Thursday, September 27: Video/Photo Opportunity – Open to the Public
Come join the Seattle Police Department’s Office of Emergency Management and City Target who are conducting a preparedness workshop from 5:30-7:00 p.m. as 75 families from the Rotary Boys & Girls Club (201 19th Avenue) learn what to do during earthquakes and other disasters. It’s all part of a National Preparedness Month partnership between the Department’s Office of Emergency Management, the Seattle Police Foundation and Target. Each family will receive a disaster kit from Target. Then on Saturday, September 29, families are invited to City Target where they can customize their kits with $100 gift cards from Target.
Saturday, September 29: Video/Photo Opportunity – Open to the Public
Come join 150 Seattle families (which includes 75 families from the Hearing, Speech and Deafness Center in Seattle and 75 families from the Rotary Boys & Girls Club) at the City Target (2nd Avenue and Pine Street downtown) between 8:30 a.m. and 10:30 a.m. to supplement their disaster kits, thanks to gift cards from Target.
Seattle Police Officers, Emergency Managers, and Target Associates will be on hand throughout the store to assist families as they shop for preparedness basics to help their family get better prepared for disasters and other emergencies.