5/28/14 – 5:29 A.M.
It’s easy to think you’ll have access to the information you need in an emergency. After all, we live in a world with Google. But sometimes your phone isn’t charged, or the power is out. The Courier reports this year’s Hancock Leadership Class is making sure everyone in the county has access to the information when they need it. The group has put together an emergency guide, and they will be sent to every resident soon.
The guide will have numbers for medical emergencies, severe weather, natural disasters, utility outages, and shelters. There is also a page for non-emergency numbers.
Hancock Leadership raised $25,000 to make sure there was enough money to distribute the guide to every resident in the county.
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