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January 4, 2018



Over the past few years, Barron County has experienced several emergencies and disasters ranging from tornadoes, wind storms, plane crashes, and hazardous materials leaks. Our history has proven that it's important for our community members to be prepared for these types of incidents. 


On Saturday, January 20th, the Barron County Sheriff's Department (Office of Emergency Services) will be conducting a 90-minute presentation on Community Emergency Preparedness. This event is open to the public and will include topics on disasters that can happen in Barron County, local emergency response resources, and what families can do to be prepared for these events. 


Join us at 5:00pm on Saturday, January 20th at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints     (644 South 6th Street in Barron) for this fun and informative Emergency Preparedness Evening. 


Mike Judy, Emergency Services

Barron County Sheriff's Department



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