Events

  • GET REFRESHED ON WaSH!!! Do you feel like you have forgotten some of the information provided in your WaSH Class? Would you just like to again hear what was discussed in your WaSH Class (and maybe get some new information)? Do you have questions/concerns about WaSH? Are you having a problem with any of the […]

  • SOUTH COUNTY EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS FAIR Saturday, May 19th from 10am – 3pm Kiawanda Community Center 10:30-2:30 “Wiggle Watcher Display” for Kids and Adults! 10:30 – 11:15 How to safely set aside enough medications to get through an Emergency  Rich Silverman, RPh, Clinical Pharmacist Rinehart Clinic, Wheeler 11:30 – 12:15 Basic First Aid Dan Sheridan, RN, […]

  • We know that a disaster is going to happen, it’s just a question of when. Water pipes will be broken, sewer pipes will leak raw sewage, our normal ways to get safe water or go to the toilet will disappear.  Plus, how can we easily wash our hands and prevent the spread of cholera or […]

  • This class is for those unfamiliar with the operation of handheld radios in general and the yellow radio in particular.  The participant learns the basics, how to turn on the radio, adjust the volume, find the right channel, and how to initiate a contact with another yellow-radio user. Class content is intended for individuals living […]

  • Yellow Radio 102 is for those who have completed Yellow Radio for Beginners (YR-101) and , hopefully, have  practiced using their radios.  YR-102 focuses on proper radio communication practices during an emergency. Participants in this class learn how to use their radios to check in with their neighbors, how to get the most up-to-date information, […]

  • Yellow Radio 101 Class Schedule* (NOTE: Strike through indicates class is fully booked. [Click More Info to see this]) Saturday, March 17, 2018                    11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Tuesday, March 27, 2018                     11 a.m. to 1p.m. Saturday, April 7, 2018                         11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Tuesday, April 24, 2018               […]

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