Building a Culture of Preparedness

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Thursday, May 18, 2023
Nash County Agriculture Center
1006 Eastern Ave., Nashville, NC
11 a.m. – 12 noon

It is important to plan for weather-related emergencies before they happen to help your family, organization, and community cope during and after the storm. This free in-person session will cover easy free or low-cost ways to prepare your family, friends, organization and your community to be prepared before disaster strikes.

This Session Will Cover:

  • 4 simple steps to disaster planningA collage of extreme weather events.
  • How to create a low-cost basic emergency kit
  • Ways to minimize the degree of loss or harm
  • How to protect your home, organization,  and other assets
  • Sharpening your disaster preparedness toolbox
  • Lots of free electronic guides, resources, and information.

Register Online

Informational Flyer: Culture of Preparedness

For more information, please call (252) 459-9810 or email

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