hurricane preparedness

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Facing the most dangerous hurricane on record, NC Governor Roy Cooper has declared a state of emergency for North Carolina.  While the exact path is uncertain, meteorologists predict Irma will move into the Carolinas between Sept 12-15.  It will likely hit with a strong wind field and heavy rainfall, which could have devastating effects.  AARP North Carolina advises its members to heed these five items to act on as soon as possible:
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We in Florida are certainly no strangers to hurricanes. To help, we’ve developed this primer for our fellow Floridians on who to follow on social media and state web pages you need to know to prepare and react when a hurricane hits your area.
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As the 2014 hurricane season begins on June 1, AARP Florida is urging our nearly 3 million Florida members to prepare for this year’s season.
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Join AARP Connecticut and thousands around the country who are pledging to
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Although it’s been a while since many Floridians have had to deal with a hurricane, it’s always a good idea to be prepared.  And with the 2013 hurricane season starting June 1, AARP Florida is urging our nearly 3 million Florida members to prepare for this year’s season.
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