The Lower Valley Assembly presents our Northwest Preparedness Expo. It will be hosted in May 2020 in Prosser, Washington. There will be both educational speaker sessions and vendor booths on display.
Our goal is twofold: educate our local community of the value of preparation and to build camaraderie. We support education opportunities for our community and those wanting to be prepared for misfortunes that life presents. We aim to help prepare individuals for any personal misfortune, or natural disaster. In time, we hope to build on this; if one is prepared himself, then he is one step closer to being prepared to help others. We hope to regain a sense of local responsibility and preparation in the event of any situation that might overwhelm our community’s safety & well-being. That paints a broad portrait of our ultimate goal.
Ultimately, our objective is to create an annual event that will grow in scope and size – with each successive year building upon the previous year’s skills and goals. We wish to educate and encourage our local region to cultivate a sense of responsibility, community, and preparedness.
The Lower Valley Assembly (LVA) is a grassroots movement whose goal is to foster a safe, stable and free community. Our mission is to effect positive, local change in our families, communities, and government. Our lawful and benevolent organization seeks to reestablish our foundation in God, reinvigorate our family relationships, restore lawful government based on our founding documents, and encourage preparedness, communication, mentoring, entrepreneurship, and security.
The focus of the LVA is: God, family, culture, founding documents, preparedness, communication, mentoring, entrepreneurship, benevolence and security.
The purpose of the Lower Valley Assembly (LVA) is to promote the advancement of self-reliance and security within the Lower Yakima Valley in accordance with the laws of nature and the commonly held Judeo-Christian principles by which the United States of America was founded. Fundamental in promoting this stated purpose, the mission of the LVA is the gathering of selected like-minded people to: a) educate ourselves and the community of potential threats to its liberty, peace and tranquility and the principles and techniques of self-reliance and security; b) provide a supportive infrastructure for ourselves and the community; and c) sustain our basic needs and security in the event of prolonged civil distress.