Emergency Preparedness Committee – August Update

YOU CAN’T (Shouldn’t) MISS THIS OPPORTUNITY As a member of the Dana Point CERT (Community Emergency Response Team) I am delighted to announce our 8th annual 2015 City of Dana Point EMERGENCY EXPO on Saturday, August 22 from 10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. at Dana Hills High School.
It is intended to provide the public an OPPORTUNITY to interact and learn about EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS on a small and large scale, as well as how their local, state and federal governments respond.
WOW! Check out this lineup of organizations that will be attending and providing displays, information and FREE GIVEAWAYS; The first 300 in attendance will be provided a red Ready OC bucket to collect a few personal EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS supplies including: emergency preparedness water packets, emergency food packets, emergency blankets and emergency light sticks. Over 30 local, state and federal agencies will be participating including: Dana Point CERT, Orange County Sheriff’s Dept., Orange County Fire Authority, California Highway Patrol, CARE Ambulance, CHOC Hospital, United States Coast Guard, FBI, US Border Patrol, National Guard and more.
OVER 50 VEHICLES will be on display: 5 Helicopters, fire trucks, SWAT, Harbor Patrol Boat, Bomb Squad, K9, HazMat AND, to keep you fueled during your visit, FOOD TRUCKS (The Cut Burgers, The Grilled Cheese Truck and Kona Ice will be there serving their goodies).
Bring your kids, grand kids, and friends and experience and learn not only who and how we are served and protected BUT how you can be BETTER PREPARED yourself. DON’T STOP reading now:
On Saturday, September 26, our own Niguel Shores EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS COMMITTEE will sponsor another CPR/AED/FIRST AID class in the clubhouse from 9:00 a.m. -5:00 p.m. This valuable class can provide you with LIFE & DEATH training and is certified.
Cost is $45.00. Please sign up at the Niguel Shores office and provide a check made out to Scott Lehnkering, our instructor. You may cancel up to a week prior to the class.
—Kent Wellbrock