Monthly Archives: October 2016

  • On October the 28th, Larry Wiedenhoft and Tim Anderson once again faced a full house wanting to know how best to be prepared in case an emergency struck our coast. Beyond any doubt, the recent tornado that impacted Manzanita heightened our need to be prepared. Subjects covered during the class included, among others, food, water, […]

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  • Manzanita Operations Center Haiku* Emergency Volunteer Corps Kitchen Crew and Friends 16 October 2016 (transcribed by Phyllis Thompson and friends) MOC We were so lucky that tornado didn’t come two, three blocks closer. Message to Heroes Sit down. Eat something. Breathe. . .Relax for five minutes Then back to front line. Generosity I’ve gotta move […]

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  • (Click on any image to bring the gallery full screen enabling viewing at full screen) A tip of the hat to Dave Dillon for supplying these images.  They show the damage along Laneda Avenue from 3rd Street north.  The one exception is the white house located on Laurel Avenue. A second tip of the hat […]

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  • The Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) of Nehalem Bay recently certified a new group for its membership.  The CERT concept was developed back in 1985 by the City of Los Angeles Fire Department when they recognized that oft times local citizens are on their own during the initial stages of a catastrophic disaster.  This reality […]

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Emergency Volunteer Corps of Nehalem Bay