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May 18th: 9 am - 1 pm
May 19th: 10 am - 12 pm

Here is an opportunity to learn about how to better be a resilient citizen, and what YOU can do to build a stronger community starting at the grassroots level!

This workshop is hosted by Larimer Connects, and is done in partnership with United Way of Larimer County and Americorps!

Day 1 consists of an educational seminar in which participants will learn how to prepare for everything, resilience-building skills, and develop action items together to go forward and work on building resilient local communities!

Day 2 is a micro-version of the Community Disaster Simulation conducted in October by the Larimer County Voluntary Organizations Active in Disaster! Participants have the opportunity to learn what it is like to navigate life after a large scale impact on our community.

Resilience starts with YOU! Be sure to register using the link attached to this post, as space is limited and slots are filling quickly!

More Info:
https://rcacworkshop-disastersimulation.eventbrite.ca
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