoods. It is a juxtaposition of these and many other qualities that make Scotts Valley a unique place to live and work. Scotts Valley is unrivaled in its ability to balance industry and community, education and experience, and improvement and beauty. Perhaps it’s the dichotomy of vastly changing landscapes and diverging views, or maybe it’s the way local businesses support and foster a lucrative yet tranquil way of life. Whatever the reason, it is clear that Scotts Valley provides an optimal environment for its residents to thrive in their work and in their lives.