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Kansas agency hosting preparedness webinars

Published on -9/13/2013, 8:13 AM

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TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) -- Kansas residents are being offered two online training courses to prepare themselves and their pets for emergencies.

The 30-minute webinars are hosted by the Kansas Division of Emergency Management.

The first is scheduled for Sept. 17 and will focus on preparing family pets for emergencies. The presenter will be Midge Grinstead, state director of the Humane Society of the United States.

The second event will be held twice on Sept. 24 and will discuss proper foods for putting in a family emergency kit and storage techniques. Renee Aldrich of the American Red Cross will lead the discussion.

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