On July 29 Practice for a disaster with Seattle neighborhood volunteers and HAM radio operators

After a major disaster, we may become our own first responders. Learn how we can continue to share information and communicate when all normal forms of communications are down.
Location:    MIQA Community Emergency Hub at West Magnolia Playfield
Date & Time:   July 29, 0900 to 1200
All are welcome!

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