Hurricane Season

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Be Prepared During Hurricane Season National Preparedness Month is over and we are in the middle of peak hurricane season. Hurricane Dorian has already wreaked havoc on the Bahamas and threatened the southeast coastline of the United States and this is just the start. Over the next few months we need to prepare to have more hurricanes damage our country … Read More

Community Preparedness

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Help Out Locally For our last week of National Preparedness Month we will be talking about how important it is to prepare for disasters as a community. This preparation can happen on a small or large scale, but it is important nonetheless. What Disasters Effect Your Community One of the first things that you can do when working on community … Read More

Youth Preparedness

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Prepare Your Child for an Emergency It can be difficult to prepare kids for disasters. Especially because they cannot fully understand the severity of disastrous situations. This is why youth preparedness is so important. As week 3’s topic of National Preparedness Month, Ready.gov has some great tips for how to prepare your child for a disaster. Preparing Your Child One … Read More

Emergency Evacuation Plan

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National Preparedness Month In last week’s blog post we talked about how September is National Preparedness Month. This month is sponsored by FEMA and Ready.gov to spread the word about how important it is to be prepared in the event of an emergency. Throughout the month 4 different topics are touched upon; save early for disaster costs, make a plan … Read More

National Preparedness Month

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Be Prepared Not Scared September is National Preparedness Month. This year FEMA and Ready.org has centered the theme around being, “Prepared Not Scared”. This theme focuses on the importance of making sure that you are prepared in the event of an emergency. When you are prepared you are more likely to be less frightened in the event of an emergency. … Read More