by Don Remick
Each season of the year has its own possibilities for disasters. We are about to enter the peak of the hurricane season. While this is predicted to be normal year, hurricanes Sandy and Irene taught the impact of storms in even normal years. With much of our region and many of our churches centered in coastal areas we know how vulnerable our congregations and communities can be.
Our Governor has sent along some information that would be helpful for you, your family and your church to know. I invite you to go the following link and read the information and look at the resources: Hurricane Preparedness
As always, if you have any thoughts, questions or concern, be in touch with our Disaster Resource Team.
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