Being ready for a disaster is important and serious business for people of all ages. Recent weather events in Colorado including tornados, hail …
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Being ready for a disaster is important and serious business for
people of all ages. Recent weather events in Colorado including
tornados, hail storms and floods demonstrate that disaster
readiness should be part of everyone’s agenda.
Other common, seasonal disasters include wildfire and blizzards,
and recently, H1N1 flu has been added to the mix of disaster
challenges facing Coloradans.
Since many youths and adults spend a third of their day at
school, action toward personal and school readiness is
For a second year, READYColorado and Radio Disney are teaming up
to make readiness awareness both fun and educational for youth.
From 10 to 10:45 a.m. on Sept. 30 students at Acres Green
Elementary School in Lone Tree will be participating in educational
games such as “Readiness Trivia” and a timed “Ready Kit Creation”
School readiness parties are being held this fall along the
Front Range, featuring music, games and prizes along with
information about how students, teachers and families can make a
difference by being ready for disasters.
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