Severe Weather Readiness

Dated: 10/16/2014

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With all the severe storms we have been having be sure you are ready. Some tips to be ready: Have a shelter stocked with water, batteries, non-perishable food, and items your family will need. Use a fireproof safe in a closet to keep your important documents. Label the safe with your name and phone number in case it is carried away in a storm. Back up all your documents both work and personal in a cloud storage. Establish a plan with family members to meet in a safe place. Take inventory of your belongings with photos and videos. Cancel any credit cards that are lost in a storm, fire, or burglary.  We don't have a lot of tornado activity in  our area but being prepared can save a lot of headaches.
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Carolann Newton

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