Emergency Communications Team in Shoreline during Arts Festival

Wednesday, June 25, 2014

Communications Mobile Command Vehicle
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Public Demonstration and Practice of Emergency Communications 11am June 28 - 11am June 29 in the field next to the Spartan Gym at the Shoreline Center.

The Oso disaster is a vivid reminder that emergencies can happen close to home. Shoreline has a team of Emergency Communication specialists that you don’t often see. But now is your chance to have a look at what they do and how you could easily become part of that. Talk with the people who will assist the City of Shoreline, the Fire Department, The Police, Emergency Shelters, and the schools and neighborhoods where we all live. This could be during a snow storm, flood, explosion, major fire, or the earthquake we often talk about. You name it and when the city needs help this team will be there. You can be there too!

Come meet the people, your neighbors, who are trained and  prepared to help. Talk with them and see their equipment. You may have an opportunity to even try some of their radios. It is an important part of providing a valuable community service. It’s also a fun group of people who will welcome your interest and within a few months you could be communicating on a radio and part of this team. To learn more about this go to the Shoreline Auxiliary Communication Service website.   

See you there…..Saturday, June 27, 11AM to Sunday, June 28. 


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