November 18, 2020
Address: 71 Higashikoji Ko, Yoshida-cho, Uwajima City Name of organization: Uwajima NPO Center Representative: Representative Tomoko Tanimoto
Person in charge: Akiko Hayashi
|1-Name of business
|Tea party Disaster prevention bottle parfait making
|2- Organizer (co-organizer)
Sponsored by: Uwajima NPO Center
・Aiming to create a town where people can live with peace of mind by promoting connections between people, a sense of purpose in life, and mental and physical health through opportunities for local exchange.
・Obtain a place and relationships where you can feel safe, which will arouse, encourage, and improve your desire to live, and bring about positive effects in all areas of your life.
・Create your own disaster prevention bottle using items that can be purchased at 100 yen stores. It's easy to carry around, and you can put whatever you need in it, so it's easy to work with.
|4-Date and time
Thursday, November 17, 2020 10:30-14:00
|Uwajima NPO Center
|5-Number of participants
|6-Admission fee/participation fee, etc.
This month's tea party was about making disaster prevention bottles.
Your own disaster prevention bottle that you can carry in your regular bag and put the things you need in it!
All materials were purchased at 100 yen stores.
[Contents] Cut band, disinfectant sheet, alcohol disinfectant cotton, compressed towel, paper soap, disaster whistle, bear bell, portable rain poncho, 24-hour disaster prevention simple light, LED light, one use of portable toilet, aluminum blanket, Ramune
We asked them to choose 4 types from the above and make them. If you are taking medication, we recommended that you fill the bottle with medication or coins.
Nowadays, you can get a lot of them at 100 yen stores, so I'm glad you had fun working on them. We have heard from people who were unable to attend on the day that they would like to hold another disaster prevention bottle course, so we would like to do so.
| Address: 71-1 Higashikoji, Yoshida-cho, Uwajima City
Name: Tomoko Tanimoto (Representative of Uwajima NPO Center)