Please attend the 2011 Hello Hurricane Season Summit this Saturday, June 11th from 9:30-12 noon at the New Orleans Museum of Art.
To register, please visit the link below:
The City of New Orleans and Evacuteer.org are proud to present the 2011 “Hello Hurricane Season Summit” that gathers citizens to review and renew our commitment to public safety and individual preparedness. Come learn important information about this year’s hurricane season, City Assisted Evacuation Plan (CAEP), personal and neighborhood preparedness, and how to get involved as an evacuteer volunteer!
When: Saturday, June 11th
Time: 9:30am – 12 noon
Where: New Orleans Museum of Art (One Collins Diboll Circle, New Orleans, LA 70124)
Bring: A friend/neighbor and any questions you may have
City Councilmember Kristin Gisleson Palmer
Deputy Mayor for Public Safety Lt. Col. Jerry Sneed
Breakout sessions will explore personal hurricane preparedness (American Red Cross), neighborhood association best practices (Broadmoor Improvement Association) and updates on shelters in northern Louisiana (State’s Department of Children and Family Services). A community discussion based off of the biggest questions and answers from the breakout sessions will be moderated by Lucas Diaz, the director of the City’s Office of Neighborhood engagement.
Breakfast will be served.
See the flyer above and register at the website below.
Thanks and please spread the word! We hope to see you there!
Mayor’s Office of Neighborhood Engagement