30 community members signed in and will be added to the "Emergency Preparedness" list.
The meeting was turned over to Diane Moore who led us through the SNAP curriculum while answering numerous questions. She also stayed about 15 minutes after the meeting was adjourned at 8:00 to answer additional questions.
Pene Karovsky announced that due to the importance of emergency preparedness, all the scheduled community meetings in 2019 will set aside time to continue the process of informing and training community members.
The council is happy to announce that community member, Linda Becker has agreed to work with the council on this important subject. We are also going to join with other central district communities under the tutelage of Thomas Kiehne, a dedicated, energetic community organizer so that we can combine efforts and not reinvent the wheel in each community. As plans develop, I will post updates on our BLOG. Anyone interested in helping develop a robust plan for our neighborhood is most welcome. Send an email to email@example.com
Minutes submitted by Board President, Penelope Karovsky