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Emergency Preparedness: A panel discussion

Emergency Preparedness:
A panel discussion at Bethesda Green

Please join us Wednesday, Dec. 5, 7:00-8:30 PM at Bethesda Green for an Emergency Preparedness panel discussion with local Montgomery County and metro area leaders. The following questions will be addressed as well as an open dialogue between attendees and the panel speakers:

-- What plans does Montgomery County have in place in preparation for a hurricane Sandy or derecho type of event?

-- What resources are currently available to community residents to best prepare themselves and their loved ones?

-- What items should I have stocked in my home to prepare for a weather-related or human-caused disaster?

-- What role does the county, state and/or federal government play in preparation and response to natural and man-made disasters?

Invited panel speakers include:

-- Phil Andrews, MC Council Member

-- Jim Resnick, MC Battalion Chief, Fire Rescue Service

-- Steward Beckham, Federal Emergency Management Agency

-- Jason Holstine, Owner, Amicus Green Building Center

-- Chris Voss, MC Office of Homeland Security

RSVP to Sharon D'Emidio at [masked] if you plan to attend this important and informative event!!

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