6/30/2017

As We Gear Up For Our 3rd Quarter of Service....

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It is the eve of Canada Day on July 1 and Independence Day here in the United States.   We will be going dark for the next two weeks to gear up for the new Quarter.   Our Twitter Channel will be updated daily with our Nuzzel and Paper_Li Updates which is a compilation of updates as we look forward to being of service.   

Please note the following guidance courtesy of the Federal Emergency Management Agency:


Stay Safe While Enjoying Fireworks

Attend Public Fireworks Displays
The Fourth of July is approaching, and that means barbeques and fireworks! Many people love seeing the bright colors fly through the night air, but it is important to keep in mind that fireworks are explosives, and only professionals should handle them.

A study by the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) shows that more than 200 people, on average, go to the emergency room every day with fireworks-related injuries in July close to the Independence Day holiday. Follow these tips to prevent injury from fireworks:
  • Attend fireworks displays and leave the lighting to the professionals.
  • Do not try to re-light or pick up fireworks that have not fully ignited.
  • Keep sparklers away from children. They can burn at temperatures about 2,000 degrees - hot enough to melt some metals.


For more information on fireworks safety, check out the CPSC Fireworks page.

Prepare for Severe Summer Weather

Severe Weather
Summer brings warm weather, beach days, and fun in the sun, but you should prepare for possible severe weather. This includes extreme heat, hurricanes, lightning, and wildfires.

Prepare your family for summer weather hazards while at home or traveling with information from the National Weather Service and the Ready Campaign. Learn how to prepare and respond to the hazards most common during the summer by clicking any of the links below:

Find additional floodhurricanetornado, and wildfire preparedness information on the Prepareathon website.

Travel Safely this Summer


Summer Travel Checklist
Are you ready for your summer vacation?

Whether planning a road trip or traveling abroad, stay prepared for emergencies with information from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the Department of State, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), the Ready Campaign, and the Transportation Security Administration (TSA). Please consider the following tips:

To learn more about emergency preparedness, visit www.ready.gov

Happy Canada Day to all Canadians.    We also wanted to take this opportunity to wish all a fabulous Independence Day Week-End and a fabulous July as we leave you all with this Thoughts: 





When I let go of what I am,
I become what I might be.
- Lao Tzu

Follow what you are genuinely passionate about
and let that guide you to your destination.
- Diane Sawyer

Fear is the cheapest room in the house.
I would like to see you living
In better conditions.
- Hafiz
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