Surviving a Zombie Apocolypse and other Disaster Preparedness
Join us for a unique look at our local disaster plans and what to do in case of emergency, including a zombie apocolypse!!
Speakers include local emergency management officials Cleveland Police Chief Mark Gibson, Troy Spence, Director of Emergency Management Agency, and Steve Weber, Auxiliary Communications Director who will be showing off Bradley County’s new Auxiliary Communications trailer and equipment. Also speaking will be Biff Boswell, former Nuclear, Biological, and Chemical Warfare Defense and Emergency Management Instructor for the U.S. Air Force and Brandon Key, Sr. Systems Admin for the US Department of Health and Human Services, Asst Secretary for Preparedness and Response, Office of Emergency Management.
History Happy Hours invite visitors age 21 and up to experience a select local history topic while enjoying local refreshments. Look out for more this year in June, August, and October.
AGE 21+ ONLY. MUST SHOW VALID ID AT THE DOOR.
Ticket includes open bar wine/beer along with all related programming and exhibit entrance.
Any questions, email JKey@museumcenter.org or call 423-339-5745.
FREE for Members; $10 for non-Members/$16 for couples non-Members)
Generously sponsored by Tarver Distributing.