The Center for Independent Living of North Central FL is hosting the 5th Annual Emergency Preparedness Expo for People with Disabilities. The theme this year is What Happens Next After the Storm. This FREE event will include a variety of vendors and speakers to help prepare people with disabilities in our community for any type of emergency.
ASL interpreters will be provided and other accommodations can be arranged. In order to look out for everyone’s safety and health at this time, masks are highly encouraged. For more information about this event, please contact Kevin Towles at email@example.com or 352-368-3788.
March 30th, 2022 from 8:45 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
E.D. Croskey Recreation Center
1510 NW 4th Street
Ocala, FL 34475
To register please go to the following links:
Image description: Light blue background with a blue, light green, and teal banner at the bottom. The CIL logo and Ready Set Safe logo are at the top of the image and the title of the flyer underneath it reads: 5th Annual Emergency Preparedness Expo for People with Disabilities. The next line reads: Theme: What Happens Next After the Storm. Under that, the words “free event” are centered and there is blue, fuchsia, green, and teal confetti on either side. On the next line coming out of the left side of the flyer, there is a green banner with an arrow pointing to a picture of a face mask and the words “Masks Highly Encouraged”. The location and time of the event that’s mentioned in the caption above is written inside the green banner. Underneath it in fuchsia colored lettering, centered on the flyer, is the contact information and the website mentioned in the caption above. In this order, the Ocala Recreation and Parks, APD Cares, Developmental Service Trainers, Marion County seal, and Marion County Police Department logos are at the bottom of the page.