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CERT members, Sierra Madre 
Fire Safe Council and the 
Sierra Madre Emergency 
Communications Team. 
There will also be information 
on making emergency kits, 
insurance and many other topics 
that will cover a broad range of 
preparedness related issues.

The Sierra Madre Family 
Preparedness Festival is part of 
the SMIPP’s and City of Sierra 
Madre’s participation in the 
NPM 2010, a month set aside 
to encourage individuals and 
families to take steps now to 
prepare for emergencies in 
their homes, businesses and 
communities. The event is open 
to the public and admission is 
free. For more information, 
contact Donna Cayson at 626-



 Mountain Views News Saturday, September 4, 2010 

On 9/11

Sierra Madre 
to Give Out 
File of Life 

The File of Life is a 
program that allows 
Sierra Madre residents 
to fill out a special form 
with critical medical 
information and make 
it available to the local 
paramedics in case of a 
medical emergency. The 
information is stored in 
a plastic envelope in the 
resident’s refrigerator 
and a decal on the 
resident’s front window 
alerts EMS personnel 
that the information 
is available on the 

The Senior Community 
Commission, in 
conjunction with the 
Sierra Madre Fire 
Department’s Life Savers 
Program, is making 
File of Life packets 
available to Sierra Madre 
residents at no charge. 
The packets will be 
distributed for the first 
time at the Preparedness 
Festival on September 
11 – 9 am to 3 pm in 
Memorial Park. After 
the event the packets will 
be available at the Hart 
Park House - Senior 
Center, City Hall and the 
Fire Department.

Commissioners and 
volunteers will be 
available at the event 
to help seniors fill out 
the form. For further 
information, please 
contact the Senior 
Services Desk at (626) 

Rex, the official mascot of Ready Kids, is 
heading to Sierra Madre on September 11th 
for the Sierra Madre Family Preparedness 
Festival and he wants to meet you! 
Rex is a super strong mountain lion who 
works to help kids like you and your families 
prepare for unexpected events like 
earthquakes, wildfires and mud slides. Information 
Event:Sierra Madre Family Preparedness FestivalPlace:Sierra Madre Memorial Park 
Date:Saturday, September 11th 
Time:9:00am to 3:00pm 
Phone:(626) 318-9743 
Rex is Coming!
Get ready to meet Rex by visiting can read all about Rex and his family. 
WHAT: “Greater Tuna.” 

 The hit comedy.

WHO: Written by Jaston Williams, 

 Joe Sears and Ed Howard. 


 Directed by Guilford Adams. 

 Produced by Christine Soldate. 

 Presented by Sierra Madre 


 Starring Justin Baker and Dustin


WHERE: Sierra Madre Playhouse

 87 W. Sierra Madre Blvd., 

 Sierra Madre, 
Ample free parking behind theatre.

WHEN: August 20- September 25, 2010. 
Fri. & Sat. at 8, Sun. at 2:30. 

 Dark on August 22. Opening 
Night performance on Friday,

 August 20 is preceded by a 
Champagne reception and light 
buffet at 7:15.

ADMISSION: $20. Seniors (65+) and students (13-
17), $17. Children 12 and under, $12.

(626) 355-4318. ONLINE TICKETING: www.

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