General meeting focusing on health and well-being for the Hollywood Riviera

Greetings Riviera residents,

Our next general meeting is scheduled for this Wednesday, February 5 at Richardson Middle School, starting at 7:00 PM.

We will hear from, and be able to ask questions of,  Blue Zones, a division of Beach Cities Health District, and Joe Galliani, the “Creative Greenius” of the South Bay Cities Green Task Force. The Blue Zones people will discuss their comprehensive program for long life and healthful living, and Mr. Galliani will share the latest information on solar power initiatives for the home, and other, practical ways for homes in the Riviera to save energy and money.  Bring a friend – bring a neighbor!

Special giveaways and extra refreshments will be served, doors will open at 6:30.

Did you know the RHA has a historian? The Riviera is a special place with a unique history, which can live on with your help.  If you or someone you know has a neighbor who has lived in the Riviera longer than 60 years that they would like me to interview please have them call Janet Kaplan at 310 780 9641.  We’ll keep you posted on the results.  The RHA has quite a treasure trove of past history, going back to the forties.  Come to the upcoming General Meeting and ask how you can learn more.

Coming soon: this year’s deadline for RHA Scholarship applications.  The RHA awards scholarships each year to deserving seniors living in the Riviera. For more information, see our Scholars webpage.

You can use the upcoming meeting as an opportunity to update your dues, or simply use our handy Paypal option.  Thank you for your support, and also the support from our newsletter advertisers.  For the latest Riviera Reporter, click here.

Save the date: On April 2 [corrected date] the RHA will host a city council Candidates Night, our Riviera’s best opportunity to meet and question our prospective city representatives.  This will be held at South High — we’ll get you more details, so stay tuned.

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