VashonBePrepared Disaster Preparedness Blogs

Everyone's blog is listed on this page chronologically. Use options on the right to search or filter by various means - or to look further back in time. Subscribe for automatic delivery of these updates using RSS or Twitter using the tag VashonBPrepared - no 'e' to keep within the 15 character limit. These used to automatically show up on our Facebook page - but they no longer allow that. Any VashonBePrepared volunteers can easily blog - contact the Tech Team to get set up.

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By Vicky de Monterey Richoux on 6/17/2018 6:39 AM

Voice of Vashon filmed the March 31 preparedness seminar so you can watch it from home anytime.

By John Cornelison on 6/15/2018 4:36 PM
clip_image002Vashon Maury Island Radio Club and VashonBePrepared invite the public to visit Vashon’s amateur radio volunteers at next Saturday’s 2018 Field Day event!

Vashon Hams gather at our Field Day location atop the Swallow’s Nest Bluff on June 23rd and 24th to compete in the largest single amateur radio and emergency preparedness exercise. It's a fun day to come out and...

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The above section lists a subset of all our blogs. Initially it is just the most recent ~20-25 blogs, but if you use widgets in the right column to specify a particular author, topic, starting date or other filtering criteria, the above display (and that on the home page) may reflect your choices.

If you just want older blogs, specify a different  starting date. If you want really old (circa 2005-2010) stories, see our archives from our previous site.

Subscribe for automatic delivery of these updates using RSS or Twitter using the tag VashonBPrepared - no 'e' to keep within the 15 character limit. These should automatically show up on our Facebook page too - but that's currently only works intermittently.

Other established VashonBePrepared volunteers can easily blog - contact der Tech Team to get set up.

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