Register for Northshore emergency preparedness workshop set for Oct. 7

  • Friday, September 29, 2017 1:30am
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The Northshore Emergency Management Coalition is offering a free emergency preparedness workshop Oct. 7

The four-hour workshop will be located at the Northshore Fire Department, 7220 NE 181st Street. It will cover topics such as preparing emergency kits, using a fire extinguisher, communications, food prep, water supply and more.

To view the workshop flyer, click here.

To register, contact Carl Lunak, Emergency Manager, at, or 425 354 1744.

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