Diamond Heights Holiday Party YouTube Link, Safety Resources, Look What I Did Website Link, Spread Epidemic of Kindness
Wishing you Happy Holidays and a safe and healthy 2021 from Resilient Diamond Heights and the Diamond Heights Community Association
Diamond Heights Holiday Party and Safety Links from Greggy Carey:
If you missed our virtual Holiday Party on December 19, please enjoy it on YouTube. The party provides a wide variety of segments including holiday greetings from Supervisor Rafael Mandelman, Senator Scott Wiener and Assemblyperson David Chiu, neighborhood entertainers, contests for favorite holiday pet costume and homemade holiday decoration, video of the work of Urban Angels and a safety presentation by Greggy Carey.
YouTube Link to party: https://youtu.be/Ui_81l1XVW8
Link to RDH safety brochures: https://www.dropbox.com/s/hcedglvs5sncfe4/Brochure%20Overview%201_1.pdf?dl=0
Facebook Link: https://www.facebook.com/resilientdiamondheights
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Activity Website from Beverly Patterson and Aaron Long, Diamond Heights Residents
This is a wonderful website of activities for children and adults with instructions for making items, games, puzzles and Winter Holiday Projects. See sample hand made ornaments above.
Epidemic of Kindness: Please reply to dhcasf.org if interested or with ideas
An Epidemic of Kindness program is being designed with support from Resilient Diamond Heights (RDH) and the Diamond Heights Community Association (DHCA). Betty Peskin, DHCA Board member, inspired by the COVID podcasts of Dr. Michael Osterholm, has suggested asking residents to put heads together online to find ways to have safe contact with those living nearby using social distancing and masks. Would neighbors be cheered with a quick check-in, a brief visit outside at the front door or a park visit?
Thankfully, many of us are already engaged in neighborly acts of kindness. Let’s see if we can make this a ‘pebbles in the pond‘ type event, and expand it to include those whom we might not see often, or invite those who might want to get out and volunteer in our immediate vicinities to try new ways of connecting with neighbors at a time of loneliness and need. Let’s see how we can bring moments of joy to those nearby. This is a time when children might be welcomed participants in small acts of kindness. Please send ideas and suggestions to the email address dhcasf.org