Presenters: Donna Brodsky, Author of San Martin: Then and Now
Connie and Steve Ludewig, longtime residents of San Martin
Videos loaned from the Morgan Hill Historical Society
Where: Lions Club
12415 Murphy Avenue,
When: March 24th, 2017
Time: Doors open at 6:30 pm
Presentation from 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm
Refreshments to be provided
Also Introducing the New
San Martin Chamber of Commerce
Please mark your calendars for this wonderful event. Learn and be a part of your town!
We will be sending follow up reminders as the event gets closer!
It is big news when our rural area starts catching up with more urban areas in the technology we have available to us.
SVI is our local internet company in San Martin, and they have announced that they are planning to rollout Fiber to our area
To learn more go to: https://svifiber.servicezones.net/Home/About
San Martin Chamber of Commerce Meeting
January 31st (Tuesday) at 4:45, the San Martin Chamber of Commerce will be meeting at the County Building at 80 Highland Ave in San Martin
The agenda will include discussion of steps in creating 501c, The Chamber’s Mission, and various community events such as the Happy Day Car Show
Both individuals who are looking to help create a strong identity for San Martin, and local businesses looking to network as well as connect with local residents are welcome to participate in this meeting.
2017 SMNA Quarterly Meetings @ Lion’s Hall in San Martin:
- Thursday, April 20th, 2017 @ 7:00 p.m.
May 2017 – Wings of History Air Museum, Annual Open House and Fly-in
- Includes Hot air balloons, antique cars, farm equipment, radio-controlled model aircraft demonstrations, and more………
Nestled between two small mountain ranges, San Martin is situated on a flat valley floor with a
bountiful agricultural heritage. San Martin and the surrounding area make a very significant contribution to
the agricultural business in Santa Clara Valley which, from the Santa Clara Crop Report, shows gross
value of Santa Clara County’s agricultural production for 2015 is $279,162,600.
The activities are very varied including mushroom farms, grapes, strawberries, orchards of various types
of fruit and nuts, and general agricultural products, including organic farms.