Helpful Tips For Navigating Winter

Helpful Tips For Navigating Winter

While we don’t typically see a lot of snow here in the south, there are many times when cold and icy weather cause problems for us all. The Farmers’ Almanac has published a list of helpful tips for dealing with, and avoiding, potential winter weather headaches. Some of the best suggestions include the following: Keep extra socks in your car. This can be helpful for […]

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Plan to Stay Safe

Plan to Stay Safe

September is National Preparedness Month, which promotes planning for emergency disasters within your home or in your community. The 2019 theme of the campaign is “Prepared, Not Scared.” With Hurricane Dorian in the news right now, it’s a perfect reminder for us how important it is to have an emergency plan of action. Emergencies don’t have to be hurricane related; being prepared also applies to […]

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Summer Safety

Summer Safety

We are now past the mid-point of summer, but the hot temperatures show no sign of mercy. August is National Heat Stroke Awareness Month, and it’s a great time to review some tips for staying safe in the sweltering, southern heat. It’s especially important right now as school is back in session and athletes are starting football practice, marching band and other activities that require […]

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Spring is in the Air

Spring is in the Air

Daylight Saving Time has arrived and Spring Break has brought warmer temperatures with lots of bright sun. The first official day of spring is Wednesday, March 20. It’s about time to see if that famous groundhog really knows what he’s talking about. After Wednesday, the amount of sunlight we experience will increase ever so slightly each day until the beginning of summer. That alone is […]

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