Wednesday, June 1, 2011
It may sound dramatic, but in an emergency situation, being prepared can mean the difference between life and death.
A group of Callaway County residents are making it their mission to ensure area residents are prepared in case of a disaster such as the string of deadly tornadoes that have struck across the United States in recent months. Fulton resident Doris Handy, who spent 20 years working with the Federal Emergency Management Agency — and is returning to that organization to lend her expertise this summer — has a goal of helping every Callaway household to have an emergency preparedness kit.
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