Join Us for RDH In Person and Virtual Meeting, Sept. 24th

Resilient Diamond Heights (RDH) In Person and Zoom Meeting
Saturday, September 24, 3:00 pm

Now that pandemic-related restrictions on public meetings are easing, RDH wants to re-start its planning and training activities. An event is scheduled for Saturday, September 24, from 3:00-5:00pm, at St. Aidan’s Church, 101 Gold Mine Drive across from the Diamond Heights Shopping Center. Diamond Heights residents who attended previous RDH events will be invited, but the meeting will be open to new participants and will be advertised to the broader community.  The agenda will include a review of RDH goals and activities, with a focus on the use of St. Aidan’s as a Support Center, and will end with a presentation of the plan for the physical organization of the church for disaster response. Attendees may participate in-person or by Zoom.   
 
Current St. Aidan’s guidelines for use of the church will be followed including wearing masks.
 
Please reply to let us know if you plan to attend in person or virtually. If virtually, a Zoom link will be emailed to you closer to the meeting.
 
If you are not familiar with RDH, please see the info below.
 
Stay Safe and Well,
 
Betsy Eddy for the Resilient Diamond Heights Steering Committee 

RDH Information 
Resilient Diamond Heights (RDH) is a local volunteer community organization that helps Diamond Heights residents and businesses prepare for, and recover from, disasters including earthquakes, extreme heat and wildfires. RDH is led by a Steering Committee composed of Jill Borofka, Greg Carey, Betsy Eddy, Ed Sheffner and Cynthia Wu. St. Aidan’s Church has cooperated closely with RDH, serving as a pre-COVID site for RDH meetings and trainings. St. Aidan’s has agreed to serve as a neighborhood Support Center after an emergency such an earthquake of fire. 
 
Prior to the restrictions on public meetings imposed by the pandemic, RDH sponsored trainings and informational meetings were attended regularly by up to 25 people at each occasion. During the COVID related restrictions, RDH sponsored several trainings via Zoom. RDH hopes to encourage new membership and meet regularly at St. Aidan’s.
 
More information is available at: Select Resilient Diamond Heights (Disaster Prep) at the top of the home page.

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