Activities & Events
Strawberry Park Neighborhood Association Emergency Preparedness Awareness Fair
Strawberry Park Neighborhood Association, Stanford Blood Center , Sponsored by City of San Jose
Strawberry Park Neighborhood Association is honoring National Preparedness Month by holding an Emergency Preparedness Awareness Fair and Blood Drive. Our goal is to collect 25 pints of blood for Stanford Blood Center and promote community awareness.
Join Mayor Chuck Reed & District 1 Councilman Pete Constant.
Meet Smokey Bear, Ca Fire safe Council, ” San Jose Prepared", R.A.C.E.S, San Jose Mounted Police, District & San Jose Crime Prevention unit, Moreland School.Iprepare, Pelican Products
Check out CHP unit Vehicle, San Jose Police Dept’s Stealth Car & San Jose Fire Dept, American Medical Response Vehicles.
Free Food, Free Fun, and Free Starbucks coffee.
Free Giveaways, Free information
Make a Blood Donation
Free Baskin Robin’s ice cream to those who donate a pint of blood. (a pint for a pint)
You can Schedule an appointment by calling
Log onto http://bloodcenter.stanford.edu.
Click on “Find a Blood Drive”
Search City of “San Jose”
1 hour of your time can save a life.
This is a great opportunity to learn how to prepare for an emergency or disaster. Create a family plan. Get to know your Community Leaders & Emergency Responders.
*PRE means BEFORE
Check out our website www.StrawberryParkNA.org
Saturday September 13, 2008 10:00am - 4:00pm
Blood Drive hours 11:00am - 3:00pm
Challenger School Field
4625 Strawberry Park Dr
San Jose, CA 95129
The 1868 Hayward earthquake extended from San Jose to San Pablo Bay, 74 miles northward. The 1868 earthquake had a magnitude of an M7.0. More than 60 people died, plus, there were over 3,000 injuries. Community awareness on emergency preparedness is a must for people living in San Jose some people don't even realize that two major fault systems are located near San Jose The Hayward Fault system and the San Andreas Fault system.
Volunteers are always welcome
Spanish, Korean & Chinese speaking interpreters are desired
Contact Patty Brooks (408) 421-7578