Free to the California Country Club Estates Residents, Cheviot Hills.
There’s always so much filming going on around the Country Club Estates, sometimes it’s nice to witness benefits that can come from it (other than seeing a familiar house on TV!). The California Country Club Estates Homes Association works with Film L.A. to mitigate the effects of filming in the neighborhood, and also works to ensure that filming done in the neighborhood brings benefits to the whole Association.
Toward that end, the CCCHA Board has used donations received from the filming to generously treat the residents of each of the Association’s 410 homes to emergency survival kits, free of charge. The kit includes everything needed for a family of four to survive for 72-hours, complete with food, water and 17 other items in a handy red backpack.
If you live within the boundaries of the Country Club Estates (the 100 acres of Cheviot Hills that, up until 1951, was actually a golf course) and have yet to pick up your emergency kit, please contact the CCCHA president Allyson Saunders: firstname.lastname@example.org or Vice President Francesca Beale-Rosano: email@example.com or 310.838.3233. If you have any questions about how to bring emergency kits to your block or neighborhood, Allyson or Francesca will be happy to answer any questions you may have.
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