IRMA UPDATE 10:00 AM SUNDAY

I came to the Museum and opened up about 8:00 am. It is raining consistently but the wind is only a light breeze. Matt and his roommate are here. Loren and her husband should be on their way.  Everyone staying will be assigned an area to sleep in so they can keep an eye on the art or the building. This way we can spring into action should damage occur. We will also make patrols throughout the storm to check on the classrooms, offices and other spaces we are not occupying. 

Without knowing how long we will be stuck here, and with my job as head of security, I came prepared to stay a full week with no food, water, power or any support. Hopefully I wont need 90% of what I brought but having things like two solar generators, water purification/filters, a camping shower, etc. is good piece of mind. 

-Gregory Mills (Director of Security, Operations & Technology) 

My hurricane kit. Everything is kept in waterproof Pelican cases (except for Paisley). 

My hurricane kit. Everything is kept in waterproof Pelican cases (except for Paisley).