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National Preparedness Month

On August 31, 2015, President Obama signed a proclamation deeming September as the appropriate month for preparedness. If you are interested in reading the President’s 2 page proclamation for National Preparedness month, here it is.

Information for National Preparedness Month can be found at

The kickoff for the event began August 28 and ends September 30th. In the link above, you will find a series of links within each week, providing you information and resources useful to preparing yourselves for an unexpected disaster. As our President encourages us to take part in this event, I too encourage everyone to take an active role in your own safety by checking out the link and informing yourselves.

Here is the first week:
Week 1 - August 28-September 3/ Kickoff to National Preparedness:

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