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Celebration in Boring, September 13

Put September 13th on your calendar!

Family Event Showcasing our Community Organizations - FLYER

This event is sponsored by the Friends of the Boring Station Trailhead Park and the Boring-Damascus Grange.

From Gregg Ramirez CCEMTP, Emergency Manager, Clackamas Fire District #1

September is National Preparedness Month. During September, I will be conducting two programs to help families prepare for natural and man-made disasters.
  1. 30 Days 30 Ways - During the month of September I will be sharing daily tips we can all take to prepare for disaster.

    Participating is easy - sign up here, and follow along on Facebook

  2. Emergency Preparedness Seminars - I will be conducting several Emergency Preparedness presentations all throughout September. This informative seminar takes a practical look at things families should be doing in order to ensure they will be resilient to disasters. The presentation is approximately an hour and a half. We three currently scheduled. (please see the attached flyer). If your club, group, Church, neighborhood association, etc. would like to schedule a seminar they can contact me directly by email or call (503) 754-2902.


    Clackamas Fire District #1 is committed to creating a more disaster resilient community. If desaster strikes our community, you might not have access to food, water, or electricity for an extended period of time. After a large scale disaster emergency Responders may be delayed for hours or even days. Individuals, families, and communities can help improve their disaster resilience by following the Elements of Preparedness.

    During the month of September, Clackamas Fire District #1 will be hosting Community Emergence Preparedness seminars throughout the area. By focusing on the Elements of Preparedness, this free informative seminar takes a practical approach to issues such as: food storage, 72-hour kit preparation, family communication plans, and much more!

    Tuesday, September 8th
    Time: 6:00-7:30
    New Hope Church
    11731 SE Stevens Rd
    Happy Valley, OR 97086

    Saturday, September 19th
    Time: 2:00-3:30
    East Side Athletic Club
    4606 SE Boardman Ave
    Milwaukie, OR 97267

    Saturday, September 28th
    Time: 6:30-7:30
    GracePointe Church
    10750 SE 42nd Ave
    Portland, OR 97222

Nutz-n-Boltz Theater Company, a non-profit community theater, will start their fall theater season with "See How They Run," by Philip King. The comedy centers around a sleepy village and the vicar, who's American (gasp) wife wears pants and was once an actress. The town busybody gets drunk, the Cockney maid falls in love with their soldier houseguest, the Bishop is coming to visit and there is an escaped Russian convict on the loose! Add six doors, two more vicars and set it all at double-time. This comedy classic is a great way to start the tenth season of the "little theater group" that could in Boring.

PERFORMANCES: October 9-25th on Friday, Saturday at 7:30PM or Sundays at 3:00PM. Appropriate for ALL AGES, but best enjoyed by those 9 and up. Tickets at the door or online. Adults $12.00. Seniors/Students $10.00

All performances at the Boring-Damascus Grange Hall
27861 Grange St. Boring 97009

nnbtheater.com or Facebook "Nutz-n-Boltz"

Boring CPO
PO Box 363
Boring, Oregon 97009
(503) 502-5837

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