EDITOR’S NOTE: While some clubs have informed The Union of meeting cancellations due to COVID-19 concerns, we did have not heard from them all. Please call ahead to confirm future meeting times and/or cancellations. We encourage club members to inform us of any future cancellations.
The Union publishes Club News each Saturday. To share the latest from your western Nevada County club or organization, email email@example.com. Unfortunately only a small fraction of club submissions are published in the print version of The Union due to space constraints. To see the complete list of clubs, visit http://www.TheUnion.com, scroll down to the bottom and click on “announcements.”
Gold Country Senior Services
To meet the increasing needs, we are still providing nutritious meals for seniors, which are so important during this pandemic. Volunteer Meals on Wheels drivers continue to deliver to homebound seniors, and we still have meals our congregate clients can take home. Several days’ worth are available for delivery and collection on Tuesdays. To sign up, phone 530-273-4961 or visit http://www.goldcountryservices.org.
Nevada County Travel Club
Hello, my friends. If you are reading this you probably like to travel. Sadly, 2020 has not been much of a travel year. But we don’t stop being travelers because we are stuck at home. Our group will gather again as soon as it is safe to do so and our “travel table” will again be covered with colorful brochures. Rest assured that our travel director, Phyllis Murdock, has been working at home researching information on cruise lines, airlines, talking to travel companies and putting together a list of possible trips for 2021. We will not be holding a meeting in July, let’s keep our fingers crossed for August. I will keep you posted and our newsletter will go out around the first week of each month. Until then, stay safe and be well. For more information, call me, Judi Foy, at 530-432-3933.
Grass Valley Retired Public Employees Association (RPEA)
CalPERS is sponsoring Assembly Bill 2473 (Cooper), exempting “Private Loans” made by a “Public Investment Fund” from the California Public Records Act (CPRA). “Private Loans” are a new and untested investment strategy, which has not been commonly used for the investment of money held in trust to fund public pension obligations. These loans only have the potential to yield high interest if they are
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