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It's going to be a rainy weekend, so keep these precautions in mind:
1. Listen to local weather advisories and stay informed about the storms.
2. Build an emergency kit or update an existing one.
3. Plan now for what members of the household will do in an emergency. Include ways to contact one another and two places to meet – one near the home and one outside the neighborhood.
4. Fill your vehicle’s gas tank and get some extra cash.
5. If the neighborhood is prone to flooding, prepare to evacuate quickly if necessary.
As we enter into Breast Cancer Awareness Month, we'd like to thank Robbinsville girl scout Rebekah Renzi for donating 50 hand-sewn neck buddies to comfort chemotherapy patients as part of her “Made for an Angel” project. Great work for a great cause!
On Wednesday, Melissa Peck from the NJ Sharing Networkpresented RWJ Hamilton with the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services' Gold Award recognizing our efforts to increase enrollment in New Jersey's state donor registry and spread the life-saving message of organ and tissue donation. #donatelife
The weather ahead is looking stormy for our area. If you're commuting this week, keep the following in mind:
* Slow down!
* Increase the following distance between you and other cars.
* Avoid breaking sharply.
* Wipers on? Headlights on!
Learn more at: http://exchange.aaa.com/safety/roadway-safety/wet-weather-driving-tips/exchange.aaa.com
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