Don't Wait. Communicate. Make Your Emergency Plan Today by visiting: #NatlPrep
Make digital copies of important documents and save them on the cloud or a secure cell phone app in case disaster strikes. #PlanAhead #NatlPrep
A los Desastres no les importa si has duplicado tus reservaciones. ¿Estás preparado? Haz un plan para tu familia hoy. #PlanAhead

5/12- Today is the final day of #HurricanePrep week. Take time to Make an Emergency Plan.
-Write down your hurricane plan & share it.
-Make a plan of how you will get in touch with others before, during, and after.
-Take photos of important documents and store them in a secure place. For more tips visit:

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5/11- Help Your Neighbors is today’s #HurricanePrep theme.
-Get to know your neighbors before an emergency strikes.
-Make sure they have a plan before and after a hurricane.
-Exchange contact information
You & your community are the strongest help for each other until help can arrive after a disaster. Learn more:

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Marla Arrington
· March 20, 2018
There is no way to contact you to request community brochures for senior citizens and neighbors w/o internet in my community.
Jeffery B Wolfe
· September 2, 2017
Great Info! I encourage all citizens to attend Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) training! Be prepared! It's no longer a motto exclusive to the Boy Scouts! It's a requirement for us all!...!!

Fr Jeff Wolfe, OSFoc
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State Chaplain Response Team
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Elouise Swanson
· August 28, 2017
In sudden, major disasters, FEMA has always been there. All Hands On Deck is needed to support her for needed tools and "operational costs". Respectfully, Senior.