PORT ALBERNI – The Port Alberni Port Authority is pleased to announce the promotion of David McCormick to the newly created position of Director, Public Relations and Business Development effective May 1, 2013.
I spent some time this morning looking on line for interesting and visionary quotes but didn’t find anything until I packed up my computer and went to one of our local coffee establishments. That’s where I found the quote that I most enjoyed through my reading.
Here is the quote: “ The first step in moving forward is having an idea. The second step is to tell someone about your idea. The third step is to repeat steps one and two. “ Kevin Wright – Owner/Operator Steampunk Café.
As our parents age, it can be difficult to watch the changes they go through that threaten their independence. While many of us are too busy to move in with our parents and care for them in their golden years, most of us also do not want to ship our loved ones off to a nursing home. It has been shown that most seniors are happier if allowed to live out their years in their own homes.
Is it Main-stream?
Today while drafting this article in my mind I was thinking about the main-stream topics that come to mind at this time in our history. Of course we have the general Business topics that are always front and center for us and then we have that date in Mid-May that is going to be discussed every which way over the next 25 or so days. So, what do I talk about?
Then it hit me.
Communicating during an emergency is always a challenge for response workers at evey level. The dissemination of timely and accurate information is crucial to the successful management of any event. There are several ways you can ensure you are getting the correct local information for your family.
A Neighbourhood Emergency Preparedness Program (NESS) is made up of individuals and neighbours working in partnership towards emergency preparedness. Those who have experienced a disaster personally, or who have seen such events reported in the media, have witnessed the way in which neighbours naturally come together to help one another. A team of neighbours with a variety of skills will cope easier and begin the process of recovery faster than individuals struggling on their own.