On Thursday, October 24th, from 7 to 9 pm, the Windsor Democratic Club will hear two presentations on improving Windsor’s community life.
John Stayton and Cathy Taylor, of Sonoma Political Education and Action Salon (PEAS), will speak on their group’s experiences with Zero Waste stations at the town concerts. They’ll also discuss their transition to help set up a citizens’ advisory group for the climate emergency resolution that the Town Council recently passed, especially with respect to local actions.
Rosa Reynoza will speak on emergency preparedness and resiliency, with special emphasis on recent and future power outages. Rosa is a Windsor volunteer who attends Town Council and other meetings to gather information to share with the rest of the community. She is co-chair of the Windsor Wellness Partnership, whose goals include helping both the mental and physical health of Windsor residents. Stressing over potential emergencies is normal; preparation helps. Rosa will be asking those at the meeting about whether they felt prepared for the most recent electrical outage.
The Windsor Democratic Club meets the fourth Thursday of every month, from January through October, from 7 to 9 p.m. at the Windsor Round Table Restaurant. Meetings are free and open to the public; pizza is served.