On Wednesday evening from 7 to 9 p.m. at the Sunset Hill Community Association (3033 NW 66th St), residents can learn how to be better prepared if a disaster strikes. Debbie Goetz with the Seattle Office of Emergency Management will do a presentation on how to respond to a disaster as a household and neighborhood. She will have handouts, disaster kit information and displays. Raffle tickets will be on sale for $2 to win one of ten Red Cross First Aid and Emergency books.
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What kind of disaster kit should I have prepared for McGinn’s election?
That lying SOB is doing more damage to this city than the Great Seattle Fire plus the next big earthquake.