Two neighbor-to-neighbor emergency preparedness meetings, one in Spanish and one in English, will be held this month in St. Helena.
After the Spanish noon service on Sunday, Nov. 17 at the St. Helena Catholic Church, 1340 Tainter St., Supervisor Diane Dillon, Mayor Geoff Ellsworth and other representatives from the city will address the congregation in Spanish.
The second meeting will be from 6 to 8 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 19 at Grace Episcopal Church, 1314 Spring St. The meeting in English will be held in the church sanctuary. Speakers include Dillon, Ellsworth, representatives from the St. Helena police and fire departments, Cal Fire, Napa County Firewise’s Christopher Thompson, Caroline Upton and her FEMA-trained dog, Wawona, and the Rev. Amy Denney Zuniga, rector of Grace Episcopal Church.
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After everyone is finished speaking, the neighborhood groups will go to the Newton Room in Bourn Hall, where tables for each street neighborhood have been set up, coordinated by City Councilmember Anna Chouteau and church member Gail Showley.
For more information, contact the Grace Church office, 963-4157 or email email@example.com.