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September is Emergency Preparedness Month. The Kansas Adjutant General's office says now is the time to plan what you and your family will do if disaster strikes.
Spokesperson Sharon Watson said you should have emergency kits containing food, water, batteries, a radio and other supplies to last a minimum of three days. You should have one kit for home and another for your vehicle.
Governor Brownback will sign a proclimation Friday morning marking September as "Emergency Preparedness Month in Kansas." The Kansas Division of Emergency Management will hold an Emergency Preparedness Day on Monday, Sept. 10 at the Kansas State Fair.