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All participants: volunteer/service clubs

Please input the zip code or city name to find out people registered in that area:     

There are 16 volunteer/service clubs registered for the 2012 Great California ShakeOut, with a total of 727 participants. View all groups.

The following registrants agreed to be listed on this website when they registered. Names are linked if a website was provided during registration.

If a main organization name is not bold, this means that one or more departments have registered but the main organization has not.

        Ysdada, Board member, Oroville, Ca

Contra Costa
        Emergency Preparedness Club, Pittsburg

        Kiwanis International
                Kiwanis Club of McKinleyville, McKinleyville

Los Angeles
        Advantage Day Program, Hawthorne
        Civil Air Patrol
                Hawker Sqd128 Van Nuys, Van Nuys
        Optimist Youth Homes and Family Services, Los Angeles

        CERT, Wildomar, Ca

San Benito
        Hollister Kidz Crew, Hollister

San Diego
        Grandpa's Bugs, La Jolla

San Francisco
        Abraham Lincoln High School Youth for Chinese Elderly Club, San Francisco
        American Red Cross
                Red Cross Youth for Chinese Elderly Mission School Club, San Francisco
        Burton High School Youth for Chinese Elderly Club, San Francisco
        Thurgood Marshall High School Red Cross Youth For Chinese Elderly, San Francisco
        Wallenberg YCE, San Francisco
        Washington Youth for Chinese Elderly Club, San Francisco

        American Red Cross
                Armijo Red Cross Club, Fairfield


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Great ShakeOut Earthquake Drills Step 1: Secure it now! Step 2: Make a plan Step 3: Make disaster kits Step 4: Is your place safe? Step 5: Drop, Cover, and Hold On Step 6: Check it out! Step 7: Communicate and recover!