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A fun and informative course that takes you on a tour of the Okefenokee Swamp.
Five two-hour classes and a field trip into The Land of the Trembling Earth allow you to experience the mysteries and wonder of this magnificent wetland. The instructor uses many animal and plant artifacts, display boards, and live animals in his presentation. Participants are encouraged to share pertinent personal experiences with the class.
Become an ‘OKEFENOKEOLOGIST’ – find out more and read on.read more
I’d like to introduce to you, Perry Blackburn, he’s the Administrative Officer & Office Manager at the Ware County EMS. Together with Perry & yourWARELOCAL.com we bring to our community the Weather & Emergency ALERTS website, which features any information we get ahead of time through the official agencies such as NOAA Federal out of Jacksonville.
Perry Blackburn, Ware County EMS, got together with Derek Harrison, serva website design at the time of all the fires back in 2007, because we found that there where a number of ‘speculations, rumors, & exaggerations’ flying around at that time as to what was happening with the fire situation. So with a website ‘straight from the horses mouth’ so to speak, our community would be kept informed with the facts and not hearsay.
So it’s with pleasure to post one of Perry’s articles for our community safety.
Heat Stroke Safety Tips for parents & Caregivers
Kids in hot cars are a deadly combination. Whether intentional or accidental, these deaths are preventable, which makes it all the more tragic. Here are some helpful tips to make sure it doesn’t happen to you.
So please click the ‘read more’ link below for this important informationread more