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Magnolia Town Hall – April 9

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Please join the Magnolia Community Council & the Magnolia Chamber of Commerce for a Town Hall meeting on Thursday, April 9th, from 7 – 9 pm. The meeting will be held at Catherine Blaine School in the cafeteria.

Invite your friends & neighbors and participate in the discussion about the future of Magnolia, especially the Village. Learn about the Magnolia Community Council & the Magnolia Chamber of Commerce and the work they do to make Magnolia a better place. Contact Greg Carnese, gregc@lerouxmagnolia.com for more information.

COME AND JOIN THE MOCK EARTHQUAKE EMERGENCY EXERCISE! BRING THE WHOLE FAMILY!

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COME AND JOIN THE MOCK EARTHQUAKE EMERGENCY EXERCISE! BRING THE WHOLE FAMILY!

Act as a victim (scenarios provided), interview victims, write down info for radio operators, admin & operations roles, etc. Learn about our community plan at MIQABePrepared.org. The Magnolia Interbay Queen Anne Emergency Preparedness Committee (MIQA EPC) is part of our MagQA neighborhood district council.

 

EOC-ACS-HUBS Field Exercise/Drill on May 9, 2015 from 5PM-10PM

Locations: West Queen Anne (WQ) Playfield and West Magnolia (WM) Playfield, usually set up on West Side of Magnolia Community Center

 

The Emergency Operations Center and the Auxiliary Communications Service sponsor this mock exercise for our local communication HUBS and volunteer radio operators.

 

SCENARIO: 2nd day after initial earthquake with multiple aftershocks triggering landslides, plus windstorm coming in evening.

 

The purpose of a Hub Communication Site:

provide a safe place; allow public gathering after a disaster; report problems and seek help for issues that you and your neighbors can not manage; volunteer skills, supplies and equipment to help others; communicate by radio with other Hub Sites and the City, if possible; have resources matched and dispatched to reported needs, as available.

 

The Auxiliary Communications Service (ACS) is a program created by government’s disaster or emergency management office to supplement its emergency communications with unpaid staff. Skilled and dedicated people, licensed and unlicensed, can be recruited to serve in one or more of four categories: administrative, management, technical, and operations.

If you are interested in participating in the May Drill please register for the event, The event is FREE. Click below:

Drill 5-9-15

Thank you!

Joe Villario

MIQABeprepared Support Staff