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St. Helena's Grace Episcopal Church

The Rev. Amy Denney Zuniga and the Rev. Anne Clarke lead the congregation out of St. Helena's Grace Episcopal Church during a practice fire drill on a recent Sunday. The church congregation celebrated "Preparation Sunday" with an emergency preparedness fair, held after the service.

Grace Episcopal Church will hold an Emergency Preparedness Fair from 6-8 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 24, at 1314 Spring St.

Volunteers are asked to form Fire Safe Councils in their own neighborhoods. There will have a short presentation in the sanctuary by Supervisor Diane Dillon and first responders (St. Helena Fire, Police and Cal Fire). This will be followed by a gathering in the Newton Room at large tables, each table designated as one of the eight neighborhoods of St. Helena.

The goal is to create neighbor-to-neighbor councils. These councils are created with the goal of gathering information of each neighbor — those with handicaps, elderly, or medical issues as well as those who have supplies and equipment useful during an emergency/power outage that affects St. Helena.

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This is the culmination of neighbors sustaining themselves during an emergency situation in which first responders are unable to help due to the crisis that can occur during a disaster.

Light refreshments will be served during this event.

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