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Fire Prevention Month 2013

By Chuck Freels Check Your Smoke Detectors! I don’t know about in your home, but every time we use the broiler our smoke detector goes off. We run on over and start to fan the smoke detector to get it to stop screeching. We even start laughing and say ‘Mom’s cooking’ insinuating that she burns […]

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7 Ways YOU Can be Disaster Prepared

By Brandi Freels Are You Prepared? Since the 911 C.A.S.P.E.R. Systems are here to help you Before, During and After and emergency situation, what can you do to help yourself be prepared?  “Time and again, America faces crises that test our readiness and challenge our resolve — from natural disasters like hurricanes, tornadoes, and floods […]

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Before, During and After . . . A Disaster Hits

By Chuck Freels See How it Can Work For You . . . . On my last post we discussed what does 911 mean to you. This post I would like to discuss what 911 and 911 C.A.S.P.E.R. Systems have in common and what it will mean to you and your Community.  Even with how […]

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Would You be ready? 4 Steps to show you how.

By Judie Protesto Freels Are You Ready? 911 C.A.SP.E.R. Systems encourages everyone to be proactive with Safety.  September is National Preparedness Month. So here is a question everyone should be able to answer Yes to.  Would you be ready when an emergency or disaster hit your Community? According to The Business Journals, ‘National Survey Shows […]

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The Bottom Line

By Judie Protesto Freels What’s Yours? When it comes down to it ~ Who more can you count on during emergency situations than the Community you are a part of?  But few people realize that it is truly a shared responsibility.  During trying times you should be able to rely on your neighbors and your […]

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