Danville Express

Newsfront - September 7, 2007

Emergency Fair to help prepare

Child fingerprinting, pet micro chipping and fire safety demonstrations will be featured at the Danville Emergency Preparedness Fair from 10 a.m.-4 p.m., Saturday, Sept. 15.

The town, the school district and the fire protection district are teaming together to bring what is likely to be the biggest safety fair in Northern California to the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints off Sycamore Valley Road, next to the school district offices on Old Orchard Drive. Free 72-hour safety kits, used during emergencies, will be given to the first 300 visitors, and 3,000 people will receive a free steak lunch.

Red Cross, Contra Costa County pet services and the Danville Police Department will offer demonstrations on how to prepare for natural and manmade disasters. For more information, contact Richard Delmonte at 820-4344.


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