Emergency Candle kits - Craft
Emergency preparedness candle kits Quite a while ago our ward did Emergency preparedness candle kits but I of course didn’t do them that night I was a big procrastinator and just barely got mine done. For these kits you need a wide mouthed canning jar (with lid and ring) 4 candles (like the one in […]
Preparedness Quick Tip #53: Leave a Voicemail Message - Mom with a PREP
The hurricanes of 2017, Harvey, Irma, Maria and more has shown us that leaving a voicemail for our loved ones to keep in touch with us is so important – even when cell service is spotty. Imagine when you are trying to call your husband or child, and they aren’t answering their phone. You keep […]
If you fail to plan for storms, you plan to fail. Spring brings flowers but also storm season. By taking a little bit of time, you and your family can have peace of mind knowing what to do during a tornado warning.
Plan and prepare for tornado season - From the Newsroom: Monroe News - Omny.fm
Michigan's annual Severe Weather Awareness Week, which takes place in early spring, is a time for Michigan residents to plan and prepare for tornadoes and other severe weather. Listen to this clip and you'll hear one of Monroe County's outdoor sirens during a regular monthly test; along with reminders that emergency officials have for Michigan residents about storm preparations and safety. Audio production by Paula Wethington for The Monroe News.
Remembering and Preparing for Dangerous Spring Weather
Five years ago in the small Illinois town I live in right about dawn a tornado hit. This Tornado was remembered yesterday February 28th as the tornado occurred on leap day 2012. The EF-4 tornado destroyed land, property, houses and took lives along the way. When the skies turned dark grey yet again last night I was terrified that it was going to happen yet again. Tornadoes would occur but it would not be our town this time. Lives would be lost and houses and property would be destroyed yet…