CEPTA to Host Emergency Preparedness Night Tonight
The Concerned East Penn Taxpayers Association (CEPTA) has invited Emmaus Emergency Management Coordinator Kevin Farnish to speak about how people can be better prepared for an emergency.
There really wasn’t any way we could have avoided the historic late October snowstorm that walloped the Lehigh Valley.
But, truth be told, we all probably could have been a little bit better prepared for the usual weather and the chain of events that followed, most notably the extended power outages experienced throughout the region.
That’s why the Concerned East Penn Taxpayers Association (CEPTA) is hosting an event dubbed “Emergency Preparedness Night,” on Tuesday, Nov. 15 from 7:30 to 9:30 p.m. at Emmaus Fire Company No. 1, at the corner of 6th and Broad streets, Emmaus.
Kevin Farnish, Emmaus emergency management coordinator, will discuss the things people can do to be better prepared in the future for a similar emergency situation.
Farnish’s talk is free and open to the public and audience members will be encouraged to ask questions.
Light refreshments will be available throughout the program.