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Southern California Edison Reminds Seniors to Stay Cool

Southern California Edison (SCE) and the American Red Cross, in partnership with the Cathedral City Senior Center, hosted a health and energy efficiency news workshop this past Tuesday.

Dr. Anne Zschaechner of Eisenhower Immediate Care Center discussed the importance of avoiding heat-related illnesses. Dr Zschaechner, a family practice physician in the Coachella Valley since 1987, is Canadian and American board-certified in family practice.

The American Red Cross offered tips on how to recognize heat exhaustion and heat stroke. SCE provided tips on how to save energy and money and helped seniors manage their energy bills.

Lynne Kneifel, Executive Director, Cathedral City Senior Center gave the introductions. In attendance were Kathy De Rosa, Mayor of Cathedral City, Anne Zschaechner, M.D., Eisenhhower Immediate Care Centers, Lin Juniper, Region Manager, Southern California Edison, Flor Tolley, Southern California Edison, Jennifer Nathan, Riverside County Chapter, American Red Cross, Pam Anderson, Executive Director, Riverside County Chapter, American Red Cross. Photo: Dr. Anne Zschaechner, Mayor Kathy De Rosa and Mashi Nyssen, Southern California Edison.