The Seattle Office of Emergency Management’s “Monthly Connection” newsletter was published today. Thought we would
steal excerpt a couple of items from it that relate to the emergency communication hubs and/or West Seattle.
- KOMO “What If?” Expo: Tomorrow, Saturday, June 9th at Northgate Mall from 10 to 5.
Are You Prepared? You know you need an emergency preparedness plan; it is on your to-do list. But where do you start? How do you talk to your children about the possibility of disaster and how it will affect your family? Join us at Northgate Mall this Saturday, June 9, for the What If Expo and take that first step! You will have the opportunity to attend seminars and meet with professionals to prepare yourself, your business, and your family. Get your questions answered. Get your plan in order. Get prepared.
More than 20 exhibitors will be on hand with information and activities. Be sure to check out the Seattle Emergency Communication Hubs table (staffed by several West Seattle Be Prepared members), Seattle Auxiliary Communications Services table and the Seattle Home Retrofit Program table. Special seminars by Seattle Emergency Management (11:45 a.m.) and the Seattle Commission for People with Disabilities (12:30 p.m.)
- SNAP (Seattle Neighborhoods Actively Prepare) classes are underway; see the OEM events calendar for more details.
High Point Branch Library
3411 SW Raymond St., 98126
Tuesday, June 12, 2012
Open to all, no pre-registration.
These are just excerpts from the Monthly Connection newsletter; you can subscribe to it here: http://www.seattle.gov/lists/eocsnap.htm.