Monthly Meeting

A General Meeting and luncheon is held the last Wednesday of each month, September through June, at the San Vicente Resort, 24157 San Vicente Road, Ramona.

  • Check in and social time – 11:00 am
  • Call to Order – 11:30 am
  • Luncheon – Noon
  • Program – 12:30 pm

The luncheon is open to the public, with members and guests encouraged to make a reservation at the San Vicente Resort  front desk by the Friday before the meeting. The cost is $15.00. If you have made a reservation and must cancel, please call Pam Molthen at 760-789-6659 or contact her at psmolthen@sbcglobal.net.  Pam also has membership information.

Updates & Announcements

Meet and Greet

Some SVVC Members

The San Vicente Valley Club invites you to a Meet and Greet, on Tuesday, October 17th from 5:30pm – 7:30pm. We will be serving beverages, including wine and appetizers.  Please come and check us out. Please call Pam Molthen 760-789-6659 or email her at: psmolthen@sbcglobal.net to sign up and get directions.

Residents of Ramona, Julian, Santa Isabel (and actually, where ever you live) are welcome! We are a delightful mix of women who enjoy our lives, want to give back and are thankful that we found this group.

Shake, Rattle ‘n Roll Sock Hop

San Vicente Valley Club’s 2017 Fundraiser was a fun-filled evening on March 25th  at San Vicente Resort, 24157 San Vicente Rd. Ramona, Ca 92065.

Clad in Bobby socks, poodle skirts, loafers, college or high school letter sweater, we enjoyed an evening of dining, laughing and a silent auction. Local DJ Sandy Gilman spun the platters.  The Sock Hop was a night to remember. San Vicente Valley Club was established 30 years ago and is a nonprofit organization for all residents of Ramona brought together for the social, philanthropic and civic betterment of the community with our generous charitable contributions towards student scholarships and the needs of our community.

Amazon Smile

We’re trying something new to raise funds for our scholarships and community grants. If you shop on Amazon, use the following link to donate a portion of your purchase to the Valley Club. This donation won’t cost you anything and will be a big help to us. https://smile.amazon.com/ch/33-0729310
 Have you visited our Interest Groups? Find a new interest and meet some of our members. 

Friends of Ramona Library
All the current news about our Library can be found at the Friends new website: http://friendsoframonalibrary.org and by reading the Friends newsletter, The Friendly Wave, posted on the site.

Send all Updates To Maxine McNamara


November 2017

Kitty Brisendine’s passion is food! After dazzling her friends and family for years, the transition to cooking for the public was easy. Kitty’s team, Here’s the Rub BBQ, has won awards at many competitions throughout California. Kitty attended the North County Culinary Academy and earned a spot on the Dean’s list for her accomplishments. Six years ago, Kitty opened her business, Something Delicious, offering personal chef services, wine and beer pairings, private dinners, parties and cooking lessons all over San Diego County. She will share her passion by demonstrating, “Easy, Nutritious Holiday Treats.”

October 2017

Melissa Sargent, the founder and CEO of Hearts and Hooves Therapy, has been involved with horses for 17 years on all levels from scooping poop, showing, training and caring for them. Her experience has ranged from 4-H, Future Farmers of America and getting a Veterinary Assistant Certification. She has studied animal behavior and is a Pet Partner’s animal therapy handler. She was also a foster child that was adopted and raised by a foster parent and has learned many things from all the children served in her home!

Hearts and Hooves Therapy Horse

Heart and Hooves Therapy is a 501(c) 3 non-profit public charity that enhances the lives of children and adults, any age and ability with a different kind of therapy! Volunteers use AAA (animal assisted activities) and AAT (animal assisted therapy) to offer on-site sessions and off-site visits with their mini horses and other animals. They serve any and all, regardless of where they are located or what they are going through.