This Saturday the third annual Emergency Preparedness Fair (EPF) will be held in Arcadia Valley. The event will go from 10 am to 2 pm and will be at the Arcadia Valley Lions Club fairgrounds.
The EPF is designed to help you prepare for any kind of emergency by training you on what actions to take in case an emergency situation should arise. From floods to fires to simply preparing your home for an unexpected emergency, you can leave the fair with confidence knowing you have a plan for your family.
Images courtesy of Emergency Preparedness Fair Facebook page
There will be many indoor and outdoor exhibits you can check out while you're there. Air Evac Team will be there with a helicopter and crew, a Generac dealer with a generator display and the Pilot Knob fire department giving a jaws-of-life demonstration. Ameren will also be set up with their safety city display and Louie the lightning bug so be sure to bring the family!
Image courtesy of Emergency Preparedness Fair Facebook page
Severe weather and other emergency situations can come up with little to no warning. Knowing what to do and having a plan can mean the difference between life and death. Keep you and your family prepared by having a plan and practicing emergency drills regularly. Even securing your household and financial documents can save you from a big headache at very least.
The Emergency Preparedness Fair is designed to help you get the knowledge you need and connect you to local resources. The professionals set up at the fair are very informative and offer life-saving tips and advice. Show up, have fun, get prepared and meet some great people!
Check out the Emergency Preparedness Fair's FB page for more details about the fair. Admission is free and there will be door prizes, so be sure to stop by this Saturday, April 22 from 10-2!
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