Hello Fire Watch/Neighborhood Watch Members,
Neighbors and Friends:
As a reminder, we will hold our annual holiday
potluck on Tues. Dec. 9th at the La Habra Community
Center banquet facility from 6:00 to 8:30 p.m.
In addition to the potluck, we are working to secure
several guest vendors in the area of home/fire/medical safety/radio
communications to attend and display products as well as provide
information on their services. This will be a very casual
set-up with no formal presentation planned.
In order to get a head count, we’d appreciate it if
you could please RSVP to this email whether you’ll be
attending and the number of guests, if any, you’ll be bringing.
In addition, can you please include the food dish or
item that you’ll be bringing. Please also make sure to include
serving utensils for your dish.
La Habra has been kind enough to allow us to hold the
potluck in the Community Center’s Coyote Hills banquet room with
kitchen facilities. Since we have the use of such a nice
'bug free' (surveillance cameras) facility, we’d like to encourage
all the regular members and members that we don’t often see, as
well as potential new members from La Habra & La Habra Heights
If you prefer you may also RSVP via telephone at (888)
Feel free to contact us with any other questions.
Address : La Habra Community Center – Coyote
Hills Banquet Room, 101 W. La Habra Blvd., La Habra, CA
Good Food, Good Friends, Good Information ---
come have a Good time!
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Los Angeles County Fire Department takes every precaution to help
protect you and your property from wildfire. In the event of a
major wildfire, however, there will simply not be enough fire
engines or firefighters to defend every home in the early stages of
the incident. This reality requires you to take personal
responsibility for protecting yourself, your family, and your
property…That’s why the most important person in protecting your
life and property is not the firefighter, but yourself.”
P. Michael Freeman
Former Los Angeles County Fire Chief
Habra Heights Fire Watch will help you get prepared and stay