FEMA Girl Scout Day 2018
Join your Regional FEMA disaster preparedness staff and local emergency professionals to learn how to prepare and stay safe during natural disasters. Girl Scouts will watch live demonstrations, participate in preparation drills, and learn what you can do to stay safe! Tour the FEMA federal agency building and an emergency response vehicle, listen to a 911 call simulation, and hear from women who are leaders in this critical industry. Parents will have the opportunity to learn what they can do to protect their families and homes. Girl Scouts will be prepared to know how to keep themselves safe and understand how our local safety response teams work together when disaster strikes. Participants will earn steps toward completion of their First Aid Badge and Safety Award Pin.
- • Please bring a sack lunch. Parents are allowed to take their children to lunch.
- • All adults who plan to attend the event must fill out a registration form and provide full name and date of birth. Parents must have a government issued ID to enter the facility
- • Bilingual staff will be available at this event
Registration Requirements: All girls participating as a Girl Scout in this activity must be registered Girl Scout members. If attending as a troop, all volunteers also need to be registered members and/or have completed and approved background checks. If non-registered individuals (adults or tags) are allowed to participate in this activity supplemental insurance is required. Use the Insurance Purchase Form to purchase insurance at least 3 weeks prior to the event. Completed forms can be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
How to Register:
- Email completed registration form to Kasey.email@example.com
- Complete a child photo release for all Girl Scout attendees and an adult photo release for all adult attendees
Questions? Contact Kasey Cannon at 816-276-5075 or Kasey.firstname.lastname@example.org
About this Partner: The mission of the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) is to reduce the loss of life and property and protect our institutions from all hazards by leading and supporting the nation in a comprehensive, risk-based emergency management program of mitigation, preparedness, response, and recovery.