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Month / September 2016

Top 10 Emergency Preparedness Tips

With September being the month of National Preparedness we wanted to give you a short checklist of what to do for being prepared: Know your area and what disasters you might encounter – this will help you plan appropriately Create a plan (even something as basic as knowing exit routes and local emergency numbers) Include in […]

Long Time Radio Host Dr. Joy Browne Has Passed Away

Dr. Joy Browne was a gracious and intelligent radio host. She was exactly the same in person. We were fortunate to meet her several times throughout the course of our attendance at Talker’s New Media Seminars. Her show was a welcome alternative to all of the political talk. She talked about real life and real […]

Keep Your Family Safe – Prepare Ahead of Time

Not many people are really prepared for a disaster, especially in areas where they aren’t common. Maybe folks in areas where there are regular hurricanes, tornadoes or winter storms that shut everything down have a good handle on being prepared or people like the Preppers, but the rest of us find it easy to slack on […]

National Grandparents Day: Do Something Grand

In 1978, President Jimmy Carter signed the proclamation that established the first Sunday after Labor Day as National Grandparents Day. Since beginning a campaign in 1970 to set aside one special day recognizing grandparents, Marian McQuade spearheaded the movement that focuses on three main goals: To honor grandparents To give grandparents an opportunity to show […]