Emergency Preparedness Committee: Updated Contact Information

WOW, is it August already? Although there’s still plenty of summer and fall to enjoy, don’t forget to keep in mind the precautions for hot weather, sunburn, beach and pool safety, crazy traffic, and so forth. AND, I hate to remind you, as if you didn’t know already, but back-to-school is just around the corner. In addition to getting supplies and … [Read more...]

Emergency Preparedness Committee: Summer Safety

Wishing you a wonderful and SAFE Fourth of July celebration. Enjoy the day with family and friends—food, games, beach, sun and, yes, fireworks displays (run by the pros, without you ever lighting a match). Did you hear the one about the good neighbor/bad neighbor nearby? We are so fortunate to have a beautiful expanse of OCEAN literally at our … [Read more...]

Emergency Preparedness Committee: Summer Safety

Holy Cow! Summer time and the livin’ is . . .Can you believe we are entering summer already? Kids out of school, weather and ocean temps going up, vacations planned, Da Beach calls us, and there’s time to enjoy it. BUT, don’t forget some basic summer safety tips: For our children (and big kids, too), now’s the time to make sure everyone applies at … [Read more...]

Emergency Preparedness Committee: Online Safety

Over the last two issues of the Seashore News we outlined some of the ongoing scams and abuses targeting our personal information that compromise identity and financial security through stolen passwords, unsolicited phone calls, credit card information, internet breaches, and many other avenues as simple as stealing mail from our mailboxes, … [Read more...]

Emergency Preparedness Committee: Virtual Safety

Last month we discussed some issues surrounding current practices of scams, identity theft, fraud, unwanted phone calls, etc. Let's revisit some of these as they are becoming more prevalent in our daily interaction over the Internet, telephone, and with credit card use. Did you read a recent article in the OC Register on password security? It’s a … [Read more...]

Emergency Preparedness Committee: CPR/AED/First Aid Class – Saturday, March 18th at 9:00 a.m. in the Clubhouse

Urgent Call to ACTION We all owe this to our significant others, family, friends and neighbors. We have scheduled a CPR/AED/ FIRST AID Class for Niguel Shores residents (and outside family & friends) for Sat., March 18 from 9:00 a.m. until Noon in the clubhouse. This is taught by an experienced and certified instructor & you will receive … [Read more...]

Emergency Preparedness Committee: Earthquakes

The first order of business for this month is to make sure you are prepared for a very SPECIAL EVENT. You have until Saturday, February 14 to think about what you are going to do for Valentine's Day. YES, that falls under Emergency Preparedness. Forget that date and you could be in trouble… Just sayin’…. In mid-January, the OC Register published … [Read more...]

Emergency Preparedness Committee: 2017

Ready or not, 2017 has arrived, and we hope you closed out 2016 with wonderful and safe holiday celebrations with family and friends. What about all of those resolutions dancing around in your heads? Exercise, diets, Honey-do's, etc. Why not add a few easy items that will help insure you are BETTER PREPARED to make your home safe & sound in … [Read more...]

Emergency Preparedness Committee: Happy & Safe Holiday Wishes

HAPPY (and SAFE) HOLIDAY WISHES We hope you enjoyed a WONDERFUL Thanksgiving this last month and have stored up enough energy to get you through Christmas and New Years celebrations. But our wishes also include tips on how to be PREPARED and plan for a SAFE holiday season. By taking some basic precautions, you can ensure your whole family remains … [Read more...]

Emergency Preparedness Committee: Earthquake Hazard Hunt

In our last 3 issues we provided reminders & tips on how to prepare for a major earthquake. These preparation steps are critical to protecting your family 24/7 should (and when) and earthquake occurs. Even if we are lucky enough in The Shores to not experience the effects of a major quake, the following steps need to be addressed in every … [Read more...]