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2021 Meeting Calendar

15 January 19 February 26 March 16 April
21 May 18 June 16 July 20 August
17 September 15 October 19 November 17 December

tortoiseThe CTTC Valley Chapter meets at Woodland Hills Christian Church, 5920 Shoup Avenue, Woodland Hills, CA 91367 (at the corner of Oxnard Street). The meeting is on the third Friday of the month at 7:30 pm.

Until further notice, the Valley chapter's meetings are taking place virtually via Zoom. Information about the Zoom virtual meetings will appear below as it becomes available.

Visit our Meeting page for a map and directions to our meeting location.

Representatives from the CTTC Valley Chapter appeared on KNBC (Channel 4) on Tuesday, 15 May on the 11am News! In case you missed it, here is a link to the segment: https://www.nbclosangeles.com/news/local/Clear-the-Shelters_-Amputee-Turtle_-Baby-Turtles-Need-Homes_Los-Angeles-482706371.html


Next meeting: 16 July
In-person Meeting at Woodland Hills Christian Church in the Patio

July — Tortoise & Turtle Show & Tell Meeting Event
We are planning on having our annual outdoor Turtle & Tortoise Chapter event at Woodland Hills Community Church. Guidelines and arrangements are being made with the church venue to ensure that proper safe protocols are being met.

Start time will likely be at 7pm, to give time to eat and socialize. Food for the event will be provided by the chapter, we are currently exploring catering and “boxed lunch” types of service, and developing the budget. If any of you know of a restaurant with great food that can do either of these kinds of service, please let Cristina and Karen know by replying to all. We will need to know how many of you would attend, as there are minimums for most catering and boxed lunch services, so be sure to reply to this email to help us plan. That will also help us with determining cost, and as part of the survey, please let us know if you are a red meat, chicken, or vegetarian eater, so we can balance the offerings and fit food preferences as best we can.

We have conferred with the church on how they are currently doing gatherings, and it was recommended to bring a mask and have it handy, just in case. since we have our shelled friends with us, there will be plenty of hand sanitizer available.

Please let us know if you are planning to attend (reply to all), your ideas for food, and whether you prefer meat (beef or chicken) or vegetarian.

Last updated: 21-Jun-2021