A Chance to help: November 10-18 National Hunger and Homeless Awareness Week. The BI Interfaith Council has invited all BI churches to participate in this chance to help those in need. During this week, you can drop off needed survival items: tents, tarps, sleeping bags and sleeping pads in good condition at the BI Senior
Thank you all for making our first drill so successful. We safely left Webster Hall in less than 2 minutes and gathered just beyond the playground area for further instruction from the Safety Leader identified with a safety yellow vest. Your cooperation and willingness to help those who needed it was appreciated! The Prepared Cedars Taskforce, Leslie Marshall, Barbara Golden,
If you, like many others, were inspired by the October 7th service with Scott James, Prepared Cedars Taskforce is here to help you get started or maintain your momentum in preparedness. Thank you for the insightful questions and comments during the Talking Circle. If you still have a story to tell and/or questions to ask, please
When you gather as a group, include a discussion of WHO-WHAT-HOW. Who will lead if there’s an emergency; what happens if you need to leave the space; and how will you exit? These questions don’t qualify as fun topics but they are necessary and could be life-saving.
Want to get notifications when emergencies happen in your community? Sign up for alerts from Kitsap County. Go to www.public.alertsense.com. It’s easy and will keep you up to date on amber alerts, road closures, and other happenings.