LEARN HOW TO PREPARE YOURSELF AND YOUR NEIGHBORS FOR EMERGENCIES (AND DISASTERS) Please Join BEAN on Wednesday, August 30, from 6:00 until 8:00 p.m. at the Beacon Hill Library, 2821 Beacon Avenue South (in the Resource Room located to the right of the entrance). Cindi Barker from the West Seattle Hub network will be there […]
After a successful launch, BEAN is hosting the next step to inform our Beacon Hill neighbors about how to build neighborhood resiliency and emergency preparedness. We’re building a communication and resource network, desperately needed on Beacon Hill, which will serve to help all residents in case of emergency. Join us and learn how you […]
The Beacon Hill area is seriously under–represented in terms of community emergency hubs, and the Beacon Emergency Action Network (BEAN) is asking you to join us to help bring our neighborhood the healthy resiliency we deserve. It’s been proven that neighborhoods where people are connected survive and thrive when things fall apart. BEAN is […]
The Beacon United Methodist Church will be hosting a table to distribute preparedness information and to recruit members to help them form a hub based at their church. Stop in if you live nearby and volunteer! This event is sponsored by the International District Health Association, International District Drop-in Center, and the Beacon UMC.
Beacon Hill Meaningful Movies Join us to watch a “groundbreaking” documentary which educates homeowners, business owners and educators on earthquake hazards unique to the Cascadia region and how to effectively prepare for and survive them. The movie will be followed by a presentation on the Seattle Neighbors Actively Prepare (SNAP) program and on the […]