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2020 CRFD Safety Scoop - Disaster Preparations

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  • 2/26/20
  • 11 a.m. - 12 p.m.
  • Free
  • Ages 21+
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Event Description

CRFD Safety Scoop - Disaster Preparation. 11:00 am - 12:00 pm February 26, 2020

Steve M. O’Konek, Coordinator, Linn County Emergency Management Agency, will discuss how participants can prepare for natural or man-made disasters by providing tips, tricks and ideas to help people be prepared should disaster strike. Some topics included in the presentation:  How to be prepared by having a plan, using tools to help be ready and personal preparedness such as medications, pets. 

Central Fire Station - 713 First Avenue SE. Safety Scoop is free and open to the public.  Refreshments provided, parking limited.  Optional tour offered after the presentation.  Call 319.286.5166 for questions or accommodations.





Steve M. O’Konek |Coordinator

Linn County Emergency Management Agency

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