June 6-10, local, state and federal officials conducted a massive earthquake drill called Cascadia Rising. Over 1,600 first responders, military personnel, and emergency management crews simulated what life will be like throughout the Puget Sound region in the event of The Big One, a 9.0 quake.
Many of us have been anticipating such a disaster for years. Others, perhaps not as much. But let us gather now to understand more fully what is at stake – what resources will be available to us now that officialdom is beginning to awaken to this threat, and what is the true nature of our preparation? Is a ten-year old bag of rice still edible? Can we truly survive on our own for months? How long will it take to rebuild? Join the Graham Self-Reliant Community’s July meeting to discuss this possibility and hear from a panel of local firefighters, preppers, and experts.
See you 6:30-8:30 on Wednesday July 13, 2016 at the Graham Fire Hall 23014 70th Ave E.
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