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Saturday, a variety of community agencies are assembling to educate the community on what Boy Scouts have known for decades, how to be prepared. The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, in White Rock, will host its first annual Preparedness Fair under the coordination of church member Stacey Gartz.
“We will have a series of exhibits and classes in the cultural hall of the church offered by our community’s best resources for getting your family prepared now and for the future,” said Gartz.
Organizations ranging from the Local Emergency Planning Committee, the Los Alamos Police Department, University New Mexico-Los Alamos, American Red Cross, Family Strengths Network, Fire Department, Community Health Council, Los Alamos National Bank and Boy Scout Troup 422, will all be on hand to demonstrate their best efforts on what it takes to be ready for any event.
Educational opportunities for the day will include the fingerprinting of children, the assembly of 72-hour kits and how to look at preparedness from a financial standpoint.
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