SISTERS COUNTRY, ARE YOU “PREPARED AND READY”?
Please save the date for our next Community Conversation. The topic of this community forum will be Emergency Preparedness.
Join us for an in-person community conversation hosted at the Sisters-Camp Sherman Fire Hall with speakers addressing “how to prepare for disasters and emergencies in Sisters Country.”
Doors Open at 5:30 p.m., Program 6-7:30 p.m.
Citizens4Community (C4C) wants you to prepare for disasters and emergencies in Sisters Country… wildfires, earthquakes, snow and storm events. Get valuable information on how to prepare your family and property, get emergency alerts, follow evacuation routes, and utilize local, state and federal response and recovery services.
C4C Forum Co-Chair Jim Barnett
Chief Roger Johnson, Sisters-Camp Sherman Fire District
Sgt. Nathan Garibay, Deschutes County Emergency Services Manager
District Ranger Ian Reid, USFS Sisters
Carrie Sammons , Central & Eastern Oregon Chapter, American Red Cross
Executive Director Devin Thompson, McKenzie Valley Long-Term Recovery Group
Insurance Agent Tammy Taylor, Bisnett Insurance
Director Jack McGowan, Sisters-Camp Sherman Fire District
Mission: to inform community of all possible disaster emergencies possible in Sisters Country. How to prepare and recover from each one.
“Take home “ value… for everyone to be aware of what could happen to THEM personally and how to prepare ( i.e. emergency food and water supply, etc.) for it as much as possible.