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The city of Lake Oswego holds Emergency Preparedness Fair Thursday, Sept. 15 at City Hall.

PMG PHOTO: ADAM WICKHAM - Lt. Mark Oelschlager talks to attendees during the Emergency Preparedness Fair.

Locals readied themselves for catastrophe during the city of Lake Oswego's Emergency Preparedness Fair Thursday, Sept. 15 at Lake Oswego City Hall. The event included information and interactive activities related to how to store water, protect yourself in the case of a wildfire, create a preparedness kit, conduct CPR and more. The city also gave away large water containers and attendees further learned radio communication and the benefits of seismically retrofitting your home. PMG PHOTO: ADAM WICKHAM - Susie Anderson, an administrative assistant with the City of Lake Oswego, hands out water storage supplies during the Emergency Preparedness Fair.PMG PHOTO: ADAM WICKHAM - Cathy Dausman, a volunteer with the Lake Oswego Amateur Radio Emergency Service, talks with attendees during the Emergency Preparedness Fair.PMG PHOTO: ADAM WICKHAM - Jay Wilson, Resilience Coordinator for the Clackamas County department of Disaster Management, talks with attendees during the Emergency Preparedness Fair.PMG PHOTO: ADAM WICKHAM - Community Service Officer AJ Davis and Lake Oswego Fire Department Assistant Chief Kristine Artman, talk with attendees and give CPR lessons during the Emergency Preparedness Fair.


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