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National Hurricane Preparedness Week May 27th- June 2nd

Hurricane Preparation

This is the time for everybody who lives in hurricane prone coastal states to make weather-readiness a priority and examine how each of us in the coastlines across the United States can Be a Force of Nature. Prepare yourself NOW. Not when a tropical storm system is forecast to make landfall near your community. Grab the resources now while you can. The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) has an up-to-date hurricane preparedness website.

Be a Force of Nature pledge to prepare and please consider sharing this blog to be an example and invite your members, employees, customers, friends, family and community to Be a Force of Nature as well.

The 2012 National Hurricane Preparedness Week toolkit you will receive when pledging provides useful resources for making your family and community, safer, more resilient , and better prepared. The toolkit includes a press release, blog post, talking points and online resources. Inspire others to act by being an example yourself, Pledging to Prepare and tell others about it!

Highlights on how to prepare and take action are available below:

Gather Information
Build an Emergency Kit
Family Communication Plan
PDF file. easy to use Family Emergency Communication Plan
National Weather Service Force of Nature Program
Evacuating Yourself and Your Family- Evacuation Guidelines
Recovering from Disaster


2012 Tropical Storm Names for the Atlantic Region
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