Family Emergency Readiness Expo being held on Sept. 10 in Howell
Free admission, free parking and free tours of the U of M survival jet, helicopters, fire trucks, ambulances and Sheriff Command Vehicles at the Family Emergency Readiness EXPO on 9/10/16 in honor of National Preparedness Month.
The EXPO is the largest educational and informational event in Michigan helping citizens to cope, survive and prevail over natural and man-made disasters. 9:30 am to 3:30 pm at 1911 Tooley Road, Howell [map at readylivingston.com] at the new & impressive Liv Co Public Safety Complex.
Speakers and topics include: What do mom's put in their 72 hour kit?;What to do in a electric black out?; How to build a better first aid kit; First steps to readiness; A simple family disaster plan; How to survive an active shooter; Avoid road rage& car jackings; Communication is worth more than gold in a disaster; What to do when the toilets won't flush; A mom's disaster plan; How to cope with a natural gas cut off; How to ready your pets and livestock; Women, Refuse to be a victim; self defense; Fire will hurt you, smoke will kill you faster; Red Cross; Consumers Power, DTE Energy; Michigan State Police, Sheriff Bob Bezotte; NRA; Therese Cremonte, Emergency Manager; LivCo Health Dept; Fire Chief Andy Pless; Ken Zichi Ham radio club; John Watters, Liv Co EMS; face painting for kids, gun raffle and vendors offering food, products and services to cope, survive and prevail.
The reality is no government can rescue you for about 5 to 10 days after a disaster so you better be self sufficient on your own. ready livingston.com