Winter Weather Preparedness


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It's been nice, but we know what's coming! Just a few tips to keep you safe:
Car supplies include: bag of sand or non-clumping kitty litter, blanket, water and travel bag of clothes. Check antifreeze, car battery, and your tires. Keep gas tank near full to avoid freezing water in your fuel line.
Then there's the "Senior Survival Kit" which should have a four-day supply of prescription medicine and food that doesn't require heating or refrigeration such as canned meats and soups, and one gallon of water per person per day. You'll also need a manual can opener, paper plates and cups, flashlight and batteries, blankets and cold weather clothing, emergency contact friend or family member, and first aid kit. It's also helpful if you have arrangements in place for snow removal and a good pair of boots or grip-ons!
Be sure to keep your cellular phone charged and check it frequently for messages from us! We can get through the winter no matter what it brings!

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