Coffee Night - Roseville

  • June 9, 2014 · 7:00 PM
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Here is a time to get a coffee, kick your feet up and meet some like minded people and talk about prepping, food storage, water storage, the books you are reading. If you are new to prepping this is a great way to meet new people that are doing things your are doing and will not think you're weird.

Coffee Nights are where we get together to share the things we are doing, get ideas from others, and just start networking. This will help you get answers to some questions you might have, get help on things your doing, or just get feed back on what everyone else is doing. There are so many thing people in the the group are in to, so come out, meet some new people and get to know each other.

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  • John M

    As always, it's good to see new faces, and here others talk about their preps. There is so much going on in the world today that could make difficult situations occur without warning. Good to know others are willing to be more self-reliant should something arise.

    June 10

  • Jeffery B

    It is always good to get together with others and talk. As we share all of our new ideas about what we feel is going on we learn more about each other. Emergency Preparedness is putting a little away in good times so we can make it through the bad times. The more we get together we fine out that we are not alone in our own quest to be a little more prepared for the future, but as always this is a personal choice for each one of us to do what we can. Coming together just let's us know there are other in the trenches juggling life to make being prepared and living a more self reliant life style can be done.
    Keep up the good work until we meet again.

    June 10

  • jessica c.

    Hopefully I can make it, I have a job right down in that area about 9pm so I should attend. Missing some good stuff I know.

    June 7

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