Communities

Preparedness Fair draws crowd, educates community

Creswell City Council helped organize Creswell's very first Emergency Preparedness Fair, held on May 19 at the Cobalt Activity Center. From left are Councilor Martha McReynolds Jr.; Council President Richard Zettervall; Councilors Amy Knudsen, Judy Drago and Misty Inman; City Administrator Michelle Amberg; and Mayor Dave Stram. IMAGE PROVIDED

After nine months of preparation, and with an army of about 36 volunteers, the City of Creswell held their first-ever Emergency Preparedness Fair on May 19 at the Cobalt Activity Center. The purpose of the event was to streamline . . .

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