Get Prepared during Red Cross Preparedness Month with Wildfire and Home Fire presentations Sept 8 and Sept 29, 2021


From Melissa Altman, Regional Preparedness Manager, American Red Cross Southern California Region: September is National Preparedness month and to celebrate the Red Cross will be hosting two virtual preparedness presentations. The topics chosen are the most common occurring disasters that affect our area: wildfires and home fires.

We’ll be giving tips on how you and your household can prepare ahead and prevent these types of disasters, and how to respond and recover from them. Below are the dates and the links to join the presentation and attached is a flyer with the information.

Wildfire Preparedness: September 8, 2021 6:30-7:30pm; Join Zoom Meeting:

Home Fire Preparedness: September 29, 2021 6:30-7:30; Join Zoom Meeting:

Please share this information far and wide so people start taking steps to be more prepared. Here’s the PDF announcement: National Preparedness Month Flyer

For information about the University City Fire Safe Council with more fire emergency safety tips, visit


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