Category Archives: Preparedness

Emergency Preparedness Tabletop exercise July 2018

Let me start this post by saying this is the first year we have not been outside during our July exercise.  We made the decision early last week after looking at the long range forecast of excessive heat and knew … Continue reading

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Week 24

Grocery store: Large plastic food bags Plastic wrap Aluminum foil These things will come in handy for so much more than food so if you get an extra box or roll, it won’t hurt anything.

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Week 23

Hardware Store: Battery powered camping lantern with extra batteries or extra flashlights with extra batteries. Tell the folks at the hardware store, it has been nice visiting with them but you are finished with your project!  Thank them for helping … Continue reading

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Week 22

Grocery Store: Extra hand operated can opener 3 rolls paper towels This week was easy right?  We are starting to wind down, you might take inventory to see what you are missing from previous weeks.

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Week 21

Hardware Store: Have you made friends here yet?  Have they asked you what you are doing?  Please share with them, they will be happy to know and may direct others to do the same thing. Heavy work gloves Disposable dust … Continue reading

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Private insurance

The Health Department is now able to accept private insurance.  Contact our office at 573-642-6881 to set up an appointment to get your vaccines and not have to go to the doctors office. We are hoping to make this a … Continue reading

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Week 20

Hardware Store: Camping or utility knife Extra radio batteries Also: purchase an emergency escape ladder for any second story bedrooms, if needed. To Do: Find out about your workplace disaster plans.

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