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Preparedness: A Realistic Look at Emergency Planning

  • Oct 20, 2010 · 7:00 PM
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Hey everyone! I'm excited to announce our first installment of the DUSN guest lecture series! It will be presented by Peter Kula, he was a professional teacher for over 14 years and he has some amazing information to share, so be sure to bring a notebook and a pen. This class will explore topics from “psychology of survival” to filling out a worksheet calculating “minimum daily calorie requirements” and a lot in between. By taking a pragmatic and realistic approach to Emergency planning you will feel more confident and secure in the knowledge that there is no mystery to preparedness. Class will be held at the Wheat Ridge Recreation Center located at 4005 Kipling Pkwy and will begin promptly at 7:07PM. Because of space requirements it was necessary to put a limit on how many people can attend so be sure to sign up today to guarantee your spot for this valuable topic! The seats are going to fill up quick!

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  • Mark D.

    I thought the presentation was well prepared and very informative. I gained a lot of insight into some areas I had not considered. I think that having a larger focus talk was the perfect launch point before we get into more depth on specific topics. Thanks Peter for all your time and effort!

    October 24, 2010

  • Jack M

    David--thanks for putting this together.
    Peter--thank you man. Very good material and very well presented.

    That was an awful lot of material to cover in just 2 hours.
    Some topics we could definitely spend a little more time discussing.
    Could this be an idea for a future meetup?
    Pick some of the topics that could warrant more discussion and /or debate and just a have meetup to deal with those topics.
    That could also provide more detailed info for any newbies
    Great presentation Peter

    October 21, 2010

  • A former member
    A former member

    Honestly, it was too short. There was a lot of info to be covered and time constraints didn't allow several subjects to be more deeply discussed. There were a couple of very new people and I'm afraid it may have overwhelmed them a bit. This is neither a fault of the presenter nor a fault of the presentation. . .it's simply an intrinsic byproduct of the subject matter. . .we could have sat for four more hours and still not have fully worked everything out.

    October 21, 2010

  • Neil

    Peter, Thanks for all the information that was provided.. The subject matter was very well prepared and thought out and we learned a lot...
    Thanks Again

    October 21, 2010

  • A former member
    A former member

    Peter, David, Thank you both. It was great

    October 21, 2010

  • Catherine

    I look for more advanced and detailed information in future meetups.

    October 21, 2010

  • Catherine

    Thanks for the program Peter.

    October 21, 2010

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