NOAA Weather Radio Presentation in Pacific County

The Pacific County Emergency Management Agency is coordinating with the Washington to host a Weather Radio Program on Thursday, March 21, 2013 from 6:00 – 8:00 p.m. at the Riverview Education Center at 600 Washington Ave in Raymond. The program is designed to educate the public on the warnings and alerts that may be issued from the National Weather Service.

Program participants will learn important information about tsunamis and how to make a home preparedness kit during a presentation by the Washington State Emergency Management Division. Participants may be eligible to receive a NOAA weather radio at no cost. All Pacific County residents are welcome to attend this training; however, radios are limited to the first 50 residents who meet the specified income levels. Programming assistance will be provided.

The NOAA Weather Radio Program is coordinated by the Washington State Emergency Management Division, the National Tsunami Hazard Mitigation Program, the Pacific County Emergency Management Agency, and the Grays Harbor College.

Please contact AmeriCorps Member Kirsten Harvill at (360) 875-9409 for more information.




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