We had a fantastic turnout for the Mainland North Emergency Preparedness Jamboree, and I’m thrilled to say that it was a huge success! The Halifax Amateur Radio Club was there to demonstrate how radios can be used in emergencies, and we even taught attendees how to write their names in Morse code.
It was incredible to see so many people eager to learn about emergency preparedness and take steps to keep themselves and their loved ones safe. We had a lot of fun sharing our knowledge and expertise with everyone, and we were blown away by the level of engagement and enthusiasm from the crowd.
Overall, the event was a fantastic way to kick off Emergency Preparedness Week in Halifax, and we couldn’t have asked for a better turnout or a more supportive community. We want to thank everyone who came out to join us, and we hope that you left feeling more confident and prepared to handle unexpected situations.
Thanks to everyone that made this Jamboree such a success.