6 Things to Do on WEDNESDAY April 22
1 It’s the 50th Anniversary of Earth Day. Celebrations are going digital. The Earth Day Network has a smartphone app, Earth Challenge 2020 to engage millions of global citizens in gathering data about air quality and plastic pollution. Go to earthchallenge2020.earthday.org. They believe that “Earth Day should not be seen as a deadline but rather a spark that inspires future action.” Find a compilation of Earth Day activities online posted on myheraldreview.com and in today’s issue.
Support Group Links
AA groups don’t post here, but if you wish to connect with them, check in with aa-intergroup.org/directory.php
For caregiver support online, check out caregiver.org/support-groups.
Folks who need mental health support can visit nami.org. Covid-19 tips are on the home page.
Overeaters Anonymous: A 12-Step fellowship for all who suffer from an eating disorder, whether it be overeating or undereating. Many groups are meeting by phone or Zoom. Go to oasouthernaz.org for connections. There are also virtual non-synchronous meetings happening over email, social media, bulletin boards, and more.
Ask M & M Live is hoping to have a representative from Ann Kirkpatrick’s office. They plan their guests out one week at a time to be sure they are completely relevant to the fast changing business climate. Head to facebook.com/AZRegionalEDF at 1 p.m.
Kathleen Lehew of The Sierra Vista Public Library recommends “A Discovery of Witches” by Deborah Harkness. She says it’s “a much more enthralling adventure” than the TV show. Head to ccld.overdrive.com to borrow a copy.