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REMINDER: Emergency Preparedness Workshop – Brownsville

Emergency Preparedness Workshop

July 2, 2008

Accessible Hazard Alert System™ (AHAS) &

Accessible Hazard Alert System™ – Individual Notification


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Location: UTB/TSC

80 Fort Brown, Brownsville, Texas 78521

Room: Eidman 1 (signs posted to direct to room location)

6:00pm – 7:00 Meet and Greet Free food and drinks

7:00pm – 9:00pm Presentations By:

**Cameron County Judge Carlos H. Cascos, CPA

**Cameron County Emergency Management Coordinator Johnny Cavazos

**211 of Texas: Telma Longoria, Executive Director

**South Texas Chapter of Red Cross: Dave Cota

**KRGV News Channel 5: Tim Smith

Special Guest: DARS Regional Specialist: Sonia Quintero

VAIL: Jennifer Powell, Independent Living Specialist

KGBT Action 4 News: Janine Reyes

ASL Interpreters and CART provided by: Frost Bank

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