We usually meet in Kelseyville's Pioneer Park at 4 pm on the 2nd Sunday of every month.
This may be a Live AND Zoom meeting: we can connect to Zoom from the park.
If we hold a Zoom meeting, the address is sent by email -- contact firstname.lastname@example.org for an invitation.
In an effort to foster greater participation from the community, they will be meeting in county parks and other public venues around the lake every month. “Hosting our meetings in different locations around the county”, says Lorna Sides, “may allow for that participation and a chance for dialog with people who may or may not agree with the name change.”
The group will also continue to Zoom the meetings so those who can’t or don’t want to attend in person can still be involved. To request a link to Zoom our meetings visit citizensforhealing.org
Those who have heard the horrific stories about Andrew Kelsey, the man after whom the town is named, will know why we believe the town’s name needs to change. But for those who have not, or are interested in learning more, the group has historical documents and writings available to read on their website citizensforhealing.org.
The group is prepared to register Lake County voters at every meeting, and hopes to schedule interesting speakers and presenters each month.
The monthly meetings will be at 10:00 in the morning during the summer months. Meeting locations will rotate around the lake and will be announced each month.