On an unseasonably warm and sunny day in Diamond Heights, St. Aidan's participated with two tables at the neighborhood health and safety fair. We arrived with extra layers of clothing and instead needed extra sunscreen! Susan Spencer and Kazu Kuga-Henderson did blood pressure checks and handed out material about Diamond Diners and the Food Pantry. Betsy Eddy did an amazing job of organizing and implementing everything in her 100% effective way. Pam Wong and I had activities for the children - making and decorating fun badges out of tin foil, drawing pictures of growing plants, and planting sweet pea seeds. It was a fun Saturday and a great way to meet new neighborhood friends. (Oh, and also we had a small but beautiful harvest from the garden, which went to the Free Farm Stand in the Mission......) Photos below......
Deacon at St. Aidan's