By Sean McGowan, Anne Rosinski and Amanda Siok - Earthquake Program Managers for FEMA Regions 8, 9 and 10, respectively. Read more to learn how FEMA promotes awareness of the threat posed by earthquakes and educates the public on how to take action.

The Auburn Food Bank will host the annual Harvest Breakfast fundraiser event on Friday, November 5th, 2021, at Grace Community Church in Auburn. This year's event will be a to-go event. Read more.

The Auburn Area Chamber of Commerce is currently seeking applications from individuals interested in serving as Auburn Area CONNECT Board Members. Board members play a key role in helping to execute chamber goals and initiatives, while CONNECTING with other business professionals in the Auburn Area. Read more.

The Auburn Police Advisory Committee has announced the opening of a scholarship program to help Auburn students in their pursuit of higher education. Read more.

The Auburn Area CONNECT Chamber of Commerce was pleased to welcome candidates running for local offices in Auburn, Algona, Pacific and King County. Two public forums were held on Tuesday, October 19th, 2021, allowing candidates to share their views and positions with members of the public. Read more.

This community celebration will offer exciting activities for adults and kids alike. Read more.

Servant leadership often includes coaching an employee in pursuit of a goal -- but how, exactly, do you do that? How can you improve the likelihood a goal-pursuing person will accomplish something meaningful? Find out in this recent Reflection on Leadership, by Bruce at Prevail Executive Coaching

The Seattle Metro Chamber of Commerce recently created a toolkit of resources to help businesses prepare for King County's vaccine verification requirement, which begins on October 25th, 2021. The King County Vaccine Verification Toolkit for Businesses can help businesses and partners implement the new policy in daily operations. Read more.

The City of Pacific Small Business Relief and Recovery Grant Program is intended to respond to the negative economic impacts of the COVID-19 public health emergency, focusing on the identified need and impact faced by small businesses. Read more.

Beginning October 25th, 2021, people ages 12 and older will be required to show proof of full COVID-19 vaccination or a negative test result to enter certain indoor and outdoor events and establishments in King County. Included in this post are resources to share with your team and local business community members. Read more.