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  • SAFER Newsletter - October 29, 2018

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    October 29, 2018
    The Milton Senior Advisory Committee has been asked to provide a list of senior activities in Santa Rosa county.  COA Sites 1-7: to receive a meal you must first register at the site number listed and be 60 or older. Questions on activities should be directed toward the phone number listed for that site. Unless stated otherwise, all activities are FREE. Google directions: Click on the blue text; then click on DIRECTIONS; then enter your address in the top box, then click on DETAILS
    If you know of other Santa Rosa County activities open to the public for senior citizens ,
    please reply to this email with the information.
    Site 1- Christ United Methodist Church
    5983 Dogwood St, Milton Fl 32570
    Meals: 9:00 to 12:00
    Site 3- Chumuckla Community Center
    2355 Hwy 182 West, Pace FL 32571
    Meals:9:00 to 12:00
    Site 4 - First United Methodist Church of Pace
    4540 Chumuckla Hwy, Pace FL 32571
    Meals:9:00 to 12:00
    Site 5- EH Pullum Senior Center
    8476 Gordon Goodin Ln, Navarre Fl 32566
    Meals:9:00 to 12:00 Mon - Thurs
    Site 6- Jay community Center
    5259 Booker Ln, Jay FL 32565
    Meals:9:00 to 12:00
    Site 7- Bagdad Community Center
    6860 Pooley St, Bagdad FL 32530
    850-983-4500 , 850-516-9367
    Meals:9:00 to 12:00
    Site 8- Santa Rosa Health & Rehab
    5386 Broad St, Milton FL 32570, 623.4661
    Site 9- Holly-Navarre Intermediate School
    1936 School Road, Navarre FL 32566
    Site 11- Guy Thompson Community Center
    5629 Byrom St, Milton FL 32570, 983-5466
    Site 12- Milton First Baptist
    6797 Caroline St, Milton FL 32570, 623.3122
    Milton Senior Advisory Committee
    Milton, Santa Rosa County FL
    If you know of a person who does not have internet access and could use this information, you are encouraged to print a copy and give it to them. This could be especially important to someone who lives alone.
    Consistency begets familiarity begets support.
    Please help by sharing this information.
    Mission Statement: Empowering adults 55+ for personal independence, healthy aging, social connection, and life-long learning.

    Ongoing Need for Child Bedding

    Twin beds, bunk beds, and baby cribs are a constant need. Call 850-983-5001 or email barberk@santarosa.12.fl.us if you have some to spare.

    Safeguarding Houses of Worship

    The Justice Technology Information Center offers many online resources regarding to help keep your house of worship safe.

    Training Resources

    Training resources for you, your friends, families and co-workers are available on the SAFER web page. 

    Don't miss out on emergency notifications!

    Subscribe to: www.alertsantarosa.com - You choose what disaster alerts you need and how you would like to be reached. For more information, contact Kevin Sowell, 850-983-5355, or alertSR@santarosa.fl.gov.
    “If we can’t reach you, we can’t alert you”
    Thank you, Central Waterside Church,
    a sustaining contributor SAFER's disaster fund.

    About SAFER

    SAFER is the successor of the Santa Rosa Long Term Recovery Organization which developed after hurricanes Ivan and Dennis. During periods when there are no disasters, SAFER attempts to meet the needs of the less fortunate in the community.
    MISSION: to foster efficient, streamlined service delivery to people affected by disasters, while eliminating unnecessary duplication of effort, through cooperation in the four phases of disaster: preparation, response, recovery, and mitigation.
    VISION: To create the most resilient community possible to safeguard our way of life.
    SAFER Santa Rosa County is a humanitarian association of independent organizations who may be active in all phases of disaster.
    SAFER Santa Rosa is not a competing or exclusionary organization. SAFER Santa Rosa is intended to be a network for organizations active in disaster. Each SAFER member organization will maintain its own identity and independence while closely collaborating with other SAFER Santa Rosa member organizations. COAD - Community Organizations Active in Disasters
    SAFER - Support Alliance For Emergency Readiness

    For more information on SAFER, contact Daniel Hahn.

    Donations can be mailed to 4499 Pine Forest Rd, Milton Florida, 32583
    Attn: SAFER
    Daniel Hahn, Emergency Management Plans Chief
    Hahnd@santarosa.k12.fl.us, (850) 983-5360