Be Prepared! Disaster Preparedness

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Virtual Lunch & Learn

Thursday, July 29, 2021

Noon–1 p.m., EST

The 2021 hurricane season is in full force, we all need to prepare for this and other weather-related emergencies before they happen in our communities.

It is important to plan for emergencies and weather-related disasters before they happen. This FREE virtual session will cover easy free and low-cost ways to prepare your family, friends, and your community to be prepared before disaster strikes.

This session will also cover:

  • 4 simple steps to disaster planningYellow sign
  • Ways to minimize the degree of loss or harm
  • How to protect your home and assets
  • How to create a low-cost basic emergency kit
  • The importance of a communication plan
  • Lots of free guides, resources, and more!

*Register by July 28 to be eligible to win an emergency kit! (Must be present to win)*

Register online

Zoom link will be sent out prior to the session date.

For more information check out our informational flyer:Be Prepared flyer image

For more information contact Shoneca Kent, Community and Rural Development agent, at sekent@ncat.edu or call (252) 641-7821.

N.C. Cooperative Extension is an equal opportunity provider.

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Shoneca Kent, N.C. Cooperative ExtensionShoneca KentExtension Agent, Community and Rural Development Call Shoneca Email Shoneca N.C. Cooperative Extension, Edgecombe County Center
Updated on Jul 19, 2021
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